Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
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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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Fair today THE and WEATHER f m.frow. Hioh tvday Winter Haven Daily' N ews-Ch Ie f Citrwt The, Capital City Of: Of 100 The Lakes World:

In the 70'i. Low tonight in Hit 50' "You Always Read It Firit;

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r r 'sr Goldwater Accuses Johnson


r r Of Laxity In Jenkins Case


Yank Sale President To


tti.4, '', Spend 2- Days

To Be Nixed '- 'C

In Florida
CHICAGO (Cl'PIl Baseball f

Commissioner Ford Frick will
I id."I Preen 1"1,
prohibit tale or the New York nnli i .1 I
Yankees lo Columbia Broadcasting d narn! \I. Goiitw.1! i i I.i I.]
i, I sn,i anal k dlierth ii, ,. l'I'" '.
system within the next
1 rb' ," Johnson rata! InMH( I Ii II:
week or 10 days, Informed
w i appeared to .
act tin ii" 3
sources believed today, I 1,0,y i l IdS final days ot ,ainpai, .

Frlck, it .ss understood II"' i''>r the White HousrHI .

hat been advised to art by h Kfipubltcan! pr'M'iuifalon '!

.. the antitrust division of the I on'!'ince. in a speech pri iuulH '

Justice Department, which h ''''1 delivery on a wlitstli,-itapIII !

CITATION FOR A FOUNDER-Mr,. John Calvin, widow of John Calvin, first chairman hat been investigating the ("' in Southern Callfoi( ma, ar.

of the Polk Junior Colic.9* Advisory Committee, receives a copy of a resolution alp. used Johnson of "lax Sf!. urlt, '

commemorating him from the present chairman of the committee, Allen T Cole, while Should he I.UIo declare the1I1f .measures In the Walter J nku's

looks (Other ) null and void, It was be- ate.
the college president Dr. Fred Lenfestey, on photos on page six l Dosed the antitrust dh felon II* laid the Jenkins 'ISO It

not l the only one of Its b1.,
would rule that it tan not beron.umm.tC'd.
adding: "On hundred art iiii!"
Junior College Has \ persons In the State n"pai*.
Lake Alfred To The sale In which ( IN ob- men alone have been Risen

tamed KU per rent of the stock "5 emergency clearance to deal
of the Yankee, was revtalrd
with secret matters with ut

First ConvocationPolk last August, to be find on waltlnt for a full field! Imostl.fatlon. .

Add PolicemenLake Nov. 2.Final, Under the lilt ..pubU.r.n .

administration .
------- this enter.gencv

Alfred will add three Junior College's first County Superintendent Shelley clearance technique *':as
held Boone gave a brief history of the used only five limes"
formal convocation was
officers to the police force as
college from the time the first TributeBegins Goldwater also called for ..pepotnlm.nt
the result of complaints that the yesterday at the main hanger at
Interest shown the of a bipartisan <'')In.
was by
the Bartow Air Base the only peo.
city lacks police protection -
proper '
building at the base big enough pie to Polk County 15 years ago million to publish an f W in.

The over decision the 24-hour to Increase period.the to seat the more than 000 full- to th opening Sept. 8. AUXILIARY AIDS HOSPITAL DRIVE-Mri. James B. Miller Jr, president 01 the instigation report on Jenkinsand

force from four to seven was time students. Dr Fred Lenfeslc-y. prt-si Today Winter Haven Hospital Auxiliary, presents Tom B. Swa,,". chairman of the Building Fund former Senate aid Kobort
The of the Campaign with a check for $2,000 the first itt G. (Bobby) Baker As ho text
made by the city commission- highlight convoca- dent was master at ccrrmon u iliry'i payment on 100,000 pledge .
of the
Lion was a presentation made to as lie was scheduled to give The tint payment, and additional ones making up the pledge, come from auxiliary, project nalor't po..i.I ias

ers.There have been a number of the widow of John Calvin of Win. an addree but because the For HooverNEW *. Member will contribute ai Individual during the Community Gifts Division drive 'being Director distributed to ne" s"i I'_i irw
J. (too
Edgar '::
thefts during the past year, ter Haven, first chairman of the convocation lasted longer than later disclosed that! his agent's u i.

attributed In part to the lack of junior college advisory committee was expected he said he eatliatlon had turned up nn i .

adequate police coverage. and one of the main forces would give his speech laterThe YORK (L'PH--Herbert formation that Jenkins h, ii '
The commission last night obtaining the college. Clark Hoover Ml his adoptedcity Nikita Seen
Invocation was given U.S. Officer i ompromlaod national aei'urnCifliftwster's .
Calvin school trustee Army
budget totaling was a .
adopted a city canvassed Chairman of the county school by the Rev August Bernthal. today and returned to the press aecretai'
and the '
$217,997.50 pester of he( Grace lothoran Capitol for final homage from Paul Wagner told reports tl,'
board and a member of the Interim
Tuesday election. Kenneth Mc- .. Church atl' Wittier Havm ..n,1PI'f'.w..nt the people. enator1 speech wiwiri star!
advisory 111. **** **-
Cutcheon was elected commissioner. As UV ands) wstrtwd In .1 l Twice In Car
According to the resolution of (tie. Florida %-fHa with Mm revisions. Wagner
Commissioners. also read by Allen T Cole of Lake. Conference! of the Lufiir lent th* coffin bearing !toont"1 Held In Cambodia Raid.,' the administration's a'. u.
body was taken from St rite measures "obvlouih' n''uis :
for 50 new land new chairman ot the) ad. an Church Anna Dell Nt'ftl'
plans mercury Bartholomew' Church on Park ." He aid that (,olds< it- >
street lights $2,000 for vlsory committee, Calvin ac. was' the OIRSfllltMcDonald's Since OusterMOSCOW
vapor ;
Avenue and driven to IVnnaylvams and his aide had not Seen mo
a new police cruiser; $1,500for cepted the job of helping to get -- the toWuhlftlton. SAlOON, South Viet Nam on the banks of the So Ha Rlv Hoover statement which
Station trip was
playground equipment and the junior college going In spiteof (UPI) Nlklli/ 8. (DPI 1-A US Army officer rr !border 1 between South V i let made public In Washington

$600 for maintenance of the "deteriorating health and Is Khrushrhi has was captured and dragged Into Nam and CambodiaThe Johnson and his
against the advice of his doc. Crow* three and four deep beep seen In running
Lions Park Youth Center; $1- tor Stood! tathiod barricade an the his chauffeur driven UmousiM neighboring" rambwdia( today spokesmen ssld) reinforcements male, Sen Hubert M, slum
200 to furnish water for landscaping In MOS during a battle between South for the Communist |uerrUa '
look tin off from
Mrs Calvin accepted the coffin |left the church. scrompa M streets twice aloe phr), ami
medians in the resolution .
city; Ms ouster, witnesses said Vietnamese troop and CemmunUt ) > crossed the river In right pelgnlng today to attend flat
"For nled honor guard
husband our bjr a military
$6,000 to pay off a loan on a my today t VIM Cong guerrillas, a sain pi m from the fort and en- funeral ceremonies al the C Ipt.
children, our grandchildren: and Rotary TopicVernon Several) thousand more were
city fire truck; $540 to the our great.grandchildren. watching ai the cortege arrivedat The reports thawed that U I. military spokesman ..!kl. steeled the beat carrying the tol In Washington fonnoi

Junior Woman's Club. The faculty members, school the Mellon Khrushchev's personal rtarwremain The ipokenman rhsrgd that, U.. Army officer! and the Viet- President Herbert Hoover

from Some the of the carryover due funds to administration, and other dlgnl. Vineyard head of the The coffin .*ai plated aboard unrha..*d despite! Ms the . past are
year rail from political power at the help of covering mortar ami hit native! Southland Saturdaj)
tarles formed Florida
procession to the McDonald
the Hamburgers I special, funeral ear and an
fact )
that for months the seMleri said the
least for tilt srewwit. tovMsource machine gun fire from a Cam, and next week In an effort) 'It<
convocation In outlined .
and the msmbMr. of Rotary
caps gowns.The honor guard took poiltlftn two
City Water and Street offlrer and two
Dept other sol-
this week Ilk! several doubtful stales' Ma
25 member Polk Junior yesterday neon tile dtllllted r* hodlan fort Ik It was not swing
has been without an acutal superintendent IoIIndinc around It Memhm of the family tiles on the boat fought until
College Choir and port he was under hoar ar. known whether the officer'sraptors way,
under the dlrec. growth of this highly sue.
and other
James lIenson.assl.tant. dignitaries their
rest ammunition" ran out and The President (file* to Mom.
Hon Viet Omg Cam
of Kenneth Kitchen noel food were or
opened restaurant
former Vice Presidentand
having filled In when then lurmtderedThe ,
The witnesses said Khru. wldieri phiTeen Saturday fui an
and closed ceremonies lead. chain bodlan "
the post became vacant through tog the audience In two verses, The Idea was formulated by Mn Richard M Nixon. sh>'hen was spotted In Ms Mack "We can't lell) the difference Vietnamese soldiers said address and will make a brief
dismissal of the superintendentand of rode In accompanying cars Chalks limousine near Moscow ) the they saw the four men being airport appearance> at ( hat
"America" to conclude the Ray Kroc of IlUnola, a friend between the Viet Cong ami
a successor who was also program of the Vineyard family McDon.ald' The train left promptly at University on one orcaaton and Cambodian brrsus they wear dragged into the enemy sampan laneofa on! ills way to Haiti.
fired. 9.30 a m EDT for the nation'scapital In another part of the city on and taken back to amboilla, wore
Is not a mythical: name; the same riot""" .. he said {
where the black-draped another. He was riding In the Johnson will be followed in',>
there two brothers
were Mack The Incident oceurred U
catafalque built for the funeralof front seat with tile eIIlltffHr..a by a Republic
and Dick who in IMS built Memphis
miles of during
went Saigon
Abraham Lincoln and used "truth ." of four ontrresa.
Shriners ArriveFor and operated the first McDonaldunit was Ms custom Womenbe.lived attack by 125 !South Vietnamese Tomorrow Is .
twice within the pail 11 month- to be member of his fam. men. The oturessmen will view
In SM Calif
Bernardino soldiers V>t Cong
on a
I was to be placed In the centerof lly-were In the bark. position .Inhnson's spires on tele lit!, t
Kroc was selling paper cup Navy Day
and milk shake multlrelxers and the Capitol Rotunda. Another witness reported_ and then trial put II, ., "n n It 3

one day visited the McDonald Hoover who rose from th* log Khrushrhev strolling Thur. \N\MA <'ITY 'I l I'h, fh,- af'erwirdMi'

Ceremonial restaurant He was Impressed humblest beginalngi lo become day evening near Moscow Unl. Ike In HospitalFor Nat. 'M'' ,n,. rtrhn 1 ,, ]I..h/'I,/ Pre.11"ti I nut ,'rataI' <
Ute list president of the United verslty. H* sand Khrushchev, In Snllh' < ",'iu' 'a and> Monday! wf:!)
with the new ideas and the way -at'I r"> tIn/ M'"in it .i
Staten a dark via mw ." ',-a III t'i a I'atjr Mlai;.1
The first of some l,000Shrln- and continues tomorrow afternoon they dispensed hamburgers, Tuesday at tilt age overcoat Wilt "I"I II i ll, I I" ,I. e'n'' I

ere from 18 cities throughout french fries and drink.. He of eoW. smiling Treatment dlY' ::xlctjrst N.II:/ '- Day; ';nlinuc central and south central Florida For the public, the big events struck up a bargain based on body had been at St Bar Authoritative Soviet sources

began arriving early this are tomorrow. one-half of one per cent for all thoiomew'i where _it was said Khrushchev quit' his poets !

afternoon for the first Egypt The huge Shrine parade featuring future sales, which allowed him viewed by thouisndi of mourn """."'x tut work 1 net was WAoIII\loI"\) | d'l'li: For I

Tempi Shrine Ceremonial to be dozers of Egypt Temple to use the lane, ate. distinctive ors for two days At I'45 a m, the mat surprised mn lw the mar I',' l'1-nt' l 1..llht l f) F.sen-:

held In Winter Haven In 15 years. units motorized, mounted, style of building a4 their tech today it wu carried from the Kremlin when hI'' resignation hewer I'i ,inHrii'ilnl' Irrniitu-nl

The Ceremonial, which will marching, musical and comic- nique. for a complete franchise (Continued On Page C, Col. 4)) (Continued On Page I, Co!. I) at Wslter Hrrl' Army M. heal .
honor Frank Thompson, of will be held tomorrow afternoon throughout tilt nathM."McDonald's Center or. moderately 'r

Lakeland, one of Florida's out- al 12:30: o'clock. growth was so vere' I.'Ur of Urysjgi1RiMnhowrr ,

standing Masons begins tonight The line of march la from fantastic from then on that in "waa S-IM,r 'IJ.l I to

North Gate Shopping Center, 1961 ail rights of the McDonald Touchdown Club Off the ho,piial rhurf' ., ttftcrbrmi

where the parade will form, brother were purchased for the driven in W' I i "H'"n'
Democrats Plan south on Sixth St. to Central sum of ",*, OO after taxes", .
,, I' t f.
from hl.f.rtly I" '. M.Hr
Av*., then east to Third St.. said Vineyard
I I. eiprrlH to III' tn
Motorcade To sad north on Third to the disbanding The first outlet Mstt by Kroc For Two Grid Games
Walter Reed l'ir ""'n > ten
point near Nora Mayo under the name eg McDonalds

Hear JohnsonA Hall. System, lac was evened in Des diy
Pollc Chief Munaey Smith Plataes, Ill ,bU$..Aldlepr... ThIS afternoon/ members of Bel'-r. 1111' KKM.( th, r.. w jfJ l 11 (fen I leonard t) tI..n'

motorcade of Polk County today announced that parking eM Out there are over 100 the Orange Blt Touchdown be I tMiffct al the Racquet Army tursron gram l I I i'ie 1 r

Democrats will go to Orlando would be prohfttted on Central 'would be Ucaes waiting for a Club boarded thru" special Atlantic ( tub After the game the lotllm..n 74 year old former i'tdrnr rr f IIJP .
Monday morning to bear Press.dent (. "..oehi with dtffli Av. between Sixth and Third Kroc assigned tecattan. Coasllinr train. which will hoard their' train andH
Lyndon B .inf"j' pro.t i n .live.
St and on TMrdft. from Central for lb. s very p
Jr "Ineludlx psysisssi left from the old nation siteIs will (Irsve for Wsahtnglen. re'
Stuart H. Caudlll ckalr. .
h .i I
rough Otlwr. r >
to C rental
north Ave. storting francMse, ssjaltimsl, sign, i t
downtown Have
of the Democratic '
county ,
Man 10:30 mi capital DCThe > niiiu.n I *ti.isctsry
am. deposit, werUag e
Executive Committee, U an. There were over 100 on the ant afternoon they
be TO-
No par king slgM plaCed a UNuM seed M least
r.uncln plans for tilt motorcade on meter along this route at 000 to sell Ms JUst hamMtrger triM s* H moved out for the SM the Redskin. play the CM- Beaten aul the UhM wa + '

issued an Invitation to all that time .the chief said, andhe' for 15 cents in isaHUou die 1_ yearly pilgrimage to let chosen rags Beers Neither of these diagnosed *. .stwte t I' bet

interested persons to Join It. asked the pub 1c's cooperation MIl bulldbig r ffeB4aolnvet- gsme.sites This year theISM teems has shown much UN ferHKhllll) miKlrrStSty I' > reHe ., '
'_ audlll asked that those plan. th order will Ute of the year so it hid wet la he shot .. fly
In observing temporary men of from,.to, I/JfJ op depending see game iM that ** ** > >arm
dig to make the trip be on .head V coded to see vfclrh will
upon tile location"sW | e.yard week between Florida and erature wa normal .e
at the Lakeland Civic CenterparUig PoUUag out that the Shrine Alabama at Tuscaloosa tomorrow ..t'tJIlt of the cellar posHion is,* Rinenhower 4U) I ic
lot at 7:15 a.m. is order Intricate ntaneuvers The special arrives bock .Ml ,
units car, Since the beginning In IMS ancrsjooviLest company her husband thrhessMI. -
tat!! the cars may be organized the require s lot of lurching there are BOW .M McOcauUd veer these two team Winter. .Maws. .before how on .. hut officials M I .h. .

1I i decorated of prior 7:45 to th* departure room elude( the parade. writs oMrstaac, .with two being met on the same field usjdvrthe .....,. pissed. to loin .... lh for
John Is Chief Smith said net It wesshsotslitj opened eeeh weed U lf4J the same wt of cirmmsiance This mark the 13th trip for JOT President was .....n'd, t thespetMl Yt
resident ached. !
eeeenttel dIM the three gross sales ansantsd to |1M and Piers tins ............ H .he U**- SUM -"Tved fur ,llgni) t(
tlea: to speak at the Colonial block of Central set three attains, making thas chats the Homecoming
all the
Center ds debited Alabama, Tinsyear etted ever arks'
Ilea Shapptag 9:30: and. CaudUl hi said Or. btoeh of Third St.. which are thart Urgest Ned sense is tilt ftorids ha msehNreegrr the .....,. ******rd I as hera.w of hi tdlll'.' >'.)..>.. rz
lai Jo at clear tor thepereder How. I
arrow, eoustry n asess) tap. by MIl .> > .
be tor tbttoI" rated the far north as nUasstohts. hover ws nn >\\r to n iid fuHwrsl
it wll. ncary no. less to
ard losami's MIl AJU M TJos
> .
into the Delta ciuntry ef New cerem'm. tn Nr,. York .
all to leave OB schedule tocr
Puking will be allowed OB able new eperat.lit 47 of ftesteles g0 top-ten to the nation Md us> '
Jer to arrive on time OrWtMM sad Bales R4NHNOAetals f ity Thur di) aria less at
Stall. St., which is wider, and there fees never beena snmnthtog happens
of th Hob whack. Herbert l Hllonr(
A spokesman for Prtslliss ident --
the TMrd St. htock between fUw should repeat its ddest
Jot,,. has told CaudUl feetfee hat membership of nearly Mr slat, hi i in. canal tam 'kl,,,d. left .
son A... C and O, to from of .* A few years asje a sehcoi was Spats writers nay that with s SPEAKS TO OPTIMISTS Don Sir prei)
Iota County aslotatlsn wffl ho oM post wale ........ MIdI opened hi Elk tire Bl, .where Is* years. defeat sod Alsb*. lea las are CuflMe Cfttthl.prislssHt pangs i tpprnrtr hr pijnsjedhi. dent of he Winter Haven Optimist r ,b introducer Bob

recognized and thai the Pied isslsowtdeBetor the staMeM llamas the ushetisusof ma sgaio playing t* s HomeomMg and CheelSffMd weekend. on behalf of the Ho..11 of the Howell Glass Blow' erg attraction on the

4e..s will probably. mingle brteCwl'v .the parade there win selling, and of epsratiac a crowd that there. .maybe Smith. tire prrsldewt .bath ftfBarto (/(,P ticket Mrtad been irked Cypress Gardens Road who spoke t.. !I". group at their
.t.. r': lo peak, ,m Oklahoma (1'i i iThurMtay
group be street slants try various McDonald hastaesi There U s aM Bill RyaersoB.
as upset The. Polk grid meefina Wednesday at the Park Rtlt.ra/lt. Howell de
> l to be Presb And Wichita, "
iU np < entertain via technical Wtntrric lIah' in
to branch Is
!Shrine units that wintry treasurer
foot of the o-eationt mad from
i dr art sprrtiii to see cubed tome more intricate
(ien.al I I visit to FlorWaprior K n t w: crab e.ecuo' NO 3 I ( oaonlM'4 On l'4gc &. ( cti tj iConUaueJ I M V.,r <, Cat t) hall >l Hi fte...t I oiiiMMKi i/o fage I, t.L J, IHI", flatt and alt* told of hn e penencei at the Wofld'i Fair.


Brigham PTA Hears Talk Facts About Your Hospital Conservative -

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On Juvenile ProblemsJudge ) "; ;: : :: ,
'. It : y 7S Party Heads
: ,": : 1. : SI 4

Bowdon Hunt, Polk meeting held Tuesday at 7:30 : ,
Count Juvenile Judg Ray Mat- '
.. '1>.''< For
lox stale Representative; and p.m.A -)1<,011'"f' \;
Munsei smith, Chief of Winter discussion on juvenile
Haven police were special problem was held with the Rev
'. I uDOIt'PI: ( > ( --'i'hl.
CuesN at the Brigham PTA Jame. Barnett, moderator, I I.t I.;
pointing out that "Parents too a ( on-<'i\-iti\r( part> tod.nundrntoini
often wait until there Is a : the shakroui!
problem to cur before doing i tisualh ('nnw11th die 1,
Costello Picks anything about It, when they defeat The first apparent
should be more concerned with A1 tim was i.irmor Foreign, ",
preventing the problem in the ''ep7 tan R A iRab I ) Bullor
first place." Sgrit
Name For 1 After 13 years in pow n l ">,
Ridge On of the questions discussed \ Conservatives were narr ,,
was "What ar* the merits of / beaten In the parliamr-i, ,
publishing names of juvenile a election a week ago by tin I i
Scout offenders In local papers?" 'A bor patty under Harold Mill .
CampThe Mattox said, "People seemedto now the prime minister
be evenly divided on the question s N e e I s :
Cult Boy Scout ," but he thought it helpedto } Thursday night the (Com i
Council's C13 Ridge. reservationnear cut down on juvenile de. ,,... .s live Central Office annour.. .
Lako Wales acre will be called linquency. -i' that Butler had been roll, ,,

Flaming Arrow, a name submit. Judge Hunt, disagreeing, felt as deputy party chairman
ted by Winter Haven's best that the publication of names M. ., .IMeI Sir Michael Fraser. 49 Th)<
known scout leader, Thomas E. would not accomplish any pur 1 1 I Ir Includes control of the ; I .
Costello.He pose. However, he said, "the -- research department II ,Ii ,
was one of a large number decision was actually left up to Butler has headed since* ;I.a.
who submitted suggestionsfor the "
It was the unkindest ru '
naming the vast tract
being develop as a camping site Chief Smith stated, "t 1 night :::=- == /t a for Butler. 61, who was I 1,1 ,
Flaming Arrow was once the help to wake-up parentt if the --=. the favorite contends I: ,
name of a scout camp near Win. juvenile offenders' names were -- prime minister, but lot "mr... ,
ter Haven put Into print." CLERICAL STAFF CONSISTS OF 40 PEOPLE )Harold Macmillan in I9'7, Jr
Council officials announcedthe Mrs. James Yount, presidentof Operating Posting Machines, MI'-. Mai Jones left and Mrs. Sir Alec Douglas-Home \ ,,'
choice at last night's "Duf. the League of Women Voters, Hazel Culpepper ago
falo Dinner" at which summer called attention to certain -- -_ .... Despite defeat at the i';' ,p'
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camping plans for 1065 were amendments to the Stat.Con.tI. Bill Atkinson, designer or mgn, gathered PICK VOKB. tip former Prime Minister fin ,
announced to scout leaders. tution concerning schools to be MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY KEEPS PATIENTS' CHARTS AND RECORDS Glen of Michigan togs, sends off the deep hem of this ver- las-Home has made It CIM!" ;.
The new camp, eight miles voted upon Nov. 3, Staff, from left, Misses Betty Johnson and Cassia Davis, Mrs. Nellie Morrison, Mrs corduroy to the prom In a long satlle night-Into-day model means to maintain lead -1 I",
Evelyn Davidson.Medical hooded evening whose and, It converts to a ;'
wrap presto
east There discussion
of Lake Wales and just off was a on of the Conservative pariWe've '
Hwy CO, will open next July, what stand the Brigham PTA .swirling fullness falls from a street-length coat, -
and will accommodate about 200 would take on the action plat
scouts a week At present,thereis form to be voted on at the State Records, Office Staff'Essential slashed the high cost of spooking
one camping: area with 10 PTA convention next month.It I
separate sites for Individual was announced that a committee Most patients generally associate tain the Hospital vital statistics records I
troops under construction.The had been appointed to
Flaming Arrow campsitewas study this platform further. women employed In a hospital with the and prepare the many statistical reports -

donated to the council by the Jame. Conner,, president, nursing profession However, many of required by medical and hospital 0 MONSTER VALUES
Atlantic Coastline Rallroad.The said that the membership drive
the Ladies in White at the Winter Haven governingagencies..
development of the camp was financed had netted 1,117 members this
by a 1962 fund raising year, which Is an Increase over Hospital fill positions in other In addition to Medical Records, theHospital's
campaign last year. j fields. One such area is the Iedicaltccol'd. 40 member I
Bill Plckhaver. carnival clerical staff extends for HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREATING
i -
Library Here the complete!
chairman, announced that the into various other departments.In .
sn annual Halloween Carnival will medical chart for each patient's hospital the Business Office there are admitting
Challis Marshall be on Saturday Oct. 31 from 1 J stay is reviewed, coded and filed clerks insurance
to 8 with a turkey dinner posting
fee ell your : I t served: from S to 7:30 away for future reference. billing clerks, cashiers! and the Hos.pital' .
sun FARM The meticulous work involved in f.f
AUTOLIFE p.m. Drlghamplayground switchboard operators. Here, 21
L Everyone Is Invited to Join this department is handled staff
by a ,
In the fUn hours a day, are handled the many details fI
& FIRE jf six ; the Medical Record Librarian, of accounting for patient charges, /
'n.urenc' I'NSUIlANCI' medical secretaries and clerical aides.
processing insurance claims "
l 0 monitoring \
Needs Dundee
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II Municipal Court \The Weather--Local, State And NafionajMOSTLY / I Episcopalians Retain Women VotersTo

) Docket 's y4 t"Ote coLu Sf1L Communion PracticesST Observe

) Car owners, violating Ord. James Bryant Jolly Jr., WARM tk CO01l"f ;s' 1''. LOUIS, Mo i ll'l i \ II"it t the House/ of (Deputirconijioaed U.N.Day
SW, forfeited $3(9.78.Gwendolyn speeding, for totted. $18 bond precedent .breaking I"'nl'd of 7MI( clerical\ and

Smith Allen, France Elliott King, speed- r PAK! In open the) AMI"1-1" eiimimi lass ,delegate. sent the reiolu The League of Women Vol.
rni i'h speeding, forfeited $16 bond. leg forfeited $15 bond.
nion all Christians appearedtoday
to I linn the Commotion
70 to joint era Of Polk; Count will observe
"a James Cecil Ard Intoxieation Mattie Lou Larkin, speeding, Rtj c0gL to here Itttlr chance of .
for Kcumemcal: Relation with
United Nations Day with a meeting
tha' forfeited $" bond.Pauline forfeited $16 bond.
passage at the triennial conventta mil .ictiHf on it Saturday evening *,8 o'clockIn
herd White Ard, speeding, Charles Vlven Lawrence,improper -
of tie Prole-tanl' Episcopal Ihc measure presumably the community room' of the
forfeited $15 bond. start, forfeited$10 bond.
Ilr l Church. would Iw further, studied and First Ftetoral Savings ,mat l Loan
Virginia I Bennett Jack Locklear
Wlggs drivers
cc< r(' N Tie lease would he one of the perhaps) revised hy the joint Association, Searstown, I.ake-
speeding, forfeited $HI bond. license, forfeited $50 bond. .. ,
few left MSMMlvtd b\ the 11
Robert Donald Biggs, speeding Phillip Ralph Lombardl failing .fAiR % commtaelon land
'. the forfeited $15 bond. to yield right-of-way, accident A L day conwmtfcm, which end today The Mshops In urging adoption The program will he i dialogue
'owkImh William Charles Boatwright, $15 fine 0 of the change on age-old ..,... tile Rev CaxtonDoifgett,
--; A Hurry of activity Thursday! AnitliOM: practice said the mlnUUr. of the First Methodist
1tMI Improper drivers license,none Bernice Parker Love, Improper F4, /
. La prossed. lane usage, failed to PA* ..s.R. pretfocwl I a "at wirt by Kplrnpl : .. chinch must show Its "solemn Church Of Lakeland', and Pro.
loon Delbert Lee Bolton, Impro- appear nWwp approving mmvtolwrt intentlM to press resolutely to feMor Robert V. Guthrie, South.
per start from parked position, Leo Love Intoxication forfeited d civil protest of "unjuvt ward that unltIn Christ In ern CoUtf
$10 fine $25 bond. ;, SNvW Ii is L o laws," withdraws of a ",11'.1111lion which painful err a nia Van Chef Brogden, James Edward McCaffrey eondoftliig interracial marriage t the heart of the church will hr will Include "Strengths andWMKMMM

need speeding, forfeited $15 bond. speeding forfeited $15 bond. '"J !. SlV W.cJfl /GJ and assertions of Episcopal impossible." of the UN" and
ar''r! Mary Wasden Brooks, speed- Margaret Crosby McKnight, pnaitfens on civil rights The time has come when "MtMOMepUons about t the
I III Ing, not guilty running red light, $10 fine and adherence to trnrntt of Christian churches should roc U. M"
, 'fit Grady Carlthers Intoxlca- Nora Children McLeod MOSTLY FAIR Moet of the nation will be fair with temperature on the cool aide! east of faith. oxmic as a fundamental prln The chairman for this phase
'arn Lion, forfeited $25 bond. speeding forfeited $15 bond. the Rockies except for some warming along t the Gulf Coast and the Northern Maine and Plateau The I'C'Y"4'ft 11 proposal on dpi! thet all (hriatians duly of the prorram Is Mrs. Fredas !
James Allen Casey speedIng Rudolph Walter Majors, states. Some snow flurries and showers are forecast for the Great Lakes region. communion-which would per baptised in the name of the Levy
forfeited $15 bond. speeding, forfeited $15 bond. The meeting! l\ open to the
1941for mil min-Anghteeas to take com Holy Trinity and qualified to
William F. Clemmons, noel Warren Greer Masters Florida Zones winds 8 to 15 mile per hour. Temperatures tnuntan in Episcopal churches receive Holy Communion in public, and a cordial> Imitation
la extended to adults In take
) driven license nolle prossed. reckless driving while drinking Key and allow Anglicans to receive their own churches should be .
a+Ce( Herman Cordle forfeited bond. land, Winter 11.1\11 and the surrounding
Gayllius $50 Panhandle Partly cloudy through Saturday UntledPrees International communion In other churcheH- welcomed an !guests" at the
speeding forfeited $15 bond. Yvonne Marie Miller, no Generally air and mild to- High this afternoon 80, By had previously been approvedby Lord's table in all Chri.tlan areas
+It I to Charles Preston Creel, drivers license, nolle prossed. day and Saturday Cool again low tonight near 70 Northeastw the House of Bishops, one of churches" the bishops said '
and speeding forfeited $15 bond.Walter Mack Monk, no drivers license Low HICh * * *
tonight High today in the 70's, md 10 to 15 mile per hour the two major policy making In light of the action by the
James Crump, failed to Albuquerque II 13 GOLDWATER
tear embezzlement appear. *
low bottle of the church: Houso of Deputies. church
tonight 48 to 52.
Atlanta 43 77
transferred Moore
toFBL Bobby Ray speeding,
winds 10 to 18 mile hour source* sand i l the issue may not TERRITORY *
all, Donald David Curby, reckless $15 fine I ()('.\I, OUTIXHK Birmingham; 39 T7
resolved until the denomlnntion
Jug driving, forfeited $50 bond. Kenneth Marlon Nix, speedIng today, becoming northeasterly Fair through tomorrow. Boston 43 151 "SEE IT" *
he James Henry Davis drivingwhile $15 fine.Haskel 12 to 33 miles per hour Satur WoodcutterDies s next general convention *
High today In the 70's. Low tonight Chicago 43 48 expected to bp at Seattle 124 W, Control Ave
Intoxicated forfeited day.
,hip bond. $100 transferred D. O'Conner to Coun Intoxication North In the 50'.. Variable Cleveland 43 BO At 115 Wash In 1'H7! * * *

_ Haley Vester Day, Improper ty. Fair through Saturday. Mild mostly north and northeast Denver at sa -

muffler, forfeited $10 bond. Inca D. O'Connor, reckless days and root nights High this winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. Detroit 34 82Jackeonvllle SCURRY, Tex (LTD-Tom) I

.9 Charles Oliver Dexter, running driving, $40 fine. afternoon middle 70'., low to
) Marable
DO 16 Reason of Dallas, Mho was, s Oscar O. ( Bugs
red light, $10 fine Fred Gordon Orrick, speed-
night in 40'i. Variable windsS Kansas City 40 lISAnplec professional womlrulter whrnLincoln p
Jlmmle Marlon Drysdale, nodrivers Ing, forfeited $15 bond. Five-Day ForecastFive
. to 12 mi If* per hour.Central Lee 80 '75 was President and war
license, failed to ap- Daniel Edward Palmer, Improper -
Miami 74 76 Mill, at It during the Fleets. Announces
\ exhaust, forfeited $10 day for peninsular
k pear.Edward Fair, allowing Unauthorized bond. Fair through Saturday. Mild Florida for period beginning bower admlnMraltwi wan tn
day and rather cool Miami Reach 74 16 he
night buried here clll.y'II. died.
| person to drive, Betty Ketchum Pearson 7am Saturday and ending
/ nolle prossed. speeding, $15 tine High I this afternoon upper 70'*, Tam Thursday Twin CIties n 43 Wednesday al the age of USHe the Opening of
Bruce low tonight in SO'*. Variable Nw Orleans 44 T7
Reed Flanagan, speedIng Stella Brown Pearson, speedIng Temperatures will average 3
$15 fine $15 11ne.Sanford mostly north and northeast to S degrees below seasonal New York 3tI 158 ass long known around
i Elvin Franks, Jr., speeding L. Peel, intoxica- winds 5 to 12 mile per hour. normals with no major day to Orlando U 77Philedelphla Kemp and Mabank. Tex at Marable Cigarette
forfeited $15 bond. tion, forfeited $25 bond. Southeast day change expected through sa 60 the man who could rut five
Juliette Harvard Fraser, James L, Phillips, Improperlane Fair through Saturday. High! Wednesday Normal high/ ranges Phoenix &e 89 cords of wood a day He wa
running red light, forfeited $10 usage, forfeited $10 bond. this afternoon about 80. low from 79 extreme north to 85 a woodcutter until he wee 10 HI Vending Co.
bond. Robert Lewis Phillips tonight In low 60'* Variable South Florida while low Raleigh 46 75St.
Donald Leon Gay, speeding, speeding, forfeited $15 bond. mostly northeast winds T to 15 from 53 extreme north to vary 70 Louis 33 110 lie came to Texas from Lo-
forfeited $15 bond. Mary Baker Puncher, Improper miles per hour. extreme ,outh Little rainfall Isexpected I Sin Francisco 53 17 v ant|>nrt 1.1"h'n hr wj
Ellen Gaymon, speeding, $15 passing, forfeited $10 South but three
ome light ti)
bond. Fair through Saturday II.uh mi,derate amounts Seattle 41 GO
Judith Agnes Celger, running Thomas Allen Reed, disobey- not 1 amps O 11
stop sign, $10 fine ing red light, forfeited$10 bond. this afternoon 80 low tonight exceeding; on- quarter Inch are Washington 38 CJ: I SHOP IN HINTER II\\KN: PHONE 2W-U01 WINTER HAVEN
middle 60'i. Mostly northeast likely early in the week,
George Wllllim Gibson Joyce Campbell Rupert, violating -
careless driving, $20 fine Ord. 598 forfeited $13.25 ,
George Glersher, disobeyingred bond.
light, $10 fine Patricia Ann Sellars, speed-
Robert Eugene Gray, runningred Ing $15 fine.Frances I
light, $10 bond. Odilla Sheppard,
Islah Hamilton, no drivers speeding, forfeited $15 bond.
s license, failed to appear. Betty Sue Shouppe, speeding,
Robert Lawrence Hardman, $15 fine
+ Improper parking, $2 fine Harold Simmons" speeding, \
I James Earl Harrison, speed- forfeited $15 bond.
ing $15 fine Jess Cullen Simmons, r
Floyd Hewing, no drivers license speeding, forfeited $15 bond.
failed to appear. James Smith, disobeying red
Clarence W, Hill, improper light, $10 fine. L
parking, $2 fine. Betty Jean Smith, speeding, lndscy r ;
Elmer Carl Hill, speeding, forfeited $15 bond.
$15 fine James Lee Stanford, driving
Alton Dean Hobbs, falling to under revocation and displaying

yield right way, accident, Improper tag, sentenced 10
forfleted $15 bond. days and forfeited $10 bond.
John Steven Holloway, speeding Henry Berry Sullivan leaving
$15 Mne the scene of accident and
B. Kathryn Hoyt, disobeying careless driving while drinking,
one-way street, $5 fine $50 fine.
E. Gordon Hubbel, failing to Barbara Sue Thames, speedIng ONE RACK:
field right-of-way, accident, forfeited $15 bond. ONE GROUP A ;.: RTO ONE CROUP (Bo..11..ml

forfeited Katie parking Hicks$15, $2 bond.Hughes fine improper bond.one-way James street Tucker, forfeited disobeying$5 100% Cotton Fabrics I Men's Suits and Sport Coats Ladies' White Uniforms

Harvey Jourdan Jackson,violating Paul Cleveland Varner, 11 IARCO
, one-way street, forfeited speeding, forfeited $15 bond. GUARANTEED SUITS with 2 Pairs of Pants SPORT COATS Mc r A' //N ',7.NT "

$10 Roy bond.Lee Johnson, careless speeding William, forfeited David $15 Wander bond., FAST FOR WA5HING 3 $100 D.rl Colas $00 I. $00

driving forfeited $25 bond. Pauline Wilson Waters, disobeying '4., NOW 40% OFF"'ULA.

forfeited Walter$15 Johnson bond. speeding, bond. stop sign, forfeited $10 NOW NOW. ,' J. Now 'AICIMEN'S

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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Washington THE PITCHMEN Letters To The Editor/ I

W. E. RYNEKSON. tditor-Puklitlwr |T" LEST I Dear Editor: with the ghosts and goblin' ,, ,,

JOHN W IYNHSON, Au.Hant to the Publiihar We all know that one of the make a little child shiver I
basic things the Communist not achlldanymorebuthavci I! ,, .
Publithed. daily Incept( Saturday) ey the Winter HavanPublithinq U their total listening to a ghost stem ,
1 built
c., Inc IJ* Ird Street N.W., Winter Hu.". Herida WindowBy theory disbelief* and rejection on of God. makes chills run up and don- '

CHARLES COSHORN ..."...1 Manager Barry Gcldwater hu stated spine. Would you like tohcu '

JACK BEAHAN Au.c,.I. Edr$., LYLE WILSON w1r r'L the Communism.Democratic party U 10ft ghost Turn story on your? transistor i j "II

United Press International \ Ii \d. on Something that lies In with tune It between 80 and 90 on,., ,,'
PETER J SULLIVAN/ Advartiiin Manager \
On the of elec.
record put
that statement book place this dial at 11 p.m. every Mon! NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE dons the Nov. 3 presidentialvote ,ice Wednesday, and Friday filch!., ,
Shanno a A".i..... I... Ch.ciae.. III.E.r count probably will be summer.I understand that when the You will hear a sweet fen devoice
crooked In spots Your ballot ,' l8
r. d a- Second CI... M.iIM...., Sept. o, ltI4 .t the Put Office be stolen. If have I Itc. platform committees were writ. speaking perfect Fngli-i. I
,,1 W,..., H..,.. Florid, under act .f March 2. Il7f may you 1 lpi the plattorm, there was a say "This is your friendly i-illsh
been voting long it Is likely committee of youoe people appeared speaking Havana, Cuba su.tion .
that your vote has been stolen Then you are prlvllpn, i
11\ before both the RepubUcan
Vie' '. before this and Democratic platform to listen to 15 minutes of pi ,u'<.

> of CIRCULATIONS The National Municipal Review committee and ask that they In. for Lenin Socialism as It exl!M, ,
..'....,. (NMR) some years ago elude a statement that they would in Cuba today.
publicized an Honest Ballot As. work toward an amendment to You will hear how our prK J:
MEMBER soclatlon (HBA) estimate that allow prayer and Bible readingin farmers in the U S, are so oppressed
Active Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL at least 1 million votes were the schools. they are starving Yiu.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Die United P,... !i. ."..tJ.eI u Ih. .... stolen In the 1962 election The public Republican party agreed will hear how the laborers for
ASSOCIATION fir '.....ltliceli." .' all )local news pooh. HBA chief Investigator big Industry are overworks
and did Include this.
cd in thu "_ipaper .< well .. ill UPI
Abrams warned at the
m Ditpatchai. George However the Democratic par. and underpaid. The last few
> wee
time: ty would not. I believe this puts broadcasts have been devoted ti(
ADVERTISING DEADLINE "Election frauds are increas. the Democratic party on the calling Barry Goldwater a Fas.

CLASSIFIED CPARTMENT Ing. Nearly every area In the side opposing Cod If there were diet I have been listening this
Uy the Word I P.M. Previous Day. By ski Inch: I P.M. Previoui Da,. United States big city, small no other Issues Involved, and this Cuban-Tokyo Rose for about lib
lr.al Noticet S PM. Pnvieut D.y Sunday Edition Deadline: Friday.
: town cracker Barrel village Issue alone I could not vote for weeks and shehasn'lcritizedUeJohnsonHumphrey
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT -has some type of election 1 ticket
Sunday Ed.lion. I P.M Thursday Monday Edition-1 P.M. Friday the Democratic party in this yet.
; ;
frauds It be in nation.
may a Tune In this Cuban station
election. an;)
Tuatiay Edition-Noon Saturday. Wednesday, Thuriday and Friday
Ed"o-I F.M. Two Diyi m Advance al election or one Involving If it is all right for Congress get a few goose pimples. Toykc
cal school boards judges or the Supreme -Court and -many Rose, Axis Sally, and Lord Haw.
Mtmbar Southern N........., Publitheri Auociation, highways" other organizations to open their Hair were names that meant little!

Member Florida Preii Auociation Samuel H. Still, an election day with prayer, then I believeour to us in the U. S during World

TELEPHONE CYP'." MHI Investigator for Congress, said children, the leaders of tomorrow War n, but you are listening now
In a 1956 report on election should also have that to the same thing 90 miles frog

scandals that: privilege and training. Florida.

A For Today"And "Approximately SO public fig. I believe we should glorify After careful thought, I will
ures who occupy high state and Cod in rj that w* jk> and say have to cast my vote for the
municipal offices today would and that Includes so ool man that the Communists are
not have won them had the E. Cochran fighting with every weapon at
(so that you may know) what is the exceeding elections been carried out according their command Barry M. Gold.

(immeasurable and unlimited) greatness of to law" Dear Editor: water.

Hit power to us-ward who believe according to (demonstrated Abrams Roosevelt and Win HBA Questioned fingered Halloween Is almost upon us, A Night Owl

) the working of Ills mighty power, which the 1928 election of Franklin D.

he wrought in Christ when lie raised Him from the New Roosevelt York to citing be governor"the famous of ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

dead and set Him at His own right hand in the long count" FDR beat Republican .

heavenly (places)." Eph. 11920. Albert Ottlnger. TelevisionIn WDIOTVChonnel WPLA-TV WPTV-TV WTYTTVChonoelll
"Democratic boss Ed Flynn's Channel I Channel *
"In the heavenlies" suggests a sphere aLove the
said "sat AIC CIS
cronies Abrams, CIS NIC
earth, where God's throne i Is, and where our Lord sits quietly In the Bronx counting Project AlertBy Orlando Tempe Orlendo Tempe

on the mediatorial throne. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett ballots at snail's pace until 2 ---

a.m., when the traditionally Re. ReviewBy Friday NIGHT Oct. 23

publican upstate returns MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Ret. _

showed Ottlnger's exact mar. 4:00-Nawi New, Sporti, AIC N... Pull. Newt
RICK Dl) BROW .: IJ-Sporti. W)her Weather Newt, Weather Sporti, W lhu
News Chief EditorialsThe the (Bronx) boys United Frees International lo.-cIS N... NIC N... The Ii, Movie CIS Newt
knew how many votes were MS: -CIS New NIC News "On The CIS NawiWatartVont"
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) There a miner from California who
needed went to work. Re. ;
they ire many ways to approach the (1874-1964) hired Mr. Hoover In his youth, 7:00-L.eI--of loi OfCca; ; The Rifloman
Governor's Race publican ballot. (in the Bronx) subject of man and woman. as a braker-boy at his gold 7:1 5- Wyatt Earp "Go For Milan Irando The Rifloman
were thrown out under any pre. 7)0: -Rawhido Sroka" E. Marie Saint Rawhide
Thus, the romantic: "I Wanna .mine. He showed me a letter
The Daily News-Chief endorses JIaydon Burns! text Lead concealed under the (Hold Your MancT-the nestles, "In Cod I have put my trust: from Mr. Hoover recalling the 7:4S: -Rawhida _Van .Johnson _The Siq Movia Rawhide400Rwhid.

Democrat for the office of governor of the State of finger trick (Ito nail Invalidate and every Republican other Thus the not no romantic! I will not be afraid what man event. Mr. Hoover later on became : W. Anderson The li. Movie Rawhlda(
"Women do not like timid men. can do unto me.Psalms.. a mining engineer for a IIS: -Rawhida lax Office Tha lit Marie RowhldaAddami
Florida in the forthcoming flection. After careful ballots) were used Mr. Roose.
Cats do not like prudent rats"- 56:11. British firm in China In 1947- 1lo-Th. lob Hope Family The
consideration we feel that, because of his experiencein velt woke up governor with a ILL Mencken.In 49 he headed a Commission to MS: Entertainers Thaatro Addami Family Entee.. ears
statewide lie ..
26,000 plurality. We have lost our 31st Pres -
plan the reorganization of the
big municipal operation and in practical political had a whopping 95,000 vole Wednesday nlght'j episode (ident Herbert Clark Hoover.It executive branch of *::00-Tho lob Hope Valantino'l Diy The
our -
activity Burns will make the state a good margin In the Bronx. of CBS-TV Dick Van Dyke will not be easy for future government ':15Ent.h; ThaatraJO Valantino'l Diy Entartainari
governor. some of his plans were
NMR recalled that In 1950 show the star was offered a ': -Somar Pylo Jack I."", 12 O'Clock Gems Pyle5:45USMC
We don't know how other people feel about the Harry F. Kelly was believed to Job in humor consultant lo a name.generations lie left lo his ever icarkuponthe forget his adopted.In : Jack levy High USMC

tactics started by his opposition, but to us this methodof have defeated Democrat G. magazine obviously inspired by United States and for all Europeto retrospect would fair I 10:00:; -Tho It.t.--; ; Jack Paar 12 O'Clock The Raportar

campaigning is below the dignity of the men seeking Mennen (Soapy) Williams in "Playboy One of his chores long remember. A great minded American men and IOIS-Tho It.,.$., Jack Pen High Tho RaportarFarmor'i
Michigan for governor by 4,000 was to look at 13 beauties In humanitarian, philanthropistand women be inclined to believe 10:30: -Tho Roportor Jack Pus The Raportar
such an office. We da not condone Burns' .retalia votes out of about 1.8 million .calcn 'r photocvaipetuion( and statesman, often called this great phllantrophlst humanitarian 10:45: -Tho Roportor Jack Par Daughter The Raportar

tory methods or attitude during this heated calT'JJ.\' lfn. cast A recount gave the. else .eliminate the-.one. he doesn'l "The grand old man of the Grand statesman, and world I 11.00: -Nowi -New--., Spt-,-Wtr-Nawilino- N...., Sparti

As said before we have had more than enough of these lion to Williams by a margin Ilke! ,-''! don't hink she's here. ," Old Party." renowned gentleman, Herbert I hIS-Sporti. W'thar Olympic ItM E'lorial. W'thar Wthar, E'torial |
of 1,154 votl'.. NMR comment AM Van Dyke, and hi.- expert Hoover, In order to be electedto ((1:10: -Thaalro ol foniaht Show Shock Theatre Shock Thaatra
present tactics and fed that they demean the of;i.-e ed like this: line delivery made the sequence Many people held Mr. Hoover the highest office of our land, :45tho Stan Tonight Show Shock Thaatro Shock Theatre

and the candidates Study Reveals Misuse"A more funny than sexy. The responsible for the great depression would ever stoop to cheap political

comprehensive, non.artl. moral li that U ain't"hat you of 1929. History will chicanery and permit his Satu-rday- MORNING Oct. 24

tan study made four years la!. do, but the way that you do 11, prove him blameless. Wall political staff to endorse, and
-- -- -- -- -
A Great Man er by the University of Mlchl. and all of the new series that Street financiers had over- display, a TV skit showing a 7:0o-G,.... Tha Uncle Had Mar
gan's Samuel J, Eldersveld and are hitting hard at the subject stepped themselves In their person tearing up his Social 7IS:I Almanac true Show N.., Had Mar
Herbert Hoover had he not had the misfortune Albert A. Applegate concluded: of sex would be well advised to eagerness for profits.( million Security card trying to persuade 7:10-D.puty Dtw9 The Uncle RFD M.dFlorida. Had Mar

of becoming President when a business cycle produceda 'The law's requirements itudy the tasteful flair that accompanies people were out of employment. the American people that 7:45: -Otputy Dawf Bruce Shaw Had Mar

world-wide depression could have been one of the ballot ed by security election officials were disregard.In its handling on the Millionaires became suicide bankrupt. his opponent would advocate 1:00: -Mlitar Mayor The Uncle lamar ., Suparmantho
pre. Many Many taking away from them their
Van Dyke show. IIt Miitar Bruce Shaw Junglo Superman
greatest the nation ever had. He devised the clncts Involving more than 12 sold the streets : Mayor
program Proof of the Van Dyke pro. people apples on only means of subsistence? 1:10: -Miitar Mayor The Undo Superman Wally Gates
and plans for bringing back better working conditions 000 votes In one case, trill gram's surrrsi In this area Is for subsistence, and former l:4: (-Miitar Mayor Bruce Shaw Superman Wally Cater
"Propriety of manners and
of election officials Indl.
mony wealthy matrons could no longer -- -
but before he could get his program started a rates that boxes and ballots that although it has relied a afford maids Mr. Hoover organized consideration for others are the 0:00; -AM* ShCi..u.. lay Maior Mercury Alvin Show

young politician by the name of Franklin; D. Rooseveltsaw were violated after having been fair percentage of the time on the Reconstruction Finance two main characteristics of a oS| -Alvin Show Circa toy Maior Marcury Alvin Show
sealed electionn1Sht" variations on the theme of sex gentleman." "Dickens In- ':10-Tannaua. Hater Major Mercury T."".....
the possibilities of his plan grabbed it and defeated properly on jealousy, happier aspects and use Corporation the credit In structure an attemptto to Little Dorrltt. :45- Tuiado Haathcota Major Marcury Tvnado
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Hoover for his second term. NMR cited a report by a U.S. 10 forth It has been so light. spur production Ills program I 10:00: -Quick Draw Underdog Sh..s gene Quick Draw
In modern parlance Hoover would have been Senate subcommittee after the handed that It has hardly been was defeated by the Democratic Long after many of the present |toII- McGraw Uda>da, Sheanigaes McGraw

rated 1952 election in which Demo noticed, and yet the ratings on congressional majority. political proverters of the 10:10-Miohty Mauia Fireball XL-1 Aims O.kl.y Mighty 10.4.,..
a conservative and of the highest level as far as critic Sen. Dennis Chavei de. the fries remain high.I truth have long passed into !10:41-Mio>ty _Mauia Fireball XL-1 Annie Oakley Mighty Mew.

ethics in government is concerned. His proven abilityto feated Republican Patrick J. have a frank numbness to. Mr. Hoover gained early fame oblivion, the name of Hoover our +
11:00-Unm The Dennis Th. New Casper Linut The
handle humanitarian assignments at the highest Hurley for the Senate in New ward situation comedy programs from his mission to Europe 31st President, a statesman and 11 tit- Uanhairlad MonacaFury Cartoons lionhaariadlaany
Mexico. NMR quoted the re. For the most part, they during War I. I was In Franceat a gentleman, will long be
level made him known the world 11:10: -Tho J...". I Cacti Tho J.I..".
over. He helped to port: affect me as though novocaine the time he went to Armeniato remembered as one who fearlessly 11,41-Tho Jattoni Fury levy I Cecil The Jationi

rehabilitate a war-torn continent after WW1. At that "At least 95,000 New Mexico had been Injected into all feed the hungry people All protected our Constitution _

time we didn't understand communism and its aims, citizens were deprived of their worthwhile reflexes. I can't Europe admired Herbert Hoover our liberty and our free AFTERNOON
constitutional rights to a secret U. S, Food Administrator dom. He left his foot prints up. -
think of In as
a performer
but our compassion for the downtrodden made us offer on the sands of time never to be 12:00-U. Kisq Mock i M.ys Bugs Bunny Uy Kinq
evidence of
ballot .
sworn such series who for Europe.
Isn't better Ina 1211, 5-Uy Kinq Far Hire lu,. lu""y Sky King
succor to the Russians: and probably was the savingof fraudulently altered ballots was different entertainment show away. I2Jo-My Friend Fleride Happily My Friend

the nation as we know it today. Hoover's work in obtained In 33 precincts" case The only reason! I can Being wealthy In his own 12:45-: FU." G..d."luel Hopper Flicka
NMR added: "Paper ballots, for right, he never accepted the "Man's inhumanity to man, -- -- --- -- -
many many lields will live as long as we have a still used In two.thirds of the Imagine voluntary watchingof salary given to Presidents.In Makes countless thousands 1:00-1 Lane Lacy M'", .. I" Music Mr. Mega CBS New

nation. We are better for having had him as a President United States, offer the easiest situation admiration comedies for a Is performer a personal mourn--Robert! Burns, In'Man I hiS-I Io-Ad."tu'o Lena Lucy Hi.Ti"Needle, St.ry American M", Magic CBS C.II.N.. ..
: .
1928 I met a gentleman, Was Made To Mourn.
and a fellow American. opportunity for fraud. They are Involved. I admire Van Dyke 1:45-: Theatre Hi.Time 1."h"cI K.leide.ape
easy to change, easy to fake, and his costars Rose Marie and - -------
easy to stuff" They also are 2:0o-AeI."tu' Hl.Time A"i.u Sarf,4. 3
easy to burn. Morey Amsterdam and also DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS :15Th..t HI.; TI", 1..tI."eI Surf.id. S
producer Carl Reiner. They are 2lo-AtI.: Theatre Pre-Geme Skew W'I"' Surfeide 3
You Your Child And School all proof that in the best of the 41. Location 13. At. A A 2:45-Ch.I.: Chas F..tb.1I Wrestling Suf.id. S
1. Kind of Otherwlee flrma. } '. 1 -- -- --- --- -
situation comedies, it is the A A
drill no longer depends on AlmanacBy performer who makes the situ. mop 49. Ardor tlve 1:00.Th..t Fe..b.1I WraetliqCbampienkip,
By DAVID NYDICK strict memorization of tables. and the other 5. Performs lJOWN reply 1:15- "H."oluly" T."...... .'. W.U" Sealing
UPI silos funny not
Education SpecialistThe 14. Offer JJG-Ch..I.y Chu leaicine St. Theatre
Is now used after the student e.Box: si. I. Fuming X Ch."io".lIi
new "r modern math way around 22, BurtneP.man Are A 3:45Theatre Fe..b.1I "Curse of
the of the 10.Title of 2. Mental t.. gewlinq
which Is taught In many understands meaning United Press International In Wednesday night's segment faculties heraldiC ;.=Ai _

schools has caused much difficulty tables. Today is Friday, Oct. S3, the Van Dyke finally turned ruler AIUluds: anna sr 4 4.0o-NFL C'ntda.e F..b.1I Dracula" Ceantdwe
for parents. This new ap Drill or practice 1* an area 297th day of 1964 with 69 to fol. down the consultant Job. but he 11. Maxim abbr. 23. Farm A A v 4:11to I Kick.ff F..tll.1I F. lderer 1e Ki.hFf4JoNFL
In which toe a* parent can be e : C'etd.ws F..II.II N. Eb.rherdt Ceaatde.e
proach has confused wonderful 4. BIoNom
fumbling 12. Famous
par.ntsand low.The was pretty
w 4:45-. Ki.hff F..II.II Theatre X Ki.k.FfI
particularly helpful.Provid.op.porlunities moon Is approaching Its boners: .0
left them critical of the around and getting nervous American a.Viper --- -
program and unable to assist for your child to use last quarter. amid the pretty girls at the Commodore I. Lowers, u Slur v.e..ed.r'. A.e.r OO-Cbampiee.hip Feetb.ll Wlde WelIa.ight
hi* knowledge. Young children The morning stars are Jupl. one's 25. Part ofcorrect F..tll.R
their children. magazine lie managed to In. 14. Sign as own 1:1 5- lewllaq .f Sparta Insight
can check change, figure mileage ter, Mara and Venus : value "to bo" 34. Donkey 5Jo-l.: The Low Paet.Geme Wide WarM I'.. A Secret
Why do we have a new and keep simple record, The evening stars are Saturn pert a bit of pathos that made abbr. T.Tblft, .tltf. BrutUan 35. Tree 5,45Th.' Law TeA .f h.... I'". A Secret
math? The rapidly Increasing Older students can help with and Jupiter the sequence just right As a 13. Before: Gpf'ft. palm yielding

demand for mathematics In planning budgets, reviewing On this day In history: footnote by the way a spokesman prefix meshed 29. A room sap for NIGHT

business, Industry, and science check books, planning construction for Playboy says the magatine 17. Toward fabric In a sugar
In 1915, 29,000 women ls thinking of trying video the lee I. Fragment house 3?. Not real 410-Wald WII' N... Sporti, Wide World N.... h....
makes it necessary that (the and checking bills. In
marched In New York City de. II. Nautical 11. Inventor 30. e.trtum 41. Hindu meal e:11-World War I Weather ol Sporti Weather
schools Improve their pro. some case, a parent might syndication again with a series 6Jo--M..y Jo Staflord
: Jenny
city 41 Observe Quail 77 Suniat Strip
the women'i right to ot the
minding mile
:: Jap.
grams. Modern technology requires find "old fashioned" flashcards similar to Its past "Playboy'sPenthouse" :4 ..- Raterai Show
: Jenny Quail 77
32. PInch Trouble Suniel Strip
vote In all states.In showMemories 19. Musical telegraph ___ _
a greater understandingof useful. -
1942 the British Eighth note 7:0G-Cut.1 Fla. Jo St.Hard -s-;
mathematical operations Provide a suitable place and 1 1 One 77 Sy.S.I,
launched offensive 20.Thin 1 7 I 5Sh....... Show
an : lavond 77 Suniel Strip;
Simply learning to add, subtract time for homework. A quiet atmosphere
at El Ala. cushions 7l )-Jackie Flipper Outer
against Axis force Limit Jackie
multiply, and divide I* Is needed. Avoid In. 11. Break 7:45"I
not sufficient ter ruptlon.. meln Egypt, to open a cam. suddenly : '___ __ _Outer Limit Glenn

Take an Interest In your palgn that was to sweep Germ 24. Prescribed 1 1,00-Jackie Adventure olMr. Outer limit; ; --i.di-;;
What Is the new math? It I.a is child'. work. If you have difficulty an and Italian force out of 20 YEARS AGO regimen 1:11: Cl.aian MataaKentucky Outer LImiti ..I.....
new teaching approach which understanding his work, North Africa Ma). Joe di Giorgio was 2s. Heron-nke I K IT I.Jo-GllIIu'! JanaiKentucky Lawrence W.Ik ftilllfan'i
explains math as a system encourage him to explain It to In 1MB, voters In the Soar spending a few days leave bird 1.451.1..4 Jaw Lawrence Walk lilend
rather than individual opera. rejected a proposed statute to"EutopeanlW' here from his Marine Air 28. Serpentine -
you. This make him the teacher :00-Mr, Ireodway So'-4-N;. t Lawrence W.ll M.I1.; ..,
tions. This means that mathematlcal and requires him to have a the tiny countryand Be In North Carolina. 31. Chief 21 2 4a 1:11Me.. Ireadwey .t.... Meviato. lawrence Walk Mr roadway
operations are no long draw It mere closely to 33. A small cut
complete understanding 10 YEARS AGO ..] _Mr. Iread.ay "loll 7faiaa Hoffyweed Mr Iroadway
er taught as separate part. Don't be critical of the school France.In Dr Albert Carnrtt. pastor of U. Biblical T :4S-Mr._Ireedway From Gee_ Palace Mr l/eedway
There Is a relationship between 19M, the Hungarian Revolt of name -- -- --
program. Too often parent will the First Baptist Church
and division. One started Whether 10:00: 'oo.meke H' Hollywood ftunimokePalace ;;
subtraction that didn't elected I 3
say they learn it Winter Haven, was .
exist without the 38.Transpose: B-'io..k.' I K>k DeuejeiA'lneoy ftunimeke
does not that way. They procede to moderator of the Ridge Bap- .
say abbr. IOJ: -Cuotmeko Qumn Saturday ftunniekeNitht
the AmerU
math explain A thought for daft 4 1'
The new
other. that
the new math I whirl. m
confusing. can novelist Thomas Mann list Association group P. OIrI' 1041. uaimeke Saturday Movie Movie tuetmeke

this.The new math does not replace particularly These type harmful.of statements Children are aid: "Opinion cannot survive adopted and constitution peeped and unanimously bylaws 40.ntjne rather: 14r I II : -Nawt. $pt. Wtr N.., Spt. Wtr The; Streamer-N.:;:SportiWere
traditional math. It deepens will If no one has a chance to fight a 11.1 I -Tkaatre Crici Oelca A Weather
quickly pick the attitude
up eolioq.
the student' understanding for them" fleet--nee T I 11:39 I -"Oddi Af ainil; ''10__ Ge." Saturday
their parent It I I. far 41.
11 Temerrvw"
students showa :45- li Forever"TneM Randolph Scot Nigh .Movie
a result many better to _
as support the school George B. Watcott. a former 42. Whirls -
greater Interest and successIn program. Try to give your The bluer traU for Joe College official with a national manufacturing 44. Narrow 4TW ,..,/.... ",,".1.. ere pro*r>ded Ity .... .. ..;.-atetleM
studying math. child the feeling that thing are U led by a navy-blue flannel had been strip of and or* abed; to .b..,. at say lime The Dolly N..e-Chef. .1t1i.1ooo>i
Drill Is itlll needed and better now than when you werein model, double-bneasted and concern wood N.. ec a .ltlic ..,.;c. end .it eat resaavble! ht profrem ....... eec
taught The difference l. that school featuring silver button named building inspector here 41 Tardy ae Lb Tided, an then achedete.


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f Fnday October 23 IG64< vti N : r-:" .; \1"-1 r ,tAlLY) Nr-Wb,
iHILr- -WINfrtv
tIAV1' ". { + ,)kIA[ Page Fives

It Public Schools I ',Mff. ,'t..fl/l

IlltJS'I'ON'UPICite' hu
u i +,ulr department head Hat II l
n 1 explains' succinctly) whit

II Need Over 'I'I ,is no law in town axau
'' till loose aK II" I''
\ J I", riOI",

II rte you over tried 10 ( nt"

r 'I > .'.. -.....1OIih. Half Billion S S'III :1 .,.1 I'' Fife asks

'II!"' : 'Mltl'Plt! ( \ .Honli: 1."l'I, 1tupt 1 chance, Indicator Is Iht "

, | 1h< mas D 11811\I, I ,------f- extra" on cordless picsi (
" Thursday night that the l ,1+ 0 '1' h.lvers for men. 1 h. it"!"
pul+lie ,chools will need t hl't ,'nn' ,ilerts the usi when I"
hair: a billion dollarIn t +to "'I-")mes necessary to r.'htr,, .
1 fun K in the next two yiaiKaili "' 111 unit which also le\fllrt"+ .un
r '\' rstimated the need, ,t at$5t9 \ Iri'tttie) | stilnl(5 Ief'l i ,11.1\i
: million and nalrt it w+\lIIIJ ." tend marl shatterpr, iil
be an increase of 153 mill"n! l,n' I'"l'

our the current two-year bud

And the increase will not provide ,
am more for students al
ready in school Bailey Bid,
,inrc it Is only to tike care of
N'I average Increased enrollment,
Thi' Increase doe not mean
one dollar of additional education .
for any child," Bailey said
In a speech to a group of sup
porters of Democratic gubernatorial .
I candidate llaydon Burn. Y. 'v. 0I

AUBURNDALE HOSPITAL This Is the architect's con left, and a second ston can also be built If necessary The hoe. "It takes this to Just slay even." y arJERIMIAH .I'
I ceptlon of Morrow Memorial Hospital, now under construction on I r pltal as now envisioned will have :33 bed: Bailey laid his estimate Includes .
Lake Arlara, It Is desired co that a wing may be added at theI only education through high "

school and does not Include the +
slate junior college. .- - ...-'

Religion In America But Bailey aid that there It GREEN ((20) races around end for yardage againstthe
a growing demand for the state
Rattlers of Halnes City last week.J.w.tt won 9 0 and hopes for
rl to do more than Just keep up a repeat In the win column aa they play powerful Union Academy' of I I I
1 B\ LOt1S CASSELS the Protestants chose to with advances In enrollment Ho Bartow tonight Kickoff time Is 1 pm at the Jewell stadium
said for example. that the demand
I ilted Press International
"While I have doubts, I feel
There may not be any athe. that I do believe In Ood" for office workers has Small Plane verMty student aiding In "' \il
Ists In foxholes, but there are Three per rent of the Catho. been three time the national right work In Mississippi i
some In ehurches.Among lie and 7 average In the last 10 yearn In
per cent of the Prot. Bombs Rights
the 110 million Amerl.an estanti subscribed to a deist Florida, OFO quoted Wynn a, sauna & I
affiliated with Christian position "I don't believe in Ouiineaa education I I. one of
: a Meeting Hall the plane "a small one likn
'tiur.-hes, there also are personal God, but I do believe the areas to which we must those used. In crop dusting" !

t agnostics, deists and people In a hitter power of some devote additional! attention," INDIANOLA Miss (IPI! ) -- flew over the meeting about
who think that Jesus Christ kind" Bailey said.BHELTON.
A small
airplane swamped ovrra II IS p m CUT The meeting
was only a man. One per cent of the Catholic building "h.eZ50 perceive look Jsce In an old buildingformerly I
The beliefs-and disbeliefs and one per cent of the P rot... Conn -
were attending a civil right used'
as a llsptlst
of American church members tents Sciential have taken an old [
were frankly agnostics 1don't meeting< Thursday night and church located In ftTiTTP 1"
a fairly
have been carefully Inveetlgat.r knew whether there I I. a fUMIng tool and put it to use In flffi
bt two sociologists apace reaearth. dropped an explosive that listed i area )lust In'ule the
Rodney God and I don't believe thereIs the
Jarred structure
Stark and Charles Clock The familiar flab net I a city limits
Itt Y. of any way to find out" now rlchts I
the Survey Research Center of Flat Disbeliefs catching microwave sent out group reported ,Z I ItaLF\1,
t the University of California InOerkele Finally, one per cent of by radio radar and other dec There were no Injuries and earNhf.nWNTWN -.

\', the Congregatlonallsti (United Ironic Instrument, The: netting, no apparent damageAn SHOP \\INTrK IUVFN: IOUTH" UII)
They questioned nearly 3,000hur Church of Christ) and some appropriately named' "Space: officer at the 'Irvlunola
:li members of all nomU what smaller numbers of Meth. Net," Is coated with special Police Department said he
nations The respondents con* tuted a random sample of the than onhaf] of one per rent) Goodrich Sponne Products\ here the reported Incident hecau'
membership of all Church con. said flatly: "I don't believe in II abito ',i, the a aces and keep'them he'wa n't on duly when It
l iregatlons In tour counties In God." fiom boun, Inn, ofT wall: 'happened I
the San Francisco area, Divergences from orthodox)' or othc I obi" I 1 tru: : heipliic The t ,until of F Icrat t Oian IEEZfl

WORLD'S FAIR CLOSES Two print close the If the same survey were con. were much more marked In .!. dUJlhl1ee 'e !13: !:at;an* roFO I ) In Jack T
the Pleta an the \V orld''* Fair In New York cage shuts guarding ducted In other parts of the beliefs l about Jesus. Taking flee ent] .:TW:it of cjtc :tIll I the Incident Yo'I: re;' ""t t; I Ib Bagwell Building Supply .1'1: a'i'BRIGHT
I till next eshon. which begin in April Ultra high up aeourlty shop country, the results might dlf. Protestants as a whole, 88 percent ,,',"" Fred W'mn. a Stanfc 'd t:'il I.
fer by a few percentage points
precautions are taken on the famous Michelangelo statue, were ready to affirm that
But the California sample In.
Jesus Is the dlvliiH Son ol uuJ
eluded small town and big city But denominational difterrr--cs' WELCOME SHRINERS
Polk Guidance Henry E. Richards of Tallahassee churches, of every theological were great Belief In the dlvln. -
was the speaker lie Is coloration from Roman Cath. Ity of Christ ranged fj Im 83 e I
Group Holds manpower training coordinatorfor ollc to Pentecostal, and there Is per cent among Southern Dap. SWEATER and
the Florida State ,Employ no reason to doubt that It Is lists to only 88 per First Meeting merit Service fairly representative. of the na. 7r per 'cnl
Richards Introduced tlon as a while\ '. ''''
was by
among Methodist. ant' 14 pc
Walter Dobruck, youth coun The Stark Otock flndJhJrS ,'
The Polk County Guidance cent among Kpla' +pal tar
Association held its first selor for the local EmploymentOffice strongly corrAtytito a wafnfl Other denomlnali bl: lACKlT JAIIORI !
meeting this week professional at and a long time assoclate which man pastors end re.llglous Ings: Disciples oft( I h,Us (8

the Community Room of the educators have sounded per cent, Presbytenai, 91 parent
Members and guests were In recent years: The MOM) .,
< ; American Lutl'i ttc C
First Federal Savings and Loan given a talk, visual aids 'di*. task which confront churches WAY
Association In Lakeland per cent: American Baptists, OUT FRONT FOR FALL AND WINTER!
A large cross-section of the play, and a question and answer today members U eonverttac their own 9t per cent; Cat Otba, 94 po
period followed The social cent: Missouri Lutherans, 98
agencies, boards, institutionsand
The boom
in church
committee sponsored a social per cent; Pentecostal se I ta, 99
clubs concerned with -
hourOIID..ISUT membership b r o I' h I into
were present churches mllltons of people who per Virgin Birth and BOLD

e were not convinced Christian, Only 57 per cent of the Pro.
but who were looking for a tenants and 81 per cent of the

TRUE Ing faith to to live listen by to and what were will.the birth Catholic* believed In the virgin COLD WEATHER COMFORT!

churches had to
offer The number of churn
r It 1* evident from the fltark. who said that Blbll memober. al AT PRICES COMFORTABLE TO YOUR PURSEMENIS
Clock survey that many of
miracles actually happene1just
them are still louktat. _or have '
as the Bible says "m. and BOYS'SWEATERS
.Ai setttod for a set of rettftous at. '
priced 18 per cent of the ( on.gregatlonaUata )
tltttdes which fall far
abort of 17 per < nit of 1 .
orthodox Christian ,
the Methodists, 41 per rent of i
It is also
strikingly apparent the Fplacopallana: !58 per < ant
that skepticism about
major of the Presbyterian>> *, 62 perent
Christian doctrines la, much of the Disciples of ('h rl.t.
more widespread in such Pro. 62 per cent of the AmirUan d
,::1\. testant denomination as the Baptist, 89 per rent of tho
A United Church of Christ, the American Lutheran 74 -
Methodist Church cad the Kpl*. 399 898NEW
I of the Catholics. 89 per '
'r raw copal Church than It I* la fun. cam 01 the Missouri Lutherans,
damentallst bodies
as the 92 per cent of the Southern to
Southern Baptist
the Missouri Synod Coaveotlon Lutheran and Pentecostal Baptists, and. 91 per rent of the

,d Church. Asked their beliefs about life
+ Attboufh Romeo CetftoU<'e after death 86 per cent of the YORKER AND OTHER FAMOUS BRANDS
4 tested .
fairly to
high ortho.
1 Protestants and 79 per cent of
.. doxy compared to ProtMtantias the Catholic were confide of S
a wool, one of the atrprtsea Pullover and Cardigan Styles. .
} it, while 14 per cent of tile Pro.
of the survey was tilt aoDstan.lal .
leataat and 18 per cent of the
v ( number of CaUwMca who Catholics believed that Chrlt'a e Bold Stripeand Chevron Designs j

acknowledged doubt or dls. promise of eternal life I is "prob.
belief. about bate dofnu of ably true" e Lambs Wool-Orlon-Mohair Blends

There is vodka labeled genuine the faith Th* rt !held no hop for a
respon to tilt question, future life lOOVe Orlons
wMoh of the follow!** state.
(that actually costs less! mints coma closest to what!

you believe about God" 11 per FATE TO Mliool, ? Your Favorite Color CombinationsJACKETS
reM of the CattwMc and 71 BRIGHTON Enttl.nrllUPII/
I II per l cent of the Prrtntants *l, f'rinreti Margaret, wit lair for rc ILLtS1eA110HslutlLpa
I firmed that '7 know God reallxiM \ rhool Thursday
e and I have ao dcuWs Her h.llcoptrr flifht In the
: about i ItThirteen." irdean tctwx I f ,r the opening<
"I f a new dining I hill wan ran
per cent of the
i Catholics and 17 per rent of rdlP due t<+ the fop f Shi Wrn
l trat

f 1 HIGH SCHOOL and JR. HIGH STUDENTS 399 -14 98 '2ic

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;. WINTER LJAV/rki. .. -0 _OA". ..i_\f. .N.W._ _<_nr.....,.FF... -.II.'L.f'WI"TC. U.III"L.I'vc.,, c I ,L.-"Vr\nnin.

K Of C Council r Reds To Tell ,

Stages Usual Why Nikita

October RitesThe Was Deposed

Winter Haven K ii Us of c4
Columbus Council hen the usual LONDON: lUl'l )-World Com
October exempllfic alien TVit! 111Jn"t leaders wd! meet In %

first degree on Tuesdajv.1th :an.dldates M. cow next mont1 'o diSCUSS'
from Lakeland (1,1:,, Lake wti Premier Nikita S. Khru

Wales as well as fron Winter thchc\ was deposed diplomatic rrJ'ILL
Have. tee lurcr, reported todiy
The ccasioi for this Red
The Rev Matthew Connolly: ummit will be the celebration

pastor of St Joseph's Church of the 47th anniversary of the x 'f'
and the Rev. Arthur Dunnigan Ru pastor of Holy Spirit Church In Communist chiefs from both
Lake Wales, were the guests of
honor :!ide of the Iron Curtain arc
expected to be present

Winter Haven Council 4728 Red China will be Invited. Peking .

ritual team staged an Imprcs. designation of a rcpre
dive first degree exemplifies. tentative may signify whether
tlon for the new candidates. endings for a Smo.Soviet reconcillatlon q' 1
Refreshments were served will be made on this
after the ceremonies. ocrasion the reports said
..ex The said the get-together
x m al:3 will provide an opportunity ,

to asst+s the new Soviet regime .
Circus LocationIn future course in Communi .

SouthwestThe tc t and world artalrs.Rehearsals For. c&i

.. -.. .. -,
'The Messiah'Start
Clyde Beatty.Cole Bros. ADVANCED ROTC OFFICERS These tour Winter Haven

Circus will set up on the lot SundayThe students at Florida State University have been promoted In
across Cypress Gardens Road vj/ cadet rank In the Air Force ROTC. Norman K. Gregory top left,

from the Florida Citrus Show. first rehearsal for the son of Mr. and Mr. Norman M. Gregory of 108 Center St., Is a
case, it was announced today by annual production of Handel's major and squadron executive officer Robert S. Hearon, topr
officials of Frierson Nichols "Messiah" has been called for Ight, a captain, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F Lancashire of
American Legion post which Is vM Sunday afternoon by Robert 123 Lake Deer Drive, and a drill team advisor. Robert C. Allen
sponsoring the show here on Branson, director lower left, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Allen of 519 20th St., SW,
Thursday, Oct, 29. The rehearsal will be held at Is a flight commander with rank of captain So is Captain H. Lingo
Beymer Memorial Methodist Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Lingo of 1501 N. Lake Mirror Drive.

Tickets for the circus which Church. The chorus will start ---

will give afternoon and evening .. -- rehearsals at 2 o'clock and will\
performances, are now availableat be joined by the orchestra at State Hits
the American Legion Memor.lal JUNIOR COLLEGE CONVOCATION The Polk Junior I the first formal convocation of the Institution- -on the 45th! day of 3. Department
Home or from Bill Watsonat College Choir present Its first recital for the student body as I I its existence-* held In the hanger at Bartow Air Base. Those who have their own
Edna Watson Realty. Admls. choral books
are asked to brine
lion Is $250 for adults, $1.25 them
GOP Rehash On Cuba
for children Camping GroupTo Touchdown Club "The Messiah" will be pre.
Critics I
The performance. will be at.4 : ApplaudSartre's aenti'dduring the Christmas sea
and 8:15: p.m. There will be plen. Sponsor (Continued From Page One) son, an annual tradition for many WASHINGTON (UPI) The Panama Joseph Farland headed
ty of parking space adjacent to Haven Board members are years Stite Department has attacked the Republican group. Its report ,
the chow Legion officials said. Special ClassThe W. A. Davis, Frostproof;; Dr. as a worthless political rehash : outlined a bigger role for
ActionSTOCKHOLM E E. Martin Ilaines City; Albert ShrinersContinued of old idea a Republican task US. businessmen In the development .
The circus lot is between First Florida Section of the Griffin and Dr George force's recommendations for removing of all Latin AmericaBut

and Third Sts, SW American Camping Association Kendrick, Winter Haven; D. ( From Page One) Cuba from Communist said the task force 'no

will sponsor a Campcrafter ((lTC>Writers and his rejection made public. D. Kiblcr. Lakeland and M E. Mora and local people who are domination program for Latin America can
Course In conjunction with its and critics In Sweden and He said the prize endangeredhis Henslcr, Auburndale downtown for them. These are The recommendations were he effective so long as Cuba i
Nikita Seen
tall meeting to be held at Camp made public Thursday as part dominated by communism
France today generally applaud. Integrity as a writer and Joe K Hays, president emeritus scheduled at 10 a.m.
Chowenaw, Jacksonville, this of a report on Latin America It said the United State
ed French existentialist writerJean.Paul
(Continued and
From Page One) conflicted with his political organized the club
weekend. Sartre's decision to alma Is of Events for Shriners and their submitted} to GOP presidential should work with the Organization
member the
vas accepted. The Northeast District with reject the Nobel a permanent wives begin at S o'clock this afternoon nominee Barry M Goldwater of American States OAS
$52,500 Prof Gunnar Brandell of Swe.den's .
They said Khrushchev triedto ) Board of Directors Choo Choo
Vern Harper Jacksonville as for literature with a reception at the State Department official to free Cuba from the regim
use the resignation as a coordinator, bas planned a VppsalaUniversity J. C. Hughcy, -Tampa retired Haven Hotel.
Sartre, the 59.year old praised Sartre "the nuickly offered a reply to the of Fidel Castro and went on u I
as biggest
means of his ACL still acts
getting way when training I session centered philosopher playwright.novel.1st intellectual fire In France" He passenger agent The memorial service for de. five point plan for Cuba. give Its recommendations,
called before his lleuten. advisor club and
party around the arts In as to the
ants and criticized. He had done camp.Specialists issued a long explanation said the decision of the Swedish sceased members of Egypt "The report Is In part an State Department: officIal'
in the field of Thursday night, a few hour at. Academy of Letters to award the man taking Hugheys place. Shrine will be held at 8 o'clock adoption of policies and pro- commented on the proposal
this at least
once last
before music hand drama dance
arts also travels with the contm
ter the prize was announced tonight in Nora Mayo Hall. have been
February.But and folk lore will participate him the prize although It knew ( stems we pursuing giving reasons why they con
last week, his colleagues In he did not want It was "an ex. gent. The Rev Thorn. B. Smythe for a long-Jime and in part I sidcred them of no value
a symposium Friday night Members making the trip ;
on the Central Committee vol. On Saturday a workshop will Istentlallst choice In Sartre'sown Chaplain of '''If fInter Haven rehash !o5j( 1 u>roposals which They "said recognition of >
ed about two to one to accepthis be held on how arts Can permeate McDonald's.Continued spirit." I aref*%* :t, kWinttrf'ff Shrine -Club, .will xonduct: the have J>e\n> carefully considered CubatggJtFrnmeBt! In nile
In Parts Franbols Maurlac I Wn ** Tort Ager- stmcM ulttrgtWslance of the end rejected because they ulle" l
resignation, the sources program of residence ( From Page One) are rJy the task force
said camps, day camps, week-end tamed to create the French Catholic writer who ton Melvin J. Arnold, DanaF. potentate of Egypt Temple R.S. Impractical. Ineffective illegalor was contrary f US traditl
new machineryand won the Nobel Prize in 1952! Baxter, L a m a r Beau Lang and members "
Foreign Communist criticism camping, and family\ camping techniques for future of the Divan irresponsible, department and would jeopardize the au
of the way Khrushchev was Camp directors and camp Vine.use railed Sartre "one of the most champ Richard Beauchamp, The Thompson Ceremonial will\ spokesman Richard I Phillips thority by which this county
forced from power continued today counselors of resident camps yard's Accompanying speech colored slides Important writers of his genera Walter Behsle W. A. Berry begin at 8(13( the first section 'aid holds the Guantanamo naval

The Italian Communist and day camps will be presentat were used to accentuate thevar. lion." R B Brewer. W. E. Cokcr being presented by Egypt Tem. Former U.S Ambassador to base in Cuba.
most Maurlac, long a bitter oppo. Roger W. Cl George Cor pie's Ritual Team under the
party, powerful In West the meeting Doard members lous detailsIn pp The officials said the Unit! 1
ern Europe, announced it is attending will be Miss Jessie 1963 Mclonald'sused 1,555 nent of Sartre's philosophy, said rente Ray Charest, Ron direction of Benny J. Richard, States only recognizes an e\ilo
sending a delegation to Moscow Stoner and Mis Yvonne Piercyof carloads of Idaho potatoes, or "I understand the reasons for Coats, Charles Demmg, Rich when novices will\ be Inducted In. Palatka News government when it has a on
to learn the farts about Khrush. Venice, Mrs. George Costello approximately 40,000 tons Special his refusal, without however ap. ard DeMott Sr.. Dr. Richard to the organization stitutional connection with (h.

chev's ouster. of Lake Alfred Mrs. Robert buyers are In the field to proving French them. Field T. Bartow Ford, R. E, During these ceremonies the last legal government
"The sudden character of the Wldgery and Carl Sullivan of assure a uniform high quality writer MarcelJouhan.deau Gilmore Charles Go horn, women will have a reception at They said Castro's government
derision and the method used Tampa, Vern Harper and Mrs of potato said "the most beautiful Albert Griffin. N. V. Huff the Haven Hotel, with Mrs. JohnK. Backs BarryPALATKA was recognized as d
to Dorothy Slegel of Jacksonvilleand "We are now theworld'.lur.est comes bigger when he Robert V. Huff Ed Hurt. J legal Cuban regime by the EIsenhower
bring into discussion more gen. Miss Hazel W like r son, Dr users of Coca.Cola fountain refuses Haven Club In charge
The prize money can always be K. (lays, Harry E. King Harold LTD( ) The Pa administration In lnr l >9
problems regarding the de. Frances Tomorrow events start with
Hall and Miss
Cynthia syrups, having recently surpass
given to Larson John W. McKay 'latka Daily Ne" has endorsed and although relations wcr e
someone who needs s
velopment of
debate and polltl. Seward of Tallahassee ed Woolworth's. the street stunts followed I by
' al life in Socialist countries." ------ sation, Flo Mac own organi It." August A. Pahnke, Alfred C. the Moslem Feasl In a tent ad. Sen Barry Goldwater for president broken In 1961. It is still held
the Italian party leadership which stands for Florlda.McDon.Industries (Swedish Academy secretary Rods, w. E Rynerson J. T Jacent to the Florida Citrus in an editorial calling for responsible for Cuba's interns
said. JohnsonContinued altl's. had its beginning In 1956 Dr. Karl Ragnar Glerow said Smith H B SniVely Jr.. Gane BeU'flng. a return to basic principles tiona obligations

On Wednesday the French ( From Page One) and now owns units In Sarasota, the $52,500 would be returned W. Stewart Peter J. SuBivin. TIM parade at 12.30:; will be fot. "It may "e old fashioned, ou'

Communist party, second onlyto and Orlando, Fla., Sunday He three In St Petersburg, Pinellas\ Nobel fund for future Ed Thomas J. B. ThwoMUJr lowed by a program at 1:20: by ff step with the times or just
the Italian in Western Eu. will spend Sunday night In Or. Park (Holly Hill,Daytona Beach prizes Sartre) Bowen Tanner Tdm B the Egypt Temple Chanters In plain foolish butI e believe Friday t Saturday OnlyANNUALS
rope, raised similar questionsand lando and make a "major ad. Riviera Reach, Lakeland Mel. for his was awarded the prize Walker. D C Waters, Norman Nora' May Hall The second sec. that this country has had all
announced the dispatch ofa dress" there Monday morning, bourne and Winter Haven, with which "Imaginative writing, 0 Warren. R. D. Pope >.. lion of the ceremonial, at 2p.m the socialism and paternalis:
similar delegation to Moscow. according to slat Democratic- several more In the planning by reason of Us spirit of and Sidney Smith. will be preceded by the government it needs and that it
freedom and
The Italian party echoed re. officials stage," said Vineyard. had exercised stlrvlng for truth Eagle Lake Stanley C: opening rites, at 1:30. is time to ,low down the trend
rent statements from some of Later Monday Johnson will The offices of Flo Mac are f 1 uence on our a far-reaching" Davis. no dinner and dance In the toward even more of those poll e PETUNIAS a CALENDULAS
the Soviet satellites\ in praising visit Jacksonville, Fla., Augusta located on HavendaleBoulevard, ate Auburndale R L. Ham evening will also be held at Nora tical philosophies" the editorial e D.ISIIS14 Many Other
Khrushchev In and Macon and where all Mayo, the i dinner at 7130 follow i In Thursday edition
the Soviet Un. Ga., windup financing, purchasing Final TributeContinued melt M E. taster, Sam Kit said
ion since his ouster, the only with an appearance at Columbia advertising, statistical studies, lebrew and Arthur H. Lewis Ing a social hour In the nearby "Barry Goldwater electioncan Varlotfes
references to Khrushchev have S. C. etc aretumllod Ed Levins, headof ( From Page One) tent, and the d* ce at 9, when help this country return to
Tom Brandon
been critical South Carolina Democrats advertising and public relations main door of the church by Waverly Thompson and Mrs. Thompson some of the basic principlesthat PER 49 <
"The great and personal con. said Johnson agreed to speakin also works out of the local servicemen representing the Bartow H R. Brown will be the seats of honor. I long have endured and
trlbutlon Khrushchev gave to Columbia after being office various military branches James C. Byrd. H. M. Fallen Admission to the ceremonial ,which should be preserved" the TRAY ,
the effort to affirm the policyof Informed that a preeldentui The local purchasing unit buys Th. weather was clear and Eugene F. Griffin George is open oty to Birlsen. The newspaper I old
peaceful coexistence and to visit was essential to hopes of 51,700 pounds of potatoes each crisp and mourners stood Harris, John R. Host. J. C dIM*< reqeJres stance reservation LIMIT 3 WITH $100 ORDER
open new roads to the Commu. carrying South Carolina for the week Flo Mac purchased Bet. Park Avenue in front of St on Johnston, Henry M EittlesMi, Shrine membership FLORIDSTOrKS
nlst and workers movement are Democrat ter Meats, Inc of Tampa last Bartholomew's Church with I R, H. Laitfford, Frank M cards are required for the dance. Here are the I p m. closings
not to be forrotten," the Ital. GOP presidential candidate year In order to control the meat bowed heads Murphy Robert P. Marry. The women gveets will have a on Florida docks as reported ?
Ian Communist:, said. Barry Goldwaler will make a content for the hamburgers of In the nation's C. D. Shepard. Chesterfield coffee tomorrow morning at the by Francis I duPont and Co
This was In sharp contrast to Southwlde television appeal fur which 22,499 pounds are used Capitol the Smith Charles Wilson and Haven Hotel l, and then will take Air Control 27ls
the attacks on Khrushchev ap. volts from Columbia Halloween each week ceremony was to be brief onlya Dick Crauey. a tour of Cypress Gardens, the Tampa Electric 29"-4 Nunery & Landscaping(

pearlng In Sold publications night, appearing with San Only recently awholesslebak. Rev.prayer Dr. and Frederick benediction Brown by liar the Davenport Hubert F Boll Tower and Great Master. Florida Telephone 28 4000 Hav..dal.d./ .
Strom Thurmond. er In St. piece,
R.8.C. Petersburg was pur. Wier. Plant Industries r,
Thurmond, campaigning I In chased. and It is expeeteithalthe via the Senate chaplain and a
We Have Moved Dixie for Goldwater, told a Florida units will use 1,250,000 formal wreath laying at the foot Canal Point Tom Girt

to GOP rally at orangtburg, S.c? dozen buns this year of the bier by President John land
Thursday night that the Su. "In M Inter Haven, our payroll, son.The Fort Reeds Donald C'
767 Cypress preme Court possibly could t",> including the unit next to the I la. two remaining living former Rogers
Gardens Rd. revised with Goldwater a* presi. ven Hotel and the general offices, Presidents Harry S Truman Frostproof W. Arthur Davis .
dent was $127,500 last year and It Is and Dwight D. Eitenhow. Bell 1101 Griffin Jr.
SPECIAL THIS WEEKLOOK Thurmond said five jws>tl< es, still growing Our prime respon. er will be unable to attend the Haines City Dr. Glen \CftHuU
Including Chief Justice I art slblllty Is to each community service for Hoover Truman I Ii Brown. Paul F. Coital. Austin .
Warren, are eligible for retire. where we are located; in other convalescing at his Independence Grope W. F. Johnson Jr.
ment and Goldwater would select words, the larger the company Mo.. home from Injurieshe Stan Lawhorn. J. C. Lung B.
_I h their successors If they' the more responsibility It has to received In a fall in the Moore Dr. E. E. Martin T

ssa I li I stepped down during his admin the public and Its community," bathroom and Eisenhower wa C Spencer. Dan Townsend.

..__. _r I.tratlo'l.Humphrey. said Vineyard.In hospitalized in Washington John R Wadsworth J II.
.j8NEW returns to the closing, the speaker told Thursday with acute laryngitis White and Robert M Willing
< a m p a 1 g n Saturday with of the firm's various contrl The body wit lie In state in ham Earl Massey.
arse speeches at llamtramck, Dear buttons, such as turning over the the Rotunda until Sunday morning .
Lakeland Curtis
born and Taylortown Ml< h., gross Income tor one day to the when It will be removed ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
WESTINGHOUSE La CrosseMs.., and Minneap. Winter Haven Hospital Other with military honors and flownto Scott Kelly C. G. Trtpp.
oil. funds are used In different waysIn West Branch Iowa Iloover'abirthplace James M. WeUman. Lawton by 8:30 to 12:30Cilda
HEAVY DUTY IS. In a speech Thursday night other communities.The far Interment.The is. Chiles Jr., Hunt Smith.
at Boston Humphrey accusedthe speaker was introducedby Rotunda .Ul be to Lake Park O C. Syrett and Rick S.t. 7:30 fo 12:00
TOP LOADER GOP of hurling nothing but Robert Staufer program the public so mourners can open file Lake Placid R. L. Drtswl .
antl.government slogan at chairman for the day R P. Dunty Jr.
ENGINEERED TO PREVENT Johnson He said the choice be. Jim McKlllop Introduced past the bier until 9 p.m. EDT Lake Wales O T. Bryan
COSTLY REPAIR IILLSS1OO7S fore the voter "Is simply this guests from Vermont, Wisconsin Twice Saturday within until the t p m.la Roy A, Craig Jr. K. Sprott
-proven competence versus Georgia and nearby club: it 11 Jr.. K SprottSrTallahassee .
hollow\ slogans." Robert Farquhar was high school months mourners have enteredthe Joe Brown t P11.
Humphrey said the election of .ntalivt of the Interact giant Rotunda to pay their OC
repr s
Sp.clal I 7 f W TRoy's Goldwater as president would Club. I..t respects to fallen leaders 1km Doyle Conner .I Noy'p

give nightmares to every ma. Powell Ott gv Notes and Last November record breaking Tampa Jack Gordon. : :
I Ciao Coon Hughey, W. 0 Siv ,
throngs viewed the 7
jor banker, Industrialist Md In. Comments and Bill Staanton In. flag-draped !
vaster in the free wortd. troduced !thos having birthdays coffin of President John T age and Moo Smith.
Le Ii would threaten KennedySix Pembroke SO. Good
B our alliance. during the past week President
would result in a raid on our George Mullta announced that months ago. Gen Doug Jr. W R. Gooch
APPLIANCE IUD I SERVICE gold men*and. .would shat. on Wednesday, Nov 11, the an. lea "' Arthur lay In stat in Plant City Dr. Wm G.
767 Cy,f+M o..I...e u. ter the crest redlt structure tit haul turktn ahoot would be heM the Rotunda April 8 before his 1 1bod MenwvtherVero
Nest t. CummlnQS1, Fwrnitw' I ll ,ape ai I Aincrl which 1110IOJ'pi al Camp Rotary with all of the was removed for burial in Beach Fondr.n Mil

2tM42 1 M*"* (! is ti.F unprc., lenied. pi s.PC glut,s <'t the count meeting tilt MacArthur Memorial at hell Dan Richardson Albert Cypress Gardens Road
i'' out. wo now ha\e. it" re Norf.lk, Va, I R R'aU John R Tnptoa. Phone 2911)21P I




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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF Friday October 23. 1964 Pay. 7 Around The TownWeekend I

WINTER MAVEN DAILY NEWS.cHIEF I I .J Cruise To Nassau For Local Couples IMr.

t\ "' ,' and Mrs John WI, | and Mr. and Mrs. Uin rry, Tuvkir arc sailing
ii \:
from Miami this aftermx aliord the SS Yarmoutht. i for werk-nd: cruise

: to Nassau in the Bahama- .

Mr. Wood and Mr'. Tucker w<.n the trip for themselves, and their

( fI wives, M I result of the ir outstanding homed in the i ii II eceat Parade H-imcs,

with well$ tined kitchen i featuring Hot point equipme nt. Ill* trip was award-

II (>d by KBkWorth Electric and Motpoint Appliances.

CJ.'td, by BtUIC cuts 41 Wilbur O. Eons Jr.. son of Mm.. tars Hurni has re Mr. and Mr. Dave Tarring.

.., ... Mr. sad MM. W. G. Emu. turned home after a two Ion .b..e moved hero from
tin 8th Street 1K. In presently montht visit with relative In Georgia, awl. Ire making then
Cosmotologists Hair StylistsTo Lu enrolled M a cadet in the Army and arouwl Peoria III. She ho... w Avenue. G. NW
ROTC at the University of stayed Ions enough to *ee the

Have Educational florida. Cadet Sun was graduated autumn toll,(. which she Roy Carl-inn Is on a hunting:
Show, Dance from the Winter Haven de High School this past spring.Mr .
Approximately two hundred hair stylist and cosmetologists .Army I'fc. James II. .DrK-..
and Mrs. Paul Sutton sera partielpited in a demon
of llardee
Pasco and Polk Counti are
and children are leaving todayfor tralton of field artillery
expected here this weekend for an area-wide educational a w.'h.ndlllIt In Miami weapons and techniques for New Arrivals

trade show and dance at the Haven Hotel. with Mr*. Sutton's mother, Brig Gn John J Torrey VII
artillery Commander, :\1,. and :Mrs. RUhard F
A dance tomorrow night will open the event with u Corps
Mr. and Mr. Hind II. Rle- hold In Germany. Trupllrt are the parents of a
music being provided by a popular combo. met have returned! to their ton horn at l 9 it's sot yesterday

On Sunday starting at one o'clock the educational home here after a two month :Mr. and \Irl.: Marry Turner 'in the Winter Haven nu<

show will open with a hair styling ccntest lilt in (""-fIny. They returned and family have a* their pltal. The baby weighed In at

climaxing the evening's activities. to the states *ho rd the guest, Mr and Mr. Robert seven" pounds and ten ouncesA
Liner Bermcr. Thornton of Shelby Mont
There will be two gust: artists Michael Angeloof son was horn at U oi a m

Jacksonville and Larry Davis of Orlando. Ed :Mist Jane Stone, daughter Mist Uncli lee Browning, yesterday In the local hasp,

Leonard of the Polychem Company Columbia, S. C., The beau to be held tomorrow by the women of St. Paul's of Mr. and Mr*. Robert JStone daughter of Mr. and Mr. E. tat to :Mr. and :Mrs. Marvin
has tarn II Browning, has been seleeted Wales Thv
pledged \\. Itallllf of Lake
will be on hand to discuss prob'em hair and other interests Episcopal Church promises to be the most outstanding one yet. For months members have of the Greenbrier '
been working on handmade items, for sale at the event. There will be a booth to Interesteveryone. Kappa Delta Sorority at a member baby weighed eight pounds
of the trade. Driiry College Springfield Chorus at GreenbrierCollege and half on u> Working on decoration tor the bazaar are, left to right, Mr Guy VanMarter m fourteen a
All cosmotologists and hair invitedto at eleven Mo where the I I. enrolled *i In Lewbburg! W V*
stylists: are Mrs. Frazier Mooty, Mr*. Jack McKay and Mr*.John LaFrandre. Door will open
attend the events at which Orange Belt Unit No. 12 a.m. 'u.'uw.Gallop: a Junior bliss Stone attemliKlSullini Af our pound. ,im__ .once
: II. :M. Hillings has returned -
folleRe In Virginia prior 1. \Irl.
will be hosts.Finder Club Martha Circle Meeting HeldThe to attorning Drury College. to her home here after p.m daughter yesterday was Latin In th at. com 6 11
a four-months vlalt in Wlnconim -
Martha Circle of the leader, gave a report of business Jerk Jnnti, wm of Mr. and and Ohio. measly' hospital to :Mr and
I Circle Has Installation Holds ElectionMike Grace Lutheran Church met this items transacted at the Board Mrs. I Ichor Jones, was home :Mrs gene; T. Rnlind.Mr. .

week at the home of Mrs. Chester meeting. The coming bazaar was for a weekend visit from Mr. and Mrs. G.1.: Been
Mr*. Linus Bridges was installed work Guild for needy children. Shaffer discussed and a day was set C'hailoiton. S C. where ht li and children have moved" to : and :\Irl. f.lvlnlIn.-
chairman of the Jane The circle will also sponsor a Adams was elected pre*. for the circle to meet for a Rationed with the Navy Winter Haven from Draden- betty are announcing the birth
Finder Circle of Parkland Baptist Sunbeam to be led Club at a meeting .
organization ident of theGallop and .I Mmg on (HthStreet
The devotions were ton, are r* of a seven pound four nunca
Church when members met by Mr. Donald Locke. ''held this week at Rotary opening .
Mr Been I.1
NW *
Mrs. Caramae Mor. daughter blur at 8 IS n >"
this week at the home of Mrs.C. Members were reminded of Park. given by workshopHOSPITAL fork
E. Pabor the Halloween costume party gait after which refreshments NEWSTIIt'RSinVS to Shelley Bonne. Monday in the local hospital'
of homemade coffeecakes County Sthttol Superintendent
officers Installed by to be consisting
Other and covered dish supper Other new officers elected
Mrs. C. C Peebles, of the First held tomorrow night at the rolls and coffee were Mr Mr. and :Mrs Frank Kanv
were: Mike Tucker, vice president ADMISSIONS: Alfred J. Hughe, Ralph
served by the hostess :Mrs Hill
Baptist Church, were: Mrs.WIt. church. Harmon secretary- Mr. and mask are the parent of a
Kay ,
lIam Powel co.chalrman; Mrs. Mrs Fred Williams and Mrs treasurer; Joel Morris and Whiter Haven SIt8fl1t.Kalhlt'.n and daughter Dana, of Poncola "' daughter The junior miss sr

William Powell secretary;Mrs. Donald Locke were welcomed George Jacoby; sergeants-at > The program, presented by Broward Worley James L. Master Clarence E. Week have been visiting with rived It 1'OS;: p m on October
Tom DanleU, treasurer; Mrs. as new members arms.The. Mrs. Elmer Gaede was entitled, Phillip Thorn II Tyler Mr Harrl parent, Mr. end 15th No weight war given.
Pabor. mission study chairman; Individual party cakes in keep. "Your Scent," taken from the Everett L. Amhurgey Mrs. Lakeland Mrs Walker Sexton and son

Mrs. Lou Smith, prayer chair. Ing with the Halloween season first social of the year book "The Woman Beautiful". Marjorie V Brown Mr. Mil Darwood E. Tress Tom, for a few days Mr. Plowden Circle
man; Mrs Joe John, steward were served.SAUCY tor the group will be held November Most people think of scents only ton noatwrlght. bliss Klmbt-r llarrl, who has been serving
ship! ; Mrs. Franklin Attklsson, 21st in the American Legion a* something bought in a cos. ly A Yates. Miss Karen L Lake Alfred with the Navy in 1'enoeoli.
publications; Mrs. Gene Hitch. Building Details will be outlined me tic department to denote their Barker Mix J.nle F Jones. Mr*. Melvin E. Smith I I. "being transferred to Port- Mrs IvaLouParworthprealil.
cock program; Mrs Paul NEW YORK (UPI) Bar. at the November 7th meetingwhen mood or personality. Scents Mrs. Guniile M Owner Mrs. mouth. Vs. od at the Fall meeting ofthellan.
Vaughn, community missions; becue sauce with mild garlic new members are wel- showing the personality of a Earl J Steele Mr*. Richard Ft. MetMr *- nab Plow'hn Missionary Circle
Mrs. James Greenfield, chil flavor is new to the bottled corned Christian woman should be the F. Tuport. Mrs Gene T. Ro *. Fred! Speilht. I),. and Mrs. Kilph Bush of the First Baptist Church which
W. G. Mor. scent of Christ.it is the Incense hold at the home of Mrs.
dren's home; Mrs. sauce field. Suggested uses besides lend Mr II W McDonald have returned to their homeIn WM
row, social; with Mrs. W. R. barbecuing Include serv. of gratitude, the fragrance of Englewood: lake Wile Knithtdown Ind after a H. A. Whltaker
Daughtry and Mrs. David May. ice as a sauce hamburgers, Mrs. Terrell Simpson Jr. and generosity and the myth of dedication William 0 llamorII Mr. Marvin W HttWfAuburndile visit, whh Mr. and Mrs Gene
Mr *
Mrs Robert Thornhlll have been
The community mission proj frankfurters and meat loaf, or Trul she Is a beautiful lfeber.Am.rira.. Swelal guests were Mrs.
act for the month will be con. flavoring or stews, bean elected as additional sponsors woman who < arrles this icent. i Inn City G. James tei4t. orBldont) of theWomen's
as a .
for the club Mr. Verne L Bailey Mr* Mlialonary Union of
clothing to the Needle.glllllllllllllliniMtMIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIHIHIIWWHIlE Mrs. C Hartung, the circle
trlbutlng casseroles or dips Mrs John II Barnes, Mr lol.in Fn...._. the First Bubtlit Church and
Leo Hart. Nubile: Pt No.'': I.:"will h.i a Mr*. Jjmes Kwtlng, viet pr.*.

Valparaiso GuildIs dinre lonlnht and tomorrow Ideal
\I' t""n'L "I tes: TIII'RSIiti'S 111.\lI"S\IJI night' In the new Legion Home Mc..
I r .,0 ".to\o:\ ,1Wt"t Winter' Haven Members pr..t ware
\.L Q} The event each evening U to
; Shown FilmTho Mr lester R:: Itfllllhot'ftd, d nMMJ C rloww.L, S Ball,
E alert at nine mind continue : A
p J O JofaWHi, N
Miss Gloria T. Ayers. Muter Snarl D Elliott
until midnight .
H. tOttoM
Mr Frank Layton Willis Murphy
N Brown *
I II Wesley will he served and l muilc will N J Rob on, ell.
E Curbs, ,
Valparaiso University Cmmfk. George be by a three. piece combo Twltch.ll, Iv* Lou Ppworth, M
U O s Guild, at its quarterly meeting Mauler Larry 8 I lubba. Mr
I There U no charge and the hostiis
Tj1 L Bogardu
: Tuesday evening viewed the John S Doty. Jm.i M Ford!
film Campus With AM.*. Jr. Baby Kimberly A Ford,
E 11(1" The picture with the Mailer' David G f'rllttm.nn/ ,
Irlole5 a diamond Is busd Memorial Chapel at the heartof Jimml G llemby, Demi L
MltMifl fact,. Loot ..i -'i. the campus demonstrated the Ilinion Mrs B L. Jungk
''on. you how i diamond !II unique and special purpose for rmhl. Mi* Cynthia A. Morel
..... 'otI.1 list or we .. ; its exlitence. That at the cen. MraEIItCIf'
Donald I) ,
lo... "omon't., blow' ter of all learning stand Ood, son
I. VARIriYAAe&Pt6E'/ criminal law or J HIM. M pt. Ernest
whether it be ,
Ct. rr.m'10'Tst5 tOO sociology, geography' pr ptllloeoo Sergio and infant daughter
Ct. / die Iii [ thermodynamics or home Mr*. EMI h Vemlew.Dundee .
five '
1p phy 'rareI
Ct.. m1 fQ"CIQJVlOJ '! t rr r
Ii t/i fun I 10D economics
ales t:: $210 sit
eN Ct. ,JIO' '!>O'Ct. 4 Hkhtrd C Campbell| Mm
$eas "laoo Dor@ It slated that if the building Loon Newman
-- are the body and the students Lake O I Lakes
1 >>. are the heart, the faculty I.I Mr Marvin P Cowart
Cityjcvvclers h --- the soul, and a good teacher Is Like Mile
'fIiij worth thousand books.
I Mr*. Jon E r'errln
I NW AuburndaleMaster

IIIIIIINIIIIII/. / Mr* Milton Luna, giving a r*. tor James T Mutford Mr
There Is No Set Rule port' of lie JJ National Guild Jam. K Thompson Mr*. II
Convention held on the campus C Whidden rrntaal III Hiiullic'iiHl I'la/ii
In September, told that the pro) BirUiw lo provide you \\ lthoiiviMilciit ,
eel of tilt National Guild for the Charles D I loyd.. Muter liiinklnu fn MilletS&wcle&
In Hanging Pictures year will be to provide a new Dwiyne Rotiinioa (
I centrally located AdmlMlomBui folk IIi,
Ming. Ira Lee Wll on ; '
d 1. Don't be afraid to hang hang from the bottom upward. ''hln" ('Ily
2. Variety and spice In a Plan for Christmas Work.
your pictures In unexpected a Mn < Ma."ift Wim'it' *n'i' CII KING
place TI'J.n off-ceeter position I' small bar or serving pantry shop and Coffe. on Tudy No.
over s fireplace or IOta, that Is (popular pt .ringplac. timber 17, at tiSO: s m wire infant sonWINTER Ih'llulnr Chttikllliot "", IntllHpocl,1
punctuating s wall of book. when you entertain. You can disc***** The workshop will ,
decorate It with number of ('oaklnll' ; A or on a room divider. The a I roM demonstrations, sug.
determining factor should be small prints grouped together gtlona and displays of things HAYIN
where it wW give you the most where they can I* enjoyed at OM can mak. .* makChrttma VINOSlleutilur
pleasure. If you have a numberof close rang. Trx a nrltd framing more m.an..ul with,home and
odd-siae print that aroo'l Interestingly *hp* effective by themselves, you and an asymmetric hanging comber 29 Idea featuring decor 29
can group together to make s .. shown here. at... from one's garden or Chit ivlnu"*

focal point for your room. I. No two are exactly alike for Christmas related gifts or OCT. ('mrtificvtsas flf "I--It
Shown above s tabk.they wouldbe in the grouping at the t.tt. Horns one can make or teach
Just as effective over a sofa You can combine any number cMMren to make far home,
or In s hallway To Bad t out of pictures as long as the outside nobles and .... d.coratkw, Chews Gr.sndtCTLESS LUAN41nsUsllruwnl
eactly how the irraftfimo area composes Into a and advent wreaths will be pre Opp. Now
win look on s will *4a.. s rectangular or square .ba .. sented. GARDENS ROAD h41arselurtlgngo
dress rehearsal on the floor. Far more Uriereetlng than Just
After you have achieved a two rows t"f three pictures each Refreshment and 4oc ratfcm*) AM: Amerkeet Leylea % l..tllUII

basic square or rectangular I is the grouping shown si the ranted out a HalX/weon theme, l' ,r M>nul fiaasisSI'ECiAld
grouping, number them. Mark right! Centered around a plate, Mr mi Whitman a,'i "l1ton WORLDS LARGEST
extreme height and width with note the outside shape Is rough Luna were hostess, HI5IIV1OKS
a pl.e. of chalk on the wall 1 Ii bnafOf\lI. .


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CommentaryBy Marines To

United PIM International
LONDON (UPI) The nl'< .
British Labor government: t

Prime Minister Harold WiN ,n MADRID, Spain (UPI) -
plans to "work ac'ivily fo AJut!) 30,000 U S Marines will
the admission of Communist f"rm I the beaches of souther'jfal ,
China to the United Nations on Monday In a slmulaieJ .
In the forthcoming U N invasion, described as the I
meetings/ Britain can thus be largest peace time amphibious I
expected to wish firmly a pol r ,. operation In history I
i Ic'v for selling the Peking/ re I a The entire 2nd Marine Dlvislon .
rime In the world organization and other units will he
The Labor manifesto openly transported from the East
I speaks, af the( Labor govern Coast: of the United States to
f'cnt, desire to bring! Commu- hit the beachhead at Huelva,
nit! ; China "Into its propc Spain by landing craft, para.
place" in the U.N. chuto and helicopter
MUIj' I It wit I Labor government A total of 50,000 men win
which first recognized the re take part In the five day ma.
Rime of Mao Tze and neuvers, designated "steel Pike
-lung es "
tahllshed diplomatic relations 1, Spanish navy, marine, army
-J with Peking f air force units also will par.
.. a VI 1I 11Ir The get China into the U N
nolicv Is part of Britain's Intnthn .
ti: press for a revampin"
v and strengthening of the world My Neighbors

L. organization which Labor con. _
... alders as the kev to ultimate ----.:::.....:.
---....'....---..-_ """'' world governmentBritain L.I. .....

intends to support ON BUILDERS BOARD Pete Spencer of I ,..;
Villa Lumber and Villa's 1
NEWSPAPERS HONORED The Optimist Club Issued certificates of appreciation to repre move for the congratulated Village is being '
reorganization of by T L. Whitehead, president of the Builders r
tentative of the newspapers In the Winter Haven area at their meeting Wednesday. Pictured left the U N. Security Council to his election to the board as a trade member. Association of Winter Haven, upon ill .Ji).
I to right are Chuck Hendrlcks of the Tampa Tribune, Don Richie of the Lakeland Ledger, lake Into consideration the .
Charles Goshorn of the Winter Haven News.Chief, Don Strickland, president of the Optimist of
emergence nations and
Club, Paul Tanner who presented the certificates, Dolly Luhrs of the Orlando Sentinel, and Stan shifts in world new INDEPENDENCE Mo A )
Friedman .
Gives Jenkins hospital spokesman, commentIng
On the China Issue the LaboBovernient on former President Harry ,
Is therefore like'
The big vote Increase will In. tell* with United States JI'1I.] S. Truman's unannounced departure -
Georgia Negro Voters crease In the future and so will icv which from a Kansas City == -- ..
wants to the -
keep -
the two.party system In hospital where he had spent .---!-
grow Peking regime of OK As
I the eyes of most political ob. nrffanlrnlion Ifnwpvrr out the, London world Security Risk nine days recuperating from ,-., ...,
servers Is expected! to'move slowly i n and two broken ribs and cuts: I *"e made 'em HO often! I I'm
"I think he just wanted beginning to Miwf '
my cam
carefully because it does not
Swing Election want a head.on collision with WASHINGTON (UPI-An extensive Jenkins "has ever engaged! In fully bad to get home from the paign promises you gotta
Quotes From American China strategy FBI Investigation of Improper acts with them." hospital help me, doc. ."
Early next month Britain I N Walter W. Jenkins has turned These persons were not Identl.
ATLANTA (Uri}-Democrats much Interest and attentlon.ln The News sending nne of her new ministers up no Information that the for fled
and Republicans are beatingthe Florida as this year's preslden- to Peking mer presidential aide had ever DON'T MISS
bushes day and night for till race." The occasion I Is the openingof violated security or been blackmailed After JenIJns' resignation,top
voters as the General Election Adams also added a strictly (Reg US Pat Off) an industrial exhibition because of his arrestson republicans, Including vice
date approaches In the South, neutral observation that no one By United Preis InlvrnsponslSTOCKHOLMFrench which Its morals charges presidential candidate WilliamE
predecessor, the Con- SHRINE
they have a vast potential be. can quarrel with: writer ervpt've' government, had But FBI Director J. Edgar Miller, charged that "such PARADE
cause voter registration Is high "Every vote counts." Marcel Jouhandeau on the re proved ap. Hoover's report to President persons" notoriously were sub.
er than ever before. Negro voter registration in the fuss! by Jean.Paul Sartre to accept Bourd of Trade Johnson said that Jenkins, a 46. ject tc blackmail and matters
Voters are literally waiting South has topped the 2 million the $52.500 Nobel Prize for Douglas year.old father of six, admitted of national security could be In. 12:30 P.M. SATURDAY
Jay of Prime M
be plucked by party workmenand mark Literature: one niter "having engaged In the inde. volved
the close proximity of the There are several arguments "The most beautiful Harold Wilson close as cent acts for which he was ar. (TOMORROW
thing Is OCT. 24th)
races In Dixie make It Imperative about how heavy the Negro to refuse A person becomes soclates will /go for the open rested" on Jan IS, 1959, and The FBI laid Investigation
that each party do Its ut. vote will be One states that bigger when he refuses" Inv ceremony. But the sign. again last Oct 7. "dl 1 not Indicate that any das. Frtm Nett..e South ee itk t. Ctittral, TkM
most to capture these new Negroes are traditionally are that he will use (the orealion Jenkins, a top Johnson aide slUed data had been compro. Route: ,
votes, apathetic about getting to the for a first hand Dock Ilk for 25 years, resigned his White mlsed' East tt Jr<, Nrtk .l Jru Nr( My Hall
Not only is registration up, polls. Another is that many of ins of crohpectt for a closer re House Dost Oct. 14 after dlsrlo.
but the turnout is expected to them, living In rural areas, ATLANTA Allen\ Dulles. Ut'onship' with the Chinese nnthorltios sure that he had been arresteddon
be higher than ever on the Nov, have a more difficult time get. forme, head of the Central In a morals charge the previ.
3 election dateGeorgia's ting to the polls telligenre Agency, predicting More trade Is the key-'n'1: ous week The President or.
1964 voter registration Most observers agree more the new Soviet regime would the political aspects will not I hi dered an Immediate FBI Investigation
for example, Is up to Negroes will vote this year, not continue its policy of tough overlooked. There may be an of Jenkins and the clr, C l .
1,562,000 compared to 1,302,139 Just because of higher registration talk: attempt to normalize the rats cumstances surrounding his ar. ,
In 19GO Florida's Is 2,500,406 but because they are solid "We have no reason to be. lions with Peking "o hr both rest to see If there had been
compared to 2,015,970 In 19CO ly opposed to Barry Goldwater lime that Khrushchev mcccs countries have dipbmi: rela any security violations I 1 11
Alabama has more than a for the same reason the Arlzon. torn will change this policy." lion on charge d' affaires levW In an eight page statement .;EIS :tnn'I7
million registered voters for the an Is so popular among many only Britain' wants them upgraded Thursday night, Hoover said .I e
first time In Its history. That Southern whites. ti tmbassadorial hve'' that many of those Interviewed
figure Is now 1,057,477 Civil rights mean different to Match the status of Franco during the Investigation and
Florida's Secretary of State, things to different people and YONKERS NY Ernest Chinese relations Jenkins himself said the two of Winter Haven
Tom Adams, predicts a record this is the core of the presi Dahlman Jr 21, commentingon Until now Peking he' rrfiK-' incidents for which he was arrested .
turnout in his state and he dentlal campaign In the South. hh Incredible! feat of win to send) an ambassador to London occurred during periodsof
probably speaks for other state There will be a bigger than ning a twin.double harness rae and In allow a British ambassador "extremely Intense emotion. iLJ'
officials when he says ever voter turn-out In the Southon tog payoff two nights in a'row' in Peking al strain and physical exhaus.
"Probably no election In recent Nov :3 and a much more .'I've been doing f'xct'ptional.Iy The British tion."
r..prl'IIt'Itative in
history has attracted so widespread two.party system well lately." Jenkins also told the FBI that First
Peking has
been given I lilt?-
opportunity he had been "enticed" by the .
in the past \I( enter arresting officer In the 1959 In
Into closer contacts with Peking client On both occasions Jenkins .
'< I I' ultra Whatever contract was arrested In the base
t there were have been: ment men's room of the Wash.!
l limited to the barest diplomatic Ington YMCA. The room, de. Federal t
t urlesics scribed by city police as a >
gathering place for sex devl.
3WAYSERVICE ates, has since been closed.
Lions Sponsor Jenkins now is undergoing!
treatment In a Washington hos. helped ///4
pltal for "extreme fatigue" and us
Mil I ',:,ixxj ri-sui The FBI
Glaucoma TestLake Interviewed him at the hospitaland
also talked with more than
50(' II her |pun i IoC'11 i ni/ "ing his
Alfred Lions Club helda background from boyhood to buy a homeThere's
short business session last the present
night The FBI said that Jenkins
SPECIAL President James Telford could recall no other such acts
again urged all over 20 to have other th.1Jthose for "I i i' 1' ,
their eyes tested at the glaucoma Aa!, UIII.'t-<\. .
clinic, Oct. 29. In the "It was his belief that these really no place likea t
Lions Park Youth Center He two experiences had occurred
also reported on the fruit cake after extreme fatigue and imbibing home of your own You JI
sale, now under way, and urged In alcohol; and extensive I
$ all Lions to sell their share, Inter''so m, Mr. lui kins' co. owe it to yourself and your
William Barry of Winter Haven workers and doctors at the
19FOR is scheduled as speakerat White House revealed that he family to get the facts now
next week's meeting, It was was suffering from gross fatigue
ALL 3 announced.. said and overwork," the FBI on how our low-cost loan

The FBI disclosed that Jen. can enable you to buy your
kins "has hal, limited aisocla- R
ROTATE A new high fashion coffee lion with aoi.le Individuals who own house
mug made with a built.In han. to be who many years
1 are alleged or ad.
die and pedestal base comes In
mlttedly are, sex deviates" sooner than
a two-tone plastic that Is break. Bat Hoover said there was no you ever
resistant and dishwasher.safe. Information to In licit* that thought possible.

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But Election I

Unlikely wv Store Hours

RALEIGH, N. C. (UPI)-nar.ry the antl-Catholli vote made its K 9:30 A.M. to 9.00: P.M.
Goldwater is probably the mark in 1928 MONDAY thru SATURDAYANNUALCOAT
most popular COP presidential Local Republican candidate,
nomine/ in the eye. of North Including
were quick t.
Carolina voters since Herbert
identify themselves with Cold-
Hoover carried the state in
hoping to ride on what.
1928. ever popularly wave he might
But the question Is, will he create,"Gavln.Goldwater" post.
be popular enough Nov. 3 to era are plastered all over Oho
put North Carolina In the Re. state SALE

publican column In the presl.Idential Gavin, a Sanford attorney,
race? That has hap. polled 46
per cent of the \ate
pened only once In the past 92 when he was defeated four

years. years ago by Gov. Terry San.
And, will he be popular ford. In North Carolina, this
enough to help make Robert L. was considered an excellent
1 Gavin the first Tar Heel Re. showing for a Republican.
publican governor In 64 years? There is little, If any, doubt
Goldwater's popularity is run. among political observers that
ning high, but no one tnclud. Gavin will do as well, or better, NO IFS NO ANDS NO BUTS YOUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
tog Republicans would deny In his race against Dan K.
that Lyndon Johnson has plentyof Moore, a former Judge and cor. r
friends in North Carolina poratlon lawyer from the moun.
Including the energies of the lain town of Canton.
deep-rooted party organization. Moore calls himself a "mid.
Democrats, while admittingGOP dle.of.the.roader," but I'rener.
strength is growing, are ally viewed as a conservative. 4
confident of victory in all races His views are not as ronserva.
tn this year's general election, live as one of the men he de.
with the exception of a couple sated in the prlmarles-1. Bev. DOUBLE KNITCRESLAN"
of congressional battles In which erly Lake, who heads an or.
Republican victories appear al. ganlxatlon to promote conserva.
most certain. tlsm within the Democratic
Goldwater has picked up party
much support from conservative Retiring Gov. Sanford enthusl. y 2and 3PC.ENSEMBLES.
Democrats, some of whom astlcally supported the Johnson.
sought to get Alabama Gov. Humphre ticket from the be. l1
George Wallace's name on the ginning, but Moore was cool \ l h
ballot Moreover, there appearsto until the President campaigned ((1 Im f(net A lowly
be a swing for conservatism here. Lake flatly said Johnsonand I warm coal that I
within the Democratic party, Humphrey were too liberal wrlgh* lees than
all of which would tend to help for him. 2 pound* AI'Only
the Goldwater cause. Two GOP congressmen V
But any force that could put Charles Raper Jonas of Un.
North Carolina in Goldwater's oolnton In the 8th District, and '
pocket would have to be a James T. Brojhill Lenoir in 99 I
formidable one, Indeed North the 9th are considered sure 13.94
Carolina has traditionally stuck winners In the other seven con. 313
with the Democratic party and tested races, Democratic candl.
has never been one of those dates are expected to win with
Southern states where party ease, with the possible excep.
leaders threatened revolt. tlon of the 4th.
Only twice In the history of There, Congressman Harold NO MONEY DOWN
the Republican party has North D. Cooley, chairman of the / 1.25 weekly
Carolina given it preference in House Agriculture Committee,
a presidential election-In 1872 Is opposed by Republican ;Si 4ert from ltinnlni
when it voted for U. S. Grant James Gardner of Rocky Mount, A
MI w --Ivie to f fl.l ltd'i ii
and in 1928 when it went for who Is waging a vigorous cam. 6, 1 U 1 i vl'i is figure, every rage
Hoover. The carpetbagger vote palgn and could give Cooley a r' < 'ti'sLsit'| nrrvlirmw|
was significant In 1872, while scare look IIIM'rilMl, Norm
i 41b.nJ1 1J I / .
N illi ruvon lilouHI ti
\ .it'k and rich new nil
I DUNDEEDundee .
nIN Reciting (Mull

PTA held their October spent four weeks with her son. I i Junior PeMt/ Junior,
meeting In the school audi. In.law and daughter, Mr. and ( t A Mlnee and Hall Siiet
torlum on Tuesday evening,with Mrs. Charles Kuenzi. Mrs.Hun. 'I
Alfred Powell presiding. Final zeker's visit was due to the illness .
arrangements for the Halloween of her daUGhter.
Carnival were discussed. Mrs.E. Mr and Mrs. Phillip Garett
M Caperton, Haines City, and daughter, Cynthia Lynn,visIted .
was guest speaker. Room award In Georgia during the week.
for most parents present wentto end.
J W, Long's sixth grade. SMI and Mrs. Joe H. Burnett r
Refreshments were served by and children were here from
the fifth grade, sponsored by Jacksonville\ this week for a Vis. ?
Mrs. Valentine Ekbladh, room It with the former'.parents, Mr I. f 0
mother. and Mrs C. E Burnett.Mr. t C
The Carnival will start witha and Mrs. Otto Dempseyhave \
parade, and Judging of cos. arrived from Charleston, 13.99 '
tomes at 4:30 p.m on Satur. S. C., for a visit with the for. t 1 a
day, Oct. 31 A turkey supper mer'i brother and sister.In-law\ ,, 13.99 1t
will be served In the school Mr. and Mrs Jack Dempsey. ; 1FAIiP
cafeteria, beginning at 5 with Also visiting during weekend #
prices per serving being $1,25 with the Dempseys was another t I'f
for adults. brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Room activities will bet first Munroe Dempsey of Moore Ha. I
grade, pony cart ride, cup cake ven This is the first visit of the (
walk, socko game,and Ice cream Otto Dempseys since 1942.
cone sale; second grade, spook Carl Jensen Jr.Is visiting this
house, candy apples and cold week In New York state, wherehe
drink sale, and cake walk; third expects to do some hunting _
grade, magazine and comic book After four months In the north
sale, cartoon film, auction, and Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Leaf are
drive the nail game; fourth back In their Dundee home Mr.
and Mrs Leaf visited their cUU
and linen
grade, baked goods ;
sale, dart game, parcel post; dren and friends, In Michigan 1 y CRUSHED LEATNER LOOK VINYL
fifth grade, coffee party, Hawal- and Minnesota, spent two monthsat
Ian sideshow, and palm reading Iron Mountain, Mich. and tooka JACKET FOR CASUAL WEAR
with fudge treat; sixth grade, sightseeing trip Into Canada ?

King and Queen, supper, novelty
gift booth, and fish pond j I 1A,99
Room mothers, chairmen of Orange JuiceShipment ,
the Modrell III
affair, are Mrs.Bob only
first, Mrs. R. H. Hilton,second; : ,, .
Mrs. Alfred Powell, third; Mrs. :

Henry Hunt, fourth, Mrs. Valen. UpTotal NO MONEY DOWN..US wtthly
Une Ekbladh, fifth; and Mrs
Norman Anderson, sixth. /
movement of frozen \
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hunt have concentrated orange Juice from J'J
purchased the Ball Hardware Florida this season last week
exceeded total from the
store, located In downtown Dun. pack
dee. The store will be known as 1963-64 crop, the Florida Canners I .ev 1+1
Hunt's Hardware. Association rfpnru-1 to WARMTH WITHOUT WEIGHT T ",\ i I Ni ,
The Rev. and Mrs. Homer day.Last
week's movement of I,
from a
Flntet returned
five-week have trip covering 3,800 147,466 gallons lifted the sa
miles and Including visits with son's total to 54,814,6110 r.im COATS OF NEW LAMINATED FABRICS
friends In Chicago, Milwaukeeand pared to the 83,674,426 gallon!
various other places In pack
FCA Executive Vice President 1 1I 1
Wisconsin WarreD Savant noted,how, ) Misses
and tweeds Petite Junior
Mrs Neetle Dean Is here Acrylic ,
still 14 crepes
her ever, that movement Is '
Auburadale for a visit I
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. per cent below a year ago had when left Orion acrylic knits laminated A and Women's Half /
63,467,061 gallons
Cecil: Clark and family,

her sister, Mrs. Pearl tor a Clark.week citrus Movement proce..ou'In retail warehouH'sizes Jut to cozy polyurethane \ Sizes t
Here from Orlando .
end visit with Mr and Mrs. week was 173,971 gallons almost foam I II
exactly the same as the (
James Allen were their daIIcboler Black red royal blue
Mrs Sidney Buck, and corresponding week last season ,

granddaughters Buck and Nancy, Phoebe Cbeetham and ELlen tied. down wfeUe to Inventory 16.718.64 was!!, wtlt some Casual, classic and dressy taupe, beige, black v

from Mrs.Bern Lydia, Jean HUflleker where t. home she 1C0.I five. million lower than a rear styles, some with genuine V and white tweed in /

mouton fur group ,


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Rev Oneness Billy OF JESUS II. FiMh9Mb Tummond CHRIST Attend The Church Of Your Choice WESTWOOD 3ind And BAPTIST MISSIONARY AvenM COld

and Avenue M, NW Lakeland Read

10:00: .m.-Sun. School Ed WtUey Pastor
11.00 a.m.- Sun Worship 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School
1:00: pm.Y.P.C. Meeting 11:00: a.-Morning Worship

7:00 pm.-Evangeliibe Meet. LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange E. N. HUDSON CO. 145; p.m.-Training Union

7:45: p.m.-Wed.. Bible Study MATIIER C. FISHER 1:00: p.-Evening Worship


Eagle Lake FURNITURE CO. W nUr Havens Fm.it REALTORMl Rev Robert Standifer
Rev Carnal Bruce, Putor I t4 INSURANCF 11:00: a-Worship
9;43 a.m.-Sun. School "H.m. .f Qvility Frr.ihre'I l 5, 10;00 a.m.-Sun. School
B.W t0wtm .11 -/"
11:00: I.m.-Morning Worship WPtMM Coerrld REAL -r.l. 1:00: m-Methodilt Youth

700; p.m.-EvingeUiUc ServTuei ttk SnMevAve. J. N.W. ...... ;: WoreH.vo. CY 4.2201 OF FIAYENESTATE ; Fellowship

CY I-04U .. SOS Pept A... N.W. WINTER NEEDS. .... 700; p.m.-Wed.. Choir pray
7'00 p.m.-Mid week service ? .DJ.c. lice

7:30: p.m.-Sec. Thurs. of each
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ASSEMBLY OF GOD It'* "Finper-Lickin' Good" Artm4 StrvlcM e* HM Camtk month Women's Society of

The Rev William 2111602 D Lee .............. e 4 Tear Choke nit Wed Christian 7:30: p.m.-Service Thuri. Prayer
Peeler '
; :
1:45: I.m.-Sun. School ... W W- '. ; Meeting
Morning Worship s 1 BFYMfR: ; :MEMORIAL
: i m -
1:30: p.m.-Chrlit Ambaiiidori I b ThiCk r&a, MtTIIODIST
.. TOO N. Lake Howard Drive
7:00: p.m.-EvtngeliiUc Serv .. ..*-*.- .. 9 r Rev. I.en F. :Cing\ Pastor

Wed.: 11'00 a.-Morning Worship

7:00: p.m.-Prayer and Pralie 5:30: p.-Methodist! Youth

Service 6th St., H.W. 294.2235 Phone 274-2W Fellowship 7 30 p.m.-Evening Worship

DUNDEE 7 30pm-Wed.. Mid.Week
JlIPu114Z '
Rev E. M. Davis : lr The nursery will be open for

10:00: i.m.-Sun. School all worship services
11;00 .m.-Miniitry of Word The PublLx Market
7:30: p.m.-Ev ngeliiUc Serv i'I JJ ST. JOHN'S METHODIST
C : 'I Gardens Read]
Wed.: ? Family ) F North Oil Cypress
730; p.m.-Prayer Meeting QUEEN f l I ah.ppln C.ntw at Lake Roy
r DriveIntinD. i.,-t. Rev William Tiffin, Pastor
EAST SIDE NiU N1rf1 .Where 1:45: a.m.-Worship Service
Dundee Highway, Like Region / 1 c ... f' Iheppins 8:45: .m.-Sunday School

Sub. DivisionR. sal .is ..... I t't I. AFINIYN' 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Paul Wood Pallor : .. -, dJ 3:30 p.m.-Methodist Youth
10:00: i.m.-Sun. School r t iT "i.rlr_ Fellowship
11:00: .m.-Morning Worship ELOISE METHODIST
1:30: p.m.-Youth Service Rev. Troy Hit maker
730; p.m.-EvingeliiUc Serv r Third Street

7:45: p.m.-Thuri. Midweek r I STARPRESSPRINTING 10:00: i.m.-Sun. School
Service 11:00 a.m Morning Worship
ASSEMBLY W 6;30 p.m.-MYF
110 Ida Street 7:30: i.m.-E"'enlng Worship

Leon Boiwell. Pastor ttar FIRST METHODIST
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School IUSINESS Lake Alfred
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 'Church of The Lighted Cro.."
You can read many things in the We can read them in the Bible. INDUSTRY
7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship; Rev. Darold N. Storm
Tuei: human face. It is often the mirror of And In the centuries of man's univerour GOVERNMENT 1:45: a.m.-Church School

1:30: p.m.-C. A. Meeting Tampa Electric Co emotions. It is sometimes the reflection Hal reaching for God. In the prayers (AU Ages)

Wed.: of our character. that a hundred million lips have Nursery clan during Chruch
7:30: p.m-Prayer Meeting School
framed. the hymns and that
NORTH GATE But almost never does the face re- 11:00: a.m.-'Vorshlp ServleeNurtel'
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD veal the needs of the human soul Like generations have echoed. ., n.ihasRCav1VII54)VAE.: .: )' during Morning Wor
Corner or Ave. G, lad, SB
God alone
fully understands the ship
1'1'1 scs.POWNTOws
some artificial mask it look satisfied
Rev. Emerson Jones Pastor
needs of a human soul. lie who created 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship
10:00: .m.-Sun. School when the soul is starving. It can
(Juniors Jr. High Sr. High)
11:00: ..m-Morning/ Worship 1Nhor.ywr look calm when the soul is troubled us knows what is essential for Ills 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Worship

6:30 p.m.-Womin'i Millioniry ur It can look content when the soul is creatures. And when we come to His Informal Bible Study

Council ,.c.r... restless and yearning House trying to understand these deep fACt irl 1:30: p.m.-Fellowship Supper
7:30: p.m.-EvingeliiUc Ambassadors Sere.7SOpmChrist Ih. best.COMFI.ETE. spiritual needs all the while lie is Lilt Frl each month

Wed.: : FRONT END How then can we lead our soul'sneeds supplying them satisfying the hun. FREE METHODIST

7:30: p.m.-Midweek tervlcei Dennis TownMrtd ALIGNMENT. ANA: tilIrkSr ? gers of the soul. SOUTHIAIT PLAZA Rev.I'U Cbadwlck Lake /Ifred Donnally Road Piston

testimonies, special prayer MV">, CY 1-8701 THE CHURCH FOR ALL' ALL FOR THE CHURCH Rev Miriam Donaally,

LAKE IDA Th Church, Uw iraitMl l.ctor krly end support UM Church They Associate Pastor
on Mrth for lh building at ch motor .n, ((1) For hut own Hk. (U) For
Rev. Oils Luke Putor tnd food dlfwrahlp It It Mora- hi.child"n'.rk.(3)F.ru..k.hoiuu ( ) 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School
Virgil Pope Supt. BANK Or .of iplrllual Wlh| Without of hit community and tuition. (4)) P.lk Ctmrft U4a. 11:00: a.m.-Worship
10:00: .m.-Sun. School Bible tmnf Church, nritlwr dfvnocracy For the Mlw of UM Church itwlf CHEVROLET DEALER 6:45: p.m.-Christian Youth
ALFRED nor civil utinn oin ..",IWI. There which needs hit moral and muralupport.
Study .m four nand iManna why tverypmon Pbn to 10 to church' rcfu_ a Crusaders I
11:00: a.m.-Morning/ Worship ao Should Mlrnd MrvlcM segue l.rly.nd rod your BIble dallyCopyright VOLUME SELLING 6:45: p.-Free Methodilt I J
7:43 .m.-Evening EvangeliiUe a GOOD DEALS Youth
'i 1964, Ktutar Advol1i.int Swvic,Ine. Struburf.Vl
7 30 .
a GOOD SERVICE : p m -Evangelistic Service:

ThuriT .: iiBKE Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday TRINITY METHODIST
:43 p.m.-Priyer meeting Qeneiis 1 Samuel Pialms John John II Corinthians James Chevrolet Center CHURCH

BAPTIST 4:1.7 16:6-13 42:1.11: 62534: 6:35.1\1 6:1-10 1:1621 Rev. B. R. Blackburn Pastor

DAVISTAR BAPTIST ., 10 irk 1t..I.W. CY Balsa 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School
Paitor MEMIER DIC. t t" t' 't$ "" 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Rev Letter E. Miller I.
111"". 17.N, of Bartow Air Baa k I'''. : \ ."f I 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship

10:00 11:00:: a a.m.-Sun..m.-Morning Sch'Worship ol This Invitatic>In To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School 6 Nursery:30 p.and m.-M available morning.Y.F. worship.for Sua.

1:30: p.m.-Training Union
7CS: p.m.-Evening Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Wed.: THI GINIRAL ElICTIICs Morrison's Your WINTER HAVEN Sixth St. at Ave. G., N.W.
7CS: p.m.rraver. Bible Study Cell" ATTEND THE STOll LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev. James R. Blackwood

Rev Jamee DUNDEE Hamrlck pallor C."Iy'1 1.16Bch. CHURCH OF YOUR U : Cafeteria Of Commerce Rev. Robert Pastor Farrow, Associate

lshntLindScy 8:30 a.m.-Worihip Service
1:45: a.m.-Sunday School D..I CHOICE SUNDAY I e. 'I For 'id 1:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Sl..e 7 C it. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Hour of
1:30: p.m.-Training Union DINNERft.r Worship

7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship HOME O. City Drug Co. City L M= t1aAA All Kinds.i( luiMlof M.tfrUl 7;oo p.m.-Each Third Sun.,
Thrifty '
7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice Ck.re FHA Presbyteers
Wed t QUALITYLAKE JIM SCOTT Ph.rmt.lt. nn 'tll It.. N.W. CT 3.4121 W. c...... AM L _.aco"wec. :... ill ,", SW. CY 1.211 12:15: Noon. Each Fourth Hon.
7:30: p.-Prayer Meeting Wom n'. Aeooclation.
(::30-p.i m.=Each Second Tuei.

Rev. R. W. Waterman, Pastor James L. Knight Jr. Baptist ALLIANCE ClltRCII SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7;30 p.m-Each Wed. October
10:00: .m.-Sun. School G. Blair McGarveyW Ave. L, Near Sixth St, NW (Mormon June Mid.
School NW Rev, ) Rev. J. G. Wllllami, Pastor wk Chapel Service
Sun. Sulb Street
U:00 ..m.-Preaching 1:45: a m 1HOO Fred Schopke Jr.. S.S. SuptI 11;00 a.m.-Sun. School, pupil US ttII Street. SE
Union 10:45 .-Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
Training :
1:15: p m :43 a.m.-Sun. School up to 20 .ears of age Elder D. L. BrlnkerhoTf. BUhop
7:30 p.m.-Preaching Service 1:45: p.m-Training Union t:4J .m.-Sun. School 10 43 .-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Church Services 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Cypress Gardens Roadat
: a 1:30 -Priesthood
7:45 .-Evening/ Worihip : 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Lake lea
FIRST-OF ELOISE Wed.:p 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 1:30: p.m..-Youth Groupie I 1:00: p.m.-Wed., Testimony 9.30 .m.-Tutl. Relief Society 7:30: p.m.-Tuei..Prayer Meet. Rev William II. Downey Pnlor

Rev Walter E. Matheny, 730; p.-Prayer ServiceIIAVENDALE 8:45: p m.-Training Union :30 p.-Adult! Bible Study Meeting 10:00: a m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.m.-Fri., Young People 1:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School
Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service 7:30: p.m.-Evangebitie Serve I The Reading Room li looted 1:00: p.m.-Sacriment Meeting 'a Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
11;00 .m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p m -Wed. Prayer Wed: at Ave. B and 2nd St.. NW. No evening meeting tint Sun 5:30: p.m.-Junior, Senior High
6:30 p.m.-Training Union Rev Cecil Peacock Pastor Meeting t 7:30: mr-Hour of Power I of each month JEHOVAH WITNESSES Youth g oupaS

7:45: p.-Evening EvangeIliUc 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School prayer Wed.: KINGDOM lULL :15 p.m-Moo. Girl Scout
11:00: a.-Worship Service RULE RANGE CATIIOI CHIRCII Of GOD 7:30: p.m.-K1.AThuri gilt lath Street W. Troup No. S3

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Service 7:00: p.m.-Training Union (Independent>)> ST. JOSEPH I Avenue E and 7th NW .: I 1:00: p.m.-Sun., Public talks 1:45: p.m-Second Tuei, Men's
Wed: 7:30: p.-Evening Worship Pallor Rev. Ray Prinde 4:30: -Primirlei., Children I 7:15: p.m.-Sun., "Watchtower" Dinner
R. Dale Connolly
745; p.m.-Prl'er. Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Wed.-Prayer Meet K 00 a.m.-Sun Simpson. School The Rev Matthew Pastor J. 10.00 a.m.-Sun. School TEMPLE EMANUELLCKEidND 1:00: p.m.Tuei,. "Your Will Be 7:00: a.m.-'Ved.-Men's Break
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFREDO Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship I' Done on Earth' Study fut.
11:00 -Morning
WINTER HAVEN : Avenue M and Ith NW
llorton Pastor FIRST-OF 7:30 .m. Evangelistic Serv. 7:10: .m.Thuri. 8:00 p.m. Wed. Choir
Ckarlea Worship : p p Ministry Re
Rev. Albert Carnett. Pastor 1:30: p m -Evening Sun. MIWCI:-7:30, 9:00. 11:00 S. Lake lloUmgiworth Dr. hearial
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School. Wed.: Holy Day Manet -7:00 Wednesday: School
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship 8:30 a.-Morning Worship 730; p.m.-Prayer Meeting : : 7:30: p.m. YPE and Prayer Rabbi. Shapiro 1:30: p.m.-Thuri., Servo Meet. 7:00: p.m.-Thuri. Boy Scout
-Training Union/ 1:45: .m.-Sun.. School 7:00: p.m.Fint Fri. S:00 p m. Evening Sere Troop No. 545
1:15: 11:00: ..m.-Morning Worship Fr. Mauei-7:00 a.m. meeting Sat 9:00 a.m. Morning Serv, GRACE LUTHERAN .
7;30 p.-Evening 1:45: p.-Training UnionS FIRST CHRISTIAN Weekday Mauei:-7am. Sun. 10.00 a.m. Sunday Sch 4th and Averse C, SE THE SALVATION AR* YTnd
Wed. :00 p.m.-Ev ling Worship (Disciples ef Christ Condition*:-Sat: Eve of Holy WEST WINTER WEN Rev. Ai itt Berathal Pastor St. aid Ave T, NW
T:45 p.m. Bible Study Prayer Wed.: Rev. James N. Barnett, Pastor Day: 4:00: to 5:00-730: to I:30 34th Street NW ST. PUVS EPISCOPAL 115; a.m.-Sun. School Captain W. Whittle
INWOOD Mid.week Prayer 1:30 .m.-Bibl* School A. J. Diacia. Paitor Officer U Charge
FIRST-OF 1:30: p m- : a Seventh St. and j Ave. L, NW 1:15: a.m.-Adult Bible Claus
Pastor 10 43 am-Morning Worship EAGLE LAKECllU'RCII 10:00: a m.-Sun. School. 1:45: a.m.-Sua. School
Rev J. W. Campbell : Rev. Cyril N. Stunup Rector 10:30: a.m.-Service of Worship
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School SOUTH SIDER. Nursery OF CHRIST 11;00 a.m.-Morning Worship Rev C. Lee HOLY COMMUNION 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
U:00 a.-Morning Worship II. Malcolm Pastor 10:43 a.m.-Junior Church (forages L B. Chiilaln. Minister 7:00: p.m.-Evening Evange- 7:30: a.m Holy GOfcerUon. Curate First Sun. Each Month 1:45: p.m.-Young Peoples Legion .
6:45 p.-Training Union Buraey Cowden, 8.S. Svpt 4 through 3)) 10.00 a.m._Bible Study little Eucharist TELEVISION"THIS
.-Sun. Bible School Choir Prae Preaching Worship Sues 9:15: a.m Family Service 7:30: p.m.-Evening
8:00 p.m.-Evening Worship 9.43 a m 1:41: p.m.-Youth 11:00 a m : IS THE LIFE" Worship
Wed.: 11:00: ..m.-Morning Preaching 1:45: p.m.-Cbrlitian Youth I.30 p.m.-Preaching 7:30: p.m.-Priyer Meeting Church School 9:30 a.m.Channel 1 Tuei:
7:30: p.m.-Mid.Week Prayer 7:00: p.m.-Study class for all Fellowship (Senior) Wed: Thuri: 11:00: a.m. Choral Eucharist I 11;00 -Channel 1 4:00: pm.-Sunbeami
ages, Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermit) I 7:30: p.-Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Young People'i En. and Sermon RADIO BROADCASTS 7;30 p.m.-Ladies Home
FIRST-0 WAIINETARifle for men and women 7:45: p.-Evening Worship deavor WEEKDAY SERVICES League
Range Read 1:00: p.m-Evening Evange Wed.: ; 4 TH ST. BAPTIST MISSION Wednesday 7:30: a.m. Holy 10:30-Complete Service Wed.:
Rev Frank Favlt italic i erv. Broadcast WSIR 9.:30 a-Ladiei Bible Clan I Rev II. T. Ward., Paitor ELOISE Eucharist I 7:30: p.m.-Girl Guards
Service 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School Rev W. E. Wright i WGTO (540KC) 7:45: .
9:45 a.m.-Sun. 1:00: p.m.-V:ed.. Prayer Mret Ch'" Friday 9.30 p m -Pr yer Meeting
SUSW Services Is 00 Sun. School a m Holy Eu
a Fri
11:00: a.-Morning Menage leg, Bible Study ZI Seventh 11:00: a m-Preaching m UNAFFIUATED :
7:00 Training Unlor 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship cbariat1MMAMEL I 4:00 .
7:00: p.-Training Union CENTRAL CIIRISTIIN : pm PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH : p m -Junior Choir
>:00 p.-Evening" Sermon JAN,PHYL (Independent) 1.00 pm.-Evening Worship 7:00: p.m-Fverung Worship I 3:00: p.m. Meeting at Uw J C:a 70C; p.m.-Boy Scouts

Wed.' L. B. Overitrerl. Pastor J** Lake Blue Dr. NW Wed.. I Wed: I Club House at Rh Street SE. IUE.4nl.DAY ADVENTUT
8:oo p.m.-Mld.ft'k prayer Corner ./ Recker Highway lad Off llivtBdil Blvd. 7:45: p.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 41 Ave K. 8E
HiUleld Read Wed.: Fri: LUTHERAN
service InipiraUon 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School Delmar D. Dekavlt. Minister 7 30 p.-Bible Study 7 30 p.m.Young People Meet. _1141 SILL St.. NW. !. Uwa4Rev LITIIERN CHVRCII Sat. George N. HUM*
..-Bible School
1.30 :
Central Baptist 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship II MarUi Galitad. Putor"FAMI'Y IN AMERICA
Slith St., Ave. A, NW Union 10:45: .-Morning Worship 34TII STREET CHIRCII OF CENTRAL CHURCH 9.45 a.m.-Sabbath School
HaveMltle Boulevard
1:15 Training w'ORSIIIP0.30 till
: p m -
Rev, R. D. (lodges Pastor 1:30: p.-ChrliUtn Endeavor CHRIST OF CHRIST 11:00: ajn.-Worihip Service
7:30: p.-Evening Worship a.m.-Sun. School Adult Rev Charles Die k 101I. Pastor Sun
10:00: a.m.-&ln. School 7:30: p -Evening Service Urited between Ave. J A k B. J. Chealkam. MiakterK Bible Televiiion:
Study School 9 30 A M
Wed.. Sunday !12.00 Channel |
11:00: -Morning Worship PARKLAND BAPTIST 34tk St. !NW, Winter haves .00 a.m.-Bible Study 10:15 a.m.-Sun. Divine Service Divine Worship 10 30 A.M. for noon- Faith
week service
1:30 .m.-Pre service prayer SI 7:30: p mMid Service Today
: p IMM Eighth Street Bryoa B. C* ley. Minister 11:00: a m -Worihip .
7'30 p.m.Evangeliit preaching Rev Gene IliUhcock, Pastor Wed:Choir rehearsal Sun: ISO: i.m.-Evening Worship NON DfNOM RATIONAL Holy communion First Sun.day Sun Radio:
1:00 p.m.-Wed.. Prayer meetIng (.43 p.m.-JunioriI Din-IN SERVICES each month. 1:30: a.m-WSUN (C0)- The
: 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School 10.00 a.m.-Bible Study : I
Bible itudyLAKE 11:00: a-Morning Worship :IS p.-Sentori 11:00 a.m Worihlp Service 7'30 p.m.-Bible Study I Spotter hy CHURCH OF NAZARENE Tues Voice ol Prophecy

ALFRED 1:45: p.m.-Training Union 1.00 p.m.-Evening Worship BAPTIST Methodist Mea'a Club at Outdoor FIRST CUVRCHMorto :
LAKELAND UNITY PRIMITIVE M. Wright 7:30: p.m.-Prayrr WeetUl,.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1:00: p.m.-Worihip Wed.. Drive HanDi
: -Ia Theater, -
CIIRIST CHVRCIICi.refc Seventh-day Adventist Church
Nerd Lake Blue Drive and 1:41: a m -Suo. School
475 W. llalnei Blvd.It. Wed.: 730; p.m.-Mid-Week i Dale Blvd, c fry Sua 130 a.m.
W. Killlnfiwortk. Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Prayer meeting of ke "Dally Word Ave. Z. NW I Ram or thine 10.50 a.m.-Worship BAPTIST TEMPLE. DUNDEEJack
Supply Minister 8:13: p.-Adult Bible Study Thomas Faster
Oaks A. Meyer, Minister
School I
.-Morning Worship METHODISTELOISE3RD Sunday Devotional 11 a.m. 10:00: a.-Bible Study LAKE ALFREDPRESBYTERIAN IIS: p.m.-Young People 10.00 a.m.-Sua. School
U:00 a.-ChrUt Ambiiiidori STREET Tuesday Musk Club 11:00: a.m Wonhlp Service IIS: p.-Junior Society 11:00 a Morning Worship

6 7:30::30 p p.-Evening Service Rev Pihl D. Swisher 421 E. Park at SuccessSunday I 10:00: a m. Church Service Each 4th Sunday Fellowship Rev David E. Dletiti. Paitor 7'.00 p.m Serv of EvangeUaa 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School 7 30pm-Wed., Uid-Teck Wed.t ..
Wed. 10.00 a.m.-Church School School: 11 e m. School Sunday Serving dinner on the
7:30: p.m.-Priyer, Bible Study 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship | Center: 214 So. Iowa I grounds 11;00 a.n.-Homing Worihlp Service ;30 pm-Mid-Week PrayerI


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A..1:8 G ET AL. ."......L E BROWN. BT AL You, and each 0I..ru'\r.\ UVER LKa, ET: AL. INDEPENDENCE Mo ((1'1'1\I BuYGRANTs

NOTICE OF .1Nendant. DafenduU notified to fll* DefrntUnu F.rm.1'r."Ic1",1 Iht..n '.
NOTICE or srrt claim and demand which yw NOTICE or I nrFU
LLOYD O DOALOJON and TO VIRGIL E BROWN and wile. have against the estate of Mar r A. HOBKRTl and .,iffAlKICIA Truman WM relaxing at his
"".. MARY R. DOALBONWhooe Kuldiar/alw known a* Man Ter ANN ROBERT He nine
NORMA JEAN: BROWN home here today. spent
: Whereabout 1* unknown whow &lid.... I* Itt Jenklne dlk. dc aad. In th* office .of RMh- WHOM Whereabout I* unknown days In a KMMM City hospital Fri. & Sat. Only -.,.
Road, RoMTtll, Georgia ard A Broiuon County Judge. .
You are hereby notified that You are hereby notUted that hi* office In the Court House at You are hereby MUted Ibal for t..tmettt ct two broken ,
ilalntlff haa Instituted suit again plaintiff hu liutltuted suit nautili Rartow, Florida within alt calm ..IIIt.n. ha Instituted ult a aln>t ribs and a cut over his rlhty
In the above styled Court
sou and you In the above styled Court and dar month from October 1<. 11164. you m the above etyM Court and
|lie nature or Mid wit I* a Bill torecloa < hat he nature of Hid suit la a which I I. the date of the tint pub the nature of Hid suit I* a Bill too ..
thoM certain Mortgage,. Bill to Forecloae that certain Mont.Sage Itcatlon of this nolle Each claimor rorectoee that certain Mortgage re The 0.y.rrf>ld Truman, aunpreddable
'corded In Book MO Page 6M recorded In O/R Book *H, demand must b* In wrltlBf. boded In O/R Hook 617, Page 07 M always, left
to/R Book 216.
367 Tag and O Iliook
/ mud Mat the place of rMtdr.netand
Page 140, Polk County
and re-recorded In O/R public rcord of
uManouncfdThurnJay !
717 Pace tit public recodlf adJreu of the claimant Research Hospital
poat office!
Book I'll. Page M public record rda encumbering all the follow
Polk County; Florida, encumber i of Polk County Florida encumbering moot be worn to and mum be Ins dewrtbed real aolal In Polk .

|lng etate all In the Polk followingdeecrlbed County. Florida real tu- all the following deocrtoad real flkd will bot'ome'old aa afornald, or clue. aama County. Florida, t..lt.Boln The former Chief Exertrilve'ccar ui% I IA II9

wit,: wit relate. In Polk County Florida to /./ Margaret Booth rlfei tail of theNmihwMt pulled out of the hospital
Goner of Lot t of
Lot 18 of Lake Silver Terrac.Subdivision ..
Eiccutrlx at 1:OSp
Winter Lot <. Block 4. Leisure Shore. Adam William BubdlvlMun a ambulance driveway
Haven norlda
a* hown by map or pUt thereof Harry E King Plat thereofrecorded the hospital reported.
Map or CST
a* shown by map or pint Box 1197Wlftl.r ahown by m.
recorded In the Orfle of the
thereof recorded In the Offta Clerk of the Circuit Court In Haven Fla. In the Office of the Even the hospital official were
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and for Polk County, florid.In .. Attorney for Eftat* Clerk of the Circuit Court In unaware of his departure.Truman .
In and for Polk County. Finn I Plat Book 46 4 Oct. It 2S SO Nov t. 1K4 and for Polk County. Florida,
cia In Plat Book 18 Page 41. and you are hereby: 'notified Pag to: (II* In Plat Book I. Pag U, run went to his home In '
land you arc hereby notified to till your answer or other pleading to IN TMK: roi'BT or THE COt'NTJIIMIK thence South SO feet thence his ray driven by police U.
I your louver or other pleading tlplalnllfri FOLK COI NT>, Eat M feet. thence North (0 friend
Plaintiff complaint In the off** of Mike Vtegtwood, a close
I complaint In the Office the Clerk of the Circuit I Court and STATE OF FLORIDA fuel them West M lost to \Sy
lot the Clerk of the Circuit CoI.rl.nd mall copy thereof to Summerlln N*. t4.4l.U| Point of Beginning. LBM AND of the Truman family who has \
I. mall copy thereof to Summer and Connor 148 Avenue B. NW, IN THE MATTER or EXCEPT Roadway* of record often served as chauffeur
I Un and Connor 144 Avenue B. NWWinter THE ESTATE OF \I9
Winter Haven Florida. on or before and/or III&M.. Earlier In the day, a hospital
Haven Florida before
on or A L LEWIS
November. 4, suffer tile .
IBM notified to
or and you are hereby Truman .e r
I November 17 1W4 or *uffeiI Drcr.e Pro Confeiao to be entered Decaa** I Deere* Pro Confexo to be enslend NOTICE TO PATRICIA LEWISika your answer or other pleading
in satisfactory" con.
instant was "very
youWITNESS plaintiffs complaint In the Office .....
I entreat you PATRICIA McCOY a/k/n .......
my hand a* the Clerk of Clerk of the Circuit Court dltlon but said there were no .
WITNESS!: my hand ai the Clerk PATRICIA MARLRR. AND AU. the -:
of the above Court and theoral
I above styled UNKNOWN and mall thereof to SummerIn of when he would ".
of the styled Court and the of Hid Court this SeptemberD THE KNOWN AND copy Indications o
seal of Hid Court at Bartow Flo 1864. HHR8 Or THE ESTATE: OF A L and Connor 144 Avenue B. NW be released. I _-.I -- -
I rids thin October 14, 1164 D. H. SLOAN JRIUMMERLINrA l.WWIB. Deceased: Winter Haven Florida on or be {
D. H. SLOAN JR. Circuit Court You and each of you. are hereby tore November IT IM4 or aufter Truman, noted for his robust I[ FULL 82 CHANNEL ]J
Clerk Circuit Court CONNOR notified that a petition for d* Deere Pro Confeno to be entered energy apparently longed to be -. _
SUM II ERLlN A CONNOR .46 Avenue B. NW Irrmlnatlon of heir In the Estate Mtalnt youWITNESS. up and around his home again,
148 Avenue B. NW Winter Haven Florida nf A L Law. ha been filled by my hand a* the Clerk
Winter Haven Florida Oct :2. 0. 18. 23. 1964 Mutton' Kirkland, Attorney for if the above styled Court and the Truman made no statement !
October IS 23 30. Nov I. 1964 Bam Huffimlth, Administrator of .neat of Hid Court at Bartow Fin concerning his chat Wednesday Take the Show 'Wherever, you go
NOTICE nr INTFNTIOV TO Mid estate and that a hearing has ,Ida thl October 14 1W4 with President Johnson, who
Wednesday. Novem.her -
Stunt APPIICATION been set on
FOR 00 br the D. H. SLOAN JR. took time out from a Midwest
IH 1964 at J pm.
MAKE APPLICATION FOR In Re Katau of Honorable RICHARD A. BRON "MERLIN a CONNOR ern campaign swing to make a LIGHTWEIGHT
before the
FINAL VIHCHAROr' HARRY McDOWELL HON County 20.mlnute at the hospital.
mid County Judas at the Court '144 Avenue B. NW stop
In Re Estate of roarer.1 house. Bartow,, Polk County. Florida Winter Haven Florida SCREEN
given that I at which time and place the 3ct U. B. SO. Nov. (. IM4 WITH
Cearer.T" hVtIii.d"mttnr: : Mid County Judge shall make a
T. All Whom It M.y hope a* Sar
Notice I. hereby given that !J rotor of the mate of Harry McDowell determination nf the heir of Mid
have filed my final report a. Ad deceajwd that I hay* filed A I. I'ewl. Dnceaied Den MotherIs
mlnlatrator W/W/A of the eetat. my petition for final discharge. MATTOX A KIRKLAND IN THK ('IK('I IT ('UI KT Of tub
of Minnie If Sharer deceased,. and that I will apply to the Hon lit rhlllp. I'rol..I"n.1ldtr. 1K>TII JlllHIAL tIKMIT lAND >
that 1 have filed foi Richard A Bronann Judge : Winter Haven Florida rOH POLE ((It NTrtOHIDA 9995
my County Attorney for Sam Huff IN! ( "\!\l '.K>
final dlM-harm, and that 1 will of Polk County Florida on the
apply to the Hon. Richard A Bron- ISth day of November 1M4, for approval mnlth Administrator Lewis of Peretned ThePolite VltllKtrN ': HonoredDen only
of A. L. ISIMII-'e.u
eon County Judge of Polk County. of the pant and for tlnaldl..b.nr.
Florida on the 17th day of November a* Fiecutor of the estate NADENE FRANCES:: CREEL
1964 for approval of the name. >f Harry McDowell deceased M I. II IS 10 1M4LKMI Plaintiff
and for final dlecharg a* Admin Thus 30th day of Sentember 1(64 -- -va-
1st rater W/W/A of the estate of Harry S McDowell : !\OTlfK----- ARTHVR CREEL tvdnd.nl Two of Cub Pack 123: :
Minnie M. Sharer deceaied Fxecutor of the. rude nf The State of Florida. Department a surprise tea honoring
III ITITATII' gave .llIy.eye' viewingEquipped
glare you
glass ruta ,
Tinted '
Thin 16th day of Oct. 1964. Harry McDowellRTRAUCHN nf Agriculture Dlvlilon of Plant mother Mrs safety
FLORIDA their den
OF ex ,
Tom B. WalkerAdmlnletrator for all channel reception
Industry will receive Haled bid IM Arthur CreepWhereabouts at the homeof with front.mounted V1IF UHF tuners
W/W/A the estate of Minnie M *255 KALOGRTOIS a m, Tuesday' October 17, 1K>4tc are hereby notified that a'IAt den mother Mrs John Brant Extra sensitive built-in telescoping antenna Up front controls
Sharer. Deceased Magnolia Avenue
be opened at the Dlvlilon of ha. been filed
divorce Jr.
Oct 14 29. 30. Nov t. 1861 Winter Haven Florida Plant Induitry office In Winter Haven for above entitle ley
ugalnit you In the .
Attorney.Drt. for pushing and burning <>( the olme Mrs. Brownyard was presented
for granting
2 t, II 23 1 64 I Ouu Ire.. plus or mina MW and tauee fllalnl praying a divorce and lump with an engraved silver tray

s for preitartnf the Mil for fumlia' um alimony In the um of I/IK II.wh..h by the grateful cubs and their
lion In the vicinity of Polk t ount held thiCletn
t Bid to be submitted at iihce. of um the U Circuit being, Court by Polk mothers. She hud been a den

CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH |:er tree Under this bid. the DIVIn County. Florida. which um wai mother for the past three years,
if Plant Industry will not a the rr.ull of an. overbid relative Kiht Those attending were Mrs
ign any block. for puihlng and rultlni
pals of the property
6th t "A" A..., N.W. bumng with lens than 900 tree. to a foreclosure. action lyld A D Jim Hunter and sons Scott and
The Dlvlilon of Plat Industry Nrwton, Plaintiff v.. A C ('r..1.nd Sean; Mrs Carl Heck and sons
r ierv. the right to reject any and Nadene Creel his wife Defendant .
"The Church Thal'iOn David Tommy and LouannMre.
there- ,
all ur accept any part *. In thi Circuit Court Polk
)1 l or awed In the brat InlareM County Florida bring Car No119641.161 Curtis Shiran and son Curt: Mrs,
The Co for God" >f the Dlvlilon of Plant Industry and that the partial ti Jack Sexy and children Craig,
and If due clrcunuunce beyond forecloiur action and the In .
,1 I.t"t : Roger Danny and Sharon Mrs.
Itt jntrnl Dlvlalon of Plantli Slant action are one and the Mme. ,
.1i ..11Ie forced to terminate thontr.1 and that you are hereby ...quire"to Charles Spacek and son Charles;
the balance of the Co*- spree a copy of your answer mother Mrs Tom Beard and son John; I
322 In Sunday School I.d, would be void. written defi-nie upon MAT
Johnny Danny and Bobby Brant
Additional Information sad Rack KIRKLAND Plalnttfl altorney .
Last Sunday fl al.",n* may b* obtained from theI' *. whoee" addrra I* P"l Ol. Icy, Andy Davit and Dan Drown.

.n of Plant Florida Industry jutt ffiineVpi ** flee loon tIT, Winter Haven Florid ; yar REV. GRAHAM In Winter Haven, before the Itth day o
on or Rawls Mine and
1-liei November A D 104 and bean er, Tommy ?
JARRELL !U with the Clerk <.I the above Myl*<
C, ST. PITUSIUe4Guest fart the original of mid ..n.w.r"r '
never kiiaed me paid written defenses, If an>
SpeakerThis 1 It you fall to do *o Decree. Pro
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Friday, October 23 1964


Johnson Once Against ADA Brooklyn Youth

Three Hungarians Dear Abby Slows Away

Don't Censor Her, Yet But Now Seeks Its SupportWASHINGTON On AirlinerLOS

Defect To U.S. Abigail Van hares .d Humphrey himself has said ANGELES (UPI)-Ju.
(UPI) "I he does not agree with all venue authorities today renewed -
would expect them to be their efforts to return a
such u its stand
-- against me. As a matter of M-year-old airliner stowaway to
TOKYO UPI) 1 wo Hungarian The Russians are known to DEAR ABBY: How do you feel about a How can I get. my father to let me quit piano and fact, I would not eel very como on Communist China his home in Brooklyn.
tourliU and a memberof hive sent home one of their in. woman who Is married and a mother returning take drawing fortable If I had their support" Hollander says ADA leaders Rafael Serrano, who woundup
Russians school to complete her education'! 1 understand do not mind criticism, but that
after other to high
the Hungarian Olympic team terpreters LOVES TO DRAW The speaker was Lyndon B. in Los Angeles after hidingin
In stales it is allowed If she It do like to be quoted ac.
some they
said he had been speaking Johnson his candi. remained in
ilefected to the Amerl;an Embassy announcing a TWA jetliner,
hen United Press Inter about defecting under 18, A 19-year-old mother (shotguniMd) DEAR LOVES TO DRAW Stick with your dacy for the presidency in 1960 curately. juvenile hall while officers
The other will undoubtedly He said for example, that
to return girls
wants ,
With the Olympics ending piano lemons and draw on the side. If you have his
He Amerl. parents
national learned todaj U. S. war talking about tried to contact
and make fuss her and
her by
a over convenient
accept found It
real talent for art perhaps piano teacher "Mr. Miller
is a your
the period
refused to Sunday, present can for Democratic Action through Brooklyn poUce to ar-
Embassy so doing, will appear to approve of her past behalf. But first number of
for will speak to your father In your to overlook quite a
considered the most likely
for his return
comment behavior. She In turn, can instruct them wellin rang
talk It ever with teacher. HE managed to when he said that
It wu learned on reliable defections because many of the married life. I feel for the girl, but I nlso become! a pretty your good musician and draw for Times), of course, change-especially qualifications recognition of Red The youth has been in juv.
source. that one defector wasa athletes have finished competition feel for the good girls who have been rained fun, didn't he? In politics Now, four we 'advocate' enlle custody since Tuesday
member of the Hungarian and are on their own. with high moral standards. I think if such a girl years later,President Johnson's China when his attempt to visit his
canoeing team at the Tokyo Russia and Cuba have taken wants to complete her education the should go running mate Is Sen. Hubert Hollander read from a green grandmother In Puerto Rico
precautions against this possU to a school: outside her district. What do you and for. pamphlet of ADA policy suggestions landed him here.
Olympics now drawing to a DEAR ABBY: We are at the end of our rope, Humphrey, a founder the Democrats' 1964 backfired and
close, bllity by flying their athletes think' so please print this and do a lot of people a big mer vice chairman of ADA. for to show "what Juvenile officers said con.
The other two were tourists home as soon as possible after UPSET IN PENNA. favor We have a neighbor who lives alone except And ADA Is all the way with party platform said about contact would have to be made
who had been staying on a ship their events are completed. for her two dogs and we don't know how LBJ. we actually"have with his parents before ar.
In Tokyo Harbor. DEAR UPSET: : If the girl Is legally entitled many cats Her house stinks, her furniture is Perhaps never in its 17-year Red China It said in part: rangements for his return can
In district of hrr rl'sl.drnre and there is cat hair all the place "The threat to world peace,
UPI learned that all three AuburndaleCommissioners to return to school the filthy over history has ADA enjoyed so be completed
,' Hint's that As for the commotion she She complains that her friends don't want to much notoriety and particularly to peace In
publicity or
defectors were granted entry to might cause, that would depend on her behavior visit her any more She has always been a very thanks to candidates Asia, created by Red China,
the United States and are and that of the other glrli. The school authorities nice person and we don't want to hurt her, but Republican and cannot be underestimated TIME OFF
scheduled to leave Japan are capable of Judging fairly. Give the girl a we Just can't go Into that house, Abby. The odorIs Barry M, Goldwater it Is thus essential that a policy LUTON England (UPl-Bu)
tonight Attend Meeting chance unbelievable. Even her relatives don't visit William E. Miller of containment be devised for
The three contacted the em. her any more. If you print this, she might: see Opening BarrageIn driver Frank Smarzyk
e e e e of the Asia, one simultaneouslyavoids of time off from work
bassy individually, It was AUBURNDALE The entire It and take the hint. his opening speech the tactical absurdity of plenty

learned. The defections were Auburndale City Commission DEAR ABBY: Is !It okay to go out with a FRIENDS BUT NOT VISITORS campaign, Miller called the a jungle war fought by Amerl. and at full pay
not part of an organized con will attend the annual meeting married man If you keep your distance? ADA "unquestionably the most can soldiers and unthinking re. After fellow employees accused '

spiracy. of the Florida League of Munlc. TEMPTED DEAR FRIENDS: The poor soul nerds more influential organization in our liance on nuclear weapons him of writing a letter
Despite Japanese police fears thaa a "hint" she needs professional help Call nation's capital attempting to In
Ipalltles which begins Sunday In "It is also Important that which resulted a police probeof
of mass defections during the Jacksonville. DEAR TEMPTEDI Why don't you ask his one of her relatives and ask them to look In on subvert and transform our gov. there be regularized channelsfor bus driving working hours

Olympic Games, there has been City Manager Bruce Canovais wife (and "keep your distance" when you doT) her Board If of thin Health doesn't should bring be results notified your county tic ernment totalitarianism Into a foreign." soclalls. communication with the they vowed not ta work with

only one other reported case a member of the League's this week Coldwa. Red Chinese it is vital that him.
Soviet merchant And, even ,
thus far A
voting committee and" will assist a e e e ADA in Pelplng have a clear view of
seaman from a Russian tourist with the election of new otacersfor DEAR ABBJ;: am an year-old girl and Problems? Write ABBY Box Los ter has mentioned the our resolution and Intentions: The United County Ommbu'
to 49700
vessel anchored in Tokyo harbor I love to draw Especially horses My piano connection with his "soft onCommunl.m"
the state organization Angeles Calif For personal reply, enclose astamped ignorance could lead to dlsas. Co. told Smarzyk to stay home
defected to the United Special speakers at the event teacher I Is a very good artist and oa\\Is what I addressed envelopeHale charge againstthe trout miscalculations at full pay.
be If have good lesson Johnson administration
States the week before t h I want to I a my
will Include Senator George teacher teaches me how to draw horse and I why, Goldwater asks, does The ADA proposed bringing
Smathers, State Supreme Court like that a lot better than playing the piano 1asked ,Johnson want "the most prom. Red China Into the Geneva dls. OFFICES
Justice E. Harris Drew; and my father :if I could I quit piano and take to write letters? Send one dollar to anent left-wing ADA radical in armament negotiations, permit.

Drew Pearson, nationally yn01-- drawing lessons Instead ana he looked at me Abby, ? 1tWOtt' Angeles. Calif., for Abby'sbooklet. this country to be a heartbeat non-stratetfe trade with
openedWSIR CIted columnistThe like I was crazy or something I can spend hours WRITE. LETTERS FOR ALL ?" ting
OCCASIONS" away from the presidency mainland China and lifting ':i. '
meeting will end Tuesday drawing, and never get tired, but when I practice All of this is not particularly passport barriers against Amer. #1

the piano for half an hour I am worn out. 0: M"Iau.hl Syndic.'.. In, I IAa/ disturbing to Edward; D, Hoi. Ican travel to China '' '

lander, a gray-halred., ruddy. It added: ,. ---Mi'
faced economist who is cnur.man "snouia the over-ail Interestsof !
Wanted of the ADA'S executive the United States seem in "' '- ""
The Who
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Chipmunk SecurityThe committee. the future to make a change in FOR RENT

The ADA does not consider policy appropriate, we should

PRESENTSFootball ( origin of thli timely place, you'll find that if you "Medical attention, he isyit! job for you on the rockpile. Itself a "radical" organization, be prepared to consider the In..
Get me out-" Am I right, Shl'rlCfT""Riabt said Hollander, but it is un.ashamedly illation, together with our allies llngl etfiCOl*r two-room Sulttlilthor
article Is unknown It got complete security you'd101le
appeared liberal of negotiations leading to. on W. Control Ave
said the Sheriff.
recently In the Uel- your freedom. If the "And I dare say the good .
It was founded in 1947 by unIon ward the diplomatic recognition Coup Morrloon'i or oj NW Ird
weln (Iowa) Dally Register itate were to give you everything Sheriff will find a safe easy "And I suppose that the leaders, college professors of mainland China and its ad. at near Car Hall Chains ettorrasae

and we'd like to share control your body and Sheriff will even give you a and former new dealers who mission to the United Nations I" sarpetediOera .

It with our readtri.) soul, I don't believe you'd like free suit of clothes a little felt the need for an independ. not as indications of any moral Now, Modern all oorvlcoolupplitd
that. Wall Street number with horizontal ent political organization to approval of its repressive re. From 137.SO to

Action Once upon a time a young Everett burst out laughing stripes." fight for the ideals of the late rime, but as a means of reestablishing 114000 ear month. Call at *.'m
Everett looked aghast at his channels of I, au NW Sri It. or phone Mrs.0eisrson .
chipmunk named Everett was "Stow it, old timer, stow It) President Franklin D. Roose. .
at CV 1-1121 I e.M.<
graduated from college and You just haven got the word father. "Cut the comedy, internat Ion a I communication. .

TONIGHT came home to visit his father, yet, that'i all. But you'lllearn Pop'" he wailed "Get me out velt.Besides Humphrey, the ADA ." I a.m.
an elderly gentleman who ." he whacked his father Of this place!I" boasts support from such --
"No ," laid Mr. Chip names as Adlai E. Stevenson
1:01 P.M. lived under an oak log near i jovial blow across the son Relnhold Niebuhr Walter l i TO SERVE YOU BETTER
itrlpes "Say sport how about munk, "I'd like you to stay NEW HOURS .
Covlngton, Ky YORK (UPI-Kenneth
Reuther, Arthur Schleslnger Jr.,
COACH'SCORNER The first night: he was home lending me the car tonight? Ward of Ilayden, Stone Inc right here for a few rewardIng days I James Farmer, Dore Schary, DAILY: 7 AM TO 5:30 PM
think find it -
Everett swaggered down the Big dance going on down In says that only time will tell you'll a Wayne Morse and James Mc.

tunnel Into the burrow dining the meadow" whether the recent high In the experience. Gregor Burns
C e e room and helped himself to a Mr. Chipmunk reached Into Dow.Jones Industrial average "Why?" Everett screamed" "ADA has been outspokenly SAT. 7 AM TO 4 PM

Ml P.M. big meal of his father's belt hit pocket for the key.. will be exceeded. "Tell me why, Pop! antl-Communlst since the day it

: clgart a full inch l< long and all "Drive slowly ion Lots of However, Ward says, there la "Because my boy, Mr. was founded',Hollander said NO. DELIVERIES AFTER I PM SATURDAY
PIGSKINPARADE Havana. .. rabbits tearing around In can no evidence at present that another Chipmunk said, "it'll give youa "Our constitution bars Commu.nlsta .
these You be too new peak will not take very good Idea what It's from membership "
"It's nice to have you home dayi can't \\ ,11
Mr. careful" place at a later date He be. like to get complete. security With a membership of o n 1 y rfdcwtb; Building Materials
again, ion, Chipmunk
) "Don't worry about this lad, Haves the market currently Is from the state.. slightly more than 50,000, he
e e e said. "Yep, said Everett
Pop I can drive circles on the defensive and that this Mr. Chipmunk winked at the said, "We deal in the politics of
1:00 P.M. "Must be pre-election setback could very the politics of 1101 lilt St., SW. Phone MM 102
around little old rabbit Sheriff, put on his hat, and ideas rather than
"But, laid Mr. Chipmunk any
well test the recent low in the
walked out of the jail- numbers.
down the
"I you'll soon be that ever came lower
MIAMIINDIANA suppose averages and even carry ataaaa
leaving to look for a job." path but the basic trend still appears I

vs. Everett flicked his cigar to be upward,
Next morning at 7 o'clock
ash onto the rug "Not i
chance Pop. Definitely not I the phone rang beside Mr. Teasel, Patrick, Inc.says that

chance The fact Is I don't like Chipmunk's bed "Sorry to while more time may be neces.

the whole economic! system bother you sir," said a voice, sary for many storks to consol. .
e e today." "but your boy had an accident Idate their recent gains, It con. rental I f1'Ulures.
last night. Smashed up tlnues to regard the current
1:21-10:00: P.M. Mr. Chipmunk twitched I IJrinw.l
whisker ever so slightly a couple of rabbits In a convertible period as selectively bullish --- r o f the
"What's the matter with it, Frankly sir, e. the pourer
Dache l> Co. says that while
been drinking We had to put
SCORES & icnT""No some off the incoming: earnings
him In jail
I e c u r 11 i y," Everett and dividend news may already t
HILITES I chirped "The way I ire It, the "I'll be right over Mr. have been discounted, It be. Jt of
Chipmunk said tensely. : In the Business
state ought to take over Give later Mr. lleves that the market has not
you I fife job, give you a Twenty minutes fully appraised these factors I
ENTER WSIR mug warm place to live give Chipmunk arrived at the jail, The firm believes that price.

you plenty of seeds to eat. a formidable structure the earnings ratios are by no "

GRIDSTAKESSATURDAY give you free medical care chipmunks had built by converting means out of line.AIUABIE MAKINGHISTORY

give you free clothes, give an Iron wash tub andimbedding .
the rim In solid _. ,
)'ou- : ( (
led him toEverett'
rock The Sheriff
Mr. Chipmunk railed
gently cell Everett war Eng (UPD-)
I protesting paw "Now, Just This coastal community in
2:41: P.M. i minute son, I'm proud of alternately yelling and gnawing southwest England has started r -

the American system Lived "on the bars "Lemmeout a fund to buy two I local smug / '

GATORSALABAMA by It all my life I've worked he squawked "Lemmeout filers out of jail because they've : .

hard managed to save a few of this placet"Mr "done the town a great deal of I
vs. teeds every year and we'venot Chipmunk stared sadlyat llood,"
done too badly. The mortgage his son for a moment ST.\H IMirS": I' mdll1g, hiMou --
Then, suddenly, he gave a lit Frank Evans and Gordon STARPRESS
on our log Is fully paid ,Impll' cot ho\\
Hook are serving six months In \n mitst.indini. i Il''l'nl { \ .
up, I war able to lend you tie t.dill limit's in\ the mnkmn ol hi 'loivis
? Everett tail and face six more if theycin't
"What's funny
e e through high school and Chipmunk ol GrowersCixipcidtivt
nnl'I'SII'Book Waverly
screamed "Get me out of raise fine money totaling --'w I the :Vlth .\
1:114:00: P.M. Aggies. And In I year almost $8000 This: fltti.iimc blue IInd gold 44.ne|
or two I think I can retire-" h.rll"! hunk COMIXV.ieilv 30 Yea is of Growth md

FootballScoreboard Everett grinned at him. Mr. Chipmunk put a paw confessed to with photogiaphsol (:
through the ban and patted The pair smug Soivicc >Ki'iphiculU' dupla\ed
"Wise up, Popl Wile up! Why Everett' head "Tell me, ion. dm, 74000 cigarette; and 26 -- clniilN and mvnniny find coupled with a colorful -
beat your brains out? If theIhte'U bottles of liquor. dating back to the lime of
he asked, "are they keepingyou k and descriptive text /
give you everything, b Florida Indian Chiot Tallahassee.
what's the ,erase of scurrying snug and warm? Hotel pro rle're.1 Joan Sym r the famous:

all over the forest trying to "Sure but-" onI voluntary contributor
Coming earn i buck?" "Are they giving you enough said: "I think II'. the town' Y h b' '' STAR PRESS caicfulU' developed and planned the

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I U.S. Wins Basketball 'Hounds Seek _. Burden Of Decision. Lies


Team Race In Olvmoics Win Tonight With Hillsborough Bon IIAYILAND; DefenseBy

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TOKYO (UPI-The t'nlted ver and bronze medals but gymnastics and txxlit 1 nia yiFTh4 Hl'RNDALE' !: -- The Au Hie Winter Haven Blue -Devil doftMive unit. air.,,ul

State clinched the race against failed to add enough gold the lead In thai cm.." u .tj y, '"i Klalt Bloodhounds will he acilalnMd the best in the schools hlsOry and one of tin
Russia for the molt gold med. awards in their strong sports from the'y.S.Amerlrana. '. a homecoming victory best in MM state, faces its moat formidnM. foe of the scdso

ala in the 1064 Olympic Games ear lit', i,.i ,r 1 : the PlMt City Planter tonight when. they meet literally head... with HillshorouUi t I
by whipping the Soviet In bas. in men's track and) :a> I 3 / \> l I.e out for their first win Terrier

ketball tonight" 73.59. In men's swimmim, in i he season when the two Slat fame. set for an 8 p m kickccf at Hill horoll l h ,

That basketball triumph Bobby DownsIn rowing two In shoot c, ._aIn t I.. .HIM meet bd. on tonight in field hi Tampa. has been billedas
gave the U.S. Its 35th gold Aiilmrndale' Cttrus .
women's swlmminr a: two Bowl on* of the top games in
medal of the game for an in. In women's track and! n.> 1, the slide this week In the no by way ol loot and ,iii
he 'Hound
I 3-2
are now
surmountable lead In total \ic.terles Russia won the ml i;' Jolt balance II I share When. Owy have th, t hall! ,H I
a of the Western
i all and M In the Southi
in all
sports: for the first
tn dowui should to he an ,
HB Role championship I.a. Onferentv prove < m< iulning i
-i Florid CMferrnce while crown and a
time since the Soviets chargedto \> >
ell 3.0 In Its final game. u. ish. possible Rriiion MDtrlence Blue Uet I) II i
the front at Melbourne in ,' I Planter off to one olih 2 berth In
Ing with an 8.1 record \ :1 c.: ho. the Htt* football fan sJhonid not t bIo surpriM d i
1956. GAINESVILLE After Florida Slovakia, also 8-1, had t, settle < ir worst starts in years are ship pleysffeThe :hamplon to see HUtooorouKh t 1at< tit tone t
American basketball, nev. 's varsity has visited Alabama for the sliver medal be ause: It .I i m league play and 0-& ta U.. Oral three quarter,

er beaten since the sport waa this. weekend their Baby had lost more sets than t ussla "u dl.I..t Wisher Haven defensive and KtJHlbly. another stun( "

placed on the Olympic calen. Gator understudies host a along the way. Japan ton the week the Bloodhounds lint 11! well" known to Blue Wlnlet Heven subs lad ,m
der In 1936, gave the U.S. Its yet .
visitor, taking on rival FSU bronze '" il RradMtton Southeast il I KAowen They have allowed the geese.
first told medal of the day but 7'30 Saturday night under the Henri Cham martin of:>\\ Itzl'r. 1'1 In a nnnonfer i tee tilt only one touchdown in But h the end the bard< n

that was enough to clinch. the lights at Florida Field. land won the Individual rand I ,r their second win in a row fui games. that to TampaI'lanl of deetiloM will ,fall into tli
team race. Prix dressage ba single The Planters have failwt lar In a II It came at a point the Soviets The Baby Gators under point over Ham Doldt ofcor. licee h ut t
", "' ,' a point their last two o u Auhurmlale. It I I. doubtful they ian contt'n<1
had only 28 gold medals with Freshman coach Dave Fuller
with Russia'
many defending I Lakeland, Chambi-rliin and
tutmiis They were bent last with the Big Blue Seor.l1
five events remaining tonight will sport a semi.two platoon Olympic champion Sere: Mia. week by MeikiimR. conference! ManutM machine

and Saturday. system and use many of the tov third by one point over an. To show the might with ,
'lampion Lake Wale. 38-u Hilmborough is I lavorl'I.I Hut
The Russians scored other
heavilyIn Swiss
offensive tactic which have Gustav Fischer which HlUsborough
and were romped on the week con technicalities' are not lik.l to
four >
sports and won the netted Ilulkinr Anion (.o eslnk nf ills
brother varsity lend, the Winter
big Haven de
overall i ace for total gold 11. Netherlands won the unlimited before SMI, by a strong Bar bother n Calvin Triplet! cuach
a 26.S scoring average in judo gold medal with RANDY RODNCTT, with ball, Winter Haven Junior varsity tow squad tense her allowed an averageof ed eleven Implicitly! thin '
the first four games victory flankerback, collected C3 :ards in three only 93 yards on the ground
more or less expected but nev. c irrlc! and shored In a Rut record don't I mean a I the Scribe' prediction.
TOKYO (UPI) Medal Last year the little Gators ertheless shocking to the Jap. 29 yard scoring pass last rtljht to pace the Pat Blue Devil to a thmu when them two t.lm.nlt".t and) 30 through the air in five

standings after today' com poll. whipped the Seminole frosh 21- anese. Geeslnk bested Japanese 26-0 win over Auburndale It wai; the Ioca1: fourth ;11!i a-tit! victors and tonight's tilt should games That s an average' of ASsIGNFIr0: ntllKTS:
7 on some long bombs by of the season.Blue 1.10'.1:\ ) >.rd, per name NEW YORK (Uf'Ii i I'ntt
Ion at the Olvmoic Games: champion Alto Kamlnaga who be a rough one for biithMiiatv '
Country Gold Silver Bronze quarterback Steve Spurrier finished second Klaus Glahn of | Auhurndalc I hnpla In contrast.. the \\ulir Hrn Hilly Tavlor, w hut w ;a i h I all'd, I u,i II
now a standout the vanitysquad Germany and Ted vi' ofluisi has averaged to replace ailing Phil i.mcllhv .,
U.S.A. 34 26 1.aUSSR. on Ftoronovskl Devil >ed the spoiler| 'mil In pant .
Jayvees Whip .IIIKI, to JIlt) )
arch total ,
23 21 33 of Australia each won bronze Planter trys for thi league ol the New York RIIIIM i ,
medals lintIn each encounter lire thl.cason. Thin, .11\. '
Japan 12 S 7 According to Fuller the Baby own ,lull the Plantori will he ; wissMKnH
iii lirnerhavi
9 18 18 Glahn gained his place In the the musterplualve to the Range" Haiti
Germany Gators have several standouts ,nit t to pull the samp thing on
final tournament olftnmve punch In more club In the
by AmericanIlockey
9 7 defeating Auburndale
Hungary 4
which may next year Bloodouos 26-0 the Hounds tonight the
Western Conference
the The
only League
S. entrant
Italy 8 9 5 blossom Into full.fledge varsity Den .
Campbell of Sacramento Calif.
Australia 8 2 8 stars. ,
Britain 4 12 1 Leading the Gators at quarterback who I id to be helped from the The Winter Haven Blue Devil<< junior v irmly, football tram

Poland 4 5 8 will be a Jacksonville knee arena after re.lnjurlng his right turned off their high powered Off""IIpunt'h In the second l<-,

('zechslvakla 4 4 3 product Harmon Wages. The California school teacher half last night but still managed a 36-0 decision i over the %>

Bulgaria 3 5 2 Wages, at 6.0. 195 pounds is a tried to stay In the match sft. Auburndale! Blood pups.
New Zealand 3 0 2 fine all.around athlete whose er his Injury but' It gave way Scoring four time In the first /half the Baby Devils postal .Tv )

Finland 3 0 1 passing and running abilities five minutes and he retired. their fourth straight win this station and heir( third ihutout

Rumania 2 4 8 forged himself a sterling grid Hungar won the soccer gold Taking the opening klckolf Vote

Turkey 2 3 1 record while playing for Robert by downing Czechoslovakia 2.1 the locals marched 82 yards ?

Sweden 2 2 4 E. Lee High School with Germany third, and India n U running pl.'YI for their >
Denmark 2 1 3 the first touchdown Walker finelly going
Wages last namedto regained fl s 'd hockey crown llallbuck Tony acrosstrots
Yugoslavia 2 1 I the high school year first team from Pakistan" wIth a 1.0 vl<'. Van/ant and fullback Gary seven yard out. Opening for v/ -
Belgium 2 0 1 tori Walker did the toting with the hole, one of many rip
and received
Netherlands 1 4 4 all state squad -- pod through the Auburidale
Canada 1 2 I honorable mention for All- defensive line was massive

Ethiopia 1 0 0 America honors*. tackle Wendell
McMillan and
Bahamas 1 0 0 Wages will be joined in the Going For The GatorrGraves' guard Wayne O'Gwvnn the BALLOT BOM h

France 0 8 8 backfield by halfbacks Bobby |
Switzerland 0 2 1 Down of Winter Haven, John The Devils also tallied I thesecond

Trinidad 0 1 2 Gibson of Anderson. Ind and third and fourth lime,

Korea 0 1 I fullback Wayne McCall of they had the ball In their po

Tunisia 0 1 1 Ocala Downs was a quarterback Best Offense session The second six politer winners !
w.a Mt up by Randy Robnrtt
Cuba 0 1 0 In high school and gamed
Argentina 0 1 0 America laurelsFuller who scouted 39 yards on H
GAINESVILLE -- Florida' game's uuUume Influenced halfback I'
was "
Iran reverie tn Au
0 0 2 taid he will two plc-
unbeaten Gator heading for a burndale, one.fool l.ne Walker
Ghana 0 0 I toon his line and let this first
showdown with the nation' South Carolina picked off again rrached over left li 'kl<-
0 0 I backfield both offense
team No 2 football teem in Tuscaloos three last week with Florida The third touchdown rim
Kenya 0 0 I
and defense
Mexico Saturday,, will be taking: going to a 374 victory and midway through the secuml
0 0 t
Nigeria 0 0 I Admission to the game Is the best offense of the Ray throwing the ball around in a quarter after McMillan counterparl You pick Winner evtiytime you buy products from
$1.00 for high students,
schon\!\ Grave with them. .
er* fashion dictated only by being right tackle Paul Irby
Uruguay 0 0 1
and {200 general. lmlaalon.I For the first time since way out front. pounced on s Btoodpup fumble Villa Lumber You avoid the high( coil ol. building

Graves took Wfr at Florida Grave credits' many source On the next ptey Winter Ha

and brought Pepper Rodgers for the outstanding offensive den quarterback Richard King remodeling or repairing too by buying only the best
Restraining Order Blocks with him a* head offensive production, First of all a* all zeroed in on Roach for s 20

I roach the Gators are averaging ;football expert know the key yard scoring pan Jack ('on in materials, tools and supplies offered by Villa.
over 300 yards of total of i to the offense i I. blocking In nors booted his second extra

tense per contest With 17B 0 I the line and Florida has fatten point of the flight
Braves Move Temporarily rushing and 125.2 passing It i excellent blocking from CoachEd Taking over on the Auburn
out to 3032 dale 21 alter a Bloodpup fourth
come yards every Kensler'i troops I

NEW YORK (UPI) temporary restraining or. game.'I No offense move unless the down Tommy try Woofer failed and quarlerbatk halfback R .
Milwaukee believe the game with I i quarterback are effective and
tlonal League Issued by a
Doug Rolllniovervd the ilitt
C. Giles and without notice to the Alabama Saturday will be. I I thus fir the Gators' "88 ante In four plays A six 1 LJ [ii

officials! were prohibits officials of the defensive game." say 'Troops' of Tom Shannon and jump pat to Larry Swear yard 1 1

the way soon will be from visiting Atlanta at Grave, "but \\r have just !Steve Spurrier have been superlor vngin started the drive climaxed

for the club's transfer time" announced Braves been overwhelmed by our I In every situation by Woolery going over

ta, Manager John McHale showing on offense thus far' Florid s backs have run from the S fury sleet
one yard line ( enter Black a Decker Moore Sprite muses: ,sand
A decision by club a three hour and flve-mln. Not only yard gained have with reckless. abernkm and Hotxrt, Benjamin
Hart shovels 4
opened the bole loolit' types;
the shift had to be pleased Grave, Florida has I given the second effort which on the sneak power plln"l| $5.45 gravel|, Or mortar

Thursday because of a ," McHale quickly scored 107 point In posting i makes the difference hedweenwinning The Winter Haven Jayvee de $ I1,11up $1,49 up gal up 9Sc beg up

ing order Issued by a "counsel for the Braves 40 record an average of 268 and toeing 1 fees unit<< again dismayed. the

kee court that Instructed to proceed per game and has made few Last, but certainly not leant power" that ha held opponent

mediate vote of to have" the re. mistake. losing only two tumbles I In Grave book i i. the lonesome to one TD this MMO.I The h

The Braves order lifted. and having five passe end offense with Charles rW Auburnd to mirni IN.
time In establishing **league said he meeting anticipated as soon an. Intercepted with none of these (Casey as the prime pat target yard rushing In (tile first V *XX _Suirir.

with territory baseball In Georgia. order was lifted which coming in any spot where the !I \. Casey ha caughtp/ for half minus seven In Ike game cL-: 1

Ford Frlck's office a "should be soon." The 322 yard and four TD and The BlmdtjNin recorded two
League president said hs the move and hand only first down In the first two I
Intention to draft t h Towering Tensi
area from the usual three.day waiting the great receivers have quarter, both coming would be waived to con. "We believe 1 we can throw .
League.Atlanta. Hottest Passer Aluminum Paint '
Neal, screen rollerandPegboard panels'
an emergency session to the ball to Casey against any week the Blue IxnlJV ceiling' '
travel Of' door 9r111., : ,2.JQ tray seta: $1,29 up 790... up
the Braves' franchise TALLAHASSEE Florida defense says Grave "And to Bridwtton fur a Me" I I6c up
Pad we'll make the defense prove. game with the ........ Hurn
State have lost Its
Milwaukee County Board j may pots to u. we cast before we .rush canes It is eisected to he
Inked Year restraining or. lion' a* the nation's stingiest trying." their H..fkt fponent in
I have the Braves date
put Florida will work In secret
of court had the I up in this week's Top Ten

source MILWAUKEE close to Atlanta(VPI) asked for league perm!.. t I|In. both prow polls after their this excluded week with The even Gators the press leave Tidies A.......... w II...n fr]
Thursday to make the 1 17 Georgia victory rim Dives II 1
said today to Atlanta for Tuwaloota Friday night at Y rtl* lliHhll* II IM 10 r1
the Brave had signed had Vent Feasts It
Towering Steve Tend 7 30 following a final workoutIn
county fast' 41 HO
tract to move to the before Milwaukee cir I one of his hottest days, blUing Gainesville ...... SMr -.. 15rwpM.
city more than a year Ronold Drechler 1 j 14 of 24 passes for 193 )..rds.frn.1 Nu y t e Sleet .
"You don't think Judge >!' W Pli ie coated steel Steel clotheipolet wheelbarrow Pine| flooring( : I .4"clo'heiline.
have started to build next Tuesday aking went Into the' Georgia Patriots Chiefs .. Leary I ?lc 7'/i' ft.; $6.00 with rubber tire; 'from 4c Hn It up
to show cause why the I game a* the ('OIInlr, leading Peawece SI ustrot.
dlum If things weren't should not be granted an I percentage! patter His season y airman $9.10
sealed and about to Collide TonightBy As...,..,. u n e II nWise.
to keep the team In I total: are now an Impressive ., IU... 1 ,II e a .Ark
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Lovely CARPENTER! work Roofing Remodeling -

Repair ablnat Formica Used Appliance Singer Slant-0-Matic
HandDecoratedSweaters top. All pow.rCIOI.. CY

has immediate opening for out- MADE URAPBB AND To Good 2 bedroom duplex located at

aide ..Ie.maD. No experience ALTERATIONS Blind alllahed COLDSPOT REFRIGERATOR Would like responsible. party to takeover 635 Ave. I. NW. Partly furnished -
-- musters Hickory paymenta on Sinter SlantOMalic completely famished
train BENEFITS t'Is nbto
9 Cu.
we Ft.
Decenary NW CY BetooaMr4Nov $49.95 5UO ElBEag sewing machine -
INCLUDE: (1) Guaranteed t In conaole. Jut Dial, and Prefer year round tenant

Sile 38 to 44 Salary plus commission ------ --- WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR make all fancy stitches. all without Adults only No peti
Winter Haven Drafting Co
attachment. Complete balance
plus car allowance; (2)) Perm- All; typea Commercial.IReald.ntlal 9 Cu. Ft. $35.00 114113 or 17.00 per month Other rentals priced from $50.00
$19.88 to $29.98 Drafting
anent 'ear.round employment; Sal l faction guaranteed FOR WISE SHOPPERS! WESTINGHOUSE FREEZER- and up furnished and unfurnIshed '
and Pension Drawn RIdg I CY 4-1431 FULLY GUARANTEEDPhone
(3)) Hospitiliiition
REFG. 16 Cu. Ft. Frost/ree CallROSA

(JuMMA7 Program Apply at 329 Magnolia 3TF SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME I Take up payments or purchase 2944205Out

Ave., SW, Winter Haven or Winter Haven Floor Surfacing Co for $375. Regular $625 I F. FRASER
of Towners
call CY 4-3201 for interview. Batlnfactlon OuaranteedU ,
Ill 8. First St. Phone CY 4-3891 Call Collect


960 Cypreii ardent Road and rurb girl Apply In penon ---NUR8HIY---: -will keep- ThREE IVORY BROTHERS UPHOI-STERY . . $49.95 Lakeland 683-1535 Phone CY 4-1526 CY 3-4301
Teddy Bear itent auras 5. 1708 6th11TF MOVINII COMPANY
your children while you work 1 EXPERT REFINISHING 2027 2223
Open P A.M. 'til I P.M. at CY S4C2. 3326(6A Agenta ALLIED VAN LINES COMPIHh rAHKIt SELECTION! LEONARD 9 Cu. FtRefg .
Local Dliitanca -- -
WOLFE UPHOL8T1.RY SHOP . . . . .$34.95
13- EXPERIENCED LP ... lervlr Moving 4 Storage 214 Ave A. BE: CY 12710 USED REFRIGERATORS HOUSES 4 APARTMENTS
man Age :20 to 30. Vacatk. medical (| Animals & Call Ullwt 633-7645 Day Night' Rangea Waaher. Dryers FURMSHtD 4 UNFURNISHED
NEWS coverage III. Insurance. setiremptit. ) Supplies Warehouse Off. Bartow Air BaM 2<<)ct. 21 WESTINGHOUSE 9 cu. fit Air Conditioners Recondl ISO.00 4 Up

:: [ fur. advancement uniform benefit If qualified O|'porunlly 230ct 23 i ReC,. . . . . $49.95 toned From .13995. fully and guaranteed Up. JOHNSON Term ATKINS LUtlnga REAL Wanted ESTATE

('all Lakeland 682-0143: for appointment I MALE BOXER Stud Bervlca TELEVISION REPAIRCALL APPLIANCES! Lake Alfred CY 4-1119
COLD 15.TF Registered fawn and white ALUMINUMScreen KELVINATOR 9 cu. ftRefg Phone 172-1139: Nile. 280ct 28

WAVE CY i-SMl. 28-Tr I . . . . $39.95 1721630.27T"
mB ----- I ROOM RENT with private
I GIRLSPart MINIS PINK' POODLE IALON.A TV FRIGIDAIRE 8 ft entrance and private bath Cloae-
Enclosure aCarnortlAwning. 23-8502 Cu Conch peaa '1.110 per bushel). You

; Complete Toy professional,plea available grooming. Phone, ..Wlnduwcreen.. I For TV Repair Transistor l ReC,. . . . . $49.95 nick theml 2 mile. Went of BowlIng In. CY 4-2333 I TF
!! Time Work, 58 EvenIngs 203-17M for put apiHilntm.nl 1K-TF .Bulldliit' ltpueialifiuoALUMINUM Car Radio 30.fl.Guaranteed Green on Yale Rd Charle. BEDROOM efficiency apartmant

$150 & up hourly -- -- -- --- WESTINGHOUSE 12 Cu. ftRefg Jone., realdenca Rowel I 4 Dur- 1MUO' monthly 360 Ava N' Nt
I S 4 H GKtEN! STAMPS ranca Farm Phone FR 1239023- Call I and I CY
CHILD gone to achnol S-galted Let George Do ItAvt 1TF Frostfree . $79.95 between p m 2026
LOTSReguJarly Phone m8068 IS Daily American Saddle Bred Gelding A, 4 6th 8t,. SW 293-6594 6 ROOMS of furniture Including 1-4311

priced at $17.50- 23-26 BHautlfully trained Call Lakeland 27oct. 27 fKNTIIAI FLORIDA RANGES: range and refrigerator Stereo AIR CONDITIONED Lakefront
Mak. Your Appointment Today MU 1-1333 20-28 KLM TKOMIM etc Take over paymenta. 1701 per Apartmnnta Mealy furnUhadAdulta .
2131417I monlh Take all or part. I CY S-nr
CARLTON 117M Weekly

BEAUTY SALON accountant Deelre young college ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE at moderate enpenaeRADIO RANGE . .. . $49.95 SI" NW 19-25
SOUTHEAST PLAZA graduate with accounting major. UlNrATCHFU
Open Every Lvenlng CV 11639 Bend resume to Box A14K6 %) 1520: Havendale USED ALUMINUM BHFETS-prea. ATTENTION: Room with private
Newa' .Chief. 22-25 TRIMMING (CAVITY DFMOflS .TI' WESTINGHOUSE 40" plates 23" s 36" 25c each up balh. Nice neighborhood Conveniently .
11 ITBrtnglt't .
BUY uaed appliances) | and furniturs IN(1, CABlJNfl RE BKTTINdComplete RANGE . . . $76.95PHILCO 10 20 plates: >>-39 plain ISo each; located 1079 Ava O. NE
and we sell used anllanceaand Free KMImatna 40100 plates ale eacli 100 294-2212 after 4 00 :20-26
: over or
San furniture BROOKS AI PLIANCFB K'inuh :
WANTED: Part-time waltreaa Call SrRVIC .
Inc each.
plate Excellent for ---
WHEEL CHAIRS 40" RANGE $69.95 many
Marco Reitaurant Apply In perann A FVRNlTURb. 2951 Havendala CY 19436 15-Nov 15 home and farm u.... Re-roof dog LAKEFRONT nicely furnlahed
Jewelry 13-TK Blvd. I-TF 4 bird houses with them. use a. apartment.. Conveniently located
---- -- --- --- HOTPOINT 40" RANGE $5995 tiding on farm bulldlnga At the Cloae-ln Call 294-2129 1629HOUSE i

133 Third Street BW I WANTED I WANTFD to Buy 1mm automatic FIRE EXTINGUISHER WHEEL: CHAIRS for rent Also lewa-Chlef Office 124 3rd Bt.
Cocktail WaltreaaMum
% Block South of Foil Office be neat 4 dependable Apply I electric eye preferably motor Ilo.|,Ital Bode. Crutchea. Walkeratummodee CROSLEY 40" RANGE $39.95 I NW. 7TFLlguKtrum FURNISHED I
driven but nit euentlal. Movie OR UNFURNISHED
Godfrey R'-ntais. CY --
QiaUtr Watch ud LaMond., Steak House 4Lounge I- camera for rich and permlailon to 12411 176 Ate A. NW 14-TF ;; 20c: Hlblacu.. 25c up. Reasonable. desirable location
Jewelry' Repair Cyprraa Gardena Road I have It checked by recognlied I,h toreialr FIRE FXTINOUIBIlFR BALKS WASHERS. Hawalln Hybrid II 00 up. Dogwood Close shopping. town See owner I
19-TF lab. Reply Jay Dunlap Ron SERVICE C02 Recharging. 8072Kth 50c up. All kinds of ahada tree 33U: Ava Q. St.-2932415
1----- A.I4h6. % Nnwa-Chlef t.TF 81. NW Winter Haven Fla VACUUM CLEANERS MAYTAG WRINGER I and house plant.VAILLANCOURT. 20-2
I 29J-I3C7 24 Hr. Service 2-TF
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17-Oct, 11 I WANTEDAdult ---- WASHER . . $59.95 NURSERY
1 WANT TO BUY: Freeirr capacity 311 Oak Bt Auburndala
minimum 2MI Iba Aim window 23-26 INTERESTING air conditioned
FACED WITH A DRINKING I tight air conditioner with heatigrapacity RE-WEAVING PARTS 4 KhRVlCE for Kirby, REPO. WHIRLPOOL WASHER I room. and kitchenette.. Next'. to
carrier for well established Southeast Plata CY X9U6 1 Nov. I
minimum 16000 BTU Call Hoover Electrolux and all other 2 Speed 2 Cycle. Excellent I
PROBLEM route. Ideal for retired or I lalnea City, 432-1174: Hi un I to 12 Proc pickup. d..livery and cell PULVERIZED PEAT CY 1-2650 woodframe
Condo Original Price $249 Dundee Road. Robert J. FURNISHED 3 bedroom
1 to 5 :20-TF I
aemi retired Call Bobby Burns Moth Hnlea TearaFxpertly hou.e In Elolae Electric
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person SUtVICL PhonelY Blackwelder 1J-TF
Alcoholics -- !
Perhaps Anonymoua I -- -- Re-Woven Sale Price . $100 kitchen bath Water furnl.hed CY
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McKown, Circulation Manager WANTED TO BUY: I Commerciali 343U
CaD Help I SMARTT R KWEAVINGSt 7 Nov. I lout FORD pick-up truck I HP 3-697 2326
u.ed For
derp fryer ch.rrbkitchen.
CY 3.2191 or after S p.m.I 294-219. ; WESTINGHOUSE DRYER gas engine and large apaca heater '
Call 3225
Write to Poet Office Box 1018 CY32414. I,633 POP AVE CY J3739labllnhed Repo. High speed Used Ap CY 1.5307. 22-25 2-BEDROOM houM. water furnl.h-
:( 1949 ed 110.00 per week or 112 M with
or Call 2941447 21.Nov. 21 AUTO SERVICE prox 10 Times Original electricity furnished 1615 7th Bt

23-TF ((8)) Automotive I Price $169.95 . Now $80.00 2 DEARBORN gao heaters 15000 BW: CY M7S9 23-3d
Weekly Meeting Open to the BTU each In good condition
BUILDING REPAIRSFor -DODOEAith WO 73274 23-29 NICE' : clean furnl.hed apartment.
Public Tuesday, 1:15: p.m. TWO waitresses wanted Air con rlaed factory Service On TELEVISIONS one or two bedroom. Water fur
dltlon.d Haven club Licellent Chryaler Plymouth .l..ancer BOX 8PRIVO8 Mattreia Refrigeretors nlahed Some near town 55.00 and
Salary. Apply after i 80 p.m37Oct. Ua. or Electric t Ranges'
Polk County Health Building Valiant PIIILCO 21" BLONDE CON. up 293-6959 1121
81 malt repair lobi rail ra FLOYD noBHa'S 'JTORS TV.'. Dinette.. Bofaa Chair.:, Ta-
27.TF tired builder .. 621 Sixth Bt. SW :l i.4101 SOLE 3 Yrs Old. $100 ble. and Lamp. New' rebuilt lit floor apartment Walking die-
CY 3 247U floor .ample.. |1 00 up.
19 Nov. 19 ta nee to town and lake Quietand
WAITRESS wanted Neat and de.pendable 25.T' DUMONT 21" TABLE MODELTV WAREHOUSE FURNITURE 52 lIlt clean Adults plea. 661 A va.
Apply at Sundown Real.uranl > ---- St. 19-25
((I-A) Instructions bttween lOOp m. and lOu SAVE Sf5 . $39.95 NW B. NW. SiTVFURNISHED
\ pm 1:00: p.m. and 11:00: pm On building new homes ALBO CAMPING TRAILERS
19-TF repair work Qualified bulldrraRelerenrea DUMONT 21" CONSOLETV Modem & Miscellaneous cottage on lake
t Large living room bedroom bath
IBM. 1964 CHEVROLET BELAlR 4 213-8 82 I . . $49.95 Merchandise Auction and kll..hon..1.hI.. and water fur-
KEY PUNCH WANTED' Whit lady ai ahorl order t3-Tr -_ nlnhcd 150.00. CY 3.101I1. 23.2(
DR. V8 Full Power. Factory -
cook Apply In I* son. Cypress sI Oy ZENITH 17" PORTABLE TV
Learn InS Oardeni Lanei. 699 CypressUardofle AIr. Friday site It Every Friday nit. 1BFDROOM APARTMENTS FOR
Waeka i> Rd. 22-25: /AMPER P With Roll A-Round RENT Reaaonabl. CY "3 t2.

Day School 1961 TEMPEST 4 DR. WAGON Painting Papering I ['i"r--i Stand .. . $69.95 Baxla's Auction Gallerie IITT

14 Weik. In CASH IN Fully Equipped Inc: Air RepairingI. RCA 21" CONSOLE TV 4208 Hwy 12 W. Lakeland BEDROOM furnlnhed apartmenton
Night' School Condo GET THE BEST Lake Silver Drive Silver Cre.t
Salt ...vicc Rentals Ripo New set warranty Phone: MU 1031 Apartments. Call CY 1-9770 or
LAKELAND BUSINESS On the Christmas Selling Sea J. McCOY juallly work FI..OHIDA WHOLESALE DIST Inc Uted 80 Days 293-13SO 2-TF
1957 CHEVROLET WAGON 4 Havendale Blvd 2a-7ft Approx.
munxhl| fast clean and reaaonalle mER's
INSTITUTE, INC. aon Be an Avon Representative DR. 8 Cl 1 Auto Tran Hi.,.... ('Y 36MHI\ 116 4th 14.IV Originally $28995 WEA COOLING COMFORTABLE small house. 1.
401 W Peachtre. on Lake Wire in your neighborhood: MM I Jut. II i VIII 17.TF SA LiCE $209.II o bedroom livIng room V hen
Lakuland Florida Rill rxlrit: CM.an1B60 I A and bath Carport and >.cr..nedpo..h.
MU (MM Write P.O. Box 1301 or FORD FA1RLANE "500' I PAINTING Sleeps 6. Cloae.out prioaa KM! up I I SINGER DELUXE SLANT WANT AD RESULTS ARE 14771. South Eloise Loop Road.2225 CY
I-Nov. 5 Call 6824137 airland) Bank Rate financing a. 'lew a. 116
4 Pit> Auto T ''II i PMIbxtra month Rmali, I. u r pal mi nl by MATIC SEWING MACHINEwith STILL "RED HOT" I MODERN bedroor,, IIP.rlm.nl
2123 rinl:i' >'our 'rl.: n40. Attachment Looks like
LEARN Clean. 1- JOHN: .S APP1. A:.I lI:8.: Hwy furnl.hed for rent All electric
kitchen and heat Close to
SHORThAND hone CY 1.Wllxarelul I 17-92 !Lake Alfred 372-1139 I New Originally (23995 649 Ave SW. To CY
A. wa phone
(Speedwrltlng) ANYONE CAN MAKE A Floy 1 (VMotors ,..t. Work by Hour ..r hutlmale 6-Nn" I I 28-Ort 23 SALE PRICE $100 ((10-A) Boats & Motors I II II 3-7211. Suprlna 23-26

Day School USING THE MARINE SUPPLIES WITH 78 Speed Record BOATS .31 00 up Canoes. Sail Furnl.hed UnfurnUhedF
Changer As It $10.00 boala Electric outboard. 15995. 8UTCLIFFE REALTOR
II Week. In tour Dodge" Ofiler TRIUMPH CYCItS" I Air coiled outboard.. |99.50. CY 4.4131 E.... CY 372137TF

Might' School CLASSIFIED ADS 221 6th St., SW CY 34101 Marina Artnaorlea (LO8K OUT. I Self sterling and .IH'rl. model CORTbLLO Havendile 293-8653.
40'% Viscount on all N.i M ne> U wn >>-2&I"A
22.25 acreaaorlea they 9-9 p m Daily All Day Saturday
U>RIUADI8TRIKITOR8. Wiltl.ESAI.E LAKtLAXD; CYI'LE ('0. 143 bedroom. 190 to 175 4
INSTITUTE, INC. ((3)) Situation WantedRhFlNED INC I For Rent Unf. Co 934 6th Bt
:3013rd8t BW CY 4-3332 & APPLIANCE ( ) ::rw.lJ y.Ij27W.all'!
401 Peachtre. Wire
W. Lake 16 TF
on W ">liD lalaxlo MM 4-d mr. V-x ,11!7 llavendalr Ulvd 293-79JO: "'Nov. I
Lakeland Florida autimatlr Kll I> 8. Sharp |i n19H3 27TF SERVICE CENTERAve.
MU MUM : lady desires' work an CY: "783&. .21 St. NW CY 4-321 FOR RENT: Nice fumLhed J-bed
D & 4th ,
I BEDROOM 1 BATH DrapeaRange room duple 294-2495 2126
5Nov 5 l 'In ('lurioulauuhums
VThJ\ lady SAW SHARPENING 2225 Rrf. washing machine
I | ft CY S-7777 23-J6 OAI.AXII!: 500 1-d.Nr, hardtop I FIX-IT SHOP 1x56 4th SI. BE 1150 per month 1 BEDROOM fumUihed apartment.
4(18 engine. I carburatnra, 4 on -- ----- BEASI.EY REALTY CO. lat 6th8t 195 month ATHERTON REALTY
the floor. seat bells, R/ll black .. CY 3-2757 11-23 543 W Central Ave y-4-KM
LAST CLASS OF TilE YEAR Sawn. Shear. Txln han ned OFFER NW.
( Lost & Found (lET AIIAINTFI
(4)) with black and while Interior txcellent
Quick nervlre on toantera. steam .Mm da) brought In W. fix rI.u'ba. eve KPFdAL --- -- ----
forPROSPECTIVE rondlllin IIM9B III fan be Inni. .perculatnri electric blankets.clotks. rle,'tr blank.'H our PHILLIPSBAW While They Last BFDROOM)( with Florida room
BROKERS aeen at till Ava M. NK after I | vacu mi cleanera Phillip ... SERVICE: SHOP Back ALL NEW HMOHDH hiS 00. VARNER REALTY CY LAKE: HOWARD Drive Apart

It SALESMEN IX38T Uerman allda camera on pm or call Lakeland IfiJ'514t.l.TF. Fix-It Shop Corner 34lh and O, NW K,,>> Korncr corner Avenue U ftMlh Nonaual 1397 Singles IN 1-6454. 22-25 menta. 1 or 1 efficiency unite.
Lake Cannin Brain Sunday Reward lnwool back of Ko.y-Koriter. Ion-cd. Phone ;294-31M, Stereo 1397 -- ----I Corner of take Howard Drive 770
Write MrNichols Phone ;294:1133, 33-Nov, 23 19-Nov 11V'"C FOR RENT Modern unfurnlahed
or come by i9.7 rilFVROLKT ,-, 'N'-harllnpRAII ; WINTER HAVEN: TV Ave D SW
Beginning tillS Spirit Lake Rd Jan' 2 bedrw m houae Air conditioned
I, V-*. automatic, lood condl JNot
Bank and Downtown -
Fla Exchange
7:M P.M. MONDAY NOV. I Phyl Vlllaxe, Winter Haven Near 2225
2113ITRAYRD lion IJ960U. CY 42062: H-39 I '- -- Suitable for 0111.... Adult
---- -- --
2911141 13 TFIIOL8E8
" AtHAVEN --- brIton fUR IAI.R 4 .Id i standard trant- I STRAWBERRY plants IhorehillRoad Referencea_ :-. 2-BEDROOM air conditioned home
atolen I
or mission Io.r.llftnl: oondlllon Phi,... 1 '. miie Soulh gn 0(4 Win- Ava. P NW Near Ills St. Close
: HOTEL tine Black Angus and Brahma ((8)) Automotive ( ) Business Opportunity for rent One *-bedroom
One while face If found call 2D4-25&6 21-. 1(9) ten Haven Lakeland Road-2\3 9374wTr: I to .hopping. Phone 21-1692 or ;24
I I and two bedroom.. In Eagle 2777 13-TF
i --- ---
293-4677 after Sunday. Reward 23-M Lake CY 1-3504. IS-tt
t, NO DOWN 1W4 VALIANT Station WITH turrhaaa of31oe Luatre I BEDROOM furnished apartment
PADGETT Bmall equity or car .. wallnn'j j rent Iwtrie Carpet Bhampoorrfor I UN FT.RN" ISHED 1 Bedroom horn Ground floor 601 Ave. L. NE.
((5)) House Trailers PAYMENT ment 183 Ml month ('Y I-MI1 : WANTED mlv II ou per day John Bo-1 at corner of I7th 4 Ave 8. NW ..T)'
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL land Hardware 21-23 : 1M BEASLEY REALTY CO. 934 --- "
-- -- --- CY 1-2T97 1123ATTRACTIVE NICE weeT
An ambitinus itt a n w h enSole 6th St NW r SO per
Phone mow Trailers with and without Cabana arty wllh aood credit to aaaiimebalance I9M FORD V.I. steel bed flood for 10 b. .n mepoodlesotel USED owing. machine clearance Quiet Prlv entrance CY 4-154.
LAKE. DfctH TRAILER AHK on 1961 Rambler with low find hauling IJ7500. FK 13llt M..II."t. Flue n-elks whit I Ih i laet Sowing Machine 1-bednom home 23-
82 Inquire at 0 I 11 c t. Tele|,h,,i..- mlleaire Be. at take Region Hank 110 Thalma Lake Alfred 22-25 I M,, training In Service at*. Exchani 45 6th Bt NW' 213-13911. Buna furniture Separata garage
294-1M4 15-Mov I 15 Han Merahand.a,n. and I.,. ITIUSED Large corner: lot. Screened porch
--- --- 2H7 v... The Pure Ol, Campany overlooking garden and fruit t..... ((13)) Real Estate For Sale
SEE: : TIlE: NEW II wide Detr.,Herat -- 8IKEDOMKTER: Tachometer hue a medarn '..II.hoII', let of World Boob In food '\"r."t.M. Gene Cooper. Realtor -
((2)Help) Wanted Lake Shore Court. ISIS Hw, 19M DeBiito Standard Tranamla-' Complete eervlc. and new cablea. Station far laaaa an tee Cy "".IIU"n ('all 2M.SM1 after 6'00) .., TV1I35 20267M
92 Weal Auburndale. 2U-TF aim new tires. awHt condition I I. ft J Service 1U Slit Bt BW I press Girdle Ha.decor the pm 1.TF
----- -- IMJ! UO I'h ne 2I+1l1 3147llioi(7iiE 'Y M1M: 1TF new Ptloa I"." ,,,, C.ntarreildent Hat Court NW. 1 Bedroom Un- LAKE!: ELBERT F.ISTATEI3Itedresma.
MOBILE HOMES icC Soutitsast Wietoe. H.v... VSED Pcisideir- Refrfeeratar for furnl.hed home. M5 BRASLEY: 2 batha lamlly room.
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY 111III Modi-la 10 and 13 wide in ; 4'd, r sedan, R/ll .al area Will requ... Mir liMJO TY MM4 ZJ94 AnA REALTY CO. 934 6th It. I.W. CY double laraie central heat and
atock 12' a 60 a. 14.35. Let ua dr vr new Urea One owner, Excellent. i ((8-A) Business aama capital fee alack and NW 1113 3-1717. Jl231BF43ROOM air carpet drapea. dlahwuhar 9MIMfc
Experienced General Motora you to the factory al own axp< ".. condition Phone FR I-U35 2MSM ; Property equipment, tntereatadt Call ----- It. NE 2994187 30-Oct 30
O f. Driver f. O. unturnlanad h_. ------- -- -
-- pick your coach It i d7u ai --- ae wrte POl.Y FOAM RUBBER
Mechanic. Good Working Con low aa |3.9V8. lot floor plan* I Ichooae CHEVY VI. Dir/ Hurst Shin I ins a&9. Phone 383-5543. BRINi; Vt HR PATTEKN-WELL AtHERTON REALTY 543 W.

ditloni fringe benefit, hoipltalliation 'rom.CYPRUS. Dunlov Cam W/W '.91. CY 019119:'" New. .mart modern. I Winter Hivan 'tIT WHII.E YOU WAIT LOW Central CY 41284. 11-TF 2300 12th St., NW
OARDRM MOBILI- ,3144.. JIM entrally l located "all 132 PRH E FORD TRIM SHOP 5nl "" -
See Gil Hall or Steve PARK AND TRAILER BALLSCY 11/01- Street: NW CY 14131 at 11 ;11 I I Are B NW IY 3-011 :>>Tr LAROE clean unfurnlehed. house SPACIOUS HOME IN
Holmi At. 1-494 CHEVROIRT truck 4-apeed --- and else furnlahed aBartmentCloae
Vk Miles East of Cypreaa Oartl T... tranamlailon I new "".. camper RIBRER STAMPS For Cherllrndoreen -In. 2911441, 21-M CHOICE LOCATIONPrice
2. .o body We will take $*w and take .. r"t signature. other
GIL HALL BUCK I up pavmenta! or either a god used BtlLDINO 25c Car Wash purposes I

:Ml Mh 81, NW CY HUt ,'ar 293-2M. 1336"ADILLAI' Induatrlal TOWN I,locatkn commercial: Only $14000 acreair For THIMBNDOUt HtTUMN. eali i 1'< k1aI"m; : STAR 112)) For Rent Fum. reduced from 111.500 to
I PRE88 Ph"B, "Y 4M 1(1 Are I 114 ItO 1MB ft ol livIng area. S-Br
((5-A & II call JIM BROWN REALTOR.$39Ol3 .
) Moving Storage .
1J-TF levees .
I II \ :IS(9) -_ 'n a ca r> "peratn5 A. NW .TVPRINTERS 3 tiled batha lane ,.It.. with tile
I sale
I9M/ fr with autProttct floors LR. 33 30 with fireplace
EXPERIENCED curb gIrl Mud Urea runt ("wnl Maka Offer (all Your Inv.stment I ON CHAIN: OF LAKE -141 kitchen. patio .lauadry l room workshop -
31 Apply In pereon Jack and IMPERIAL MOVINO ft iTORA' '.' ""Y:11113.: I.TF Business Don't Buy Blind r..v """" ",- I I Bedroom 'houaekeeplng cottajrea.Alao 1 car .a..... lifetime. roof
-- ( ) Opportunities room Montkly weekly rmleaBewli
Betty U-* Prompt and efficient! aenrlceall T I ,, treelake acceee lot 1. i I4S
movIng seeds I I Write t. ledsn.Sols. lediacatedSy 1 nahtnf l1Jft.Il.ACOUItT Wall 4 eelllac lutallallos. 1 AiC
WHITE lady for Thurch nureerywork CY your 1-4194 for free eatlm' ::1 and sos the CADILLAC l $ | MOTEL. Hwy 17 Nae k 11 TOO dews Oall: CY 3-9-9 or Bar.

Sunday and epeclal ac- Agents f.'r Allaa Van lInse.sorting se tbs iedv.trp and be assured. 2TTFrURNMeM low 1114171 1-TF
Owner Must
MAYTAOHK.HLASOt.il ., .... X
tap qual" tr and .b' 'tyCal
ca.lon.. Call :lK-1.... O-U all 50 States 1' ----- -- ---
.. ..... .. I n.olUfJMK
tENTrA : far 'ana I" to Cettaga I rns 554bilE l-BEOMOOM: _
house l hath
Sell new .mention. I I. self service. 44 till Pt 1& C'T 1-3510 ed porch Talk terna Lab.Elbert .
Auto-Teria Inc. ,
laundrIes featuring Maylai a eacluive I COMMERCEINDUSTSY 51.,. .
Rotates tjwlirylac
tliket ....... Stave
aot I vveet'..ld *lvd. ar CY 4-tTM.. 11-Nav 13
634 Fastback ocellrmt location next to aw Til ) OR UKFVRNTMICDKFTtcnXrcm
STORE 81..re at 103 E Central Approxt- Ivd'aeapoue. :10 Ind..naCLl I and 1H' BCD-
LIQUOR GALLAXIE 500 Stale Inveament o( WOOD. balance OtIS \I ROOMS. We" large alrr raaauOaavawlawtly OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN
t yeara We handle la.'alllln- Travel axpenaa paid ky ua I'(9A toca4ad to OU Festal Take ia. Mynaaaita ... a well local
Raining, and Irand Opealna. Writ Au..-toe.,. .. pa.tCssud GOVERNMENT RtitMHv-. Call CT MIS seCT ** 3-hilriiai.. CB home .ka Lake

OPEN TILL 1:00 A.M. R4H. w/W.n., 9000 I I.. Harry Feldman. JM Amade I. I lft. TrUN Alfred PiayaiaMa .... thaa. M30Upar
Rd. Winter Park. Fla. -Nov. 19 me*** Fit 3-141J U Nor 11
actual t mil... Like thow. ......
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Monday thru Friday room new Mod.e tan6s0d
BANG! BANGI h j Inrattoa mewl Air =.. : 1 LAKEFRONTHOME{ {

331 Southlan Shopping Center Best Offer HUNTING SEASON IS COMPLETE...... lull at new flu CTPKCW OAReWAPARTMKVTt
CBB 3-hedraoOT 1-kMh
furniture larhtdlnc elartrtc range ifII'I
I Over $2,225 ON WITH NO LIMIT ON and refrtceralor ....... tabtea.lamp ; CY 4-10 I.S. kltchem. and dinette
a Havendale Blvd. I l etc (6 riMime) Used .lees '" \ 31I -?? ....K.. electric oven and ..urtamuMta
lt ikaa J ......... Take aver pameat.HOa \. -- Do.M.. oarporte Cmtrai airCMdMUa
Fla. I Coil CY 3-7348 BARGAINS IN THE per week WAREHOC8EFl I I 1 ...._ Apartmeat. (ar la and heating Uacate
I I offer 5 00 / U till 0t 1CW ,I l41A&NW. '94-JUt Iof.J part= ps" U BE sorties an Lake Klulae. Just
oooooooooooooooooooodAuburndale. CLASSIFIED SECTION MOTOR l.Och3EIn I Mtatd city UaaHa. Da, CY W1JO
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Space A'Plenty TH.\KSGn'ISG! at

We hIVe listing on all FHA & Sacrifice Must be sold in 30 CHRISTMAS OF THEM ALL s

VA acquired homes At low days $17.MO 00 worth much I

II $100 Down with low monthly more 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Put your family In a new home I 10.13 -

| payment Se! us for par large living room and Florida this fall for the Beat Buys at

ticulan room plus utility room aod I Them All
workshop This home is only I

EAST SIDE LAKE MARIANA years old. Terrazzo floor. and I LN
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lots of closets In beautif-il
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Private Lakefront furnished Garden Grove 4HOMES4LOTS '

home with furnished guest or
rental cottage Ideal retirement M9 AVENUE G, N.E, I -
leee North. Lake. Kalpp Uriva RENTALS
home good water cUvity

and fishing county tax Attractive family home on Oely la aa elder. home rae ,.. flrk lad
large lot with shade trees 3bedrooms I .. >rrulMII> T.kr tear.-ll n 'GROVES ,
ei only Reasonably pricedat '_, t... tke large grarloea ,arpet t'o r
2 baths. Wall-to- .. llvleg Iwltk a fireplace!I! a o
500. mm o
$17. See us or lust Tall CY s.t95t!
vail carpeting in living room !. tke Hig dlelac mum lae tke old
and l...kl...... ..."..... with rASTKIKMTkra I 1
JOHN C. FISHER dining room. Air-conditioners arre.e ,.. '.U. twa brdreomiItk BILL GARNERREALTOR
Owner needs smaller home eae apeeliig
REALTOR Aed Ikrre a Ora Hat dual lerP -
Cypress Gardens Road willing to sacrifice for $14000 geth.. ... .. tkere. bed If ...vpMWIL
Shown by appointment ....... ... ball- Over t.. double Charlie Irkls, Assoe.
294 3244 tarn.. then'. a If' 6 II' room. cot lib St.. NW' g
DANDY tK A TKeN Bomb "ketirr -I
.23. EDNA WATSON feared play yard' Duck beat 25-31
Ift: All tkl. aad IHtlX at alLAKtH, .
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Charming living room aeparate ,iS 4th St., NW CY 4.4141 Yea! bar moved' e:

dining tiled area bathroom.a bedroom. .kitchen. 2 beaulllully with- 1> ct.f: : their. tU'r'N'a't trade-in boom. for/,sale We 1-have bed. :- VOO MI6E. \T rTHEN rr ISNT FAIR rcLBAVK [WHAT ARE YOU POtNcbR -, -

deluxe built In refrigerator. dt.hwa.hr 23. nmma with oarporle. utility nr. MB WWIL8 Its. J TERRIBIYI 'l YOU ALONE ? t WONT' BEABLBtlpTARTTHE
dlepoul. large adjoining NplI.n436NIO chain link. fence around property ARE VOU CURE WC \(151T1N DARLIN' COME W 9TH ) TMAP'
florid room. There /. convenientotor.ge OWNER LFAVINc TOWN F''tna1WARREN 1100 00 down and lake up payment THE CAR IS IN INcEED, MOTHER l RACK YhuR' rr CAR j THE
room..r.J.h'backyard trne.Owner la. ;'III, aarrlflce lotrly I Hold: Medal SECKEL, Realtor Don mlaa Mia opportunity. Call x PERFECT 81R 1 ALL THIN0C IDEAff:7
completely DAN WINTEMI JW-14M t1141 ,
home I Ion Home I large bedroome. par RUNNINO
I. building a new art floor. central air condition- 41- ? I T L; 1II
reaaon tor aelllng A very good buy! i NORRIS BRYAN. 111-Ills ORDER ll l
''ng heat walltoall carpet In -- - -- -- x
A. Bommeri I rye L K D R 3 decorator styled 3335
Marjorle led bathe with built-In bath sale.. 1100 DOWN WOO month IMl3tk ------ --- t
CY "1I S7 Eva. Wkend 1 I*ull>' equipped built.In kitchen In. 8t NW 3-HR m Immediate JUST COMPLETED: : New 1-
,' occupancy C P Mi-ComlB. room retirement home l'hInal 1
ludlnic dlehwaeher birch rablnetealore
Terra Flrma Real Estate Intercom Hehtwitchrs Broker. CY -JU'. 1IB 134 Ave P. Southeast Living :
too Cypress Gardens Road :' 3-car garage mercury. stone. -- -- dining and Florida room,. 112 Wu IW t
sundry roome. arreened patio By BtriMer CY .JIII II r, n 1w..
Phone 244297 dll li
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ely yard. quiet neighborhood MAJOR REALTY
15-36: ,bout of Ia"-. privilege. many -- ---- --
-- ,,Ihrr otraa A REAL BARGAIN! -HA IIpt.t nun 'NEWLY" PAINTED I hR I bath
oil OWNER SMOa! or 2t3.tI94. *OKT< At K: HIUIKrKdfcXMIAL C U home Double carport; vorrhVaiuum [ l
BY OWNER PUrniohod0odruunt. 2115PLEASANT I1>NTH"'TtlHIHINAIII I eyetem. fenced yard. Owur.bl. !
borne Aluminum elding OB ca. --. ---- P._bAtS, a E. Miration near new ..1InpI. i
Large tencedlot. Carport.. Uttllty Roc Heal II Ilat. ... renter, walking dietanra. ALLIrhoole 1(111
building Air conditioner Cellbrat. Mortgage Bnker. _
Aeeume Mort'
Sprinkler well V.ry reaeon.Me 3610 Havendale' Blvd ISIS Payment Berentk St. I a, e-Xill
roan. nviNIS
..ood. 1334 school Ave I NW Near i-NOT Weal. 1 LIVING Midway between Auburndal' .I.T" *\*WftKiH'Ht'j"' >"*i | -BUT HF S WHAT THf NE MAKES ME YOU SAY YOU RE

and Winter Haven 4ERt n NOrl wORR'FD' A 1UNv M v""kLD 1'\DLlo.j5 LOOK L KE A f-\'\ CALLING FROM


I a I Hedrem DOING C-e-in 6Ul'ER' TN15 It VOU'RF A TAT
Close In
Very 4 $1000 DOWN t: 1 M1 RE ? nLetWi Sh' t US MUMMY YEAR- RELATIVE OF

is located at 636 NO CLOSING COST TM finest loc.tI"a tan tho ii,...) 1 URaE" {RiNGOb?
This property home In the Illlle itf Lake Elbert. r
Jp, |..S/e Weatklarladee andAve ; OLD y
Ave B, NW. Consists of S room In. at the; corner of Itth. Court ;
home with asbestos- shin Tine a S.:. I(t., thla lovely three bed fL
frame -23. rout, two bath, family room double MUMMYTERRIFIES
siding and large building in home offera the ut
lie ---- --- carport you

rear Commercial toning .M 14tk ttlreel. MF HbDKOOM h"u..' and tx-droom by moat nice In homee convenience and nice, aurroundid"..,hOOra. ;

Price: $8850. Only $2572 down, ( stow III IT .U..I.-. hour, pen down, SMI month Brand new with every modern tea ; '
balance at $65 per month. Some re m ...... katlai I batki. tl...- If pad r.-.lit i Y J-5161 FIHfITMOItT lure Hull!-In oven and range. beau MODERN r
... room. tlreplare. .. ._....... ,:A(;h CORP OK WINTER: titul kurhaa with custom cablnrta
arranged on
financing can be ef Stoner. errreard parrk. aalle. HAVEN 88-TF gorgeoui batha. ae po rate utilityroom
down payment Present owner Keaelllal ....... ('Al.L TO nab cement and tile roof' ;, antluuurbrlik aodtled: u i POLICE hat iMBR
exterior already
THE rXTUAK: 14.We i
the building in rear
will lease Gold Medallion and landaraped To aee anytime
month which would call 1M4M4 and well meet youIhrrr .
for $25 per 1 --- -----
\ita8ti'iJJr11Lt7WettQ with the keya In the ....111I
make the payments only $40 per. t4fn-fe Model Homesin call awMtit: for the aanw aervlcaOprn l N ( H ( )OHN 'Ygl1l0 YUU IAN-
Only JA"
month in first mortgage Sunder afternoona.
Gardmt 117 Faro. including large lot and financing 1NUDI I HAD A OIIhERI WIT" A 4IRI 10 OM2 IN FORA :P )i
i""na1 now
possession 361'fiA! Cypress area can be arranged 1.11. TN tits A ,, v I WAS MOUSY A&.JT AND WNIN Set i4HIIP !
WARREN SECKEL, Realtor for sale Only three of these -t. SW g'r 145. EtSI Ni, r tr IwTID APNONIRWY. I MPi DIUYIN6 MS? a '

GLENN D. GERKE left One Bedroom Model. One A A J IN f R i tYtNIAIE6' 1P'wl' HtR HOUR All tVNIMc, Wild 90M4 WIIO 1
.22- the trl FOR TALE Utie Oavle 11"IN rt hAVt NIM'.r e A lAtt I
Bedroom model I and IDIA OP PAOTICTB4c till
runelatlnit 01 9S omen. im Rifle '
A ASSOCIATES -- level which has txen used as Range Sad Lute 234 MS Vann... w t' I e
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Parma Bubdlvlalon Write mak nxrfler n I IAlie At. )N5 I N 141 I In
Janet Chadwick .tbPLE an office to Hattie M. NUelelon. III J '1NINf .1111' i iy
Reginald Baker OCTOBER I. Box ISO Uv Oak. TW 22 f sit von A' rot ,
All these beautiful homes are I In
1H Ilk SI.. NW CY 1-4271 ARE HUNTING FOR located in Garden' Grove Just a HiD ii M- 3W1 batri HUdvwn I
No I
.00. monthly quail
22-25 GOOD USED HEATING half mile sat of Cypress Gardens fylng No closing. eoeta jaiISIOII OwIL
I' 70 i
call M
ALL, BRIK HOME Open Every day or
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"B droom., t bathe, paneled l livID EQUIPMENT 293-2517 or 293.9338 or 293-3828. -BlDHOOM home with built uI
/ !( room large Florida room builtIn John G. Wood and Associates, ( K: ,v.. and aurface unit with lumlnoue cell Florida Electrend
() k: kitchen -- --- fence room.
lug, utility room terreno 'I00" Inc. M28 neat. 101.id. II Jan.Phyl Will
Beautifully landacaped Outside. 114 sal. S64 OU month .B04-. -.-- ---.- --- MK-rlflre at WOO own, lake ", pay
city but his city water and sew dining room, paneled Florida I mente Call I CY 1-tW or "Y" S tI.l l
er School' bus to all ernoola nom cloned garage Inwood School RKTIRBMKNT: homr iBodroomMorlda lOr contact by teller H D D.unlelilt .
1500 DOWN tau MONTHCY CY "1101. JWI room. dining roam. torn. High. SI Lereburg Pie loMHV --- -- - -. -- --
----- /fireplace. hardwood
1-1388 -- living room -- - -- -- -- -
JI'TF ftoore, III. bath remodeled" .IW VIN: I- 70 1 NAVE r.lu uuq
---- --- $100 DOWNWe kitchen with new birch cabinet. lAkr AllMMIIVaul I i ( IIANu con Niw 1 ALAVL
Built.In oven and range Central Kul modern homo r.be M'LLIC i 1I LIKi
Government oil heal ducts Into each room "'p- ueed aa I bedroom, large I (COOK t'1i''_ vuu My u ptA1VUTetl7Tgq
U.S. have the lutings on all VA crate garage Drive br M4 Ave Y. dlnMg roan 3 bathe, W/W ear ( NCfcO TMFPMONB LATI ti t 1J I
NW -- tee what $*.> will buy ix-la. gae ..--. double. rari..Herreened KX 1 1
Owned Homes and FHA homes. Payments slow CII'IIC: COOPER REAI.TOft. IAkeAlfnd. pliloII' x lit land A VCKViMeC J I J
ai S5I.O ...... 'I.JT r.lot underground aprlnkleryatam TANTFridoy 1 -
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t-HA a' ... SIN..llOwN'
M lUrbord II 2S-U
Stem mill Assoc lor come ee
payment: aa low aa dsrrn month Nights & Sun The Beat Time to Plan vow future Rk31TRR quell:, l'c. hon. I bed, tjT
Including' taxei with 293447;! li now TV war to begin la with room 1 bath. Fla room dinrle J
our doling costs to buyer and I 293 7700 or a modern. low upkeep home Tn I rlertnc kitchen. appllanree. and x _
bedroom. some have built Ina andan plate to look. flret le la SUN ACRIM ,tarn central' heal" a". .>akfl r k
completely redecorated To see VARNER REALTY Start with a nrw modem CB ,ion, cedar .lined ,'wti I deep .
thr lee. homee In all price rangei 9-bpdnwm home with' large lot well, Ir Ion, beautifully land :
call 14 Sixth Street NW built-In kitchen I awnla wtodi.weterraaao raped with many nabs and mull
floor. formica emmtertopa ..r. Reduced murk. below nial
LOLA Bt'8H. Aweisi.Nam. Ph 293 8497 293 84M or 293 847 tile Mir, large carporU andullity ri.n he V'oe Iaop.rthm and '
cy .flill4 20.23 I FOR ONLY MMe down Sum por.monk WE TAKE I S z, ,
EDGAR T. HALES -- --- TRADES Call DAN WINTER: ..nwr.. .
'Y allY CY4Ills. : -- ----
REALTOR FIIAAVAILABLE ( 3-1"1. -IIOIUIII AN.29-35 ( I"-A) Lots & AereaqtCommercial -- -

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CY JKM Or CY I. M* .... J-BKDROOM: frame .bow located T'4 RtniLI Or'AYVSANVWMlu.pegltiTTI ri&w' srt iAld lyN1ME
.23S10P CAUK !11'*BNbALEwluTENHt1EN''FH ADIIBEMAI 811 Mrd It NW Tal Lakeland. Lot el itl : (SiNl/h1 5,1 'WI CN0t ra ',+P IMNNCQI ANQQiOI4$ 0P GOrvN ARUM) rid! rtiYma I I'Nr

IM A UK A HOMES Mir 11143after a11pm2116 i..Lrr t e' AT etc pPr''t', ', tr 7OwN r
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DOWN 50 i ISO Ft located on Ave r, II IIAr
I BR. CB HOME* H-2778SI: 104 Park Ave H MO IS.110 t DAYS FOR 1 BEDROOMSIf ? Il, pAr zi r4 6a "dM1.NcaANa
00 rnonta.CHARLU you pill that SW. Across from ExchanueBank n. ')v tars AWSnn
Low MeOOMIC aa I4T R.g. Broker KtTrltilt! TO MAKHrTOSMVIIO bag and -'yoa eee'i'Io 1 BednaunCa Parking Lot Wide newly
horn. rust MS Moss lini
$3.4. 1J-Nov. 11 UT Arlaaa PI AuvurndalM Down will-move you .and the -family paved street with alley entranceIn

Par More Infnrmalloa Call rear For sate by owner .
Apartmenta addItional ,.plue,ntal.1. SB warehoueeefor Aw A. OS-W6UC4: Winter Have. NUr. VYkend ion-silt 2135. a r f:.... Hslaos, Realtor, CY r 1I t tf

NW' eecond building behind Chamber CONTACT YOUR BROKER 4141..
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1 1964 MODELS MUST elude an of their c-furniture I

GO SAVE UP TO i I I NOTICE I la the $11.300 selling BREAK IT'S A --_.

price of their dellgbtul.ellmaintained I CLASSIFIED, FOR wrtlP .lIMfJ ANrN.sr OH..A,' ANU. t *e IAt5.q

$1,00000 In these columns to2 born. The GOODNESS' SAKE! ;_ .I." 110M ""'It' tit i/Q 1fI1\ .S r '1"IdR" 1'LY; r. rn J CAN 'L11 R.A V d'4004' w AeOI
Coed :E Eery. the NEW list of FHA :: home includes 2 BR, tile I I ",.Jt,,,,,,,, I fat 'I Rr. ro..t-.l %1.rf oIe 116 Cori iA- a. tr W. r>A4 4Ma'of
1-3 B/R. 2 Bath A E properties in the 2 bath, large lot, lovely kitchen ayLre m rAv .foof, ilnv $v"'vKY Weed HI-... Dec-saw' ,AND''' ,
Range Oven Dishwasher i ...,. NGeI. To _
= with built la range .i __ t
Auburn :10 '
= Winter Haven Legal Adv.rtising
Uy- PAY' -
Drapes Carpeted and a Urge refrigerator IX
= dale E J J
Intercom 1
log Room. Patio. Terms art good For addl n ty

System. Large Lot = For the COMPLETE list E tonal Information call: h rTM r UP UTMTtO, TO -; 'It

:= of FHA owned homes : BE4lilths riCTITIOI MADE Ik. I' .
Bath Ceiling :Ndlcr le hereto given that
2-3 1
B R, :ZeUa Fears
2 available and fun details = n'l-relgned laKnUe W regletrr
Heat Terrazzo FloorsRange wish the Clerk 4 the WruM I -.rf I
& Oven Choice Lo- :: about prices, down pay = Pale CvaMr fWida pwe ahaaaer i-
:e menu, etc, see or call :E LEIS BROS. t 3541,1 Lawi of PUrviaA
cation. Large Lot _.,' ..
a WIS4I Uaftalaiari aa .,
:3 the folks at Town 4 Cou E: REALTORS: .d. .by (T.p.r *711 laws at PJorla .

3-3 B R. 1 Bath Ceiling :: try Real Estate: FHA s 12M Wit Rt, NW Arta at IN Ualalataeer 14 o
nloua nwaje twB Mr PU
Heat, Terrazzo Floors. 2 Property Managers = 2 4->m nire wMc* "he .la laaairll M boot

Built In Range Large :: Winter Haven Auburn = Eve: A .... WO 11711 :C.115 35's 35 tVWtnler II.i .

Corner Lot. Fruit Trees E d.luru. -NA r-n FlawArrrt H. Man --
SMALL DOWN PAY ::E The list iachides maD, :E t..wone a laud .- ,rooIs ,/, w, S t our .t 5I4ftIl n. wr Yr ',W'5a' v. '

MFNTS FHA FINANC :: one CB homes with dowmpaymrats = i v, Map' T 'rl n.'Y'" 1, A5' ,. ., v ,wln ; ., C+
lOG 5 k/ vi r. OK c.Jt ',iwt rinweNrl, ? a rr e, vy' .., Y,,
IVG i r1.OSE TOS 5 as low as $

(' HOOL SHOPPING :: with M mortgage oats & E: YM COT SOT Mo..* If 1",1" 0.. Of TWt He..... .-. l .,

(ESTERS. ( HI'RCHES :: monthly payments as low :Eas MR RETIREE Let ul show you then hornet a wINwa ctv 5-i I

ALL OUTSTANDING, i $4107Oertrwae i before you buy-you Cats SAVE SAVE SAVE'I I

CALL TODAY :: -.,.. CT MJJJ S: I ,
= tams rrakea CT s I
p.asw1rMW( CT /-tall $100 DOWN I'Jil'
5 pan s-A LT -* 51
Inc. :: II..... Tetr a" CT MOT* :: PeTyiwe Ith .. Uw .. $49 per see. lexW Ia. pel., i I... -7I r G A w

I 2 & J IIOIOOM HOWlS Seme witH bu.It. ,n l.tch t

Winter Haven TOWN COUNTRY ens end completely" redecorated N. Cloning Centt.

C7 Jr. St SW 111 IiIfMIO7fWIiI'Irl/ :: SAM MOOSE D ryCYI4i1i

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HOPES YOU ENJOY YOUR VISIT Shopping CenterSoutheast __

THOM McAN SHOES American National 00NTCWX Bank MEMIE FDIC PlazaCypress
-Lindsey Company .
DIANA SHOPS Bock's Bake Shop
Gardens Road
Exchange National Bank MEMK FOIC
First Federal Savings&Loan of Winter Haven PUBUX FREEMAN'S JEWELRY
FREMAC'SS&H First Mortgage Corporation of 1\'interliaven JET SHOES ONE HOUR MARTINIZINC
E.N.Hudson Real Estate&Insurance Co. W. T. GRANT SOUTHSIDE BARBER SHOP
Mather Furniture of Winter haven .
PLAZA LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Parker Plate Glass Co. .
Ree-Bee's Shoe Box .
Sewing Machine Exchange .

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