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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 25, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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Fair today THE and WEATHER tomorrow. High today Winter Haven Daily' N ews-Ch lef f Citful TU Capital City Of Of 100 The" Lakes World


in the 70'i. Low tonight in the 50's. YOU Always KtMl I It First
Variable mostly north and northeast

winds 5 to 12 mils per hour. 'In The $swb.Chief"VOL.

54-No. 24 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1964 PRiCF 11 N CENTS



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I 1J Thousands Watch Shriners




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Perform In Huge Parade







Goldwater InLBJ' ..'t... \006.r Egypt Temple



Turns To Fun
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Seeking VotesEn After RitualIty


III. IlKRM: JR.

Staff Writer
wJq 1 Route With Goldwatcr Thousands lined the streets

(UPI) Republican presidential of Winter Haven yesterday to

nominee Barry Goldwa- watch the most spectacular
ter moved his campaign for the rsveassq 1ek parade, to be held here In rent -
White llouite Into President s,1t/ i :,-- history.

Johnson's backyard. + i Shrln.-rs from all over south
.. ... r
-- -
and
Making Johnson's Texas central Florid were on
ORCHID SHOW PREVUE-Tha Ridge OrchId Society It preparing for its second stamping grounds his campaign hand to hI Ip with the parade

annual show, to ba held hara next month, and at a rotating the past week Mn. Clyda stumping grounds Goldwater being held in conjunction with
I Pttijohn demonstrated flower spoke Saturday In Austin, the Frank Thompson Shrine
arrangements which proved to be a highlight of{ last"( -ns
years show. From left, Mn. Pettijohn, Mrs W, R. Hatfiald and Mrs. Luther Baal. Mn. in Corpus Christ I and Wichita ,,4 Ceremonial l. the lint time a
Pattiiohn'i hat is of orchId., at are the corsages Falls before<< returning to Wash e,'r, monlsl has been held In
ington. Winter Haven In IS years


Nation Ridge Orchid Show in The Texas senator's was, campaign In a sense forty a andidatea Before the threw parade downtown, Shrine

Pays campaign visit returned to the ,:- Winter llavrn Into mass confusion
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President. Johnson stopped .. with their wild antics
earlier this month In Phoenix Some sold peanuts, some
Final Tribute the senator's hometown to attend ,. ,.- polished shoes, some cracked
Slated .
I Nov. 22-23 a church service and do a r:: r bull whip, while other simply
bit of informal Sunday politick! ,; 4r' contented themselves by
ing. riding around' on bicycles with

To HooverWASHINGTON "Lh'ingIth Orchids will\ r1lt (}n there will be many special .,. ..... ,, air horns, or in disreputable
be the theme for the annual n ,Ird. The Ridge Orchid Goldwater headed for Texas Vl- .n ., looking vehicles that no auto
Fall Orchid Show to be presented Society Silver Trophy will be after getting an enthusiastic reception manufacturer would dar

- The by the Ridge Orchid given for the l>ert nil ley. from a crowd of 11,000at SHRINERS HAVE FUN-This was one of the highlights( of the Egypt Shrine parade claim and which sounded like
natlon'a capital paid Its last trl. Society on Nov 21 and 22 The type seedling blooming for the a night rally In the San here Saturday, creating havoc among the younger spectators with Its various notie-mak> small atomic cannon when
buta to former President exhibit vtlll be In the Tanger first time. The American Or. Diego, Calif. baseball park. A Ing apparatui.Johnson, they backfired.

Herbert Hoover, who weathered ine Hall on the Florida Citrus rind Society Bronze Trophy number of motion picture notables Everyone loved it, even city

depresslon-born scorn to win a Exposition grounds In Winter will be awarded to the mostmeritorious Including Lloyd Nolan .,.,*',*, manager C ('. Ryan, a Shrineramlldatr I I
place In the hearts of his coun. Haven and Gloria Swanson were on
trvmen humanl. exhibit comprising hand for the u.s. who had the task
as a
great festivities Plans
tartan. This will be one of the largest 25 or more square feet. Transport: of shining shoes.

The flag-draped coffin con. orchid &shows In Florida The American I National The senator said a Goldwater Talks InState Tha unit from the Egypt
talntng the body of the late and there will be exhibits by Banks, who are the sponsor administration would demand I i 3 Temple, headquartered In
chief execuUvtUaiuiflustate in both amateur and commercial" tejUi. skew will| gjva special tough "bora trading" from the Tamp led jet parade followed .
the Capital Rotunda where It growers. The Ridge Orchid Society aIMs to the amafikr" and eo"'IitI..tlllt'ttr.' making. any MondayMIAMI 'Plane Is Downed by the fifanla Templeof

remained on public view until has members in! all commercial members and to arrangement such ai the recent Orlando.
9 p.m. last night. tow nl and cities in Polk Coun the commercial non-memlwrs wheat tales behind the (UPI) President First war tha Parade Marshall
.
Today tt will ba flown to ty, plus Orlando. Brandon, Iron Curtain.Goldwater Lyndon Johnson flies la Florida \IION "Bulb11'1 Nam toward ( ,",hodl. by his captors !Ed llout and Carlo

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for final and Llmona. (Continued On Page S, Col. 5) said he would demand Sunday for a two-day campaign (UJPli) ommuniit, guerrillas Hams, followed by the Provost
Itr.'Ie... Burial will ba In Hoo. Last year "Living With Orchids r for example, the dliman slump which includes i orate Saiiuilay hoi down a I I''I S Air The officer was Identified byan Guard, Color Guard, Pot.-ntate
ver's hometown of West Branch, ," which has been adopted sling of the Berlin wall gy meeting here with top slate Force cm transport plane American military spokesman .
removal R. /
Lang Gel A. P WitchMmt -
Iowa. 4 At Democrats. loaded with a supply of ammii as Cap! Herman Y. Tow.
the annual theme of OlympicsDefect of and
as troop weapons from and Major Jim Mott
President Johnson led the Three public appearances are nillon The five Americans and pry, whose wife Km In Oawrga-
the orchid shows to be held In (Cuba or free elections In the The colorful Egypt Band
host of government officials and on the President's schedule, two Vietnamese aboard apparently town I C.lI.r .
Winter Haven, drew 5,000 people captive nations before considering killed home address la P.O. war neat, dread In their
dignitaries who came to the with the first coming tt Florida were
such
vaulted rotunda for services In the two day period The To U.S.TOKYO dealt. Atlantic University Boca Boa See famous bright green and yel'
show, recognised! the most The crowd applauded Gold.water's .
Friday. Johnson placed a red, as Baton He'll dedicate the new A U S military spokesman low Arabian uniform.
white and blue floral wreath at outstanding in the Southeast first mention of hit school! and receive lit first hon- said the plane was downed The Iouth'I.t Nam Foreign Net cam the Egypt Divan
the black catafalque used as a will be twice as large this year UPI( ) A second Senate vote against the new oary d..rt't'-I doctorate! humane while on a resupply! mission to MWetry formally charged today In i group of cars Frank
resting place for chiefs of state and attendance Is anticipatedat member of the Hungarian civil rights law lie went on to letters. the Ilu Prang Special Forces thai Towary. was made priaaoar/ Thompson, the man for whom
since the time of Abraham Lin 10000. Olympic team has defected and explain that the real civil right The presidential party Is camp In Quang Due Province, .by "Ca.h...Maa. soldlavt" who the ermon4al Is named was
James W KeMeraon asked asylum In the West, It issue la whether the people 100 miles
coin Is northeast of
president scheduled to touch down at Hollywood / Saigon wires helping OpmnwaM VM. ta this divan
About 18,000 persons passed I of the Ridge Orchid So. was disclosed today. want a president who will sp Fort Lauderdale International lie said It was "unlikely" CoAt twrlllai. In the harder The Winter Ilavwi Cracker
through the rotunda to pay ciety. The latest defector was identified .proach the matter "on the )h. Airport about 4pm there ware any survivors. area kettle Unit that wild machine that
their last respects when It was There will be no entry fee as Balls Zabor, 22. a whether it of his own conscience or Sunday Johnson will travel by lie added that rescue craft The Vlatnamast government raaamblfi. .n automobile at

(Continued On Pace 3. Col 3)) for exhibits charge to the show which will Olympic fencing team. a< a brutal. ported erring the aircraft' burnIng Cambodia!: return Towery"" Immedlately. the Cracker unit
be open to the public on both Zabor's defection made four weapon of political power (Continued On Page S, Col. 1)) and amnmmHIon' aboard explndlng. Following
at life distance, the
Red Cross To Hungarians in two days who ." a were
days from 1 to I p.m.
efftotfi of Hw local club.
All exhibits muat be entered have fled to the West two The U I Embassy In fhna
Conduct Classes with the entry chairman. t before Olympic team members and 37 Area Scientists Are The massive. lwU-e...ifMd"ProvMer" Ptnh formally asked UM Cam These AlllMR,are First: President Vice President Jack i
two tourists
transport. was OMof badian government whether H
8 ant on the opening
For VolunteersTwo day. Judging will start .t 8 A spokeimin for the Went two U S. Air Force planes on had say .lwtermttc about Tr- Howard (Dutch) Albright, See
German Embassy said Zabor the rasuptrty mission. and Vice Pmkient Mason S
training courses for a.m. and the awards show presented before war scheduled to leave Tokyo On State Society Program The spokesman added thai eryBoth the Vietnam' gav.remess Century Third Vice President
volunteers have been set up opens to the tonight for Frankfurt Germany those aboard tt>* crashed pllR.wt'f'e and the V I military haraaid Darwin F Crrfll, ChaplainRev.

by the Winter Haven Chapter, publk. where he will enter a three craw maniberi from Towery was takes prisoner Thomas B. Smyth, andcretaryTraawrrr
Current American Orchid Citrus Twenty-elght scientists from
American Red Croat it ur growers and pro.caeaors
refugee center. the U > Air Force, two soldiers W 11.
Vletntmaie territory near
the Lake Alfred Citrus Experiment on
headquarters M Fifth St.. Society scale of points forJudging But the spokesman said hevirtually to hear will the have an opportunity Station and nine other local of lINt U S. Army Secrls! the border with mwtraUat Case WUUm M.Foilowtaig.
latest
NW One course will be held group exhibits, m Indivt will be allowed to go of research studies reports researchers will be among For,.., and two Vietnamese. be- bides He then war reported war Winter If-
at the 77th
dual
Oct 29. Nov. 2 and Nov. 3 flowers, orchid arrangements to (lie U.,ted States for asylum annual meeting of the Florida researcher from all over the )Bevel l to be military man taken across the border van Mayor Hughes. Steel. and

from 7'30 to 9:30: p.m. and the and. corsages will befollowed. Three Hungarians who decried State Horticultural Society world who will present papersat Meanwhile, ,the hunt continuedfor A t'S: '" military spokesman Commisnuner J D Hill. After '
other to be held on Nov. 4, AU plants will be ( to the United States at Nov 3-6 al the Carillon HotelIn the meeting. a missing U S Army "Special" aid i-irlier that air and ground them >'4m* couple of car
with two sessions, 9 ..m. considered for AOS award the Olympic (James In Tokyo Miami Beach, according to Topi** of ap clal Interest to Forces officer who was rap opera'loni wire continuing In I,7ds\ of ,iounty official.
to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. The First second and thud nt, arrived in Washington! under a W. L. Tall editing secretary grower Include studies' on fertilizer lured during I battle Thursday the tore I stay In an attempt t'i. Thrrick Shrine Drill
two classes hive been arranged bons will be giv, n and in ,,(d I. (Continued On Page S, Col. 2) of the society and soil amendments" and wa* lest t teen bring taken rr.. u* Towery ''Continued: On Page 8, Cot 1)HERE
to give a choice to the rootstocks, spreading decline/ --- -- -- -
volunteers between daytimeand Insect, citrus breeding and
evening attendance. cold protection.
l Mrs. Lamar Beauchampand For citrus proceasor,

Mrs. Herbert Beck win be r p e ..// valuable Information will be
presented on decay control
leaders during the instruction
i h pectIn component of certain
periods. Both are acquaintedwith / cringes and grapefruit, microbiological t d ..
the latest techniques ; .y
e / and storage studiesof
by national American N
sponsored e chilled orange Jute. -t
Red Cross oils from Florida Mandarin
In conjunction with this Instruction and other sub) cti.
there will be a hospital 4 4ti 4w In addition papers on lyrne
orientation and training fertilization centipede rasa
program to be given at the nemstoiW and last spot ofr
Winter Haven Hospital Nov chid wW be presawad.

10 and 17 from 7'30 to 9:30: Rom nt the reportsn the

o'clock. AU the trainees will rliru' section are; "ttttrt 'it.Alrnotptierlr .
take the hospital course at the FhttrM t L'pOO

same time. MetttyiuProroaaaa" art II I lu'
There is itiU time for adults rile Content ot Valencia oran !ai
wishing to volunteer their services rf i -4V-," >,y S S Wolt/ )1 toe
to fit into the course it '''df tout f *p rlir>ent sutli.o
was stressed today by Mrs.Hulda s r. fira/Mntun, aAdOr.C.i' t...vtt
Glass executive diree i "t t.dte .'Alfred; "hi! fJ !I' .*>
tor of the Winter Haven Chap w1r suits of Mm*** of 1 4ic.-i. I II
ter. She pointed out that rest .slag," br K C J too bf i tko
\Jlft-I. "Fffec4s n3ate sari a '0-
dents and visitors art equslIT -
Qttr"y of Fertilizer Apt'II I a.non. .
welcome. Many visit Winter <,iv, Yield and QIMII'!) :;;f
Haven in the winter months
> henna Oranges in tilt I .**
who have had previous volunteer River Area," by D. V. c- "

experience accordingto '.. I,r it,.. Indian River fUl-i\ .*
Mrs. Class but such experience }, lien, in Ft. Pierce and Dr. If. .
I* by no means necesssry. ". an Haiti of Lake Alfred

p\. w "fUMetack, Sail Type, act;
The training, It was pointed Soil |iM to tuition to Cifs : 1
out, .U no arduous or Hoot<< Grevtft and. Survival n;: L--2iLI--
demanding and with the ..er. t Poorly Braised Soils," b H W -

expanding hospital program to Ford of Lake Alfred;"IncreasedI'ttliadon
',' Orance Through!
the ctty and to the county FOR f.HRINE rEREMONIAKf.ank Thompso center of Lakeland, wes koncad .
If prown er' |i. .reality 'it 1 r'
qu.Me4QIUlltftr personnel TOUCHDOWNERS AT TRAIN-Or.ng* left Touchdown Cub members are bidding r.i**: iT'jtM: It.' in I W by Egypt\ !,h> a here th i weekend with, the F '.nk Thompson Caramonial. Shownjjj43
w j: be staled ta as eflectJvt goodbyes before f'uv.'tf F. day for the f.ord..A: .b.m. game .;.1 Totcal..*a yesterday akjjj( .:'. p.ul.nt of the lost Winter Haven Shrine: Club, end R. S.

way, and the RadikC, ) ;. .ago leers pro game .1 WatKagt:, today, ,*..wed ''!3 Page '' '. t ; .t.,



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Page Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Sunday, October 25,



First Christian hamber GOP Film's Girl In Topless |The Weafher--Local/, State And National)




Plans Revival Anxious To Get Her Salary 60 o Sb 50


ii ommentBy sAN FRANCISCO UPI) decline In U.S. morality during 1 L

Opening TodayThe Ono of the stars of the contra the Johnson administration r 1t tSo
E. L DAVIS
\rsidl Republican film Carol Harrison, a statuesque ..
Chamber of Ccmmore "fhoice" today sought paymentfor brunette better known to San
First Christian Church her part with the money to be Franciscans as Exotica, appears .
will hold a Spiritual Life Revl. Executive Vice President < ontrlbuted to the Johnson for in the film doing her
val beginning tonight and con. president campaign nightclub routine and again
tinulng through Thursday The COP campaign film had wearing a topless bathing suit
The guest; minister for the Re- THING BOLDLY Theater) completely throughthe been scheduled for national t.l.evision Friday she threatened to sue
vital will be the Rev. C. W. What' going to become of south block, thus providIng network release,but was the COP unless she Is paid "a
Duncan, pastor of the Forest Winter Haven't central business direct access from the withdrawn even after extensive reasonable sum" for appearing
Christian Church in Jackson district or to use a recently parking lot to the covered editing In the Him. )\\flk\

ville discarded but more familiar area Convert the alley beside However, the unedited version Her attorney, Nathan Cohn,
Worship services will be held term, the downtownarea the Philips Professional Build. of the film has been running in wrote Ooldwater.Mfller headqu.

each evening beginning at 7:30 ? ing into a similar arcade. Create the San Francisco Goldwater arters that "some men" had re. 70 7L4\j .....:
o'clock On Monday, Tuesdayand Like the downtown area of similar arcades In the for president headquarters. The celved permission photograph i. .. ; ( :.,,1 ypgo

Thursday evenings, follow. every other growing city In center of both blocks on the film asserts there has been a Exotica during her act Just be. MIL At
Ing the worship services, a feU fore the COP convention here \
north aide of Central Ave.
the it in offering
country,
lowshlp hour will be held In the "They obtained permission by
church's Fellowship Hall for from a disease that strikes at 8. Are you still with us? Are Miss
Two advising Harrison that
Informal visiting the very heart of the business you confused? Is your reaction Negroes they were on the Goldwater.for. 3O 80

The evangelist will preach on community deterioration so far: "Yes, this Is a president campaign committeeand 80
the following subjects: caused by growth in the outer grandiose idea but it's goIng wanted to be able to show

Sunday, "Where God Begins"; fringe areas of the community to cost a great deal of the Goldwater delegates the type
Monday "My Lord and My God,,; and the springing up of money. Where is it coming Badly InjuredIn of entertainment which was
WEATHER The nation was to be mostly cool over the weekend, and fair weather
Tuesday, "Touch of the Mas. new, large, modern and beautiful from?" If so, read on. available to them at the convention
was the general forecast The temperatures ranged from the 50s in the Great Lakes northto
ter's Hand"; Wednesday, "Our shopping centers, with It's true the plan will cost a ," Cohn wrote the SOs in south Florida.
Father Who Art In Charlie"; free parking, to serve the lot of money. Let's not over AccidentTwo Exotica said the pictures of.

and Thursday, "The Kingdom residents at their very door. look that Important fact. But her sunning In the topless suit r.'>': Is Now". The Rev, Mr. Duncan It can be financed. on the Marina Green were tak.
will also sing a solo each eve. steps. en by news media for publicity j North Rhodesia
nine There are two things that Form a corporation which Winter Haven Negroes rather than commercial use For Fitness And HealthBy
can be done about this serious will serve both as an organi remained I
Spiritual Life Breakfasts will unconscious yesterday "Please make out a check I
be held during the week for men, situation ration to handle the financingand after an early morning crash payable to the Johnson for pres. '
business women and young pea 1. We can sit back and let as a trade mart administrative that demolished the car they Ident campaign to cover your \ER\ CHRWTENSEN Now NationLUSAKA
pie and there will be other spe. nature take its course. organization. Each were riding In. unauthorized use of the photo.
cial activities for all other age Inevitably, if this is done the downtown property owner affected graphs. If this Is not done 1m. (UPI) Northern

groups and Fellowships. A cov. heart of the city will become by the rehabilitation Officer Tommy Wheeler, who mediately suit will ensue against DOUBLE CHIN: ? I.l I.r I. Rhodesia, a butterfly shaped,
ered dish supper will be held a "ghost town" as City Manager will become a stockholder in Investigated, Identified the men your committee," the letter Texss-sized territory founded

on Wednesday evening at 6:30 Cliff Ryan has pointed the corporation In a ratio commensurate as Edward Marshall Lewis, 19, Normally this means you by Britain 75 years ago, became
o'clock out. The public and downtown with the objectively and Ronald Jones, 19, both of ---- have more weight on your Africa's 36th independentnation

Millard Walker will be the property owners will continue appraised evaluation of his Florence Villa. said.Maurice framework than is really under the name of Zambia

guest organist and singing will to complain about parking property Stock at $1 per Shafer healthy which of course calls Friday night.
be led by J. P.PlemonsandJohn meters about traffic congestion share, or perhaps less, can A third man riding In the car, for a sensible diet at no more Wild tribal dances and fireworks
Symes. A mursery will be pro. about old fashioned build be offered to the public. The Carneal Easton, received minor than a two pound loss per displays dominated this
cuts and
bruises.
vlded for He
all
services. treat.
ings and antiquated merchandise price should be low so that as was week. l/ t capital as President Kenneth
ed and
The pastor of the church the dismissed at Winter Haven .
Rev James N, Barnett, cordial., displays, even though many people as possible would Hospital Dies At Age 74 Some of this chin will begin Kaunda, who preaches nonviolence
ly Invites the residents of the there are many fine stores Invest. Should 10,000 people to disappear. However in the turbulent African
Winter Haven community to at. with well displayed goods In buy 100 shares each at $1 per Hospital there Is the individual who is C'C heartland signaled just before
tend these services. the section Such comment, If share, a million dollars would sonnel said emergency Lewis room per. Maurice Shafer, 74, of 111 still rather slim or just about midnight for the raising of the

continued will create a public be raised There would also eratlons of the scalp suffered and multiple lac. Ave. G, SW, died suddenly Fri. right who develops an "extra" new nation's red, black, orange
Image of the area that will be 10,000 people who would be contusions. Jones had multiple day morning in Winter Haven chin. Cf course diet I Is out In 1 and green flag

E. L. Parker accelerate the rate of its de Inclined to shop at the trade lacerations of the face. The hos. Hospital your case This is where I Princess Royal Victoria Alex.
A native of
Athens Ohio he
mise. Or mart because they have a financial pltal listed them in fairly good came to Winter Haven, three, corrective exercise can be applied andra, aunt of Queen ElizabethII
2. We can think boldly. We interest in the project. condition. weeks from Palnesvllle and Commonwealth Secretary

can think BIG. All property in the area included Ohio Hs ago was a veteran World, In either case the illustrated Arthur Bottomley watched

Dies At Age 86L We can stop bewailing and in the trade mart Wheeler said the mishap oc. War I, a member of Temple action Is necessary to help as the Union Jack was hauled
taking for granted the Inevitability would be leased to, sold to, curred about 4 o'clock yesterday Lodge No. 28 F. & A. M. of firm those excess pieces of down from the staff at Kwacha
of the decline of this or otherwise controlled by the morning Lewis was driving Painesvllle, a foreman of the flesh that appear Rest head (Independence) stadium
E Parker, 86, of 818 area which has such a terrific corporation. Difficult to work north on First St. N. near Ave lime stonedepartmentoftheDla. back on shoulders, then place More than 105,000 Zambians
South Lake out? Yes but not insurmountably C, NE, when his car veered to mond front Smith RenamedTo cheered when Kaunda lit
Elbert Dr., died potential. We can, like many Alkali Co. of Falrport hands at of chin and resist
Saturday morning at an Auburn other cities have already so Remember that all the right and slammed Into two Harbor, Ohio the pressure of your head "torches of freedom" to be

dale nursing home after a long done devise a plan that Is so shopping centers, including large oak trees that skirt the He Is survived by one daugh. as you bring it slowly forward Realty UnitPaul carried by 12 young runners to
Illness roadway. There Is the possibility ter, Mrs Jane Snider ofPalnes. outlying regions of the country.
advanced in its concept and North Gate and Southeast Then place hands at back of
A native of South that Lewis went to sleep at the vllle, Ohio one brother JamesW B. Smith Jr., associated -
Coventry, so revolutionary I In Its Plaza, are owned and controlled ; head and resist pressure of SAW
Conn. he to Winter wheel, Wheeler said Shafer of Winter Haven and ANTONIO Tex, *UPI)
came HavenIn ; head with Town and Country
achievement that It will turn by one corporation or head as you slowly push
A
1943 from Wadsworth, Ohio. the tide and make Winter Ha an individual Remember too, three grandchildren backward. The neck and chin Realty, has been named state marks- schoolboy In who got bad
He was a retired Funeral services will be school was scolded
design_ engineer ven's Downtown Area one of that the total cost of the entire The Lewis car was a total conducted line will receive plenty of unusual vice chairman of the Realtors loudly by his
of machine parts at the Mulqueeny Broth. parents when he
In rehabilitation project Is'rough Ipss. Damage waajel, $1,300., I benefits Associates Division of the Florida
He Is survived by his widow,.. the greatest trade. marts ers Funeral Home in Palnes. brought home a poor report
Anna F. Parker of Winter II4._ the state.THE ly comparable to the cost 'of vllle, with burial to follow In Perform only' five repetitions Association of Realtors, card Neighbors told membersof
yen; one daughter, Mrs Paul building a shopping center 'Charges are pending cD-nple. the Riverside Cemetery each way. Gradually according to Jimmie Lawhorn, the West Side Lions Club.
Schofer of Athens, Ohio) two PLAN- tion of the Investigation Mitchell Funeral Home was In working up td IS repetitions chairman of Lakeland. The civic group arranged to
Edward L, half formed WHAT NOW? during day's time. This will be Smith's second send the youth
sons, Parker of Long A number of Charge of local arrangements one to a doctor and
Meadow, Mass., and M Stanley plans, moderate In nature and It is obvious that any proposal term which will begin In Jan paid for eye glasses The boy

Parker of Winter Haven; seven incomplete as to detail, have of this magnitude any uary became an outstanding student

grandchildren; and. two great already been discussed We Idea affecting so many property .
grandchildren, should like to offer an Idea owners, any plan so bold
Service arrangements are In. which embraces some of those and advanced in concept
complete and will be announced already proposed but which must have some weaknesses
tater by the Crisp Funeral Home. expands upon them and addsa and Imprsctlcalities But it is
The family requests that How. '
number of new features. our belief that it Is baslcly
ers please be omitted.WINTER .
Here it Is: sound and that despite the upheavals

1. Take the very heart of and the objections it

HAVEN the city that area bounded is bound to arouse it shouldbe S

on the north by Ave. A, NW, studied from a constructive SUNDOWNRESTAURANT
on the south by Ave. A, SW, point of view It should be -

THUR.OCT. on the east by Second St, NW studied thoroughly by our city
and on the west by Fourth planner our city planning : _

St, NW a total of foursquare Board the city attorney and
blocks with Central other attorneys, real estate!

Ave, bisecting It east Indwelt brokers architects, air conditioning
and Third St bisecting It and heating engineers, Cttsr AFTER CHURCH DINE/ WITH US

Opp. New Citrus Grounds running north and south Fix bankers, Insurance experts,

CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD this area in your mind by re builders, lighting experts, TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS
downtown property owners, N 4
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ferring to city map.
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Aunt AMIIUCJN LEGION
2. Close off Central Ave. the City Commission and of 1

r eeAOS to traffic In this two blocks course the Dowtown Winter FRICASSE OF CHICKEN 1.50 I
(rerouting State Road 542 Haven Council and the Cham- with noodles
which runs along Central to her of Commerce 1. r 's,

Ave A, SW). Close off Third -
St. for two blocks In the same MORE LATERAn ROAST LOIN OF IOWA PORK
area in similar fashion Innovation of this mag ,.. .e' ;f '; with walnut dressing & apple sauce I 1.75
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3. Completely cover both nitude requires more discussion
Central Ave and Third St as than can be devoted to

/ described above at first or It In this column In one Issue ROAST YOUNG SPRING CHICKEN I
with sturdy Mayor Hughes Steele 1.75 I f
e second floor love a : '
with walnut & '
dressing apple tauce
Chamber President Arnold Sil
Insulating translucent material :.- ."
which will keep out rain vert City Manager Cliff Ryan ___

and sun and will admit light the Chamber Executive Vice BAKED CHOICE SWISS STEAK f I

Then Install air conditioningand President Architect Gene : H'v mi t a ,. I 1.85
heating units at proper Thompson and perhaps one or r k + with natural sauce

and heat the two others, plan to visit another
to cool
spots where somewhat CRASH INJURES TWO Edward M, Lewis and Ronald Jones, both It and both of .
city a
whole covered area Florence Villa, were badly hurt when the car above veered off First St, N, and hit two trees I ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLING
similar project Is now in progress -
Place f m a i 11 l decorative Carneal Easton left, also a passenger in the car, suffered only minor cuts and bruises I 1.95
trees, plants, tropical foliage this coming week The. with walnut dressing & apple sauce
and visit may reveal unanticipated
decorative water pools
growth of federal and UK
comfortable obstacles which may prove power
fountains and Jackson Miss.
CARLA WALLENDA benches throughout the covered the plan Impractical. On the. morality centralization and restoration In Washington of law Are YouIfiteresfed AND MANY OTHER ENTREES
other hand the visit may encourage
AND HER WORLD FAMOUS area Clarion LedgerFor and order In our streets FROM WHICH TO SELECT.
HIGH WIRE TROUPE 4. Convert the north half of further pursuit. The newspaper' said Goldwa

the block between Central. More next week. Goldwaier ter "for the first time last in a

6 FRANCONISWORLD'S Ave. and Ave. A, NW startIng JACKSON Miss (UPI) week...squarely met the civil
GREATEST RIDERS with the alley into park' GOP presidential candidate rights issue" noting the GOP CHOICE OF Crew: .f Chiele. Seep. FUr.1.; / Or.,.

ing space, removing the old AuburndaleWoman Barry Goldwater received the candidate said he disapprovedof CheckAMonthfrom J.... *' T.m.t* J.n.
6-rHIELANIS BICYCLE ACT 6 buildings and
or unsightly editorial support Friday of the buttingof school childrenand
leaving the one new modern Jackson Clarion Ledger an tll-or.nothing attitude CHOICE OF TWO VESETAIIES Fresh Clot ... the
600 PEOPLE-ISO PERFORMERS building (a doctor's office). The newspaper one of the toward civil rights C.b S..w4Lele P.t.t.... Garde. Fresh Pees, C.**;.i
200 ANIMALS-IS ELEPHANTS4,000SEATS4,000 Do the same thing with the Unhurt two largest In the state notedIt The Clarion Ledger and the .n Investment of Yams, Frtik .u.n.
south half of the block between had been slow to endorse a Jackson Daily News which endorsed

SU5UOD Cjpitil-JI.500/ Dally EipiniCIRCUS Central Ave. and Ave. candidateThe Goldwater recently are qua .ty7 If you ere, SALAD C*...,* Chew with Fr* k H iUt/ fn a'Chef's
A, SW leaving the Goodrich said there the two largest In the state end mail the
In Car CrashAn newspaper just dip S.I.d! with ". .' Dreusq.; ;
.: \4J/t.\\\ store Leave all the stores and were issue which needed clarl R. M Hederman Jr. is publisher
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!f ;\., \"- .. buildings on both sides of tying 'Civil right. steady of both newspapers.rNappy coupon below or cell CHOICE OF HUNT: H*........d. ll,..*.", pi*.

dL1Te., I Third St Auburndale woman,Bertha tod.y F."cit A,,. F.. Ch.a.I.te Cress. P;.. Feed J.M...
f A walk around the perimeter Walling Wheeler, escaped tan Ice c:.....
trade DANA F. BAXTER
c of this proposed harmed Friday afternoon when a
mart will reveal that nine- car swerved in front other auto Halloween

tenths of the section suggested mobile forcing her off the road HOT ROLLS I SUTTEE COFFEE OK TEA
for conversion into parking and into a utility pole. Hayd.s. Mine & C..
DAY space is already parking Officer Don Jackson said Mrs. THICK U TREAT tee_ S.eiles20s

TIle Y..r.Hp4nt T..mle.n4 set, with Holiday Wo.dr.ue hi .'1'ht space, Existing buildings proposed Wheeler was headed north on >. $1. Wit Mr- A... A. NW I Special For Children Choic Kontt City
..ri.anw'th' Thrill n4 IM removal are remarkably Eighth St. NW, when a car DELMONICO STEAK
191.4747
wile Lu.Mr...rilled with ,_..... for driven Wolk of Malt... tfcl. .' [Roast Turkey $1.00 I I
number by Stephen .. .
few In wit* I H
upon Thounndt Moving Marv.le.TweeLNylhbyMiChI I Pt.... wed .. .... 1..ti. .' | .acespetal..5.f
'l' land cut in front of her Mrs ormi C'"N'Py """ Me '. eela. S
ildd'iF0''.akeM 3. Now modernize and make veered to avoid .. .. N o..ck... ..."..... m' k .". 'c* _.. aN 'Hie .... B..tawOw 2.50
into attractive "front" entrances Wheeler right i".s ......, .... .
collision and crashed head-on
TWICE DAIlY i B P.II. gaff a
the backs of the buildings
Central and Third Into a utility pole BEASLEY INSURANCE AGENCY H._ .. .. ... ..... .. Nsedn see m.d.rlv.s.. ..... re..s
along Mrs. Wheeler suffered only
tar POPULAR PRICES which presently face the alley minor bruises .:::L-- U iMrfffV JsMsf .NiMlM H-Ht AIM Strove . . . . I is **)* ... lk.fwAvenue tee .-.leI.
AE/EONOSAIL CIRCUS S ON TICKETS These will become in most Damage to her car was esll-
DAY AT < / SINCE 1910 . . .
cases the main entrance to rated at $t,10JW Cre,. St. .. K and Third Street, S.W
KEY DRUG STORE INC each store Cut Central Arcade ,'ik was ,:barged with Imp roper *
110 AYE. A N.W CY 3 4147
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Pilots To Hold Denison PTA Has Panel TalkAt and and civil means defense; Herman; Tlllman Molt,White safety

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Founders DayPilot the Denlson Junior High clal education of Polk County Catherine Savant, public rela.
g School PTA meeting" Thursday schools; Or Jerry Griffith, and Dons, Mrs Jean Parks, year.
a Club memnberswill mark night a panel list usslon was Mrs Wllmer McCutcheon book; Carroll Teeter, program
Foun ler's poi at the meeting hell entitle, "110 W. Know Our Nurteo c hllils. president an. Mrs Sylvia Davis PTA coun.
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modern hospital is a Many patients have visited and, vile, the assistance for the hed. Instead consider It to be a bar. /
complex organization made up are familiar with department1' side nurse, the equipment for the
of many different professional of Radiology Under the directionof Anesthetist and Operating Room gainAlthough automation has made
services, Inter.dependent upon a staff of Radiologists, Us 11 I team, and supplies for the Blood far reaching changes in modern
the efforts of each other to pro. technicians and secretaries, Bank. Together with approxl. Industry and has been used in
vide the best possible patient process approximately 4,000 X. mately 200 members of thenursing limited areas in the medical
care During the past week this rays each month providing dlagnostlc department, they com. field, there has been no machine
column has outlined the actlvl. facilities tor the hospital, prise the 350 employees of the designed to replace the compas.
tie of thou behind.the.scenes This department Is also respon. Hospital Staff stun and tender care offered by
departments that the patient*el. slble for X.ray and cobalt ther. The American Hospital Asa the dedicated people in today
dom has the opportunity to ob. spy .,, elation has stated that there are hospital /i1i
serve. A partner in providing dlag. an average of 2.7 employe per ; \7IIfai
With Just a brief look into the nostlc services is the clinical patient bed in the average Amer. Ir' I i st
remainder of the Hospital (am.lly laboratory, where Registered lean hospital The current staff Snively PTA rr1A'
we will find a well equipped Medical Technologists complete of the Winter Haven Hospital a
Pharmacy operated by a Registered approximately 14,000 laboratory average two employe per patient Meets Monday
Pharmacist with the assistance procedures monthly. bed well below the nation.
of reglsted nurse and To provide the supplies, the al figure During the last fiscal The SnlvHy I l'II'nentan,
technicians thoroughly exper. people and supporting servicesfor year Just completed the appro S<'houl PTA will' start MOl< la)
fenced in hospital drug proce. these departments there are xlmate total salaries of the Ho*. At I T inn at the !ic IHM I .,u,U. IJI )
dunes. the Hospital Purchasing, Per. pltal staff were $1,200,000.: torlumSlnre.
The Physical Therapist and Inhalation onnel and Accounting, atone, To this add a 40,000 annual business as well is '
Therapist have well or. organized and functioning In the utility bill!.the cost of medicines, PTA Bargain Shop ashlonShowis t
ganlzed departments utilizing same capacity a* like servicesin dressings, other medical supplies on the atmida, there will be 4
the latest equipment availableIn local Industries and equipment and the no open' house prior to the meeting .
their respective specialities. These are the people whops costs of plant maintenance and Mr*. MuineRerndonpres. BIG i !
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief HUMPTY DUMPTY

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JACK IEAHAN Ass.cia Eddaag United Press InternationalWASHINGTON

PETER J SULLIVAN ."...... .4......' (UPI) Nol JOHN D. LOPP
since my 111.fated campaign tll
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE stamp out folk singing have I I

S"'MO'' I Anocde. I..c. Chicago. IIIEntri. run across a cause that Is Big Brother And His TV Monopoly

i, l 1924 .> th. ,..( Office worthy of a good old fashion r 1A't' '
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d *t S.;ond Clan Ml Mjtt.f ,l ; u I the close similarity between the Bit
'w Wnbr H...... Fiend. g....., te..f Mirth 2. |II" crusade But now I have one r Thoee who have scoffed at George Ortwell
With all the fervor at my 'y Brother of the socialistic state described by
'' command I urge you and all of ; i;Y his novel "1 M" and the performances of Lyndon Balnea Johnsor,
; \ MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU poetry loving friends to Lave only to look at events of the past week to be convinced
your
:.\ : OF CIRCULATIONS loin me In a campaign to lIVe J The President' on Friday took to the airwaves to reassure the.
,. 11the Soviet Command and the explosion
..... the Burma Shave signs nation that the shake-up
not aware of the first Red Chinese A-bomb represented no Increasein
Perhaps you were
MEMBER the to the Free' World
needed saving Iwasnt peril
that the signs
Acura Mombor UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL until this week. Then on Sunday might be demanded and received 30 minutes of
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Un tod Proti it .nLa l d to Hiss. uti either prime viewing time to repeat that message in a formal "Reportto
ASSOCIATION '.: r.publlciton. of all lecul.ws l pr nt Then I learned that one of the the People"
od m ht newspaper .t well .i all UP, famoui Burma Shave sign foreign policy pronouncement -
That ballyhooed as an Important
IU4 message
.wwi Dipttcliot. rhymes was being enshrined at l % i >*"*# wound up as nothing more than a political pitch In
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Smithsonian Institution JHW
the the benign Big Brother repeated
ADVERTISING DEADLINE which the President, playing
CLASSIFIED: DEPARTMENT: The Smithsonian agreed to almost word for word much of his earlier statement.
Oy th. Word I P.M. Proieui D L'Q.I l Net,cti: S P. .4. Present O.y Sunday Eddies D..dl fit: Friday. men reading: policy", but the majority of his hearers called It "politics"
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: "Within his vale The networks, who gave up prime Sunday night time for the
Sunday Ed,' en-) P. .4. Thursday; Monday Ed I en-I P .4. Friday: "Of toil "public service" address agreed with the President. So did the
S. Wednesday Thursday and Friday
Tg.lJ.y EJ ten-Noon turd.y;
denied Gold-
"And sin"Your Commission which Barry
Edit .i,-1 f.M. Two D.,. .n Ad.inc. Federal Communications ,
head growl bald water's demand for equal time as provided under Its ruling for

M.mber SoutK.tn N.w p.p.r Publuhtrt AllocutionM.mb.r "But not your chin." an answer to political utterances
Fler;d. Pr." Aneudion The Smithsonian's cultural I 11 t 1 ? A1 The FCC ruling, or course, came as no surprise to a nation that

TELEPHONE Cy".." 1 Jltl history section decided to make r, sassy I 't',1 yr'ni yit41a has seen the governmental agency preserve and maintain a JohnsonTV
this bit a shaggy doggerel a monopoly In Austin Texas- monopoly that has brought
museum piece after being told millions of dollars to the President his family in recent years.

A Thought For Today"For that Burma Shave signs were Americans could expect nothing more from the commission

rapidly disappearing from the t, tIY ) ; ,. :z..lcir<: ,. ; C4w since It has long demonstrated It Is completely subservient to

roadsides of America and soon \ .. ; ; the Johnsons.
abate would become extinct. .':. ... '. One network, NBC did grant the Goldwater organization a
(' all principality (rule and authority) What Is responsible for this 3(* ;"::( ':;, { skimpy 15 minutes on Monday night for rebuttal But that reply

and power, and might, and dominion, and every nom shocking situation Well, super :) v '/ .,<\,; :. .,). was made possible after It was too late to publicize it, and it was

that is named not only in this world (age) but highways for one thing. Can au." .;t <. "t/'i.;,.,\.. aired In conflict with strong programs on the other two nets
{
; In all probability, the publicity over this ruthless use of pres-
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also that ( and world) which is to come" Eph now whiz by the signs so fast Y : '
in age that neither the driver nor the :i.j.\, Idential power and the callused disregard for fairness and political
will backfire In Goldwater's favor.
Barry
honesty
1:11 have time to drinkIn ,
passengers The address could be the turning point of the campaign
Our Lord is supremely exalted over all ranks of the beauty of the lyrical "
especially for those who have read 1984".
intelligent beings, as the unique son of God. coupleti. s r Memories President Johnson on Sunday night appeared as the perfect
the tobacco
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett For another thing, r "Big Brother", benign, calm, fearless and all-knowing, as the
company that bought out cameras moved in to fill the TV screens of the nation with a full
Burma Shave In 1963 doesn't Arout'c1 a 20 YEARS AGO shot of his face.

care for this type of advert! Kirk Ylc sta And the words he uttered took on a Big Brotherlsh tone as he
Roye was
News Chief EditorialsA Ing And so these cultural landmarks Polk County Boned at Orange Tex. being be repeated two days almost earlier word for word his statements and reassurancesof
assigned to U.S. Yokes to
that once abounded from The address had been ballyhooed as an Important statementon
commissioned late in Novem
the billboarded coast of Maineto foreign policy and had been arranged-the nation was told- -
Solution Must Be Made the billboarded shores of her. at the Insistence of the Security Council,"which Is also the tool of

Before another Christmas season rolls around,, California are being taken Lyndon Johnson.
down 10 YEARS AGO This column several weeks ago warned that the Nov 3 election

Winter Haven is going to have to have improved It I.i estimated that there are IIAINES CITY -EL. Ladies Auxiliary Mary Davis Miss Jan Cronmiller a sen might well be the last free balloting In the history of the republic -

facilities for its post office The present building erected only about 400 left In the entire Panavas hat resigned as city Verna Taylor and Mi George lor at Florida State University .

in 1935 was designed to carry business up to about republic Unless something Is recreation director to enter Addison. was Interning here at Brig. Now It appears that statement was In error.
done, there soon will be none. private business -One of the most exclusive ham Elementary School Lyndon Baines Johnson has demonstrated his Intention to prevent
When it built receipts were $40,000. In
$80,000. was As we all know, marriages He was named recreation private clubs in Florida is in a free and open decision In this year 1964. His usurpation of free
1945 business had more than doubled and the receiptswere between the arts and com director on Feb 19 and a assumcd the formation state and If all 5 YEARS AGO and prime TV time for the projection of his Image and his platitudes -

$89,400. In 1955 business was more than four merce usually are shotgun affairs the post on March 1, succeed goes as planned constructionwill Jan Phyl Village would have Into countless homes across the nation under the guise of a
that are over before you Ing Jack Miller who resignedto get under way after the a Safety Patrol Woman In an "foreign policy" pronouncement and then the denial by an agency.
times as great as in 1935, or $181,900. Last year can say "Madison Avenue." accept the pmt of recreation first of the year effort to control a traffic hazard of equal and comparable time to his opponent, Is a short step Indeed -

business jumped to $563,900. Yet here Is one that has endured director at Titusville. The club, to be known as the that materialized from the dictatorship envisioned by the author of "1984."

During all of this time the floor space, or workingarea for 38 years. uplifting Panavas did not reveal thetype Arrowhead Golf and Country
and enthralling millions of business he planned to Club will be constructed about
didn't increase a square foot. On heavy mail motorist with such Immortal enter. three miles from the city on a Letters To The Editor ,

days the postal workers are practically falling over lines tsLadles: Committees have been appointed mile'square plot of ground on I

each other because ct Jack of area in which; to work. never D a De. or to guido the construe Lake Marion The club will be Dear Editor: permit this type of activity or regardless tic The yardsticks by which

There must be a solution end soon. The' piiuent\ building dine Accompanied" by A porcuplne. lion, publicizing. and financing owned by 80 persons.I.AKELAND Wednesday night our modern of any other reason progress Is measured are: (1.

could be renovated by the purchase of land to of a 75 bed hospital. The day society claimed another vie. someone Is bound to think of. Population Increase; ((2. Increase .
The Heart of Florida Hospital! city commission
Are we fellow devotees ol tim Another youngster's life The little motorbikes are one in retail sales. (3 Increase .
but this wouldn't solve such things as parking Association board of directors has approved by a 6.1
the rear, the spondee and the trochee was snuffed] out In a terrible thing, but a 300 horsepower car in bank deposits; and
and actually not enough land could be purchasedto going to stand Idly by met Wednesday morning and vote to revise preliminary. accident and the dreadful news barreling down the highway witha ((4. The amount of construction

make renovation that would I properly while these cultural vestiges committee were appointed architectural' plans for Lakeland was taken to the parents "Your 16 or 17 year old child at the going on. Statistics were given
a vanish Into oblivion N. y'' The commutes ai announcedby s new library.Comml'Riont'r son Is dead" How? Who knows wheel gives me chills But the on each of these which
service the community. The other solution would be Never! association president James James R West how. The train hadn't even stop. law permits It. And you and fare without a doubt that our economy prove-

to a place a new postoffice building in the downtownarea We must mobilize public White are'Fund cast the only dissenting vote. ped, unaware that anything had the law. We permit It. So a IS booming
raising Carl Floyd He objected that the plans do occurred. An engineer controll. Wednesday .
: 16 year old boy died
opinion against further disman Now brother
accommodate the growth sure to If are not
that could you
tlement of the signs Only chairman, Nell Phelps Glenn not provide a public entrance Ing a behemoth of a diesel loco because you and I haven't getting share of the .
come. aroused Hooker and Ralph Stalnaker. to the rear of the building from motive could very well miss see. stood up and accepted our r*. your prosperity
through an citizenry that's i all
I going on
Construction committee i : the parking lot. log a small boy on a motorbike sponslbllltles
retain the poetic tradi around .
can we look
to yourselfArent
Terry Spencer chairman John The library Is expected to be darting across the tracks, Let me say this then as I you,
lion bequeathed to us by the much
It Happened bard who wrote: Dcwcll. Herby Ingley!! C. C ready for ded: ation late in so you can't blame him consider It my duty to say It. time griping you spending when too shouldbe
Pope and Louis McKnight 1966 Unguarded crossing? Maybe, In this day and age of the pop. you
A young man got killed. It was nt one of the "Ben met Anna.Ben a hit. Permanent finance: Millard A proposed ante. dl1lent to the but I won't buy it 100 per cent. ulation growth necessarily re. studying how to make your

railroad crossings that we have written about a number forgot to shave.Bsna split" Williniham. chairman Dan plumbing code of the municipal. The signs are there, the cross suiting a tremendous Increase business more attractive to

of times as being entirely too dangerous to the Let this be our rallying cry: Townsend, R. V Phillips. E. E. ity has been rejected by the city log well known to all,It's a major In the truck and auto numbers this ever expanding market for
"When Burma signs Have Cook Tom and J. N. commission road and track, well traveled by on the roads, and the ever ad. your product
Hoag
traveling public. This won't be the last such tragedy : disappeared of ui.Will growa Lawhorn, The amendment would have vehicles and trains Warning vancing engineering Improve. The downtown section of Winter -

until warning signals are installed, we know that there beard" Publicity and public relations: permitted plumbers not licensedby lights would be welcome I'm sure ments of trucks and cars toward Haven is one segment of the
and state Isay area This one is
but the cities,counties, speed and horsepower, segment
will be others. There are a combination of things that -- Robert Cromer chairman, the City of Lakeland to do can't be expected to put up that It Is time that more wonderfully situated and whatis

should be done to help make these crossings safe, Buddy Ebscn. star. of "Th Sheeney White Mrs Vera work on water lines and sanl $20.000 worth of equipment ev. stringent laws be enacted to happening on the fringes can
the
Beverly Hillbillies. and hU slater Wharton and Stalnaker. tary lines outside corporate erywher a road crosses strain control who can operate these happen downtown If these pesi
Of course lights and gates would help, but even that Vllma. were a dance team I By.Laws Committee: John limits. track. Weather? No It was good. vehicles of all types and how they imistic Wolf, \\olf callers

won't cure It. We honestly believe that an underpassand In Flying! Colors." a Broadway r Dewell, chairman, William !Miss Jan King took over as Visibility was good Then who? shall be operated and this should will get busy and devote as

some road closings would help at one spot near musical hit of 1932 Combee and C E. Davis. municipal court judge in place Who's responsible? How about apply to all of us that get behind much energy and effort to im
of William G. Carver. She was me? How about you? You don't the wheel of any type of vehicle proving their businesses aa they
will have to have
Lake Shipp ; the other crossings appointed an assistant to suppose you and I could be re. I say that 16 years of age Is too have to fighting the parking

Of The DayBy Carver several I weeks ago by sponslble for this terrible accl young to operate any type of meters and the shopping centers .
lights.We know that it won't be fool proof We know Topic the city commission She Is dent, do you? "'e\llt\ just might vehicle on the mule under any Why fight anyway'
belived to be the first womanin be that we are. so-called restrictions or con. The above mentioned
that there will be others killed because of carelessness history to serve in the post Did you know that it was per. dlt Ion.. iiation should humbly beg organ that

but let's do everything possible to cut down ALVIN SPIVAK "Thank you, thank you so here Tectly legal for thllle.y.ar.old I call on our legislative del*. instead of having three separate
life is and snuffedout United Press International much for coming out. boy to be driving this powerful gatlon to consider this matterIn .
future deaths. Every precious once organization. we all join together
CAMPAIGNING WITH JOHN. The President has used the LAKE WALES Directors of machine, capable of speeds up private thought and public .
cannot be brought back. UPI-Backstalrs' at the automotive amplifier to Invite the Greater Lake Wales Mer to GO miles per hour down the hearing before the next sessionof and have a Winter Haven
White House: crowds along his rout to chanti Association have decidedto highway. Even at the age of 14 the leglalaturelforonewould Area Business Men's organ

DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS President Johnson never "come to the speakln' at ask the city commission to It would be legal And these vote for a bill putting this responslblllty iiation Please lets stop the
aj made It-or wanted to as a whichever downtown site he the parking meters motorbikes are so popular with of transportation on petty bickering and be booster
+ remove
2. Atone 20. Earned S w s that
"ham" radio operator. But he was approaching from the streets here. the younger set that the number the adults and out of the handsof attract people and business
1. Cut a* time 21. Author.bed j ; "ANv I* a tiger with his new built-in And, stepping out of the car Association President Tom of them parked at the school child,en. Interested CitnenAlmanac.

4. grass.8halwithout\: 3. Lightning 22. Hobo: t y, s n c limousine public address ays. and standing on a swing out Freeman will be the spokesman grounds on any given day would David J. Frledrlch
board he has used a
tern running astound you. And what do you
.1..1.pel'llOn
second thunder for the Tuesday night
The Chief Executive used to microphone attached to Ih.car' group expect a mere child of this age
2.. D. 'Atl
South Dear Editor
4 :
p when the mailer Is brought up
have his In add public address system to do with of these things
singular Carolina: part ? M i, T a problem res. at the city commission meeting to one Just what Is the Downtown
(archaic) abbr. 25. Small I sing street corner crowd ctur.Ing give extemporaneous speeches but have fun You can't expect Business Men Association doIng By nitrd Press International
9. Cuckoo 5. Flock anchor c' his campaign-and "non.pollttcat"awtngs at street corners Mm to do anything else to us' It baa advertised to Today II I Sunday Oct. 25. the
10 Aromatic 6. Jewish 28. For around the William Jennings Bryan Very few at this age have any
the 299th day of 1964 with 67 fol.
the world through news to
It BARTOW !More than 200
tree month ex country. never had so good. comprehension of danger, safety
11. A 7. WorkS ample: 1'.1....ir *.._. Johnson would cup his hand This ha* com as a welcome Bartow Jaycee: will participate to others, even death. And I papers that all merchants In lowThe
relative abbr. 41 Mountain signal\ in a first time effort to have Downtown Winter Haven are moon i* approaching its
West Indie to his mouth and shout or relief to U.S. Army would be the last advocate. .
13 Fanatical Island SO WWII lake aide would come running with corpsmen who have had to the Florida vote return reported trying to drill this into the mind going broke because. of the parking last quarter
15. Destitute 11 United vet 43 Fall M a ..It. contained microphone trail behind the PresidentIn to the nation within minute of carefree youth That will come meters I've heard no objection The morning stars are Jupiter .

16 To Nations: 33 Excltma 44 drop.Descry amplifier loudspeaker known the past with those electron.Ic after the polls close on Nev 3. soon enough with the reaching to the meters except uw Mars and Venus

.peak abbr lion 45 Muslo rudely a* a bullhorn.But bullhorns. Approximately 100 Polk County of maturity and faring the world agitation of that organisation The evening start are Saturn
monotonously 12 Bud of a 36. to Appoint an note the revamped, bullet re. Frequently, without any cer. Junior Chamber of Commerce with all Its oncumbent tribula. It has consistently advertisedthat and Jupiter

IT Not many 14 potato Evil spirit office 49 Nova slstant "bubbletop" limousine tainty the devices would be : members wilt take partin tons and seriousness So what it is abMhstely against Explorer Richard E Byrd
19 Edge 15 Editorial 38 Retired Scotia that Johnson now 1* using has used, they have kept them In a cooperative project being are the sequences?They race hopping centers I know and was born oa this day In 1888
20 Desert: "I" 40 Celebes* abbrm a permanent amplification sys. the trucks of the commwrtca. sponsored by the Network Elec and chase. virtually uncontrolled you do too. that shopping centers On this day la history
Ala tem In It.Johnson. lion car that customarily take Uoo Service a pool arrange. up ad down our residential are. a sure sign of growth In ls54, the Charge of the
23 A food /'P [1 It ra c26 ": speaking from big up the rear of presidential auto men of the three major broad streets and open highway and are good for us all I know Light Brigade" was made.

Perform I '0 comfortable seat, can talk to caravans. eating media and the Associated throakesiag lit and Umb of all one merchant and I believe Some 670 men of the EngtUh
r
%7. Before: / crowds along the way about Some sergeants and Renee Press and United Press IBternatiMal that would get la their way A there. are others whose! bust Light Cavalry fighting ta tN

naut ''I ,,1 ,t ''I anything ranging from foreign ant are In excellent physical small child, darting across aresidential ness in Downtown Winter Haven Crimean War charged s hear!
29 Instrument Muilcal policy to traffic direction shape today as a result 01 hav. The City of Barlow may at street, an older per. has increased considerably ly fortified Russian artillery

31 Whether "n t .. "Come on, folks," let' go, ing to race along lengthy lines temp to get on UM list of son trying to cross a city street la the last year past
32 Self we're running late, Johnson of ears with two bullhorns in prospective' sites for a proposed wouldn't ban chance Not frommalUctonsnons The Downtown Bus I ine ts.Men In 1IM. the Fascist governments -
34. Help / % .7 ". ? told torn aweetruck bystandersIn hand, on a moment's notice to traiaia* school order cosuUer. 1* this done nor .s Association .has advert of Germany and Italy

35 Pinch n 'I 11 '. East St Louts, 111., the offer Johnson an audio assist. aunts for Ceetoral Florid or most probably do they even knowit ed to th* world OHM* the formed the .'Rome-Berlin Aila '
10 I 1L other day. They were In !IIImotort'ade" most of the time. "
37 sip m a1- There was something of an the Tamp Bay are*. newspapers of the whole area iI.
after It Is child of 16 to be held
way
38 Notoriety 11 to2. 19 ,'" been stalled few incongruity la the* days, whe The state caMoet has author a that Winter Haven is not a IMS, the U.s.. biorkaifefK
had a
ready responsible tor Ida acts justas
Beneath
/ had to where merchant would arms shinnnnts to Cuba.
freight a Secret Service agent Iud a survey of eowrtls town where any
t passing ?
46 Girl'sname minutes by an adult Is Certainly not.
I J3 II. It % H stand beside Johaeon la aa the state might obtain a free want to set up a .business stepped a sm.c steel eee4a1e-
tor him
train. But It is legal to op.
47 Concise\ ''U .. m m Johnson had cause for being open car hoWlag up a bollhornor site m case the next legislatureauthorises crate a machine capable of Jut. I want each of yon. please faNC oil hut let ft rofrtmoe *..
... FnIItol a r'h'd'h'l'h m Impatient, having been delayed two-while still scanning the a new reformatory tag death and destruction to him to go beck and read the first In 1963 the got emmet*of the

the oak 1iI '40 'II r, rs rr .f slightly on leaving Akron Ohio crowds for possible assassins. City Manager C R. Odom ba sotf and others, and you and I cotes on the front page of Domintcaa RepvMk ws toppled
60 Back talk I / by a cement mixer blocking an Modern devices and the new. aid that he had net been contacted are responsible fir this last Sundays News Chief by i bloodless coup

si a ..r exit from the still uncompleted ly designed bubbletop' have in regard to the surveynor We as voters *re responsible Economy of Local Are u
51 petI' throughway on which Ms cav. eased those problem But even ha_ be done anything on the for this Law l regardless of pressure Booming Also In the time A thought for the day German

53 Watch y. 19 ra IIQ / ai 1, ade had been routed. with the electronic help, John matter It hj* been rumored in ro; ,iN'>ist t kroup:* rep paper plea<.r read. the ham poet Johaaa Goethe said
.DOWNJ. Latter lent ing St Louis Mo son has been having almost: an the cm that the Bartow AirBase res.'iliH th' inu'irturers of her ( "mrncm The think.n*. 'He only! earn fan freedom

II IR / Johnson told street rowdsthrough impossible time ol rei'ing over nll:>.ht possibN be offen t 'hove n.u hl", i r" +vlre' from worth IvkvnR I nt, I ufkl. ant existence. who daily con

.bone Hair on neck IO-a. his car loudspeaker' a ..as* ol ipalgn boat'aeness. '" the iUte I ':u-tie, 1 I 1\4': ; >eeli.cu. 'ant !the iun,tjr, arc auth<'n losers anewPage




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HUGE FEZ leads the Naples delegation of Shrlners, one SHRINERS' WIVES Hostess for wives of Egypt Temple Shrlners at the events hero CARRYING OUT ORDERS City Manager C CRyan
I of nearly a score of communities represented In the two-day this weekend was Mrs Jack Allison left With her. from left, Mrs Frank Thompson Mrs I.I shining a Winter Haven policeman's shoe us part of the CHICAGO Workmen

program which Included a ceremonial and a dlnner-dancs. R. S, Lang and Mrs John K. Mitchell who was hostess at a reception Friday antiC that RO along with their more solemn rltr construction were supposed project to at be Chlrago on a.

Ion: SHORT utRIUOECnKaT ; '* O'Hare airport Friday but
37 Area Orchid Show Slated
Egypt TempleContinued Nixon Attacks Ridge C.llf.UPII\ turned up their none at the

( From Page One) (Continued From Page One) (Continued From Page One) meeting of the society Thursday -1 he K A R Market here to Idea
A skunk, just( panlng through
ul'1'd'out a way to bent the current
Won el and Dr. E. L. Moore whining the most points In the night
Team came next followed\' by : coin shortage The market fell Into a concrete pit of a
both of Lake Alfred "Barriers thaw 'Corsages are really an an
; hangar under construe
the exciting Drum Corps offered 100 trading stamps to cargo
Johnson PolicyOn for Spreallng< Decline Control" W R. Charles of Winter Ha dent art," Mrs Prttijohn lion
The Chanter Float featurIng any cuntomci brnmlnu in MO: In
\ the Egypt Temple's choral by Dr R F. Suit and Dr. A. W. ten Is general show chairman sale. tracing their origin In change The Anti-Cruelty Society prom

group came after that Feldman both of Lake Alfred, Harry Burnett la entry the Grecian, garland the lie The score at the end of the I lied to lend a man to the airport

The motor patrol composedof "Burrowing Nematode Prog. chairman Ills phone number: wailanei\ and other "Modern nest. day $3000: In coins 10,000 today to catch the skunk

the precision motorcycle Free CubaHOUSTON teas Report," by C. Poucher, 293.3306. art has developed the Ounce stamps dMilbuted and solve the labor problem
Division of Plant Industry, Win. Every orchid grower In the methods of proper conditioning .
,
riden, followed the chanter -- -
let Haven "Stimulative and t'nh.r of the flower to
; Ridge area ia Invited' to -- keep
kinds The Oriental of weird Band Oriental with \Instrumentj all. Ice.Presldent(UPI Richard) Former Nixon Nematocldal Effecta of Ethionon their orchids and every orchid them beautiful and how to HIGH SCHOOL and JR. HIGH STUDENTS

Citrus Seedlings: Parasitized by lover I ts Invited to attend lI..mhle them for all occalions" '
said the United States
Friday
came marching should exile the Burrowing Nematode:," by the show and to become a Do want to make better gradesin
down the street next recognize an gov. Dr. A. C. Tarjan and W. M. you
ernment of antl.Castro Cubans member of the society Annual Displaying" orchid! fashion
The Midget Motor, those Wouts, both of Lake Alfred; school?
tiny race car that were run and "support the free Cubans "Control of Citrus Snow ScaleIn due are W for individual and they had created were Mm

ning all over town in formation logistically" ruiBUTI TO HOOVER Prcb Florida," by Dr. Robert F. M for families Bertha nruchweiler Mrs W [
yesterday morning, made Logistics Is the military term dent John' :n | It ib'ito to Brooks of Lake Alfred; "Old Mr Edith Iliiwrlh of lakeland R HatfleM Mrs A R Man i)1)Wl1f
their appearance in the pa. for the supply of weapon. and Herbert Hoover In the \\'hito and Nucellar Lines in the Foun. I'I membership' chairman. cock, Mrs. W R. Simanton.Mr / / !
Jude next. other war material. Homo saying th It In the datlon Grove of the Division of Her phone Is number R8A! 3279 Marjorie Knapp Mr.

After that came the candidate Nixon called the Johnson ad. former pr ,dint- di ith then Plant Industry" by G. G. Norman In Winter Haven Mr. W A Clark Dr. Esther Ingram,
Division of Plant Industry Simanton 44S W Lake Summit Mrs Luther M. Beat hire
still and ministration a "do-nothing" administration :ill m U clowning, around cutting up In foreign policy i an and tho wo i Id h,if l lost ahumunhLuum Winter Haven; and "Citrus Drive. phone 2M.MWl. Corresponding Charles Jackson and Mr. TAKg A IrllD AND rOWII MADINO COUISI
lli1'n of all Grove Heating Some Thermodyanrole Secretary, will accept Ray Peret.
The Topper were next, anew "Not only should we recognizea Considerations," by St k Mr tilt C.Ibp l.:44j, Vets y.yri.lf:
u..lc:41
unit featuring Honda motorcycle government of free Cubans, rmmklnd Dr. William Grlerson of Lake memberahlps! held mid lid.ly ; III C.!U.., : l taster with k.t-
Society meetings are
*. we should support the free Cu. Alfred Mfir.s )1011111MONTEREY tee ..myr.k.nilaitIATUIDAT .
After that war the Fun 'N bans logistically" he said Nation Pays monthly and rotated among : Calif 'UP!' MORNING star I Herts Ottkf II d .. 1 select
Some of the papers In the the cities& with the larger
Frolic outfit That was the "The present administration (Continued From Page One) handling and processing sectionare memberships At each meet Richard Pollute I II a psrt-time. N.tlMlly Isaac MOOIAMi, ACHIIVIMINT IN "A DING
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clowns, by far the favorite of only has not given logistic sup. : "Decay Control of Florida their neoloiliit in addition Ida .-
members bring
closed for the night at 9. Po. Injt ular duties" as an Army enlisted
the thousands of kids who law port, they have Imposed t "
blockade In reverse they lire sale they expected the Citrus with XAmlnobutane, by plant in flower for showingsand man at Ft Old h..e.In Sponsored by ,the .
the
parade. A. A. McCornack and E. F.
crowds to be heavier today. !Identifying Interestingand fait. of his flndlnuB
to one
have not allowed them ac.
The last unit of the Egypt Hopkins retired), both of Lake
Friday's services wore instructive program are has bIIfIalllt4ll1 In official nohMlrnl .
Pala quire arms or supplies or any. Lakeland Business Institute
Temple group was the Alfred "Evaluation of Pectinin .
;
thing necessary for guerrilla preceded by a funeral procosslon pretwnled by'HOtInil..d *uI archive a. the 'pollnac
Parts of Plnesp.
mino Horse Patrol. Component
warfare" In which Hoover's body I nor it 11, usually followed hv ceta< 'III" in his honoi The dl>-
The Bahia Temple unit war carried by horse-drawn plo "Oranges During Matara.tion a question and answer period coven was a JO million ,vtaioiii <<1Pa On Lake Wire
led by the color guard There have been numerous ar. by A. H. Rouse Dr. C a
were caisson from Union Station to .11''knmo bioii."r i 10 '
Guest are *l ik. a i I''" "1 i inhlln "
rests by federal ..uthorltl.l.cenerally D Atkins and Dr. E. L. Moore,
They
and legion of honor. the Capitol Johnson met t h at the rnnllu' A prevnw whale t"'md ..n i the
were followed by the potentateand the Coast Guard of funeral train from New York all of Lake Alfred; "Evaluationof Laktland) Ha. MU 6-7856
antl.Castro Cubans trying to Pectin in Component Parts of of the fall ,11(1'Ii" uiven br JlIIT: r? 11 (tf .miiitai rL' ,
divan complete with motorcycle and rode In the procession be. \ nW") CO mi. itrt f '
send arms from the United Silver Cluster Grapefruit Dur. Mrs f M I. r n II"hn i at a
icortiAfter hind the caisson
States to guerrilla fighters In Homer died In New York Ing Maturation" by A.H.Rouse,
that came the Drum Cuba. Such arm. shipments are Dr. E L. Moore, and Dr. C
and Bugle Corps followed by against federal law, Tuesday at the age of 90 from D. Atkins, all of Lake Alfred;
the 1 i. Internal hemmorhaglng after r. BrU and Brlx.
n u>r .'Ji' "The Degrees
Nixon told a news conference currlng Illneose during the last
Next came their Oriental President Johnson ought to de. year. Johnson, GOP presidential acid Ratios of Oranges Utilizedby

Band, Chanters, Drat Band hate Barry Goldwater in public nominee tarry M. Goldwaterand Florida Citrus Processorsfor GOLDWATERBELIEVES
the 8ea''cM 19M 59 through
and fina j another Fun "'N to show how he propoeea to other political leaders at.
16364 by Dr George F.
Frolic unit. meet new crises in foreign af. tended memorial services In ,
Wett>rook and F c. Stonstrom,
After the parade the cantil- fairs New York Thursday both with the Division of Fruit
------- observances marked
Friday's
,'ate ( nt back to N"ra Mayo md Vegetal 1 I. Inspection of (lie
Hall for the final part of the 4 At the third time In the last year Mate Department of Agriculturein M
OlympicsContinued had the hirer
and Washington seen
Ceremonial. A dinner Winter Haven"Microbiological
al of a fallen leader The bodyof
dance were scheduled to conclude ( From Page One) the late President John F'. and Storage
the weekend' festivl Kennedy was borne to the ro. Study of Chilled Orange Juice. w
tie*. veil of secrecy early Saturday tunda last November and Con. by Dr. Roger Patrick and E,

and were apparently hua era! of the Army Douglas Mac. C. Hilt, both of Lake Alfred;
tied to an unknown destinationA therein "Us of Gas-Liquid and Thin
Arthur also lay In stale
Johnson Plans commercial airliner carryIng April. Layer Chromaiographlc Tecnni.

the three on the last leg of The Senate chaplain the Pew quo In Orange Essence Analysis .
(Continued From Page One) their nigHt from Japan landed Dr. Frederick Brown Harris ," by Dr J. A Alt aw ay, !

Later Johnson will drive here before dawn at Friendship Airport gave a brief eulogy to the man D V Hendrick, and R W. WoU\ inSOCIAL

for the top level campaign strategy In nearby Maryland under who left the White Houoe during ford all of Lake Alfred; "Com.

session, which Democrats heavy security precautions. the depths of the >pro*. parleon of Orange Concentrate
hope will give them a Florida Security agents barred newsmen slon In 193) but won admirationfor and Foam.mat Powders using

victory in the Nov 3 election. from the plane. The the work ho did to benefit Chromatographic Procedures,"
The strategy lession will be three Including one who had mankind by J. H. Tatvm, G. L. P.rkl. SECURITY

a closed affair and Is scheduled been a member of has country "The amatlng record Herbert and. 8 R E Berry, all with thoU
Fruit Prod
for T p m at the Dupont 'a canoeing team did not Hoover has left In the accom. and Vegetable .
tarts Laboratory In Winter Haven
Plaza Hotel, When It'* over the get off with the regular pa*' pllsfciBoat of resetting enterprl*. "A Shady of Bud Densityand
President leaves Miami Inter sengen Officials would not e. under our starry banner and ,
Rocwwtltutlon Rates of
make comment bettiac the needy earth speak
national for Orlando any .
Airport The canoeist Andrasa Toro for /...... ... In almost unfco.llevaMo Foam mat Dried Citrus Pow.
about 1:30: p.m. ,. dart," by C. J. Wagner Jr.
resells' far beyond ,
24. the first athlete froma
The President will stay over wa and O W. Bluett, Agrlee&twralRessech
of add
poor power ours to or
night at Orlando' Cherry Plaza Communist", country to defect detract Harris said Sorvtco. WDA, Or.
Hotel and It slated to make a during the 1964 Olympic Came "H. ,believed. that the clouds Undo, and R. C: ferry of Win.
campaign address about He had placed fourth In the tor Havon
major were lies and that the blue sky
9'30 a.m. Monday at the city men i Angles canoeing event Is the truth "Some Factors Affecting fee
Colonial Plata hopping center The other two were tourists "Meekly ho came through ttto!: Level sad Persistence of Dip
He will travel to the center by Denev Vnva 42 and Karoly fires of Criticism to adulation honyl KosMuos la Cltrw
motorcade Molsar 35 icon. an eieetri Dr. F W.
awl coronation la tko heart Fruits, by Hayward
The last stop on the President I cal engineer told authorities in of the nation he had served so and G J. Edwards of Lake AL
's itinerary takes him to Toll)'" be had been subjected to faithfully always he wore fred; "Phenolic Amine Contend In Barry's own words:
Jacksonville Henning Park for pern 'itaon because he took the white flower of a blan.!OM of Citrus Juices"by Dr..1.St...
a speech about 12'30 p.m part In the 1954 uprising life" art and Dr. T. A. Wheato. both
favor sound Social I want to
of Lake Alfred "DoMttertac of "I a Security System. see every

10\1'\ .J1!._ Concentrated! Grapefruit Juice

\ ,'""' '. with Nartagiasee" by R W receive all the benefits this provides. AndI
Olson and E. C Hill, both of participant system

Lake Alfred; "Canned Orapo.

J A'r ms mat Salal Sections, as Affected and Canard U Final CU. I want to see these benefits paid in dollars with real purchasingpower.

Drained Weight aad Quality by
Variation M Raw Fr..H BrU "
Daring Three Packing Seasons,* .

by R D Carter, Cypress Gar.
deal Cltru Products, ....wn.tar .
Harm; "*Md Oils from Flo.

rids Mandartas," by R. Mos SENIOR CITIZENS: i
trlekson and J. W "....r_,
-q bun of Lake Alfred.

i ,,1 til iui*l.! reports 1nfhM of o interest of Wttregenur' will Ye. know yew S.cld( Security dotes bay "'tfC'Je' ,. now fhon they 414 low

:. ':' .<: :: '<,.-', 1 ertorraaaeo-. and Rail of of ForttMtten..(*.#.*' yeor .,.. TItI./ U des N the 'luflotloaory'' heed pfodtKeo1 by d.fkl' ipewdU/

iMe..". by T W Young svT'al policUt/ tock M phi preset A4ml.lttrtlon believe ,U. EUcfUo Go4.<4w.tr wilt
espMiM1 stotttn InH
,.,rtstead. awl Dr. C. t.K" p'etf.co 5 ....d.r flK" policy which win remit ,U meal pwtk.ciey. power for
of Lake Alfred "Re****.
anon of Kemattss Cewdpoao your SocM& Socurity 40.... I It t It see .bow m*..y doflort you 90! s If I J. .haw

with CkoafcalKToarno
"urfcraaa*," by Dr. A. C Tar. m cb those rfottort. wlH tMI y that! c..-',. VOTE FOR COLOWATU sad Y...rDottart .

.y/ Jan of Lake Alfred; "c.,..*. Wit Icy MortlAMERICANS
Pont Loaf Spotttac FWIII That

Attack Orchids la Florida* by FOR COLDWATER 124 W. Central Ate.n. .
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[I : By JOHN M. TAYLOR Director m nn mm NMT ....".- ILKTtOHMi..r PROPOSED
MIRIKy
folk Cwwry Diolkoto Iridoo Clubt QII CllIIIIS Bum
q/elNn III Nil hili CwMTrlMw CONSTITUTIONAL
.Nsri;:; utili AMI TI

NORTH ploiMMps, and Mr and Mrs.Jim Utrl MUM ..cJ I.-SFIRa! AMENDMENTS
t', un
'ttI 5-t7 Nicholls of Lakeland bad a see. 1FIFINI4 s .r .. 1H4

H-QJ742 tlonal second in the same event.
0 014 H.. t Oa 1coN'uvMTICIA
There will be a masterpolnt DIM
.. I 'roM1fT 10
FORAGAINST
WEST game in Lakeland tonight An. f'
e.e.e N N.rMf0lJwdl9 / ...
EAST other masterpolnt game will be lortort. .., ,...Id.nt ..d VkPmdmtVoM wNr ",. M

SAJ6UQlot4 H-I H-41D played In Winter Haven tomor. K. Soup' M InwwMM. ....=-;: N I ir.d.urn m.yN 111. w.MI 1 wrinaAr w Nw.,,, J ],tCONITITUTIONAL t\-. ,;:;%
afternoon w INI .Yr
row Next Sunday all 61o1M / / N ,
1091 D
-J? .... -
CQt$4 CAK9T2SK4 player from Winter Haven,Bar.

tow, Plant City, Lake Wales; Mk I -
....
and Auburndale will play free at CONCAC.UMM'lt L.IIOIWII J FORAGAINST 4i .IIEIIDMU1 1 TO
H-AKI07SD I the regular Lakeland game .ncu: XVL IICTION 1im.r
(a1M .rMw r LrA41.n /
C-AKJ7* For Unif.d Statot SoriotorVon -... A.w..a w 1 "I;nrM IN NmdW'wiMrnv: : '."
-10 :, '
1 Ct_ I. J rr.d Nlda : d, .n1M/M..a.Ihn,u : '" ; w
l" OnFor INL a 4i
Many excellent book are writ, Wahncia Names

ten every year on how to apply DIM w N. .
I CONITITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
__ logic and scientific techniques October As M- J FOR ARTKU XII M.CTION It, to
I. ...
HJt-MCTIONl ( ) J 'kjjtl.iljrilliffM )
the bidding, playing, and defen. 0r4r&F. ara.. ._ew :r.: .."mwi S..::"TaN'wnl .
A III d .
slve facets of bridge The above 'Fire Month'The : ., ". ..... -ur A.I N:: f (NlM mm NnM '
M nWW.aYrI..eMw .lrf
hand, from the recent master. CLAM LNut" J AGAINSTtit I : 'nrrl. i:" :'-
cv.oo .. 0.1) d ...
.,.
point game In Winter Haven, Wahneta Community has r.. I/x :"rr rrWIN wImII :

proves that In more cases selected the month of Octoberas .. wFOR 4
than the would like to "Fire DIM w4CONITIIrNTIONAL
experts Month"All ... M.e IMIll"
admit winning bridge de. residents of Wahneta are LFOelATrrl> A t1 d XII AMENDMEIAKTICLI UCTION I IrMW. 1 TO

pends largely on luck or in. asked to pay their flre protection State SeR.... =- .....,-, .I.d .444 M .HOMlTM.,,..Nora N U,An l-m" w %II .

tuition. dues during the month as the fire 1w.M4 lIP I C L rear x.w hM Imo a,. Wean nl f3'-' :
AA.mr ewNNa N a.N IMxa d
ALA Irv ,
All N.S teams bid the above protection dues are the only
hand to a 411 contract without source of Income for the Wan.

any Interference from E.W.West neta Fire Department to main. DI"
I
was always faced with the cru. taro proper fire fighting .equip FM 104."' .... State HevM .f RtoroMtittrimFM 1 _(silk ;: 1
rial choice of an opening lead ment. Na .

Since N.8 had bid nothing but Fire protection dues are $S e.- w 1ye -UIJam. CONITITUTIONAL ARTICL AMENDMENT[ X11A TO

ESC' hearts, West had no clues. per year and may be paid at the ( 1a one, 1A..a wMr.wpmdr mlY MAwl -
4 nxrWt +Mlr w..rrmmi: Ir
only general rules of conduct to following locations an. y's r h..I.Y.IN..WIIr'y/N.W b,,mr :: ,,,1:I I Ir ,
follow, Most of the West Groceries Aa.mir, i' uv
play. Smith's Service Sta. ; : : : .
I ;
DIMw.1 r rw.rA.4 w' MT ; l
avoided laying down the tlon and the Wa ,._. UN.Yrr.w..r.. rff'IM4 b*.IMInrtartf ",'.nN. In. tr
ers meta Water De. ... .. .... L. J FOR e'' *at Mr Midi twin y m.hti DM '' .
1AA Mimbor Stttt H. tiMtr Rail ......,.. \ :.. ,nM'1pY'p;;, :' ,
to partment .. .. I
spade ace, hoping trap a pos. Building ... m. '" ...
.. ... _
"
slble honor in the N.S holdings. Insurance companies will be N.a ...=IN- *. I I
.IP I fi
They also avoided leading from notified of the names of all un. ,
AGAINSTFOR
the club queen, fearing they Paid Wahneta residents 'Vow to OmFw .WiJ d
WEARS IT A WEEK A-trnulRu -tB\\ _hv :!:)k >rt\\'., rinK, would give the declarer a "free w 1 R.. "

a Gemini pr JD vet hi v ill not Ink Irf for week finesse". This reasoning led toa COIINrr __ DIM CONITITUTIONAL AKTICLl AMENDMENT XIIJt R) L

climb. Into in F104B jc-t h.dMr, at t:.!Iw rd Air F"r" Rrsc diamond or heart lead, and B&PW Honor HMIM d .' ,. ,/,. Mn. .
that allowed South to make 611 wmn.
Calif. for.1 l hop to" H(,list m T The flight I mt "f ,ix ht Sheriff ..=-; : d /rmdlN.,* fwnly ,n.u x ; I
,..
I with no trouble Bosses At urAw w t :
will make during the '"wen dB" lie '11111,01 rule ntrlfuuo Ien" Irlrr..,. t
Three West players played a"gralblng" d WIN ,,. ,
three timer nnd ,
upend 96 hours In a dummy *1'111" ship H s wm.
anticipating
all for a medic' il valuation for future Gemini xpace flight game, Party MondayMembers
an adverse distribution advan. AwwW.l w r
DIM
of to two weeks ,
up iMriM M, Na
tage In N.S'. favor West cash. J
of the Business and won d CONSTITUTIONAL AMFNOMENI ro N
1 ed the spade ace and shifted to FM 5.1_ ./ Rot iot.tioto MTIL'L[ XVI

partner's club ace after get. Professional Women's Club will .. -mnM,u N hwmwo?:;::''::' '
A.wMM N r :': I
:I' .
ting the proper signal This de. be host to their bosses Monday VON I. Or.' 1_ anMdwa AGAINSTFOR 1"..nun.,.Tarr mwNr. .t.M'N wW mmn it ... .;y: t
J mra11W1
night at the Haven Hotel Social d
dense held South to It tricks.
114RRfLlSSOUTHEAST will be from 7:00 to 7:30 with
Three other West players choosean I
lead dinner being served at 7:30.: (OV.KfsMOXLFw DIM A..w.r w .
N.CONSTITUTIONAL
aggressive opening a ANun ,
1
rw
small club away from the clubqueen. Dwight Holmes, District Dl. UNOPPOSED P'' :r.::;:::''. d d AKriCLI IV. AMENOMfNl SECTION M ro
rector Muscular Association cwnu0 .
Dystrophy _
'Vo. fino' .
w
CANDIDATES
On occasions fmalu4w' M ApkNIM Drna I'
one of these ,. i' "
of America Inc. of St. ,,. A.aA.M M.. I MM... ..r. Anv. I IY HMtM. M i iAIITICLI PI : ; .
East won the club trick and ur ne.d' II ''')44.M DIM n N tr MIw d W r arm" ,
be "'::LnTue I a IMI .I ...... INM.r AN, : m. i.Iv ", '
PLAZA tried to cash another club. This Petersburg will guest speak. Iw1 Lin, o'N Try ray rw N.'nM' Cwt atM Ktun J AGAINSTNt 4'A.W.w h.A: .M ':Irma.: ImmIl: :;:

Cypitn Ciideni Road gave South 11 tricks Two E.W er. His topic will be "Doss and f:':""."'I'V b ,:hn. rw4nry "'" ",," \ _
Phone Employe Relationship"Bosses' )raw pl.. Ire. IXI mnA ,nIh
293-S478 teams used combined Intuitionto ., .d. M ... ,...... atM DIM t I .

give the hand perfect de. event of the night club and is an most annual pa donut d IL,r,!:::,::l n,:::: /Y n)., CwM C nets Nwo J FOR d CONSTITUTIONAL N.AMENDMENT. InADTICLL
SPECIALS FOR MON. TUES. WED. ONLYr fense Frank Stapor and A. C. a en. P ,' rxN. ,. ._: ens 44..1 'iViv. In Py1b XVI
Joyatle one for both membersand m 115 XNlpr Nr A r ? ,..
C'.d TN.h bnM" nMowMN
Hancock of Winter Haven and )L NW n..ed ... ,
I INn nILL .. DIM A.I.ww ( t "
their bosses lintttt MMSuprWM nrrWr. L11YI'n'n... .
Wpa. .004 nnl" '
ln W
Mrs. Ewln Williams of Winter C..ft J AGAINSTN Wr rywr
Haven and Bruce l3arnesof Lake. e.'V"' .. 4u. Owl Gate d

R mMNr land used the club opening lead
IIISIIFR GIFT N.. It .
to to the East hand For Jud,. .f the D tttict; Court of AppulFor ,.... ,. NMC Na NOcosmmT,0NAL
get plus a DALLAS (DPI!) Neiman .. J AMENDMINI' IV
/wW a. Arvd. ..
.
WIN V SECTION ails MCCOUNTY
spade shift to capture two spade .,. ,
Marcus the Texas oil millionairei Mr Ono''
YI rust.' ww1u "
!InTmnn \"t
:,; :;
tricks They held South to 10 general store." has announcpd """""". ..".,,,. ''M'..... ... .
A.nwrr
w It .
I tricks for a top E.W score. Its traditional Christmas FN J.dp' .f the Di.ld Court .f App'dI. NMCY1rr1 'm/Nmn', 'fir':nwMd" :;::. r "
._ .
AGAINSTA.i.r
Around the Circuit aew. ,- e.c YatwL 0.. I' .;;; ,:=Hr.: :.::' ::':": "
S gift for the hard to pitaliI'h IVNnor PNi

The Lakeland "team" chant t ind hfY passenger balloon I. Jlld,. o( Hw Dntrlct Cure .f Aped DIM Ht II N. AMENDMINI 11CONI'nTUTNNAL ro

r M Iii plonnhlp event was won by Mrs. .__. Aw.N00.. ,01_Oral- e.- NVw wllTr I J 1 ACT ICIA. IVIIA
a Nnlml' a.IN RnMr '

columnist.Theo Walts., .Doug all of Hall Lakeland, and this. The pair with of giant gasbagscomplete fA" DIM A.w/.M N* II ;..;;:r;:::::: : .:;::;7i: .' :. I

i BuilderTurf wicker basket :::M.::a } : ::':'mwu .,:;,
,
AGAINSTN n
turf plus Robert Thornhlll of Winter cockpit and For Sotrottry of Stele ADAMI J .... .
Federal Aviation ,. "" r r Jrn
::: rMrn: :
Haven Mr. and Mrs. Jim N le VoM /IX On.' _

i: ......_" Builder halls of Lakeland and Mr. and SflSW Agency registration will sell for owIw N.. II
N. .11CONITITUTIONAL
\ ... Mrs Frank Stapor of Winter For ComotivllorFor 1 FOR a' AMENDMIII tUARiNL
..'- iNUtwl
.... .a Ono'' & l a. ILCTIOO I/
Haven finished second half
.....-- by a The feature gifts of past
Third went to Mrs =:=:! ::: Elt::: ; .:
,
"' point. place Christmas catalogues have Included DIM w n ::! ; ., : :;; ,, I .
..::=- C. W. Walker, Mrs. Ewln Wll his-and her submarinesand For CO"'it...... of Afrkulrtiro. I JI GAINSTA.i.w 444.rrirwwm.r, -r.-: ry? I la'CONTI111TIONAL

.- Hams, and Mrs Ted Flanlgan gold barbed wire to cv.oo Ir ONFN d .Ir Y Nor.M ""N'M SN .........

won the Winter Haven "Indlvl. dro the rangeland i bit .
up e1M M. IN M.11
dual" championship event. The S' T_.... I I. IM. 1 AMFOD".'" TO
second place trophy will to to ww ''ow P.1For LYNN dI A.TICU X. HcTION: ,r .
Mrs R. B, Craney of Barlow i. I : I '.m-::'::r4" r:An.Mr.11m: \ 1N Inwn M.Ilwl ; I

Builder Mrs Harry Brarkney of Lake. ) ,, AN.w.y G..".. INI DIM Awl./.a .... II i i: ::;;; :

land was third followed by ''v... 0." I ILanon'NT J AGAINSTFOR ...-INn xrrMN aw.M' ldYn/ rat rY / : I

Mrs Pat \'gt of Winter Haven 1 ..... I j

for small bag and I Mrs. Terry Blakemore of For $,... Svporif..iJ.ii/ of fubll 'ImtrvctHFor DIM --J )
Lakeland The Winter Haven ,,.. ,!; J ))1
IV low Pv
when/ with .
95 bought masterpolnt game was won by T
large SIt Mrs R. D hogan of LakeWalesand It DIM Cr (NDUMIUDCIT
Flori.*. Public' UtI""m CoifimiuioiMrFor --. L "14MISON I 1 COMMUMON' ACT
Mrs. Tom Bates of Lake
Ch.*. Saul, Uw tl rUrU. "..
rrw )fir One''
land and the Winter Haven team

of Mrs. H. G, Morris and Rob. =- f17J::.wnrN i: ; .
.
You save $2 on the combination. It's the ert Thornhlll St... Aitoriwr Iwo DIM I J =; w...... 4aMwI I m.r, ..
.. .
Two AWr C./
-r--'* ** *? .w ** .wM .a..
best deal we've ever had on Turf Builder, Polk County players fared" wellin vwrur Ono .I*.*'"* fct ::tign r.nrt'_'. 'IM,. XW ',:: '; : !
the St Petersburg sectional, .r M ill h..aN nwrr i i
the Trioniitd grass fertilizer. And we Alex Stelnlerg of Lakeland won a For Pybhc D.t.nd.r \ IwNara DIM J OiH MAfyL"H*OMIMtwr.DMrtMk. M Yin to t r..1eINM.aMarr ,of A::::';:
...
_
CN..rrv
the Master's Pairs, and Judge ... a IJeo ir 5E"f?;=+ '
have it just at the time lawns in this area hr "Pv : ;;
Robert Staufer of Winter Haven :I MMrr.w.aaN w :
= .:: L;
:: :
should be fertilized You'll love the won the Men's Pairs Mrs.Bates 1 ii'/ I'1m' oaM 1 I.I.r ,;... v.r aal,-: try w.n .... .
and Mrs. Hh For Mtmkor Start H.... of fUprotontativoiI na I J wAr "" '
Hogan were sevi n wi ,
'i.==: : :' ,
; : U .w
..
_
results you'll get using Turf Builder In the Master's Pairs Mrs. wwl ,4A.PN 1 A

now AND YOU'LL BE SAVING Bates teamed with Mrs. Morris 1 '' Ml .n N DIM AGAINST a'
went on to take a sectional sec. For J.de..e the Crimliiil Coyrt of Record bMDaINMraWN IJ W AA
...
.
MONEY TOO! \
end In the Open Pairs plus a 4
sectional third In the Mixed NM
Pairs and sectional fourth In 'f r For Coynty J.d,. A
Fresh Crop a F ; s ,. (0, N ''J
the Master's Pairs with Ted Har

DV PONT RYE GRASS land, of Winter Haven, Judge DIM I

SEED Staufer teamed with his wife fora For Jy',. of Jy>on'I" Court l LrM

LUCITE PAINT sectional fifth in the Open ""- Nil lei

For a .bright ,..." Pairs Mrs Staufer Joined Mrs.J .

D.'t Drip Run e, Uwn ell winter C. Wood of Winter Haven for For Conriry Solkiror ...wMIddW DIM 1

Sp.tt., lib Ordinary P.i"t a sectional third in the Women's ". ,....

V.u'U lib NI E.u .f 10 Ibs. 77e Pairs, and Mrs Wood added a THI POPE t. becoming; a

Appllcetlo" (15e p.rlb.) sectional first in the Open Pairs missionary which mean a For Ckrk. of tk. C>r The Lakeland' team of Doug Hall witness, a shepherd an ., .0- TIIFN I

INA'L1:'t : $588 P Ilfm1120" ,Ibi. .I and Mi.s. Theo Waits won t sec. apoatle! on the move," Pope
6.1.OUTSIOI I. Paul announces in Rome In owll.w
tlonal third In the Mixed Pairs.
For Tai A....*or L t
: W..II N M..llry :: In addition, Mrs. Annie Rltter of disclosing that he will per. Yn.. PN Baas I J i
Winter Haven and Mrs. Philip tonally attend the Eucharts. i iI

$688 Pet Trohn of Lakeland tic Congress which opens In i
won a sec.
N.w"N
G.I. For T.. C.II..... '
India Nov. 28 J
r j"Poise" \ tlonal fifth InlheUmaUIlaCham. Bombay Y .. '" PN I 'i inAs

Cat Litter I ".
1 I LISTIN TO THIt For $.,.rio.t...o.iit of ,.W c .ImrnctHMFor I
I .I 1arr.
Fall Flower CI//n K11. .01... Aln.b."t ::: %vw' .. 5 es1J; WONDERFUL ".bA.N I

(
Sibs. . 4ge aoo.Wi.
Plants t: Club. of the Cn M.ol Cowt of Kotor4For 'y'ly 11

I 10 Ibs. o 1ge \ .,. WORLD OF ,.".

\, 2S Ibs. $1.95 'ilirrY
...
69C t ti Cue* Com.n.it"t,
\ 50 Ibs. $2.95 Jane Pierce ewr w .oat I 61lr
>. ,; e .. .. ,,,..


per ..,., trey __ __ / -.J DAILY AT I 1:05: P.M. 'If C.wMT c.'If ...-_
w 1 IMtiNI !
,,,,. ,,,..
/ TO 2:00 P.M.

Vegetable Plants HAunL'SCitrus. W c.-o, c......._ air
Cro
1ItYa
e Iwl w aFN
I WTWBIS70 ... ,- ,.".
For All Frvilmf T,..

39 50-lb. Mnbu Pond of ,..... ._ 81M

or Mt.l trey 2 bags $325 KC (5000( With) err. .. '",w 0-lF. IJ

JVJU ON YOUR DIAL

I ......... .. M..w ker4 of ,.... luenMa.awa -
II.NANaAr.f


w. UAftMBt W. SPECIAL FEATURE For Mw *r Rand rv..bPr of ,..... lootrnctMO ew 11I

Glv.m' OCTO lEt 24 aww w al4 a
Give MONDAY .... ... """ I


..flflyfliiL fl "BIPARTISAN TREASON"By For CooMy Sdrwr 1 .sue.IMI, : -

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19! SOUTHEAST PLAZA TOM ANDERSON I

CVP,... Ctrdoru load
WILL KNOWN COLUMNIST
Phone 29M47I EDITOR I Mil SHIH FARM I RANCH MAGAZINE






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Sunday, October 25, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS; Cl I TIFF- WINTER HAVFN, FLORiPA[ Page Seven





f r ; Ya I STOCK LIQUIDATION I



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-

TO MAKE ROOM FOR MATHER'S EXPANSION!

SAVE

..... t "DANSKA WALNUT"1,11f


ly A Ltodinq' Manufacturer UP TO
I .. d.I I
'I

..... ,': 4Pc. Triple Dresser 50%


IJiar BEDROOM SUITE


.r AND MORE
-
I WITH BURN ANDSTAINPROOF
I 4 TOPS

Ut f Style No. 1352 by Nat Ad. $167 k .1- '' J Y Mar

STYLEMAKER Compare
1t NOW
- + I This Value EIHwh.relpo !

,,.,.w. .
i ,l -- ov:: U. S. RUBBER

'
__ 15-Year Guarantee

., ,;;1 I I Genuine Foam RubberMATTRESS Nat Adv

,I
ColemanFormica
'
": ./

- ../ Top ;

and BOX SPRING 4PieceDanska
INSTANT BRIDGE Swedish toldlera guide a tank [upper jv:r the r It: n n' d
,
tary Invo'nllolc3111d! a Rrldge-Layer The Bridge La>'rr U )run'p-rtcl t"p" inker '
i and U capable of lupporting: 50 tons Ill. 47 feet long;, and I I. op.\t".1 i In.Ir.'II1'\ l' Walnut
.. tally When maneuvered Into posiUcn. a long beam .la atreUhed over the t:,ip Tho b"'Il' ) FULL SIZE ONLY wRIOTN
.
I i then pulls the bridge across via a heavy chain. After the crossing, the br lit!!\ itracted ? $68
f bark to It. position atop the tank Reg.$139.00. NOW nscssBak Bedroom Suite

South to Goldwater and expect $176
-- -- Construction
Top Quality
Democrats ConfidentOf to do come Intensive repairwork
. there in the next lew SOFAS REG. S2V9.00 NOW
days, They believe a hopeful !
sign is the part that leaden In 4 v Nat. Adv. CALDWELL
some of the Southern states are lCOTCHGARD
Victory Ten Days playing In the campaign. Some _
Iti SOFAS White with
top officials who have were announced silent Informer 1 F sum stPtllts Antique Cherry Tops
years

. Before ElectionWASHINGTON for concern The Johnson Democrats about the do registration have sonic e -at -no -extra cost! SOFAS 3Pc. Bedroom Group

I ,.
\
figures It's not all good .
throughout the country for ..' --" :;;: SIMMONS"Beautyrest" e Large Drawer
(UPI) With their own samplings give John. Democratic candidates Al. ., ,. By FAMOUS ChutOnCheitFull
10 day to go, here Is how the son But they figure their man though the Democrats o'.eiall .ill. .
e Six. Chair Uk Bede
presidential election l campaign Is too far ahead to turn Into a registration job teems to ha\i $
shape up; loser been commendable, there arc DUAL PURPOSE Prestige large CommodeA 127Nat.
The Democrats figure the The way the Democratic pro certain pockets of weakness
time has passed to concentrateon see It, Republican nominee Bar. There also Is com em about GENUINE Foam Rubbernot NAT, ADV. $mOOVALUE.
ASofaFBed!
Issues or changing anyone's ry M. Goldwater, by his strate.gy getting out the newiy registered( 1. $87 substitute) I Group only NOW
( cheap
mind. They are now putting needs the solid South, plusat vote. Past history Indicates that a
Just about everything they have least four of1h$ e,,five plv. about M pt'rlIt. those who t., 51G. 5151.00 NOW Slf-Covrd Decks
Into retting out the note and otal states Tenas, California, register for the first time Will
helping some hard-pressed Illinois, Indiana, Ohio. They be. vote But some tests have e Protective Arm Court Adv. COLEMAN4Pc.
Democratic candidates. lIeve Johnson Is ahead in four shown that this may not txi the
The pros figure that Presl. of them: Texas and Californiaby rase this time For one thing, Zipper Covert Genuine Walnut
dent Johnson is In, They expect handy margins; Illinois and It was very difficult settlm: !
some slippage In the margins Ohio narrowly. some of these new wits to save 3 Styles To Bedroom Suite
which public opinion polls and They do not concede the solid register. They were adults Oho
never had acquired (the uitinpI $227
Choose
I habit. From: WITH KING SIZE BED

4 SIMMONS "leoutyreit" e Colonial **<). W.OO II( I only' ) NOW
Oscar O. (Bugs) Marable It may be just as haul or
harder to get them to the polls .
STUDIO COUCH e Traditional
The RepubU'ins see the lee.
Announce tlon still to be won. Then is no e Nat. Adv. JOHNSONCARPER4Pc.
Contemporary
claim at GOP national 'in ad. Cee.MS
quarter that Coldwater has ; Oiled WalnutBedroom
the Opening of moved Into the lead There was 97 Values To $279
a point In the ampalKti when' : Now I
4 Group
j there was considerable COP
!II Marable Cigarette 197
gloominess Now, tin Kepuhlu SCORfS MORtIN Slightly Damaged
can see signs of mo cincnl ,, 138 REG. SO9.00 NOW
and are just on i. Vending Co. keep going right down to ttxwire Hun" ...:t.. ; -- NOW
In the hope that Gold*4. I'
ter cliches up and passes John. 4-Pc. Walnut
I ELECTRIC AND MECHANICAL MACHINES son
Compare Anywher.16.Cushion Modern Itcdroom Suite $97
The Golrtwsfer oiganlzatlonicIMty
( . . .
PHONE 293.1401 WINTER HAVEN across the country has Nat Ads. JAMISON Budget Quality NOW

_been *t_ppd_up ronst'lerablv.__1 :rzL.L Hideaway Bed
------
e 100'. Nrlee e 100" F..... C.vhtene 5146 Nat. Adv. KEN.LEA
tOO% h.... ....,..... Maple Arm
6-l'c. Solid Oak

... Sofa & ChairNOW
I Twin Bedroom Suite S
Hooting energy It generally measured In 296
I
I S ITU's. When Electric Kilowatt. Got S167 WITH TRIPLE DRESSER
"Famous Brand" Not Adv. SSIf.OO I II I only) NOW
Therms end Oil Gallons art transposedInto
w
the number of ITU'i they each produce Early American

a and then COlt of producing a ITU SSI o:: Stratford Nat Adv. "BAILMANCUMMINGS"Antique

by Electricity, Gas and Oil art com SWIVEL White Italian Provincial

e. r:'T, pared, you can eGllly te* the difference ROCKER Colonial SofaNOW 'M'c. Bedroom( ) Suite
p" \ a $
\ U heating costs. And you can also THIS is A VERY POOR VALUI
jj i easily set that Oil Heat cost lest. t't'; Tweed or Print Cover 5167 W| GOT STUCK)

j 1 Hot Adv $219.00 . NOW
A -li a Sale Final A Mather Final Closeout!
$1g Net Adv. DIAMOND

flaR e 100'Nylon GENUINE Walnut6.Irawer
.
There's another yardstick too, and that is the comfort you get $139.00 NOW Genuine; Faces Rubber ( Double


with the various forms of heating. And here again Oil leads Famous PRESTIGE 2Pc. LIVING Dresser & Mirror $48

ROOM SUITE RIG. im.oo NOW
the field With Oil delivering. so many more BTU's per High Back Lounge Chair Walnut 4.DrawerChest
I0YrWrifren $

dollar, you'. get all the heat you need. And you'I GENUINE FOAM RUBIER $37 47 of Drawers 28

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Eight WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF: WINTER:: HAVEN. !HQRli[


77-Year-Old Chiang Kai-Shek \ SALLY'S SALLIES I I II



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Still Rules Nationalists ChinaEDITOR'S



NOTE: Chiang of Nationalist China remainsthe President Chiang does not
Kai shek, a leader
with tame after almost four want his ton to move too far
franklin D. Roosevelt and decades and too fast so as to give his YI
Winston Churchill In World Generalissimo Chiang Kal. people and the world the
War II, will observe his 77th shek, will be 77 years old on Impression that Taiwan (For.
birthday Oct. 31.The following Saturday (Oct. 31)) shows no mesa) is ruled by a Chiang
dispatch reports on the gen. signs that he intends to retire. dynasty.
erallsslmo and his rule today. But no septuagenarian can The official view on the sue.
continue to rule without con. cession Issue Is that, as per the
li
TAIPEI, Formosa (UP1)- slant speculation about who constitution, Vice President I
While other governments might replace him. The subject Chen Cheng, is the heir appar. TAd
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change hands, sometimes with.hocdnr of Chiang's successor Is a pe. ent. Despite a recurrent Illness, j
. effect, the leadership rennlal one, and Is especially Chen retains high office, a1-
.ripe around the time of his though he recently was re.
FOR YOUR birthday. lIeved of the premiership.
There are many schools of Another school of thought
thought on the Issue predicts a fierce scramble for
PEACE OF MIND
One that Is gaining promt power among government and
nence Is that the generallssl. party leaders upon Chiang's re.
SEE US TODAY mo's eldest son, Chiang Ching. tlrement or demise. But at
kuo, who once studied In post. least on the surface there are

about your revolutionary Russia, will re. few If any signs of an Inclpl. -, -
place Ms father. At 54, Ching. ent power struggle within the
kuo, who Is a four.stir general, Kuomlntang. TOP MARSHAL'S DEATH CRASH Fir,;m':n and re,uuer, sc ir.:h the foggy scene near Mount
HomeownersPOLICY has political and military pow. Observers say that only a Avala In Ins! I ", ui when a Soviet ulrllmr Crashed, killing Marshal Sergey Blryuzov,

er to spare. miracle can make Chiang's the Soviets highest military officer, and IT other persons /Cnblrphotoj I S-ID ... en..F.....;' ........... u." ,1w4 "'.." "",". .......d' -y I
The younger Chiang Is vice wish come true the wish to .
defense minister. He also su.pervtses re-conquer the Chinese main "I know he'd love to join you in your game tonight. I'll tell
the officer Citrus Market him when he comes home." I
political land from which he and his I,
training of Nationalist China's armies retreated 15 years ago.
armed forces.He Despite reports of unrest In : Conference Set
E.N. Hudson Co packs lots of authority.He Red China and occasional out.
Is chief of his nation's In. breaks of violence against the In LakelandAn
Insurance Real Estate telllgence agency and Is one of Peking regime, official Western 1to )
the ranking officials of the rul. sources see no likelihood of evaluation and Improve.
191 Awe A, N.W. Ing Kuomlntang (nationalist that regime's falling In the ment of market development pro.

293-313): : j l t party). near future.At grams for Florida citrus fruits
Some observers
that the recent national
say day and products In Western Europe
celebrations In Taipei on Oct. will be presented by Dr. Ray. by
10, the generalissimo stated In a r mond E. Seltzer of Manhattan,
speech that the counterattackmight Ka, during the Florida Citrus JOHN BOLAND HARDWARE
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Today, Chiang still maintainshis Business Conference In
V* MONDAY . OCT. 26th llfe.long habit of rising at Lakeland Nov 9.10
six in the morning. After some
v TUESDAY . OCT. 27th light calisthenics and a simple q Dr. Seltzer,vice president and
ti breakfast, he plunges into his &
28th. research director for Agrl-Re.
'- WEDNESDAY .OCT.
work which sometimes
may search, Inc, Is a graduate of
last until 8 p.m. And is Inter. the University of Illinois, re.
rupted only by lunch and a
Ye celved his doctorate at the University
,, brief afternoon nap. of California, and serv.
He usually takes a quiet ed as head of the Departmentof WARE
/ DRY CLEAN' walk with Madame Chiang for Agricultural Economics at the
about one hour and then does University of Arizona before This is TERRA-a new trademark applied to a collection of

some reading before he retires 4 t joining Agrl.Research. homcware. timeless in its beauty endless in its usefulness
for the night This collection combines the classic elegance, the etched and
Chiang Is a teetotaler and Included In his experience are textured feel and look of ancient handcrafted earthenware
1 likes to sip hot water Insteadof 15 years of research with the with the contemporary freezer-to-oven.to-table conve
coffee or tea. Like his wife,
and both economic problems of Irrigated nience of today's PYREX ware. It is just as useful as all
Methodist are
he Is a
.,. ,.,
() agriculture and 20 of
known to attend services dallyat years pro- PYREX ware has ever been in the kitchen-yet these practi
their private chapel near I fesslonal specialization In agrIcultural .- cal pieces could be enjoyed purely as decorative objects in
economics with
emphasis
their home on Crass Mountain, : your home The collection is completely flexible-just com
on agricultural policy and
outside of Taipei marketing He is author of more bine the pieces in any number you choose Never has a col
PLAIN than 40 publications dealing lection of mugs and bowls and casseroles plates and platters.
FLAVORITEWASHINGTON with feasibility analyses, mar. given you so much toward easier more attractive living-
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I Wahneta Class STRINGING ALONGMARACAIBO, Vraeiuela Snow Falls ''WttMORg PQR YOUR MQNE V ..'.

(UP) No commodity li too KtC& YOUR EYfe ON GRANTS
Wins Contest trifling to Interest I Colombian For Olympics
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So. Viet Nam NEA PresidentTc Wahneta Community Seeks R. R. 'AA'INAL''
e Reds Ask N W YORK --UKi-The na.lion's

Visit PolkThe newest locomotive, a
4MOhonepower behemoth has

Own Methodist ChurchHopes "the beat characteristics of a
ire Facts On Bids Cambodia prMMeat of Uw National racehorse and a mule," Its
Education AssocUttoo, Dr. Lots builder My*.

Edinter of Washington.: D. C.. are high among W Ib- The new unit 76 feet long
will speak at Florida Southern and 16 feet high Is the first
nets Methodist tor a church of
jrushchevOW Free Officer Collect Monday. their own. mainline dleael-hydraullc to be
She wUl appear at a 9 a.m. built In this country It has a

SAIGON, South Viet Nam meeting of tile Student Florida The Rev. Troy Hatmaker and rairhoise capacity for high
Education Association and feell1.
(UPI) Foi.lt t I'D) South Viet Nam ty member of the college's tel.tIC his wile EMU, with a group of speeds over level terrain and a
nunist leader will meet demanded that neighboring tMIai Wahneta Methodists, are spear. mules domednesa in hauling
with N1UU S, Khrush. t .imbodia return a U.S. special County lI department.superintendent of heading the drive tor 50 adult tiHin up steep trade at sustained
> successors io discuss hit forces officer captured by school administrative officials members. When this number of w low speeds, according to
and future policy dlplo member baa been reached, the AJi <> Products IncA .
Cambodian forces Thursday of Polk and neighboring counties
new church. will be built
laid today. Both the Vietnamese and the have been Invited.
Communtttt on both U S military said the Ameri dlfwi-hydraulto transmits
f the Iron Curtain still taken prisoner on Viet The Wahneta Community power. from engine to wheels
was
satisfied with the waj.chev GOOD EATING Cowboys and young'uns enjoying barbecueat can territory near the border Building is the present meet. through a hydraulic system,
wa summarily' a recent Wahneta Rodeo. The Rifle Range Riders stage rodeos namese of neutral Cambodia He Grid SpecialTo Ing place. All Wahn.laresldents umilai to an automobile's automat .

etf id" last week and want) three Sundays out of each month. There Isn't one scheduled today. was then taken across the border who are Interested! In attending 0 transmission! The conventional -

a fuller explanation. services may meet for Sunday dlesel-tlectrlc loco-
powerful French Commu. morning services at 9:10 Sun. moth transmit power from
n1a arty was sending three Large Crowd Views U.S. military spokesman saidair Take Fans day School starts at 10:30. the engine to a leneratoiihcnro '
and
ala here this weekend "10 ground operations were to individual axle-
o more complete Informa. continuing in the area todayIn mcnnted leanly motors, to the
an attempt to rescue the of. wheels.
iii tt' nd the the necessary conditions expla.i and ricer, who has not been Identi SHOP IN INTER HAVEN
methods"on of Khrushchev's dlsjnlssal. Rifle Range RidersA fled.The To Jax Nov. 7 7A

scene of the Incident is
'" from Communisiceghoslovakla only about 300 yards Inside
jpJjoacasts football special train will
crowd of 1,000 to 1,250 Speed event are favorites 8J.erHAYDON
( monitored lrVienna Vietnamese territory. US officials again take fans from Bartow,
broncos and
continued to refer to spectators viewed the Rifle of some, bucking said they were not certain
Winter Haven and Haines City to
Range Club show held last Sun. bulls the pick of others,and still
whether the
"Important Friday captors
Khrushchev as an the roping. Jacksonville on Saturday Nov. 7
person.." This was at variant day. others The list preferred of winner Is a* fellows were Communist Viet Cong for the Florida-Georgia game BURNS
wlt\\)?the attacks on the former guerrillas or Cambodians The according to Jack E. Cordon

premier published by the So. Junior: Barrel Race: Sandra Vietnamese note to Cambodia general passenger agent, At.

.. TelevisionIn Welker, first; Tim Best sec today Identified them as Cam. lantlc Coast Line Railroad Governor
tecpre. said the forelgi bodians.
would meet thnew < The train will leave Bartowat
ond.Senior In political developments, a
Race Lenora
; Kremlin leaders, party Barrell Cecilia : sea spokesman for Viet Nam's high 8:30 '.m,, Winter Haven at *
Rowe first Rowe
Jihief Leonid I. Brezhnev and ; national council predicted that 8:55, and Halnes City at 9:23: ,arriving .
Alexei N. Kosyrn.during ReviewBy ond.Calf In Jacksonville at 12:50
r.mler Pee WeeHobeck the 17 member group would '
Nov. 7 Roping; will Burns Means Business
and before the p.m, where buses transport
choose chief of
state
first Ed Whitehurst second a new by
elebratlons of the Russian rev... ; passengers to the stadium.
RICK DU BROWI'nlted Bull Dogging: Don Kelly,first; tonight."It .
,olutlon. Richard second must be today" the
Press International Levering PROVEN PROGRESS
the
Khrushchev's whereabouts re Returning, special train
HOLLYWOOD (UPI!) Notes Buddy Pickup: Sandra Welker spokesman said. Earlier the
tined an official secret, but will leave Jacksonville at 1:40.
and Glenn White first Jean 01. council had said its b I Ice
e
o
,he Is believed still in seclusion to watch television by: ; arriving In Halnes City 8:33! ,
and Carl second. would be known The TESTED LEADERSHIPMayor
InJ a Moscow apartment Wit. The headliners: Allan Sherman son Bridges by Friday. Winter Haven at 9:30 and Bar.
.Presses reported seeing him portrays a Jazz band lead Bronco Riding: Donnie O'Ket. decision must be made by Tuesday tow at 10:05: p.m,
ly, first; Pete Ferguson second when MsJ. Gen. Nguyen
{three times In the past week- er on NBC-TV's "Mr. Novak"Nov.
twice riding in his chauffeur 10 Mickey Rooney Sandra Khanah has promised to turn Both Pullman and coach accommodations Burns has 15 years of successful
[driven limousine and once.trol. guests on the first Jonathan Pole Bending: Welker his military government over to are reserved in
administration behind him chief
1 first; Glenda Best, second. civilian rule.AUSTIN. public as
line near Moscow University Winters special this season for advance
tfThe reports indicated that thee < the same network Nov. 9. Bull Riding: Cliff second Jones first; Other information and reser. HAYDON executive of' one of' the Southeast's most
Donnle CXKelly,
(O year old Khrushchev was beIng Add Headliners: The producers There will not be a rodeo at Tex, UPI) Wil rations may be secured through prosperous cities.WINTERHAVEN .
allowed some of his old of ABC TV' Nov 12 special Wahneta today but there will be liam Percy made his last weather local Coast Line ticket agents BURNS

privileges since his fall from "Sophia Loren in Rome," are one next Sunday. The highlight forecast this summer, ending
I power not only after Ava Gardner for feature will be the rodeo clowns, a 35-year career and then went SHOP HINTER HAVEN OEM testa .AdIksl.( 0\4)
-------- a tour of Madrid, but are also Joe Touchton and Rickey Ganey. back to college

:. hopeful of getting Kim Novak
Indiana DownsNMiami and Mexico.Cantmflas for a video visitto


The Shows: Monday's episodeof
ABC-TV'e "Ben Casey" features
28.14 an year-old girl who in

deaf, June Heed, In her acting

debut, as a child whose father
5 iJ MIAMI (UPI-Indlana, theJeam (Dane Clark) insists on send.
that sputtered In the DU ing to a school for retarded
en, got its offense wound up youngsters eight other deaf
tn the fourth period Friday children also are In the cast
fght for a 28-14 victory over
Add ShowNBCTV's;: "That
laml that left the Hurricanes
Was the Week That Was" i* wW.lsmstlfewMew
ailing Tom Nowatzke "too : '
awesome to handle" preempted agsA Tuesday by

The Hoosiers scored three other the' time paid slot political l 'broadcast bought ; ieeiti&i 4i!
times in the period against a was by / &
Miami defense wearied from the Republicans CBS TV's g

the line cracks of the 228-pound "Lamp Unto My Feet" on HAT
Nowatzke, the Big Ten's lead. Nov 8 airs excerpts from "Oh \13911K

*ng rusher, and from chasing What a Lovely War," British
the passes of quarterback Rick musical on Broadway satirizing
Badar. events of 1914-18 ABC-TV's CONDOOMINIUMe

Nowatzke Score Twice "Wagon Train" may well be at .,t.h- .
Nowatzke scored twice and the end of the trail about this J ,
r'
had a 78.yard rushing total for season .

the evening. Badar passed for Future Business: The Beatles V'7l. rhiIPcllII-
Indiana's other two touch. song to which Leonard Bern e

downs. stein will give his vocal Inter
Five fumble recoveries helpedthe pretation on his CBS-TV young really/ specie for Itself,

Hoosiers, and a blocked people's concert Nov. ( Is "AndI
kick In the first period set up Love Her," not "A Hard Day's
the first Indiana score. But the Night," as announced earlier 'Waterfront Con-do-min-ium'
Hoosiers had to come from be. The first CBS-TV National Foot. .

hind to win, and they showed ball League doubleheaders air

themselves club In doing a It.home stretch ball Nov 8.UYiItIftII. Waterfront' Living: swimming, boating and fishing In( a condominium, you own your apartment;

Nowatzke went over for the but a few steps from your door, Sun bathing you enjoy all the benefits. of Individual horn I

first score from a yard out aft. : 'MIS pool-aid. lounging or Just toe-dipping I That'swaterfront ownership plus the unique advantage of 'shared
AKRON, Ohp) (UPI)-Latest 'for all the facilities, that ere part of'
er Joe Tate blocked a punt at living that' what Florida i Is all cost* many
the end of Miami' first series figures licensed show drivers that In 42 per owning cent of about and that's what you have all the time (this great wey-of-Me. In a condominium unlike

of downs and Ken Holllster re. households cer- al I Winter Haven Harbour Apartments! other apartment ownership plans you can never "
are women, accord.
covered on the Hurricanes'seven lose property because of default by other .
your
ins to The -
yard line. Nowattke Goodyear Tire tt

kicked the extra point, the first Rubber Company R
of four 4n his 16-polnt evening

In the Orange Bowl Legal Advertising All Photograph Shown Wr Taken at Exlttlng I. Z. Mann U Associate
Miami back with 73-
came a
yard drive marked by the 31. 't."TIO'l I Condominium to Illustrate This Wonderful Way Of Life.

yard run of tlgzagglng Russ t.IITI"t.IIUIT tOil BIDS
....ed frofomlj trill( be rectlvMl -
Smith, hitting his stride after ( by tM City of Uk Alfred
two season of Injuries. Quarterback Florid until 7 311 p m. a: STOll
Boletnikoff scored! from Not 4' :IM ,l the Iuoc:& CoiMCll rhorda' "What a beautiful .

12 yards out for Miami and ( .- .. .
Don Clfra kicked the first of read alod for tile contraction. of
his two extra point. t.;.h. foUowlMAMI 6
e
The Hurricanes scored again tor *and* Ntv MMMllMMoiM Aerator CMortM-Equip- t live !
0
on a 79-yard march that openedthe meat lo BiMIM water moat way fool ihi/rfleboerd town, tint outdoor fw'nrfvre
second half with southpaw I* the Cly of Lake Aural Ito and much more ore all yowl to er>;ay

Blletnikoff setting up the touch "=-.ad SfMWitlcttloM may be
down with a sideline pass to umliMd .i UM oftm of MlchMtaEftslMwrinf

Fred Cuddy, good for 41 oath B r...-i, Com Ortewfe***?, Rends W* Mat and WINTER..HAVEN HARBOUR
yard, Pete Banaazak hurdledthe may b* nbtaI.... lor the wm <>'
line from the two to score gae9 set
full of
UM Mot
Miami The 1 amount Of
Fl.sle
"
But then Miami fizzled! and w b wt.* returned of PIMM. to sad...wodflauloiulll svttM coo.rwtor .. condominium apartmentsli' $
Indiana started rolling after Mddn. OM work aria r -

taking a short punt on the Hur. Mlon t un of within ail docwnmti t.. days In sari after eon tltrvni :--

rlcane 40-yard line. Badar at bldg. r? trto ,.
threw to Bill Mallnchak for 25 All BrupxwU mud b* aelUmWnled
a CntlfM. Chotk M tM
tip
yards and the tying touchdown/ amount of .% of lie lid
In four plays. TIM Owner nuns 1M right to t
57. "'rjcct any or all!) rrupOMU aM lu
Indiana went ahead on a
la ib Pro
..!.. any wlormalltw.
yard drhe In which Nowatzke nwlrmpuMla u
beat p nut lie .ltkdr .n
and Trent Walters down n \
'lor. p.r od of '"rty.n.. 146da>
the Miamians with rattling
airs op.nlag
plunges But Badar had to pass CITY Of IAKK AtJTItO P
again to Malinenak to score, By l>>,,old.1 Harbf..1 .Y

this time for 27 yard. 0<-1 IS ('N tH4BEYMTR ) Msnag r a .:::. .....w..
.. .

e 'QIltfNI.. ". ."tJ"II.londICO".l.
Church e cOttdttO.d end'ItI.lted recreeftos bvlid/sg with :wd, bobby, mee'.i0 Spo' '
Methodist Aa mlarnfennce .ort done by effort II this any .0.} to ref YW"I'
MEMORIAL recoil and ichen yo M to vie .>any hew,

700 lake Howard Drive I Fully air conditioned I Cl X tedroom, !'/> U X bath apartment a Priced from 91O,7SO a and $4% per month
Northwett
Now s.wa ewes i including taxes: a All-electric appliance and waIl to-wall carpeting a Pool, shuffleboard courts, boat and

"" ON BEAUTIFUL SPRING LAKE
LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT APARTMENTS
MINISTERS: LEO F. KING F" fishing dock LOVELT AND

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J. C. STUAOLFTI
FURNISHED MODEL OPEN DAILY U SUNDAY DELIVERY BY CHRISTMASWINTER

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The Citrus Scene mDI1{ a'llrl S 8cA uJ Sw( ICD]



II By JACK GURNETT s SWIFT'S GOLD CREST i:j] I

Tb Florid Cltrot Reporter ICE CREAMFall

SUPPORT FOR SHOWCASELast cal event per se, but is for
week's meeting of the the benefit and welfare of all f Inr-ouorted, flavors
membership of the Florida Florida citrut This idea is (Limit, I)
Citrus Exposition approvedthe catching on wtdeI). /
formal change of the corporate Just let me give you an example -
name to Florida Citrus : When Jack Bailey yefiliwl ww ,.nII hAle SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAYAT 2 for 27'HiCRESTl

Showcase, but to a lot of old. brought his "Queen For A ALL ECKERD DRUG STORES
timers around here it will al Day" TV show here last year
ways be the Orange Festival, attracting an audience of seven IStas seswa
just as some refer to Sixth St, to eight million people a -
NW, as the Villa road. day mostly women who buy .
I have looked over the lift our citrus fruits a plaque r1't..e4r r,
of directors and trustees and reading "Winter Haven, Flori 1"I TOOTHPASTE
can't help but point out once da" was placed in a promin /
again how many busy and Important ent place on the scenery
members of the Flori But Exposition officials With I FIEF Atiortod, Color |

da citrus industry, represent pointed out to the TV producer tall Point! PM>-(Limit II
ing every segment and every that they did not want to ,
end product, fresh, single give any unfair exploitationto rp. HALLOWEEN MASKS
strength and concentrated the city and asked that It REG.
47e
juices, and every section of be removed. The viewers saw / assorted popular half masks 69c ,
the citrus belt, are on that list. only "Florida" Of course in color Compare this 10'HALLOWEEN
Certainly, there ia a small opening and closing the show t Met!
hard core of people most of each day, Winter Haven, was
them local or nearby, putting mentioned loud and clear BUFFERINBottle
considerable time, energy and Such TV exposure cannot COSTUMES
their own money into helping but help the industry it
: largo auortmoM complete cottnmot Including of 36 (Limit 1)1 >> ,
build this show for the benefit brings out the value and extensiveness P Cetper too Choir. Pep-Eye, Fortim Tailor, Felrlei. I.e.
of the entire industry, but of Florida citrus itc.1 i ihoi for 2 yean .Id and up.Compart.. these REG.
they get the aid from others and while it cannot be classed bleed 3ge

too.The as a hard sell effort it does DEOT; :'ING( CT'Rt: At the tarbecue full: ;wthe Fl :rtda Citrus Showcase meeting 99 63cISlRUB
new concept of the put over the idea that Flori last week, these four are looking over earh pr jces-u e julpmer. which will be polished up for I 9ge to 1
Showcase Is for all year round da Is THE citrus state. Inclusion In the new showcase From left Tom Turnbull of Winter Haven owner of Diamond
operation its attraction to You may find this hard to Fruit; Tom Brandon of Winter Haven, general manager of Waverly Growers Cooperative; M. R.
tourists being enhanced by the believe but during my visit Buckalew of Vero Beach general manager and secretary of the Indian River Citrus League; I f
Florida Citrus Museum now up country covering many and Ralph Wetherlngton fresh fruit sales manager of Cypress Gardens Citrus Products. -INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED CANDIES- [J]
being remodeled and which states last summer, I looked (Exclusive photo by Jack Gurnett). I 3-oi. Tube (Limit 1)>>
will be located in the Show at a lot of markets which sold Kiddie Kandies Twist Candies

case building. citrus, and I asked some 15 Commerce, I think I can steer with the "26 counties" which given the Impression that In REG. Offld
.f Individually
ftlent of 140chewlo Jumbo 10
poly bog beg
But here is a hint to Showcase people in these stores "what
the committee chairman to a constitute the Republic of not allowing Herman Steele. condlot-aitortod wrapped k a r d
officials: Keep an eagle state produces the most citrus good first prize for downtown Eire I wouldn't suggest tying his administrative assistant to banana, licorice, chocolate candloi tear .,...., $1.49
(I eye on the 1965 legislature to ?" and nine of them said decorating. In orange with the green You make a report on the meetingof vanilla, and itrewberry green opplo, tour limes,
detect a possible sneaker to "California", while one said Many years ago I was traveling know that residents of what is the special committee studying He vert. and grape flavor*-
\ relieve the commission of responsibility "wherever they grow that Sun- sometimes referred to "oc and afieans of re
to the Pacific coast by as ways Jergen's Lotion 1
for the museum. kilt fruit." train and had a several hour cupied Ireland" or the north fining the annual crop estimate A Bargain 59' A Bargain 59'PALMOLIVE '
It has been proposed before The thousands thousands at 74 at I4ecoUroN
upon layover in Houston it hap' ern "six counties" are referred Bob Rutledge. the FCM
but knocked In the head before of out-of.state people S'A-oi. Bottle (Limit) 1)>>
had
pened to be March 17 and the to at 'Ormgemen, usually major domo might have _____
it could get started. who attend the annual show day the big Shamrock Hotel with a cussword as a something to hide, something H 59c
This writer has had close and visit the new Showcaseand opened. For blocka in the prefix. which he didn't want to __ 37'
connections with the Showcase view the permanent exhibits SIZE
downtown area every store And it would be good business spring.
dating back from the pre-war such as the museum and window, Including the biggest for those merchants who Actually, Bob Rutledge had
days when it was the Orange the dioramas, all eat citrus SOAPRegular
that
department stores aa well as have a sense of merchandising no business attending
Festival and up until now and fruit in one form or another, the smaller establishments, and realize the value of meeting, he "bhoulda stood in LADIES' BAN-LON
has been conscious of the in and they will learn the facts had their windows especially tying Into a big event whichIs bed" that day lie was sick, slit,
dustry attitude towards what of life about Florida vs. California decorated all In green The being held locally Don'tthink running a fever, and had left of 3, 17 c SWEATERSLADIES'
some have referred to as In cltrul."DRESSIN' opening of this big hotel coin for one moment if the his bed despite doctor's ad. package
"that Winter Haven fair. cided with St. Patrick' Day Showcase was being staged in vice The so-called report was usually 27e I
As I have said before that UP" made it easy to tie in with the Orlando, Tampa Lake Walesor no more than a resume of a (Lion" I wdI MYNA 51,0 Men. 10/:111: Plrn a
attitude has been almost com In. writing about the Show' event. any other location, there what had been discussed at a g.elltyA
pletely dispelled and, in the case last week I mentionedthe Of course, Wednesday. of wouldn't be full exploitation of meeting of the committee IoM, amouthIou.t. I
last few years such men as possibility of dressing up Showcase week will fall on St. the event no conclusions, no recommendations Cl1Ul'INRONSONOL f'-"
John A. Snively Jr., chair. the town for the week of the Patricks Day March 17, but And Bob wanted to awaslera
man of the board President big annual event, such as the theme of the show will be BOB REALLY SICK get the meeting over, to han ,. Assert..
Willard Roe General ManagerBob downtown decorating window orange and not the "wearln1 After last week'a meeting of die the essentials That's the LliL STSHOPPING I ahes'Cam.
\ Eastman and many others displays and the like and if of the green" and just Incase the directors of Florida Citrus story folk! pee of r .
have continued to sell theidea this la taken on by either the there are a few Irish. Mutual, news stories pub. $4.01
I that this Is not Just a lo senior or Junior Chamber of men whose sympathies lie lished elsewhere could have 4I/2.ox. CansReg. 17 C
LITTLE CHANGE
'
I Despite the fact the Florida 2geLlont 98
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Citrus Commission, because 3
( I wsa Nue s tore Mon. 10/:111:
of the Oct 1 estimate
of the USDA on the current
season's crop of citrus, has a I
potential windfall of some COUPON _____

Yes Times ARE Good original$700,000 over budget and, look above for Its no BAGStrong I r

major changes in the spend Orion Sweaters
ing schedule at the meetingin

Lakeland on Monday mesh type folds C oontfyl! flu gong, tint oual-"-|
That $700,000 windfall on to fit In pocket- 19
pa' g It, Orion Knit c.,." .".. I /
per Is doubtful because many 39c VALUE
people in this industry just do VALUES
Under DemocratsLOOK (Limit I ."th teunen thru Mon la/Ml:
not believe the government 247 I
estimate they think it Is TO $3." I

too high And the commissionwill ,
I "stick with what we've
got until we get a better reading
on the pickout and can o: COSTUME JEWELRY

make our own projections 'j> ( P
AT THE RECORD based on new facts" one :0.1' A large assortment of beautifully : .' ,.. i i
commissioner told me this C i9< ts designed! necklaces pen :
past week, : dants, earrings and pins to enhance Odle ,
1960 to 1964 any ojJfiK: Val. to $5,00

LOCALS IMPORTANT! Spinning Outfit o

After a private dinner hereabout 99a I9.9 -417 F.omrpronto, cps
10 days ago several toco iplnnlng root and I
prominent local cltruimen 1 3204 Sard Spinning /
who had never met the guestof Rod.
1960 t96\ 1962 196J 1964 (EST.) honor. Haydon Burns mayor WAHL YIBRATOR-

25 625 BILLION of Jacksonville and Democratic $29.95 2085LIST

GROSS NATIONAL \$433 BILLION nominee for governor MASSAGER
r--l had what one of them described
20. DISPOSABLE PERSONAL t' $44.2 BILLION Foment Super- ,
I \ as "a much better Idea of / $16.95 I
# Sago he.vy
W ---- RETAIL SAIES ". -n INDEX 133 what the man will do with and duty vibrator Value HEAVY DUTY
.... INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ,,' \ for the citrus Industry" and roloiot 11 r a d
S263HIUION
t 1 IS 1' they were apparently pleased I chlng metcleila ) Spinning Outfit
CAPITAL SrkNDINGCMPlOtMIN II 88
tNt| wcondtfatly
with what he had to say .
a slew ," ,, 7' Iw I This leads me to believe gnoran.ttod. e a4S0 Faorer Ma toroolkoavy ,
10 ....' .J that when Burns if he is elected duty iplnnlng rool)
.
.....,, governor and from here I and t-f>. of 04a.M. ftarda
\' ','1---, """ : \ don't see how he can miss, LJ Spinning ad- a
ELECTRIC a'
I I at
r' ,' -' ",o I ...... 70 3 Mill IONEVERYTHING'S several local citrus men r S57.S0 ,
.... least of them previously 400
.. one t
r-'- r-' /1 I .................. : connected with the commis, HEATER LIST

o Ti\\;'.. :" ,A-:" ':::J. ... __ _.-1__ --.J sion. will show up In prominent
-----tr advisory capacities with
Burns Foment Seperlec. Hook Disgorger
And, remember a week trio Modtl, *tt
day .,, .bowl tvpo roNoctorelectric BEG
from Tuesday Is election c
11
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COME UP (INCLUDING ROSES) and you should plan now allow to I, I noororeceoem'cal, a 111. 20e 11Y
schedule to
arrange your \ clew and a. a Ie khooting
little than the usual '
a more (, ( illygearanteed
length of time to vote .
the ballot will be long.
SUS VALUE
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Keep Florida Prosperous. SHOP IN WINTER: IUVENWoH ; : ARfUER atelys

4 99 i shoo I

SHADE 0a I. R

by Unconditionally a licensed Sonata guaranteed F'>a.Nurvary I

Keep Polk County Prosperous! far ,..,.....Return.?. er any lull none lime !
refunded. 1M eer ft. Y.I. SUPERLECTRIC HEATER
t fi ......'... law
.. I
a delivered in Doc end ,
Jan Free Plum to
fit' or
....,."' .,. ., .'.'. only' M.d.Ig
rue. II ... tae ."... C", S.pdrllctrle
noaa tint. .. claimed oymany 100, b l q 1321
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Out tIe a'...' anPum'l

IZJ Elect JOHNSON President Nov. 3rd I karactanatm.wandorful Wander IKan. Tret..any..1,vntNmere .tr....aaan F wan' h.w.q WIN S.pm.1.. / d Z / Stsi 6

....... "..... ''.*'. most ..d i.. titI/I
... I/allf6t
Vint our **"* ana MOt Lnd h.d- f
miiiian. of txam a'1* ) f
from .N1 In Fhtrtaa'a ..'I' Ilt jltt il trier
WIN DEMOCRATIC ALL THE WAY ana one Inek climate. sad >14 n ft eiaee enly.from 40 S9.S0 VALUE tS I
mentho .....1 or write ferFRII 611t6111111t''t
wiurta. AMaa'".. 11 FOOMOC Weomve t4e.e .phi
lnteretln literature. Alee peacll -..C..oeva this ,
all other nureery UK.*. 99Ev. ......,
fd. fol. Ad. by Polk County Democratic Executive Comm. CART'S NURSERIES
INVIINISS, HJk. A BAICAIN
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ettlnc Round RUTH an early Camper W start BRIGGS Badge on their BrO p- ----4: Supreme CourtATI


IS Cadett Girl Scouts of
50 who camped out at Juiil
Spring In the Ocala ANTA .
National (UPA l II"i nI '
C. .1 t last weekend Mrs. Wil. IIISIl I I, t' of the U.S. SnI'rri| '' '

J. HoffMs, camping! ctrlr.,; curl has charged that I...n.
arranged the trip und t the !cress and the nation's ,huh. .i I 1
were accompanied i 1 tn theirr : hurt have transferred tin' p.. '->, I- I
Mrs. L. A Morris, and plo's right to the federal ;
Paul Hoffman.While at Jun. c"Uml'III.

Springs, the girls saw a film !M
Illiiij.ithi
i lanada. Troop 50 behemoth. ik:14tYw& i harles t.; Whlttakor IoIJi; i ;: :
I. .
eetlng last Monday night letfslathe definition ;jr J
I ur. which plans were made luill! lal Interpretation

)Q he school year Committeeh ... \Milttaker a formerasv" rate; ViJIMI '
: men were appointed and a wv1 .:. lusll, e. was appointed to t tl.e!
.
bake sale was announced for bench: ht President Hscnhoucr;
[Svember 7Brownlee. N In 19r'7. He spoke Frldaj to arc
Troop'. held Ill j tonal) meeting of the Am. "I."
and Rededication 11{ t i an Bar Association (ABA)
: .
this week In their meet. I
at the St John's Meth. An AHA spokesman sal : It
; The 13 Drown. was probably the first atlas K -n
: their pins and h e the Supreme Court bj a rll". .
tJf'U girls were given their IT ember. Vthlltaker r e 11 r ,. d
stars. The girls weU\ from the <'curt in INS b"1 au'_a
and friends with of poor health
programs which they WMttaker. In a an.hUll
at a previous meeting worded speech did| not mention
'he next ------------. re"'eat legislative t
meeting will be In the a c ton or

form of a Halloween party andthe HALLOWEEN BOOTH DECORATOR..'1 Decoratlr booth for the Halloween CarnIval to be url be derisions "becauso the NCW PA: TOR The Rev Bill' II. '''umm: .d k:... bean: elo.-ttd pr: : ..f the rhurh! jf
|, heIr Brownies are each making held at Bra(Imam pin.,, rour.d on Oct. 31 are from left Mr '. R : Hulchirson Doug Wood Mrs. In might current thought to be Imolvrd" C'JirlU; Ave M ?'j :"ih: NW Y the 'r ::;i i t fa.1: :: : ''i t'ml: I: Rev ',,umr:::d I
own costumes out of scrap George! Wood and Mrs. TommleGrant.. Prizes from this booth will be ;:iven out bv "The Thine; political debates wlthChrlMr ,um-:;:-redo: -.4 I 111' aimmn j Jr
aterlal Next month, the girls To Illustrate his points he

plan to have a Pet Show and Firstd day. My phone number is CY ment which may be checked out so leaders are being advisednot used an appeal of the Warner
Course. Mrs. Jerry Ting Is 3.8006. and I have two children from the Girl Scout House. She to use hair spray and insect Connery Art passed In 1935.
ft leader of the troop assisted by and a husband who will be glad asks that tents only be checkedIn repellent Inside the tents The art established the Na.
her daughter Kay and another to copy down your phone num. or out between 10 and 11 a.m. The other rules are fairly stan. llonal labor Relations floard
Senior Scout. As Mrs. Ting is a ber It you call when I'm not at on Wednesday There are also dard such as don't wear shoes with power to determine an appropriate .
Seacher, the Brownie meeting Is home. certain rules collective bargaining Stop..Look..Listenthen
which apply to the! In the tent don't use candles'
Yom 4 till 5:15: p.m. Mrs. HelenS Luttrell has sev. use of the tents, and most of lanterns, or matches in or unit subject to elections, to rcr.llfy .
Several of the troops have ap. eral of the hardest "Jobs" In them are Just matters of commonsense around the tents as the water. trade unions and to rule In
>inted an Interested parent to our Winter Haven Girl Scout pro and courtesy The latest proofing used on the tents make* labor dispute
call and five me details of their gram In addition to being the problem which has arisen. with them highly tnflamable and, Whittaker Mid the constItu.t .
Irl Scout activities.This real.y leader of a Senior Girl Scout the tents Is the unforunale discovery above all, no eating In the tents tonality t of the act was tiihM|
appreciate, as It Is frequently Troop, she Is in charge of the that hair spray and in. I heard a very interesting story by the Supreme Court on ton
difficult to find the people I Girl Scout House and has taken sect repellent will cause leaksIn about a bear trying to Join some irrecilonal definition of the Con
>ant to contact home on Friday on the Job of Depot Manager. the tent Beauty of hair Is a campers who had been eating In solution "not on any Interpre.tattoo .
morning and I have to finish typ. This means that she Is responsible wonderful thlnr but a leaking their tent, and we all know about of the word of the Con
,I Ing the Scrapbook by noon Fri(964- for all tents and equip. teat', is a huh"3rei tsars worse, raccoons and skunks when there stltutlon"
is food around.
coming up are several Important .

; and dates 8, an to Outdoor remember Leader's Nov. Winter Haven

B WE HAVE MOVED course at Camp Wildwood to be Firm CharteredSecretary

taught\ ,by Kay Senior Maughan Scouts Sally CarolVOTSe Her. THINK !

ber and Kay Ting Interested, of State Tom
register with the Girl Scout Of. AdamelalaYwlwuttclNlthecharstaring ,
I; .SEE US AND THE Hie at HalnesClty. CaJetteGIrl I Ii of one Winter Haven corporation
i. : .. .. 'jut (onference will be held 1
N"" 13 and 14 at Silver Springs.alettes .
should with It la 3 R-Servcefctationuu.:., VOTE DEMOCRATIC
register
of 302 First St., North, with 100
their! leaders Girl Scout Week
J shares of common of no par
I rill be the week of March 7
,
value, dealing In petroleum prod
t ar i the> rookie sale has been set
ucts. Incorporate are RobertH
i 1".1. 20 March 15. NOVEMBER 3rd
r through
W
Hart, Louisa Hart both of
4 I I I I 1 .' U meeting of IheCypress ,Winter Haven, and Hlwarcl<1 K.
t: "t '.... hool will be Nov. 12. ,
Dixon of ogle Lake. Petition
:Char'-'n Chambers whom manyf
filed Oct U by Paul Hitler of
I 1 1e the! ,: 'Iris knew was injured in ,Winter Haven. rd. Pol. Ad. by Polk County Democratic Eiecutlve Comm
I I an ac tdent at coll.f.. She was

rirtlalli paralyzed, but Is much The hInd. alibi
.it.jw Her address Is Milo
J I 1 :::-i M I. .,.,,.nrlal Hospital Aahe.r. .
I : .:: '. ( and she would ap

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:1 I at .up Wildlife this sum. ,,.::11.11'y.

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irhUadetphta, and the program
\\ iii r.rlClnale: there Speakers .. ....
L was i iI<. i hy Dr. Carl Mclntlre of ,,.' ..Aoi!"" .'. ( f
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Century Reformation .
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JoI"'j.i '; Ur. Bob Jones Jr., '
I LThsfiurrIMu. / I pri.51 l Jr'
Congressman Frank Becker '
author of the Becker Amend "
ii,ent, Professor .
Charles E.
and Only Westinghouse has itI! ,. ak y'1e'Y ."
Klce, an authority on constltu. ;:. t" !I ;
I tlonal! law ; .
The new Westinghouse Heavy Duty 15 is spe Dr. Albert Garner of Lakeland '
I dally, engineered to prevent costly repair bills will be OM of the local: speaker },
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I of your toughest wash year-after.trouble. -free, ,.,
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complete wash cycles (about 10 years use in wsi lost for some unknown .
the home) and was still, going strong This is the couple Friday
automatic designed to wash your big loads better A Inch brail plaque which
and keep aid 'Bonn)* If Don talked
running longer
here and hd been put into AND A COMFORTABLE HIGH-RISK VAMP

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The new Heavy Duty Ii" Laudramd' Avtomsfie apparently
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Defining Catholic Stand pR.T 1 1'I


\ AT1C AN CITY (UPl)-TheI corner," he add "Meanwhllf,
de. It Is said married couples, and
Council must
I MIIII" 'ni! al| .
doru. they alone, must decide whit!
Ida whether a proposed
I 'merit IcIlnitiR( I he Roman Cath. Is right and wong but, Itll
ni| ilunch's stand on modern document adds, the couple musi' ikiT!
Iirohlims Is "a guiding light"or act In accordance with (Itll) Ii I II
I
"a set of platitudes," Vatl. teaching of the church
< an observers said today. "This I* precisely what mar
rled people want to be toM,
More than 2,200 prelates at
tending the round! prepared What I* now the teaching of
r tu resume debate next week the church? To this qquestlon
on the controversial document. our document gives no reply.""

V, M. Molotov, one Goorgl Malcnkov. Premier Nikolai Bulganln, another Kllmentl l I Voronhllov,, Lazar M. Kagano- It is the first time the coun.
premier and foreign after Stalin, MNiirrondod depend" premier, former Soviet president, vlrh, Rtalln's broth ell\) has tackled the practical ,
minister, was lender b y Khrunhrhev In on government pen- ua In the antl-Khruah- er-in-law,ronfecMtd a problems of everyday 20th Cen. Coast Line Adds
of a ncheni to oust Malcnkov w a a don now He turned up rhev plot of 19S7, but role In the antlKhrunhchev tury life, runlng from nuclearweapons j
Khrunhchrv. lie ended made mlnlotrr for elrr kt a Kremlin receptionnot wan able to retain a acheme, to birth cont rol. Cars
up M ambaiimdnr trill power. Then he Rot too long ago lie minor ponltlon after recanting and wound up managing The 30-page document has Freight
to Mongolia' then Into the uitl-KhruHh- kald Khrunhchev (then In public lie In a cement factory produced relations that are as
was M I the International a power Motion ullranlnlV.II In an '. exerutl\ letter he was per the topic It cover. add 1,000 new box cars to ,
,. Atomic Energy In far away K raJthntan apartment on the Moe141W committee. The onetime mltfad to return to Francis Cardinal Spellman of Its fleet, at a cost of more than
near China embankment president U M now lI'ow.III peen New York hailed the documentas $14 million, it was announced to.
Now retired
Agency
"a guiding light" that "eplt. day by W. Thomas Rice, ACL
omlzen all the hopes" of the president.
WHITHER AWAY, ML. KT- -Ousting of Niklta Khrimhchev nil pened to them In Stalin' day they wound up on the wrong council. They will be built by Pull\
I top man In the Soviet recalls the previous plot to otint him end of a firing squad If they were suspected of just think Archbishop John Heenan, of man Standard at Its Bessemer,
In 1957: Here "are moat of the whemers, and whAt hApInll' like that Still what's to happen to downfallen Mr. KT Westminster, England, called It Alabama, plant and deliverywill
"a set of platitude that could begin In February at a rate
make the council "a laughingstock of 100 cars per week. .
in the eye of the world." All of the cars will be 50'6" ,
v
I Citrus Commission Budget Is RaisedLAKELAND Heenan Mid the document re. long and have 70-ton capacity. A d
fleet a lack of expert advice Three hundred of the new
from "thoe who know and live cars will be of the "cushioned
I In the world" underframe" type which are designed .
Inca, Temples and tangelos economic research; ind up to You can't do It the way we did especially to eliminate
(UPIUS.) The British archbishop cited
.
Helnicke 4, Denver Colo!
Smiling Mickey i-
three cent for the In 1935 or even In 1955. POSTER GIRL
per handling
and six rents a box on crape-: the document' treatment of damage to fragile products
Agriculture Department crop
March of Dimes Poster Girl
the 1965 Nntional symbolizing:
of executivevice
Warran Savant,
Industry transportation marriage and the President Rice said that the
fruit.
estimates for oranges this tea Florida contraceptive the quarter of a million children bern with serious birjh de
The total budget stands at problems president of the pill as examples ot its deflcien. new box cars are needed to help
caused the Flo
ion Thursday termedthe fertn evt'rwar In the U S. She win born with Hn open
Homer (Hooks, general manager Cinners Association cles. supply the growing transporta.
and includes estimated
rida Citrus Commission to revise $9,943,450 spine and lifter surgery water on the brain developed She
of the "most concise"the lion needs of the Southeast's
the commissinn budget "Neither the treatise sell
and enlarge iU proposed expenditures of $7,877- h..is nc fcnsnttun or muscular i ontrol below the hips. but has
stressed, "The citrus industryhas commission has ever put nor the supplements hesitate to dynamic economy
2RO. and in anticipated carryover her
budget been m Mng grisaRiinst handkapteZPJSFJSZ
The commission's original of $2,006,190 on June 30, to keep up with the timei. together, predict that su h a pin (a ron.traceptlve .
acceptable> to the SIIOP IN WINTER IIAVEN
budget proposal, drawn up 1905 church) Is 'lust around the
last May was based on estimates The largest Item in the budget ,
I I of a 75 million box orange Ii $3,381,500 for advertis Negroes And Whites Clash
crop. But the Irdl'rall'l' ing. This l..*n million consumer
\ timate of 83 6 million boxes advertising, $100,000 professional
caused the commission to enlarge $95,000 by-products 1\
Outside New York SchoolBy f( \t-
the budget by $355,000()( and $121.500 for the commis
for a total of $7,877,000. It ii sion's European program.
based on ai 80 million box Some $1,320000, Is to be United Tress International on probation In a Mltsl-slppi 1
projection, allowing leewayfor pent for merchandising pro About 100 white ind Negro court Friday.Jackaonville. 0
in overestimate by the grams; $500000 for Institution. students fought outside i New Fla. -Segregationist
USDA. al and point of sale materials York city high school Friday. leader Moisted (llos)
This budget will DP reviewed ; $80.000( for public relations' The clash spilled Into a subway Manucy, after sitting In )Jail for 'NJ1 M C4a
Monday hen the full commission : $379,000 for publicity: and a number of Innocent bystanders an hour on a contempt charge
holds itt regular October $10,900 for the New York was Injured. Friday night gave a federal
meeting World's Fair;; $300 for i management Some time later, 200 Negro judge a list of 174 member, of
The budget Is based on in survey; and $37,200 students battled with knives! the Ancient City Hunting Club,
estimated total of $7,583,000 In miscellaneous. baseball bats and other weapons enjoined a g a I nit interferingwith
receipt from this season's citrus There Is $1.251,300 earmarked In i Harlem subway eta integration at St. Augu!: :
crop. for salaries, ind $15- tion. Police said the Incidentswere
The commission In setting 000 set snide for Improving not connected. tine.Chicago Carl T Rowan
up the budget used is I basil the commission'i present Nineteen students 13 In director of the U.S. Information o
the projection of 80 million building. Including the addition Brooklyn and six In Manhattan Agency, acid Friday night that
boxes of oian"PS, 33.5 million of six new offices ind expansion were arrested. Thirteen person Washington's crime rate i. high
v boxes of grapefruit, 4.4 million of the photography wore Injured, Including 10 but not necessarily a result of. _
i boxes of tangerines, 36 million and assembly rooms storage girl students of a Brooklyn He- the city's Negro population maJority
boxes of Temples, and space ind the addition of radio man Catholic high school who I
-The Justice
were beaten In a subway Jackson, Miss
850.000 boxes of tangelos ind ind television facilities on
murcolls. '..'the promise, Police said the Brooklyn fight Department plans an appeal
had been building for sever Monday of a contempt citation
up
to
The commission'i operations The laws prmldc! that up
il weeks in arguments between against a US. attorney by a
financed by fix on It per cent of the commis .
an a federal district Judge The attorney
white and Negro students overuse
each box of fruit This tax I II ilon'i Income can be spent for of recreation! ind other facilitics was cited\ for refusing t,. ,iretone
box round product research: up to fiveprr
nine cents per on at the school. The fight process Indictments returned bya
five rent on linger crnt for marketing ind 9II,1,
oranges Investigating racal ,
... ringed over I distance of three grand jury h u
miles ind the stu lent hfsjn violence.

NEW HOURS TO SERVE YOU BETTER terrorizing when passengers the melee at moved random I

Into a sub' 11\ Coffee PlannedFor NYlON TIRE
DAILY: 7 AM TO 5:30 rM The Manhattan rumble between .

students of two Negro Mrs. Holley

SAT. 7 AM TO 4 PMNO tight'chn-iK!Involving grew nut a' student of a recent from Ai LandmarkThree

DELIVERIES AFTER I PM SATURDAYldaHt4 cacti school, police said. coffees will be he!din
Klsewhire Ir the nation Polk County on Monday for Mrs, m .'j
Magnoh \\ e Charles Holley, wife of the RepUblican rF 00
/ Building Materials men who entered pleas of cither candidate for Governor
guilty or no contest on of Florida. The first will be In
charges stemming from three Lakeland at 0:30: a.". s.
1801 7rh Sf.. S.W. Phone 2931102 racial bambini!:', were given From 11 to 12 Mrs Hollry
impended tentencrand placed will be entertained at the Landmark
Motel convention room,

Winter to attend Haven this coffee Anyone Is asked wishing! to

Candidate is i it call 293.5809
Which At Lake Wales,one will be held when
In the afternoon at the Chalet
t Suzanne, Please call LakeWalea you buy the
41. 181
C 1st tire at

member of the F & AM Plans o Popular SizeWHITEWALLS the price

a Dinner To Fete NO LIMIT BLACKWALLS and listed below

1 Past Masters
GUARANTEE silt irerone, HYlONAIRE fiRST Ttre' sCOMOTics',

Winter Haven Lodge No 188 k. Is honored by thousands and 670.15 Tubed.Type BlackwaU 14.95 '5.00
NAACP? F. t A, M. will have a chicken dealers
thousands of Firestone 6,70.15 Tubed.Type Whitewall {17.95 15.00
dinner Monday, Nov 2, In honor -- -
and stores In the United States
3f past masters of the lolge, &Canada."whereveryoutravel 6.70.15 Tubeless BlackwIII 117.95 15.00
Registration will start at J:3O: 670.15 Tubeless Whitewall {O.95 '5.00
p.m dinner at 6.30: p.m and LIFETIME GUARANTEE -
tated communication at 8 p.m, FULL 7.50.14 Tubeless BlackwIIi '17.95 15.00
_.1'*at detect tfl wotkm.nihip and
Reservation should be made 'esaltandmoalro.dh.r.rdinluCN.' 7.50.14 Tubless Whitewall 1$20.951$5.O01
Answer: The Republican for many years a by Friday, Oct 30 with Hughes tor In* hi,*at the oiinil ti. Steele
secretaryThe NO LIMIT ON MILES OR MONTHS

dues paying member of the NAACP. lt..d ree'ac.mente.4.proraledan W.M and b.M4 en Fmtton NO TRADE-IN NEEDED
p..:, Cwrtnt .t t"a el djuMment.
vrUmadc man has a
lot of working parts.A All Tires Mounted FREE

satisfied customer Is the

one belt sales argument i I .Nff I Money I Down.I Jake months l to I pay' !

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ENFORCE THE LAW? Macaroni 'n' VALUES GALORE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THE STOREFRONT


A REPUBLICAN NAACP MEMBER FROM BULBSPACK
LIGHT
MATDOORTODOOR
ARIZONA WITH AN INDIANA WIFE, OR Cheesewith FLOOR


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In Bid For TalksWASHINGTON Swimming Pool ,A, Round-Up PUMPKINPIE

RESEDA, Calif. (UPIYouran
lead a horse to water. : (!!) .y Dick March
(UPI) The HIP U. S. spokesman said the but the old saying doesn't tell
lilted States hu found no evl. State Department understood you what to do If he tell In.
Glenn Woos and BUt Perry hour at a >\mtft k of 10,000
c. that Red China Is sin. Thant was not.-uar. for.m.1 Doug Owens, 24, had to tact
logged sent mighty fine times meters. Men'Hay rant at these
|re in its announced conference bat "cia.locue" .
desire to a the problem Friday when aneighbor's
last week in their respectivetours figures 1800 km
truss nuclear disarmament, among the five powers. horse dropped Into .
around the deep south Wander was seated in the mi!
vials said, however, that It this Is so, he continued, hU backyard swimming! pool Perry's trip took him Mem. section of the aircraft over the
| Peking come. up with any "the channels for such a dialogue for a dip. phis from Gilbert then to St port wing n'lr
tructtve ideas" through are open." A call for help brought the Louis and back to MempM From this point of view he
plomatlc channels they will neighbor running and the res. Flying his ComanchM back says It was both Interesting and
McCIoskey pointed out t h a t I lb.
;,considered.State the British, Russians and cue operation began for the from Memphis he made a atop t little die concerting to see
Department spokes French have diplomatic steed. at Montgomery and still turnedIn their unique ground cooling sys. 39CB
repre.sentathes
p n said Friday the United Police and animal shelter of. tern .
In Peking while t h e a lour hour flight for the engines.These
'U i Is
ready to discuss nu. flrlals were summoned. A
y United States has "periodic Perry says It's the first time large powerplantswerelocated tech
r disarmament with Com- talks" through meetings! be. ramp was lowered Into the he's bad the pleasure, but hav. very close to the air.
list China whenever Peking tween Its ambassador to War water but the maritime mare frig a Ullwlnd both coming and planes' tutelage creating heat
something "constructive to wasn't Interested. Owens then going is great help problem during
saw, John Moors Cabot and a ground opera
But he made it clear that the Chinese In Poland. entered the pool fully clothed Woten flew his new Myers to tlon This was taken care of bya
erica sees little possibilityany envoy and tried to push her up the Atlanta 01ttlrtle hour hop, constant water spray on the Allgood Sugar Cured Sliced
worthwhile moves at It is obvious, McCIoskey, ramp. Ropes were attached but but the return Jaunt talk only fuselage near the exhaust ports.
,
s timeitate that "at some stage In the disarmament even pulling and pushing two hour*. Once airborne, the problem
Department Press Offl.Jr process all militarily couldn't convince her to end would disappear due to the air.
Robert J. McCIoskey made significant nations must partlcl. her swim.Then flow and the water spray las
fie observations when asked to pate In arms control agree Just when It seemed Dr. Irvin Wander of Orow..r. turned' off.Other LB.PKG2.79c
tomcat on a suggestion by manta If such agreements are that emptying the pool was the Fertiliser, brought back planes Dr. Wander had
lied Nations Secretary Gen. to have any real meaning" only solution, the mare swam some interesting Information Information on were the TU,1I 1,
Krai Thant. Thursday Thant sug. to the shallow end and simply about commercial aviation In TU 104 and 1L.IS. The AN.lOa,
Rested a discussion among the He said that Red China was climbed out. Russia when he returned from AN.2 and the MI.4 helicopter. "Super-Right" W'st'rn Beef Full-Cut R'ndSTEAK
\e nuclear powers the considered by the world to be A twitch of the tall and a his recent trip to the U8SK. Dr Wander and his son Dave
nlted States, Russia, Britain, "militarily significant" and the shake of the back showered her While in Russia, Dr. Wander both learned to fly at Gilbert'
Trance and Red China on United States had never ruled "rescuers" with water and she rode the Soviet's TU.124 which Field. "Boneless"
prohibition of all tests and out "participation of any country trotted away obviously un. the Russian's describe as the 88Ct.6.
wane of pre\entlng!: the spread In disarmament negotla. ruffled by her stint as an new "air express". Recently Sue Van Duyne (found .
bf nuclear and '
otl
t r weapons tlons -equine- -aquanaut--- A large aircraft the TU.1M the airfield at Ft. Myers to be a a. . eaea..aeaMAKE
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has three lounges, each com. little evasive To prove to herself .
fortably accommodating from 40 that all fields weren't so FREE
GENERAL to 60 pas..nren.A galley snack hard to locate she later flew
ELECTRIC bar and a baggage compartmentround to Leesburg and to Orlando
out the facilities of this I know she found them, be. 40 WHITE NAPKINS
:' modern Jet.Thrust cause her log book was signed
Is provided by two clou. Don't let anyone kid you 6ue Halloween
tie-flow with ,.,...... ef
engines Some of the There are only two kinds,ThoseUut
performance figures show that have been lost and those that
r. the craft cruises at 000 km per Just wont admit It. Treats Our Own Tea Bags



REp rA Awards Given To Scouts At A&P YOUR HALLOWEEN 100 95

i"\ CANDY HEADQUARTERSWe Count


Troop 121 Parent NightMike have a Urge variety for your selection. Special! Sultana

Listed below are |lust a few of the many out. SALADDRESSING

Troop 121 held a Boy Scout standing values,
Sakko
Neal Saxon, Philip
Court of Honor and Parents
Westlake, David Whatley, and
Mht Tuesday In the social hall Steve Dunham WorthmoreAssorted
\ SALE of the First Presbyterian Damkjer> male a specialpre.senlatlon .
Church to Larry Marshall for Pops +"as:s 590
The meeting opened' with a achieving First Class rankScoutmaster ._ .
flig ceremony and prayer. .
i Eycleshlmer in.troduced
Marvin Damkjer vice chair. Worthmore Assorted Hard 9UART .35CJAR
the new officers of the
man of the Lake Region District, troop and presented bulge of Balls .1tO.590
presented the new troop charterto office to Everett Barber, Ethan Candy 0
ONLY the Re\ James R.Blackwood,
ColchlKkl, Kenneth Damkjer.
EACH ITEM who accepted for the church, Dean McPherson and ItlchaeiSakko [ Worthmore
and, In turn, presented it to the Ann Page 20Os. lortleKETCHUP
junior assistant scout.masters 'i
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By BOB HAVILAND ,
New*.Chief Sport Editor .


The most discouraging part of Winter lIa Yen'l 14-14 tie with Tampa Htllsborough Fri :Tr

day night did not occur on the field. It was in the Winter Haven dressing room after the )
Lt game. The 42 members of the Blue Devil team sat in complete bewilderment!

The unsettling point was not that they tied, but that they were quite possibly robbed,
and not by their own doing, of a chance to win a game of paramount importance. They

might have felt that a little play with Ronnie Booth running In without breaking stride An.
more understanding of football picked up three first downs on derson kicked the extra point.
rules on the part of the ref. runs of 15, 16, and 8 yards. At Late In the game, both teams
eree could have been the deciding one point in the drive Junior missed on scoring chances, fall.
factor, quarterback Rick Anderson was tog when defense stiffened

The really aad point of the trapped behind the line of Besides McAshan's Intercep.
Uon, Ronnie Booth and Bert Cer.
Western Conference contest scrimmage, but literally ran
wa the fact that Hillsborough through five tacklers for 14 ber pulled down Terrier passesto

also had legitimate misgivings yards and a first down at the of the stop goalDefensive drives within 10 yards

about certain calls made during HilUborough 28. Four plays standouts for Win.
the tilt. And the referees, later Junior end Larry Peacock! ter Haven Included McAshan

all from Tampa, failed miserably went in from 17 yards out on David Barton, Jim Alderman,,

In attempts to make h.,., -W8TATIIITIC .... .... Joe Sturgess Jeff McKibben,
amends. They lost at both Jerry Hill, Richard Hitchcock,

endr ".11........ HUI. Myers, Booth, Davis, Page, Don
The emotions of most fans at n .t Downs Running 1U 5 Harrison, and Gerber
the game compelled them to First' Down Paaalnc 0 1 One of the big blows to the Win.
pour onto the field at the final Klr.i Jc,1O'n Peiwltlei 0 3 ter Haven team came when It was
Total First Duwno W 13
gun. They weren't after each Vard Gained Ruahlng 198 309 learned that McAshan, consider.
other Just some way to vent Yard Loot Hurting UI 40 ed one of the best defensive r
their feelings of what they considered Net(Long Yard Kuxlilng RiwhltiK Pity) 188 17 lt 47>9 linemen In the conference and
Injustice. All they found Paws Attempted 10 IS state, suffered a broken hand In
was a void, In themselves and I'.... Competed 1 TYardi the game He Is expected to be
Gained Paaelng SO 124 out from three to six weeks.
each other
t lung Paaaln Play I 90 (7
What the fans really desiredwas I'..... Intercepted. by 1 I Winter Haven's season rec. .i4r abHALFBACK
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forum with the Yard Return on Inlr 0 aiTotal ord Is now 4.1.1, and still have
refs an explaining open the why of Number thin of PunU Rush-1'a. US 1 2M aAwtaK an outside chance of gaining ; GARY MCDANI1: (41)) Is bottled up by Tampa Htilcborou;tacklers
certain Judgments and, why Yarda Punt. 36.S 810 the Region 2 berth in the state Friday nil!: i.t oft :r plklr up short j ardag Later Ir the -all.:: MeDanlel: was on the recelv. I
LARRY PEACOCK, 180 pound Winter Haven end, races occasion Punt. Blacked by '0 0 football championship playoffs Ing ei!ii' 0) a Rt.k.: Anderson I j.: that went for 50 ards and Winter Haven' second touchdown,
they apparently on one Yard. Returnnd Punt. II 6
A win Tampa Robinsontwo David n.irtoi is No 78Planters
over
past Hillsborough's Fernando for
Bobby (12) the Blue Devils'
i overruled the rule book. This Yard Returned Kk'kofi 4 MFumblee
1 first touchdown Friday night Peacock's run covered 17 yards late In the third 1 1 weeks from now and a loss
I Winter Haven and Hillsborough tied, 14.14. situation arose Fumbles Loot by 0Number g by Clearwater in the Plnellas
when Hillsborough ol I'enaltteaYar 5
( quarter down and 1 punted on fourth by quarter: week is an open date for the Upset Auburndale 2014AUBURNDALEThe
five to go. Gary McDaniel, Winter Haven 0' 7 0-14 Devils
downed HII..borollJl0. 14 0 0-14
Blue Devil halfback -
Scoring: Hillsborough leads the league
the ball on his own 20 yard II-Jan la 21 1 iai from Gonu- with a 30.1 record.They suffer Plant over but couldn't move the came on an eight yard pan to
line One of the many red flags lei ( lire). kirk ed a non loop defeat of Ft.Laud.
t of Wll-Peacork 17 run lAndcrwn City Planters won their first pigskin either. Ward. The try for point failed
that fell during the course
kirk) erdale 28-0 game of the year and spoiledthe At the quarter closed, the and the Planters held a 13-7
found upfleld, JI-'ornand. 67 fromnonulra
the was
1 where game referee called either l Jurvli) kick pass) Bloodhounds' homecoming 'Hounds! had the ball again on halftime lead,
a WH-McDanlel' M pan tram Ram Green Friday night as they took a their own 29 yard line. On the Auburndale took a brief
of hand
holding of illegal use Bay
Anderson (Andcroon kick)
on a Winter Haven player. Ix-adlng ..Inl''' runh and pus) 20-14 decision behind the passing third play, the Bloodhounds lead late in the third perio
occurred WH- Oary McDnnlel 81' Jim Game Hilifes of quarterback Sydney fumbled and a Planter pounced when Billy Dailey Intercepts
Since the Infraction
Myen 61, 1 Rnnnle lush 39. Rick
yea McCard. the loose pigskin on the a McCord aerial and
after the ball was punted, own. Andi'rann 17 l-arry I'eacock 17, on raced 68
ership of the ball belonged to Mike Page 18 NFL Schedule The upset win gave the Auburndale 31, yards to score. Again the PAT
Winter haven Fernanrtei II--Oicar 17 Oonialea Ronnl' 104 lluttox Bobby 42. Planters a 1.5 overall sea A 23 yard completion to was scored by Kersey on a

But that was not how the riary McM.kln 39 Terry Jarvln Unaccustomed as they are to son mark, while Auburndale'i Rick Ward moved the ball to burst through the middle The
e.w refs law It. They gave the pigskin 37 Ray Thompson 10 trailing the Los Angeles Rams, mark dropped to 3.3. the eight yard line. Two plays 'Hounds led 14-6.

back to Hillsborough, v;. ,,,,.. .x ;. t Jj !).! :: the Creen Day Packers need a From the start, McCard let later the Planters apparently The Planters scored the winning
staked off 15 yards against the victory Sunday at Milwaukee to the 3,000 partisan fans know had a score but a five yard touchdown with less than
Devils and the Terriers had an end-around play. Peacockran vault Into third place In the that the 'Hounds would be in penalty for illegal procedurewas four minutes remaining in the

the first down rather than the out of the arms of a lUlls tional Western Football Conference of the Na. for a night of it as he lead the called and moved the ball game when McCord hit Wardon

Winter Haven team. All member borough player on the line of The Hams have League Planters to their first wore of back to the six, Auburndale a 32 yard pass. The try
w of the press box corps, scrimmage and then faked out 32.1 record and lead spurted the Pack.to a the nisht on a 47 yard drive. held this time with the ball for point was good and the

and icout1 from Robinson and two others to score standing up. ers, who have split six contestsby The drive was marked by on their own one yard line. Planters led, 20-14.
I Manatee acknowledged that it Hillsborough' second score a half game. three complete passes one of On the first play from Plant City 7 6 07-20
was a technical mistake on the came three plays after they took The last time the Rams fin. which was a 27 yarder and an scrimmage junior halfback Aubur !dale 077 0-14
part of the referees. the kickoff and returned It 29 Ished the season above Green other of which went eight Danny Wood! sliced over't.c.

The game Itself, at least the yards to their 37. Gonzales tooka Bay was In 1958 the year be. yards to halfback Mike Lend. kle and raced the distance to Leesburg 25 Lake View It
part that was played without lateral from quarterback Fer. fore Vince Lombard! arrived on say for the score score. Jimmy Kersey ran the South Sumter 12 Ocoee 0
finder drifted
red flags falling was undoubtedly to his right and the scene, when the Packers The 'Hounds took the ensuing PAT and knotted the score at Oviedo 19 Clermont 7
threw back across the field to
the most'eKcltln, in Fernandez who were a sickly 1.10.1. Under kickoff anti marched to 7-7. Bartow 34 Kathleen 7
for
was angling
Central Florida this year. the sidelines The Winter Haven Lombard's tutelage they own a the Plant City 42 yard line on Plant City took the lead Orlando Boone 48 Orlando
HilUborough dominated the defensive unit was caught com. remarkable 53.1 slate which In. long runs by Bill Sutton and again just before the half end Evans 0
first half, Winter Haven the pletely off guard The TD play eludes three division title. Roy Brown. ed on a 61 yard drive which Winter Haven 14 Hillsborough
second, and the final score was covered 57 yards Jarvls booted This season's three defeats But. the Auburndale drive featured five completions of 14 (tie)
- -- In the balance to the end. the point after have been by a total of five bogged and Plant City took six pass attempts. The marker Wildwood 26 Apopka 0
SPEEDY GONZALES Oscar that Is, tries to outrun In the first series of downs, The Terriers held a 14.7 leadat points and the accusing finger Daytona Mainland 26 Ocala 12DON'T
Winter Haven's George Davis In Friday nlrht'14.14 deadlockat the Terriers came within eight halftlme. is being pointed at golden boy

I Hlllsborough's 0 alt her Field. Con ,Ilea didn't run for a touch. yards of pay dirt when speed. In the second half the Winter Paul The Hornung.all.around halfback

down, but ha did fire two TD passes of 21 and < Yard iter Oscar Gonzales broke off Haven team looked like a lit sent much of the Packers repre.run.
left tackle and headed for the ferent ball club. On the opening .
with Jim
nlng game along Tayl.or
end tone He was dropped from kickoff, a return of SO yardsby and Is counted on for extra FIGHT !
I LONDON FOG COATS & JACKETSTHE behind by Blue Devil defense- Mike Page was nullified by a point conversions and field
man George Davis On the next clipping penalty. Even so, It was goals, formerly a specialty but
play senior guard Jim McAshan obvious that the Devils were back which he has been deficient In
LONDONwill Intercepted a Terrier pass on In the contest, this year
the six yard line to end the The next time they got the ball, Whether extra points will be Be maSWITCH and ,
(.li. you through all threat. they sent fullback Jim Myers significant this week Is prob.
kind of woollier end el- The ball changed hands four churning up the middle for 14 lematlcal. The Parkers haven't \qJ
Jc' cant any tccotion with times before Hillsborough yards, and then fired a 50 yard lost to the Rams since 1960 although .
Impeccable lite end mounted another scoring drive. touchdown pass with McDaniel on they trail In the series to COMET. LYI

style. Enjoy !Its line UilorIng This one they made good on the receiving end. Anderson 22.14. Green Bay's pass defense ;
threw the ball 35 yards In the 1
Is the best In the
loop
I when Gonzales took a pitchout having
( i ; w..h..nd-war.bil. air, hitting the flying McDanielon
from the quarterback and hit permitted only 785 yards
ItVI and nendiome Call the 25 yard line He took It
Terry Jarvis In the end tone on through the air which Is the
bro Cloth, ear e.clutlve that covered 21 yards main reason they are II1,; point \
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a to the
w.... el I oSX" Dtcroii pass favorites.In (65's sequel Daytona ..
I The TD was set up by a 20 yard
/L\\ polynbr and JS % eo.. Fernandez other games, Baltimore ((5.
l run by QB Bobby Jewett Bombs l DURABILITY CHAMPION I
fen SO.. .1 Third bnl.rcenrtruction that brought the ball down to the 1) Is at Detroit ((4.1.1)); Dallas
through ho Winter Haven 24. (1.4.1)Isltl) St. Louis 41.1)};
rheuldara and bark givast Jarvis booted the point after New York (1.4.1)) takes on

t ..... Cleveland 41.1( ; Philadelphia Thousands of Car
ran pot.cti.n In and Hillsborough led 7-0. Bartow 20-7 (3.3) face Pittsburgh (3.3)) Happier Owners Have.
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wid. .nQ' .f .1... and The Devils were quick to retaliate Minnesota (3.3)) Is at San Fran.

/ ) 4 V colon. and covered 90 yards In Cisco ((2.4), and Chicago ((2.4)
14 plays for their Initial tally. The Jewett Wolverines, pacedby tackle Washington (1.5) In an '

j 35.00 In the drive a halfback reverse Green Robert, turned King back and strong Jeremiah Union Inter-ronferenc affair. 65 Comet completes 16,200-mile durability run


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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA P qf Seventeen




CLUTCH Best American Olympic Showing Since 1952By


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LEO II. PETERSEN many of original 5,541 competitors closed and said "I call upon Its aging athletes. filled to withstand .
CHATTER RYNECR 1 ITI Sports Editor marched past under the the youth of all countries to the rising pressure of

0 TOKO (UPS The cost- flags of their nation assemble few years from now other natrons .

Heat Olympic games in history Don SchoUander of Lake Oswego at Mexico City, there to celebrate The U.8. led Russia In laid
. came to I close today beforean Ore,, the 19-year-old with us the games of the medals. S.30. for the first time
In the Tuesday edition of the News-Chief a emotional throng of 80,000 swim sensation who won two IMh Olympiad" since 1152. Russia led In total

, summary of the NASCAR rules for the 1966 racing shortly after' the final event of individual races and anchoredtwo France and Germany won told, silver and bronte medalsfor
a 14-day athletic carnival in victorious American relay Hold medal In the final I two the third straight time but
season were listed. For those of you who did not seethe which the United States made teams, carried the Stars and event today In equestrian Its narrow margin of 96.90 was

article and to also bring you dome more of the i its best showing since 1962 Stripes at the head of the U.S. jumping a surprise Russia led (he

details on the new rules the following is presented : As the Olympic torch was contingent Pierre Joaguiere S Dorioli, Americans at Rome, 10371.
extinguished and the Olympic Along the the V S
a 44-year-old Frenchman won way regained
maximum engine sire will be limited to 427 cubic flag towered in the deepening Last to file in were the smiling the Individual gold medal and (the two sprint champlomhips -

inches again this year. The engines must be of pro twilight of an overcast diy, athlete of the host nation Germany won the team priM It rout at Rome with

duction design only and thus will eliminate Fords the electric Scoreboard flashed The Japanese, attired in biasing The team gold modal wentto big Bob llayea of Florida A.
"sayanara" and then "meet red jackets and white trousers Germany with 68.90 points to and M. winning the 100 mrtrriand
high riser and Chryslers hemispherical head engines. again in Mexico in 1968," were the only delegationthat T7.75 for France and 88.SO for Henry Carr of Detroit fly

Camshafts and lifters will be optional but roller entered In perfect marchIng Italy ing through to victory In the

cams and lifters will not be allowed. As in the past Emperor Hirohilo patron of order For the Americans, the 1964 300:
the games, looked on from the Avery Brundage of Chicago game brought both vindication In addition Bob Schul of Dayton .
only one four-barrel carburetor will be allowed. Imperial box and frequently saluted president of the International and unexpected success For Ohio, and Billy Mills ofCoffryvllle

The minimum wheelbase for grand national cars during the earlier parade Olympic Committee, proclaimed the Russians there was bitt.rdillppointml'nt / Kan... became the

for 1965 will be 119 inches on the super speedways under the floodlights while the games officially as certain ofoIbc"rli first American winners In history .

and 116 inches on the shorter speedways. A minimum meters at 5,000 respectively meters and 10.000 \1

weight requirement will be added for 1965. Some of Americans won 12 gold medals .

the cars will have to add weight to make this re In men's track and two In

quirement.Fuel women's track with sprinters
II Wyomla Tyus of Griffin Ga.
tanks will have a capacity of no more than 4rlPR (100 meters) and Edith MeGulrc .

22 gallons the same as in the past. NASCAR will of Atlanta (200 meters)

also require all fuel tanks to be rubber lined if tests scoring.

with experimental models are succcessful. This changeto .:K MOO st!: I.1AGt'EWI: : MNKHINr. LKAC.I: H4 r.MMIK; (X) lrk, IrAdlK TOKYO (UPD-Medal standings .

a more secure fuel) tank has been worked on for Wtgmr OoMtractlmi W L W L with two events to go today
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Rldm Uiwdry A CkMnfirs M ftaordo James Wagner 011II1..1 31 1* Lama r I Olympic gamer:
Roberts crashed at Charlotte.One No. 1 34 It W. O HOP A Bona XI 1* IUU 5
American Oil U 24 Mrtefca I>|il. More :II :911 "......, Ambulance Bee. 14 III Country Gold Silver Beanie
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Pee Eighteen WINTER HAVEN DAILY $- >ltEP-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Sunday.!. October 26 1964F



i If F Hitler's Right-Hand Man Reported In Paraguay I USE YOUR CHAR* ACCOUNT



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NEW YORK (UPI) Mole that year which showed a pic. had seen the Naal die when a the Invasion which came at
like Martin Bormann the tint. ture of Bormann, a rare one tank Bormann was attempting Normandy would actually nave .
, ler and conniving righl.hand taken by Hugo Jaeger Hitler's to follow received a direct hit come at Calais the area on
man of Adolf1 Hitler, hu been photographer. from a Russian shell June 8, 1944 where the Itth
presumed dead since the final Zarublca spotted it five years And Arthur Axmann: the Hit. German Army plus many of the
fall of the Third Reich In 1945. ago and bases much of his case ler youth leader, has also reported German Pulse tank were ,
But report of the pretence of on It. "Carlo was Bormannand seeing Bormann's body. grouped.But .
the man the Fuehrer called It would be difficult to fool But Axmann said he could see as businessman Zarublca
"my most faithful party com. me I was with him so long no signs of wounds on It. He himself says: "The reader will,
rade" have been turning up and watched him so intently," presumed that the Hiller depu.ty of course, have to make up Ms
ever since. Zarublca said swallowed a vial of poison or her own mind"
To this day, the legends con. There have fy-en numerous when he realized that all was "I'd have no way of knowing
tlnuet Bormann escaped by submarine published reports of Hermann's lost as the Russians stormed where Bormann Is If he alive ,
by boat, by plane. He death but his body was never Into Berlin In the last days of But this Isn't World War IIbuffery. t
has been reported In Red Chi. found. Erich Kempka, who was the war. It's an actual account
na, the Tyrol, Argentina, Egypt Hitler's chauffeur claimed he Zarublca's Carlo talks.Bor. and there are men showing up
and the Soviet Union mann might talk, were he alive with swastlaks today this
among other places. Recentlythe today "There are bones out Isn't sandlot football. I IM
West German news magus Fumigated Mail there burled so deep the world "There's an organization be.
tine "Der Spiegel" and others will never know no one will hind this and If Bormann Is
i have been looking for him In To Be Subject ever know what went on or alive he's got to be Involved In

Paraguay, where he was last how; yet If Hitler's brain had It."
reported seen. Ai Stamp Club not been twisted, he could have
Now Bormann tried in absen. been as great. Caesar or ev. or the
tla and sentenced to death In Fumigated Mall" will be the en Alexander the Great. This Duplicate (
1948 at Nuremberg, shows up subject of a talk by Mrs Mary. whole European continent could '
: again. Not as the Instigator of ette Lane of St Petersburg at have been neutralized by him girl who 1
y the mass killings of German the meeting of the Ridge Stamp and his followers."
clergymen: as he was known In Club Tuesday at 7 p.m. In the Carlo looks as Bormann might knowsclothes
the 40'1. but as a guide named basement of the Magnolia build. have looked: "shorMegged and Bridge ClubThe
I "Carlo" In the Bavarian Alps Ing Lakeland Civic Center. with the build of a squatty gi bf

well after his reported death. Mrs. Lane, a former president ant. His large head was director Dr. W. D. Burt
Mladln Zarublca the 47.year.old of the Florida Federation of crowned by a mane of reced. and Mrs. Burt have returned
head of a heavy construe Stamp Clubs has an In. ing straight black hair, slightly from a four weeks' trip visit.
tlon firm In Los Angeles,claimsIn terestlng collection of letters grayed at the temples. he Ing family and friends In Chicago 1Qg
a new book, "The Year of which were subjected to the tum. had a round large-feature face Ill and Jamestown New
the Rat: a Chronicle," (liar- Igatlon treatment during a yellow with puffy circles below his York.

court, Brace and World) that fever scare years ago and eyes." Dr. Burt announced the follow.
over a seven month period aft. Is expected to display a number And he even tells a story that Ing duplicate games to be play.
er the war was over he of1 them. Fred Stark Is program only Bormann himself among ed In Winter Haven. Tomorrow
swapped tales with Martin Cor. chairman. the Germans might have
will be a master point game.
didn't know It at the the known all the details about a
mann. He Meetings of the club on sec Monday November 2, will be
time, Zarublca says, but he's ond and fourth Tuesdays of each an Allied Intelligence hoax to a charity master point game and
convinced now that the man he month always are open to all substitute an agent for a Germ.
all\ Monday games In November
knew then only is Carlo was stamp collectors In the Ridge an courier general in order to will be a new series. All bridge %
really the Nazi himself."I district with a special Invitation foist false secret plans for the players Invited. / ;
realized It In 1956," Zarubl. extended by President EugeneWatson Normandy Invasion on the Mrs. C. W. Gross was hostessat
J ca said In an Interview pick. to out-of.state visitors. German high command.This Monday's game with nine ta
Ing up a copy of the Jan. 8 Is. The club has a number of reg. plan Zarublca suggests, bles In play.
sue of a national magazine of ular "winter visitor members. made the German believe thatTODAY'S Mrs. Graham Cochrane Au. a

burndale, and Mrs Otis Porter
RAMSEY Winter Haven won first placeIn
GRAB BAG By RUTH
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Central Press Writer the north.south section. Second
place went to Mrs. Frank
Stupor, Winter Haven and Mrs.
QUICXI SPOT OF FAMI-OUISI THI NAMI ern territories and founded the
THI AN SWill, Kenneth Jackson Lake Alfred.A .
Mogul dynasty which was to
f 1. When was the United last for centuries. During the Winter Haven pair won third,
States Bureau of Lighthouses Afghan Wars the pass was the Mrs. Robert Staufer and Mrs. /
established T scene of many skirmishes with Carl Jackson, with a Lakeland "
2. Do polar bears hibernate the Afrtdls and some disasters team In fourth place, Mrs. C.
3. What I* a corduroy road? to the British troops.It W. Thompson and Mrs. Perry
4. How stomachs has Swindler. (
many Is a land whose bare, naked i
1"1"Ae
an ant? First place In the east-west
rocks reflect fierce heat In summer -
8. Name the oldest American and become freezing and section went to a Winter Haven
college Greek letter fraternity Inhospitable In winter. None brother and sister team, Mrs. ORIGINALS

thcless, fabled of song and Ted Flanigan and Robert Thorn-
IT HAPPENED TODAYOn story, It Is one of the world's hill. A Lakeland pair won sea ,
this day In 1816. Seth most adventurously romantic ond, Mrs. Phillip Trohn and I
Thomas of Thomanton Conn.. places. Stanley SapP.Mrs.Hughes Steele / b/i
wu awarded a patent for an Name this spot of fame. and Mrs Harry King Winter Ha. advertised in
v alarm dork. eNI..I( it bottom of column ven were third and Mrs Perry Harper Bazaar ( #
On Oct. 25 195fl the Fascist Blakemore, Lakeland, and Mrs.
I" government of Germany and IT'S BEEN SAID Pat Vogt Winter Haven wereIn

Italy formed the BOH-ailed Rome. One always begini. to forgive fourth Betty".Grant and Mrs. ifThe
Mrs
Berlin Axl. .. I a place as loon at ft left fl. co-host. '
-- '- -- hind.-Charlet Dlch,". Margaret McNelsh were .
Today's spot of fame Is a I eases at Wednesday's game when
ORN TODAY I i row defile winding nar'l YOUR FUTURI there were nine tables In play. perfectly poised adaptable to everything
Worldly wise end lillitnttmblo
our .ncK.nMfl
Actrtii Dame Sybil, Thorn- cliffs/ of shale and limestone 600 I I Winners In the north south nyoft
Great achievement Is
dike playwright MOil Hurl, I to 1.000 feet high which stretchto prognosticated. were first-Mrs, RobertStauferand t.l.l suit for of
I Today's child will be you prtttily through she day end ready a change place or a change of pace
baseball
football Y.A., Tittle even loftier mountains behind. Robert Thornhill. Mrs. H.
Jim Broinnn. No other pass In the world diplomatic.For G Morris and Mrs [win WU. Into ...nln,. Und.rn. tK tho eh.n.l laid-e iw From our new collection byLLdMga
23 King Mirhiiel of such strategic Sunday, Oct. 251 Check Mr. and \
Born Oct : has poisoned Hams were second with .
Romania, hittortnn Henry S. Importance or retained so many extravagance toward the opposite Mss O. M. Mulkey In third p.rbly shaped sheath graced by I contciouily font precisely tailored in the grand manner and hand finished

Commoner, dancer Paul Draper, historic associations as this the MX. Today's child will be place. Fourth place was won by nine bow.
I actor Anthony Frinicioiii, or. gateway between the mountain resourceful. Mr. and Mrs Eric Murray. 3000 with infinite care ACOOSELECTED
Hit Pablo Picasso, playwright/ '" highlands of Afghan and the Mrs. N. E Miller Jr.and Mrs.
John a. Laviton. plains of India. HOW'D YOU MAKI OUT Ted Flanlgan were first in the
Since time Immemorial Invading 1. Aug. 7, 1769. east west section with Dave
WATCH YOUR LANOUAOI armies have plunged 2. No. Hauseman Paul Tyler and Mr.
throiign the pass seeking conS 3. One made of tied for
FUME (IRYME)-noun; a loge and Mrs. Jim Nichols 1
deposit reeembung quest of the fabled riches of the 4. Two. second and third. Fourth place .
white Icy
rough, JJEE flJ. IetI
frost, but formed from I East The Muslims poured 4. Phi Beta Kappa. was won by Robert Staufer and ?
fog bearing air. I through to settle India's north .UtI'IIt' tlt.atq.IIX 111.10 Tom Turnbull. J


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Take a sunny day a single tail a bit of a boat just a I.IJJJIf ftI1I irIIIIII I_ ,
puff of wind a lake and there you have it all the ingre ti

dients for a fun-filled afternoon.No ).
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need to do endless shopping for this recipe. Almost 365 '... \L ,,t.
days a year here are sunny there are 100 lakes you can choose .
from in Winter Haven and you can just about always depend on
there being a little. wind (not much is needed and the sail comes
with a bit of boat that every one has flipped over The SunFish II

Sunfish sailing is reportedly the fastest growing class ot sailboat-

ing in America and in Winter Haven, it is rapidly becoming the
favorite family sport Just in the past year, over four thousand Sunfishwere
registered, and there are equally as many not registered.The I

Sunfish is fascinating. It is a type of sailing boat measuring
thirteen feet and seven inches long. It only weighs about 138 pounds I
.
and has a single sail. Because of its simple design and fibreglassed exterior *
it requires a minimum of maintenance, and because of its size, is '; Weekend Regatta I
easily transported by means of a trailer or on a luggage rack on top

of a car. 1 ,;: tI' The Cypress dardens; Sunfinh Hut w from Miami, Weal Palm Beach, Jacksonville
4
!) \ holding iU. third annual irntta Inn thmvtwkwid and points in between.
The boat is outgrowth of the old fashioned surf boards which ,
an The climax of the two-day event The activities I of the Fleet are not limitedto
were changed into sailing boats. It has a cockpit, but since the hull !is will be the awarding of coveted trophies tailing This weekend there have been<<
water-tight and airtight it cannot be sunk. Because of this feature, jut prior to the afternoon ski show today HVt'ralall1\ including luncheon,
it is one of the safest boats to be found-either for just fun, or for at Cypress Gardens, partita, luau and a dance.
training children and adults in sailing. And because of its one sail, a Trophies will a be: award! for double Paul Ilanchon Is /general chairman of
be handled And despite races, men and women's singles.This this wwkend'i regatta, Mrs Robert Hoenshl -
crew is unnecessary. It can easily by one person
I.> the moat pular of Sunfish |I. in charge of registration BruceBlackman
i regattas / ;
its features of simplicity and safety, the Sunfish is one of the fastest in
held throughout the !state In additionto is heading the race committee
the sailing circles for its size. the \\inter Haven families who makeupthe Vance Johnston, socials, and l>r. and Mrs.
looal l fleet, Bailing enthusiast are here John Smythe, public relation





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have returned from a visit of
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de f Dayton. Ohio, and with relativd "
and friends In their I
former hometown, Kokomo,
Ind. Mrs Duncan's former "
Sunday School class of the ;'
Friends Church there held \
Open House for them In Dayton ;
where their son Is assistant
to the Adjutant Generalat ;
Wright Patterson Air Force t
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their son's 45th birthday.
On the return trip, through the
1 Smoky Mountains, there had
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leave of vines and trees to
MRS. RICHARD FIELD, right welcomes Miss Marg MacCalla at a luncheon she gave beautiful Autumn coloring.
I In the bride-elect's honor Friday Autumn was reflect i in the floral arrangements used
In the decorations of the Field home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cornell
have returned to their homein
Luncheon At Field Home Halloween Dance Auburndale after !spendingthe
summer in Hcndcrsonvillc, '
Planned At N.C.

Honors Miss Margie MacCalla Yacht ClubA Joe II. Raugh, son of Mr. ,
and Mrs Fred II Baugh, has '
Halloween dance will beheldat 1 enrolled in the New Orleans II'f
the Lake Region Yacht and
Amber colored chrysanthemums: were used in the Country Club next Saturday night[ Baptist Theological Seminary
for work toward Bachelor of
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beautiful decorations today when Mrs. Richard G. dents.for all senior high school stu. Divinity degree.

Fields entertained at her home with a luncheon honor. Music by a lively combo will
Ing Miss Margie MacCalla, popular bride-elect. begin a.t 7:30 p.m until 11:30 Three Winter Haven women
took part In the program pre
C Mill MacCiUa was present. MacCalla Mrs John Gray, p.m.All planning to attend are re, sented ot the annual meetingof
ed with a hostess gift In her Mn. W. B Lemons Mri. Jim minded to wear their zaniest Area M, United ChurchWomen
i chosen silver pattern. Baker, Mri Robert Hoenshel, costumes. Reservations shouldbe of Florida, Friday In
II Guests enjoying the delightful Mri Beach Brooks, Mri Robert made as early as possibleand Temple Methodist Church,
event were Mrs. Gordon Eastman, Mri. Jim Qllver, guests for this event will Lakeland They were Mill
Mri. W, E. Rynerson Mrs be permitted. Admission will Fannie 0 Smith area chair
E. L. Davis Mri. Pate Snively be $1.23 per person. Refresh. man, Mrs. Richard Madaus,
Mrs. Austin Race III and ments will be served during the president of the Winter Haven
Mri. Frank Wallace evening.
council, and Mn Adaline Pol

FashionettesDesign Mr and Mrs. Clifford I.. son.Mr, and Mrs. John Rirkeri
Counter have returned after
have recently moved to Winter
spending the summer at their
Haven from Waycrosi, Ga.
In British Jewelry Is home in the Dlue Ridge Mountains .
rapidly growing more exciting, They are residing on Avenue
Lake Toxaway NCMBS
; Only reports the Jewellery Information B, NW,
GYP Centre in London. Newestof
50 the breakaway trends is a
diamond brooch aptly named
Telstar The brooch has an
angled elongated circle of baguette .
Shopping diamonds encircling a y.
sapphire and diamond sphere
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w Days'til representing the world, with a
multl-diamond rayed satelliteset :
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with a central yellow dia 4t
mond. For the rich at pocket-
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suede with cotton knit for a
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V. easy skirts, jerkins,cardigans,
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1n r&Jli't ttaAa/t'm< fon fo Miss Bobroff Is EngagedAnnouncement 1

POSSESSION dc CORDAY
has been made by Mr. and Mrs.
A bhtllf .r.awe t*ftrftmt Huge In fntttt A Irgnul In Ui n"n I limt Bob Bobroff of Kiwimmee, formerly of Winter Haven

r and Auburndale, of the engagement of their

daughter, Eata, to Richard Reynolds, son' of Mrs.
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Velma Reynolds of Kissimmee.The 11 1 1 ,

bride elect attended was graduated from the Osce-
schools In ola High School In Klssimmee F .
".. .. .. .. un Auburndale and"W in 1963, where the participatedin 1L
'Y VVWV IVVVVVVV / /GVVWVGRODERHAWER'S v *I various organizations J
Mils Bobroff U employed by _
j Montgomery Wards In Or. .

i I I lando. 2 lady Pe erell

I i Mr Reynolds was graduated :..
;i from OsceoU High School In free sheets pillowcases// -
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> In the Air Force. He it em-
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: Wedding plant will be forth- .. .
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Republican Women Extend InvitationThe



Republican Women's the thniag room at U:30 by tlw Chwcfl, tomerrow. at : : r -.
Club of Winter Haven will Circle Tea with Mrs. John B. twelve noon.
hold a coffee on Thursday WhttoMde-, chairman, The FTeM Martin Circle
from 10 till 1* a m at the Hvtn An Informative program hat Mill be in charge of the cov
Hotel been arranged for the afternoon crest dish luwhoon
Mrs Raymond E. John will and at this time the Plan for the Harvest Ingathering .
ipr ik to the guests budget for the new year will will be made at this
An Invitation u extended to be presented Mrs Culver 0.Spencer time All member are bring
all women in the community will give her reportof urged. to attendPLANTFRS .
who are interested in the the National Meeting at GARDEN CUB
# ,' cause for which the Republican Purdue University in June of Members will meet at Etk
Women' Club ii working United Presbyterian Women rrd's Drug Store In the Southeast .
A short business session for shopping renter at >:30a
members will follow the rof CODINGTON ,CLUB .tn., Tuesday for a field trip
fee "The Four Seasons" is the Members are being remindedto
PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN subject of the program of the bring a picnic lunch also
The Wom n'. Association ot Codington Home Demonstra oil Christmas cards and
the First Presbyterian Church tion Club of Lake Alfred, Friday stamps for World Gardening
will meet at the church to morning at the home of Projects.
morrow with Mrs. John B Mrs Loons McMillen..
Cunter, presiding.At Mrs Harold Sellers will What's New
10, the Prayer Fellowship show color slides of scenes in
Croup will meet in the Chapel her home state of Michigan Elegance!: for the bathroom Ir
led by Mrs Robert W. Far- taken during various seasons come In a whit chantllly lace
Mrs. Ruth Elkins, Home shower curtain with a scallop
row.The executive board will Demonstration Agent, will edge and ruffled valance Its
meet at 10:45 In the Harriet present news of the county vinyl liner Is In a choice of pas.
Thompson Class Room and the groups teas The nylon and acetate cur.
worship service will be at METHODIST WSCS taln can be hand.washed, then OVER:: 200 KAPP\ DILlA/r: I 'Mft'. ":I If .tc MI' VK. ppi: Della tate
"", Mrs Leon Hafley. Church will hold Its the shower rod to drip dry. sented by Mrs R. Reynold... len \ :T I.te Ml .;.1 (I. center public relation,; I
"r," ': .luncheon at and Mr*. Charles FOley,pr..l.wnt. Friday night, alumna* tt'n .. Luncheon will be served In monthly meeting the
Mlaml-ImHMia
U football
name Registration business meeting were held yesterdaj!
Cotton velveteen bows add a morning, and Julia Fuqua Otter past National president, was speaker at the noon luncheon
feminine touch to the handle _H_ __ ____u___
MISS HAZEL LINGER of new bath brushes, which are

mad of luclte and com In an "Projectope" Film Seen By Concordians .
a assortment of bright colors.
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.' Miss Unger's Engagement
Coucordlan of Grace Lutheran An old hoKpllal uhlp was scoured evil propaganda In Peru, ar in
Want to match window shade Church, at their recent from the United Stales other countries where HOPI
! to your draperies or sllpcov. monthly dinner meeting, In the Government, and through private landed. When the ship docked In
To Pfc. Davis Is Announced era? Any fabric can be con. Parish Hall, privileged to view" contributions, the MpwM Peru, they had already let up
verted Into a stiffened window a film entitled "Project Hope. put Into action, going to nations their campaigns, claiming that
shade by spraying with a new Officers of the club, and their who request Its help. It Is hilly the Americans were going to
Dar and Mrs. Cletus W. Unger, 124 Bates Avenue colorless plastic This plastic husbands and wives were hoots equipped with a paid staff of experiment with the poor Peru
tyY t finish U said to be washableand for the evening, preparing and nurse, however all of the Doctors vlani M they would know how
SE, announce the engagement of their daughter, one aerosol can of spray Is serving charcoal grilled steak who serve on this project to treat Americans, with aim
Hazel Christine, to PFC John T. Davis, son of Mr. sufficient to coat two average dinner.Dr. do so without any remuneration liar ailments, and other false
ai/* shades.While Perry Keith gave an ex whatever The Doctoral
and Mrs. Alvin Snipes of Eagle Lake. rumor were started. But soon,
of "PROJECT
explanation who are able to rive of the kindness I and sincere I concern \
Miss Unger was graduated HOPE" prcHdlne the showing their service arrant a. Sell as gifted sblllti,
from Winter Haven Senior the newer non stick of the movie which was made to be with the hospital ship of the staff of HOPE/:; won the
High/ School in 1963, and Is The jumpsuit, long a staple cookware finishes are said to In Peru by the Peruvian Government for a two-mpnth period of timeThey hearts of the people of Peru.
Item at Abercromble & Fitch, o resist scratching, some cooks depleting the work of the .
presently employed as a dental are flown by the project Many cases burned, maimed
has turned to the prefer to It double sale.The HOPE rnOE.CT
outdoors. plot presented
from their to the and deformed
assistant in the office of Dr. city ship' grotesquely
Shown at a ski fashion show in latest nylon plastic spatulas to "Mope" in gratitude fur the and
E. M Franti location from that time all natives were shown before and
the tore recently, It was tlrm and spoons-which can't mar hospital ship's work In their
of the work
PFC Davis received his ed they perform Is after treatment by the )HOPE
as a space cult and well insu any surface-ar* designed to country. .
ucation done grail. Clinics are e.tabtiahed surf, There was no question
in the local
schools
lated. Big patch handwarmer protect both glass cookware and "Project !Hope" was startedby In
I needed areas, and about the loving gratitude In the
and
entered the In
Army 1959 pockets and elasticized cuffs non stlrk coatings These rust. a group of American DoctorsIn ,
the worst
canes are scheduledfor eves of the people of Peru,
He is now stationed at Fort and ankles make the tog askier' proof utensils, with flower print an effort It'< alleviate suffering treatment
and tears down their
Benning, Ca.Wedding delight Suggested for THE SMALL KICAEN6? motifs, can be washed with soap and help the slrk and the shipA surgnrrat..3rd cheek streaming u thousands of themr
Plans will be forth. undercover pinnings; cashmere or detergent In the hottest wa. diseased under. rrivlloi:ed pen alwa the ;mn uni '. ,tthercd In bid the staff of
coming. long Johns! ter. They resist temperatures up pie In the \Jr IOU! fir' of the won at u ;ik ndl.: (Mr IIUPL exxlbye."
to 495 degrees world.
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'.I.wMUrw / 1 of Winter Haven
will I* required
I mora Ingenuity
J to make It usable If this
.1 problem is tours her are
Foot Comfort c. several ways to turn this ll-

Foot BtautyShasteen's _. :4N HcTI ErrIWfiT ability Into an asset Above Is
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a kitchen designed as tidily asa

DEKAL Foot Cream galley It The from partition the living that room separates 1, /o", tome

Massages corn and eat/utttt twtylUlwvx :: alt :/ has a pass through for serving (
food and drink, with a hinged"
burning. .cbl..,, tad of wry .-&. It aot only panel on the living room side. ,
ncnovo com. ud exlluM but pmmU u...bam iWorm-
J of.UM Drtil Foot CMIB u ofun.ymi wMi r..I'caN+l00bumful You enter lb.kltchenbypushingback \
BO clwraleib of *cU. tf any .kind. 03.00''Plus a woven bamboo hanging: /2
screen Greatest space'saving U w e ,
Add 10% Federal Tn"fliliJ1ifJli feature 1s a five foot wide com \ \ I
blnallon sink, range and re
frlgerator Note the handsome '
3-AND fIoSrlTA8LllI linoleum backdrop for hanging o.v:
utensil Kitchen relates tollv
log room by a color scheme of ? h'/l ;
whit walls, black linoleum and "
rust ale floor / Ji. I Ij
2. Above I II a solution to the 1
MR. TRICE SAYS: problem of a Pullman kitchen
opening directly Into a living
room. Open a* shown, this
kitchen make an attractive appearance j
Start the Rush Now. with doors papered In Y
durable wall covering and copper A REGULAR
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utensils hung on metal j
racks Closed the doors match I1.\J.V
SYSTEMATIC SAVINGS
MerchandiseTo walls with molding painted a
for Free lighter shad.. Not drop-leaf
table PROGRAM WILL SPEED
1. Above, this kitchen II u
good to look at as It I la to work THAT HAPPY DAY.
Jn Done In a scheme of bottle-
8 green wall. II has light and ifjf / '
Be Given Away lo Lucky dark green squires on floor -

whit appliance. 1 able hal awhile ,
Ladies Wednesday, Nov. 251h. marble top fruit print r
In delluuu color hang on
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Your Mirror's Reflection Hickman Circle DAILY NEWS.CHIEF. Sunday October 25, 1964 P.g* 22


\ Accent On Legs ", : 11, Has Imtallalion


TM Jane Hickman Circle of
By J NINE SUTTON lh.. Flral Baptist Church met \r

1 :,, this w*.k at the home of the ? C,
Taking stock of the log that fills your stocking ': ,, c<" chairman, Mrs K. s. Ben +,' ,

I is important The wise woman will coordinate leg ,. 1'1.' l Ak. '
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exercise and massage. with proper hose choice and 'l he chairman, Mrs .t. D. t
hemline length.Because '1 11 iwell presided over this fir ,t tm rt'' ;' r',
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>' of the
I'tlng new year
I leg proportions are always on view, we '1 t Preceding the meetlru M) ,''Aj'

offer two exercises that work equal wonders in trim- ttennett served delicious) ? '
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ming a heavy calf or in building up a slim one. For }' Y, ; fre siimmts of hot ham!scul'' ,
cheese straws, date puffs r" ffea
the first stand with hands on hips, feet apart, toes and orange Juice Prcsidir; ,

in. Rise on the toes, then sink very slowly} until the + III: tM buffet table were Mr .I
knees to and r'i idwell i and Mrs R. D. '>e.iwell.
come "points" touch. Rise with equal i
,
slowness. Mrs. D. B. Peters opened:llhe
Or try this. Stand with feet attractive In the lightest shade > business meeting with a rail to '
'ers 4'
28 inches apart Rise on the of stocking; A heavier leg In prayer taken from Thes 2:IS.
ball of the feet, turning the darker hue. Seamed stockings ". Mrs Tidwell announced the
body to one tide, then sinking/ also minimize a stocky leg I following slate of officer- for
to the floor Straighten and by carrying the eye along a the coming season: prayer
repeat about alx limn before vertkral plane Stockings with Mrs D. B. Peters; secretary,
no seam make thin leg appear Mrs Stuart Sealover; treasurer
turning to the other aide
fullerSome and sunshine, Mrs. W. W, Law
Stocking too. will help
you women wear the stockings less; mission study Miss
to
create en Illusion of the t
Inside out to keep theseims Ceraldlne Bevls; community
proportion desire
you Since mission. Mrs. C.
J. Williams
from making an Impression ;
light enlarge and dark
de ,
stewardship, Mrs Floyd
on the back of the
mlnlshe (the ume principle leg. Unfortunately, the raw Stringer; children's home Mr*.
you use In making up your H. B. Conley; octal, Mrs.Mallle .
face) A lender leg look most edged seam make an "Impreaslan" Bozeman; publications/ AND MR<<. ANGU R, HALES and children, Rusty and Jerry Jane, are leaving
anyway on the eye Mrs, R. P. Coggans Montgomery Ala today for Travis Air Force Base, Call!., and then for Yokoto Japan
publicity,
CDlantO"M of the beholder and not a very Mrs. R. D. Seawall ; Hales, Is making career of the Air Force, Is the son of Mrs, I
favorable one at that, Do ; program,
wear NW.
the seams on the Inside And MCJ: PATRICIA ORAVETZ Mrs, J. W. Danser =: : "

we/te/ meant I anchor them atraight by fiat "Russia and the Missionary ;,,... __ ,. .. ,,,
enlng back "w." '- 7F ''-" '-' V<" N'" w-""" "'''''"""
your garder to Task, was the program Introduced
to be seenOutmoded the outside of the seam Do November Wedding PlannedBy by Mrs. Danser. Taking
it In front of a full length part on the Interesting discussion -
mirror to be aure was Mrs. Peters, Mrs. M .
(I I .... '\ Another Important thing to Miss Oravetz Mr. WeeksAnnouncement Ted Jahn and Mrs. Paul Petti-
i / remember Is that no stocking grew, Invitation
looks trim unless it fits well Miss Bevls announced that the

: Correct length and correct fit has been made by Mr and Mrs. study "Frontiers of Advance"by To preview our exciting collection of i
are most important The Winston Crawley would be
Y tag
/ may not always be you but A. J. .Orautz of Auburndale, of the engagement of taught on November 24 by Mrs. Gifts, Decorative Accessories ,

,t r ,aJn it will look that way to other their daughter Patricia Ann, to Freddie MeltonWeekl. Helen Crass. The study will be
followed by a covered dish and Table Fashions for Fall 1964.
b'of people. Why work hard for on of Mr and Mis. C A. Weeks of WinterHaxen. luncheon.
shapelier leg, then hide themin 4
and to visit
[ our
hose that distort. Mr Tldwell reminded the
., Hemline also play an Important ladles to keep two dates In mind newly opened Christmas Shop
u November 3 Is a general
role in flattering the
't'i legs for example The short Oldt Irons the meeting Church and enlistment and the November coffee at 1 filled with decorating suggestions

'r., girl should wear skirt that meeting of the Circle will be II for the Holiday Season
are moderately flared at the held al the Stuart Sealover
f./ I hem and short enough to give The marriage of Miss Janet also used by her grandmother, home
(..\, grace to ankles and legs, Oldt, daughter of Mr. and Mr. her aunt, and her mother at their Those attending the meeting t (
0 I 1/Uh The very tall girl should Leslie M, Olilt< to Peter Ironsof weddings Included Mesdames Albert Car- "llig diuJo;
o :r Washington, D. C., son of After a short honeymoon In nett, Ted Jahn,C.D. McGregor ; >
Q Mrs, 0, Ewing Irons of Now. New Hampshire, the couple will Paul Pettlgrew
/ BFORE Floyd Stringer,, 436 6th St. N.W. Phone 294-3297
r fields New Hampshire and the live in Washington where Mr J. D. Tldwell, W, W. Lawless ,
AFTER o late Mr. Irons, took place Oc. Irons Is Director of Legislative D. B. Peters, Stuart Sealover,, .
0 tolier 17, In Hampton Falls,N.11. Research for The United Auto J. B. Wllllmas, Mallle Bozeman ::,.
: oG 0I The historic Unitarian Church Workers, and Mrs Irons Is doing R. p. Coggans, J, W,
,#.:,.I of Hampton Falls, which was established research for The Institute Denser K. S. Bennett and Miss
@ !In 1712,was the charmIng For Policy Studies, Geraldine Bevls.
setting for the afternoon wed
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Related at the dignified and 11m.
diamond rings 1FW pie service which was attendedby
that spend their days in a W the families and close friends

vault have no value what. i of the couple The double,ring
ceremony was used r
ever, Enjoy the beauty of a The church was beautifully

your diamonds noun! Let decorated with autumn leaves

us tell you how little! it will ., and chrysanthemums A seven .
branched candelabra was placedat
cost to remount them in A wdl-turned calf the altar The bride' escort e e". '

a modern, safe( setting. ed by her father, wore a lovely
find the most flattering spot blue wool dress with matching
on her calf for a skirt to enda accessories, and carried a bouquet all! Open Stork ivilhlexciting) new versatility and flair
( bit shorter than usual) and of yellow roses Mis.Syl via ra

: IIt kiep It in spite of fashion Law, a college classmate was
change bridesmaid, and wore a wool
Concentrate too on walking dress In a soft shade of melon EXQUISITE PROVINCIAL DESIGN BY
Bitting, and) standing pntty She carried a bouquet of white F
Use your leg especially if snapdragons and yellow rose. VATlO VALI,1'-ADVIITISHU: [ : CAlDWELL[ T ;
they're thin and shapiry us Tony Irons served as best man
JEWELER L SIIYFRSMITN1312nd exclamation point to your for his brother Rockwell Iron,

St", NW _. appearance another brother of the bride / Choose lastingly lovely bedroom furniture from this *. ,
groom, and, Thomas Oldt, broth.er
of the bride, were ushers ; authentically styled and superbly detailed open'stock fk '
Music Included compositions by (
Bach and Handel i rtiih Provincial Ensemble
lit the new rage for .. "
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Mrs Oldt chose fur her daugh 1

comeotvstrong beige! ter's wedding a royal blue dress, Finished in Antique White with gold trim every piece f! ; :; .T y
with matching hat Mrs. Irons, .
mother of the bridegroom, worea hen been carefully crafted, artfully carved Note the 4 *
Mr and Mr*, Oldt were hosts 1 shaped tops fronts, and base. Select the larger t&f" .+ rl

Baroque at a reception at the lovely home I pieces for the Master Bedroom-or the lighter piece. jJM JijH"
of Dr. and Mr*. A Kelley Dates
c* In Exeter A large bouquet of v, perfect for your daughter own room
I, with MAX FACTOR snapdragons and roses, flanked
by {lighted tapers, graced the "
brl/le's tall A tiered wedding BUDGET TERMS j
cake was decorated with white
rosettes and silver leaves. To
cut her wedding, cake the bride OF COURSE!

P used an anllque silver cake knife, vMt''''
a family heirloom which was
t Take BAROQUE BEIGE or ,t first used In 1803 and was given
COCO BAROQUE Fin* to her on her wedlingdayltwu

Lint or Creamy I STOCK

HI.Society Lipsticks. Mr*. Lro Hart li a patientin
C the Winter lIavt'n.Hospilal. Single\ Dresser with mirror $tog
Match with Nail Satin. I
Double Dresser with mirror ill ; ,
GO ALL THE WAY.,, w.a.,. Franklin 1)>>. Fields has been
New COCO BAROQUE promoted to airman first classIn Triple Drewer with mirror |15t4Drawer {

Eye Shadow. the Air Force at Jamt Chest .. . .. .. . .. $ 71
Connally Air Force Base, Tex .S4 ,

b Airman Fields Is an aircraft Cheat on chest . . . $ 94 er
mechanic in a unit that
the Air Training Com supports Twin or full-slw bed . . . . f 69 '', wlr r

i mand mission of training airmen King.site 1111 bed with frame $ M rj
and officer in the diverse .
skill required by the )'ull..lle Canopy Dad (IMII.pIe4e. . $109 '
nation force.
acronpure Night Stand! $ :39

4 piece suite including aMgte dr sw>r. plate gUts qwt. 'f

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dreisrr mirror cheat, and fall.cite bed 1251w

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October, 1964 Page Twenty-Three I
PCCENr Limit One With $3 or More Order FOLGER'S
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Double-Barreled Advice A i IwN o INSTANT Coffee


Abigail Vail Huron
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DEAR ABBY: Please ftdvkw me on a problem DEAR ABBY My-grandson flunked out of Coffee Mole1\ 6 it. eeC
that has been continuing for 30 years. Our two colleges His mother 'my daughter I Names r JarSAVE
log our courtship, my husband WM so amorous it on his elementary education Shi s a\s. The
and passionate that I thought I was getting teachers don't know how lo teach inv more" .
quite a prize. Our honeymoon ended abruptly But Abby neither my daughter nor her bus 61. Slit 39c \ \ 36t
when I caught him In the arms of a chambermaid bend ever have any goal books around the
After that It was a friend" then a neighbor house They never go to a concert or to a gomi
Then, just anybody He told me that I was all !their time cleaning, paint .
play.their
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should accept it He would escort me to parties, :both college graduates and should: know batterTheir CELL "'""" "
disappear and return in time to take me home. children sit In front of the television' set n
No explanation'! Our club had a kisnng mara and Nt snacks There is no food for thought in F
thon to see who could hold a kiss the longest their home. I have tried to tell my daughter butI
lie entered with a woman he had never seen be- can't get through to her Maybe the can be '
fore that evening (She was somebody out-of helped by your advice, if she can stop cleaning rrAefinac! etQiJo/tJlHiJ: lA'fJJi ) .
town house guest and stiffer i than a plate! glasswindow long enough to read the newspaper. ; { ; zlJ8.rtQ,
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to each other Not able to bear the humiliation UNHAPPY GRANDMA : ..
I left before the contest was over, but
nEAR GRANDMA: I agree, the chances for & .
later learned that husband had won It. He i. II\.1.- Lit
my Intellectual growth are far better In a cultural PrkM Hftctivt Oct. 26th Thru 28th
calls all these capers "harmless fun. Now, in environment Rut so many children blossom Intellectually Starts Wt Give SAVE 10 LUCKY LEAF APPLE
his declining years, he is all fired up about with no help at home 11'. difficult Winter Haven Only
ME' And I am so hungry for love that I can't to generalize These children seem plain lazy,
say no Am I sick? and their parents are culturally dull \ sad com 820 THIRD STREET, S.W. TopValue 25 M.
WORRIED ABOUT MYSELF blnallon ISO FOURTH STREET NW once ClitiI 15
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In my opinion you are both far from well CONFIDENTIAL TO K. M: Go back to Quantity Rights Rtitrvtd SAVE! GUBER'S. ClAPP, er BEECHNUT STRAINEDBohy
He apparently felt compelled to punish someone, church To say "1'm not good enough for God" w.--4{ 11t StampsFoodIsABargain
and you felt a need to be punished You sure Is saying "I'm too sick to go to a hospital Achurch
made a peach of a pair! Is a hospital for sinners-not a museum R'f. Ja/i
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us rimyOMJLY
Problems? Write to ABBBox MTuO, Los
but some people who ride with us don't botherto SAVE Ac CLEANSER
use them even when we ask them to'' We use Angeles, Calif For a personal reply, enclose a
them even if we are going only two blocks, (We stamped, addressed envelope
were told by an insurance man that most car Rtg. Can
accidents occur within a few blocks of the driver Aux Limit Two lOcr
's destination.) What should we do about !Hate tolTite letters? Send one dollar to r I r
people who absolutely refuse to use the seat belts Abby Box 69700, Los Angeles. Calif., for Abby *
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car saying
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This house In southern California was rated tops In Its class by
American Builder magazine Judges liked simplicity of exterior JAN PHYL Mr and Mrs Charles M. Reynolds and daughter, Frances recently moved
s and economical: use ot space Inside. Quality material. used Include here from Bethel Ohio and purchased this nice 2 bedroom retirement home located at 227
wind.resistant asphalt shingles. Fifth Street, Jan-Phyl Village formerly owned by Mr and Mrs. lmmett D. bviann. Mr. I

Reynolds is retired and Frances Is employed with State Farm Insurance Companj This home

10 liD was listed and sold through the office of Edna Watson Realtor by Helen Eagleson, Associate.

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NLW RESIDENTS Mr and Mrs V. E, Lowe have Just purchased this home at 535 irnII
Avenue L, sal:::. formerly owned by Mr and Mn James H. Llnch. Mr Lowe Is employed sans (Ml viers MM KtMO
I I.v. Florida Citrus Production Credit Assn and brings his family from Plant City The pro- I u.sv. L''J j. >Ii | New Bright] Note ill Decoration:
perty was Multiple Listed by W. II. Maclteynolds Cypress Gardens Real Estate and the transaction r,ore

was handled by Paul Smith of Town & Country Real Estate t LI sand

J ,oar IW |3L1> Earorr Floors of Oak in Dark Tones

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Dark toned oak (loon are for cleaning switched from one the natural hx'auty lit the was'"I
throwing new light on the home roam to another to give a new The range or possible r 01"I ,
taro decorating scene feeling and even changed from effects! is almost unlimited I. for
.- P': nsyar d They're helping to spark a season to season the stains can be mixed I to any
refreshingly new to Incidentally, 'he says, if you desired hue.
: J., ., l room planning in which bright, have had the good fortune to
sitar gay area and accent rugs, freeform inherit or otherwise acquire an
errs and novelty rugs are winning old Aubusson, Savonnerle
the favor of interior de- needlepoint, Gros Point or Oriental !- ForDependable
signers and homemakers alike. your rug can establish
Its a breakaway from what the theme of your decoration.
What makes a prize.winning The house is roofed with fire. some designers have termed You can take your color
house? rated asphalt shingles Heavy the monotony of endless milesof scheme from the design in the
Usually 1t'. not one "some weight asphalt shingles wear single-tone wall-to-wall rug," he explains. "and plan Plumbing
'. .. your fabric, furniture and room
\ thing extra but a marked supe carpUmg
longer and add and
texture colorto around it .
As arrangements
rlorlty in of the elements one decorating publication
that combine many the roof area puts it, The tired clicheof The best way to set off this Service. .
to make a house The layout of this house particularly wall-to-wall carpeting that kind of treasure is to lay it on
A good example of an award. Impressed the judges, according stretches as far as the eye can a dark, polished wood floor
winning house that rates high
I ". on to an article In American nee has become as passe as FIAOn in ('edorCoincident : CALL
number:of "
a basic points is one I feather dusters
'i' Builder 'Here is of with the trend
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built In California economy .
by George B.
l'l< ..in. IInrkcrmin.1. toward dark brown tones in
Bjorkland and D A Smith, and space without an inch gone to Dark, oak floors otler! a pleasIng oak observers note there is
designed by Earl Kaltenback, waste Activity areas are well background for the bold growing interest in treating the MACPlumbing f
AIA of Anaheim. defined and separate from the colors There Is no sacrifice of floors in appealing decorator
LAKEFRONT Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hunt have Just purchased this beautiful Lakefront Recently this three.bedroom, bedroom wing," the editors said wood beauty since the dark colors-various shades of blue
home on Lake Florence from Mr. and Mrs Jessie Slyder. The Hunts will be moving here soon two.bath house was chosen by The foyer conveniently opens to tones permit the Inimitable green and 1 red 1 for exampleThis
I from Coral Gables The transaction was handled by Wilma Hudson of Cypress Gardens Real American Builder magazine for the living room or the bedroom natural figure of the oak to has been given Impetus by Co.
Estate Inc. I 1 Appear prominently' And the the development or new e. Its Grand Award for :
houses un [ hallway. contrast. between the dark woodand louse stain which do n >t \h, :e 210 Sixth St. SW.gIQ1LF1uk .
der 1,250 square feet. : Many of the competing house the bright colored runs allows -
DOll Forget Trash Cans One of the features that ap designs omitted an outside entrance each element to stand out
pealed to the judges was the t to the kitchen accordingto They complement each other
I quiet simplicity of its exterior. I the article. In Kaltenback without competing .
When Stocking New House They liked the proportions, tasteful I design, however, an outside entrance Many of the rugs are dome -- -- -.::- .- _- -
tic. some are Imported from
decoration and careful
place. leads to the kitchen
Scandinavia. Iran France and
Anyone buying a new house Something as commonplace asa need for a trash can: You'll ment of windows and doors. I through the laundry area ether( countries Among the
for tho first time knows, or he trash can: or garbage can I. till need a reeeptaele for bottles domestic I favorites are mans .
soon will know, that there are a easily taken for granted but not cans, bones and other things! that braided I and hooked rug. and I'1
hundred and-one things you'II oo when you own your own won't go down the waste dispooer Let UL Label rugs with colorful motifs that
need that you didn't need in the home A good sturdy trash can: Guide You include musical, nautical! and -

apartment haule.Ev..rythlng I. virtually Indispensable Some of the things should other Jesigns
I t from snow shovels. homeowner will agree any look for when buying< a you new trash When Choosing Roof .Iris hugs''''...,,,' (

and lawn and mowers trash cnns to wheel And barrows the,',; And Just because a new home ran are ((1)) heavy galvanized nrw Among style in proponents!floor treatment of this is :
steel construction for
is : a long life
equipped with a food waste
last named is one of the mOAt Gxssf'a WIlliam Pahlmann one of the
important disposer doesn eliminate the and rust remittance, also to ke 'p floc rations best known interior EVERYTHING to Build Anything! All the New and I
the cans: from blowing over on
.I,"gners' Pointing out thatt11.h Better Materials What You Want Where
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windy day.; ((2)) clone: fitting<<
rover for protection' against Ik,, ana warm rugs and make inviting a room he and When You Want Itl! Equipped to Render a

disease and fire: ((3)) side ban .r's "oly' their increasing use has Complete Building Supply Service to Both Contract .
OPEN HOUSEat dies for easy carrying: and un been spurred by "the returning. Builder and Home-owner
loading. interest In bare wood floors
Heavy.duty galvanized steel He adds" that area rugs are Plywood Ponellna. For All Uses
cons otTer! maximum protection pro' t u II, "I 1 because they can be Aluminum, Awning I Joleuile Windows I Doers
Winter Haven't Newest Incorporated Development against rust and cor"ion. They I Incur j It save wear sent out Hardware All Kinds of Paints & Varnish
aino withstand rough handling
Reefing a Plywood
and will not crack in extremelycold
weather Sports minded furs for cam-
pus wear Include calfskins. -in FREE COUNTY-WIDE DELIVERY j
As for how many trash or
garbage cans: you'll need for your black palomino and natural I
shades BUILDING SUPPLY
new home, figure on a minimum They are smartly styled BAGWELL
In current campus favorite bat-
lOr two 30 gallon cans: if you 293.3139
tit jackets three quarter
have onCt'.a.w..k garbage pick
up servite. If you put news length coats and walking wear Rifle Range Road Winter Haven, Florida

IU ia|>ers and grass clippings into Jackets.
he[ garbage can, you'II probablyneed ;
1 a third one, or you will run
the risk of overloading the other In a cluster of five homes In Glendale, Calif., four houses with
.. \. two. wood roofing were gutted by fire, The fifth house upper left roofed
: ,J.fgsy;r '''I'. with fire'resUtant asphalt shingles, did not burn. Haven
," with Winter
1fiit I t HYiIISG COVERS Growing
\ : f You d have In many cities around the shingles Indicates approval basedon
in t to engage in
rigid tests for flame
d--,_ 1 the popular game of basing country you're on your own exposure
garbage can rovers" down thestreet" when" it comes to selecting" a material spread of flame and burning
for roofing home. brand conditions.
on windy larbaRI'.C'OlIf'I: your
lion dav, That because these communities Following the 1961 conflagra
Simply tie a string<< or rope still have not enacted fire tlon in Los Angeles in which:
I from the handle on the cover to control regulations specifying: much of the $24 million loss and
the side handle of the sled can approved roofing materials spread of the Are were attributedto

I KI. that even if the garbage coltor A dependable guide for the wood roof shingles, the National .
..- doesn replete the rover homeowner Is the Underwriters' Fire Protection Assocla ?
I r 1 back after emptying the contentsof Laboratories label that appearson lion found that in many states ;
tie ran. it won't take oft c :
of fire resistant roofing
,- .. come should I al a ing strong. gust <,f wind packages. The: UL label on asphalt there still covering are no fire-control roofing materials regulations ;

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., .... 1.w e listed as Montana. Idaho '-._.... _
r /{ : "I'I j : Wyoming. New Mexico, Okla
: I 1 homa and Hawaii, while twelve
J 71 1 ''j' 'j other states
.L;..' 'f are regarded as .
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California, Washington, Ore
"FOR YOUR RETIREMENT PLEASURE" 'I I I
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I_ Participation manao,_.... .! the YIII.... Texas and ConnecticutThe .d.J: _

V FEE SIMPLE owneraM 1*. LAMPSHADEST NFFA has drawn up a sug I "

I, On hlfh irtund. swept by brews free nearby lakes.Recr grated ordinance for municipal! .,...aaYluExpanding

V tlan ewer and rotro.tloaal kail ties that specifies approved roofing .
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NO RESPONSIBILITY Of OUTSIDE MAINTENANCE NO ,
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LAWNS TO MOW NO SHRUBIERY TO TRIM NO ,', I \I'. } 11 f a good idea! to includefalvanued a
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OUTSIDE PAINTING THE COOPERATIVE PLAN WHERE \ .1'' J. .
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LIVING IS A PLEASURE! I'.. ." I .. I"I I your camping supplies.You Serve You BetterAdams
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L1"1, I /! bathing and carrying water or
QUALITY BUILDING MATERIAL by ------- fire wood. Building Materials, Winter Haven's youngest build.

ing supply dealer, is expanding again in order to give you a

VILLA LUMBERWINTER H...... silk .....oc....... sheds la amy shape. andlisas finer and larger complete supply of building materials. In

HAVEN ta Wt art Math .. Mops. Hoary Mon, Mooa'l. three short years we have doubled our plant capacity, which

ladle aacnMtooa1 not ta nm Apse' stiff skaaos. la eofe1.IrUo includes: Complete custom millwork shop, large lumber

North Goto Villao.0 not bees toncelvea' as e spacloas residentwood .based sad "l..l..td' -.ft.. FINEST IN FAUCETS yard, trusses, and full lines of name brand building materials.We .
center lot she sister cltiio wka. Ilkat. ta be wltnl. ...III.I. .
for New Hornet and Old visit when need
invite to us a soon you anythingin
.... ....... Tan II like the tocatlen you pay
(leg distance af kls major ,, your lamp bale for expert shade fitting the of building materials.NO .

The tart Is ....1..1. 04 repair. way
ORDER TOO LARGE. NO ORDER TOO SMALL!

LOCATION:
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Directly Behind North Gate Shopping Center .., .,
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Will ( Bill) Mack, 72 Dies,









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fruit on the trees has rip. i
en and Is once again ready for City For

4HIA I' picking. .That's NEW, for this
season, and there are old familiar .
faces returning to the community *
I and that's OLD. Over 41 YearsWill
This week I had the occasionto

ilAitJdV visit the Winter Haven Hospital J. (Bill) Mack, Sr. 72, died
to call on a relative of this week at the Bartow County

mine. While there also stoppedIn h" Hospital.A .
on a very good friend b) the t r resident of this city since
( name of James Boyd. Boyd was 1923 he was well known In the
recuperating; from frost bitten .AJ community and throughout the
feet, a condition that he received entire city He attended yards
while In the armed forces tor some of the best families
In Japan. It might have been In Winter Haven.. His passingwas
just a coincidence but right shock
a to residentsof
UNITED HEART FUND drive gels under way In Florence Villa and SE Winter Haven across the hall from James was many
Winter Haven and notes
communities, Pictured above are the working bodies;who will en Mneer the fund raising program. his wife Corene, who had Just and calls have been received many
I I Pictured left to right aret Mesdame Clifford Turner Eula Lewis, sally Johnson, Deulah Lewis, delivered the Boyd family ababy w the by
I Chairman of the committee: Odessa tjwart, Lucille Durton, Deborah Mobley. Not shown in boy. family. expressing sympathy
photo Is Mrs Manella Plummer who will act ab the Co-Chairman
The of
his feet
soreness kept He was a member of the First
him from walking back and for. Baptist Church and was affiliated -
GRADE i 3D wards but you can believe hemade with the Masonic Temple In
Michael Williams3.4 several trips with the aid Florence Villa
Jewett Primary Advilder Linda Bell3,1 of a wheelchair.Congratulations t 1 He Is survived by daughter.
Linda Lacy -3.1 to the James Boyd family. = Mrs. Pauline Bethea of Tarpon

G L Smith, Instructor Miss Lurecla Ann Turner re :springs. and six sons, Willie
(;ADI: 3E turned home by Eastern Airlines Mack, Jr. and Douglas Mack of
Thomas James Maddox -3.4 after spending 11 months visiting Winter Haven, Maehand Mack,
Lists Honor RollThe Valerie Patri<'c Griffin -3.2 relatives In Washington, D.C. Bridgeport, Conn; Azale Mack
Raymond lee Cope -3.1 and New York City. She had the also of Bridgeport; Harold

P C. Perkins, Instructor opportunity to visit the World's Mack, Zion, 111.; and Eugene
faculty of Jewttl Primary Theola Perkins -3.2 GRADE: 4A Fair and other points Interest Mack of Miami. He Is alsosur

completed the grading Shirley Randolph -301'risnlla Kay Maria Walkt'r3.3 during her stay. vlved by a sister, Louise Rep
for the first six week Rudolph Lee Duhose has returned pard of Jacksonville. He bas
period, Reid 30WendaU'
REGIONAL
Valerie Maultsby 3.3 home after spending 20 DINNER Regional Scout group holds Open Door Dinner at the American
listing students that successfully Jones -3.0 Klitalxth McNcal -3.2 years In the Veterans (Hospital Legion Hall Representative from varlout institutions throughout Polk Counts were In attendanceto twenty nieces four grandchildren,
scored 3.0 or above Herman Howard -3.0 Loretta Groover -3.2 in Tuskegee, Ala. Everyone hear of the launching! of vast recruitment drive. nephews and a host of
other relatives and friends.
Roll.thereby making the Honor Ruler Franer -3.0 Chenita Courtney -3.1 wishes him a pleasant stay.Kev. . The family has been contacted .
Sheila Baxter -3.0 James Lee Darien31 Goldie Thompson and the
and the D. A. Boyd & Sons
GRADE 2ACunningham R. M. Gray, Instructor Nancy Murvto -3.1 Teenagers will render a program Funeral Home that the
\- Natalie 3. -3.4 GRADE: 3U K. King, instructor tonight at theChurchof God Regional Scout Parents Night SuccessAt majority of the reports family will be
Ragster Wilhemena A.3.3 and True Holiness
at
Cora Bridget -3.0 GRADE 4R 8 p.m. In Winter Haven for the Funeral.
,, Peikins. Petrma ft.3.2 Melanie Adams 38Lywll ('..tlrle Mollify 39 Dlshop Frank Jackson Is the pas All arrangements are being
N W Junes Instructor Boone -10 Janice Cornish -3.9 tor and the! program Is sponsor. Group MeetsThe handled by the D. A. Bold &
GRADE 2C Althea llobmaon -36Kthil Marilyn Walker ...37Frma ed by Sister Eloise Brooks. Jewett Sons Funeral Home with John
Helen IXlorls Moore32 \ Wells -44 J, Boyd 3.5 Miss Carolyn Williams, the PrimaryPeople Boyd directing All Inquiresmay
Joyce Ann Floyd -3.1 Eslello ('rOllI.)' -30 Otis Birdnong I U, daughter of Mr and Mrs. David Gulf Ridge Boy Scout be directed to the funeral
Gloria Jean Henry -3.1 K. P. Rotxraon, Instructor 31Brmila McGough, Is departing today to Council conducted a dinner and !home for complel.lnformatlon.
Willie Green were rushing cars
Brenda Wilson -3.1 r.itDK: 3C -3.5 return to Newark, N.J. alter briefing of the launching of a were parking and > We firmly believe that the Funeral services wHlbeconducted .
Grant spending a two week vacation passersbywere child is the center of Interest
expansion drive to
recruit ,
Brenda Shne Davis -3.0 boys this afternoon at 1 p.m
Dibra Ann Brown4.0 questioning, "what's
Annette Williams -3.4 with her In SW winter hap- Therefore we are
Monica Elise Reddick3.0 parents Into the national Hoy Scout trainIng soliciting the from the First Baptist Church
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Valarie J Walker -4.0 Ernest Blake -3.4 Haven Miss Williams\ Is a graduate pening cooperation of all parents In
program The Gulf Ridge with the Rev, C, Bridges, officiating
Bruce Watkins3.0 Carolyn Murdox'k4.0 John McGough -3.3 of Jewett High School Council engulfs seven other With the shift In point of view order to promote closer re-
Robert Wilson, Jr, -3.0 Jomphinc MrCIoutI4.0 E R Ellison Instructor The Winter Haven Recreation counties besides Polk County from the school as a trainer of lationships and better understanding -
K B Kennedy Instructor Verlene O Burton38 GRADE: 4C al Department Is sponsoring the to make up the regional district the Intellect to the school as a between the home and
GRADE IF Virginia Miller -3.2 Veronica Write Griffin -30Pellia Little League Rag-Tag football They Include: Hlllsboro Pasco, humane Institution comes many the school And if Wednesday
Deborah Miller -34 Maurein lleywotd3.2 Vanessa Harvey -35 Hams. There will be league Sumler, Citrus, Highland, Hardy changes. In routine school practlces. night's response is any Indication c
One of these which
Harvey Lawrence -3.0 Donald Feailur -3.1 1 Jeaner Mae Davis -34 games every Tuesday and Thur.. and Hernando Counties. to the attention to relates of what Is to be expected,
K J. Williams Instructor Reginald Owens -3.1 C'hrr'llA't! Graham3.4 day evenings. The teams are U S Senator SpessardL.llol. that has Individuality Jewett Primary Is destined for I

GRADE 3A Sabrina Mitchell3.0 (Chinetta Ann Johnson 3.1 composed of boys between the Und Is the over all general here, is the concerned of us great accomplishments' this
process -
of nine and 14. It Is reporting year.
Cassandra Morris -3.2 ages our chairman for the council Perry
I' S. Williams InstructorStarspangled P C I'l'l kin., Instructor to parents
duty as adults to take active Harvey Jr. acts as chairman
P' Interest In the activities\ of our for the Open Door committee During the post-planning
J 'Wr: :NI: iod of the 1963-64 school term,
.... J ... minors. So, whenever possible both In the Tampa and RidgeDivision Lake AlfredChurch
/ : l-:. ;. .. the Jewett
:.. .. ... :: .. Primary faculty
; ', .r .... .. .... try and come out to these games
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"J :::.: ,.. and show the kids that we are L E. Maultsby Is the district came up with the Idea of setting services were good r
) 'f !, truly behind them. chairman, A J. Goodman actsas aside a night for parents to meet at all of the churches In Lake I
J. The Polk County /Health De. vice chairman and James Be. with the individual teachers in Alfred last Sunday '
< 'I'I order to secure their children's I
)" \\, pertinent recently conducted a veil Is the district commissioner Many visitors were present
.I. '" ..,' youth conference on the hazardsof report cards. An overwhelming at Bethel Baptist Church. Among
f o-.+ .. .l\ smoking.Two representativesfrom Letters of Invitation were sent group of concerned parents met them were Misses Sharon !
<' ss/ ,. i, ,C every high school in the to the many schools throughoutPolk last Wednesday night at Jewett Jones, Dlanne Campbell and June
\ :t. _Ac county along with a faculty advisor County requesting partlcl- Primary and pledged their Plummer of Winter Haven and \

1.JI,1'.o::, .,' attended this conference.Mrs. patlon In this worthy cause.Many whole-hearted support to this members of Hurst Chapell AME
-:\ Hosabelle Blake, supervisor of the principals along with some phase of our school program. Church. You are always welcome s
V of Instructions, presidedover of the faculty attended to be Asa result !Home Room Moth at Bethel Baptist

I the meeting. Slides, were briefed as to how they may take er's Clubs were organised and WILL MACK I
scheduled. q
meetings were
shown to the group along with an active interest In this recruitment .
lectures by various health of- The faculty expressed Its op ANNOUNCEMENTThe
I fi Uls. program predation to the parents tor male chorus of
The Boy Scouts of America the First John McCloudIn
I The group sat at tables taking truly being one of the oldest and their fine spirit of cooperation. Baptist Church of Winter Haven,
ne*** that could, be passed on to well established programs ex. One teacher Indicated that she cordially Invites you to attend
their fellow students for the Istence for the betterment of passed out 28 out of 29 report and participate in their Sixth

purpose of encouraging School the young Americans has placed cards representing 93 per cent Anniversary Program. The pro. Korea
aged children not to smoke, special emphasis on the nee. attendance of parents from her tram will commence, at G to.
I t I Activities are beginning to In* esclty for the educators and par. particular class nil;'ht
) crease In thecommunity Fleas tests alike to spark that Interest

remember. to contact your local In the minds of our youth to With Air Force
reporter on all current events. participate In this wonderful pro. ETT
Call me. Cy 3-4331 4r
gram.
J ; May God smile upon each and The evening proved to be quitea rf C:AN, Korea-Airman nut
every one of you.r' success with the participants .a< Join I McCloud Jr., son of
J1 .'.. '" \ *' : "." !'.... receding a hearty nual and w ;c1ycJ Mr, "I i Mrs Fddle Thomas of

{ helpful Information for on 21\11:. 447 ,sw- N i I. Third St., Winter Ha.
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lag or bettering their own Coy has arrived for dut)
\ al ar AH Korea
Scout Troops ,
NEWS f ''II! IIlarl McCloud, Inventor)
\: savings plan ::9-ii tp:' Illat i pre/louaty served at

ADMITTED SATURDAY Let Us PrayLet F -. r. Warren AFB, Wy"
H: i A' squadron Is part of tho
Haiti Belle Lewis and Lorene t LII.Ur Forces which pro
I Moat of us think about the future in lit an tn bun Smintfi Htodt ON tktI'ayrall James. us pray. 0 Lord. five ':, .Urpower tordefenseofthe
: terms of paying off the mortgage, flax/ Arr, yon. work A lie as open minds to see ourselvesas ? a. ills allllllnth.J'ac1ftr
educating the children, providing a Iliad cods U"M. a ITS R*. \', retirement Income. sad you eec bay Arm m i.iltltmt.l. but thou are strong (Amen). :i radiate of Jewett High
But with the world the war It U I.? cute a few' liollart t pv far Or h yAm James Franklle Doule. Today we know that If we con., ". 'J' i he attended l Florida A*M
today, It's almost impossible to make ( ..,...,11' ft any ...k. Ao rA.rie teen our sins, God Is faithfulto \ M', His wile. Robbie, ill
plans for your own future without /or Ikr cereKr.Ivy ADMITTED SUNDAY Ms own promise and Just the .4 t t.i i.u, ,liter of Mrs Corrlm'
considering the future of your country suffering and agony of his son Ii III. i03 i ; W 2;,Che\ nne,
too. Sorio I ....J. for growth, Lisa Marie DouleADMITTtD who purchased the blessing to c kL i w

When you buy U. S. Savings Soriet N for .""...., Income.Somo MONDAY forgive. us us of from our sins all unrighteousness Tudense.

Bonds, your money takes on both .
t. (John I::31Tfcnl Stuart
jobs. It grows to build your financial aloe tft/itf/ t ...vf Irene C. Brexey they may receIve lrnerltMc Maguire
strength. Series f loWiYou
among them which are Ortho Vent
At the same time, It helps Uncle e get 13 H% more meaty DISMISSED MONDAY sanctified by faith that 1* In
1 Sam watch over our peace and when they maUreYon m*. CAM Jfcll)
can defer the Isi a arts- SHOESNetionally
security. Joseph W. Martin Jr. Wherefore he Is able alt.'
mutated lat,r*.t ..III the Bends
Why not give your savings dollarsthis art cashed MVC them to the uiierm(',t
double assignment? You'll bt e Yes can get year Money who ADMITTED TUESDAY that come solo Oed b> him see known
joining millions of American families yen nred U .tag he ever llveth to make in manufacturer of
11 who art Investing* In their country's 4 Your Bond are replaced free If John W.CuMtsche.ni, UUI Ms lercM4on for them. (Heb 7. : O"lify Shoes
future and you'll probably feel loci, dtitroyrd. or stolen Carwls and Sally lae1'1loRlU. *XI 1 r -
pretty good about it. caa noneMljr My that 1 thank 1. r as for men and"women
I ADMITTED THURSDAY God that rm eruelfled with -
Christ neverthless I yet Lift :; Contact Your

Keep freedom In your future with Fred C. Dalley. Shirley Jan Yet, not I, but Christ llveth in i", 1 Local Dealer
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U.S.SAVINGS BONDSr 1 have suffered the los PRETTY BABY Pert Tracy Trtnelld MartbU was the Nathaniel Balsom
DISMISSED THURSDAY of all things, my prayers are tinner' ,if nine nttn Contest that we Held last Sundst ai lilt Bethel
that I may win Chrtst. V lor. 'hlrd I : litter l'ier'! Piloted t" Rev A ,'ode| I 2110 Edwls! St., Nf.

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L I) Announcements I '12)) Help Wanted ((2)) Help Wanted I ((8.A) Business Property ((9)) Business Opportunity ((10)) Articles For Sale



Seemless Stockingsby |i SALES-TRAINEE W AST :P 'I'| I""" "I I. i It h ,.(iiml I LOCAL GUIDE rWMERI'IAI' 111'11.1'1', I.WN I
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Beauty Mist has immediate opening for out "',th Milm. ,knit' ) tnniiliai with :",Initll J3-.N ,n a can' .p..Inl car vJ VJII6i ; $1 ;'.,
,, ANp v..*h billProt.ct all Tiimiw IliriTunno 10,
side taleiman No experience in n i silt" m 1.11.tll"'. (''>mi>anIxniftt.. mrtud.gaol Your '"Ylltm.ntDon't day UM1U3MUUU nights, :r,4'
Decenary we train BENE. ((7) Ciunesi ....
>within, fnInsuran: ,', ( day ) Cpportunities A
: : Buy Blind
FITS --- --- --
INCLUDE: (1) Guaraji mi k Ail| > Flneli.iit. J6-TF I
short medium long teed VI r Wr"it to Inelaneeoll. ,Indiana CHMUIV dI1qrl.l at illnut':
,I Salary plua commission Soda rinds.. t" CADILLAC table and dkaln Tabl lann.( :::.+
plus car allowance; (2) Permanent Loans S MA1TA0I111.HLANn3K .I I*. ndu.lry and M awurMlof anllMU picture fmnvii <'Y 1-n9ne
((2-B) Up To $600 tSTt.R
I lap quality and
f OR WISE SHOPPERS! de0edaki'lty r.-
year-round employment; A IM-W riMHi'iitlaa. III aell ....\It .. Call. for reaarvaiiane tad.y -----

rites 8H to 11 I ((3)) Hospitalization and Pension i laundrira iMlurliM. Mayl'noil. T eria Inc. XIR BAIK:' M Ital oil tink nlI, I'
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Program Apply at 360 6th St., w M, .,;s1Cw'Hier;! .m'.ny I" bor-I SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME .kHH float to Hew TilHliin aim" Mil. A**. O. NW A> .-
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$100 SW Winter Haven call CV M :a>i.1 K ('. ntral AWni, t imalr 0 W.et/uM .'"11.
or PC R DAY rental' I., "
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43201 for Interview. I 'r .Ir mettles CL i Hhampmx-r with ,imviiif ,, .
2 Mtrtrtly conttdmUalI K.OVING STORAGE : year Wi' kaadlr In.tallatUMi. IIflooring Trawl, ..10121 IHui luatre John II..land IIware '
UPHOLSTERY; up." Itcld by If
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Open Saturday until 1 .m. I Auto 1.na ,it uMna.rAI'ART ;;
\ JuItkr.'A J JCOTTAGE --- --- : Olen '::-r:: by ara lalnwnt to ,.Harry Winter Fildman Para MM AmadrnHd
WANTED Home and operatede I Fla I-N"\ II 1 MONTH old Model t'31 Nit.,t M
li"rIot-.J wallr.Nand taMMied: IMt THKKE: IVORY HROTIIBRHMUVINl riNa.: t'1'HOtATKRYI.XPKRT : kiln ir DaVM. Bet Ka.ll I ir lit .
curb ilrl Apply In pereonVddy 1X'MI'ANYA KKTINIlHlNi.I I mld nee alter t WI' 7'i!. Jroth '-i
'r Brar Reitaurant; 1TM 4 th8t Comr In or call yournml peers ,,.-nta AI.I.IED I VAN UNK8Ixx >: I Jill'..KTK: : FABRK 8b.l: .UTION 1 I OR t"l1.l.n\t: : NW .K
SHOP IJ.TFhXPERlBliCBD .dull/fl./ .t: .al Long DlelanoaMmilw I vvoincs: IIOUTTERY SHOP BANG! BANG! I N w atailablr In thin area mulM
A Storage I.I Avr A 8K: CY 3 riO \:n,11 UK i (nan It. sum, candynils i I \ HKFItK.rRATOK: 1 in.."il,
DOMESTIC: LOIN 10 (all Collrit atVTeU'anhiHiiK. Day Nltht: i I I81Ocl HUNTING SEASON IS and .itlwr lam nrlllni |pit.- old IIMiotl Four e,>l'In, ,k hiMm .
960 Cypress Garden Road Off Unrlnw Air Bass31utI : It: | Ill,,. One Royal imriahl" Uiwriter "
3rd St & Ave A NW CY 4 3219(2CJ :
II i laHiiule Ml Oleri', ard
LP *a* arrvlce ON WITH NO LIMIT ON 1nr.stmMl W Pluir|
Open 9 A.M. 'til 7 P.M man. Ads 90 to 10 Vacation. medlI .. H....... 1 II.714 mtm nt. ......... JIII'XI ..-.11.. "VJ; "MiMl
-25- cat lift iMyranoa, re- I lELLVISlON REPAID BARGAINS IN THE I Rout 3 M.&70 invxalnwMhm.llint J', '.
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lunlty for advancement II qualified I olrut'l Fur IIII rvl.*. write, I*- t1pualhm. Ilr Illbl.cus :I6c upIlawsle
---- Call Lakeland WH3 for appolnimenl ( ) Col'ection Agency CLASSIFIED SECTION i-ludln* phel. numb lu AIM MM, 1 ill up Dt4w.6:
JJ-TF CALL JORDAN TV ,4 Nrw.S'hl.l00.. 00ap, All. yh.lodr of .hWr Cr. :
Your Choice .3<.rrrn Km loeum .Carport J13-W01 awl. .
--- .A"nln .Window foes For TV Traaalalur 'iO\'l1nAI\T TRII'UX: near .V A NCOLJKT Nl1RSFRYIII :
-- Dt'Iliuiurnt account di 'I Mid ( Repair' II
from Zelei unl .. pmiH-r follow.up n U I.Rt ken on .HtuAt.UMINUMIUU.1)IW'O11NT:: .. Oar Madia Hi.Fl. all ihooU curl unit has Z I I ((9-A) furniture Oak. M. Aubuhdab'
GIRLSPart thom We Invite all m4Mlonal Uuarentaed bedroom icrrwrd 13 :d
I and bualnoat aivounta. Beat rate..n 8AI KB IX INC I 4 M OKrRN: STAMPS i I II I porch -- ---'-- -
$895templttt town! Ix-t Dmimr Da itAn. .TFtiCSTHAI completely tarnished l. Illneia'I III FOHO Hek"' p truck S.IIP

..... Time Work 51 Evening ,I COLLECTION: BUREAU ,' A a Mh 8t, 8W IMJTOct IT I !form tale' III.IIUO MAKE: AN lOMTUCTK I : huuw lull nf new ,.. CY"t'd I.... ac. h.NI ,
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$1.50 & up hourly I of Winter Haven Ine .MTKOMtaTrulMaloMI HIIHIIHM II DEFER: and lurnltun.rvfrta-emliir tn<'lurtlnn it'(.lerlrta rwi laWn ram. ------ -- -

.., CY 4-Sill 3331417I : lamp i lr (CI "_,. Heed 1 leaa balms 10SlOWORTttl4.ack
Amorlco* Girl Phone 2938o IS Daily i Loralpd 'In Dinu.tlc Loan BldtfIK. TREE SERVICE .ttervlce ,I than I ,, ,'"h. Tainover itaymeM.' I DftURBOKN in In* fond <- >ndnl I

| CeldWovt 2326 at modonl..swanRADIO IMHI'AII llrllIHU MUIIINK: SHOP) t Hrl: >. sass' JHT an-k WAKKHOUlB. M-J
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....., GIrl Cold Wov ( .A tlR" hAIl OIN'n'qr, for Juner ((3)) Situation Wanted TRIMMING 111 TAHIlNi; CAVITY KK BKTTINti DKMOe: f-TP''' plus modern 1 bedroom t bath I 10x1 *. ilaa or 1I:1..lrlallt.: ..-
accountant Ivelr young collviie. TV.'. Olneltea Sofa Chair. 1 II
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CARLTON SOUTIIEAST graduate with -ulltlnlC majorSend (..WI'l I r'ln'ufR' ; : Farr Cellmate.l RKRVICP home loOt of piinnlblllllri. I.I Mea and New rebuiltfloor

BEAUTY SALON resume. to Hi,x AI4IW %, REPINED lady dr.irro work a I ('Y 1.MM. 14-Nov ItI I \'/. .EEL CHAIRS price of land. ((10)) Articles For Sale : 'Jmri' upWARmotmK
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home Trie),hone CY 3-T777 73.90 I m NW 19 :i
cV Milt Open Every CvenmBrtnglt't ,
WANTED Part-time waltreaa Ban I IRE EXTINGUISHER I Hlll'.n( clIAIHB for i.-i.t Ala (DIN IMU'MIK reduced lor
Marco Rntaurant Aii'ly' In pi'raun I lIu'I.I'1o' d. Cruiih.. Walkrra. Singer Slant-0-Matic lrrerrrrirrrrrear4x'1 2 MtPRINTERS
18-TF ((4)) Lost & Found I mrriKlre OI'M''r. Hi-nlal. LYI quit salt.well nlablUhrdhotting X "

---- HRK KXTINIiII$1tKR BAI,.M AVHhKVItr .411 in At* A, NW 14.Tr ( Silted return "500"

Jewelry WANTED Cocktail Hiltratt I : COJ HMhamlrm W7 Term can be nriiitlatrdUARKIN I
Must br neat a drlwMlebtp Ap-- :milt 8t. NW Wind, llavrn Fin W"lo1 Ilk, lopinulblr party In lake X ,
111 Third Street SWH STRAYED or >l"Irn :t hell.roOne VACUUM CLEANER $99110! .
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ply: 1-aMond. Steak A1Atunye :1KIIM7: )4 IIIto"Ir ..H' ,iiaymenl. on *lirr ManlOMatli t.
Block South of Pool Office : Cypriaw .toRd: Black, AIUJU* and Brahma I Ml) III''' mahliw -
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had COMMERCIINDUSTRY
Qailitv Watch __ ____ : 283-4577 of ,'r Sunday Reward : : .
PART a MHiVlOK: : fur ...
KI.bY'1! I shah.all I..M'Y etlti h all withoutattainment.
.Jewelry Repair r.lI// H o iver fclectruUM: : and all "thor Cut f.4fn-fc CompUt balnnr
WANTEDAdult i r.., likkup, d.'livery and earl I I 1141 n or 1100 p.r munlh
((5)[ ) House Trailers hlaha RK1 NOUtt VAt'I'I'M I .0 '".(4)I6Nf r J.t.QJ
17Oct. I I Hume Moth Mile Tear.Kiixrtl .I'K;: Hk.RMt.fc.: IhuaiAUTO FULLY GUARANTEEDPhone GnYUNMINTX
I carrier for well established ) Hi: WovenHMAKTT8 t'V I"4102 \

route. Ideal for retired or Trailer .llh and ollhout Cabana RNWKAVINISERVICE; 'N", I : SUM. KraKorinorlalrt 29M205 X .t

FACED WITH A DRINKING I semi-retired Call Bob ; IAKI; uhKR TKAILrR: I'ARKInquire :, 'i ftTO POPr: AYE <"Y 31'7.t.I.hll.II..d ,\ Eve: Ph.I I
person ai o f 11 l r f Telri Iron104 *-
y PROBLEM by McKown Circulation Manager -IM4 IB-No16 1149 II.Not U SERVICE H. II. MrKrynulili' ('Y :1IH05llrlrn ,, Out of T owners .} .J.bL'"

CV 12191 or after 8 p.m. Uhlllry (Y :11105Wllmi I Call Collect : iJJa rJ T s
Perhaps Alcoholic Anonymous 8KF TILE NEW I] wide DHrolleral I l '
CY 3 2414. Lake Sell Hwy I M. lludmn. ( Y 11522 ) ," 14III ,
Can Help l..rd'iirt.: ; : BUILDING REPAIRS .luDIKAulh : --
II Meat, 30TMOBILb .>rid ractory 8.roAr Oi Cline Tory tl :3 loll Lakeland, 683-1535 I :

Write to Post Office Box 1016 23.TF -- --- IIOMkiB- I 4 hryalpr .Valiant llymouth. cLanter 25. 2027 S I ,\

--- ISM Mud.-lu ID and II wide In call -- --- I \
or Call 2941447 For mall re|I..I. lob r> MX1YD KuHHUH MliTOIUII
TWO waltream wanted Air eon .toe a I]' n W.. 54 3tII Ut ua drive ired builder I ninth HI llW 19.1lul I I 11111:11: 'UtJlClI.1'01U A... A. NW. 2t4-II2 \

Weekly Meeting Open to the Salary tinned, Apply Haven after Club 4 Mullen you- pick to the your fart:'Zh.II urn* a ekuena 47 e w CY 3.7170SAYS an I i0- III Ka"I Waakara lFf.1 ".........,..,......,.....,....... ...."'A ,,.\;
af.ct'21 WANTED !IA" I I"ud>lloa I MIMIi.nt.l
Public Tuesday, 1:15 p.m. tow a 13 tiI6 lot fkwr plane torhooee -- -- fttllr |tiaraj4a 4 TanMI
from : IM
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CYI'RkJW OARDBN; MOBILE On bulMlna new II"...... AI.Mo' DAMPING TRAILERS ambit' 'ou* man w. a I Fn>m IJaH and Of JOUtUtmAl
Polk County Health Building WAITRK88 wanted Neat and dapendable PARK AND TRAILER BALM repair work gualilnd "baud l< .. I wants t. b. a I..p."t I I MANCU Hlt.I.. AtfeadIh. ,
27-TF Apiily at Sundown Raa CY 3.4015 |I Ki. ....-. 4011,1, M.Ihanl, Pour whoa. n. m-llli I 4t11YVIrdV I.THAWBKRJiy mU Klanta aSulh ::t n Old Thor, Wi l lrUa4 ,::.1'
laurant bttwern Iron: p.m. .nd I Ml '* M.Ir* kat of Cyureea Dardrneam :11I.11II2 I paid train o in aervite IIIen lerUavei 4, UM. .ad M". .01211J ore1JIU
p.m. I UO m and 11 : m 111't' MereKana and aetee I i'
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Wlt- I The POI Ou Cempenyautiitn rtllI"- I I
-- } h. a ..".," f.f..ht, I i RHOMB of HwlMdi** -- -- --
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LAMPER; fef leaia .n the Cr ranPaol reCrl..ralur fcereoI VBBP M wlni.machine Irainnwhit. ,
FOR: WANTED White lady aa short order ([5-A) Moving & Storage Painting Papering ; pro Garden Nnail near the Take aver parmenl* |T ..t pa' "'lev T MN eVwIiwHh :. l' iRMMy. '
new Plata, SMpplne Clots ,hula lake all or MetWARMIOIIIK 46 M NW .
rook Cy
Apply In
pereun"
lanes M4 Cypreai I RepairingI and ....,,,..., Wo'., Hna ; : FUBNTTimiC. M 1MbMl I I'N'
1. WHITER BRIGHTER Ii.rdanoaRdda 2MB IMTHKIAI: MOVING A.roRA17KPr.mpl IB.T TILE: Mist I I I ...IoI."t''.. area W,U rot, ,retema NW IMI
Isle..rvgr, tp..I. aeaMal lei stock end UIFD: eet "I W''..rid Bimk in 1
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CLOTHES efflrlent I I J M. <'oY 'lu.hl .O'k-J KUIKIUA WHO!.MAI: .K. 1'IH'I IIllatrndalr .. .""'..."0. Inlereiiear Caller cundllk all I M4M allot ''I l
all Call 1 ) ALUMINUM'
UlKD
our in I si.swrspsrphb
> I".n" .. blvd AilIU: .. I D. f Oi ,., P O.
:: write 81 II';
tn.i i I h nnd
( Y 3-4IKS r.r eetlmaleaAiieiit. slut lui in | a M Me eMhi 51 pin
2. SPARKLING GLASSWARE ANYONE CAN MAKE A for Allan Van IdsInc nob l I I'h"i.. il. I kMi, II'1 1 41 hHIM. I411'! Usa .... Pntne, Itl lt.l, i 'In :JU plat. 00. plate Mr eev*.
& SILVER earring all r.u mate LTV I ,.'I Jm I I'h.111..*. 17 TF I Winter H.v.n.WFATHER'S I I'en lui i,lal.i III' each aver HOLY FOAM Ml BH :nHHINll
"FLYING TACKLE"BY JOHNSON AMP TRAM.UU I'lai llr arh .....I..t for _1"1 YOUR PATTtltN: Wi ,
So SOFT LUSTROUS IUIR awlI. I C.....i ul pi i a I4M ui i,..in, nod (arm ne. Re-roof CUT Wllll.R YOU WAIT I I' .,V
USING THE ((6)) Special Services PAINTING I Hank Rate rinamiii a* I I"w a* !*> COOLING 10 hid I h..UM with them uae Dl.nlnu I'RIt'1: FORDB' TRIM Bllor. 'aArt. '
I munlh lUaialn ) ur pailn.nl' h. "" ?II hen hiill.lln At the R NW I'Y Mill .OJ I IVHI
4. CLEANER SMOOTHER : trleMlaJOHNaUN ; L..I'hi'.y IINIi.171 led It. '
I roll to your
SKIN CLASSIFIED ADS I I ,'IIAKI..; ,nluauN: APPI.IANI'IUI Ifw) DOWN A LIT BUT SW tTFI ''Mli .K BTAMP F 'I.rn, d.nkN..in.ul i
I ('ARIENTbR: : work Roiling Remodrllnv I eliinaliiK. II 1 1i
I 11741 Uke Ui-I 1'71-11.
PhanI 1411n I .
( abliwt for. WANT AD RESULTS ARE ' alo .11". ,itami .
Repair HI-
., 23/AI JJ
:NEEDED\ IMMEDIATELY .. ,,, .II"a'
W..rII I II "
CALL mica lop|. All I"'wrr 10..1. 4 art >>Tr I .rat : I I II STILL "RED HOT" l 1.,1.I It.. .1 I 1/.b.rl J Pu:I h MM In-n. i Y : ii : 111 Av
Experienced General Motors -- --- MOTORCYCLESYAMAHA Illackwll"r It-Tr A NW U

Mechanic Good Working Con 1 II
MARINE SUPPLIES
C.Jf. CUSTOM MADE DRAPM ANDAI.TIIIUTIOIliI
i ditions, fringe benefits, hoipitalization : : Blend etitohad I I . . . . .

J4Lifi See Gil Hall or Steve modern equipment. 3hlo Hirkory, 4 Tllll'MHH, "Y"I.I P.M . . . .
NW CY 1-7_ lira EMna BrMaeer Martnr Acteea rtra IXMMC: OUT I I .tit alerting sod '(" rt. mod'I.1.I.
Holmi At 4N., 1 41)* Dlr<.""' ,,n all iu Coop Dow:
---- -- -- - acreaavrlee whllr thry lal t-l p. Dallr: All Day alurdac
Soft
Water Service
OIL HILL BUCK I FLORIDA HOI.WALK I.AKHLANI i'vrt.It: COml Checkerboard
Winter Havea ranlf.Ca.. DIBTRIHl'TOKM INCHIT 1-NM W CV 113334Non I II Specials
FREE ANALYSIS FOR ALL 301 6lh st., NW tY -.144 All type* : I Havendal' Ulvd 3MTWWJ7TF I I'' .;

HELL WATER USERS 1J-TF: RaoMeMM(Orarttactlatoctlaii ..NIIIoad "

Dn. M4%. CY 414Winter SAW SHARPENING '
PHONE 2M.25M EXPERIENCED: curb Slrl Jack Mot and b. FIX-IT SHOP I at PREMIER MOTORS INC. .
11 Apply In peraon ---- ----
Betty 21* I a
.2. ---- Haven floor barf ac I IK Co nowIh.ar.. T'.-I. -lar|1" i" I .8
WHITt: 1.01) for church nurarrywork 6r4hct1"nteerssl.d I IotiSk ...o. "n Inter. .,Lain ,am day nmiwhl in I k.I..o.i /a a
Sunder and .I-lag m'also. L A MOUTt Inn, I" nul"t.n Irvlrw hl.nk.lIr I, 1,1.11kIi: fl"W'I I :: ; \I H I Ittl CONtiNiNfAlFuiy ifst FORD STATION Mil role
(I.A) Instructions ( l'all _14-1144 22 x1 314 I Flrrt. II PhiHw ry 4-Htl la k. ra. uum. ,1'.10. ItillhiFn HAW A. HUtVli; """1' UK. II l.."*..e' ", WAGON ll*. WAGON .
: ( -- ---- -- 001 II ""..,1' ""rnrr 141 h and l.. NW K./1 K..ii. "n,.. ",.n". '. AI A. Cud. Aul T,.... lI.d$2695 /
: In.uod back: of Knar-Korat-r I.,", Inw..l' )'bon. 191 Jill .
Hmn" :IN JIM ai-No*. U I' OJ,,,, II *a 4 1
IBM. (COI.VIN 1 NURKRY will keep S'd'$47iSlon. $S345 -

KEY PUNCH SERVICEMANGood 'Y..ur children while you work W/----- 11IIII------.1 .
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opportunity with! I -------1 J.

Learn In 'leading Pelt Control Or. IMO. IJOU.K 4 .!'H.r ...l.n H II J. mi .
I bar Week School In ganitation. Pr.vieui rout (boA) Animals & Supplies I lire. Onr .._".. r... I Ii. ill 1rondltloai ((8)) Automotive I Iul imroio 1t57 CHEVROLET 2-DH. HT CONTI.NINTALS .
""'., ITA WAGON
I n FR 1 14324 m and H..t.r..
Ii.Radio Folly IulppKI. .
but Ai C.n4.
xp.ri.nc h.lpful. not Is
Mlht 14 Wetk School In Applicant with MALE: HOXCR: Mud Service -- I1054 VAIIANT Matk Wa..* a Awl.. Trans '../.,. Auto. Trans, Clean $ 8 AI C..d. LI.. n.w, .

n.e.itary r0i'i.tere4 fawn and elite -- / J.1oultt-h Awlp.y and H..I.,. 414 pin 7 J $2995 .
LAKELAND BCSI.NESS nut .pp aranct, initiative <'Y i-tMl NTFMIMIB moat 12013 5000 '
work :. __ ___ : $795 .
INSTITUTE LNC. and willingness to 1,11 .
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401 w Feachtrea, on Lake Wire can advane within our PINK ruublK: SALON 2.1151 MERCURY 4.DR. SEDANS
Lakeland Florida Complete prufeaMoajal araatnmc MM POOL V-I. moil toe Hood forland Old .

JlU It orqannation Good Inetn- AKC .Toy. for puppiec appolntmenl avallaM{ .riMMiJWIT le-Tr aanttaaWMM FKJ1l It I Y.. W,I,. .,...r OWII D..I I., I ITII'KDIIKK t Tram A./., eae1 P S Heeler Au You e Cb". $695 .
a-Nov I tins p a y arr ng.m.nh IM TkeNeki. Lake Ahead .a
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LEARN cloy Broad. bcn.f program." Ag.of .21.rn- CHILD American ixav...t,..1.arhool Bred 1 OeMlac exalted I' tf1&4 CHEVROLET BELAIR 4 ) '1TI''C() () I 1H1 CHCVROLIT 4-DR. HT -

baulifullyInln.d( Call lakeland /PSKIIOM0T09: T.............. n 1 S ,......bl. It*J and .
SHORTHAND IS Only applicant who ML HW 10-M '....." .'. or0," and now a1MnI. DR VI, Full Power Tar Heeler Air Cal Cea.,......1 $ 1695| /

((8pM4.rlU.) can withstand thorough I I. I J ..... I" Itla It IWI lacy Air I Customer t :r K c.. litr1H2 duo .
-In_ invost g.tion n.ad apply I rY "' ::11I. 1.TP .
I Wee. la ((7)) To Buy or Trade I IMI TEMPEtT 4 DR, WAGON: Appraisal Card MONIA COUP t\AQC\ -

Day SchoolLAKELAND For "AppoirUrisnl Folly Egwlpptd bit Air -,. ,.... R<4,. eoe1 He *.' 9 1 /OlUJVi .

II W..... I. Telephone CY 4-3201 WK: BUY owl apvliancea and furnlture Cofid.JW I MtMIIR ....OTOIS'A. .

Night $cbad and we eeU u4 apoliaaeMand Owner Must STOCK NUMIUMT FOOD FASTIACK 2-DR, HT H
rvmltun BMOOKB APP1JANCE CHEVROLET WAGON 4
0.4.sd Haler Au Caeel UBJ
BUSINESS CAR TIAR O/1OC
L LNC ...... Mvd 10 riRNITt.'RE 3MI I Hav a-TF Sell DR. ( C,L, AMU. Traaf 1 P S P l Reel' dee* Only I $ YO .
INSTITUTE START AT ONCEEarn Rill Eilra Chan MALI I MOOILfuel 1 lb. ,I left
till W PeacMra* eel Lake WinLakelaad.
FJertiaMU : WANTED to"' anwn aul'>matkeUnrtr
*-MM eye pnforaMy molor 63V2 Fastback IIItIO FORD FAIRLAKC 5110" lrc'1'IU |. \H4 OLDS DYNAMIC 2-DR. SlOAN ._.

J-Na. 9 big money iupplyiiij Avon awns>driven br Im rah not. asd....ntlal p.roMrrm Movie In CALLAXIE 900RiH. 4 DR A..... TraM RAIL MY A'MAISAl --- Re %. eaW Healar. Awls bass _
W. Vain $2950
Chrtetmii GrfU you ... ft I0000e l.el' ....
have H efcerhee) ky ,. ne.d pleXorvpttlr Eat,. CWan. Of UI CAl i "
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to reprtMDt au tVty Jay Dualap Urn --
A-Mil. Mev.nuef J-TF W/W.lli, 9,000 (MfMRIreCI )1961 CHEVROLET GREENIRIIR *mH
LAST CLASS OF THE YEAR
WRITE TO BOX IM OR .ctu.l mil.i. lib .how. Floyd Uobrrts Will fAT I STATION WAGON
WANT TO BUY tlOQC
forPROSPECTIVE Freearr.parM>
CALL tU-4\J1 LAKELAND mwinMea 310 ... Ala.. .,.... room ....w.Best. YOU WRITE YOUR OWN DEALI) I R. ti. and Heale> Clean 1 1O
BROKERS t.kt air i...X ieir wim ........ Motors j|

A SALESMEN 2117I caaarny mk lma i I.rt"I. Offer SOW,, TURN YOUR ArMAISAJ. CAON' TO
- --- --- M.H 11 City 4BMI74 Mown ( V.U 1''.., .. )./.." Deukr I ANT O* THI HfVfT AtHMfN AT fllMIMMOTORI W eave. HH
I I M 3U1VWAJITEb
Beginning Over 52.225 I ni ua '1.. sw tT *4ii HI WIU II MAD TO Hllrou B
1N: P.M. MONDAY NOV. 2 I LARGE HOME STUDY TO ivy I ,'__relal'I &*T IMI CAR o* YOUR CHOKI AT 64 COMETS
eaa. Map fryer ee4. Vat0n.rS Con CY 3-7141 .00 VOl0 OWN fRiciRIMIMKR .
helctx Cal 21.31. rill
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AtHAVEN SCHOOL
eft., SCO: I

HOTEL: I IBM FOM1 (Mkaule la* ...*>w VIKiaaellr .. WI W l I.., NOT II jNOIR\OiO Can Buy at a Steal e

LICENSED 4 GUARANTEED Reeds pttm0ft Rfpreanriatne (t) Automotive : I _All Fi Map We SO RfA" ,riAlll '/>PR WI. || Rif if,> Save $$ -
kn thta ara to dele far .oy ... .

Dashed qatakftH *.*.. Meet be' Iw CNHY0DIXT Iron NO DOWN .
PADGETT Irtarwlar- we 5K. ::: I -- - SHOP Winter Hurn BUY Winter Haven BOOST Winter Haven 8.
bond 1 1able.
tt *
Beth
ale vj ea4 'w. uA. 1191 W lass PAYMENT I IParer 10/OALAKII Wi d r boi'l' h
rEAl: ESTATE SCHOOL rdMic .Md week Ba>- y' we/0 ,..... .... fNk141 : 41. .n.",. I'm.-- W. S
orm7KM I. 1.0 -., dll. 1.54 4.. .

PBMW tHeel ... Capable l.of rr onr fMnMttyprmMM L t ralrommaatoa se I Ialsa web ::: =..Ie'I I .aa.lhbl MaaA enMlr sad -$144 m/-Ow.. I'. 1 1.trLL1w'I } INC.

2J-2 and haw RiM t LA" IWI kt ..al.rn. .... ....... M lac asw1 .... wa as 0 A. II 1ft ..hP. ; I
.. -awn e..ot ...__ O..r' rail. no .all lah.laad sell.. -$- .iA| HeMe* All t
$14AOeN105Wrrle 'l 'Y.I S. "?
MA in "T" 0" wig RI'Sj mae eao ara an r'x

/ E I I' EF T'I! JuIAI PARE Bal A 14M pert hi.f. .. .. ,. ,
.k .A. jo c.r .oj .. .. ''?!.. 1..i ......l..l T..n...". I rI- I VHII..T 1 k. .
M.A. .t' r yt I .I, A E 11"A,..c' . ." tit'" r Ike. .... ... .. -., ..-t,. ... RAH V. ......,....I. -I., 'M 4 I A' .
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((10)) Articles For Sale ( I H-AForRent) Unf. ((12)) For Rent Furn. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale 113)) Real Estate For Sale I k '13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale! I ((13)) Real Estate For Sal.IT'S .



Used Appliance A'TRTIVI': J.b Him,' f urn,tun' 8emrati.. garagi A 1 IINP'IIRNIIIII..U SUn. DOWN; tIll< 00 month. IH4lh I .' '' .11'' J"" ,II : ..".", .. "aal. Will. -,,"-"d I''" I t'.i- I It <;,Id Medal
Clearance' Ijuye r,'rm'r lot Bcreeni-rt "ponhrrlokng $8018 S IT,. Si NW I 111ft I i'(II I I Iron"... THANKSGIVING & .1. .j I 10, ''tr '" lt'at.. I 11./1, Itt,,.. 1 Iu.. btdmcmii par
",\' garden and fruit tree L18U.... Want..dATKINS lint. .K nun' I 1' *. MCI'"ml'llr CHRISTMAS Of) THEM ALL I' 1 Ii ." I 10,i.e,10t', ..l'h.'flwt I 111r ",i. il h..r< i',ntral air r.nditnn !
$56 00 monthly I,ene .irr. Riallor RFAI K8TATK ,ik,'r C'V :I-J649: ::11\-:11: 1, 'I ... ,u It .tic.'In'"'rat.>r. dint ins heal wall.I'.-wall i'an*'t in
COIDSPOT REFRIGERATOR l...ke Alfred 20M.VBEDROOM CY tiltS Put ., I ''I I*,ill I mrs "adlnlnlnii lurK' II It DR 2 dec..rat"r ntyleltil .
II Cu. Ft. $49.95 - ------ 28.(M. MHOUBh your family In a new home 11 I r'rn Thi-r.. in c',mvenlentri ..d bathi with built-In bath aralei Tired .if dull t*..-,ha|>ed horn.. Intenal ..
unfurnlahed houaeATHERTON MAJOR REALTY this fall for the Best Buy. of :,, i....m th. barkyanl I Inc Fully .'qii lii-'d bulll In kitchen Inc ..d In imaginative tropical, d.
: RBAITY M3 W URNI8HBD ihem All ...1 i ....t I, fenc,'d Many trtmOwni !ud ng illnhwanher bl..h ,cabinet .Inn thai brin,. ..oMoow In-
WESTINGHOUSE REFR1GERATOR Central CY.4224 12-TF OR UNFURNU8HBDni'avmabtp : HM III'U"'MTMIIIITIlAut .i. In .bum. 'Ing a n w home galore. Intercom. merrury llchtw lde" '*
--- --- ; IKOKHC mown for xlllnx; A vry good buy .trhi-a. 2-car garsgt.torsge
MOO .
t Cu. Ft $ knoll nimble location
LARflE: clean unfurnlahed IN :
screened
I patIo
laundry room '
and ... furnlahed apartment CI..oppl'J.! town Pet. owner.rgt (.KM-ICAI. ( ONTKMTOIIIMIMALII K.!.. *AIKRe lItel ,... A 5nr lovely yard. quiet neighborhood You will enjoy Into dl.UncUv.I.AKEJl'RONT -

WESTINGHOUSE FREEZER Cloae.In_ ..-.4411. _. 21-28 A v.1.. 111-1415 Heal Riitate : I"Y 3 t67; Nv.'o Whanst.. chain 'i '' home with a mutnlflcent I.
fra..k 'll'RII-=
2001 :
-- -- "HOMESLOTS '
ther A REAl I, Howard oncof
REFG 16 Cu. Ft. Frostfree Mortgage Brok.r view of Lake
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Nice
Something 3610 Havendale Blvd. Terra Firma Real Estate: (-ill OWNER 2M8M2 or ...... the fine built home In this
Take payments or purchase Bedroom ,duple, Screened porch.Slovr 2228
up and furninhedNice COO Cypress Gardens Road .area -- charming_ FlorIda room ,;::
for $375. Regular $685 'local Ion refrigerator- NW excellent ((13)) Rel 1 Estate For Sd ) Mldwny and betweon Winter Haven Anhiirndal 3 b-droom.' 2 balsa rutty
I'hone 2944707 --- - nuUldV
covered patiof
.. RENTALS carpeted. -
Value. Looks like new dltkm 1 CY 2-ItW -
that all Important, entertaining
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LAKF rillKKT: SKTAIHtSDedrooma 293-2178 GROVES OCTOBER PEOPLE romplet air conditioned and

WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT 2 DROOM maaonry houae. Five 1 bathe. .amil> roi m. I 1 Bedrwm heated. -. outstanding landncaped
$49.95 trW range and refrigerator $60 double Karate, central heat and I IY OWN Ell FurnlHhnd l-bedroom ARE HUNTING FOR yard unlqui' opportunity to pur-
TOWN COUNTRY RbAL air, rarpet drauea, cllnliwajih" WW15th $100.00 DOWN See HI or just Call CY 3 9959 home Aluminum n.dln, on CBI chaw. w<'II below mark' value -

LEONARD II Cu. Ft. ESTATE CY 2-1141 28-27 81, NK 263-0157. :nOQcl t 30 I lArge fenced lot Ctrporte Utlll GOOD USED HEATING 132 110O 00 rail fir appointmentA
NO CLOSING COST ty building Air conditioner Cell

Refg . . $34.95 2 BEDROOM central air conditioned l-MIMt Menlh BILL GARNERIt heat Sprinkler .....II Very rosa. EQUIPMENT REAL

houM. Buulhaaat aecllon $1011 2303:> !2tS Sh, NW Imladee Ti... lai EALTORCharlie ablf MM Ave I NW Near. Went I
wood arhool. 1 Nov. 1 I
WESTINGHOUSE 9 CU fit TOWN COUNTRY RKAIKBTATE 23- BARGAIN !

Rer,. . $49.95KFLV1NATOR CY 2-1141- .28-27/ SPACIOUS HOME IN fields, Assoc. 1-- -- --- -
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--- ---- -- 602 6th St, NW $14.SOD. Slid 00 month J-Bedroom. The locatl In K..... lOt N Lakr

9 cu ftRefg LAKEFRONT For the particular CHOICE LOCATIONPrice :2-BEDROOM houee and ImdrWMn DREAM HOMC: dinIng rotm, paneled Florida filbert Dr nurroundfd by nicerealdentlal
cloned In wood SchoolV
room bedroom
tenant Private gungr home t:
. . . $39.95 dlacrlmlnatlnR house. tloo down 11Io month 2531 (- J-llOl. 2221niiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimimiiiiiiiim FLRN18HED .
beach Central heat and air condltlonlna reduced fr ,m f IS.bio to If FOR FAMILY: wood floor all cimpletely
good credl CY NUll I'tM'I'MORTIJAOE ---- -- -
;. Eat,. Urge living room 116 /MM into ft "r llv n. area. 1-Hr CORP OK WDfl Ilk MOVED TO BUN ARES! I matt .amount of cash
FRIGIDAIRE 8 cu. ft. with fireplace.R'Etd TOWNS 1 Illid lmlh. lame K K. with tllnlliHiii HAVEN' IfI'T" Yen! Another family nan moved tobeuJtful down t"tal prlr of a6450 00

Rer,. . . . . $49.95 COUNTRY BBTAT CY LR 32 x 30 with fireplace. I BUN ACRK8 We have. Colonial story and half. Outstanding '
:152'(12) /
2 1141. : kitchen pallo. laundry room. work Ihilr trade-in houne. for .. .. 2-bed. I value being offered at 8 UNITS !
oho1| 3 cur Karati. llfi time roufaccen. '''011"lth carport utility new
WESTINGHOUSE 12 Cu. ftRefg lrrro. lake .. lot 130 x 141 ..h:>.n tub! fence around roperty builder cost. Large foyer, formal | Leas Option |
Frostfree $79.95 ( ) For Rent, Furn.ON Iditil 'du,'ritlo I :tfl.taltathon, : AC.I7lto Gold MetTa'LcnModel : $10000 down and take up payment living room and dining Price $ 4<))000 will considera
bedroom
Call Southeast low down payment S one
CV 3-9793 Ito- .-'I t muM thin | | .
.
RANGES low 11:8.11.:: I-T" Homes. OA.<4 WINTERS:; *:-:llaJ.C.II. I room. Large family room with apartmenta for ftOOO we. kl

: CHAIN OF AKB8 .- 1 :2 I or brick floor and fireplace Cherry E Lovely family home now EE l i31 each -upkeep' moat are and FTRMSHrDlittle maintenance
"
IOnR'S' DRVAN. 29f.1218
Bedroom houM-keepln I'olla" In Cypress Gardens area now panelling. Eat.in.Kitchen aoned for com
WESTINGHOUSE 40" OUR IJOHB YOUR lAIN 22.28 I available on lease option EE ample. parking r
RANGE $49.95 AIM loom:'' Mmlhlv woiklyraea fnk u.' payment on a well local for sale Only three of these I -- with built in appliances Four bed EE ..... u.e on bu y highway for
SIF.RRACOURT basis. Three large
Beach KlnhlnK .. 100 focI lot
-
value NO X
i d 3-twdruoun. l D h toe in IjikrAlfred It'It. One 3-Bedroom Model One JUST COMPLhTh.D New 3-bed" 1- -
MOTH hop 17 North. Pay rn rnlii I l-n. than I.1 IM room retirement home Cloae Inat huge bedroom., patio with barbeque : rooms, two tile bath. Florida = dnn't ml. this opportunly --

WESTINGHOUSE 40" 27 TFrURNlSIICD per month FR 2 1431: 11.1'1" 11 Bedroom model and the trl'j' ..4 Ave F Boutheant( Living Oversized garage with E large kitchenE = todajPAII'
$76.95 -- -- dull' and Morlda room. '12.000.n room
RANGE level which has been used
I and and office. Situated .
CottKge room. ,. Builder ey I workshop with built in oven range, EE : IS FOR TRADES
bath 408 6th 81.. SE. CY 3-2'/1111./ 843M33J6 EX'llAlGORS
office.
an : on lot with oak trees In exclu Editioners REALTORS
PHILCO 40" RANGE $69.95 20TFFURNISHBD and dishwasher. Air con
LAKKFRON; HOME five Built in stereo EE
neighborhood.
-- -- -- --
OR UNFtJRN$6IIICDEIp'llpNCIll5 All these beautiful homes are MIVVLY PAt""iU> 3 BK :2 bath = and draperies

HOTPOINT 40" RANGE $59.95 .. and I'/i BEDROOMS located in Garden Grove, Just I C 11 home Double carport iiorch throughout antique brick included. Immediate oc EE
Nice larlle1')1\ mm CM 3..tx.droom 2.ba. i Florida Vacaum yitem tenred yard, Doi front with colonial columns.
month. E
CROSLEY 40" RANGE $39.95 CVnvrnlently located In Old PortalBilllInK room I. It. kitchen and 42n"ttr half mile east of Cypreu Gardens rob!e 8 E. location near ties ahiip- cupancy. $ISO per ATHERTONREALTY
: in | Canter. walk. nil dletanre ALLJrhoola This is one of Winter Haven 5 For details and to see callGERTRUDE EE
CY
Call CY MWM or null! In electric oven and milfaceunltn Open Every day or call Owner trannferred lx w3.WH
>
WASHERS: Hit. 8 TF Double carporti- (" ntral' air 293 2517 or 293.9338 or 2933528. i Payment Annume Marta show places, Call to see it now EE
--- --- -- conditioning and heating 'UcatedIn BRYAN
"a- J3IU Bcventh Bt 8b 2919011 o o oSAVE
NlceCYPRKflr BE MYtlim : John G. Wood Associates CO.MS .
Like Simethlng on Lake Blulw Jiwtoulnlde and S1TF E
MAYTAG WRINGER Days CY 31141
) OARDKN8APARTMrNTS city llmltji Day CY S-S130 Inc. .
22 28
WASHER . . $59.95 : Nlchl. A. .erkind 1'? S6I11 Sill lIIlIlIIIllllIlllu555IIllIIII5IIlI5l5rYou're $7,000 = Evenings CY 3.0550 =
tY 41943Modirn 2S-26 W. ('",lr.1 Ate
WHIRLPOOL WASHER 1-"droom" furnlHhed .apart I I Invited Lenin (.rare Athertol. ( V 4-1255
REPO menl Air conIIUon.d., Fxcelli'nt RI I".or.da:irtKMhNT. h"miJ'Itdrmm: | A lovely ultra modern home TOWN COUNTRY! I John A. R....... A.....,. CY M Wl
dinlnic IHIKOIv
2 Speed. 2 Cycle. Excellent ItIC'.Uon. ram room with screened patios Inside the f, (Nile S.a.) f
hard
11,1 room with fireplace| House
1 Open | I
Condo Original Price $249 .1 TFI 1964 MODELS: MUST octal r floora. tile bath r.m..d..If'd I house. Tastefully landscaped i2/7M i oiiaX ij11i'fjn) fi'lW@m1 .2110 '

Sale Price . . $100 1 I I It 2 Derironm. Apartment, for GO SAVE UP TO kilrh-'In n with oven new and bIrch moOr cablnetnUulll Central E Today-2:00 to S:30: p.m. = Lights reflect throughout shrubsIn I =( 3.11411i1 lU.BciUIiiJUl) --

mrtlciilnr jwopieItOWKN | l nl t hoat. dorm Into each rixm 8e|'- E znu-sth Terrace. SE E patios at night. Bath has --
I.oDla
WESTINGHOUSE DRYER : MOTORllwy $1,03000 irate ga-a3e Drive by 824 AcV. I All built in appliancci -I E 2528i30 :E
tub
North sunken
17.
Repo. High speed Used Ap- 22-111 NW fte whit StRiKi will buy: = 1l11111111111111111111111111111111111111iiDrelmer's ) BEAUTIFUL::
f.LNL; (
prox 10 Time. Original 2 I1FDROOM .....rtm'.nt. New furnlnhltiKi 1-3 B/R. 2 filth, A/Cond. I. :37..I53S 21-27I ate the atmosphere of E range and cocktail sink Freeform I I, LAKEFRONT

Price $169.95 Now $80.00 1 bliirk < ff I Lake Howard Range Oven Dishwasher = HOME In this spacious exhaust hood overhead

TELEVISIONS: ,$KBTATr*)! TOWN CY *1-11(1.t'OUNTRYrxAL. ) 2627/ Drapes, Carpeted Llv I tONAL I 'START = lakevkw home 3 bedrooms EE Vinyl floors. Large game room / DelightThis I HOME

Ing Room, Patio Inter Th net Tlrcio to H an your future i I IIn and two luxurious E can be used as third bedroom. Excrllent neighborhood 4 bed

PHILCO 21" BLONDE CON. 1 PFDROOM efficiency apartment aecllon com System Large I.ot. now Th way In brain In with =: baths A HUGE family E Outdoor living inside located at fabulous (4 BR) split roomn a bath. malnlraa sleet l buill-
Neat cloan Northaaat .i I .11 .di'rn. ,low upitre,> buntTh' level home is pleasureto In. rang" ">en dishwasher Central -
SOLE 3 Yrs. Old $100 t& TOWN COUNTRY RBAIMTATB I 1". room And many. E Lake Martha Drive. pure Newly .
2-3 DIR 1 Bath Cell t-'t' look f rot In In Rt) 4 A( RKH 1097()! West heat and air conditioned
:2827I / ng view and tour. A primeSE
CY J-1HI Bar: win ii new mod"'rn ('lil = many extras you'11 enjoy E cost 25000. Being I dec..rat."I Home and 2 lakefr -
MODELTV ---- Heat Terrazzo )rloors '. .. Original over
DUMONT 21" TABLE drui in hum' wIth laru II prestige address, with "nt I)11'. $35000
'RFDROOM I cntlaxiMO 00 poemonth. bit It. wind ,, 2 E wIling Your hosUss: E offered at $17,900.
In hitch 'no awn nv K
. . $39.95 Range & Oven Choice LoCation -
AI..BO bedroom trailer'art cr1au.floor." .. f..rmiri "-" mi. i Eleanor Iglehart E all the refinements you LoIs Hunk AlumlateDGAR
( .Breece. SIX iJike Klue Large Lot tow, tile bath 'tarecar .",,,it t t. nlulllty I ; C oo would expect in a much hlihln CY 5-1204
CY 2 n6. D.I PUN UNI.Y SS3M/ IM $.tr-i IKI' not

DUMONT 21" CONSOLETV .anartment 3-3 B/P. 1 Bath, Ceiling diwn. SU70 per mob Wl-: TAKIrnAtonis -: TOWN COUNTRY I S.E. NEAR higher price why T. HALtS

. . . $49.95 Ct-KAN furnleheit. titiitta only 207 Heat Terrazzo Floors Call DAN WINTLK8 1 permit us the privilege of .
porch Karaite '
11'I4it NORRIS lilt Y AN ( Y I
ZENITH 17" PORTABLE TV Ar B: BW CY 2-2TI 2640a Built.In Range Large 4111"2'I"r i277Manoli.rjjfiCY ? f ] n Ii'tWf lj1Ii' ;:; I SHOPPINGCENTER discussions beyond the low \ REALTOR

price of $25,750 Thanks 310 Avrnue A, SW
Dill
With Roll.A.Round WDTIOOM hi me Will furnliih Corner Lot Fruit Trees = 3-1 141 WlJ. IiJUIiiJ lt 1 .
eil lend realihntM. ana IWniimonthly JIlhDHOOM fianu. huim. I"-aid : CY 3.9636 Or CY 3 0382

Stand . $69.95 Call CY 2-W 8 or HolT CY'' SMALL DOWN PAY DM Z.lrd It NW -nil l.h'.n"l I E .25. sblllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllT 1 Immaculately kept and landscaped LEIS BROS.
2-04(16) Ml' a.*I4J after 5 (Ill P m. M.Kt .25-
RCA 21 CONSOLE TV -" -- -- MENT& MIA FINANC. I : home Three bedrooms. REALTORS

FRONT ROOM Private entrance ING CLOSE TO P\ O'IitnL.'t : 2 bath, family room All built In 1200 Sixth St., NW
Rcpo New set warranty kitchen irlvllene 3 Blwjja" o, DAYS FOR 1 DROOMS
80 nIna center. Mn only W:.= = SCHOOL. SHOPPING If i"u are in a hurrv I... |Path hat : AI.I SiLO kitchen appliances. Large clos (Opposite North Gate) 2 HOUSESCB
Used Approx. Day I II dl I h..n.1la ta. I
J. NW. 2993571113TI .I., and mini n. thin 1 Bedroom ci': "t.t.oi ii \ .
month 5M Ave .
(ENTERS CIIUHl'IIES.ALL 2 4 31J7
Originally $289 95 i'M h"m.. lunt MB M..nth SIM ..., I .IH t b..d..m la." llvlnnI its all city conveniences yet
OUTSTANDING Own: will and I ",ilk n.MI J bathe W//W car GARAGE
v-toot the family
me half block out of
$209.95 located city
.
SALE PRICE ,, .
.11.l ,, IK itnn fnnm t.ublcarport. 2526
VERY 'I..AN.. comfortable 2-h BUYS IF YOU ACT For Mllrr Inf"rnwtl n Call I .
mom horn. "n lIner lAk far- I ( I1U('K n ntOFMKG: AlinellohNTIIAI ar.. in. .I toll H8 x 1811' land limits Large living room. I Compl.ftly Furnnh
SINGER DELUXE SLANT nort. wreened norch ITM 6Lt \" NOW. CALL TODAY.I : "'( '.pR (\) :OH! 'SIMI 11 in,,iil I lit' undi'niround el"\ Inkier.. Ideally located for shopping and --- with enclosed
MATIC SEWING MACHINE (I NW AilulU, ('\ 14JN: : .:M. I :tl.,I .- A WkrmU 2MOIII '"lOOt( SMKI ,I".'n l'h.n.FR t INIi porch
.
nMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .. 'i.t.t. ii. :SIlt llnrbrrd 81 li-26 all activities $18,500. Drive by latetron on 14 label

with Attachments Looks like RFNTAIJTurnlnhi BarrlsConnary ( IMS 4th Court SE. I H''M' ,'n 2 I I" ,J"m, 1...,,., nth '. $17,500

New Originally $239.95 'it I'nlurnlahedK nc. 1 BranJ Hew | :TREM !NT C oo 11.1., ,,,,,,.,,, "11 II.. tI' d r nJ
SALE PRICE $100 : StTT'LIVIM." RBALTORCY dlllll''U "r I/o .I.m til tith,
4 4131 Kvea CY 312(27TI: Winter Haven \ HOMES See us. every possible Real 0i I..d Ila'a" "n rot.. (r"otttaoch. Itll South lake Shlpp D,.
CROSLEY AM.FM RADIO 1 Modern I Groves rlh n-wtgc. I 1,1 lOll( X t5i
227 Vd St. SH' I Estate Need I igntlon, ""lIullfulIn"d'"I'\ i "I PHONI
BR..
1:15: AVE D SE NIC. 2
WITH 78 Speed Record RMKIIrD; APARTM lOOTS I'hone 2t1:\.SMI I Colonial :| Ranches. Homes. Business! Can. be wen Bunt,\' 101 I." CY 3-590 CY 34542CHOICE '
Changer A. Is $10.00TIPTOP 2 .....dronll11ft to 171 AIIP I tile bath CD norm'. Price rentals Multiple Listing I noon or every day from, 10 a mto
Iteaalev Realty Co. .H4 8lh 81 I $l0Soo. or will trade for largtr 4 00 p m except Fn, la> 231'14: |'I
NW ('Y 3.3'117. ?18.TF. = BfiO U edge wood Trrrace EE Service Mortgages Construction Ave C, SW -28OMACtrUk -
sIFAi.l. home ,
Insurance ""' ..WMwrrtw s-w
TV RIG Nlr7 Iurnioh.dIbed-! "
FOR NT I
A brand new (almost =
room duplex 284-241S. M-3 l
HRRk 1IOMK: E compltle) cu tom built = 3101 Ave. M, NWNew

& APPlIANCE ti.I rt'HCX)M furnlnhid apart; m.nli :J-lVdniom I bill hi- inneled UN- E home on a brand new = I c.f otIt 1.-

SERVICE CENTER stIlt month: ATHERTON ftf ALlY In ; room large Hiililn room. built- 2 BR 1 bath home Nice 4
542 W Central Av.. #4595425tI In U B hitch n a Ih lumlmiua cell E street in choIce! Southeast :EE '
Ave. I) & 4th SI., NW CY 4 3291 Hilt utility room .rl'l'..... lliMirnUrautlhilly Close to new Southeast EE corner lot Price for quick sale UAt"h
2225 - --- land-capt-d. HutiMe i
at only $7000VARNflR. ,
._ nip. but baa rll> water and mwrr Plaza for shopping and EE UTAt1 t
-- LAKF; HOWARD t>rlv Aual unlUTomer :*. ', enool bin to .all arhiMilii Brigham. Drnnison: school = ,, WELL LOCATED HOMES I Ii.
menu 2 or 8 efftel' ncy fftnn, DOWN SMI MONTH' REALTY MoubMes.55nPl ;
art A('()H'AIITFD orrnttee of lake. howard. Drive 770 ('Y S-HW = district )features large J.

....1':( UL La ho0 8W.l'IInIAc'l 21.TFlino E entry port'h and entry toy E 14 6th Street NW * * *
While Th.y tALL til..:NN' 8UINKrX: >RD .
N t.W UK UKIIM 22-25 E er traffic free carpttcd EE II'h. 293.849'1 293-8454 or 293 8475 \ I

M. naual $2 t7 mnglm IRS -- ----- -.---- DOWN living room all three E 20.22.25We .

Stereo ItS 1 BFIMtOOM: furnlahwl. apartment i BH. rn HOM till I
E
WlNTk-R! HAVi.N! TV Ground non 8&

J-Nov. :I I .. -" IIIARIK8 MeCOMIC: Ken BnkeNfcW 1 private master bath and EE .1_ 14.44+,, 'yI '

-I bjdroiim. wood 2933449: U.Nov J2 large storage clostts E f' *

frame houae In Btshw 22.ctrIr. --- E Spacious kitchen equip- E Have Moved'!! I < .
kitchen. bath Waler furnlehed CY : INl-OMI; PHOPURTY IApartment. GE E
with, deluxe
= pod
.
2-&W7 J M .plua 2 warehouaea. a! I.
_. to Gardens .
--- tor .additional rental Ut Ave A. American range& oven = 727 typress
2.n*;DROOM houa*. water furnlaa behind Cham Road la build I
NW aecond bulldln our new
and
EE -
E dishwasher disposal -
i'it. sit 00 per week or 112.III wth'lrtrl'IIy Florida Development -- ..
of Commerce P'auy rhnatotngisles. .
irnlnhad 1818 7th Ht t..' lIT! loads of cabinets--attrac- EE Inn next 10 CUMMINGS !':' .. EJIIIIIII'P" ..

8W Cy 3-47KS---- -22-26 ... tractive paneled family EE 'S Furniture i & Investment Corp. l

l It fine apartment. Walking dieIn OLDER TYPE HOME room with used brick EE lore opposite the I I lI ILIOANClt QUilT APIA near CyareaaOiraene
and (lake Quiet I Walter J. Coleman Realtor
,
t town fireplace Large double E new SOVTItEAST .
.
.
: .t. large bedreemtkatlti t bed'.... .. I
Ml AveB
tnt. NW, I Ion. Adult. pleaee 81.TFFt'RNISHF.D Very Close In = enclosed garage with Ud EE PLAZl shopping renter 498 Cypress ">, fie I4a remPrt baths. ttaclaua kitcha" *.th

--- der to overhead attic EE the welcome mat Is InfDE:: ;I nnsti.ss kitcNa, wtlt, 101. .f bu.l1.. na, acrtaned teich

cottage. on lake bath. This property is located at 636 storage centrally heat out the same tiacere : .6-net. w.u..a ..... OWNS TMANSriMrtKOanu

and l I.Mrn kith.n't 'lit oil I 1.1 IghU mom anil bedroom wat.r furnl Ave B, NW Consists of S room E ed and cooled and quality E courteous service I i. t'.. area fee lIla d's- offer ALMIAOVtALISTICAtLV

lob-I $MlO0;) CY :M2 frame home with asbestot shingle -I = throughout $27.200 and 5E will continue stop 2941112WI rimie.tmt NW buyer 1255 ICIO. t>
---- -- lath lirtet
IPfPROOM APARTMENTS FOR aiding and large building in ready for your Inspection = !i. and chat with us. I t;, 9'", ,,, r". the 110m. Butor23'

KbNT: ReaaonaMa. CY 8-8MJ: rear Commercial Ion 101. E Call |

'1/Nib H-T" Price: 8850. Only sun do", n.1 John C Fisher .
---
SAFE ----
.I BbDROOM furnlahed. apartment balance at $65 per month Some | PALL SMITH = REALTOR

: .in Lake Silver Dii.. Shiver CraM financing can be arranged on E tvenlngs: C\ J3HU( =
DRIVERS
/c I Apartmenli" Call CY 2-tTTO'' or 727 Cypress Gds Road
INDEMNITY
2SS-1250: 2-TF down payment Prestnt owner I DOUBLE b1 ,

: will lease the building In rear Phone 294.3544 I .
I COMroRTAIlLic1h"I;
I g SAY ON AUTO INSUtANCI for month which would |TOWN t COUNTRY Price $13000 buys
$25 i
,
kitchen One -
per
be InN living room
m
...4 .t H.rtf.r4 .Hrf ,..I)
I
t h t all Intvranc eeeJi and. bath (arportt and ecreenedorh make the payments only $40 per :: 7" noIi.a Iilli'fin) I7tWIi1WY.3.1I. this insurance special A ;
r ytur I Road CV.47j E1'J1fJiJ ::
South Elolaa Lonp IOWNER: TB8 1 I liSt< I II
,
month tn first mortgage Immediate U U Duplex furnished and occupied -
Call. 22-2B. ( D R I.,trly kitchen ,ihranc I I. trte. I
-- .--- -- possession, dMkwaaher. .11111"l "\.,,. Your decision to caU
MODERN bedroom .apartment ..25:1 .. ,
d H r In patio Separaanil t. w I will not
furnl.hi-d for real All electric JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I utll ly F-.n16. Wall t" .11 for an appointment f .
GLENN D. GERKEASSOCIATES INJOV FAMILY tin In PlEAS TOWN new I ked i,
kllihi-n and heat lion lo town .prhni in I 1. R PR Hal In ,. be a mistake. .
*4. Ave A BW To... phone CY. 1 .t5oI :1AI..; ,nl. Doui pr"l"Ttle \ tonn fr.nl' back. lawn SNM ,. -.1 I Otis .._laHy a... a.r ten "...... tl, baths. red ,rattykitcMii

1.nil .Suprlna _.._ A ,'..n 11..11' ..I JI *' .n Rifle >e.1 l ,i I 4'i-v m.'rtkitii. T 'A- Call ZeUs Pearson tlened 2 kedr.em. t katn win '>, it "'. I Ia '

FOR"RENT tu"g' /t..1 I..to : 14 N.S; W.hn"a t>,, r n" "'I winn.. Irk ", .. home. aane,,1._ doOe' f am i '..n.' a oed Ie '
ROOM with privateentrance Janet Chadwick -'" 11\ SubollW", %" "ski'sV loll!\ ,i\ment I* "1 ," ,.
.and private bath ('Icw'v ( I... M.II I. 61. flt.I.I. I.." IIIII tax. liii'I Mm: dl NW I 'LEIS BROS. roam .vri.tk,11 qua,nt Mlt 2 11 if 'tet nests. I

Motors t'Y 4-2822 ITIREDROOM Reginald Baker I .., I.'il I 11\. .lab. him .iJ .://I Ih." .' ., :. I t o fenced ya.J. I no.11."( W :JJW tA'.''J 51. NOW t L:
( IO-A) Boats & I ---- -- REALTORS .
l. Tfflcknicy aaartnwnt8UOD IN (U St., NH CY S.47I -- \ Cooper Catitet > *t 43. f it tt'nt 8W f fFHtudly

monthly i and M A-8 NB.CY2M18 ; 1 22-25 Out Of These Homes '. ISM lOt North St. N.W.Gate" Reliable Service Our Golden RaIc" F.
t BOATS. I3t 00 up I'annea Sail (all .between pm 26-s __ ___ Yen Can Save Monty ly luring Opposite

boatFlectrlc uutboarda. |M K 4 BBDftOOM :2 I full kutlw $*0U 'MR RETIREE let ihow thett hornet- 24-3117 .., ,,
oulboartli SM.SO. --- down imM monthly No quail UI you ......... .
AlI'd AIR COMDITIONaU) Lakefront Eve & S... HO T nil 5
: ."U U .I'H "U I..
'u.Tk.l.UB: H.".ndsk 2M-MM I ApaHmea'Nkwly fumlahjdAdulta ping No closing co U 364.010iiIlot2M before you buy-you cats SAVE SAVE SAVE C 1

87 Itt Weekly CY 2- TATTBN -- --- 11-77: HOMES 2S2Th Wea.E4fctfcI
,.,. U.S. GOVERNMENT
.
; .
.
home with bulll' in .N'UY4)ln.
-- --
I -
I II.A For Rent Unf. O R on'* Miriam unit Chain ,...
( ) ','ION Roam with private link fence FlnrtOa room. 1CIw1..-"" $100 DOWN- - -- YftRREN SECKEL, Realtor '....
bath Nice' nelrtborkood. <'on- .heal IM 2nd II. Jan. Pfcyl Will
,....I.nlltood Ttn Ave O NK' aacrlflre at MOO ....wn take up i"y Paymtuft as tow o> $4t p.r mo. Including prln. & Int. .I Tn.II i,m 111\ built home I Wd-. Wilma
.. ".,. tfwetlek W. H McRtyroldi Hudson
J BFDROOM with Florida room. 214-812 .altar 4 00 .. : ",.nl. I all Y 'J.2J. r I'21451 "I lath< room
WOO VARNBR: REAITY CY or r contact b, irlt'r II O D.'nnl. 2 t 3 BEDROOM HOMES Some with built.m k.tch.nt ,. 'I. ,t, hm applianrm amiIrn
"4M. u-a LAKETOONT nicely furnMwd I" high 81 '.....bu,.. Ha. JOOOOO -* redecorated N. Closing Cottt. 1 ,-- T.lral hral ..'c. eJl CY 3.3605 CY J.7S22
located and completely r 1.. ..Ur lined rloOTla Convmhiitly !
FOB BENT' Modern unfurnlahad 'bela.apartment Call JM-M2 l"3INTCRBSTlNtt I BUT SAM MOORE Day CY 3-41 ...: I". rrcaiton beautifully kuitfu 0 H.Un WhitUy Clina Cl.ryCY '
.
and (nMK
houae. Air conditioned SBedmomi. H' bathe central heat > t w'lit many anrata
Neat"bedm F.ehani.; Bank and town- .air rondlllonedrooma In* Hood location cloe.' 'to all 1422 ,till Sf. S.!. RtoHor Nlqht CY )-'030I I ,0. ..lu.nl.. much below Colt 3-5905 CYJ.I912
Multabl for office. AduHa and .kltcheMttea Next to arhoola Contact Mr Lamar _. "i- n f..r > ur I aepm-tun .and effer 0
4 Refer town II..... rtwn 223-1844. 12-TF Southeaa Plau. CY MStft I-Nov 1 ....11... 21-1 I <128cM NkY: > .N 22-28 -









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((13) Real Estate For Sale i ((13)) Real Estate For Sale (13)) Real Estate For Sale

((13)) Real Estat. For Sale


Ahead OfSchedule -j'B' Small _I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPOnly Thing II TrueD L

Furnished
I Wrong With iI LakefrontCustom I

You may select your I CottageOn This House | Built
own apartment with

your own file and Lakefront! E It Isn't yours yet! E If I could paint this picture k
paint colors fowl! = But look it over and that E would be a beauty This home

I I Located on U.s. 27 & Lake E little matter can be fixed E it outstanding with many unusual .

Winter Haven Hamilton. Sandy white beach t E up fast EE features would re r

HarborCondominium largo shady tree This completely l BIPROOMS BUllS | quire your Inspection It has 3
furnished make
cottage E Large living room panE = bedrooms, 2 tile baths family
an ideal resort or winter home
i ellcd Florida room E with beautiful
room fireplace
Apartments Only $8000 Terms. First time
i built-In oven and range EE glass sliding doors to screened
offered Make your Appt today
1 and 2 Bedroom 1, air conditioner house E patio porch garage Central
I E has antique brick trim 1E heat & a'r condition wall to 'e wM

Apartments with I, I Beasley Realty Co. Nice landscaping walk. EE wall nylon carpet custom )4i4k Is : .

P/i and 2 baths 134 6th St, NVCY : ing distance to Southeast EE drapes, foyer entry kitchen ..
s.z7S.zs Plaza Shopping Center I hat cherry cabinets, built in i ., '"

WE 'INVITE YOUI E Priced at $111.500o'ith = oven & range breakfast bar 6't $ i .. .d 'e
FIIA committment of EE corner sink has disposal Dock, .h' ale .1r M .
.
;' ''NsrECTIONFllntlsh.d jMmmiiiiiimiiiiiimimiimiimI' $11900 available To see EE boat lift beach. Due to ill 4 r v yl. AS eik %, .Le.aY ...: rr t.

Model Open I call | health owner moving west Sacs :. llrrt's shat the llnnklni R.rdrn. houw 'licks. like. from .lo.lun. end untliillrrril 1hl,
For You rif.ce Only $36,500. Good terms I uppmnimt rimlredv sharply with the
10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. more ropvrolloniil ppromh hllMdt
: i RUSSELL FRAKFS Es if needed to building chub rails f A. J. Lynd Realtor I On A BudgetE = Days CY 3-1141 Ei usually results In a severe ullei-nllon ul tilt nluml dr ln..(. of lh. kind Plumbing end wiring in hlddro by Ibt unusual 9111.....
Evenings CY 31831 E 'I
1700 Sixth St., N.W : A neat 2 bedroom I Beasley Realty Co. .
Hwy 17 E masonry home, Florida TOWN COUNTRY! 934 6th St., NW CY 31757i ,, <<\
i
E room tile bath LargeI = ,
WUrer Haven, Florida .
f Phone 293.1606 I carporte and utility room i 211MolgnollaOOfi'@n f !Ii'I'i I I ,
E fenced yard Total price 8 | CY. 3.IJij15" iJlJ. ulJu

Delivery By E Just, $8.500 with $300 down : e..I i JI3-A) Groves
i payment, and approximately _= I, : 25&25I :E
Christmas E $53 monthly In EE llllllllllllllllllimilimillMlllimiii

eluding insurance end E ,j I i; GROVES
- I E taxes ALSO, have a EE I et lal. sI tS
liiimi.iiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiirI ; :/ slightly larger 2 bedroom, E 5 ROOM HOUSE 10 20 40, 50 or 100 Name the I
I II
1M bath home with Flori E I sue, We have Ill) Call for an
OutstandingBuy I = da room PLUS a screen ElE I| on corner with 2 paved streets,, I appointment

| ed porch and other extras E j i large shade tree, 60 orange I
I Nettle R. Hamilton
I E spanking' clean and on' :EE I II trees out of city limits of Eagle i I

4 blocks to Garner E : a beautiful tropically = Lake but city water Call for Realtor I:

5 School 2 blocks to Lake E I E landscaped lot for Just = appointment to see this property 241 3rd St., SW 293.7564 I I
E Cannon beach and park Es E $10000 with $300 down EE I Owner
must sell due to
No jammed up" feel. Ei payment and approxi E health reasons C W. IURRLSON ASSOC. S I Iw.jjgdgjV
ing in this BIG CB home E- = mately $64 per month lei.Is = Lake Wales 13643 I

E on its beautifully land Escaped eluding Insurance and S' Nettie R. Hamilton .25.
= 100 x 150 ft. lot = taxes to see these ex EE .f

E 3 bedrooms; the mss. E I cellent buys, call ES Realtor I

E ter has: a dressing room E MUCOLM TrTRFAlLT 241 3rd St.. SW 2937564 ((14.A) Lots & AcreageCommercial iI i

E and private bath Full EE I, E Eves. & Sun CY 3.5076 = C. W. HARRISON, ASSOC. I
Florida room PLUS 16' x E | Days CY 11141 = Lake I
E 25' screened patio porch E Wales 33643B Lot -.--.. -,-' .. .

E S PLUS 16' x 20' tropical. E EE TOWN COUNTRY! .25- 50 x 150 .'t. located on Ave C. II Th lljiiulnu durdrni; house him. new Milulliint, In a umhr. Uhllt Iht lUniilni (..,d",,, h...... ,,",I.. rnmpllt'nlfd from M
ly landscaped patio Of. | i of old pnihlum llw DIM* Insul iilun mid ,
linn
lilmnhlntf .
aceconcealed engineering Mumlpulnl, M build.
fered SW, Across from Exchange I II | cm relatively easy to All of Ib* I
at only $13500 with = '
E $450 down You :111 noIfafi1fi'fD1nSaa4' A Retirement I Bank Parking Lot. Wide newly I below a 'I'd Imh Ililik. pl'.IM' diaphragm| lime U>rr, saw .b.aim ram pled In a day .llb a single crunt, Ib found.
payment. E the undir' icl. of thin. law pdilfiirin
S ci>n see this OUTSTAND E tiI liJlJ. UI IU paved street with alky entrance I on reeled drxKntitrly1h Inn wall wse mush simpler to build IbiM I bII..nltne.

E ING BUY by calling E :I 25&28iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII S Dream In rear For sale by owner :
'Phone CY 3J77I Alter I
= MALCOLM TETREAl'LT EE I Edna: Watson Realtor
or ,
Evenings CY 3.S07< E I I' Located Mi block off of chain of I I..If'. I..M'I Ancient Kayak

E Days CY 31141iTowNt = ELEVEN, NINETHAT'S |lakes in SE Section. 2 bedroom -- -- Inspires I
living room air condition ter-

COUNTRY FINE |I ratio floors fruit trees car A WORKER WHO New Craft Built For Fun

LET'S lOOK- J JLET'S port & utility Only $11900
:
TAKES NO COFFEE
'rtf/ManoU$ ijlfi'f l n fi'@W 1W'C'f.a.1I4'l Terms if desiredBeasley
Ant KhiNilhoy lell B,, .
SIGN cm you 'ic lly. the plyik It built with
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Realty Co. Ih ii I o kayak U fur r''nlOt' standard. iiterior type or marina

2527 E That right $11900 I 934 6th St., NW CY 3 2757 I CLASSIFIED, FOR M but a ply l. (he modern-tin vtr plywood don't UM Interior type

JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII120312th for a truly neat, 2 bedroom i GOODNESS'' SAKE! turn of that anvlcnt: lk. ..no craft -you can tell Ihe dilTertm.. be.cause .
1 bath home in a real good 04- fat .kids. and lh.fr dadiT.J tilvrkir' type 'u lumped

neighborhood LARGE :I L"III'': 110"1.11'': I 110" I (he rtklmu. Iht kayak I Is wi'hlhtl letters DFPAEXTi' The

Court, ROOMS small payments I, I ...Idol' un.i.llrl bar, ,01"1''hurl,I,,,i I., I.. 1"10' than )just a bull Us keelun' lm and stern art oak
NE at 4'Y, Interest Why not- < J"Q 1111I1111I11I11I111111111I11I1111111111,11 I I I I ,= I.knfnni.d..n i .hat,,, I tiki, a |.rnwn( and a hisses com Frame layout Is klentkal/ from
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I Let I call Get On The II I' I'h n 21 I I" n .V4- 1 rincd. lated Into his "a" the 'the coikpil forward or' aft Sis

Beautiful Lake Buckeye Hills LEIS BROS. i Tract. i : iiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiitlI ( tklmo ii ready. fur almml anything of the tight frames art plywood
Right .
Good as new well constructed, In the way of lam, wtahir the other two art oak. Materials' '
Lot
modern CB home with antique REALTORS Fast! Lakefront | ( *4l I.r, or what haveyauThe run about $100 Including hard

brick trim. Modern dream kitchen 1200 Sixth St, NW | i On Chain-Of- | plyck. Is Ju| ,.l M seaworthy, wart. plm or ,,'herlni.h/ .
(Opposite North Gate) E Why spend days weeks EE hid l h his" MIen drwfiied |lust l for If "u'v. built a rout before,
Lakes
pink appliances Including I |
E
294.2197 months going through the; fun of II. In pcrfni for you should be stile, to Anith this
stove dishwasher large refrlgerator Ei
house for sale
.freezer combination 3 every you = E A choice waterfront. r ''keg'!i iniiind ihuM .Island. youn on. In about 40 man hour. If
25-28 hear of It might take
,
bedrooms, 2 large tile baths, E years to find the right = E lot 90 x 198 with b autiful = are from Ihe ",mulnlund and you rmvtn'I. Ibis Ii good one to
Florida room or den. Formal I E house that way! Tell us E E shade trees On Lake EE w.jld! like, lo ipke A highly start CHI but lill lake a little

dining room with sliding glass what you want what you EE Lulu R* tri< tnJ ubdl E I .n, .iv rMe ...,., II k swift kisser than 40) huurs

doors opening onto a well landscaped can sptnd We'U separate E E vision near uut'.CJJI' t tE = ml ."v to operate Plans we avalliblt from the
yard. Central air condi 111111111n.nCIUIUUI.III.: : : ,'11111111.0I.UI:i, S 5 the wheat from the chaff :s Plasa Shopping "II'r' E 7 ho plyak CIfbe 'twill with AmvrtaM Plywood Association

tioning and heat. Draperies in | 6 Apartments f f and steer you on the right E E $9000 for this or other E .I ,n.l.,ml mcMrlala evadable any Ill* A Sirrtl'. Tacoma: WashInghM .
,
eluded Owner moving to Tarn course promptly tot s = select lakefront prnpert) EE .. lultW budt.0 H" ">. hr ply..nu4 Acct of Ibt Amtrlum "h,',. in .Ihe' imm
pa due to change of employment | Excellent | | PERSONAL SERVICE,, 5cu uU EMUXOIM wail Aisin" 'ad,. .h the .II I fail f hkb. plak, bin enough fur Ply.. "i..m. ( 'hoel ,ibMs. a M MMiif smelt When you write, ark fur

Consider trading for. 1 Income | IS ii =: TETREAL'LTEvenings : | dull. Mid on. -child' ( umplrl plot fur the pi) ik Include. draw. I" tri. in sail am ef IbiM. (tie Plyak MM. No 9 J
_
home in Tampa. Already fi MtLCOLM TETRFAILT E: CY I 9076Days EE Inll' 'dyad. ".p.h) tlrp hulldlni' ""'r"1In mxlrrlji. 'IM' I. 51541
E
nanced no qualifying Modern building of CY 11141 E I ..
SIS Days CY 3.1141Evenings E -- ----------- --- --
construction -
s masonry
228 Lake Ina : Fully furnished 1 bid S SS CY JM7 E

Drive SE room efficiencies All S S |Tows t COUNTRY the Sportsman's Corner

2 apartments rented to s :EE TOWN t, COUNTRY IiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniiiR =21' noIIa i
Malt ijlrrffin b, Dr. ..
JM Uftdmt'
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E EE LL I.cpl. Wild til. lt *rt 25w.
round tenants, adultsonly Ti>bAtvs4
6y >N
Beautiful lakefront home in excellent year I Ul M noRa ijHi'rjlna SC13-I 41 UIiIUlt
E I 1 5E BLINDS
In. DUCK HUNTING
heat' 1330 monhly i' : l r
condition. Central '
a.1I4'1' J1l. !!Ul1)UW) : ,
and air condition white tile | S come Close in conveo I :EE r&29 = 1 J. s

roof 3 large bedrooms, 2 tile lent location Offered :i | I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,l l l l 1, ; IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHAND -r :;f. J SNEEIINC ROMAN '

bath., modern built.in kitchen. E only $23 300 Additional 5 22&25 DUCKS AND OTHK WAtd'OWl WAS THOUGHT 10 HAUL \
Many closets and cabinets. Flo E details by calling : CYPRESS ASS $HU PYEO. to the !h"MM Hoi lo A otviu m mj &oor/ .
i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIHIJust be .. .o>K..1.4. The pwlobl
lake. *
rida overlooks the i1 pow
room I MALCOLM TETREAtLT ESTATESLot Mind '._". al mizzen .K.....,t. l b TO DBVI OUT M OCMON
The yard is beautiful with many. I I = Day. CY 3IUI E :Ei Listed I .adv MD4I. u.. .n, _III .. elmk.nw. 105 NEIGHBORS CRID'OUS fE JACDIIWHCH /"
flowers and trees complete Irrigation Fvenafs CY lSt7 E EI No 144, 72 r lit wield ". abwl. II ..rf.. o"d cut $" I..... MIAN3 '600 6lrss TouFc
from lake draperies, Cooper Estates | someone pkaf make. M offer 10 In. Ibis w.d* VMK. rt>. I toiKi .b ovI
rugs and aluminum boat. Drive f 1 1 apart with. neap l ....!. T halt .....
For
by then call for an appointment I TOWN, COUNTRY! 1 Choice Southeast Indeed'! ES further rail information andappointment I II'." se ralba. .pc..5s ..,.... cee -
0" ioU .ld. 1 Weed!.
con und _
Price $29.750.00. 1Wi Attractive entry foyer Into up It aye.
E Ill t Malro1J ijlrrfi1n I I M I Itt mace Ike..
3.1141YiuuWImnwggnMIMalsiulI'sra' t '.iJL! UIiIU S hug living room overlooking S Nettie R. Hamilton /1r "---- #r7
623 3rd Street, patio through slid. SS "t
Eagle Lake : p'o'sh. log glass large bedrooms Realtor 'foJf"77NATUUl with .alk.ln elo*. :: 241 3rd St.. SV2937S64
21.2526
Polk tit and 3 private bathe' S IOCK: AND ITU"'P
Vice home located near complete kitchen built.Ins c. W IMRRI50N, ASSOC. LIPIDS h." rv h...... Iron dwkWMM .
County Junior College 2 'large Lake Wales 2-36U I' dwt tan cMtnf, wfcwb .to less'
bedrooms. one bath living TrueD centrally heated and cooled S s.ia.k..in ...." eMc salsa W....,
room kitchen aDd dining area. Lakeview already financed S .gf dusk. ....-... b..p yew tale .......
Down payment $30000 and .ith mortgage you tli "s .-4f b.__ pew yea .. It ,.., bed9
MS 00 per month Price $ .500.00 Florida ..... .* Call Ie Hci_ .HOM ,...elea."a .
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Home!! PALL SMITH f' ier L. .
EDNA WATSON KRAFT Dinner ;; _
REALTOR Facing the shoref 01 Lake Boy Eveaiigs CY' ln i v0 "Siytt l "A DOG
I IN 71st M2J0'3 MUNT TO ,
ta fib M. :>" fT 11119' with lake access OB tin ebato.
2 bedroom |TOWN COUNTRY' | isthrifty i I KiUHAP T/R. CANINEr
-25- This beautiful well kept r. I

2 bath. 2 car carport. =211Ua llnoEa filfflU R'lMlIiW' I i)
Florida room all electric kith i4"fi Poe SAND SAC OI uri0 (
3.4' lIIBIL 1I. U6i1S fy
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Close-ln ea has many feature Yo U : !* *. bw>.l pa bi"d dtil d B love it .bes> you see H Chraer 25&if ...WfyvF/| SW., M a !Wg. wtco,gM botWIv4d .
Low Down moving North 4 will sell below 1,1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfllllllllllllll I I I I I I I i I I ,I I I I/ and M ik.ll sb.N.ed saw fvM ( i I
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Payment! hx cost Only $1,500.. ; oak 4Mnmd Kale Cox* N
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Term U desired.Beasley '' Mr 'w
furnished 2 bedroom on* notes: quick f
frame Partially home un TS x 140 ft lot Realty Co. -tkrdar i.IWMr j a* I. s m. .Hi Ml an,.!..t..w.smtfttg ,. 'i20AAY SNEEZING

Home .it vacant Redeeoratedall gag Ml fcC, M\ CY 2-I7ST | PT.. ........ ell Aw. M Ia SV and DUE TO COLDS

for $4.500 CALL rOt AT ACTION m.* ..... i D KUrtO BT OCCONCKHMl TAfiUttRtOUCf
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Beasley Realty Co. .. CT carps WWItlt u4- *J HMU..-..-_MkU, J sees eel.tart. ,full of cheese flavor : ::: I..dgre..0 Is, .ek., .N. 3".1.:.=: WiAL STUFFINESS AMDCOLO
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Is the lie detector reliable' Ex $ 19
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Cynics call the lie detector a s 'Swift's Premium Breokfost
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so confessions well but mainly not because because it people works D Link Sausage . . . . pkg.: 35"

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