Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00204
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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THE WEATHER Winter Haven Daily' News-Chief f Citfu The Cpit City &Of l Of'100 The Lakes World

Partly cloudy writs rgh today 82 to
15. Low tonight In tfia 60's. Norttitait "You Always Read It Fid

toast winds 10 to 20 mils pr hour. In The New Ch ofFIV1 '


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Goldwater Steps Up Attack

L5d't On 'Power Seeker' Johnson "

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Week To Go, ..,

11 Are Killed,

I GOP Candidate

120 Injured In

i rs Pushes Attack

Sudan Riotingt ,%

r 1: iltcd frets International
1f vOP presidential nominee Har.
t U.A.R. (UTI)-Presi. r M, Goldwater with ont
dent Ibrahim Abboud of the
week to go until election day) ,
A neighboring Sudan republic today stepped up his charge ,
wielded full dictatorial powers that President Johnson Is a '
"e1t' today in an effort to halt five power seeker who will ""do any.
days of antigovernment rioting thing" to arhle\ his ends,
that sideswiped American dIp.
Goldwater launched one of
lomatlc missions. O his attacks yet the
strongest on
YOUTH NUTRITION CONFERENCE-Two Winter Hvn High School students, Cairo Diplomatic said at reports least 11 reaching persons Chief: )Executive: In a speech .
leaden In the youth nutrition field, w.r. ipakrt ye.terd.y at Polk County eonfr- had been killed and 120 Injured. prepared Tcnn. He for said dellven that Johnson Bristol

I net .t the Health Department her. Leslie Melvor, right, was one, and Bobby Coburnthe One of the Injured was report.ed would not be satisfied< with an
other both speaking on "Top Teens" Mrs Helen Walker, left, supervisor of the Polk to be an emploe of the U.S. election but "wants to be
County Board of Education lunch program spoke on "Youth Power In Action." Embassy. He was not ldi'ntl. rowned" r

reed The President meanwhile,
Damage to the U.S. J:rbasryand was scheduled to depart on the
U.S. Information Ac; !!nr first of transcontinental
leg a
Jr. Red Cross County Helps Pay library was reported t I.1 be ampalgn that was to carry
minor, consisting mostl'} nfbro. him from Boston to Southern
ken window and ransacked II. I.allfornia by Wednesday

Drive Begins brary The bookshelves reports said demons!ra. Boston Johnson and planned Pittsburgh speech today In,

Lakeland/ SidewalksThe tors also attacked the British plus a brief stop In tvansvllle: ,
Belgian, Japanese and Dutch Ins,, to pick up Mrs. Johnson I a
embassies In Khartoum the who has been campaigning: In
Next MondaySchool expenditure of over$20. ing that It was unfair to assess storied desert capital of Afri. Texas, They were to spend the
000 In county funds for construction the property owners who are 1'.'. largest country Khartoum .. ..-. night In Albuquerque N.M,
of Sidewalks Lakeland mostly retired persons and who is at the Junction of the White OFF TO SEE oolcrwater's I attack on thefro.ldent
Nile and WINTER PARK MALL Seeking to Give Downtown Lift there
the Blue Nile. ,
children throughout was questioned today by would not receive any benefit cam during t swing
Winter Haven schools, together County Commissioner Lee W. from the sidewalk."I Compounding the riots was a men went to Winter Park today to inspect that city't new mall, From left) George Mul- through Tennessee and Ken
with those in the surrounding Dunson of Winter Haven. don't care whether they general strike that shut down lint, Downtown Council member; Albert Griffin eiecutlv vice president of Exchange lucky before h* headed north
communities of Auburndale, The county had agreed to pay are retired people or not," electricity, public transports. National Bank ; Mayor Hughes Steels; Gene Thompson architect and member of the for an appearance In leveland,
Lagle: Lake, Haines City, half of the cost of constructionof Dunson said, a sidewalk increases tlon and go eminent office in planning board; and E, L, Davit *>*cutiv* vice president of the Chamber of Commerce. Ohio. In his Bristol speech he S
Dundee, Lake Alfred, and Dar sidewalks and other work in the value of their property Khartoum and other cities. City Manager C. C. Ryan alto mad the trip described Johnson as the'most
enport, are being urged to participate Lakeland which Is of special ." The demonstration apparent power hungry man In American"If I
In the annual drive to benefit to schools Lakeland was Dunson said he was not op. ly began among student at you want t president who
enroU pupils In the American to pay the other half the pro posed to a policy of paying for Khartoum University to protest Free City Parking will do anything countenance
Junior Red Crocs, under the perty owners nothing. sidewalk Inside of cities if reported government brutality Bids OpenedFor anything to further his own political .
auspices of the Winter Haven The largest expense on the they benefited the schools, but In putting down a secessionist ambitions and fortunes
Chapter, 55 Fifth St., NW. bill presented by Lakeland to the h* did not know of any such movement in the southern Su. then vote for Lyndon Johnson"
This drive will start next county commission today wu county pel My. dan, but quickly turned Into a For Christmas Ooldwater said,
Monday and will run for two $6,770 for half of the coat of "I have never known of the general protect again) the mill. Central SoughtMerchants "If you ..ant. president who
weeks Teacher sponsors In the building a sidewalk along Cleveland county building any sidewalk tary regime. will oover up orruptlon.. then
various schools will assist in Heights Blvd. to Palmore in Winter Haven," Dunson said Initial report. here said the In the downtown nalci continue to patrol to *n> vote for Lyndon Johnson-and
the program to have as many Elementary School.Commissioner The total amount owed by the Communist dominated "anil. Winter slaved area ,1tK'lo1. children take Mine Com county to Lakeland for construction Unperlallst" riots was Involved. ChurchThree to bun forever
as possible part Baptist tenlay in. slop complalnlni shout Another il"a. which was dlsutl > you art voting
Enrollment means opportunities bee defended this expense, say of four sidewalks and ut reports reaching Cairo to.Continued their .. the farts In the Dobbv Dakar
pn'blemsad" sun dulnc ,
< al' the last meeting cam
( On Page 8, Col 2)
facilities is 20111. the IUI1I Sol Cstas
for and drainage In
boys girls to serve something to aivrtlelng case,
bid have been received encourage more up agalni having I joint
others locally nationally, and HEALTH CENTERCommissioners on the proposed new church people lu shop here. fund to advertise< | allot the sandal, In the kickback
internationally and to develop Police Enforce agreed today sanctuary for the Central Bap Three main bleu were *,!. downtown area, or even all of charge against Matt McCloa.
skills, leadership ability and to find an architect to make. Soviet LeadersBid tilt Church Jl sixth St, and vancoil at She Downtown Council Wlntar Haven. All merchants key, In the us* of defers coin I
civic of preliminary sketches of a tract for political ends,"
responsibility. Many Bicycle LawsThe proposed Av*. A, NW, It was announced mewling would contribute to this fund,
the Junior Red Cross programsare $14,000 addition to the today by the pastor the .ff... The first is strictly! an immediate bed UM advertising would .b* der Ooldwaler's speech followed
part of regular schoolwork Winter Haven Pohrt Polk County Health Center In R. D. Hodge iinpotry measure Itfrw'l to promote Winter !II. tuba appearance Monday night at I
while others are carried into the Department traffic division today Winter Haven.Preliminary, For UnityMOSCOW Th M Ia I war opened Friday Merchants decided to approach" vp as a sh,,|H>lng ceiiler. a traditional COP final earn ,I
community, giving additional issued a to bicycle sketches are by the official. board and are tile city about bacftng parking The third idea I I. a downtown palgn week rally In New York (
meaning to classroom study riders before warning needed by next month to take to now wane studied by the board m..*,. during all or pert of shopping 1'1 ls II. This Idea wasprsontd City's Madison Square Garden
starting a
The programs are school. a state board of health meeting flVlV-Th Soviet and Caleb L. Kelly, of Kelly December. If M*.*nary, Mm by K. L.DsvieChamher where h* received a cheering
centered and communityrelated. crackdown on violators of the in an effort to get matching/funds Union's new leaders today and Associates of Jacksonville, merchants are willing to pay tile of Commerce ecutlvvt vile reception
city code regulation on their approved this year. sought to assure ford ,. tom. the architect ell) all revenue loot by not using president amt l secretary of the Johnson mad a foray Into
Junior Red Cross membersin licensing and operation. The county will pay $29,000 until parties that th. ouster The member of the board<< molars an>l have the meter Downtown Council. Gotdwaor strongholds'" In the
arts and crafts classes make Lt Carl Aleck head of the of the cost and the state $17, of Nlklta S. Khru.hl'hltill1 not beside the pastor are D. B. Davis outlined his plan In sum South Monday, H* campaigned
articles for children and other Traffic Division, laid that in 000. curtail thlr newly won Inde. Fowler, Luther Waters t. t. delaliin the lurwUy NwChlf In Florida Georgia and South
patients in nearby hospitals and the past police have taken a TYPEWRITER pendence.in Stokes, R. g. Carter, A, I. aiHl r.vl..11I l again yeelerdiy.Hasleally Carolina calling Coldwater'4
other insltutlons. Members rather lenient viewpoint in Commissioner tangled with private meeting and news. Snipes, Joe Thompson, M P.Certer Citrus BudgetIs the plan wouH be to policies a threat to American:
contribute to the general safety a problem today of saving county editorials, Soviet official clot life which the voters "must
the enforcement of the ordinance paper and Kelly Stevens. who Is a four-bink area aroundthe
of their communities by taking tax money or pleasing county strewed that unity of the Com. crush"
because there was no building /fund< chairman. intersection of Third ft. and l
Red Cross training In water particular problem where bi employee by not making munlst world was vital but thatIt Th contractor who have Central Ave, Third It 1. would, .b* The President received aneruthtieltstlc .
safetj concerned them chang some long standing would be maintained a* an submitted bids are S. S. Jicot Approved Mocked to automobile traffic reception from I
Contributions from pupils at eyelet were has been habit. "alliance of equal." and Fred S. Conrad, both rf at Ave, A, NW, awl Ave A, crowd In Columbia ,.C., even
the time of enrollment are deposited But recently there Almost every county em- Communist leader from both Jacksonville: and Den Coder( fW. Central Ave.would be "' 01'11. though poll indicate h* t* be.
bthe teachersponsorwith a series of accident and near ployee who uses a typewriter aide of the Iron Curtain were of Winter HavenRobinson LAKCl.AND (UPO-The n.| ed at Second Bt. and al Fourth hind In that state, In Macon
the Chapter treasurer and accidents in which bicycbiti prefers IBM electric But taking advantage of their poU ri.I* Citrus 'ommlaelon Monday 't. and Auguta Ca, h* was faced
make up the chapter High School violated regulations There there are at least two typewriters dose to ask question about -- approved a hiked bud *t of 17,. Half of each uf tile four blocks with demonstrators who chanted:
and Junior Red Cross Service has also been a jump in bike on the market cheaper Khruahrhev'a outer and what It 477,000 ami ales *a** Fund. In turn the chapter has thefts than the IBM that meet spec will mean for the future Game on fruit sold at roa/IsM tag, die entire area would b* In Jacksonville, Fla., Johnson r
the responsibility of receivingand Violation which will be glv location set forth by the Many have not hesitated to staod. and shipped by gift trait .ovr*>i with a translucent pi lasHe said that "a great Amertian !,
disbursing these funds (or en close scrutiny are those relating county praise the fallen premier But dealers out "f FlorMt.TVe which would keep out rain party ha* fallen into tile hand
hlh school and Junior Red to night riding, warning Several months age, two In the Soviet Union, no word of budget-tor tM 1/61.11 but let In lu" and tile whole of an eitrem and narrow
praise has been printed since Seats ScarceThere season troogfci iMidlng In would have group They ask you to teardown
(Continued On Page 8, Col. 5) (Continued On Page >, Col. 1) (Continued On Pap I, Col. 4) party Secretary Leonid I. Brezh. I In* with th* recent crop *.... climate complex control. compete the pst and take unec.sssry .

nev and Premier Aleiel- N. Kn--*-.- mat from the UJ. Department The project would b* carried risks with the future. .
ygin took over II day ago.: ISO of Agriculture. out by a hug corporation com- we must rector the health of
are reserved "
i ,::1 ::1 An editorial today In Trod ticket Mill available for Mat(toWintr ft* revised budget rflct4a posed tile pre>(*rly owners In- the two party system
'. -. the labor union newspaper .lntr**** of .....000 with
Hn..RGbu.foothll (CIJfIttAued On Page I, Col. 2) CoMmucd On Page 4, Col 4)
tred how Important the support game to be plAyed here Nov. I, 'Ito. of Ik* Increase going
of foreign Communists 1* high school athletic director tote eommerelal 4cr.lapeeiesp
t' the Soviet regime Jack Derrick announced mi* eyearylug and tile reel ear. Thanks To 16-Year-Old
II said tile "friendly unity moraine. marked for die ......try.* ,..
L IJ of i the Socialist camp" are serve ,11IIII.

Its! to the me nee aace of the The Hall) are ta toe concrete The eonirri4on approved aropsjatlon Polk Delegation Recognized
I "mmunJ.t system aide of MM atevtlniTu. They ot ,u/ allow lMrut I
r t'e government newspaper $1.71 seek The tickets I" be MpmoM by gift tress doaler ;;
Istla Monday aar4 diet obtain at of aH varime of DUmber one flAt
Tony's Pharmacy.Ddrtek
,.>.r ommtMtot that locals grad citrus, r4rdlof.. Johnson Orlando "
J II II I 's r 10 treat them a* equal. std there will bnosetts In the other eta**, tile ladHStry Rally
J New relation of comrade. aalM o* tile each or leaders obsyedtntrssetekipmese -
cc Ip and mutual aUtac bleacher, sM of Memorial.*... for r.a<4.M* stand of A ::10. jr mirfori'Icle of Polk But the r>.al big cheer cam
based: on the prtarlpt of equal.I' Sum Almost 1,000 of theM<* aurnbor two grade fruit adlowor4 < ounty Ucmocrati got special with their mtrmi ration by Me
mutual respect of tod. .hive bees sent to Kotsaooa. elite, else re.tlf*. recognition. from th* Pre.ioVn Drrmott from the podium
-, 14"r. :;;r p':i !en' e, and sovereigntyt which I* eomNvade to whet they manta for each **)lpeae a of
& :., t hao ta hapd among tile set Winter Naves last ,..,. Mao ....u.r '.... *.l NoM M rV yesterday morning because month sin when couple Barbara

:- ... stairs of the system," It said. ewroiM grower admiaistratHeomniltto of a Il-yesr old Winter Haven wrote to President Johnson
w The Soviet Coalman party CAMral a4Mlsioii. seal coot r*.i.MMM*.
girl "letter to Prh1iit John
.. s and toW him thai she lived
alters II u Merd dairy. tot '1.10. ---
,r't.er brotaxTly f rt.adafct*witti .*Ke. .,... add 10OIOf... eon ad. a top party official 'hi a town wallowed by Cold-
....' .. ". 4 H.t Socialist nstloes MIl wtew are *s..td lor ease WosirnColro Legion Opens who remembered It water ..H.U" and was Inter
.. The girt li Barters Freak. **t4 hi forming Youth
a for
ration In all sphere ofr.omir .
..1 e* oa*test woo by Mob-
"..'.'.'J.,;;..a:...., ._ ""' ,.">'> t '- social potttteaJ, and oleos leotyoar, I4<0. Meeting To daugJMrr Mr and )1,. Rob JafcMon group to work for his
.... ,I'ural life," II.Me4.ostrfu rrt Heck of 114 CUftth Mr riorUen.
.-... :,: i ;, tile ,***..,....( M. Public Tonight and she Drmorraile prty The request was channeled
".''' ,. rest oau...... anong Hi* ... fRUIT .....En official with tile memory la to McDermott and Barbara
,'I", >>r," urn parties. Dally cartes. <* (fja bow) Th* rf Ur American Uftcm Frank Wr H."' %**trree soon received a hug box of
The French ContmMist ft*. from IM Fnt Md Vegetable pool m*.tMg umlfM will b*op**) jlivr of volunteer far the esmpln material o( every
.:. dents National CoMMtMe said iMOoetMi DM*too.tj to 1M poklk the program t..tac Dorritw NatMt CommMI deeerlptkxn
\ j' .. In Part that "..* method seed rail, t. Me'lfIfnd'.I.7M a ........ of m. 14 11II111IIIK'"I .* .kl WaihnHoa. D C With H cam a personal,
to replae comrade t K>f.*.t.*. oranges, IH nwrrotu. by .toot, meets wlleh. 011 IMgeo.eral Tito ftrl_"*'oa 4 Pott CONNIt tee from McDermott to tell
a moot Utter problem tor 1,744 graoefraM, 204 ora*..o .M.loB bottot.TK .
: rsI pose **. left I Ltkrlad) at "f5 her how much tile President
Socialist democracy." A Froe by truck. ffl,40i grap ratt, 44, SJMOtln will be I' 4* lilt
... oraa. 4, 241 iaa..rlAM, t, will a (teh." f f'f"rt rough appreciated her interest and
I = iiIiiI\ CommvnUt 4tfattoa i* sw tIf III the Lagk Memorial.....*. '
the rlho' arrival Ita0re.M her offer of
items assistance.
444 morroMS total lot,I 05eu"
ot w for dtsotssfa** as fttt 0(811 of ,,"'sea..1IIIeIe.
..... __ __ ..:era. .. nrit, 9X 21 oranges, 14* were cheered. I by the Armed with lots of ''Vot
.- ---- -- --- -- sam ..*. Pest oM ejMitflod I peeple base
1,444 moreoir bra thenaMs lining the streets for LBJ' material" Barbara
A baaUa commnwc d.lega. taagertn bees uu.s to.ire eM
SHUFFLEBOARD CLUB COMING DOWN-Tho 20-yesr-old Downtown Sh..ff* lOll! arrived Hobday MctJt for I I>I.. 'ocal of IN.... rose ameMmenu, and al th." olooitl Plaza, organized a youth group and
board C ab building, located in City Park. i. being rated te open the way for a beautiH- the same II'POM and is It tie t"e. e Y rvevtpu, 71,zn AU IA( 'JI' are arced where'r'/ nrbnt" Iml'Nrobs.I H bas don a lot of work, ac
getters program The club nt moved to new quarter >n the T*." Home at Third fehowed in t dfolecat.1 t".1t&I1ar4 rrapI' 1"7.192 '.nr....'! '" 'f, 1/1ea4 ud 'I.Dlr&liWtc lOa W .. *'' Jl'r'l" for a -I BKt, ,
Av*, F NW where the city remodeled the patio area and halt) I ihwffleboard c Lo aauaes a '-r.oa'f JJ,')J ,) tcxes: L.r11.11 ed rt '." '"ontliNMd Ca Page I, Cot J)

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Flood Waters -

Dear Abby.: ,

ThreatenYugoslavia One Woman's Secret ,.

Abigail Van Huron r Col. Karl Slover ? -- y

DEAR ABBY I I. for <'ne, agree with voti Dl:AR ABBY: Re confessing infidelity to
n i i, G HAD E, Yugoslavia 100 per cent when you say that a husband and one's mate: I agree with you wholeheartedly, PRESENTS
(tIP) continuing rain today wife should not tell everything Just to clear their Abby II has been said "The truth shall set you
brought danger of new floods own consciences First of all, It doesn't make frl'e" Rubbinh! The truth has enslaved me. 1would
northern Yugoslavia, where the sin any less. so why hurt someone by con give everything I own never to hive heard
floodwaters In two provinces already > tensing? A few years ago I became a restless my wire's "confession.; Sign me, SOUTHERN AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISES
have caused $4 million In housewife. and thought (hat an affair with another
man was the answer to everything So, A MAN IN PASADENA
damago and claimed
many after becoming Involved, I became niefnant
lives, pl e e r e
That woke me and I broke off with him without
The official death count in the telling him why Instead, : vowed t lo be a DEAR ABBY: So now you are giving
provinces of Croatia and Slovenia better t wire and mother, and worked toward spiritual advice' Who ire you to My that a
stood at 4, but unofficial that end and prayed daily for forgiveness, We husband and wife should l not confetti the sin i of
reports said as many as 18 per. now have a little daughter My huxlxind worships unfaithfulness to one another When one has
sons were dead. It was the the ground she walk on, and she idolizes broken his marriage vows, the only way to
worst flood In the area since him. We have other (children but there seemsto wipe the slate clean is to make a full confession
1933. be a cloenes between this little girl and her lo the spouse and ask forgiveness from the
Rain fell during the night in 'Daddy" that does not exiHt between any of the wronged one If my mate ban sinned against
parts of Slovenia, adding to the others So why break his heart by telling him ME, it In to ME that he should confess, and It
discomfort of roof that she Is nut his child This secret Is between I is MY forgiveness he needs in order to tops and creating refugees a threat on of God and me, and it will always be that way soul. 1 think you should print a retraction
Abby. Man read advice
people your and take
further rises in the republlc'i COULD NEVER TELL you seriously,

swollen rivers, .
A two-week period of heavy "SAVED" IN JOPLIN
rain sent the Sava River over DEAR ABBY: Of all the despicable pooplo
protective dikes Monday In Zag. I will ever have lo contend with deliver me DEAR SUED: I Mill believe that a ronfesslon .
reb, the capital of Croatia and from the "kiss and tell" hypocrite. Confessions that will\ hurt an Innocent party should be
clear the conscience withheld There are beUer ways to mike restitution. fir .
the second largest city In Yugo. lo ? Baloney! Mont cn.ifes- .
Prayer, keeping a silent vow never to repeat
. are motivated by a wilful desire to Injurean h
innocent the art a special measure of klndnem andrnnnllrrallon. !
Nine feet of water swirled party guilt transference and the
wish to boast.Confession. : The punishment If rrrater when
through Zagreb's streets today to God Is good Likewise, the guilt Is born In silence by the guilty one. ;
and 70,000 of its con There ,Is ; ( I
470,000 POpulation fession lo a clergyman Even to the bartender nothing about cleansing one's
sought safety In the hills. conscience In (the tears of another /
the baiber
or But never to one who will be _
Rescue boats and helicopter hurt to hear II. a
r e r e
continued to pick up household. To have nn affair is one thing It If wrong, n BIG
ers who had climbed to their to be sure But It is a human weakness and the Troubled? Write to ABBY. Box 611700 Los SEETHE
roofs for safety Monday night, flesh is weak Hut to Inflict pain on an innocentperson Angeles, Calif For a personal reply, enclose a
the official Tanjug news agency needlessly, Is quite another Christ: has' stumped, Bclf-addrcBsed envelope.
reported Zagreb was "full of been known to forgive c the adulterer t i"Go I forth, C e r e
lifeboats. There are still sever and sin no more "I> But Christ had no good 1965 WILSON
al hundred people who are still message for the hypocriteWho For Abby's booklet, "!low To Have A Lovely
on the roofs," am I" I'm the guy who once confessed Wedding" send 50 cents to Abby Box (C9700,
to his wife his
The situation Improved in Los Angeles Calif
Zagreb during the night when
f M."ht Syndlc.l. Inc 1964
the river's 17-foot rise leveled 1
off, But Slovenia, where It was
raining, Is upriver from Zagreb. I
Of Pilot Club Are Honored 4,4

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Birch Society LT1

Founder's Day program, world war and of its restoration told how Pilot International first
Plans Meeting during which charter membersand through the efforts of Pilot went to Canada, then In 1948 FREEThe
former presidents of the International. to Honolulu; then came sister
Tomorrow Nigh Winter Haven Pilot Club were "Money, food medicines and clubs In Paris, the British Isles,
honored, was held last night at school supplies poured in from Tokyo and Bermuda
The Winter Haven Chapter of the regular October dinner at Pilots from all over the world. "Today there are 461 clubs
the John Birch Society will meet Park restaurant Then the village cathedral was with more than 14,000 members.The .

tomorrow night at 7:30 at Hank Mrs. Clarice Halzllp, chair. restored and the yawning, service rendered by these
Corsmeler's office at 120 West man of the Pilot membershipand bombed out windows were replaced clubs Is vast, and It Is of a ALL THIS WEEK!

Central Av. Information committee, directed with sacred scenes In highly rewarding nature." Fabulous "Rock.O-Plane" .
All members are urged to the program, which out stained glass. Now there Is a Mrs. Lucy DuCharme told
attend this very Important meet lined the founding and historyof Pilot Square in the restored how "Pilots have always dared

Pilot International, as the village." dream. The dream of the Win. Chills DON'T FORGET THE BIG
organization on the local level. Mrs. McKenney added this is ter Haven Pilots was a scholarship Thrills and + .
Ing.Scouts Miss Grace Bullock,coordinating only one Instance where Pilot house at Florida State Uni F or ,
PlanExplorer committee chairman, gave "Hands and Hearts United In verslty. In 1963 Pilot Scholar-
the Introduction to the program. Service" has given needed helpon ship House was dedicated In HALLOWEEN
Mrs. J. D MacCalla openedthe an International scale Tallahassee, and today there ,
program telling how Pilot "Service Is the reason for are 22 girls who are student
PostBoy International was established being to Pilots," was the pri- residents." COSTUME CONTEST
"b? a group of 40: ,olhE'n'whQ mary thought pointed out by Mrs. Halzllp told of the beginning
gathered In Macon,Ca.,, In October Mrs. jo Burr She said "ser' 6f the Winter Haven club In
Scout Troop 555 will 1921, pledging themselvesto vice being the goal of Pilot 1948 and Introduced the charter At Northgate Shopping Center
hold a meeting at 7'II p.m. 'steer a true course ever'". was the major reason for the members who today are still
Wednesday at the Scout House She said by May, 1922, five expansion of the club." She active In the club. They are Miss -

located at Ave K, NW for the clubs had been formed from this ., .. ....... Rotha Douglas, Mrs. Nellie 3 P.M. Saturday Oct. 31st
purpose of organizing an Explorer original meeting, and the first Barber, Miss Elsie Kirk, Mrs.
Pout according to convention was held that year. .; HOSPITAL MacCalla, Mrs. Catherine Me Age Group I to 7 Years and 7 to 14 Years
\ "
Robert Reese Scout advisor At this gathering the club r Anulty, Mrs. Mimi Dice, Mrs.
All Boy Scouts In the area emblem, the Pilot wheel, and McKenney, Mrs. Esther Me- TWO
are eligible and are urged to the club colors of green and } NEWS Quarrle, Mrs. Doris Scar- Double Octopus PRIZES For Each
attend. gold were chosen"greenbe- brough, Mrs. Ruby Snead and

Troop 555 Is sponsored by cause it Is the color of life MONDAY'S! ADMISSIONS! Mrs. Jo Burr Past presidentsof Group Winner. $2500 SAVINGS
the St Paul Episcopal Church and gold which signifies sincerity Winter Haven the local club were also BONDIFREE
and the Winter Haven Rotary of purpose. Mrs. Joseph A. Baker, Baby
Mrs. MacCalla followed the The history and highlights of
Club. club Ralph E. Brown II, Lawson the Winter Haven club were
history through thedepres
COMING SOON soon years and up until 1939 M. Wimberly Mrs Clyde E. given by Mrs. Catherine Me I PAN CAKE DAY SATURDAYPANCAKES
"YOUR CHEATING HEART" where "there were 38 clubs and Foster, Mrs James R. Faulkner Anulty. She told how the local I
STORY OF HANK WILLIAMSA more than 2,000 members." Mrs. Cyrus M Anderson, Pilots had organized the Lakeland .
Miss Vera Oehlberg emphasized Mrs. Rose Burdorf Miss Cynthia and Sarasota clubs as wellas
until town's t plea where, the basic nature of a A. Broussard. Mrs. the first Anchor Club, a ALL THE YOU CAN EAT! !
If you don't know wh.t'i going I Winter Haven High service club,
Pilot as "one who enjoys help- Charles E. Moore Mn Thomas
on. nothing .ItTONIGHT Ing others.One who really wants W. Griffith, hilts Iva Lynn and later the Auburndale
to be of service" She also Anchors. She also reported on
IS Till NIGHT Monies, Mrs Harry L. Kmt-
TO .O OUT TO THE MOVIISICoHtlmiom told how the club Code of Ethics nor, Mrs Fairy M. Reaves, the origin of the successful
Pilot Bread Day and how this
came Into being. It was evolved
Thomas E. Helms, Percey M.Lester. .
she said, by Mrs Pearl has been adopted by other Flo
Sparks who was president of the Mrs. Charles S. Wilson Ida clubs, with the Plant City

Florence, Ala., club, and was Pilots being the most recent
Shewi from 2 p.m. Lake Hamilton club to ask for assistance In
put together as this Pilot traveled -
TODAY & WEDNESDAY to the national convention a Mrs Eunice Acree. planning a Bread Day In their
short time after Pilot Interna- lake Males community. The local club NORTH
AT 2;10 4:40 i;SO / OSTHURS..FRI..SAT tional was founded. Howard M Balliett. Mrs. McAnulty said, has "sev Sf GATE

Mrs. Ruby McKenney explained Auburndale eral times been chosen as the
how "Pilots are joined Mrs. Leroy Narramore. Honor Club of the Year In Flo I '
together In community ser Mrs Frank Viktorin, Oscar rida.
D IAnni? SUI9INEPLESHEi1E[ [ vice." She told the story of Howard Sr.. Mrs. Olin L. Dai- The program was concludedby
Mrs. Irma Roubos who
a French village accidentally
Roy J. Day.
destroyed through bombing by Barlow the Impressive Code of

FAn the allies during the second Mrs. Jessie! O Perlman. Ethics Mrs. of Myrtle Pilot Lawrence International., club SHOPPING CENTERWinter

IS THEIIUNTER Eagle: Lake president, presided at the meet-
Poll Watchers Mn. Marvin T. Myers. Ing and Introduced guests at
e e e the dinner. These Included
School SlatedTomorrow MOMMY'S! DISMISSLS: members of the Lakeland Pilot Haven's Number 1 Shopping Center

..iIIII-ae(1.-( .. Winter listen Club and members of the Au.
WlmIl Mm Karen L Barker burndale Anchors.October .

Iu11GRE1Rllf fi IIIffilX[ $ Clarence C. Dyer Mrs. Net
:._ A Poll Watchers School will Alway Plenty 01 Free
be held tomorrow evening at Harvey tie O Goode Mn, Mrs Harry Mamie King E Born Parking Not A Meter In Sight!

7:30 o'clock at the Haven Hotel
Mrs. II W McDonald Master
in Winter Haven under Drivers Must
sponsorship ONE-DERFUL
Motcalf Mrs Blanche SHOPPING
WAIT PISXEf! FUN FOR All! of Campaign the Polk Committee.County Republican Vaughn, Kimberly Ann Yales Renew LicensesThe HEADQUARTERSFollow

Fun!Muslc! ,r The Telephone Committee as. Lake Hamilton

Laughter! alcnmenls and other ElectionDa Lionel Bradley American Legion Tag
) duties will also be discus Frostproof Agency warned today that all
t tI tI sod, George Allen, ballot security Mrs Charles T. Jenkins persons born In an even year In
officer for the Republican Lake Wales the month of October must renew -
I Committee, will conduct the Wayne D. Patch Raymond their licenses ty SaturdayOct. The Crowd Where There's Fun And Excitement All Week.
lass. E Sherrer 31, when they expire.
Similar meetings are being AuburndaleMrs The Tag Agency Is now located
held In the lames cit and Par- James R. Wright and In the Legion Memorial > Touchton Drugs Fremac'sAce
I tow areas Thursday nlghl. Infant boy Robert L Smith. Home, 300 Ave. M, NW.

BRISTOL. Tenn Republican

RGsEadI RESTAURANT SPECIAL Goldwster presidential contending nominee Sen President Barry Hardware Publix

WEDNESDAY NIGHT Johnson wants more than vie
tory In the elections:
HAVEN DALE STEAK SPECIAL "He wants to be crowned"
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Judy Garland |The Weather--Local, State And Nationall


Faces Child 70to

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Custody SuitSANTA /

MONICA, Calif. (UPI) flil' COL....... r WE
Witnesses at a child custody OGD :
hearing now In progress in Silo
perlor Court have sketched a
portrait of Judy Garland, show.
tog her as a heavy drinker anda FAII. .. [ f1 1.Ita
user of barbiturates. .q YOU TO
Superior Judge Orlando H.
Rhodes was scheduled to bear "
additional testimony today In
the petition by producer Sid 90RRJN
Luft for custody of the couple's
children Lorna, 11, and Joseph
9 pending outcome of a JOIN OUR
divorce suit. e '
The judge planned to meet
with the children in his cham. 4 rlwG.(? r
bers before the hearing re. ...: \
sumes. / -,1 _
The hearing was recessed
Monday night after witnesses MOSTLY FAIR Most of the nation will enjoy air skies and balmy temperatures Light FIRSTCHRISTMAS
testified Miss Garland, now in rain Is forecast for some sections of the Mississippi Valley with snow flurries expected In
London, drank heavily, used eastern Oregon. The northern tier states will continue to enjoy Indian summer weather. Some
barbiturates, once tried to Jump rain Is expected over Florida and the central Cult Coast region

from a hotel window, and many
times spoke to the children "ina Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK TemperaturesBy
loud and Intoxicated voice."
One of the witnesses was the PANHANDLE Partly cloudy through tomor United Press International
singer's former manager,Vern. row High today 82 to 88.Northeast
on J. Alves, who testified that Partly cloudy and mild to to east winds 10 to 20 miles
In May, 1961, she tried to leap day, tonight and Wednesday. A per hour. Low High
from a window of a hotel in few showers likely tonight.High
Albuquerque 43 611
Philadelphia. today 72 to 78, low tonight 54 J
Atlanta 411 70 !
Ahes said Miss Garland had to 60. East to southeast winds
10 to 20 miles hour.NORTH Senate Group Birmingham 47 Ta
completed an engagement and per Boston 41 S3 CLUB
began drinking. He said she ChiCago 54 70
was "running around without
Cleveland 41 72
any clothes on. from room Denver n '71
to room." Partly cloudy through Wed Warns IndustryOn Detroit 49 '74 .
He said she was "screamingand nesday. Some showers likely Jacksonville 61 75
accusing everyone of every. mainly on Wednesday. High today Kansas City 114 S3
thing. near 80, low tonight In the Lot Angeles 114 49 Give Santa Claus
"I spent most of my time try. 60's. East and southeast winds TV ViolenceWASHINGTON Miami 74 .4
to'catch 10 to 18 millS hour.
Ing her and she was per Miami Reach 1S 'I't' A
bouncing off the wall," he con. 113 sa '
Twin Cities
tlnued. "The last thing I did NORTHEASTPartly (UPI) A New Orleans 04 80 Some Help For 1965
was catch her before she got Senate subcommittee today New York 54 78
out the window, and threw her cloudy through Wed- warned the television Industry Orlando se 12
down on the couch" nesday. Some showers likelyby to cut the amount of violenceand U 71
Another witness, Albert Paul, Wednesday. High today near crime on its programs or Phoenix Philadelphia 51 84 Santa's little helper is here. It's our brandnew
former hairdresser for the star, 80, low tonight in the 60's. face possible congressional In. 37 75SL
testified that during a concert Northeast to east winds 10 to 20 terventlon.In Raleigh Louis 53 '71 Christmas Club and we'd like to
Miss Gar. miles hour. Interim the Sen.
tour three years ago, per an report, San Francisco 511 64
land would "pack a basket con. ate subcommittee on juvenile 40 52 have You "
Seattle join right now. can
laming her personal belongingsfour CENTRAL delinquency prodded the Indus Tampa 64 15 you prepare
- bottles of white wine and try to "substantially reduce the Washington 44 'Ie for Christmas of 1965 by putting a
an Ice bucket." Partly cloudy through Wed. violence and crime which todayIs away

In May of 1962, Paul testified, nesday. Some showers likely fed the nation's children as certain amount each week ( it's easier that
Miss Garland telephoned him Wednesday. High today 82 to an all too steady diet."
and said she had taken too 86, low tonight In the 60'.. "Effective self.pollclng Is the ) and when the cheery Yuletide
many pills He said he notified Northeast to east winds 10 to desirable approach to this prob. GOP Has More way season

her London agent who had her 20 miles per hour lent which poses so clear a arrives presto! you've a prepaid
taken to a hospital. threat to both our present and ,
Attorney Herbert Schwab, SOUTH our future," the report said. Christmas.
representing Miss Garland who "Hut the patience of congress, Poll Workers I
was not at the hearing, object. Partly cloudy through Wednesday though considerable, Is not end.
ed to much of the testimony by with brief local showers less." There're several choices for you in our
the three witnesses being too likely. High today 80 to (4, The subcommittee said It had
remote. Rut the judge ruled the low tonight In the '10'.. Northeast under consideration several Christmas Club. That's so you can pick one I
testimony was admissible. to east winds n to 20 legislative proposals designed to McConkeyPolk
However, several times the miles per hour spur the networks Into better especially suited to your family budget w
Judge asked Luffs attorney, programming. The report saidno '
Saul Bernard, to show the re. legislation n *wild be Intro. County GOP leaders Come in and make your choice right now.You'll .
latlonshlp between the testl. Day School To dured at this time, but the In. charge today that T. D. flyman, '
and the children. The be did.
) estimation was continuing. who Is required to staff the 90 glad you
youngsters were absent during found "thata
The Senate group county precincts for the general
yesterday's testimony. relationship has been conclusively election Nov. 3 "was all wet"In
-------- established between
Stage PageantThe stating he couldn't |*t enouth
CASTRO TAKES OATH televised crime and violenceand Republican workers for the election.
sntt.social attitudes and .
Castro-of Tucson Ar'' to behavior among juvenilelew. George McConkey Polk County
Im "
middle grades of the ers
Executive Com
the oath of office Monday as manuel Lutheran Day School of The Investigation began In' mlttee Republican chairman, said 8< new
United States ambassador to El Inwood will present a pageant 19S4. At that time and again af. names of Republicans qualifiedand
Salvador showing the main events of the ter the 1961.62 season, the In. willing to work were submitted 1
The new ambassador, a Mexican Protestant Reformation Satur. dustry asked for a chance at to Hyman .'
by birth who became a naturalized day evening at 7 o'clock. s 1 f.regulatlon through Its "Yet Hyman assigned GOP
U.S. citizen in 1939. Is Plans are to present the "code of good practice," But workers to only 78 precincts II
a former Judge of the Arizona scenes outdoors In the quad. the subcommittee reported it and many of these name were
Superior Court. rangle at the school and chapel, still did not find any reductionof former workers. Only 29 of the
He Is not related to the vice 1449 34th St., NW. violence and crime 18 new names were used by Hyman
premier and defense minister of The classes chosethisprnject Chairman Thomas J, Dodd, ," McCutikey said K
Communist Cuba Raul Castro in dranatM( as a replacementf D.Conn., said the National As. Under Florida law anytime i it
Ruz, a brother of Cuban Premier :- the 'st: ar "tnks ':r solution of Broadcasters' both parties are presented on the
Fidel Castro. treats" -: Hall:>ween evening. NAB) code "is violated with ballot both parties are to have
Impunity." representatives working In the
"There has been no ..ubltan.tlal precincts
overall change In the de. Stressing the Interest shown
gre of violation between 1961 In this election by Republican,
and 1964," he said. McConkey pointed out that 314 +
"The NAB code Is drawn up others have consented to serveas
so that It appears to be the pro.erblal official poll watcher Inaction
'Mailed fist.' But Its to the (8 nominated as poll
impart+ has been that of the workers or inspectors.
reh -----
The Industry's) claim that
this ode Is an ..fI.cttv.llthlrl8 Ike's Letter
annot be substantiated In light
of the evidence of chronic via Asks VotersTo

lotion Network programming poll Aid Barry !
ties which deliberately call for

T Insertion violence., crime and WASHINGTON UPI) The ...... 1I I
brutality are hardly conduciveto
Republican National Committee
Cf/OOMG building respect for any central Monday released a campaign
authority within the Indut.
letter from former President
tr Dwight D. Eisenhower ad.dressed f'
MY OWN! --------
"To all voters, AA."
Mutual Funds and urging them to vets t for
FOOD. Sen. Barry M. GoMwaler.
Sales IncreaseMutual Headed "Dear friends," the
Ar letter said:
Funds of America an "Liberty u our most precious 1
possession. To keep It, we must !'
Atlanta 4>ase THAT'S HALF THE FUN reports that Its sales far the have a firm foreign polls, a
first nine months of the year toUl4 powerful military defense and a
AND THAT'S THE $11,302.000. This compares free economy we must pro. ,
with sales of n.8n,000 serve our moral and spiritual
for the same period and the heritage."Barry
This Is an increase GoMwater sharesthere
previous year.
I LIKE ABOUTMORRISON'S of 18 per c.... view and. : U dedicated Ukeeping

Richard R. Fetter,PresM.rt, HM peace ad preM
CAFETERIAEveryday cited two fuetemeiMal reason lag need the moral leadership we The Bank Bl You Can Always Depend On"

that's what more peopleare for 1.tM The taereatt large investor U beglMtaf "1 hope you will Jens HM tootlag

saying about Morrison's in Clear to plan more and more for Hm (or preeMknlSov. .
money into mutual tie.*.. The J.
water Winter Haven New Orleans, Mmter of orders ret4v for ".ae.reiy, DwtfM D. Been ExcHangeNATIONAL

and the other important cities quadrupled.ItVOOO or more kas more .*a II w tr."

throughout the Southeast. 2. WI'Abu entered three ad now has II ufftte M five sVxMfe.taster .

s..... e' I S.ed.t't dtttonal states to tile first sine stale.
lit. S.t.ce. $1.06 fAf cwffi runDewvtow months of lt 4. The new states The manager of the Winter
Filet "' 17... I nww MgMe. 0.. 11 M ewMIs are Alabama, North Carolina Haven office is Jobs w. Mane
11 c..4 5;,.... .A pmsu pi SfIeIIII ties All and South Carolina. The firrr ha/- WITH THUST z I

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Tuesday October 27

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Winter Haven Daily News.Chief Today's Letters To The EditorDear

Pal AlertBy
W E RYNiftSON Editor.PublitHor Project

- JOHN W RYNEftSON As.i..nl I. the Publicist Editor seats could be distributed. The

f '.bli."... daily Irrupt I SeUrdayl. by the Winter Hav.n CommentaryBy The coming presidential elec. method that is used allows 27 Dear Many Editors thanks for printing the

Publithma c... Inc 12* led. S.,..., N.VY.. Winter Have. Florida tlon should Is be one eager in which to vote everyone The Issues per cent of the population to Inspiring eulogy of Herbert Hoo MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Rei.

elect a majority of the House. ver in your Oct. 20 Issue We
CHARLES &OSHORN General Manege PETER KNOX that are being discussedmay
While no Individual or all mourn the passing"01 a llreatm Analyst
JACK BEAHAN Attocieto Ed,**, United Press International seem a confusing and group, whether legislator or an and world leader" in the
Tlor LONDON (UPI) -The decl. irrelevant at times but the basic a accusations. Strange

PETER J. SULLIVAN ....,.."... M.aager Ion of Prime Minister Harold controversy should be apparentto voters can foresee all possible cause of Justice and mercy. He JOHN Q. PUBLIC
Wilson's Labor government to all. contingencies, all possible population had deep compassion for people WANTS TO KNOW With over a hundred i.,, e.:

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE cancel proposed Anf lo Spanish For 32 years we have been witness shifts and therefore in need especially children The attacks upon all patriotiC good subversive organisations n, the

Y honnoi I I Aitoci.tti. Inc Chicege. III naval exercise threatens to to both major Polltcial Parties write an apportioning article everywhere societies may prove to attack be t att..r United States named as sidle i r.,

Inter, d a. Se.orid Clan Mill Matter Sept. 4. l4 .1 the Pod Office embitter relations between the being under the dominationof which would be forever effect He believed that the success thing 11.for The those societies under under attack slve, WHY have eighty Ametuu\

,in Win.., H..... Florid. under act of March ?, l7/ two countries. the twin evils of communismand tive, a good article clear and and Influence of the United States a time main. business men been orgam/f

t Official sources here re. socialism, but by virtue of specific in its apportioning was firmly based upon the high have for a lone rotten to the under Arthur Larson and he.vii;
ideals and strong religious faith tamed things were to attack
//pi MEMtER AUDIT BUREAU malned silent on the reasons be. the initiative, foresight and un formula and yet with enough nation's capital. financed American pas
of the of Amer at our
\ great majority core Societies who
bro hind the decision. But well-qual. tiring labor of a courageous flexibility to provide for most and recent trlotlc wish r If
not 'CI'IT' OF CIRCULATIONS iced political sources said It leader, we have a choice between (leans, and the intelligent use of Past happenings uphold our Constitution, an 1 (j..
\ be written. the point.John
contingencies can well
our ever increasing knowledge events may prove from
fend America Comrrutmi
flo ... clearly reflected Labor's well. going on convergence
This is the kind that has had a deep
Tel known hostility to the with communism or restoring only we, He had hope that one day this Q. Public influence? Are they SCARE[)
MEMBER governmenl the voters of Florida should country will lead the way to suspicion for a long time thatthere
our to the
da of Generalissimo Francis. government Walter Jenkins was right hail
Act.v. Member, UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL approve. permanently defeating the forces might possibly be some
American of
Christian free
llv NATIONAL EDITORIAL The United Pre.t enMled t. t". wire co Franco. way This apportionment amend that produce war and want. In kind of a political "Mafia" that man to President Johnson \In< ,

.. ."lIulion of all!! local ..... printed Wilson and other labor dom.Have government and over 25 years. Does Freshen
ASSOCIATION ( ment is still In the courts and this spirit he created the Institute controls our
'i; we lost our faith as a John
pr In /hit newtpeper et well et ell UP. spokesmen made it plain In highest officials.To Johnson expect Q. Futile
I Hal nation under God and be Inoperative. But it presents of War and Revolution,whichis many of our
ye NJwDepatck.s., the put that they did not be. are ready to they seek an. to believe that after 25 yens
lleve Britain should have any surrender to atheism and slavery an opportunity for voters to now a center of study and support their point questions. close association with Waite

: ADVERTISING DEADLINE close military or naval ties ? I know that the "liberals" show their disapproval of the learning.The swera to the Presidents following! and legIslators Jenkins, he did not know that t

soi CLASSIFIED CCPARTMENTDv : with Franco cannot see this, nor do they realize malapporUonment it would contrast between your ar Are our arrested by
Spain Jenkins was Wash.
the Werd e P.M. Previeui D.y. By the Inch: ) P.M. Previout D.,. tide on Herbert Hoover and threatened with repris
Mf l.a.1 I Notice S P.M. Pre,ieui Day. Sunday Edition Deedlini: Friday. The Labor attitude can be that they have been an provide. The League of Women Major Long's statements about als If they talk? Ington police in 19S9 on a !iis
traced back to the accessory to the theories of Voters vote on orderly conduct (
.j DISPLAY DEPARTMENT party's pol. urges a no the former Governor of Illinois, When former President Truman pervem)

pa Sundey Ed..iun-I P.M. Thurtdey; Monday Ed.Hen-3 P.M. Fndey; Icy In the 1936-39 Spanish Civil Marx and Lenin ever since they Amendment No.1.Amendment. Adlai Stevenson, Is so great It Is was asked WHY he fired charge, and again on OCtober

di TueiJay Ed,don-Noon Saturday: W.dnoidiy' Thurtdey end FndeyIdiiiei : War when It sympathized with came to power. we would urge hard to Imagine the same editor General MacArthur, he replied 2, 1964 for Indecent exposure?

td ,-3 F.M. Two Days in Advance. the Republican cause. However, motivated by their you to vote In favor of are can have read both articles.Hoo "They made me do it". WHO It Is a safe bet the adminlsti a.

fu ... Diplomatic sources said that own distortions they go gaily, Nos. 5 6 and 13. Amendments do It? Who are THEY tlon will find ways to keep Jenkins .
M.", ,,, Souther N. "" Publithin Anecietion borrowing and and"parroting" ver viewed the world with wisdom made him
w Membe Florida P.... Aitecietion now that Labor Is In power spending 5 and 6 permit the voters of and sober hope based on Former President Elsenhow under cover from now or

again after 13 years, its strong the designs and counties mentioned to to have the State until after the election, and per.
the 8 years of experience. Major Long er promised
r. TELEPHONE CYp"... 1.JIYl I antl.Franco bias Is likely to propaganda of their socialistic permanently.WHY .
dreamers, setting aside our Constitution decide if they wish to have the writes that Stevenson, with the Department Investigated as to haps
throw a new strain on Anglo Is this administrate
Infiltration.Soon after

Si 1 A For Today Spanish relations These alreadyare the United to meet Nations the Charter.We demandsof county appointed.school These superintendent amendmentsdo approval Johnson of ,Presidents advocates Kennedyand turning Communist his election he Issued two training Indonesian guerilla

Thought troubled by the Gibraltar "our orders cancelling suchan fighters HERE In the United
problem. emerged from the second not affect Polk County. It armed forces, our flag, executive Investigation. WHO made States? The Pentagon at firs
our courts our churches
World War victor and would fair to let the ,
a a seem only
The row over the naval ma. our schools" over to the United him do It? denied, and later on affirmed
world power to which all nations voters of those counties decide
"For above all principality (rule and authority) neuvers was seen by thesesources Nations. What rubblshl WHO were our high governmental they were being trained here.
looked for In the
leadership how want to settle
as potentially the first then asks how officials the assassinated Indonesia has sworn to Invade
tl and power, and might, and dominion, and every named move In a series of exchanges struggle for freedom, but 40 per this matter. President Major Long Kennedy and now Dictator Trujillo of the Domini Australia, New Zealand, Malaya

that is named not only in this (age) but also in that could bring AngltxSpanlsh cent of the total population Is now Amendment 13 the Sara. President Johnson could tolerateand clan Republic carriedonhlssec and the Phllllplnes, In time. Yet'
behind the curtain of
relations to a new low. Certainly spiritualand sots amendment Is again a Mr. Stevenson?Major ret list, as asking from $5,000to we help! their enemies. Strange?
e that (age and world) which it to come. Eph. 1 :11 economic slavery, largely approve
Spanish claims to Gibraltar local amendment. Freeholdersof Long states that Barry Gold- $75,000 for assistance to Tru Wednesday October 14, 19C4
This indicates a work satisfactorily completed are likely to be pressed. through the Ignorance of gullible Fulton Lewis over radio fron
t' the county have already approved water "would never deceive the jlllo? General Espalllat, thelor.
leaders who their
and a reign victoriously Newspapers here are discuss. put dependencein this change In applica American people In this manner mer Chief of Staff of Trujillo Washington made this statement
communist minds.
U r begun.Dr.. Albert L. Carnett Ing the possibility that the WII. We make no advance againstour tion of homestead exemptionfor He will choose real Amer. Is in Canada. He is denied permission "I have seen with my own elesa .

son government will take a school tax purposes only. icans.( who love and believein to enter the United confidential governmental secret

a "tough" line with Spain, and enemy because we chooseto A vote "yes" will give the our America, our Constitution States and tell the story beforeour report dated October 2, 1964.
accept them as our political
not soft-pedal its anti Franco there were 800 groundtoair .
,. House of Congress. He was stating
a News Chief Editorials feelings in the Interests of com. ers.educational and religious advis voters desire.of that county what Sir, the logical meaning In Interviewed this year by Dean missiles In Cuba reach
merclal relations. such a statement is that Stevenson Wanton's daughter, Marilyn for use, and 40 medium range
They Infest our State Depart. We that all citizens will
Political sources here said hope missiles. This brings
Is not a real American; Manlon. WHY does our State up a
i What Other Editors Are Saying. the commercial question was ment, they are accepted Into our take the time to study all 13 he does not love and believeIn Department not want this story few questions. Does the President -
colleges and universities In the
one, however which mightforce amendments The outcome U
America and its Constitution told? Why Is he denied permission ever see reports
40 MILLION SIT ON SIDELINES the Labor policy plannersto name of academic freedom. Imp ; and that the same appliedto to enter the United States? he does, WHY does he insist

B Long before Nov. 3 a president is going to win or think twice before pushing They are Invited Into our rtant.Mrs.. James Yount, President Kennedy and now A Soviet defector came to the that Castro presents no menaci
churches National
too hard against Spain.At by President applies to President Johnson. United States. He stated that to the United States?
lose. He will be defeated or elected without a ballot Churches as well as Into our
a time when Britain needs League of Women Surely Hoover and Goldwaterand there were 14 Soviet spies in Fellow Americans, 0 V R

cast. Forty million spectator Americans, so reportsthe to step up Its exports, Labor seminaries with their siren song Voters of Polk County every newspaper editor must our State Department. WHY is HOUSE IS ON FIRE and some
of and Bah
Detroit News, are unregistered, and they will tip clearly would not want to losea what peace a mockery.Now have nothing but contempt for this man not permitted to go of us refuse to believe it. It

market where British sales such unfair and before the House of the American people would only .
an poisonous Congress
the scales in the election
their absence
forthcoming by are expanding and now we are told that there I.a Is
are attack upon Presidents Kennedyand and name these men? AWAKEN, read and think
from the polls. worth more than $168 million a group of 80 "stalwarts of thestaple" Dear Editor Johnson and Ambassador WHY has not the author of "A we could all easily clean out this

Much is said about the idealism of youth. Many year. with a $500,000 who are program coming to really forth. Your readers will be hearing Stevenson. Texan Looks at Lyndon", J. terrible mess In Washington a

The an11-Spanish attitude of on radio and on TV and In If you reread the eulogy of Evetts Haley been sued for slander November.
have deplored the the oldsters leave worldin expose the Radical Right (extremists
way a messy Labor earlier this year caused the about the National
press Hoover, and then read Major IF the contents of his book "Lord, what fools these r or.

which the rising generation must dwell. Some glaring Spain to break off talks on a along with their and "Hate conservatives Clubs"of) Council for Civic Responsibilityof Long's article, perhaps you will are untrue? Not a single per. tals be." Shakespeare, Mil-

discrepancies are evident in this theory when we naval building deal worth more the air. the Public Affairs Institute. feel that a change in conserva son mentioned In the book has summers Night's Dream.Act 11.

than $56 million. According to They air their crltque over live columnists is merited. ever Issued a denial! of the 'Sc.2.01fYOURTELEVISION.
survey the fact that of 27 million young adults ((21-29 some sources, this attitude de. Welcome Indeed, If they see WGTO (and they were quoted Rutheled B. Wolter

years of age) half of these do not exercise their precious stroyed Britain's chances of that according to the FCC have"fair. over WFTV Orlando In an editorial DIAL
ness program" we equal
winning other orders for mill. on Oct. 19)I )
voting privileges. tary equipment time to reply to them. Dear Editor:

There is no greater right in our country than the This was the subject of bitter Help put America bark on her have written to Rep. James In a recent letter to the Editor WDIO.YY WFLA.YY WFTY.YY WTYT TYChasedl4

debate In the house of com. feej! by voting for Barry Cold- Haley to check on this commit. signed by "Night Owl," it was Chesssl5 Chessell Cheswlll
right to vote. Great Americans for 188 have
years mono Conservative MP's have water i. tee. I quote from his replYI stated that a broadcast coming CIS NIC AIC CII

given their time, their fortunes, their very lives to threatened to raise the Issue J. Lynn tr Heed "I have been to the Libraryof out of Cuba has been calling Odesde Temp. Orieede Tempe

preserve this freedom for us. Dare we endanger OUI'country again when Parliament recon. Congress to check. They have Mr. Goldwater a Fascist I

venes In November. Dear Editor; no listing (for this committee) would like to add a few wordsto Tuesday NIGHT Oct. 27
and ourselves TV citizens too
by becoming
"Night Owl's" statement
The League of Women Voters but they did tell me that the so-

lazy or too thoughtless! to move to register urges everyone to take a called Public Affairs Institute I.a is that will give your goose- 4 00-Newt N..... Sparti AIC Newt Pulse New.

liberal-oriented research center pimples, gooseplmples. iii l5-S".rh. Wther W.ether Newt, Weather Sports, Wth.r
There is choice to make this There is Almanac look
a year. a close at Amendment No.
Isn't It that the Communists 10 CBS
and is a private organization. strange 4: Newt NBC N.wi Aquanouti CBS N...
president to elect and a Congress to revitalize. Registernow. Apportionment of the FlorIda ." are calling Mr. Gold- 1:45-CaS: Newt NBC Newt Aquanauts CBS New

Do not let inertia defeat the of free By United Press International Legislature This amend water a Fascist? It is even
cause men. 7.00-Cer 64. Where Award Th..... Aquonautt Andy Griffith
-The Atlanta (Ga.) Times Today Is Tuesday Oct. 27, the ment does not allow even one. This committee have so named doubly strange that some of 7:1: IB- Are You Tunot of Aq......." Andy Griffith7:10Sl.tpry't .
301st of the Houses to be apportioned our religious bodies In Americaare
day of 1964 with 69 to fol. themselves that you and I are to GI.,," Combarl The Muniterl
PLEASE. NO MORE OF THAT HUMOR low according to population and assume that they receive their calling him the same thingin 7:45- People John Mill C., ,b.1I The MunsteraIOoSlatt.ry's

From Atlanta comes word that Georgia Democratic The moon Is at Its last quar. the senate Is far from being authority from the government their publications. What
strange bedfellows a campaign : Alec Guinea Combat! World War I IBIS
officials have become supremely confident again ter.The stars apportioned according to population or the public. At times they re. makes. Maybe we should all ask : People Award. Th..... Cembatl World War I IB
morning are Jupl.
after a bad scare a few weeks ago. So confident, in ter, Mars and Venus. geography or economic port their membership at one ourselves some questions? All :) -Red Shelton Award Theatre 'McHalo I Navy Red Skelton
Interests As it stands hundred Other reports state B:4S-Red Skeltan Award Theatre MeHel.> Navy Red Skelton
fact, that they're joking and punning. A couple of The evening stars are Saturn now 15 per crnt of the voters they have several hundred mem Communists are atheists Are
the Communists In America so f Red. Sutton Survive!
and Jupiter.On : The Tycoon Red Skelton
samples of the humor : "Our strength is no longer can elect a majority of the bers. But upon checking their
this day In history) members I find all desperate that they are using t:IS-Red Sk.lton Sur.i.el The Tycoon R.d Sk.I.."
being Goldwatered down" and "Everything's Hum Head of New York's Tamma. Senate they are Innocent clergymen to do their ':JO-Petticoat TWTWTW Peyton Piece Petticoat
liberals from the field of
The Senate districting plan poll. ':45- Junction TWTWTW .
work? And do not these religious No I Junction
Hall Boss Tweed
phrey, dory !I" Ugh t ny was art Is supposedly drawn "so tics, religion, education, economics
bodies who recklessly
up so -
rested on charges of defrauding and left-wing organizations. are I 1000: The Doctors t Election The Fugitive. N.k.d City
We've been confident Democrats all along and
at to provide equitable into
representation getting politics,
the 10:1 The
city. One of their leading mem IS- Nunn Specie! The Fugdi.e, Naked City
expect to remain so. But we hope those boys in At. In 1904, the first practical based upon similar hers Is Roy Wilkins of the realize they will probably lose 10:10-The Doctor I Election T ia. r-ua.i.vo. Naked CityTne

subway began operation In New economic I interests geographic their tax exempt status with the 10:45-: The Nunoi Specie! Fugitive' Naked CityI
lanta campaign better than they pun. They said a and S.A.A.C.P. Another Is Dr. Arthur Internal Revenue Service?
York.In area population.
wit supplied the punny lines above. We figure instead KIT before an enthusiastic To everyone who will give a Larson of Duke (the "lib.eral" After reading "Night Owl's" I :.00-N.wi New. Spt. Wtr Neodine Neon. Sport
reason friends of ours I IIS-Sporti. Wlhe. Tonight Shaw Eton.I, W'(her W'trier i'teralI .1II
of wit it two halves. Good heavens I They'vegot audience concert violinist Jas. little study to the Senate Dis letter, I turned Into this station.
one was took a son out of that unlver. I :30-Theetr. of Toniqhr Sh... Late Shaw Tueiday Night

us doing it now.Macon (Ga.) Telegraph cha llelfelt made his debut in trick, some glaring discrepancies ilty). Why don't you Another? Night Owl ":45- the Start Tonight Show Late Show Movi'

Carnegie Hall at the age of 18. will appear Populations

IASIC CAUSE In 1961, the General Assem. from 20,000 In the Wednesday MORNING Oct. 28
men never
Because live longer than certain any
women men, bly the United Nations adopt. smallest district to 411000 In
left wing groups. The reason Is (UPI Authorities
problems are created, say the scientists. Nonscientificmen ed olution by overwhelming. a res. the largest This Is not apportioning obvious-they are the left! We here have decided it Is 7:00-A'.no.' Teday Show "A.M."

could say that if women weren't such a problem, explode asking a SO megaton the Soviets bomb.A not.to according to popu are supposed to feel that they are time for Peter M. Luerutx to go 7Jo-7:1I-W.k..U: Morin, Teday Teday Skew Show N.lAeki., ., Evans "A.M."A.M:"'

males might live longer. -The Columbia (S.C.) State lation. concerned for civic responsibility. to traffic school! 7:4s-N.w. Wghu Teday Sh.w Meki., Evans "A.M."
thought for the day! Ted. In addition, economic interests Luerutz was ordered to the

dy Roosevelt said: "Speak soft are different In quite a school for traffic violators Mon L:Oo-c..in tday Sh.w Makie, Even Captain

few counties comprising single Gold. after Involved in 1:11Kill,,,.. Teday Skew M'eki. Evans Kanguee
ly and carry a big stick; you Like Gus Hall they fear day being a
IO-C.'n. '
DAILY CROSSWORD will go far." districts For example, Osceola water. But they don't seem concerned minor collision. lie Is 97 years :45-: KInor.I' Teday Teday Sho.Sh.w C.rto.n.lII.Carteeneille Captain

Okeechobre and Martin about Lyndon. old and told a court hearing he Ksng.ree
41. Ouldecl U. Kind of
ACROSS Counties comprise one dis Informer has been driving since 1904. Oo-\co": ; Tdan n M..i. E.ercue The Mike
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the taro top of a 0' A va while Martin County on the DIAL WSIR Program 1490

Schema at.epi. has economic 'O.OO-CIS Neon I. G. R binsen
r '' ,1 Atlantic coast Seanhh L..n' The Mike
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11. Goddess of lhapod vapor Mm Marjorie Elliott of northern neighbor St. Lucie TUESDAY Aft......... Editorial 10:10-1: L... Lacy Wh..', This Price It Right" I Lae Lacy
the hunt I. Against 22. J'Iowecl .. Winter Haven was scheduled 4 UO Mutual Newe i oWbW5I N... ftouad"p 1045-1 Levi Lacy Sang Pico It Right" 1 Love Lucy
U. Penlnaula 4. A tomb 2. Mlachle. County If this Is then a geographical 4 06e Hubwaf le 10aod
to give demonstration of : Manisd
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There equally
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distance Openinr
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arangements. It would I 3U MUluaI N... AFTERNOON
1$. Pronoun t. Forbtdden: 28. Splcecl $6. Jxelama.n. : of I" 1111I AIGnjJ 06 Jux O..nfl.hl Show

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In tannlnr 11. Molature dIah: pL 35. C.nur new group The Gray the small counties! which are I.06 110 wail world street-ria. News'apo" to I.V'" DkY Mutual'EJPIt'b N... I l:1: I 5-&.... .f Llf. 5., When K.... led Farm Stk IAU
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note It. Ger ape 30. Epoch: U. Ir. aneNtorIS. the Winter linn Chapter of fore likely to have economic 3U Mutual' Nrw. Ie Lx0 Mutual News .
Join in the American Red Cron. HI N.I.lllIot' 10 Deck E'.b Showt ShowT .Oo-Gi,1: Talk N.a. Seert. Metie s Movie .o..f life
Interests and problems In II Dkk Lynch
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marrtagrsL : / S YEARS AGO ia Spotlight tit. star 11 Mswal News9s .f Las of Lf.
student common with urban counties II" Dkk Lyrleh. Show Io-W.rlel: Tarns lot' Mako l.ghd.d". World Tura
Miss Jan Myers, a 7 Tonight III Fonda
have Instead been combined Z 3U Mutual News II 011 Mutual News I:45-W.rlel: T.,., A 0..1 Pat. 1A"in. W, I" Tana
25. / of High
H.a"'NYbodI.1 the Winter Haven with rural counties 1 s1 MIIOIO .,...d till 8Ia. Aflertkoa

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21. Oreek poet membership in the Southeastern tuuallf0 II 01 Farm a Orove New. 2:15-Po"wevd 0.1010 Gnli N.IM Pasoaerd.
21. Snarl ,. Council of seats In the House of Repreeentativee lacM' ... II .ltll tile Sheriff 2Jo-M.: hrty Th. DMera Day Is c.... House Party
v lIS War lxChet
Area (
IL Aloft says they shall be 1 00M tuual 11hNews 1x .... Iwwta J,. 2.4s-H. Party The Pesters 0., t. CiaA H.u' Park
Junior Red Cross ID e.y 11 with Music _
12. Part 0' u apportioned among the counties 1 01 Clull 1111! News
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"to"' / "methods 1 3U Mlllual tl La.- welt 'Oo-T. Tell Troth Anethor World DIa.1I She.. T. Tell T.h
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18. R.muneFaLl Chemelron Corp Car- be assigned to the counties In I'iO Muual N... I" Musk from IN Clw.ke 4JD-U1tC1o: W.It' L.... It 7raImnter Sseerman

dox division manufacturer of proportion to population"This .01 n..... Money. 111I. M.sual News :45-: Advestorn T. ..... Tr.dmnpr 5..,......
; 40. Hint Industrial tire-protecUon systems the 3U IlllIIuaI N.we t 11 H_ A NrhwafI _
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cent of one-bllllon-dollar- Y 50 Oe.d MorL.g / Ih west A Joe
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4T. Plant / than 1 10 of 1 per cent 01 all does this mean* Thereare 1 M 0.04 1II..u.M.. s ,a ..... 5Ieso Y."kl News .h.. 01 ,..101.. .."* .e. rataewt....le fee roejram thanoot etaiIro4

several ways these 45 !. these tckeoSilot.
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DAILY. NEWS-CHIEF, Tuesday October 27. 1964 Page 5 Methodist

pWINT R HAVEN DAILY NEWS. ltF ." .; ;, Women MeetIn

8\.' Lakeland
\ 1

S. One lisasi'Sit and hree m.'"
Sera oCnt!..A Church Won, I ; t :
belonging ,-oounclliln Aulnu, t

dale, Bartow. Lakeland .nu' -
Winter Wa...a sttended than. 1 '
nual nteeUag of Are 6 held in,
t1 the Mrttattat Temple In Lake I -j:, IJ7cr i Ip

land. i
yeN Precedtsf tile meeting, mum '
r.II! r i ban of the Lakeland Council 7 .
IdI CJt; d by BiLUC cuts entertained with a coffee In the I'I
I! social hall ot the church. '

a.to lyro Around The Town 4r* : Th At* the Rev.meeting M. John In the R.church Hunt I I t

t. pastor welcomed the group and .... i' .' ''
gave the Invocation. This was '" ., / .
It" Miss Cindy McDonald followed by I solo, "How Great '-.- J ...
Thou Art," by Mrs. E. E. tills:: _
ICIc of Lakeland and a devotional
cIt based on the ninety-fifth Psalm i.', \ t J J.

Ite Receives Honors At FSU by Mr. Adallne Potion of Win

. 1 .rY ter Haven .. i r.MRS. r.
Following the ad.lr..ohl"i .

rd MiM Cindy McDonald, daughter of Mr. ciH l Mr-. com by Lakeland Council's t '; "

,. I William K. McDonald, has been flamed Lhe Fine president Mrs. 0. Edgar Mil '
to : llama and respona by Mi- : :t<<- I.' (
Art. Committee of Jenny Alurphn-c Hall i.. Florida, Richard Madaua of Winter lli \ ,; i ,

) State University in Tulluhassei-\ Misa McDonaldas! en, was given. Miss Fannie o. .
Smith, are chairman Intn.duced ..
4 general chairman of the social tea held l list week and! Mr. M. Jane Shelh of t6. ,

" has aim been lt'dt'd as a football hoitteas from thi. Mlaml.ltltlclllirmanorruhllc'Relallon. A

v E. FSU Athletic Dept. Miss MiDonald and her roommate and Mr*. Malls' n. .. ..
Low of Dunnellon, World Day - -
t Miss Penny Lewis of Panama ('ity were named! -:. : "' of Prayer chairman. They gave CHARLLs: IIOLLi Y. wife of the Republican candidate

r hostesses to greet Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson and Lynda PRESIDING athe- silver service ts Mrs. James C. "Sonny" Smith a* she serves Inspiring report of the recent for Governor chats with Mis Paul Helsler at the coffee given n' t. I

1t : DaineH Johnson, when they i illilt'd the Miss Rolla En.. i \ alldl1. s. It. A. Brown, at the party given last night ti-r Miss Ann Drown, National' Assembly they attend Mrs. 'Halley al tho Landmark convention room \v.u t 1,1.
\ campus I't'<<:enlly.I brid lcct.; I \ Miss Jam" $(>a"I'II. .d In Kansas City, when they
1 I The HaveniU spent the past weekend here with her heard Father Paul Vergheae, a Coffee Given

t parents and her sister, Patricia. Is priest of the Syrian Orthodox Junior Women
Party Given For Miss Anne Brown Church of Malabar India For Mrs. 1 Holley t;

Mn. Christine U Cole hat Today marks the eighty-first Mr*. Homer Cline of Miami Plan Dinner'

i r returned to her home at 417 birthday, orIn.: Bertha !Nosegays of tn\, pi'> > gave s report' of herexperlencat << Winter Haven women were

Avenue K, N. a;:., after spending Schneider 3094 Avenue T. sweetheart roses ';rat .d > .* the' Church Center for entertained at a coffee for Mr. Mr. John Attawa\iv.<-..cI,|pll",
United Nation In New York
, the summer in Highland, N.W. The honoree will be visited tea table when Miss Ar< < Charles llolley, wife of tilt Republican Ins plans for the IIHHI national,,
She attended the UnitedChurch
I N.C., where me was hostes by her many friends during Brown popular bride el 1 i City. Women' candidate for Cover Affair Dinner at 7:30 Tnml
at the Highland Country Club. the day. Mrs. Schneider Paul Roes of Lakclarut i with representative lummer from program nor, at the Landmark Motor < *) vnlng.. at the W"- u' .

ii. m an active member of St honored at the first m > < all the stales and foreign Lodge yeeterday. Club. The annual eyelet, ,is icecared
i many
Mr and :Mn. John Manna Soft candlelight and beautiful .
Joseph's Catholic Church. She les of prenuptial pal'i countries. Some of the member by th* Winter Haven Jill
will return today from Val- TOMS graced the center ttW. lor Woman' Club. TII ,>mn '
has lived In this for the
city when Miss Janet Sean < I u) ''T.tertaimd ; were seeking answer to qu**>
dolts Ga., where they visited yt Coffee and Danish p..trl.lwer. Invitation have "been fen, ,.ut 1
fifteen and has a
past tlon the real
years at her hums >' regarding feelingof
the former's sister Mr.. Collins served to foreign residents ot Winter, ,t
daughter Mrs. Lillian night. American toward the people ;
Guests were greeted at the haves,
George La Hood, and in Douglas
of the countries addedto
Ga., where they attendedthe of New Jersey. Burgundy/ chryanihe i the family of United recently Nation. door by Mrs Paul K, Helaler, Mr. Carl Jensen and Mi <.
and pedestal arrant im u' >r Republican State CommlHee-
wedding of their niece Harold Crime, chairmen ot thobridge
Officer sleeted from the
Miss Darlene Hanna. Mrs. W. II. Anderson and hell pink rose acre t v ,i.idat coming year weri, Area Chair- woman and Mrs. Ed Jones, social for November, areasking
focal points throughout MC Treasurer of the Winter Haven member '
Mrs. W. A. Heath! are enjoyingthe man, Mr. George Dutton of committee "
:Mrs William Clifton of Ox. seasonal change in the party rooms. Lakeland; Co-Chairman, Mr. Republican Woman Club. remain after the Dtnnei fm *
The hostess Mis Mrs. Holley also attended a brief to dlsruts
presented meeting plans
nard Calif., has returned to mountains of North Carolina John L. lI.bb of Dartowj Sec
Brown with alhlte orchid coffee In Lakeland at the Tuesday for the social.DAR ,
her home after rtlary, Mrs, Norman McQueenof
enjoying visit
a Club Building and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arnall corsage, and her mother In Lakeland Mrs. Lonnl Day
here with her In
cousins, Mr. Lake Wale at the ChaletSusanne. "
and Mrs William E. Moore and children blake and Mai- II. A. Brown, with a I 1IIII'IId..rorchid of Bar tow was the Installing Meets

at their home on 26th Street Tory, former residents, are now corsage j'J officer
N.W. Mrs. Clifton making their home at ST50 I all The tea table was elaborately Following the meeting I In LakelandDistrict
her had not seen Pine Jacksonville r'a. I overlaid with pink net over sandwich luncheon wan held In Police Women
cousin Mr. Moore for satin. Silver appointments the church social hall
half a t, DAR, haitS'lit"' x ''
century. During her vis
it, Mrs. Clifton and the :\11'. and !Mrs Dexter Danielk Here used| on the table, and Plan Bake meeting at the Lakelaii'i, Cat ,1n
have returned from Naples clusters of matching rotrbuits Center tillweekThe** are n ir-"'
Moore took many side trips where the former paiticipated adorned the rsndlfHluks holdIng Capt.Vhiule Sale FridayThe (stare* stale meeting,, w hen OAR
of '
throughout the
in the State PGA golf tournameat. slender lighted tapers| mssa.** from, states. jivl tell 'Ii.,: .
state Miss Seawell was a.sMvcd" in Speaks To Elks Winter Haven Police al .0t'1.1I. art h<',,iht C'' tho

serving by her, mother Mrs Women' Auxiliary will sponsor |local group. Chapiui, i opisntd .
:Mrs. Wesley W. Harris, who R D. St-awell and Mrs Des Auxiliary a bake isle, Frl ,, at South warm Psli lids't. I.j"!"i nu' n
PresbyteersHear has been here at the home other ter Dank-It Jr earl Plata In front of Grant, Lake Wiles IUri.. atvi'I Pont'
sister and family, Mr. and Guests were served ( apt. William T. Whlttl of The. sale will\ begin at S p.m. df Leon of Winter Haven. Thosgattending

Talk By Mrs. K. D. Sea we! has returned Ice-cresm "..1ft dessert \\ith I the Salvation Army was the Mrs, Garland Denmark chairman from Winter Hi.nwr -'
to her hoty 'fd Tampa guest speaker whoa the Ilk ,, ha* annoiNtcetl, ; that the isle! Mr*. Clark Davis MI,< v I.-
\Vblherma crushed nutty" ? (> "s! tluuo, AuJillil' hUl., UwU regular will feelers all' hhll nl hnm.J gent, Mr*. E: .. Alan., Miss.
dvoorated rmnxbot 11,1"11"> > luikcheon meetingTh Vml. Smith and Mi Wi|
"Sirs.. Miles II.: V'luwden: and mad."patrol'. < aee-'Halltrw.etl' "> O. <
toasted nuts ImI>IfoIh','
speaker gv M Ini reeling popcorn .ball. \llam E.: Moor' ,
Al Duckworth of Tampa Mrs. M. L. Sands are vacationing "Foreign cookery' .. a' r-i I 4'.Jl..a.I'W' 1 talk on the SalvatlonArmy, ..
was the guest speaker when with the latter daughter joyed by the guest t, dm mi; tiu> tracing the organisation from ..
the Prettoyteers held their and family at Maggie Valley evening and a tuuklxxik, on MISS JANE I' SEAWCLL {.' .6.: irssru on herlast Its "beginning, lie explained the
monthly meeting in N.C. The Havenite plan foreign dishes was awarded hll/llllt"l ni.-si \11"I i,.? J i ropilai- i" h !OI night work dun by IN Army allover
supper ,
to return next weekend. whentheIan"e..icapalateb.insetMI"nhr\" I < wn.
the dining room of the rlnlPrt'lb.terlan to Mrs Leonard Hart. the world.
Miss Brown received many Following the address. luncheon
Church. :\11'. and Mrs :Malcolm Wal
and door
wa served prlsM -
Mr. Duckworth chief meter- tern are anticipating the arrival lovely gifts from her friend Needlework Guild wr woo by Mrs. F. V.
The guest list included Mes
orologist for TV Channel 8. of their niece. Miss Jane HasUtl, Mrs. ll.M. Adolph and
dames C. E WUd.1\
spoke about weather and howit Anne Penas of Washington Mrs. A.K. Bucklncham.
effects personal and business D. C., today. Miss Penns Brown, R I) Sea well. Leonard Out. present were Mr*.

live. Not only do people plans to remain in Winter Haven hart James C. "loamy' Needs More MembersTh Edward. Rowe, Winter Haven
feel the high/ and low. of III'prellurt' for a month.king visit. Smith Wade Smith. Hen Usd. Welbre twetillv! Director and II
but it reflects in Una Mae Hart Clyde: Pete Mr*. JSM W. Glue. 1"011'
their moods and feelings, ac Mrs. James C. "Sonn," John Linden I Davidson MIIHUH) ingathering of the \Vlntrr Haven live Director of the AmericanRed

cording to. the speaker It has Smith and children Tam and Charles Coon James Grimes Brunch of the Nirdlework Guild of America In set Croe

been proven Mr. Duckworth Tim. and Mrs. J T. Smith C. C Peebles. J 0. Niswontl for No\emlifr 4th, just! H week and a half away. BualneM.mtlHg Mrs. Jim was DwtUI pteaM.d : .
rr. Don F Harris. and Drxtci over by
have Lauderdale
said that mental ability when returned from Ft. -
All who are interested in skiing their part in door
The meeting price was won
taking tests, shows greater where they spent a Danit'l-/1/ and :Misses ltnI I
helping iiftHly school children invited to join the by Mr*. Mason Connary and
results during the season's three-day holiday visiting relative I II Entry m<: Rrlx-i-ia Wet Mr. Harry Ltnlck.

changing months of May and *, drop. guild. During. the afternoon, bridge I

November. Business, especially Membership is by contribution: of two rw gar- was enjoyed and price were
I In the field of advertising Lake Alfred City Manager awarded to Mr*. II. M, Adolphand
Donald HarUfleld Is in Jacksonville nv mi, III' money, which: is mwrt. .to l purtfcas* thoM tort
continued Mr Duckworth is Mrs. It. E. tyragu*.
the State t I" duldren.
greatly controlled by the wes attending Member prevent were M-
ther. He summed up his talk Board of Municipalities con Finch year, the list of reedy 1 .hi. ..It)irn grows, and dames Joseph Lucy, J.IM'

with the thought "Make the ventlon. Msi4s .dl I bolus! are urged to Join. Ober, Pearl MCArdl. Andy
B.rke., WlllUm CorMn. Charles A
weaher work for you.live with and Mr. and Mr. Joseph C. Tin- Winter Haven Branch Ie i ilirct l by !Beta< ChiC | Lockwond, Diehard DeMott
above all learn to
the weather." Peebles, who spent the summer >It.lpt.< | i of Beta: Sigma I PhI Sorority, wwia4tl J this year Ir., Fred Langennor!. George
months in the North have .. Olid. Floyd Drown Lewis
Guests for the evening "..re'Mr. IA c UN Council of Met Sigma Phi. Mra. John Cowan a
returned to their home at 666 Clark, Retort block: Resell -+.-
and Mrs. James E. Dix- Avenue B, S.W. "i- im -.xlent.( Hals\ Clud 0rne, Julian
on. Charles R Harris. Waller Bennett R. R. May. Paul agmMi.

Hershman. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mr and Mrs. Stephen J. New ArrivalsMr. E. II. McDonald, Richard
Baker Mr. and Mrs Dick O'llara have arrived from Vild, w, U Carter Jr. J.C. t.:

Phillips and W. R Hurt. their home in New York and :Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin Myrrs MHehell. Ry Chars, W. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dawson are now In their home at 102 of Eagle Lake are annonflclitgthe Can, E, B. Wy Jr. Marlon Like

were chairmen for the Avenue F. S.W.. for the winter birth of a son st I It p m MOOTIMM, W. B. Craig, hughe. aWeed
supper, assisted by Mr. and month. y*.ler4.y st the local ,hss* 11.l lThe iteele, Vs*Van Devenier and
Mr and Mrs La'W Wrlftii.
Mrs George/ Ryan young man tipped the
Mrs B. E Shores Mrs Phyllis Mr. and Mr*. Harry Guy and .. at seven. pounds
Farquhsr Mr and Mrs. the latter' parent. Mr. and

George Partm Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Walter J Masten attended .. .. -- Mr. *ad Mrs. jMrpk! A. list-
Mrs. George Graf Mr and the 50th wedding anniver MBS MARION FITSCHtN her are the parents of I MI.. The Wesley KrlU. >.sklp (lass

Mrs Jake Tackett Mr and ssry celebration of Mr. Guy' I primary tncMr In tilt Immanuel kern yesterday at the WhMer _ill have its annual boat trip
Mrs Larry Young and Mr brother and *ister-in i >law, Mr Lutheran day school of Haven lknptal st 11'1' pm' thr""h the cfe' *** of lak*. to
and Mrs. Ken Schulz and Mrs Frank Guy in Gib Inwood has returned Iron aced and Mr*. l.ref Nsrra- welgaiag seven pounds Mid tee the hem of Mr sad Mrs

Dr Fred t.dosed sonton on Sunday notional confer*** st JMMS mere of Auburndcle are the _n. Fred EVB: on Lake Roy i ;
the evening with s devotional town North Dakota facial parent of I daughter, hers Thursday eveauig at T o'clock,
>tfrday at the local .hoaslt.1! TW al I Him mad
study was given to the ,*..t/ll mooing Members whO hv not .
of art and geography, mid ui it I 01 pm. wetgHtag woe Mr. a*** Mrs. oaM BlawrbcaMr reservation! may call Mr.
HIGH SCHOOL and JR. HIGH STUDENTS the use of modern trsMtsflonsof pound sad serge aad. CM heW the pees(o of a son at Evan: at (I'v' > 4M., KIDS GROWThey

the Bible ounce MM hull) heaaMal TM baby .
Do you want to make better grades _**glM J .la *l five pound and
will be
know It
do. lefer they
Mr. and Mr. Jsmr R.FaeHiMV tea sod era .helf oimrrs we yes 1
in school ? ENJOY are the iisrsal *** a reedy for cell.,., 0* wmetkinq shout Ir new

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I. Control Board To Approve B&PW Honor War Games Continue I

$231 Million For Schools Bosses At Despite Nine Deaths

TALLAHASSEE (UV1)!) The fiscal staff would be paid for -

Doard of Control was expectedto with 1183,509,319! from general Annual DinnerMembers t
give routine approval! Tu... revenue funds and $48,082,237 t HUFIVA, Spain (UPI-The jacenl beach along this atlanticcoastal
iiato t ,s. Marine Corps carried on area
a record $231 million from trust funds.If .
< ollege spending program and of the Business and I ttday t, with the \largest peace. Details of the swift moving

send the budget to Its two big the budget ts approved In Professional Women's Club ''I ime amphibious landing cur.r tragedy which hit the 12 Ma.

hurdles-the State Budget Com. full, It will be gone over witha j showed their appreciation to Ise In history despite the loss rlnes In the two Sikorsky H34

mission and the Legislature.The fine tooth comb by the Cabl. their bosses last night at a : of i nine lives In a helicopter col. helicopters were difficult to get

budget-for the coming net Budget Commission and social and dinner at the Haven Its ion. because the survivors and the
two then submitted to the 1965 Hotel. bodies of the dead were flown
years with a
compares Legislature which meets in Mrs Mary Griffin,president, Under Secretary of the Navy from the crash scene tmmedl.a .
spending figure of $151 million
Paul B, Fay who watched the
presided The .
April. 1 Invocation was tely
for the present biennium for the
state's and unl. given by Miss Elsie K. Arbuth- landing from the flagship' Po. Both helicopters caught fire
public colleges Monday the board passed on i not, chaplain. Welcome addressto QUO, Mid the tragedy "put a and burned. The one In which
verslties It Includes
tional only opera several routine matters and i the bosses and guests was ji i +t,1 loud over the whole opera. the nine men died caught fire

costs funds and not building also told Dr. George W. Gore |given by Mrs. Caroline Baker, Yc" tlon." on Impact. The other did not

The proposed spending, as president of Negro) Florida i and response given by Albert "It's the price you pay when catch fire until all aboard were

recommended by the board's AIM University that the schoolIs In no Immediate danger of of Exchange National Bank. y deal with war." Obs.rl ers of the landings six

being abolished. ]Mrs. Jo Love Jackson, mem rni The nine Marines were killed miles from the crash scene nar.
'bership chairman, was In rowly escaped Injury when a
Dereus In another Important action Z1 and IS others were Injured
Henry of the grandstand collapsed
charge program \ Just as
the University of South Floridaat Monday when two helicopters
Tampa was authorized to Mrs. George Costello, executive In which they were being fen Sen. Richard B. Russell D-Ga.,
director of of chairman of the Senate Armed
the Heart
master's rled ashore from collided
offer degrees progr. ships
Famed Curator ams In almost all areas of sec. Florida Girl Scout Council, reported 800 feet above the Huelvabeaches Forces Committee was climb.

ondary education mathematics, on her experiences at and plummeted into a ing the steps About 25 persons

natural sciences, business ad. the University Georgia, which wooded area. were In the grandstand at the

ministration and engineering. j she attended this past summer The dead were members of time.The
She was one of 20 women executives the 3rd Battalion of the 8th Ma. purpose of Steel Pike I

Dies SuddenlyHenry Gore said a proposed master i Selected by the National rises, 2nd Marine Division, sta. Is to demonstrate how U.S.

plan for higher education in I Federation of BPWC to tioned at Camp Lejeune, N.C. Navy and Marine Corps forces
Florida, which recommended i attend a forum. She felt one of In the could reinforce America's alliesin
Washington Pentagon
Adrian Dereus 50, phasing out the Negro college In
curator of the Phosphate Val Tallahassee had "disturbed the I business Is the bosses'actions, BOSSES HONORED The Winter Haven Business and Professional Women's Club honored rlnes as:

ley Exposition in Bartow and morale of the staff," I In relationships to the manner their bosses last night at the Haven Hotel during! the annual Bosses Night Dinner. Dwight Cpl. Herbert Miller, son of 1

formerly a designer for the "We would like to maintainour they handle their subordinates Holmes was the guest speaker for the occasion. From left, Mrs. Jo Love Jackson, membership Mrs and Mrs Robert L. Miller Plans a

Florida Citrus Exposition ID She expressed her thanks to chairman Holmes, and Mrs. Mary Griffith president. of 104.09 l 18 5th St., Jamaica
in education
place Florida higher
Winter Haven died yesterday (the club for the privilege of
without a sword hanging ( the N.Y.Lance
afternoon. taking course at univers '

lie was stricken ill while at over our head," Gore told the ;sty County HelpsContinued Dewyngerdt Cpl., son David of Mr.George and i.
board. Gala Parade
Dwight Holmes district director UAW General Motors
work at the Phosphate Expo Mrs George Dewyngaerdt of 6
salon, and died within three of the Muscular Dystrophy ( From Page One) Cottage St., Goffstown N.H.

houri. Association of America, county departments asked for Lance Cpl. Thomas Kenneth

A native of Amsterdam, Inc., was the guest speaker of new IBM typewriters, but Commissioner McManuc son of Mr. and Mrs For Halloween

Holland, and a member of the Comptroller the evening. His topic was"One Dunson objected to Continue Strike TalksDETROIT Charles McManus of 24 Flfleld a
llundred Percent Positive

Dutch Underground during buying these without advertising St., Dorchester Mass. :)
I Think It Is the mental
for bids. Now the bids are in, Pfc. Walter Campbell, son of The annual Halloween Carnival .
World War II, he came to the ".
attitude a has that affects
person and commissioners don't know Mr. and John of
Mrs Campbell sponsored b the Wahneta
United States In 1947. (UPI-The United been >
At started when
Lashes his life, he said. Our life 260,000 of
what to do with them.Commissioner 305 Queen Anne Rd. Teaneck
League will be held
lie worked for a time in the Is molded by our beliefs and Alan Trask Auto Workers and General Mo. GM's nearly 350,000 UAW work j

Walt Disney Studios In Holly the way we think. We are what sat that the salesman for the tors today continued their ef ers walked off their Jobs Sept N.J. Truman Saturday, starting with a big
Harry Hines parade, It was announced '
forts to restore total labor 25. today ,t
wood, and lived In Winter Haven we believe
company with the low bid told son of Mr. and Mrs. Fleming The Wahneta Community ,f
Bank ControlMIAMI related of his peace and settle plant.level con. Buick called workers back to
for several before He some war
years him that if the people who used Nines, Ona, Fla. League formerly the Rifle '
tracts at 28 locals.The the Job and scheduled
moving to Bartow six yearsago experiences giving examples the typewriter specified a different produc. Pfc George Dennis Spence, flange Community League, is

where he designed and BEACH (UPI) The of the be way a person's thoughtscan brand, that Is what the union called off its 31. tion Mich.at its main and plant In Flint Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. planning a wide range of activity
channeled today Chevrolet
suddenly todurer.nt ,
created the Phosphate Museum nation's comptroller of the cur. county should buy for them. day national strike against GM dered or. J George D. Spence Sr, of 3239 to appeal to all ages. A
thoughts "The mind Is workers back to the Job
for the Bartow Chamberof "It has been proven," Com ,North Marshall St. Pnliadei. king and
rency lashed federal controls so powerful, It will accept any- Sunday night, but more thanlhree.fourths at Its Corvalr plant at Ypsl. queen will be crownedIn
and had been in missioner Floyd Woods advanced the
Commerce of the auto giants'automotive evening. I
over state banks Monday lantl
thing we can give It. Mich. phla.Pit.
charge of it ever since it open charging they "have tended to conceived by man Is possible." "that !if you give them something production capacity GM Vice President Louis G. Richard Vincent Pannoz. The parade, which will be held ./
ed. weaken the state banking they aren't happy with, remained Idle due to local Seaton zo, son of Vincent Pannozzo of on Rifle Range Road, will startat
sys. said
said 10 cent that the 28
we only use among
Survivors include his widow, tern" of our brain and per asked they will tear it up for you." strikes, which continued at 28 plants that have not reached 1980 Hjlan Blvd., Staten Island the school and wind up at the
power "Well how about cars and of the N.Y. and Matilda Pannozzo of Community House
under the
corporation's 130bargain.
Christina three U.S. Comptroller James J. water
ions Jimmy,
; what about the other 90 per cent plant.level agreements were 22
trucks? Commission
Chair Ing units around the country. 39 Emmet Ave., Staten Island. tower where the carnival
Donald and Adrian; and his Saxon told a pre convention of the mind. key assembly plants that repre. )
man Wilmer McCutcheon
asked. The parents were listed as dl. will be held.
Mr and MeL I lend-- meeting of the American ar.told sent 77 cent of GM's
parents, As children we negative "Those truck drivers Limited production began per pro.
spend a vorced. The
exact time the
Bankers Association (ABA) that parade
rick Dereus. do this and ductlon.
thingsDon't lot of time In their trucks. Monday night Pontiac division of
removal of federal regulatory Pvt. Charles Porter son will be held will be announced
state banks would don't do that."Change Suppose they prefer a Fordovera started its assembly lines and The national strike ended Mrs, Louise Porter of 236 South later
powers over to a mental attitudeof G. M. C.?" finished building cars that had when the UAW's local over. 59th St. Philadelphia.

Jesse Laird provide "greater scope for en. We can, we will, we must,. whelmlngly voted to ratify a Sgt. Earl, Lee Tunmlre hus. INVALID GUARANTEE \
terprlse and Initiative In thenation's do this," he said. new three-year national agree.
"That's different, Woods band of Mrs Wanda J. Tun. LOS ANGELES (UPI) A
banking system He said the mind should be ment negotiated by the com.
Healing Issues Rd. pair of hefty burglars used
mire of 510 Sherwood pipe
"What we need In banking Is cultivated as the earth Is so a said.Woods then made a motion to pany and the union Oct. 5. cutters and hacksaws
Jacksonville, N.C. to steal a
Dies Monday not greater centralization of person could reap the benefits reject all bids received by the TV ChallengeTo When the national agreement The men were part of a mu. thief proof 300 pound coin- \
authority, not more rigorous want 1 but was announced GM and the
"Anything you yours county and use the state bid for un. changing
sloe Joint V.S.-Spantsh landing from an all
conformity to Imposed rules of Ion
It takes positive thinking prac IBM equipment CommissionerTrask delayed the end of the
KennedyNEW 'exercise Cfttled Steel Pike I. night self service laundry
conduct but enlarged freedomto strike )
until pIsrfiMevel
Jesse Dockward Laird tics contracts
64, made a motion next to table > The exercise; involves 94 ships Owner Robert Barton
Of 288 17th St.. NE. died last respond to the challenge to There should be foals in aperson's the discussion for one week were cleaned -up at most of the Monday
YORK and about 60,000 men. told his .
the he said. (UPI) Sen. police absolutely burglarproof
bargaining .
life the said.
night at his residence follow. speaker and attempt to get some definite
Kenneth By the end of the first day
B. ,
Keating R.N.Y. guarantee on the
At the present time, Saxon machine
should ask what .
ing a lengthy&: Illness reported In taking his surprising You yourself Information In writing concernIng intends to go to a television U.S. forces had put ashore 10,. was invalid If the equipment '
want In life. You should
you the value of the various
lie stand no state bank which lea ask about home ma studio here tonight to debate- Week 000 men. Another 2,000 Spanish was removed from the
was a native of Elsberry yourself your chines. Trask McCutcheon and either with his Democratic To Go marines landed lately at' an ad. presmises.we're .
Mo.. and moved to Winter member of the Federal Re. life, religious aspirations, employment Dunson voted to table the motion, < op. ,
ponent Robert F. Kennedy oran (Continued From Page One)
serve System may open a .
etc When
Haven from Toledo, Ohio He money you while Woods and Commissioner i -
branch without approval of the empty Johnson charged In Columbiathat
decide what goals In life Aldlne
was seml-retired chief of your Combee voted against it.
quality and and Federal Reserve Board lie said are, then strive for them by Goldwater was "gambling SLASHINGinventory
specification Kennedy of distort.
this rule serves no good pur. putting forth the effort to get MEET TUESDAY |Ing his with human destiny" by a pol.
service engineer with Owens. In the Senate, "
pose. the things you want most. McCutcheon suggested that the ; Icy of nuclear "brinkmanship.
Illinois Glass Co. of Toledo, Keating Monday night chal.
commission He said the next President will
"While are reaching meeting scheduledfor
and was Florida state representative you your next election lenged the former attorney gem have to assume full reeponslbll. and
coil you should enjoy getting Tuesday day, eral to the face.to.face pricesto
of quality and specifications Free City ParkingContinued | there. Life should be an exciting be cancelled or postponed but before the television meeting ity for the survival of the

for Owenr-IlUnols. adventure Believe and I( was finally decided to hold a cameras In American people "if the time
( From Page One) one-hour period offered by a should come for nuclear decl.
.succeed. One most Importantstep meeting for one hour and then the
I national bone..during
He was i member of the network. oil
volved. This corporation would to the road of success is adjourn."I slon.
Cherry St Baptist Church of have good borrowing power and to love one's fellow man and think we can anticipate The offer was made by the Democratic vice presidential

Alton 111.. Pyramid Lodge No. could afford to finance the entire accept him for what he Is and some real problems," McCutch Columbia Broadcasting System nominee Hubert II. Humphrey

701 F & A.M of Toledo, 32nd program. In addition stock could what she is. If you use the Ten eon said. "It appears that the vote for 7:30: p.m. to 8:30: a.m. EST. turned his campaign briefly r''

Degree Scottish Rite Toledo be sold to the public, who would Commandments you can stay ing Is going to be real long. There back toward the East today 1

Consistory Egypt Shrine of then become good customers, there after you get there. Be are some physical problems Involved The Kennedy camp did not with a visit to New York Cltv y, ti
Tampa. Winter Haven Shrine This would certainly be the biggest Joyous and enthusiastic about because of the length of respond Immediately, except to Tonight he was to head West I CLEARthe

Club, Winter Haven Scottish "shopping center" in Polk the lines And If It Is a rainy cry "foul" at Keatlng's user Alain for speeches In Charles. cafe

Rite Club and Pyramid Chapter County, he said. life."Think positive, set a goat day, it will be quite a bit worse." dons that his record was dls. ton, W.Va., and Cincinnati.

519, Order of Eastern Star In line with this type of think. and go after It," Holmes advised The commissioners ponderedall torted by Kennedy. During a news conference:
Toledo. log a delegation from Winter In conclusion of the problems and then Monday In Milwaukee, the Slim
Haven went to Winter Park to visit considered some items which nesota senator predicted he anl,

lie survived by Mi widow, the mall there this morning. need to be taken care of next Johnson would carry two thirds

Mrs Eva Blair of Winter Ha While the shopping plaza proposed DelegationContinued week and finally decided to meet Jr. Red Cross of the states In the election t but

ven. for Winter Haven would ( From Page One) for one hour Tuesday. declined to go Into specifics
not have the same problems that cording to local observers (Continued From Page One) Rep. William E. Miller, the t \

Funeral services will be the WlnterFark Mall has, there On Sunday night Barbara Cross purposes only. GOP vice presidential candl. DECKSSale

conducted tomorrow afternoonat are Ideas that can be learned got a telephone call from McDermott f'LORID.ST'KS While much effort has been date, entered the Midwest to.

2 o'clock from the Mitchell there. who asked her how put forth to see that all school- day with appearances scheduledat
Here the
Funeral Home Chapel with the Lester Smllac, head of theCouncll'l are 1pm. closing sponsors have been contacted St. Charles, Mo., Champaign,
the campaign was going here on Florida stocks ai reportedby III. and
Rev Gene Hitchcock looking Into anyone desiring additional Information
and told her how It was going Francis I. duPont and Co. In '
of getting rid of a speech Monday night at
of the Parkland Baptist ways park. may feel free to con
Church the Rev. Thomas B. Ing meters reported that the city elsewhere He asked her if she Air Control 27% tact Winter Haven Chapter New Orleans he charged( thata

treasurer has obtained the was going to be In Orlando Tampa Electric 29Vi headquarters, It was said today a \ 'torious Johnson! *! impiirMliikfi

Smytlie. retired Episcopalian Haven names of 160 of the 170 persona Monday and when she said Florida Telephone 28 by Mrs Hulda Glass, executive < would owe "\>DUll, il
minister and Winter holding parking meter revenue she was, he told her how to Plant Industries Itt director. IOta; the An "'rll.iI'< for .

Lodge 168 F. & A. M. Chaplain bonds, and has sent out tracerson reach him through the Secret Detr> all, AI 'lon. lar',TI 10. tl i \u>t

officiating Additional the other 10. Service: And promised that L Walt.. i UIlI'! .' r ai \ t). ). So. iF-

services will be conducted These bonds were sold to buy the Polk delegation would get \ New York Stock Report] ,lalU s

from the Streeper Funeral and pave parking lots downtown official recognition. once-a-year opportunity to SAVE

Home In Alton with burial to and the parking meter revenue Arriving at Colonial Plata
follow at Waverly. 111. pledged to pay them off The NEW YORK (UPI) Mld. International Nickel 85'
bondholders must with the Polk motorcade, Barbara day stock prices: International T i T "6't I Hundred .f n.m.kr.nJ mit':R.
approve any
Friend call this evening wont to a Secret Service PRESTIGE[ Bit Bargains
may new financing plan JOOIII Msnvtile '.4' then. mutt ge t. midi ram for on
from 7 to > at the Mitchell The merchants voted to start agent guarding the platformand Alabama Gal 3771 Kennecott Copper 95 !
Funeral Home. staying open until 9 p.m. on told him what McDermott American Can Co 431 a Koppers Co 55" 1 our MWprictt :RveR'o,1! with le. a BOATS MOTORS

Friday, Dec. 4. This will continue had said over the phone lie American Motors 181" KrOier Co. 33'' : lil. th.... they west b.t
It la the of the family ACCESSORIES
request looked somewhat doubtful American Sugar 194 '
every evening until Christ Lt.elt" Myers Tobacco : 'one uhe1 arlylCHECK
that in lieu of flowers, contributions mas. particularly in view of the fact American T" T 61.,, Lockheed Atreraft 3'1' THIS EMBLEM

be made to the can All but one of the merchants that the entire delegation was American Tobacco 36', LorIUard TeilaOClO 45as

cer fund. reported that they had received crowding clearly around her Anaconda Copper 87% SloesantoChemical eVe pVF ya THESE VALUESNEW

a copy of the new check alert _0 they would be lure to get Babcock Wilcox: 37% MOftItoIMI'f Ward 44

Police EnforceContinued plan designed to warn all merchants wherever Barbara got Bendtl Cor 44'" National CJtrpHM U'8
when Borden Foods 7811, .,. C. PtIIIDy eia.s
a person starts Just then McDermott law a and USED
( From Page One) passing worthless checks Burlington Industries S7% Petusylvesda RaIlroad 421" ..
placard ..heI'll carrying,
Carolina Power i. Light 40% .
The Council members toted Peel Cola BoUlier It .
device and brakes, and licensing. which read: "Barbara Frank
Chesapeake and Ohio 77%
to send a letter of appreciationto rpfllllp Steals 76 Boats v Motors Trailers
and LBJ Chrysler Corp. eo% PIIIIUPI Petroleen 641CocaCola identifies yourWELCOME
Hamp Rogers
Wayne Rogers
Lt. Aleck pointed out that And restof
so Barbara and the Co Ul% R.-nc aM 4.114Colgat..PalmoUv.
both with the Winter Haven
Section 22104 of the code re Police Department The two d.. the Polk rmmtians were Introduced. Co 4'1,) Rey1IO. TeMctIO 42114 WAGON v Complete Outfits
that all bicycles operated 511115 11'
quires tectlves set up the new heck Cone 3esbarAyr UN 9%
at night must have a alert system and will see that Besides the Franks, those Continental Can !II% ...n..11 lUCurti. %
white light on the front visible. It operates properly from the Winter Haven area .. Wright 18 .Klalr Relslsg 1.14 SPONSORS. . and see aH I 15 Johnson

for 500 feet and a red light or who were in the polk delegation Douglas AIrcraft ,30"% 8ec0ll Wallli 1144 .i
reflector on the rear visible Included Mr and Mrs Dow Chemical "I% 8outlten lCatwal OM 'I% Sea-Horse Motors for 1965
11 Are Killed : 11,,,,., of m the :
Du Pont 211% pmtiffr
3authera 54th
for the safe distance This see.tlon Ben Wood of Auburndale. Drvid gtallway
bell hornor Win. Eastern AIr Unes '8J. Spur Aae5. U% : I'".,_ and > IMT life i>f : Proven dependable by over 2 mlJlon owners-
also requires a (Continued! From Page One) and Ruth Wolter of
Eastman Kodak 1341,4 :
whistle and adequate ter Haven, Mr and Mrs.Prawns Standard 011 N. J. $571 n.r."mmuml :
day said the "Democratic Na. Ford Motor Co 60th Sewdeaater 1% .. THIS SPECIAL SALE ENDS SAT. OCT. Hit
brakes. E Andrews of Eagle I r ,n' .f', ,I.n, '
tional comprising all ..
Front General l1ectrtc 81% Swift i Cs 53' .
Section 22106 requires that the former parties In the Sudanat I..keIr, and Mrs D Adams General ltors 100 Tenaeo lee 89se

all bicycles be registered with the time of Abboud's 19W of Lake Alfred and Mr. and General Telephone 33% l/Wenn CarMde. Cyeep 127! 294-2989 : 'Vt< MARINA

the police department and that coup was heading up the d.", Mrs. Marvin Hackle. Mrs Georgia Pacific Corp 565,4 U. S. Aukb.r 61' f

the rider have the registration onstratlons. John INMreth and family, wd Goodrich Rubber 01% U. I. steel 6(1" 1

available when required by Responding Monday to dem. Mr. and Mrs Wilmer McCutcheon Goodyear Rubber 48% W'areer. BrsePlettires tevj t SOUTH LAKE HOWARD DRIVE

police. onstrators' demand that his all nf Winter haven Gulf on Corp. Stt Waiters titian 32 WINTER HAVEN

A schedule of registrationand government resign Abbou.l, 64, A delrgati." ," from the same Illinois Central 571 i Westinghouse. Air Brake :td,

inspection will be announced dlssobed his Dlx-man military group hj.t .,,r.nded the Hum Indiana Heed Stills 13', Westinghouse. Electric 43 ,Trr

in the near future. Lt junta and retained "all c >ustl. phr, y ralK n Tampa on Oct. Inttrnallonal Harvester 13'. WoodWard iron 3,, Vour AUTHORIZED Johnson DEALER!

Aleck said. tutlonal powers" for hlms J :.. Int.rdlemJeal Corp. 52'' Woolworth U L

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NCAA-AAU Baby Devils Play GRID'S MASTER BUILDER By Alan Mover Bill White, Mickey Mantle On All-Star Team I

At Bradenton 5fAfaw'A4 M y,*,PAIN "HA "

Skirmish Winter Haven Baby Blue dafr twi lM BRYAN''a' : NFW YORK (VIM) Hill White, a key slugger, iluiu, < ,ilfchiM' it shutouts- more than rounded out the Infield hadfl,'

Devils who have posted ryf6AAfa QI"AlABAMA, White of the St. Louis Carat the( Cardinals' late drlv foi ih, my nth, i pitcher since 1916. homers and IK. runs batted into

three shutouts in winning ,* r 5lcc ss".' IIA1141' Ei1f YrIVroq pals and Mickey Mantle ol the National: League pennant Lai.t Frervl, t batted .277 hit 18 (to with a .317 average

four games this season, face Ar/f OYI' dFlOVSOQSEGbllry New York Yankees were the ...l 303 with 21 homers and \10J. ,omn and \knocked In 72 runsn Mays hit only .296 hut wab
while Man)Itplalng
their toughest opponent to SEAfdV. 7YENgf only members of championship runs batted In a<101''lolI' to fielding his post. loped 47 homers and dio'.c in
Approaches night when they take the slid cR/MSdV 7vGL'7'm team named Monday to the most Of the season onhronlcally I 111 Williams
on r Ion vrh i a grace and ...ur. runs while had II
Manatee Hurricanes of K cwfR NAP "2'7 4ED AtffY9GNcInCc United Press International 1964 ailing< IllS, WOUI1,1up ,nrt ii it .marked him as a homers and M RBI's 10> go wim)
Bradenton nVAY f M"4 wmARf41y' major league AII.star team. with a .103 average, r;
batted uture eat of the game. a ,312 mark.
Showdown The Kickoff is slated for ara4f 'Fa4E Nf fpOKWiD1 Nine team were represented homers and 111 rum in.
7.30 p.m. at the Manatee >At DYER W i9$9. QDvnr on the lo.man.QUId with pitch. Chance and Fregosl, the An. Torn. taking over the regular Although sMtllned for the

High School stadiUm ur/ Ili Br/96/a ) 4'V7OM er Dean Chance and shortstop gels' pair of All Stars, an Milwaukee catching Job for latter stages of the season,
fo/- MM meet exciting nn the first time. batted .321 with Koufax had a tt.5 record'
NEW: YORK (UPI) The Winter Haven's victories -, #6' OE'F O.'E ANIrVBFAtE Jim Frego making the Los among anda
CYl77r? Angeles Angels the only team stars In ts* pate The IS-yetr. 20 biters aad lot runs batted brilliant 1.74 earned run aver
National Collegiate Athletic As. have been 30-6 (
over Hardee with more than one recurs old Chance compiled a 20. in. Hum', the first Met ever to age He also Struck out 223
soclatlon began pulling out Its County 42-0) over Brandon tentative record awl a 1.
hea" artillery today for what 34-0) over Lakeland and 27-0) Rounding out the squad as mark that Is MIlt second lowest 303 with six homers and 42 pitched the third no.hlttt of
be the final battle of Its
mat over Auburndale chosen by 20 baseball experts of the lively ball era. He also HBI's and Robinson who his career
liter drawn.out feud with the
Key to the Baby Devils' II III
were catcher Joe Torre of the
Amateur Athletic Union for
control of amateur sports In the offense quarterback is the running of I Milwaukee B r a \ e s, second Noire Dame Second In UPI football Poll I
Tommy Wool-
United States baseman Ron Hunt of the New
Barely three days after the cry, halfbacks Tony VanZant York Met, third baseman NEW YORK (UPI) Notre lower part of the standings un. Two unbeaten but Once tied

lose of the Olympic Games, and Doug Rollins, and full 1, Brooks Robinson of the altl. Dame moved Into second place ,lerwent a major shakeup.Geofkla teams, Louisiana State and

(the NCAA rekindled the flamesof back Gary Walker Alternate t more Orioles, outfieldersMlUe Monday |to challenge top.rankint' Tech Jumped from Duke, ranked 11th and 12th re.

the damaging conflict by Is. quarterback Richard King -!s"m .>1 Mars j of the San Francisco Ct. Ohio State In the United Press >nth to seventh Michigan spe< lively, followed t>\' I lorida

suing a memorlandum that referred is in charge of the WH pas -,' ants, Billy Williams of the Chi. International/ major college vaulted from 18th to eighth 11.Imols In 13th and Oregon State a 31.

to the AAU as "little sing attack, ago Cubs and pitcher Sandy football ratings, ranked ISth last week, 13 conqueror of Syracuse, In

more than an admlnlstratlv.anachronism" : Koufax of the Los Angeles Notre Dame one of seven 'took o\er ninth and Oregon 14th. Purdue advanced from

that exploits and II'. Dodgers uneate .ualid teams in the ilso advanced four notchesnom 17th to 16th Utah State Jumped
from 19rti to 16th and lorida
coerces athletes, Iowa State Mass was the moat l popular roa<'he top 10, replaced Ala. 14th to 10th.
State tied
and Yale for
The NCAA council the policy. I'I' te.retter, with IS of a possible bama, which dropped to third. Ohio State received 86 of SB 17th.

making, supreme body of the 20. Chance had IT, White 16 and Nebraska edged Arkansas out fust-place votes and Alabama

, organization will\ hold Its annu. Mantle Williams and Koufax of fourth place, pushing the Ra. u.is awarded five. Four teams .XRTARO n() 'ORED

al convention here Nov. 1.4 and Downed It each Then came Robinson sorbarks down to fifth. Noire Dame, Nebraska, Ar. NEW YORK UPI -Retired
( )
, It Is expected that It will take AgainAMES with 14, Torre with 12, regosl The scarcity of unbeaten and oIn.as and Georgia Tech Areiro honored .
'orb Eddie
some direct action concerningthe with 10 and Hunt with nine. once.defeated major college ore given one flrat.place bal. ) wan

AAU during that meeting.The S: 'en of the 10 players are teams resulted In an unprece. lot eaih. Only two points sop.anted by the Monmouth Park.
first solid blow, however, Iowa (UPI) The under 30 years of age with dented concentration of ballot. second-ranked Notre Jockey Club Monday night after

I may be struck today since Jay. Iowa Slat University football Mays and Mantle the "senior Ing In the top 10. Only IS teams lame and thlrd-rated Alabama. having been selected by the

Ehret Mahoney, president of the team nursing a flve-game los. citizens' at 33. White Is :30 and were given votes by the 38 Nebraska nipped Arkansas by Jockeys' Guild at "Man of the

AAU, has scheduled a press con. log streak, suffered a worse Koufax Is 28. All the others roaches on theI'PI rating three points for fourth (place Year"
ference In San Francisco at 2:30: setback Monday when 13 play. a.e..hd M sr -. .- range between Pretest's 22 board. the same margin Michigan, No. Arraro served ai president of

p.m. EST. ers were hospitalized,apparent. yeah and Robinson's 27. Texas remained sixth but the I, held over Illinois the guild for 13 yarn

The AAU and NCAA have ly food poisoning. v

been embroiled In controversyfor Although team physician Dr Namath Understudy SloanIs I e

the last few years over C. V. Hamilton said the illness ,

which should assume control of "does not appear serious" he

amateur athletics The late said It "terrible blow" to
was a
President Kennedy, fearing that the Cyclones SEC Back Of The Week
damage the dispute the U.S.would Olympic seriously team, Four members of the Iowa Nothing gets around like a goblin

United Press International
. By
called on the lat General Mac- State coaching staff were also
sick. Steve Sloan, the understudy who took over to lead mighty
Arthur to arbitrate the matter
Alabama to new football victories Per Mar quarterbackJoe
early last year.A Most of the players were ex.
Namath became sidelined with Injuries was named Tuesday
temporary settlement was pected to be released from the
back of the week by United
.' 19 1963 with both ai Southeastern Conference
effected Jan.
university hospital today but It
I parties agreeing to a truce un. would probably be several days Press International

( til the Olympics were over. before they would be ready for Sloan a 20 year old 183.
f' MacArthur did make a strong practice. pounder from Cleveland Tenn., the Rebels could turn Into Hal.

I' recommendation however that led Alabama to a come.from. loween night goblins CHEVRON.
an athletic congress be called "I don't know what else can behind victory over the Unlvers. Ole Miss Coach Johnny

after the games to devise a happen to the squad" said Ity of Florida Saturday with aught put the Rebels through

i lasting peace. Coach Clay Stapleton. "Theyare sparkling keeper runs and key a two-hour workout In prepping

The AAU long has been the going to be weak when they passes. for the context at Baton Rouge,

dominant power In the United get out of the hospital and a renewal of a series that be.

States and it Is solidly backedby they'll probably miss three days Sloan had been relegated Ian In 1894.
the International Amateur of practice," mostly to the bench during the At Nash'I1Coach\ Jack

Athletic Federation The recog. Hamilton said all ate togeth. son first but three got games his of big this chance sea. Green said he was giving his !
VanderblltCommodorea"wetl.deservd" .the
nltlon of the IAAF means that er at a training table In the three weeks ago when Namathwas rest follo""lnltheir gasolines

the AAU Is the only group In student Memorial Union Sunday hurt In the North Carolina 7.7 tie with Ole Miss .
the U.S. that can authorize in. night Several became 111 dur. State .
game.Namath Saturday. The Commodoreshave
ternatlonal competition for Ing the night and some were
wu out throwing the an open date Saturday and
American athletes. admitted to the hospital as late
I ball night as the Crlm. Green said they may not suit
The NCAA, through such fed. as Monday afternoon. Monday
eratlons as the United States Some reported the s 11 a k son Tide practiced for Satur. up until Thursday Even your car acorns to swing

Track and Field Federation "tasted funny" but others who day's game with Mississippi
formed In March of State In Jackson Team Points into the spirit of gay ocrtuuons 4f.
, which was were hospitalized reportedly did ,,
1. Ohio Statt (Ie) (6-0) 334 ,!!
1962 is attempting to wrest not eat the steak. But that's about all Namth when fill with ChevronThe \
Dame 288
2. Notre (1)) (5-0)( ) you up
did. Coach Paul (Bear) Bryantdldn't
power from the AAU on the The meal consisted of the
3. Alabama (V) ( -0)) 289
let Namath do any run. and modern motor
of Its control of college salad and new
strength steak vegetables 4 Nebraska 200 ... '
((1)) ((8.0) -
because of right
nine !gale
athletics. fruit Juice.Coiion. knee which was Injured for the !5. Arkansas (1) (6.0) 197 fuels-so right for Dixie's pulsing puce to-

second time last Saturday 6. Texas B.1) 199 day! Your choic of three great Chevron '
Passes At Starkvllle Mississippi 7. Georgia Tech ((1) (6-0)) 96

Jerry West State held a light workout In 8. Michigan ((4.1)) 71 gasolines.! Each packed wilh livelier |>er-

For 419 YardsNEW sweatclothes Monday and hearda 9. Illinois ((4.1)) 68 formanco. long-running wnomy.. Whatever
10. Oregon (6.0)) 61
scouting report on Alabama
YORK (UPI) Many The Bulldogs came out of their Second eight 11, Louisiana you drive ther!!', a Chevron that dieN/ I

Leading NBA times all a player needs to 18-13 win over Houston last State 60, 12, Duke 36, 13, lor. IWidf in Clwvnmand
reach the potential expected of week without any major new Ida 37; 14, Oregon State >
him Is a chance to play regu. injuries Purdue 15, 16, Utah Stale" 3, Chevron Supremeou get Ml'lh.\'I.'lh.,

NPW YORK (UPI) Jerry larly Good evidence of this Florida Coach Ray Graves be. 17, (tie), Florida State and ound that ht'Isdevelop .
West of the Los Angeles Lakers fact has been shown In the per. gan the job of getting his Yale 1.Only. different antiknock rom|> )

has jumped off to an early formance of the Oakland Raid. Gators over their loss to Ala. ( 16 teams received nil the )power built into your cnr.

lead In the National BasketballAssodaUon' era' Cotton Davidson this sea. bama and ready for Auburn \ot.).
Individual scoring son. this weekend The Gators helda Stop at Standard. Go III <'lv with ('lit'v. run! I

race. light! workout with emphasis Sieve
Official statistics released Davidson has been In the on correcting mistakes Graves Spurrier, t

Tuesday by the N.B.A. show American Football League for said Alan Poe Don Knapp Fred Bilcinikoff of
Wo take hotter care car
that West has scored 122 points five seasons but only recently Roger Pelts and Gary Thomas your

In four games for a 30.S point has he regained starting statusat lhoube! back from the In. Gel Grid Honors I I 1 r a

per.game average that gives quarterback for the Raiders. jured list bv Saturday ,
him lead a trio The move paid! off handsomelylast
a healthy over LSU Coach Charles McClen.
however, as
of Baltimore Bullets. Sunday don said "the nicest part" of Quarterback Steve Spurrier of STANDARD
25 of 34
vldson completed
The Dullets' Bailey Howell
Monday's practice was hating lorida and flankerback Fred
Gus Johnson and Don Chi all passes for 419 yards and five
Denver to Pat Screen and Joe Labruito at Blletnlkoff of Florida Slate were
of whom have played one more touchdowns against full\ speed. LSU meets Missis
chosen by the Florida SportsWriters
to their first
Iud the
game than West, follow with slppl next and MrClendon said Association Tuesday asrowlnners
lit, 106 and 103 points, re. win of the season. of the state Reek of

spectlvely. Then com Hal This spectacular passing*xhl.bltlon Braves Action the Week award
Greer of the Philadelphia 78ers by the slender signal-call.\ Both men were outstanding

with 97 points and Elgin Bay. er moved him into the passing Slated Nov. 5 In losing causes as Alabama
lor of the taken, Oscar Rob. leadership In the league aheadof downed Florida 17.14 and Vlr.Klnla .

ertson of the Cincinnati Royalsand Kansas City's Len Dawson. MILWAUKEE (UPI) The Tech upset FlU 80.Ii.

Ray Scott of the Detroit Davidson has thrown for 13 first extra Inning in Mllwau. Spurrier turned in another

Pistons with 92 each. touchdowns which Is two less kee's legal fight to keep the great triple threat performance

Nate Thurmond! of the San than the league-leader Babe Pie Braves was postponed Monda ompMIng nine of 14 passes for

Francisco Warriors who is 1. rllli of the Boston Patriots, but with the battle set to resume 141 yards and one touchdown t

substituting for tiling 7-foot Wilt In the overall rating system Nov. 5 on a bigger playing field running for 4) yards and punt.

Inch scoring champion Davidson tops Dawson by four -U.s. District Court. Ing well He completed seven

Chamberlain, has averaged efficiency points. The Braves had been sched. out of seven passes I* the final
22.!9 rebounds a game for a
Circuit half of the game.Mletntkoff .
uled to appear In county
slight lead over the Boston Another Hve.year veteran, 11
Court Monday to answer a caught passes
has of the Houston .
Celtics' Bill Russell who Charley Hemlgan
show csuse order on why they for 162 yards, Including a
21.1.Robert.on Oilers, has taken over the
touchdown and a conversion.
should! be allowed to move the
ranks first in as. pass reception leadership from
Association President Jack
National League franchise to
fists with an average of 10.1 the Broncos' Lionel Taylor who
Hal r.ton. sports stator of the
Atlanta Ga, In violation of a
CUff Hagan of the has won the title every season
per game, contract with the county. Jacksonville Jommal, said hon.
St. Louis HawkS has made 16 since the begtnntng of the AFL.
But attorney Ray T. McCann. orable mea lose went to Miami
of 28 Held! goal attempts for a HemOgan grabbed eight passes the Braves quarterback Slob BlteMkott,
and Adrian for 145 yards and two touch.down. ,
percentage fUftkerbKk
peared Monday and pettttoned brother of the FSV ;
Smith of the Royals leads In last weekend and now to have the case changed to FSU defensive halfback Pat

free throw percentage with 18 has a total of 48 receptions. federal court. McCami said the Conway, Florida halfback Larry
of 19 for .947. Taylor actually f.Ulo third be.
Braves have agreed to respect Dupree Florida fullback Joe
hind Oakland's Art Powell a restraining action '}11m the F elber, Tamp quarterback Val
has 42 cat ell... Buffalo's Elbert
FlU qwrterttck Steve r
federal court acts. Johnson
Arions Ai Bonnerille touchdown Al'i.5
Dohomon back t
and Miami defensive
The restraining order, Issued Tenet 1 ..
Dubertonhad '
with eight.
BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS, catches by Circuit Judge. Ronoid Dreehsler Andy gUkHter.
Utah (Speedster Art Ar. a tremendous day againstthe last week, prohibits the
Jets Setwday
New York on
fons hoped to make practiceruns Brava from asking the leaguefor Irish 'daringCud
night as be grabbed
to alllloIJI
today preparatory permission to move
for a 43.6 yard average per
( for the world land speed Policy ChangeNEW
salt grab and two touchdowns.
record on western ttah's

flats. New' York's rookie fullback Ioi'1i I i YORK (XTM) Noire

Arfons and !Ms racer "Green Matt 8neU didn't have such a hgtwraaee name's ",..r.old policy : ..

Monster," had! to stay In the pit hot night again the Bills, against ptsqrts In a postseason I541 '

area Monday because of rough being held to 24 yards In 12 at.t. bowl may he He4 tilde year If ,

track conditions. Track offteUM ...... bill he maintained.. vertu II c HSSULIrson the Fighting Iris fcMrtUll teams

worked on scraping the track league lead I In rwhlng with 511 S IMueeie In. a poottton !. claim the na.

and hoped to have It ready Is* yards on 114 carries. Mean wr54155 el eme. tinsel da........,.
few au
Tuesday's warmup runs. while, JiNndlng rushing chasv ........ er at The ,riodl4ed posM of Is*

plea his Clem Brat Dantels of Oakland of the J.-w,.... lI: <. Mhfest powerheuse t t'OCYICM' tI
PALMER LEADS FIELD had big game .... Y' N was reaM Monday '* AIL I tI
Ar 5 5505. DaaleU picked up 167yards Dud bier, 4 asrlr.A.e.
DUNEDIN: FU (UPI) idle Director M (Moose) I
M a a
in I* carries to move
sold Palmer and Jack Nick he first Tam ... T._'. U M kisses, who MM iitesMiirs of
10 for
laui professional Babe hWeet Inks the top v.* KurM M the hew T.k FeottoB wtkers'AsecUMnt
ttsM tus season. ".. Mo i K'.rM w atwt
money winners continue to ,...a ,...... I sHwm "wo sstffet see4the
Iud the Professional, Golfer.AsKXiabon .' Pete Ja<{uees, Mousesn's rook MOT ..'.., II.,.., '.am to a bl. pee U n were
wooer IlsadiNsPalmer .. defensive eorneitxck. tooko v...._ MM for tste siilsnsl itasjfiieMhtp." ra'd.
H"- 1 un Mlif II.,..."
M ftrrt wtth *">.' '.er tilt pass later*eettoc! lead w smHie
703 37 while N'KklSW kes reap with eight and Is IIG'WoeJy OlilSiiil ._ SMIMS Seers Dame he* net played. M
Ma a howl since it beat Haftferd
earned till 35450 >o far tllu taw istereepttoM sway Hut .m/rrmat a siren Bowl
Bill .siper is U Mrd from the league record set by Jon ....... tM, "I w.*.. 27.10 ID the IM Pose eI
season: 'Moms',W pate..we
'arnmat F red Glirk Us' ear. : v A A. /II: rame
[Ia with $87 J>J


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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help WantedSALESTRAINEE ((6-A) Animals! & Supplies I ((10)I ) Articles For Sel. ((12)) For Rent, Furn. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale (


MALE BOXER Riot ServiceReflatend -- FOR SALIC 16J.1.. oil hank and HOUSES a, APARTMENTi 697 Avenue G, SE

Blouses BlousesBy fawn mid white .Ioft. SOlO Ave O. lOW JII- FURNISHED a UHnnt"'I' HID

CYMMl. 34-TF 150.00 Up Wonderful family neighborhood
II 00 PER DAY rental for Electric
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ORKIN To Good Uatlng block Senior High

Lake Otil
I Carpet Shampooer with purchaxof HEAL BSTATE
t baa immediate opening for out MIMIB PINK POODt; SALON. _\ / Blue Lustre. John Poland Hardware CY 4-1111 School one block Junior High
niil grooming I
Complete profeami
Shapely Par Fore aide aakaman No experience. ARC Toy pupple. aMillahle: Phone1W17M -- :26-27 28Oct 2 21RBNTALS and grade schools S blocks. I

Decenary we train BENEFITS for apiwlntm. I""" USED MACHINE BAI.INo!: used -- --' -
: CB home brick ;
Voyager Nearly new
-- machln.more than II 26 week
INCLUDE: (1)) Guaranteed RIBOI8TKRLD femali (iermanShepherd AI.... nerd Vac and Catalog Melrhandio' .. trim. 3 BR, modern kitchen '
Salary plus commiiiion Call all.r I 00 P mCY The Singer Company trd9t rural.ltotll UnfuralehMB.
S-3938. :27'2> Next to Ooodwlll Store.. 27-JU KTTCLIFFE REALTORCY built-In stove and oven. Living I

size 8 to IS plus anent car year allowance.round employment, ((2)) Perm FOR WISE SHOPPERS! I PORTABLE RADIO-record play- 4.411 Eve CY e-Hll T-TI' room has sliding door openingonto

and Pension ( ) To Buy or TradeWE ..r. Motorola Four folding chain patio Large air condition.
(3) HospItalIzation (7)! RBNT Private an
1900 On Royal portable type Terrazzo floors This Is a :
Program. Apply at 360 6th St. SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME writer IB 60, On* record trance TV bath walkingdla er

{ JuMn.'A 7 I call CY __ consul. 11600. Shone CY *-:421 tanca downtown CY 1-3617 27-21 trade-In home already financedat
SW. Winter Haven or BUY uaed appliance and furniture
5tt% interest, no qualifying :,
43201 for Interview. and w. aell need apllancaIand | MOVING STORAGE UPHOLSTERY FURNISHED APARTMENTS .
22-W: furniture HROOKfl APPLIANCES I FULLY Automatic. -zi .Zac Sewlni;;;( 1 I bedroom |!6O to $76 I Price: $15,500.00.EDNA :

-- -- FURNITURE 261 Havendala Machin.. Buttonholea. blind up Beanlay Realty Co (34 ItS StNW ...
COTTAGE SHOP Blvd _.IT hems. Without attachmen TIm I CY M757. U.TI
EXPERIENCED LP coo aervlc -- THREE! IVORY BROTHERS FINE: UI'HOI-STERY to choose from at 179 00.( The Btngei WATSON

860 Cypreii Garden Road man Age :90 to 30. Vacation medical WANTED to Buy 8mm automatic MOVINIJ COMPANY EXPERT REFINISHINU Company. 3rd St. Next to One 1 BEDROOM furnlihad apartment. !
coverall. III. lnuranc retlremint electric eye preferably motor COMPLETE: FABRIC Sfc.LC.CTIO!: will Store 27-31: 166 month ATHERTON REALTt REALTOR

Open A.M. 'til 7 P.M. uniform benefit Opportunity driven. but not .....nll.l. Movl Agenti ALLIED VAN LINES WOLFK8: UPHOLSTERY SHOP 643 W. Central Ave 204-3284.
for advancement If qualified camera for tank and permleelon to Local Long Dlnlanca 114 A... A. BK CY I.2710 BOX SPRINGS Mattreaa. Rjfrlgerator 1S-TI I. 121 Ith St., NW CY Hue

-26- Oil Lakeland 681-0143: for appointment have It checked by reioiinlaed photo Moving at Storage' : Day Night *. C.ai or Electric Rang**'

II.T repair lab: Reply I Jay Dunlap Box Call Collect 6S3-764S 2S-Ocl 1 a TV'. Dinette*. Sofa. Chair.. BEDROOM block "Cal'f.-: : 27-
--- _ -- A-I 466. %, Newa-Chlef a-TF WarehouiM Off Barlow Air BM bla* and Lamp New ,. fumlihed I $10 weekly I
Your Cholci -- --- --- floor ..m&>I... $1 00 up T.-I 3-8T51. 27-21 -

SOMEONE to care for 1 child at : WANT TO BUY Freeier capacity :25-Nov. 25 TELEVISION REPAIRCALL WAREHOUSE FURNITURE 62 BY OWNER bedroom home \
from Zotatcomplete my home. Call 172-1294: 37-2 minimum 2M lb.. Aim window 81. NW BEDROOM furnUhed apartment Exci.Kent location Consider I equity I
tight air conditioner with heating 26-1! : Ground floor lOll Ava L, NE;. In mobile home 293-3067 evening

EXPERIENCED curb .lrl. Noel In minimum 1CMK BTU Call ALUMINUM "" IT 2<-li \
I $895 capacity JORDAN'S TV ADMIRAL ,i'r.-t.. ; ;; ..; .004' '
Jack and Hour I to 12 -- ---- -
: 21. Apply It peraon Halne City. 422-1174: 2914602 condition. CY 1-6101. 21-21 .
k Butty, 2S-2: 1 to 6 ::10-", For TV Repair Tranalitor lit floor apartment Walking dli. CIEWLY PAINTED I 101I bats

1 .Screen Lntloaure Carport Car Radio HIT SINGER Uaad Singer Con.olSewing .. tanna to town and lake. Qui C.S born.. f.:, bn:1'rl"I:
Guaranteed Machine Fully gumranl and clean. Adult pl..... Ml Av* I
WHITE lady for church nunerywork ((8)) Automotive .Awning .Window Screen Glft-tN .ed. Only $6300. Portable from NW, 11-I. Irabl. I K. location i near new ahop-
5. ,I I America. Girl Sunday and apodal occasion Building SpeclalltleaALUMINUM 8 A. H STAMPS I-TF 1996 Thl week only The SlngeiCompany I Ij -B. !I Ing center. walking dlatanca ALL
CoU: Wave .. Call :A4-I644 22-21: j Oood.will School. Owner transferred LawDowa
i 2rd Bt Next to
--- --- Aiium llort
SALES CO INC. 27-3C NICELY furnished I room apartment Payment
ALICIA .' SPEEDOMETER Tachometer DISCOUNT. tFNTKAL ..WRIDAF.LII'T Store Air conditioned water furnlhed cage Ills Seventh st. 8 E:. 23-011:
Do It"Ava
Let George ------ -- --
OPENING for woman Permanentdaily : RON 1It 11 TF
CoU Weve Complete aervlca and new cableaL SW 283 659427Ocl USED machine cl..r.nc. CY 3-6865. 27-21 -
Carter Girl part-time work In oral ra St BW: A. a 6lh St. 2931417ProfeMional *ew ng
J Bervlca 1U 6th 21 while lant Sewing MachlnlExchanKe
SOUTHEAST tall! buitneee. Will train Glva age CY 4-426a. 1-TF Serviceat they .
CARLTON 45 Sib St, NW 293 1390
Box A-1490
BEAUTY SALON I and% Newe-Chlef education, Write 27-29 RADIO moderate IHNPATtMtl" expense a-Ti ((12-A) For Sale or Rent BY OWNER CBS I BR.. LRDR .
-- ----- -- electric
SOVTHIAST PLAZA i i8rtftl NO DOWN TREE SERVICE 1620: Ilavendal Reconditioned lovely kitchen with
QUALITY mem ..
WAITRESS wanted Neat and dependable Ml rang A dlhwaher illdlnr (!*
cv 1-1139 Opin Iv'ry Evening Sundown Retaurant .. I work uniform. Not prepackagedAll door to patio Separate torag
Apply at .
bttwrn 1.00 pm, and ItO PAYMENT iltei-color II 00 *ult. 611Arlana 1>' TRAILER on Lake Cannon Excellent and utility room Wall to wall carpeting .
and II,00 pm TRIMMINO CAVITY DEMO88INI Ave. Auburndale Sid.Contl""I.1 condition. 11260 weekly; In LR,. D a.. Hall Irrigation -
pm 19-TF CAHUNU RE SfcTTINU!: WHEEL CHAIRS Can 27.Nov. 21 81..1" 'uur. Adull.. A"ry' Tr.n.rr.rk. front/back lawn Nicely landacaped .
Party with good credit to ...umfl -- --- ------- 21H061: 27.1 *% mortgage Takeover
I ,', Jewelry balance on 1963 Rambler with low Complete LUKLB n"'t'RtE; EellmateaCall SERVICE: I USED aet of World Hook In good no 1eto.I no broker; fee

WANTED Experienced waltnaaand mileage, Be* at Lake Region Bank 16-Nov, 16 condition Call W3-OM1 after 6 M Monthly I paymant 16318 Including'
: CY 1..336. WHEEL CHAIRS fur rent Alao ::
\U Third Street SW curb ,1.1. Apply In peraon 21-27. Hoipltal Veda. Crutchea WalkeriCommodea pm. 1TIIt ((13)) Real Estate For Sale taxea 3010 Elm St, NW (BiitmomnShorent.
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I Vi Black) South 01 Pout Office Teddy Bear Reetaurant 170i thBt -- Godfrey. Rental. cy SIZE bed with headboard and I 2527
15TFWANTFD KM DeSoto Standard Trannmlealon EXTINGUISHER 12411 176 A... A. NW 1-T1
Quality Watch *JrfJewelry new tlrea good condition FIRE S mmon, maltr. 1:10 00 CY

I Repair : Parttlm wallreu. Ban sio.uo.: Phone 294-1186 21-27 I 1-6101 - -27-21 Gold MedallionModel PROUDLYWE
Marco Reitaurant Apply In yemen VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS For hrc..ndore.m.nl .
U", .. rant good Mail Offer'! Call SERVICE CO2 RH'h..ln.1111 ilvnalur: -
19-Nov. 19 CY J-S571 I.TF Mlh Bt. NW Winter Haven Fla. aeal|:*e-* locket alM dating elampa. .m/j.hR/ I I RAVE

WANTED Cocktail' WaltreuMust ---- ------- OTVI367 24 Hr Service 2-TF SERVICE for Klrbi. PRh'$S, Phune CY 41229: 161 Av Cypress Garden area nov
"be neat dependable Apply Hoover Electrolui and all otheiFree Wa will b* proud to rave about
A. NW -TF' for sale. Only three of thesi
FACED WITH A DRINKING LaMond Steak House 4 FOR BALE 1963 FALCON SPRINT pickup 1 delivery and ait thli brand new three "bedroom two

Lounge. Cypreia Garden Road All arceuorle*. Small equityAuume I RE.WEAVING mate. REYNOLDS VACUU1 FOR SALE left. One Bedroom Model On bath homo you will be. too when

PROBLEM 39-?' balance Can be cern anytime i LEANER SERVICE PhoBY All porcelain frlgldalre automatliwaKher Bedroom model ajid. the trl you *e* It On the outild portcharm.
after lOOp m. CY 4-2803: 27-2
.' W3U Warm anlqua brick with
Perhaps Alcoholics Anonymoui .. I 7 Nov I loll 22nd-St.Excellent. NW condition.27 166-21 level which hat been used II long. whit nhutt.r. double carport .
EXPERIENCED Wan,,.. Wanted 1169 FORD tialaxl 600 4- Can Help Uood Working Hour, Park automatic RAH, P 8 Sharp $'.95. Eipertly Re-Woven an office. til. roof lately deilgned concrete

Reitaurant Phone' CY 1-4324 27-1 -CY-S-7H36-------.--23-29--- I 8MARTT WhAVl.NO AUTO SERVICE (III) Wanted. To Rent All theie beautiful homes an driveway and graa and
Write to Poat Office Box lOlt ;:wo SERVICE landccaplng already In On the In-
Air 6UO 2-dnor hardtop
waltnuea wanted conditioned 1M2 OALAXIE
633: POPE AVK CY 1-173 Garden Grove just a aide three large bedroom -
located In
or Call 294 1447 Haven Club. Enc.llnntIaiary. 4IM. engine I rarburatore. 4 on ,
after 4 ....11.. R/H black bitabllahed 141 of Gardens two decorator etyled bath woman
Apply : the floor neat \ half mile east Cypren
.ocf.r --DODUBAulh 1 bedroomi deilgned kitchen with custom
hnune with
Weekly Meeting Open to the --- with black condition and white IINMno Interior Can, Encellent be' 21.Nov 22 "rind Factory Service OitChry.ler by Furnlihed couple Write Box A-1487 %, Win.t.r Open Every day or cal Cabinet. Formica counter top. and

Public Tue.day, 1:15: p.m. aeen at 401 Ave M. NE after I .Plymouth ValiantFIXIYD .Lancer Haven Dally N..e-<:hl... 24-31 293-2517 or 293-9338 or 293.3528. built-in oven and range mack- largelivingdining
room or aerv-
START AT ONCEEarn p m. or call Lakeland DM6I4IliTF: BUILDING REPAIRS RoBERTO MOTORS John G. Wood and Associates Inn bar leparat family room -

Polk County Health Building I 121 Sllth St. SW 39S.4101 I I-A For Rent Unf. 22-21 large, ceparate itoraxe and utility
- ( ) Inc.
27-Tt II-Nov I II! room cara-fre vinyl aibeito
BAlE 19'.8 Chrynler Wlndeor 4- .
supplying Avon --- ---
big .
money floor* and central heat All this
diior nolan Lxcpllent Air conditioned P0 mnrna II| repair Job rail retired AMAZING offer Owner tranafrrred and more for 117.600 Including
Chriitmaa Gifts We train I' .
you heater radio Full power builder CAMPING TRAILERS LaKEFRONT' Fur the particular. 1 year old. brick home. 3-bed" Urge lot In the flneet location In
(I-A) Instructions to repreient Avon lofts 00. fit-n S m I CY 1-2470 I dlecrlmlnatlng tenant PrlvaUbeach rooma. 2 bath. ] earportea. 2 driveway -. the Hill of Lak. Elicit. Cornerof

I Central heat and air condl' .. Underground aprtnkler aya 16th Court and Av*. E. NE
OR 2II-Tf tinning Extra large living room tern 14 OHO equity for I2MO Tall 2M-4264: and w*'II meet you
I.B.M. WRITE P.O. BOX IMS ((8-A) Business Property 1 with fireplace 2 bedroom. TOWN 213-847. 212ALL there with the key or call M3-04WI

CALL 182-4137 LAKELAND O Z Y COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. C\ In th. evening Open Sunday aft-
KEY PUNCH 2S-21 arnoon for admiration Financing -
2S27 Painting Papering a-1141 BRICK HOME
) .
L I'AMPER: batha, paneled 11- arrangedRY
S-Bedroome 2
FOR unfurnuhed -3.
__ ; FOR RENT Modem
WANTED: Experienced, electrician RepairingI. 2-bedro..m havoc Air conditioned. Ing room large Florida room. built) ----- -
I Week In and helper. Job In progre Sea Bank and Downtown In O E kitchen with lumlnoul cell
Near Exchange: OWNER 3-bedroom
Day School Jack Silver 1700 6th St. NW 25-27 Modern Office unit Air I Suitable for office Adult lug. utility room, terraiao floor, horn Aluminum Furnlihcd CB
GET TIlE 1)ItST Outaldicity aiding on
14 Werk In SERVICE-STATION-- Young- man- condo & heat Excellent location J McCOY fat clean Quality and retconable workmannhlp -- I Bale Servue Mental frrenci-.. 1'hon 283 1844, noT Beautifully. but hat landecaped city water and pew Large fenced lot. Carport. Utility -

Might School with ..I.. ability Familiar with 239 3rd St, S.W. Phone CY 1.HMO. 118 .Sib LQH1UA WHol.l Blvd. -.HALE UIST M-1V Incllavendale :. 1 BEDROOM I bath home South' er School bin to all arhooleWO heat building Sprinkler Air well conditioner Very reaaon-Cell

minor auto mechanlca High echool Blteet Jan-I'hyl Village 17 TF 14 TI. Paul Srt-ti.o Keanley RealtyCo | DOWN 195 MONTH 133S .
LAKELAND BUSINESS Ample parking Ideal business S-13M able Ava t. NW Near Waitwood
graduate, benefit Include CY
Company *14 bib Bt NW CY S-2767. achool NOT.. 1
INSTITUTE, INC. paid vacation. free Inauranca. I di, or professional office 21-TP' 21 TT -
Peechtree Lake Win week. Apply Flreitnna 26-TF PAINTING JOHNSON CAMP TRAILERS RETIREMENT home 2-Bedroom
401 W on Owner will rent month to monthor DOWN
-- -- --- 6 Cloie out I486 up houi Electric 1100
Lakeland. Florida Bleep prlLel 3 bEDROOM maaonry Florida room, dining r.om larg
MU I.MM give lease. I Bank Rate financing aa low a. 14 rmn e and refrigerator MOTOWN I BR. CB HOMES living room with flrcplac.hard
ANYONE CAN MAKE A rilARLfe.8 IMfiRSON month Regain your payment b, a COUNTRY REAL Low a* In 00 month wood floor. tile bath, modeled
6-Nov I t" friend ESTATE 1-1141. 26-21 CHARLES McCOMIC. Kef Broke .
renting your CY
Phone 294 !U4. Phone CY 1-bills IIw,. : kitchen with new birch cabinet
"FLYING TACKLE"BY t.tlra.te JOHNSON APPLIANCES: ----- -- 215314512Ne Built-in oven and range Central
LEARN :. ful Work by Hour or 17-12 Lake Alfred 373113925Nov S-Bf DHIK1M uvfurniohedATIIEIITON houee, ,. 11 oil heat duct Into each room. 8rt"
2729BTOKh --- ----
USING THE 6-Nov I 21 ; REALTY 641 Wl'nlral REPOSSESSED HOMES Lot ant garage Drive by 124 Av*. Y'
NW See what 18600 will bu)
: Modern CB I 2
monthly payment
111! I I I. Dl I N i, for; intnext OKNE (OOPFR. REALTOR Lak.iclfced .-
CLASSIFIED ADS I MOTORCYCLESYAMAHA 3 BEDROOM 1 bath 1500 7M A I bedroom conatructlon. Con
(Spitdwrltlna) to Portir Paint 26(10 BQ ft MARINE SUPPLIES art Z9VJI78 Evenlnii and Bun- 172-1636: 21-27
I 311 Court. NW. Keanlvy Realty
to air conditioned Will decorate! to -
I Week III null tenant To are. call PorterPaint Co '34 bib St, NW. CY 1-2767: ,. day CORP 23-248:OF FLORIDA.27. FIRST MORTGAGE- M.'KETIIiSTli BESTTIRNKSGIVING

Day School (2-B) Loans Up To $600 24-4271: Ave D.I 3rd m., Manne Acreuorle CLOSE! OUT. av TRIUMPH ("YCI.ES 21.T. ----- ---- &
NW. J'f. -- -
I .m. Discount on allacco.wr.a S<-If tartlng and .|H>rta model LAKE!: ELHCRT!: ,KSTATEStBedrooma
2 BEDROOM!: central air conditioned CHRISTMAS OF ALL
We.ki In
while they la.t No Money Down ...., 2 ball, family room
Night School FLORIDA WHOLESALE .I.. pm bally: All Day Saturday houa Southeast tlon. II 00 double garage: central heat and

DOMESTIC I I. the company to burrow \ (9)) Business Opportunities DUTRIUUTORB INC LAKELAND YC'Lk. ('0. TOWN COUNTRY REAL 26-27 air, carpet rap... dtihwaaher MA16th Put your family In a new home

LAKELAND BUSINESS from! WHY 1117 Havendale Blvd 23-730: SOI 3rd Bt SW CY I-No.4-3323, I. K8TATE CY 1-1141. St.. NE. 23-OW7: ) 0-Oct. 20 Ibis fall for the Best Buyi of
I. Friendly ..nl -TFFIXIT Them AU
401 W Pe chtr*. on Ukt Wire I Strictly confidential ""TAnInOHLUIDt.J1 ((12)) For Rent, Furn. 2300 12th St. NW

Lakeland Florida : Open Saturday until 1pm. tENTfB SAW SHARPENING LN
MU MSM 4. Open evening by appointment A new conception In aelf anrvicilaundrie. SHOP
I. Hum owned and operatedkjilabllihed featuring "a"." exclulive I SPACIOUS HOME IN
Nov. 5 I I t I 1
wanner Have I ON CHAIN: OF \
.. ; 1)3 ticket operated TMHOMES4LOTS
'xcellent location neat to new T-II B.... Shear, Tool Ih..nad! Bedroom housekeeping cottageaAlo rate CHOICE LOCATIONPrice
Cnme In or call your friend Oora I Star at 203( E Central Approximate Quick aervlce nn toajten. team ama day brought In W* fix elm'k* room Monthly weekly SIERRA*

Mullion .1: Inveiment of $. 000. balance Iron. perculatora. electric blanketa.clock I electric blanket: etc rHILLIPIlAW Beach MOTEL n-hlng 17 North reduced from 118.600 to
financing Back
I We handle BHOP
year cleanera. PhliIlp'OmaIt a. SERVICE
11."r lb l 600 1K&0 ft of living area t-Br.
forPROSPECTIVE DOMESTIC LOAN CO. and tlrand Opening Write I Shop Corner 14th and O. NW (Os, Korner corner Avenue U A 2 I tll.d bathi. Urge FR.. with tile 'RENTALS

BROKERS 3rd St. & Ave. A, NW CY 4 3219 t Rd" Harry Feldman 2664 It-Nov Ameden 1* Inwood, back o( KoeyEornerPb.nn : lIla Inwood Phone 24-2133Nov, II FURNISHED Cottage I mom and floora. LR. 22 a SB with fireplace.Itclnn GROVES
Winter Park Fla 23-Nov. 21
.a- :J 4-2133: bath Sot 6th 81. BE CY a-2704 patio laundry room. work-
J SALESMEN >>T" .hop 1 car garage lifetime roof.
BKER Tavern For Bale $9,1000
itcxk ln',I,1, ,"4. I3JSJ Hw> I IT --- -- -- rsvp. lake arc..., lot 130 S 146, See na or just Call CY 3.MSI
Beginning '. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED Wall av ceiling Inatallatlnn" lAIC
((2.Q[ ) Collection Agency \ .uth lUrtow 271 EFFICIENCIES and lOb BEDROOMS tt,700 down Call CY 1176 or Ban
7:00: P.M. MONDAY NOV. t Nice large airy room. tow 6W-4171. 1-TF BILL GARNER
((10)) Articles For Sale I (10)( ) Articles For Sale Conveniently located In Old Poetsl

HOTEL Delinquent account don't get paid WANTED! .....7. iTFI Take up payment on a well located
unite follow-up I* taken on Charlie Fields Assoc.
proper I ROOMS of furniture Including bedroom. CB home la Lak.Alr"d. ,
LICENSED GUARANTEED them We Invite all profeielonal An ''''bltl..* man w Ii. Singer Slant-O-Matic j I rang and refrigerator. Stereo I like Something NIc.' Payment lee* than IXJ flU 402 CU St., NW
and bualneta account*. Beat rate .1.11 el b. an ldopendIotSelnil I etc Take over payment 11 lit per YPRMifl HARDENS per month FR 2-1422 11-Nov II
In town! Mer.II."t. Pane ...k. "SOO"Vculj APARTMENTS 2531

PADGETT COLLECTION BUREAU paId traimna' 'In lemma ata I month I;., ilhJR. T'URIC. U fthBt CY 4-1942

of Winter Haven Ino lien Merenend.ilna. and Icr.nm NW 21 Modern bedroom. furnished apartment OOOD BUT
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL CY 44211 TX* Pure O'f Companyayipmant like reaponilble party to Uk Air conditioned Excellentlocation a-Bedrooma. IS batha central heatIng -

Located In um..IIO Loan BldgIS. tie a nindern f.lI-f..t' over payment on Singer Blant-o -- -- -- MUST Good location cloee to all
Phone ZM0801 lI.tlan Inc nine .n tI\I Cy- Matlc IoW'Zaj."J.:1: machine 21-TF 1 964 MODELS I .arhool Contact Mr Lamar
,.... ardee ...... 'ear 661 In and USED ALUMINUM SHKETS.-prnaa -- -- Engllih. 25-1
223 ".. Piuie aanoeo' Clots' make all fancy etllche all without platea 3$'' x 98" 26c each uplo I I BEDROOM apartment New furnlahlng GO SAVE UP TO _
nod a.ul".t Winter 910V10 attachment Complete balance :20 platea. >>31 platea 23c each;: *. I block oft Lake Howard -
((5)) House Trailers mo.iI.ntat. .,... Will Fewoirenoms $141 S3 or 17 00 per month 40-1UU nlatea He each over UNplatea wo TOWN COUNTRY IIIllllIIlIllllIlIIIlIlilIIiIIllllIlIllIlllOutstanding
supitel f.. 'oek and lie each Excellent for manyhome REAL ESTATE CT 1-1141 28.27 $1,000.00

Wanted Intereetedf Call FULLY GUARANTEEDPhone and farm use*. Ra-roof doC
((2)) Help Trailer with and without Cabana' *e write O. f. Driver P. O. bird house* with them las ai 1 I BEDROOM efficiency. ..parUn.IILN. 1-3 DIR 2 Bath. A/Cond. I |
LAKE: DELR TRAILER PARK I Sea .... Phone 11.Ml. aiding on farm buildings. At th .., clean NortheaM ....110..
-Inquire- at office. Telephone Winter' H.".... 294-4205 News-Chief" Office 1J4 lcd StNW 166 TOWN COUNTRY REAL.ISTATE Range Oven Dishwasher. I Buy i iE

GIRLSPart :4-le44 16-Nov 16 Out of Towners 7TI'IJLVERIZKD -CY-1-1141-- .- --27 Drupes Carpeted Living .

Detrolter' 1 BEDROOM cottage 14000 Room. Patio. Intercom 4 blocks to Garner E
BEE THE NEW 11 wld "Ir.: ,

TIm. Work. 5-. Evenlnga 12 at Weit.Lake Auburndal Shore Court. Sill 20-TF Hwy I II !'-A) Furniture I Call Collect Dundee Road PEAT ft't- CY ,::1150.JBlackwelder Cart montli uric AI.BO rju bedroom Lake Blue DrCY System Large Lot = School, 2 blocks to Lake

$1.50 i up hourly --- -- Lakeland, 683-I 535 llTFSTRAWBERRY HIM :aa-17 2-3 B/R. 1 Bath Ceiling E Cannon beach and park =
------ -- -- --
----1 feel5
E "jammed up"
for flatting A ... fineture 20-27 I CLEAN furnlahed apartment Bun- Heat Terr Floorl.Rani'
a wo ,
I Dally of
Phone 293 SOU f 1.ETE h1ln. full ThornhlllRuad =
Bargain prior $661100 rang I __ plant on porch "...... adult only 2u7A E Ing in this BIG CB home
23-2 ""' lflludnl electric < South of Old Winter .... & Oven. Choice Location
n-21 4 mil* .. 24-3444 o I refrtgerat tere*>. tablea Havoc La..lancSd- .!,*:174 _- E I on its beautifully landscaped E
-- --
USED: RtrRUItRATORJKangea : .1 Large Lot.
VPndin'.l ,
".'.otc 'Ilroomal IlTIPRINTERS EE
S-BKDKOOM and Florida = ft lot
Maaher Dryer dlnlac I 100 s 150
0' :J mouths Take ow. payinnetlI
((5.A) Moving & Storage area WAREHOCSKKNITVRK Air Conditioner Recondltteaed --- mom ("timpletely furnldied. P'ui- 3-3 B R I Bath. 3 bedrooms; the masE =
SERVICEMANGood par NW fully guaranteed Term.rome -- --- y catiwled Dtahwaahwr waahlMmachine Ceiling 1 -
i S) Ilk St "I $MM .*.a Up JOHSIIONAPPUANC' .... ....., .. '" h and drrer Near arhooTSIDO Heat Terrazzo Floors ter baa a dressing room =

with; Lake Alfred monthly CY. M6H. 21-. Built.la Range Large = and private bath Full =
: I
oppportunity IMPERIAL MOVINO STORAt.E PIMM 17I-1IM, Nllea rlMQ
Control Or. Prompt and effklent. aervlce for $ ROOM FOR lENT with private Corner Lot Fruit Trees = Florida room PLUS If
Itadin9 Peit all your moving need Call (110)> ) Articles For Sal. 1TTFHOIWHOLD entrance aid "", .1. hath. O.ela I = 25' screened patio porch =
route X CY .... -TF
ganiiation.; ; Previous CY MIM for free eitlmate -- -
helpful but not Agent for Allan Vaa Line, inc. : '.........111I. far aalaSI to LakefrwtABBrtmenu E PLUS II i 20' tropical.
experience ervlng all M etal.e 14-TF tourt Acraaa AIR ifiNDrriONKO MENTS. FHA FISA."tCIN'G. E landscaped patio OfS
with l I.tad*. Table'* (lormertyDexeti 7 aprla Lake Nicely han elltd ly
necettery Applicant ." ": lw name aame fa va.hvNUBMBON from North O.l* t7-2t' I' COMMERCI Ad.lU |17 N Weekly CY i-illS CLOSE TC t E: fered at only 13.500 with E
initiative --
neat appearance Services lie COMPANYo l..TF SCHOOL. SHOPPING = |450 down payment You EI
and willingness to PATTEKN-WEUL furmlahedapartmeata CENTERS. CHURCHES. OUTSTANDE
IUUM YOUR LAKE FRONT lca4y : can aee this

can advance within our CVT WHILE: YOU WAIT LOW CoavmemUy located ALL OUTSTANDINGBUYS : I E ING BUY by calling EE
Good Incen. CARPENTER work Roofing Remodeling >TAf ii ai.rrn orria .1 PUN K FORD'S TRIM SHOP. e)lAve GC1YERNMENTI Claw-la Call 94-2121 15-39 I
organization. N. araxus.Watto S JeW CY HUH 2>TF IF'OU ACT
tive .rr.ng.m.nt. Repair lOUIS CY TWr l atALL ----.- ---- I .1o"t UrrUtEaTlto air condnkwedroama NOW CALL TODAY MALCOLM TETKEAULTE =
pay mba top AU power I I
now B40BIMk Coeiaole TV RCA and klldtenettea. Next Whaat : 3-Stl EI
21.17 CveaOiga
Broad program of employee 4-3579. naual $17 .ia.|.. $ M Stereo aarf Ht-Fl enable A maul ,d J.r.lli' .... PlasaCT M u4 l-Ne,. I I
: ; -- --- HarrisConnary ; Days CY J-1141
benefits. Age 21. Minis $17 \ file eacejMt &...118111 eoad !
NtCB ROOMS, 17 M waekQatet
35. Only applicant who MADE DRAFCI AND WINTER NAKN TVM IIM CY S-tl41 t3WEATHER'S trI"t Prtv entruMMCY per 416M17
llltclMd Inc.
withilend thoroughlnv.aflg.tiov modern Hickory ---- I II ; |
$ ;
can nbO.:
NW, CY .7:1; Mr* chor Al'TtJI'VL Dma M Sn'SdMo.rhi. COOLING FOR Winter Haven
..<* .PP'yTor "1'1.. I I i'P.iDROOId APARTMENTI I i
;:: I I' RENT ReaaoMkta CY 341 E V7MJcdJ1lfl'fBfl rr11izCL5'Il4l /
I"t I S7 M SL SW
'nip 0555 0rIot
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AppointmentTelephone All type Commercial C i.tt .. :: 3, N1Leo915 RESULTS ARE ...: A. NW. 194.1219 -5-SEDtOO5mt.sii.d- --
CV 4-3201 Residential guarsatnadDrawn Drafting : inainvaa.s.1.541a i, ....C"\o"'Y.oPo'.c.' ........, m Lake. SIlver Drive iltv e Oe4Apartment
Sci.nactlo. 1
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Johnson HeckledBy A LADIEs'wuR '.

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b.- I Georgia Mob I

((13)) RM! Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sal RCClPCCONTS9T IN 1TaE ? tvrW r 1 Ca41

AUGUSTA, Ga UPIV-Pr that ht IOU aware of I lie Ind.I

HAPPINESSRECIPES 8 UNITS Ident Johnson ran Into some of dent. Rut he was aware of the

the most persistent heckling of persistent hantlng from the -

Price down Coned. his current election campaign rear h\ youngsters waving t
a low one bet 1011 II e I
,OOD VALVE t """ ....... I room apartment for intro wael here Monte In a threestatetour Goldwater signs ono
.tiaiae large llerldi ..... ly each moat are rUMlBHWIHUe ; of the South After a long interruption, the:
..._... perch. lole If ......,. upkeep and mamtntanc Generally, the let bopp&nc President said:
BIII&-... ce .eairaUr] lerale< ample parking 4 monad tor cmmerclal
., K4 Ave T, kE 117,m uee on biuy hishwar It' wing Into Florida Georgia and "I was In an election ca...
future value w s 100 loot lot South Carolina brought ringing pugs four years ago and I re.
BIILDER8 MODEL new aaidifferent .. dont mta.' this opportunlr applause from rwarmlngcrowds turned to home state In the ---- -- --
I ,,",ream.. I baUe, r>ipHtaf call today, my
helH-lat. central .heat amlr estimated to total more than last days of that campaign We
eeedltlwiliil reavealeiit I'feetheart '. CALL, US FOR TRADES 280,000 persons went to the hotel Jo( Dallas) to
_L 11.$.. About 50,000 turned out Men. wash up before we went to a
day In Augusta reg'rdwd as a luncheon meeting. But the en. I
: I redrew. Barry Goldwater stronghold. trance was blocked and the .
_. with FUrlda r.nntar,
,....... lot with commercial pee H.re. u earlier In Macon, hecklers were there, and they
.Iblllll" .11..... Johnson was met by chanting of harassed us and they hounded 1y 11A

.'nl" 1IIf11 ioJU. R LTY "we want Barry" from terw us and they knocked my wife's \1
cA agars at the rear of the crowds. hat off.

/{ Q E4f cede' The Chief Executive silencedthe "And they spit at us, and they 1ip

I chanting by likening themto called us traitors, and they b.

WARREN UJ W, Cevtral Ave, 'diseased' taunters whocpat called us treason artists, and

SECKEL, Realtor I.... .A a. Oran Bamia AtWrtM, A.MC., CY CY .S111INIto. on him and Ms wife In Dallas they had ugly signs and they

Aitotlatet Eve. PII. A ....) during the I960 campaign dealt not In a single Issue that

W. & >MeRejsolds> CY J,3605 .. "I would like to come and My we were debating
to the of America that had to talk about Lou
Roles WUtlejr CY 3.SMS NEW l-bedroom home. mown people "They
.....1011. $50 00 per month CY MMJtlJW these tactics that we have read personalities and little petty
Wilma M. HudMM CY H5ZZ:
about and that we have seen things because they were little '
CUM Clary CY 3H3SJT. of TrntyOgD y IT w.\8 YOUR\ cACT T DON'T Nt.J! 1 'I !!
don t represent a majority petty people"And YEOW !
down tioo.U monthly No quail Americans, they represent: aminority 1 as we walked from one NOW 010T14 Et0'ENGION DON'T THINK \oOlJ COULD) I 1-( IT "
1100 DOWN 6SOO month. 10IRh tying Nu closing rata. :204-1110 of poor, unfortunate hotel to the other In a free 115 ACCiprNr COROHADCEN CAN COLLECT -- ? ) \ r
It., NW. I-BR CB Imme. JH'J \. .. 11 L1k1F 1 r i
souls that ought to be pitied In. American city that has never :II: T I ANYTHING

dial Broker occupancy CY M649.C. T McComlc 35.. > stead of criticised" Johnson known anything but democrat.Ic aII 'l r ,\ -V J.. i ".f ii 11' 1

BANG! BANGI said, leadership and democratic ;1 h } I I1j. \ < -
t"f. ,
bedroom : : ( } it .. \: -
houM and
a-BEDROOM: Before Johnson reached the ways, and democratic freedoms, (., \ ; .
koiu*. credit 1100 down CY W16I- ISO FIRST month HUNTING SEASON IS speaker's platform at the Au. it took us more than an hour to c:') it Ir n"d .> ... f. ::
If : I Ir
MORTGAGE CORP. OF WINTER ON WITH NO LIMIT ON gusta.Rlchmond County MunicU walk across the block becauseof c: > I ; ; .

HAVEN "TF pal Building, two eggs were I the chants and the saliva that I : ( 'IJ \ .' ,_

IDEAL, START BARGAINS IN THE hurled through the air. They was running out of their mouths j1/1 I Iv \

The Boat Time to Plan your future CLASSIFIED SECTION)13A splattered on four drum major -and really, some of them I' u i 1 :
It now The way to begin U with ettts and a mlddle.aged woman. were diseased, they were lust f
upkeep home The v ( : "-
low -
t modern Johnson gave no Indication really upset' ... J
i -
tint la In BUN ACRE
to look 1'-- i.j
place tC. 't
modern CB .... { ,,, *o.
Start with a new ) ) Grove. 1 .
II. lot I- 'l
with ,
.. .room home L 11-1"017' "",
built.in kitchen awning wlndoweterrain I I I _
floor, formica counter The Lighter SideBy
tops tile bath larre carporte GROVES --- -
ulllty. FOR ONLY $8360 00 $350 00 10 Arena Oranges T yean old ISO .- ..
down $5570 per monh. WE TAKE on hard road Oond place to build 8161/Yf HE5A5Alvr IFMS$11EP.' lyy l r f A.U Ir NC i,A* 'l MVrUlA-1-
TRADES Call DAN WINTERS a home All for IK.000 TermaM DICK WEST Your views on what you can l lllGin +IAN".iMt.QOKSIllv1* ifs
MORRIS BRYAN CY I ACRES LAND afford be little unrealls. AS I AM"' NFW4KF5 UkAvr v i iSpuEr
CY S-1431 or United Press International may a
...121L J8 1 12 Acres In oranges Some. old,, I SOKir'n t4 ars ,J1crHE'f AAtRILY. w eJ Ai4rn run Tine TO ouive TMK. GOLD SPIKC.TN .
mme young Nice crop on old treeiHai WASHINGTON (VP1)-ThereIs tic at first'That .' IUSPIWDID) .LVP ..JMYMAT7tW' ALL 7)IE'Cl/RS-'A1 Y t ; UX)! KIN FOI.K8 COMINf MOM 'NDDAD I" well. pump and motor and an old Watusl proterb that is true enough as far
WANT TO COME ft; UVE all equipment to care for drove translates: Into something like as it goes But it neglects to -' "g n
t Beautiful locution to build a hornIli' '-----
YOU' or are you Ju
WITH I itorrhouee on hard road SM',HmiVrmi this: "A successful man Is one point out that the longer you
for a bit roomy
looking rlh ,
: on a large corner Jot with To eee theae c J-1WT. who earns more than his wife slay married, the less roman. 4'
double carports and workihop LAKE ALFRED REALTY CO spends" tic and the more unrealistic
have' zr-ai
Well itop looklnbeauty we Stop up and shake hands with your views become
aunt that In Lake Alfred and owner t pOUT
North living In a tent and' a total failure. "The solution to money prob.
nred to Mil at once to they can buy (I4-AJ) lots & Acr'.g'Commercial My case Iso hopeless I am 1 lems Is not necessarily more e1r ht
up and there"So 10 by.110 then Hours come by even beyond redemption by the I money," the pamphlet says

Sid lets 1.rkloo! LAKE ALFRED U.S. Department of Agriculture. Hah! The Agriculture Depart

REALTY COMPANY 27-11 Lot But .never let It be said'that I ment should meet my wife. She

NEW INCOME PROPERTY I gave up without a struggle. has never yet had a money a.w .- p '- .
Apartment. plus 1 warehouse SO x 150 Ft located on Ave. C,. When I learned that the de. problem that couldn't be solved 1w \

for additional rental 1211 Are Chamber A. SW Across from Exchange part men! had published a new by more money. __ .
behind --
building ---
NW, second pamphlet called "A Guide to Only on one point doe the
11100.of Commerce fcaiy financing 11-TI' Bank Parking Lot Wide newl Budgeting for the Young Cou. pamphlet set forth what I re. = .. TT111UMI ; ; 't ,'Nt MY S finnl' AND 11''r. 1 I UNMMTOOO WHY OU/ PKt'tttll l J'I ,
paved street with alley entrance Hit AIM luWINt WMtN 1 KU t.eo'liLe'
-- *
- pie I ordered a copy right gard as practical advice This 1 UMFNT A' Ut'.Eli''
will IJOOOO consider DOWN low down payment In rear For tale by owner iwiy relates to couples who ha\<* rut ( vtt'-ti' I v'Ar! ',' I "'( ( Owner P.M. AITIK )QU MAD '\Ilut< '.
33771 After I ruxy JOHN SMITH, nvoo
Phone CY via
bedroom hour all "ran or an on his t Considering the shape It Is In, expenses they AsoI MI u.oj 4A' 'Ii, )
Miume_ rymelnd.lh11500 montn1 ) for- or Edna Watson, Realtor, CY you might be wondering how the willing to do" and who sllll "UN I"A' ,:RACK )\ AN6KY I << IX,,T( I.(LAST h'-4i NKjMT A f'AUINIO lr0 Pi(' NLsf'
\ or
I lots acreaft. or imaller home. To "'414*. Agriculture Department o all. have mora commitments than A66I.( Iil 'INS Ju.Nl. /AIINiOgUIp TO 'M 1 WIN' MOTORIST' '

tal price $10. UO. Atherton Realty 4-MM. lei to offer bnde>(ary advlreI they "ran reasonably expect to 1 J COW HOllY CON I ItNTt<< ': 4 r1
Ml W Central Ave a7-T" 'I I ACRES 4 mIles. mint of WIntel. wondered that myself/ pa for'"II then future." AS'10' iou*. wi,, r : -
Haven on 641. TERMS CY MM?. Yov.lao might- Wondering Whoa tail happens the pam. .

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfllllJust :! ft.T" what budgetary advice for g *let says, "you mst want to al
.ti ? 4.
young couples has to do with consider ways of I IlIrrt..t II\K i
LOTSLAKE agriculture I wondered about your income"

Estates hat, too. That is a capital I triM, and so ,
Cooper WINTERSET Beau And finally you might be won. Is the pamphlet suggestion iiU

E C5olce Southeast indeed I Iful citrus trees Chain.ol. derlng why anyone who has that "you might be able tomake ;
Attractive entry foyer In 9: Lakes REDUCED 181X10 been married IS years would some bobby or talent pay (1' a ,
E order a budget guide for young off.
to huge living room on1'lookinl BICKFYE I have already decided to J
slidE WEST LAKE couples how .,.-... ,
E patio through :: Lakeview S3' x 128 fruit All I can say in regard to increase my Income through -- ----

tog glass large bed :: rcct '3ISt. any of these curiosities Is that some hobby or talent. I plan to "STS N W uv> sAocrKNOtt >, l LAN 1 N TW.N1V'R'174
E rooms with wllk-In clOI' e I was desperate When you are write a pamphlet railed 'A Rfl NOlr> BAftOUNPO 'v { uQT.ngTY

eta and 3 private baths 'LAKE IURTRIDGE Pine grasping at straws, you don'tchallenge Guide to Budgeting for the Ag. 1 wANT DAI' ITiT I VUU WANT MIJ b MS.fsA'rS'1 TOM puwN,T I".t v.ARw MAYBE,

E compll'te kitchen bullt-Inl Terrace 110' x 200' ANXIOtS: :' the haystack's ere.denllals rlculture Department." y "1 I ANb 1O/ Led oa4A'h \ -.ti'
5 centrally heated and cooled 1 OWNER $1(000WARREN "N Twle L R.N.HtC.OL J L. I

already financed e I Anyway, t obtained a copy of 6 in.. ETta vOVASfRAMM
'.J U. "i'11I'U 111I
gal e the pamphlet and looked It over LEADER ADLONDON
wIth mortgage you
_ Call 1t ea.Q+ C4f.ltte as I WAS going under for the . illUme.
third timeNewlvweds. live party official today said gIE
I F Thl
I PAt'LSM111lEnalDll = P1I.n43In'IiM Iar often m?IPromartl they had no idea who put s noticc l ,. .
Realtor I Ie
I CY 3.:100: SECKEL < than I u< t!rla abut In s London newspaper ad '

27. what It ariiiall ,,sis u, run a vnti..lnl for a leader for the

I houiehol,I." Ire, paflptj..r, s. new (;ersatlve party "


2" noUrj1fi'fD1n rr OCTOBER. PEOPLE NEARLY EVERYBODY tort I y1 ,

::ct3.1141l WU. ULiJU ARE HUNTING FOR y

:i 25427 :s: I ADS -- -. -
SiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimMOVED GOOD USED HEATING READS CLASSIFIED - ---

opNiHo ioMt9 41Ne.Y aroutwupws / ArAr1MY .W lone ,JtoleersMAT
r ,
to swell' lie TNl pe nt! MOW ,, Al/Alti NlJNAAe1 ? 71f 'ADD
moved ---
Tea! Another family has JJ ovsrrJAa.rAw
beautiful SUN ACRES We .have SO WHY DON'T YOU? TNf CAS'A'0! 00,74. 7pAIIAre lgrau--mm sl 7y0M+
their trade-in. bo_for Bale I .bed- I I ODAwNO ,'40Q1 wH0 734'YhItDI rtHO hWAnw
moms with carport utility. net Legal Advertising I ____ ___._ ___ ____ TD pQ1 *' 7AV9 ", Isle M'Wr3,0. -
Chain link fence around property I s 1 TOE,' I mtr' ,
110000 dow and tak up payment"Dca't
mlae tall opportunity! Can
iirrnTiof: TOMARK
xorirr or
ArrticATiox roM1AL lh
J. Ita Eaatt. of ,
or .
would Ilk. living In Lake .
comfortable :J- All 111.1 II May T.-
Alfred In this very
Jroom home Uvlnc room h.. NotlP to hereby gins! thai I I H / sa curt
front have filed final report. a. E
replace. a big arreened ray I ..440MiJ4gv4Nl TAM
ol e
..IIrhbortloOd. amtm
"inert nly' 17510 de.trable Term' FR j MSfJJkKF ; BruedMrt elect.ere that I Mfiled '" -a1 1 CAaatlS f1WSAItD14R1/
for final eIlhe to !
REALTY my petttlo.
r-ANY ALFRED RM charge, aid that I will "in' b % {
Moa Rlchart A "r.a.m.uaty
('. Judge d Polk l. Coon",y. 1'bden

Close-In mi the Ittll day .rf Nt nnber >. > coutf xev a 'S TAt-A <'> fns JNTACr
of IK aam.and
1104 for approval
final hare. a. Em*.u ": xis "( 4M -< ran" 035"1
B Low DownPayment I Irt. af the ...... el E.U>. r B'vetiert. K e Nu4ylg+ x+Nas ray o aaeri ac, Ys, taut I etloe 1D/ WALD 'T.4'w L.ST C4" I MTuesda .
>eeaa 4. 1 T'mutt see WAtlieoO AO As. rouet, u, rpe r '
1MA' e '1 aieL. YOUMOULD
This *.. day of Ocober Jilt "I YAntNavLv sac YOAI. 10 TAe AV 4e +g1. ON 1rI.OMCI
Adelaide Bruerbert T,' .-' f>ti MA' ac W we Cevocwawrt. tor"AuTHOet ; gaeTN'.
I Bxeratrw of tilt east tttXher AI rpu. 45 P, ii reca .' S* A ppyylt
Partially furnished 2 bedroom Braxrkert 4. ./aexlSTRAtmnrv AT N/ THAT THt C'l t

frame borne on 75 i 140 ft. lot HHARITa C, t. evrCN 1AVI.OT1O IOU A

Home U vacant Redecorated AtlOTMT KAUyiwt* "b: pee1lenrwp' +

ID for M.500 CALL MunRla A"Sue I 1ua
Winter Hans. Plevlda +
Ort 11 10. If If'r"i l iMBUC / t
Beasley Realty Co. r


-- -25- I" M+neuro 11-01' ( 'tkgA. o I I

DOCBLE INDEMNITY ..Mleiam.N.Ia/Y.- Ht'd = .

lJooo buys -- -- -- -- -- -
On Price $ -
this Insurance special A .. 2M 34vsS11w r' 'rlE we tW! ib t R f well Miss
., A'IeN'r4r Doi aptd-I
1)411141 iFI41x1
Duplex furnished and oc w- [ AC'Wat.G r rf1 ,i'Meta akfA J I II IL IiiA Ir 00440 Al tAeg 004e Arl'.N' 11w',30 T 107240L
pled. Your decision to caB d gbsmlr M I DOwI reeltQt* Dam' c' ro Ill t0U
frA w rata ttwr MAt MAC!
for ta appointment, wiR.d It a[ Kev r M 1I
a4 TT.a M SW I
be a mlstak Cj -Y
Can ZeDa rearm Itavea ".,.
car I

LEIS BROS. on tl Ha t ISM .- ; : : aJ

A no
12M ttk 81. N.W.

'o".JIe Nertfc GI"" I TAKES NO COFFEE j I

!!4.3197Ere. I BREAK ITS A tOt HUNTING \ J< r "r .. ,8II

A Ma. ftOT8U "'. '/ to: I' d. ,

CLASSIFIED FOR "- III''' . .. ",. f ) r h .. ..IIf'',( : : r :

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,' Page Twelve WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN flORIDA Tuesday October 27, 1964
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Doty Farm & Garden Supply




rM R OCT. 29th

S;,a" ti ;, FEATURING

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\l- : : WINNERSMR.

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Talisman Peace Zulu Queen (The Blackest Rose)
The DoctorClimbing

Talisman Mirandy Marechal! Neil (Ole Timey Yellow)
Climbing Blaze PATENTED
Eclipse Charlotte I Armstrong COLLODIAL

Etoile Floribundas De Hollande $3.50 EACH r

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