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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: November 1, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
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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 WiATHfR Winter I Haven Daily I News-Chief CHrvt TU Citwl City Of Of 100 Ttw likes World


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VOL. 54-No. 29 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA SUNDAY NOVEMBER I 1964 PRICE UN CENTS

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:: Bids For New York

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V Goldwater Moves Into South




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a 111k Last Weekend



For BarryBy By I'nlled Press Interastlonal
M President Johnson and Sen.
rer M t Barry M, Ooldwater both
raw
JACK BEAIUN } moved Into arras where they

Associate Fditnr are already credited with
Barry CoMwater U expected strong support.
to lOp Richard Nixon's ST Johnson led the traditional
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per cent of the 1900 Polk County rally in New York City's Madison

vote In Tuesday's jirealdMi- Square Garden Saturday
till election, helping to tip the at the close of a 14 hour day
NO. SOo-Jollph W Higgins new eity commissioner, hume the SOOth
Florida scale toward the Republican that Included stops la Dover
member of the Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce the civic
I giving organization only candidate and Wilmington Del. and dee
100 more to go to reach its goal. A membership plaque is given to Higgins by Ed No polls of the county have lamIon of a war on waste .

Stephens one of the memberthip committee. been made outside of the In. Before the appearance In

formal ones made by the political traditionally Democratic New

parties i themselves York Uty: however, the President
Work which are of doubtful value. t } 'LJ looked for votes with i
Mrs. Denies
Hotly GOP but observer believe they' motorcade swing through Nat-

detected a much greater sentiment lau County; and other Republl,
I In favor of the Arizona tan leaning suburban areas

senator than use evident for GoUlwater's main campaign

Charges On Voting MachinesRepublican Nixon four years ago appearance was at Columbia,
Nixon got :90.493 vole out ofa S C from where a speech by
total of M378 east In the the GOP presidential nominee

charges of irregularity number with the protective records are correct but he did I960 Presidential election The was broadcait over a 11-state

In preparation of voting counter number the seal number not himself check these numbers late President! Kennedy got .. television network throughoutthe
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machines were hotly denied and the paper roll number. ," she said 23041. South
yesterday by Supervisor of Registration However, she said Allen did Actually Mr*. Work noted There will I i be a lot more GIRL SCOUTS HELP VOTERS. -Winter Haven Scouts joined with the Lesou of Before heading for the South
Blanch M. Work not personally Inspect all of th* there was an Independent Inspector votes rut this year than in Women Voters to provide elet'ion: information at two shopping centers Frldav Willard the Arizona senator also

George J. Allen, registered 218 machines hired by the county the last Presidential election.In Lines Is being shown a sample ballot by Debbie Smith the other two scouts being Becky scheduled some digging for
Democrat serving as a poll "He signed a statement certifying commissioner to check on the 1900 there were 74.834 relutered Hreio, left, end Frances Carlisle, They are Troop 63 members votes In other areas In his
security officer for the Polk that the numbers on our (Continued Un Page 5, Col. 4)) and only 75 3 per rent hometown of Phoenix and In

Republican party charged in aprepared of them went to the poll This Johnson's home territory at
,
statement that he was
not allowed to lest-vote the machines time there are nearly 10,000 San Antonio Texas.
after they were sealed. Two Army Planes more eligible voters the Property Owner Unit Krebiozen Johnson \In I speech pre-

Allen also charged that he was registration for Tuesday Is pared for O.'er. outlined his

not allowed to Inspect the maChines 84.411 campaign against waste at aa
prior to the time the The predictions are. that ftfl .Retracts Charges Sit-in Ends'In overall battle) igalnet"waste
seal were Installed. Crash In Midair per cent wIll/ go t* th**t>ollar"UM lit ill forme" from pennle
Mr*. Work pointed out that Name for the higher per for tervtcemtn's dog tags to
preparation of the voting machines (Continued On Page 5, Col I) The Polk County. Property vtlgi'lon' ,that lid Am..n the waste, of warfare Itself.
take more than a few AUGUSTA, Ga. UPI- Mrs. H. H. UcDermon, a wU. ------- ----- Owners Lsague admJtte'i t tel LfttMi did not enter ln. Myagreement 14 Arrests "Our effort to sustain prosperity
minutesin fact likes many Army twin-engine CV2D ness, said one plan crashed ) that there had i.*n w \to appose the Bu'lgttCosuali to keep our economy
day and nights, and that representatives port planes collided in "rlgjit across the at reel from 'Barber Pole' deal betweea the Winter laM .lon Act, nor did any from going Into periodic
of both parties were during low.lovel maneuver my grocery in a ball of American Leflun and county County Commissioner ask fur
WASHINGTON (UPI)-rour.t booms and busts Is a major
Invited to stay and watch the day and crashed in a "ball flaa e*." Has Gold waler commlaaloncr in isis blacktopping any such agreement. W* ar* t seen cancer victims were are campaign front M the war
preparation from start finish. name," killing all six Mr*. McDermon said the oth. of the parking lot at the glad to take this opportunity reeled today when they refused on waste," he said
"Th doors to the voting aboard. er plane crashed in McBvan Taking FloridaThe new Legion Memorial Horn lo correct' an) errWioouatm 'to halt a liMn protect In the He cited the coat reduction
warehouse were never closed," An Army spokesman at Swamp about one mil south of Tb* board of director of KM preHlon arUtng out of the omens of Health, education! and
she said Jackson, S.C., said six bodl her store league laud a sinement Mi original article *( Sept 90 program In the Defense D*
I t "BII to.r Pod" Welfare (HEW) Secretary Atwthofl
As for Allen wanting to test- were recovered.Two The CVtB Caribous can car. Mala which la said the tliart mad* 1981." ) J, Celefarcas (Continued On Page i. Col. I)
shows +that Goldwater is going
vote the machines she said hour after the Its Sept 90 had 'been reviewed
ry a* many a* 32 troops but to yak? Horlda. according, to
that she pointed out to him that firemen at the scene apparently only three men the lid the board "wishes to make They sirs arreaed on charge*
returned, on prM
the cards
after he list-voted, the machines the six apparently were crews were aboard each piano IdMflal rare the following correction Pops Concert of 'unlawful entry" on federal Dr. Wander Is
would have to be torn down only occupants of the "1 think they went together The Daily Ntwa.Chief content "The Property Owners property. Such a violation car
and re set, so there would still The planes were part of and hit a little bit and lost con. 150 letters to barbers all over League reeognlMs the Amer rica possible. Jill and fine p n>
be no proof that the machines formation of four taking trot," Mrs. McDermon said. Iran Legion paid tor surfacing allies. The fine could run U
would record vote properly.Mrs. In Air Assault II, a "One pulled away and nosed the listen sum.<'u the They talk were of their sake pan to their parking lot with blacktop Here Nov. 10 high a* II00. Haines CityGrowers

Work then leveled some maneuver Involving 32,000 8)y down and burst Into flam**." irons and then "mark the en The County Commission, upon The demonstrators started the
charges of her own. She said in the Carolinas and Georgia "All I could see was a ball closed! card aa to how their patron advice from legal counsel did sit.!a two day ago In protest
that Allen signed a statementthat The planet crashed about of flame." to vote. In both trade; and clay the lot prior to The Winter Haven, Pop Orchestra against a federal government
he had examined the machines mile south of Augusta in Mrs. McDermon said she national* were and going state elections. (he III'lac""" The legal open will pt*.*M Its se.- ban against. the controversial Head(
to compare machine wooded area rushed inside her store to call There were 17 letters returne Ion wa based upon the Amer and concert of the current season drug kreblocen. The demonslra.
for help and did not see the because at fault' e Agency, In issuing! operator their of the Is cut
second plane crash Nora Mayo HU supply serum :
The cards maikurt came Mil
Exhibitions Of Local Art "But I could see It buMlincov.r i. .I' iws, Senator GoMwe'eras licensee and automoMl ta... The concert which will be oil
"We have learned through Dr. Mesas Durovlc dltovr
there the ,
,
On swampX"she )
Pr> OSI I said.One er of the drug, which. he "'uim*
In the tmorahtp' rare It
tier kind, I* Ifhtldulll4 l to
of the aircraft crashed to be effective In treating can.
lla dun 17 and Hoi-
vices
was
> begin at' 1:18 and wttl feature
Are On Display For I approximately 100 yard from icy I' fc 1 tile cards M1- Clint Thomas *'*irino; June Daniel eer. and his brother In Marks Chi.
her rural general store. n't, ah i',"- Jte for this race. were indicted Thursday; i
First reports Indicated that Car Tallahassee, It 1. Miss Danlela attractive ripe on charges ottolatlng
The nevkly-organlied Realistic bershlp chairman, Mrs one crewman had parachuted.This Peterebu, ? ti4 Miami' + *h<>....' bruMtie, will stag selections a federal ban on interstate dls.trltxitlon ae'W1ly i

and Crafts Guild of ton Agey ry :UIJT) was discounted later. 'rat'lieu; e |pa''ii, mi wnrefut.1.'t-( Lions Officer skids have won her acclaim oIllr.l.ft..
Arts
The were too close: to, the .' I .' I HIM, nato wherever he lies pertermedtadiHM In a new development Friday,
will have Its The Mayot'l proclamation
Winter Haven
In-
(Continued On Page S, Col 1)) ap..earr' > I.' Uwat'i In her program will the perlme brought tame
first exhibit next month In two ("Continued On Page 5. Col. ('lint Thomas was named third be "HabIM,*" from "Car- tar evasion charge and filed
downtown. show windows to Introduce $1!I' e pre 11""'" of Uw WtntsrHaien met"tpesiMi >ereM Hens In eseew of II million
Itself to the local pub Uons ( lub si their regular Sleet, and aria from "U (Ie. against the brothers for a p*.
meeting r rtday at the hem M by rvMtai Hd "VIM- rlo covering the put four
licThe inhibit coincides wed l'.rklt'lurant.! M. My City of Dream*," by year
American Art Week which Is mallet, Frank .,mall appclntoo > Dr BteU! MwwyaskiK II was also alleged thetas
being observed during the first rhiimas to fill a vacancy performance will b* Bulls that the DurovK shipped
week In November f hr, 'iale-1 wt.en. [Ivan Moody retired. biMag. .l* Mayor Hughes Steel has ,Issued (i I' it Pe tub to *ngg III...**!. Cwsde Lark," with rMte by the country, to Canadian and
proclamation to remind none "M r arxither area, Themes ll*.ry R. Btsnop, and word wlas banks, during an earlier
a Havenites of the observance nu teen a member of ... from Maks>.ar*. OrMtr for.year period, U34.SI.
Winter Coani "if i,Ira tors for several m.m *r Mr*. Lueil Dennis Igtitewa persona started. to. -
wW *.*cmpBT her the fl..<*, day' third day of the slum at
art exhibit i- ears"ui' I. W WANDER:
DR
The Teslirtlc ,new rr..mIIe" were lntti'te Tbe orstMiMr will performthe Clt>reiae's office, four erfthem
will be on display starting < >i a* bone I In e.'.....4.s Overture to the Oprs"II.,. left| after Assistant MiW Or I. W Wander of Lake
Monday In windows at Beft. 7es55i presided< n .r by Interaationalniruullor moth" by AndiroM ThomMtgeanberi's Secretary Bufu e. Mile and a Alfred has been elected president .
Undthl American National John Crisp and Poll ".yipoheer Wo General services AomlnUtra uf (h,' Hates city; Citrus
Bank la Cypress Gardens at w '/utierreand Dlstfl 0..tr. I" UKMliic the Allegro AsdanM MM iiarfe took the group from) rowers AisoclsUoa to sue
Southeast Plaia and at the CTT ft. iTMll) C kr. Those Con Mo o. MUMMtto. and tee fifth floor office dawn to r who
Uf A
tied! Camp resigned -
Winter Haven Public Library takn into iMmUrUp lcl..... Allegro VIVK mwemIMrl"pawaw" the basement of the slivstory
be sues of business ..f.f'1 -
The Belk\ .Undsey exhibit ,. 'f v'vrgo: N* som, TUImaa L. by R**.l. and will HEW building. They were that require him to be
win be m display until Nov "lIItebeal', Norman Caanc and. doe the "'fllram..teII the bellIl'oMan.d placed In a police vehicle and deal
uf if
out country a great
15 and the others until No lliUaI }t'd:; Thomas On Page .. Cot Ij)J, H."ttaue4: Dos Page I. eel II)
pj-ealdeot Mgrnan r*.*na4 r>r Wallet l a director of the
30.Th tl'Uona '.r the District C...
Painting. aD by Winter IUiM ( "ray group sine Sep.
Haves area artists hare been Joel i.ec'inc Nov. I at Cape trmiwr UM2. Is general mat'ag.'r .
1)) ant urged a* many as Tourist Club To LaunchIts
obtained for the exhibitions by ", of rowers fertiliser Coot -
poem! ic attend.
the Guild. bkh bat 53 mem .rati" of Lake Alfred and
ben and voted atN last 'former member of the staff

meeting Federation to of join Arts the Florida 'i 'Beat Robinson' New Season This Week (It I oatlnUfod On Page S, CoL I)

The ergaaliatlon meets at Ribbons On Sale

tile Village Shop on SR 540 Tb* Wlntr Haven TonrW reason will be K.V. UTVi
next to the HoweD Glass Blowers "&ts: : nobbMon: Go Devtle"wiu Club will begird th* **.*on'sMtlvtlU efcil will lacladeg Splitting
on the first Tuesday evening r1tAxJU go on sale tom.r with stMtaeboMd, *.*(. *.<*rUimeat and d cIng Ticket
of each moot at T 30 + row ii, UM Coacerariv EdM ..... on cask Tuesday and along with Nuftlebeerdand Easy
November meeting bow h tics Deprtmt at WinderHaves Friday affe .. a* 2 'stack card '1_'.
The Nov J Hl(k School and at the Martaag IM wkTV Friday evening wu nw ela Splitting a Florida ballot
Tuesday
wlfl be on
ever front office of In* Biwe-Chief. tag stwffleboard parry sir die t* aimpl
j!> bee I..* of election day of shy.I. Merely pull the
1M nbtx wl are white wed cols be seed gMlor IM4 season A matter 1e"rop
Aa art clas with Mary the tottnng and .u tat Menta the |adU on scab WedMedayaJastwaoa Sirs eared the .*.......ai tile """II. tile aam of the candidate
Dean as director meets everyTucsd" at MO yctwk U3n close of "wbkaooer*. apple elder fur whom you with to
nth at T at th* Village MAYO PROCLAIMS ART WEEK-MT" H., SW besets *fc. CM *f U<*l Wow rju.d trop *..*!. (/ aii."*.. 4. and card it*** lAd dauinmti were served. rjt. *. regardless of party.
Shop Aayon Interested art with a pfclmati for America Art Week: 's James G.e.rd.1 Mm WWef H..e.h.liltic of the rtMwsM fas w.4 to pro tor all matchers of Hi* .***on DIM sera will be issued Make pre. the X.mark is
la tile CwJd; or UM fautructioa Arts end! C** ti GwU 'looks ".. Urn Gw'U. will MW Leal| art tlvr.egh.et" Hv > mot projxu tl UM Coopers Tkwd y aveaeng. siarUnfNo O. dell, In in* Civic Center (lit showing after you ban
ilia, get ffl leash with Mr*. ."'Mr. I It was (ideMaKy, th.. new m y fi* first "eel.III.M.; Tk* .WlfIt I U a Peal, Hv* bduo'ton Opr BM.< of I. at 7,20: p.. Lake silver Drive, starting pulled tile lever.i .
D U1y..5C41 or the 1M. erf ..'. w<

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Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORiDA Sunday, November I 1964


; '"' 'I IRS Agents "No Coupon Necessary"

I For Fitness And HealthBy hamber "Super-Right" Extra Lean

j'Ii I FreshlyGROUND
VERA CHRISTENSENA j, Arrest 103

WAIST BENDERFor Li omment

trimming unslfMly mid For
GamblingWASHINGTON
rlf bulges this ere/cise ii exidlent By L L DAVISChamber
Not only will the entire ,lr'if
ef Cemm.ree
midsection derive benefits ((Vfl) In.
but the upper hip area and ternal Revenue Service (IRS) I E...cu !v. Viet ",..Id.'" ---I BEEF
upper arm and upper back agents have made 103 gam.
area will receive their meai- bung arrests and seized more COMPETITIONThe rrr
ure of tit-etching. than 133,000 In a aeries of MgtiU
nine raids In a 30-state area vital role played by the Winter Haven Chamber -
The operation Friday was one of Commerce in the acquisition of the new Junior
If you happen to have a light of the Lb. $135
dumbell.around the house use qutcluatrlking periodically campaignsconducted by the College, from the inception of the idea many years ago 3

this. Otherwise you may UM IRS' Intelligence division. The to the reality announced last Wednesday, should ma- .
a can of food'or a rock or an agents fanned out simultaneous. terially strengthen the public image of the Cham
Iron. Hold this object In one ly, went into 49 locations and
hand as shown In Illustrationand caught suspected gamblers by ber as a courageous, hard-working, patient and persistent SugarCuredSllcedBACON
Special Allgood
bend over to one side urplrse. group of clvlcmtJdedcltlrons
while raising other arm overhead Among states covered in the who strive might town Winter Haven Council.
giving plenty of stretchto raids were Mississippi, Ala. ily for their communityBut Individual property owners In
the midsection. Stretch on bam, Florida, Tennessee,Mas.tachusetta In the keen competition the ares affected the Chamber c
Lb.
ly five times to one side then Connecticut, Rhode among cities who offered permanent of Commerce, the City 2 .79
change weight to the other wr Island, Missouri, Ohio, Colorado sites, some bitterness Commission and widely Pkg.
hand and bend to the opposite Arkansas, Pennsylvania developed. publicized to evoke public
aide fivelmea. Maryland and Kansas. The Chamber' record si an comment.
t Cities Included in the dragnet advocate, and as a promulgator The beauty of Winter Park's
were Miami, Fla.; Nashville, of progress Is well known. closed mall cannot be described Special! "Super-Right" Sliced Western-BEEF
Tenn. New York Buffalo,
You nay I increase the : ; the adequately in words nor
N.Y., and a number smaller In Its efforts In behalf of .
stretches each day by one until Idea be satisfactorily
communities. city, either In advancing and can an
you have reached a maul- In addition to the cash seized, Implementing new Ideal for gained as to how this mall
mum of 20 stretches and an IRS spokesman said the growth, or in its role as n. would apply to Downtown LIVER 29C
bends to each side agents also confiscated six au. Better Business Bureau which Winter Haven unless one seesit
tomobiles and four pinball ma. protect honest citizens from In person. So that those at LB.
.. He said most of the ar. unscrupulous characters, It is fected and Interested may see
rested persons would be bound to Incur enmities. These it, a bus trip to Winter Parkis
charged with failure to pur. enmities sometimes are focused being planned. Other Chambers MARCAL WHITEToilet
chase a federal gambling tax on Chamber officials who of Commerce have sponsored -
stamp. carry out the prorgsms, or. similar trips.It .
r The operation was the biggest who, In performing their duties is hoped that a busload '
since series of raids last June
a
50 be signed Tissue
become Involved. people can up 99
In which hundreds of
persons for the trip. The date for the
arrested In 49 FOR
t were cities
NOT PERFECT Winter Park visit and the program
i vAr
I It should be pointed out that which will be arrangedfor
the Chamber I Is not InfallibleIn it will be announced. later Special Jane Parker Freshly Baked-APPLE
r Miller ElectedAs Its judgment or In Its efforts -

Winter to promote Haven n the has growthof made '

LRr ( Director errors and has frequently failed Edward Martin PIES I.lb. 8.Oz. 39
to reach goals of achievement

N .E (Bill) Miller of Winter Sometimes It has the set criticism for Itielf.la Dies At Age 5 57] Each
Haven has been elected Justified but most of those
president of the Association of who criticize do so from alack Special Jane Parker 'Light, Tender-Angel Food

Southeastern Stale Parks Directors of understanding of the Edward Dewey Martin, 57,
problems Involved In carrying of 214 Elaine Drive, Auburn-
Miller who Is director of out projects. dale, died Tuesday at the Vet
I-I
Florida State Parks and Historical Criticism of the Chamber erans Hospital in Memphis, CAKE
Memorials, was elected then, may come from several Tenn.. after a long illness. Ring; 39
Y at the annual conventionof sources Martin was a veteran of
1. From honest, sincere
park directors In Ocean
World War II and a memberof
City Md.Miller. people Chamber who and differ Its policies.with the the Grace Baptist Church. .; !III nuu It lli. Fr:;
husband of Winter lack lie Is survived by his widow < J j m
2. From those who
Haven City Commissioner Mrs Elva Neva Martin of Au-
Mrs Virginia Foley Miller knowledge of the Chamber'sfunction who burndale; one stepdaughterMrs. LARGE FLORIDA
said that the organization will and activities or R D. Addison of Mer- FRESH
hold Its next annual meeting are misinformed as to Id purposes ritt Island; one stepson, LevIn
In Florida, but the ctly has and accomplishments.who Melts of Stateiboro. Ga.; i iv :
U.S. CmXfN ON' TRIAL'III ',OtAND' Mra. Jan Ercmalhold.* not yet been determined S. From Innocent honest victims people of the five sisters, Mra Flay Mur Avocados 19
a photo of her author father lit Wanhlngton. pondering* wheel are. of progress. 'ph)'. Mrs. Annie May Camp- EA.
fate in Poland H. i e. MefclvRWAVankowIca' T2: ,who cam l'I'' -f.II.'V' J Every effort should be made '. bell and Mrs. Emma Lee ; y*
I to the U a.)during World'War 1C:: became a rltlien. in 19M, CHERRY HILL N J. to explain to them, or to apologize Tea!cue. all of Auburndale. II.
and returned to Poland In 1938/ to become one of the nation' Jockey Bill Hartack won the for Inconveniences Inadvertently R. Tlllman of Gainesville, and
mOlt respected writers Now he lion trial In Wamaw rich Garden State Stakes with caused Mrs. E. H. Janes' of Bam-
.
Charged with sending material abroad that la ".l nd.roua Baiblzon In 1956 and repeated bridge Ga; one brother, Irwin DELICIOUSAPPLES '
to the PitopU's Republic of Poland.' the following year with Nadir unfavorable Martin of Albany Ga., EXTRA FANCY RED

... .. .. . . .. ... ...... Chamber, think of the Junior and Funeral five step-grandchildren services will be
Insurance
College, State Farm -
Company, of dozens of today at 2 p.m. at the First IBS. 29
industrial and businesses nowhere Missionary Baptist Church of FOR
of new road and of Auburndsle with the Rev. E
Watch Channel thousands of new residents L Johns, pastor of Grace .
Remember that your Chamber Baptist Church officiating, assisted .
I la working for you eVt'ryday by the Rev W. W. Watson
pastor of the First Missionary
seeking to bring you
prosperity and happiness. Baptist Church LARGE CRISP ICEBERG
.
Burial will follow at Auburn-

** TONIGHT The MORE bold-concept ON MALL of "Mid. dale Funeral Memorial arrangements Park. are *

being handled by Kersey! Funeral
I
Town Plata" as the enclosed] J9
shopping mall In the heart of Home. LETTUCE "
the city proposed here lad s.
week Is tentatively called, has
created much comment. Most William Brown s> i y K
of It has been favorable. Someof
ft has been "Let's get some

more information before passIng Special! Sunnyfield PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
9:30PM Judgment." Some of It has Dies SuddenlyWilliam
been "I don't like it It won't
work,"
Last Tuesday Mayor Hushes L. Brown, 79, of G02 lb.
Steele, Chamber Vice President Bartow Ave. Auburndale. FLOUR 5 39Special
Albert Griffin Chamber died suddenly at his home Fri. Beg
Treasurer George Mulllnt, Architect day.

: House and Planning Board the He was a native of Indiana
Speaker MALLORY HORNE : Member Gene Thompson
A&P Small WHOLE
Chamber executive vice president and came to Auburndale 10 OR SLICED
visited Winter Park' years ago from Toledo Ohio.

and fabulous new shopping mall.It He was a retired farmer and (
ls a thing of great beauty service station operator, anda BEETS I lb. 10
and of great practicality, yet member of the Methodist
State RAY MATTOX :
Representative a project of this cost and she Church. Can
Is neither practical nor advisable
for our city.It lie Is survived by one
Democrats : does, however, have daughter Mrs. Helen Sim ma Special! Ann Page PORK &
many features which cm be of Auburndale; two grandchildren -
adapted In a modified formto and seven great grand
Winter Haven's problem. children.
The similarity between the 2-LL
9.Oz,
BEANS
Funeral services will be
existing one In Winter Park 29
and the proposed one In Winter held Monday at 10 a.m. at the Can
Will Discuss Haven Is greatest In that Kersey Funeral Home with
both enclosed malls. It the Rev W C Swygert, pas
are
tor ofhe First Methodist
might be said that centers they turn are Church of Auburndale officiating. Special! A&P Our Finest Quality APPLESAUCE

The Issues of the square ed outside shopping In covered over .

I and air visitor conditioned.The from. Winter Burial Memorial win follow Park at Lakeland -

Haven were Impressed by Can689C;
*
their neighboring elt,', matnificent -


** Goldwater Campaign : one away like wishing it.structure They we did could and not came close have Special! A&P Our Finest Quality

the door on the possibility thatI
S i similar center could be NEW IAIRI NEW WEUCYt
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Same Story (The Weather--Local, State And National)I 20 GIs Die In Viet Warn In (October newly Mayor.of designated Trill Boa**Van Viet. civilian Nam Hugon Saigon premier was I


scheduled to give a press conference
SAIGON, Viet Nun (UPI)- from the wreckage. The body sumed deed altheugh. listed aamissing today
Living CostIs Twenty American servicemen of the eighth crewman was .
i have been killed In the anti.Communist never found, but he we pre On the polttteal front, Me MtOF IN WINTER HAVEN I
y 0 Vietnamese war this
L s ;_ October, mora than In am previous .
rA a mouth since the VJS.
Up Again
.. effort began Jan. 1, l.tl1.
1 N A list American .is presumed

... ... fNRG dead, although officially listed i
WASHINGTON (UPI o The Oat Passpoii f to Success
.? as miuis. A UJ. military zI
coat of living rose again last PAID r4m eo0 FAI O'I spokesmen provided the figures. { .
month, but record highs In take. The previous monthly record qr
home pay for factory worker
for American deaths was just
more than kept pace, the Labor beat ono year ago nineteen Amerl-
Department reported Friday. H eras were killed In October, WANTED TRAINEES
The cost of living index In 1
.
MM.Fortyalne
....
September rose one-flfth' of 1 ?o o Americana have 1 Men and women are urgently needed for

per cent, meaning that goods been wounded in action so tar '
and tervlees worth f 10 In An. H ..... .. tkia .oKfc. ., the Spokesman said. I. IBM i
put cost $10.02 InSeptember. The October death toll was '
At the tame time the g .1 MACHINE TRAINING
depart. \ ,,... booeted heavily when a U.s. ,
ment announced that take.hone 1p4.4 Air Force CltS transport plane Persons selected will be trained In a program which need not In.
pay for factory production -3 shot down Cambodian
workers reached HcwsRSf go was by terfere with present lob If you can be financed
an all-time ,1
gunners a week ago today whenIt pone
record In September. Spendable; strayed across the frontier Write today Please Include home number and age.

earnings after taxes Increased Rfil"i 100 miles north Saigon. AUTOMATION TRAINING

one.half of 1 per cent, meaning /f-61 The bodies of seven American lox A-141J, I/O NewvChlef,
$10 In In
wages August rose to crewmen were recovered
$10.05 In the September aver.
ages CLEAR WEATHER Most of the nation will enjoy clear skies and fairly mild tempera- -
The living cost Increase rep. tures today. Rain Is forecast for the extreme Northwest Pacific with showers forecast tor
resented a resumption of a North and South Dakota and the middle Ohio Valley Cool weather Is forecast for the New
gradual upward trend that was England states The rest of (the nation will have clear skies and above normal temperatures

Interrupted briefly In August.
fiVC61llldSC
Arnold Chase, assistant com. LOCAL OUTLOOK Florida Zones '

mlssloner of the Labor Statls..
tics Bureau, said peospecta Circuit Court Partly cloudy with high today
were for another rise In Oct. 80 to 83. Low tonight In the PANHANDLE
ober. 60'.. North to northeast winds
The September Increase was 10 to 15 miles per hour. Generally fair and mild today !LI

led by higher costs for food< Upholds Oath and tonight. Highest today 88.78 S 1)<<4 'Uf
housing and clothing the de. to 82, lowest tonight 64 to ,
partment laid King Predicts Variable winds eight toll miles

TALLAHASSEE Fla. (UPI) per hour.
-The so-calld "loyalty oath" Most NegroesTo AmericanArt

Last Of Plane vote requiring for political 90 per cent candidates! of their to Vote Demo NORTH I
;
party's opposed nominees was Week
upheld Friday by a circuit DETROIT (UPI)-Dr. Martin Fair with high today near BO.
court judge. Luther King Jr. predicted Fri. Low tonight SO to 53. North to ..
Crew ExecutedMIAMI day 98 per cent of all Negro northeast winds five to 15 miles November 1.7 A,
t
The 1957 law was challenged voters would cast ballots for per boar
by Bay County Rep. Julian President Johnson because they s.. the beautify) llf' M
(UPI)-A Cuban exile Bennett a Democrat who has realize Re pub 11 can nominee (In p
group says the Fidel Castro re- publicly announced his supportof Barry Goldwater "espouses NORTHEAST painting \ 1.
glme has executed the last of GOP presidential nominee philosophy that gives aid and our windows '
three refugees whose plane was Barry Goldwater. comfort to the racists.. Partly cloudy. A few showersare *

shot down last summer on a King appearing for a "get likely today In the Daytona ''I'In
Bennett the oath tnt.r.I.red
sad|
bombing raid over the Commu. out the vote" drive tour In ma Beach area. High today in the r
with his right to vote for 70s, low tonight in the
fist island. jor cities with heavy Negro upper
candidate of his choice There
SOs in the Jacksonvillearea.
populations, said more than 8.5 upper
Ines Malagon 17, was shot are only three opposed Demo. million Negroes are eligible to North and northeast winds
last Friday by a firing squad, crate In Bay County, and Ben. vote Tuesday eight to 15 miles per hour. ,
the exile A.I.P. News Service nett said 90 per cent of that A hl'' lpMri
The Nobel Peace I
Prize winner
number
reported Friday. would be 2.' rand
dates said registration In the
Malagon, Luis Velarde Val south Is up oo,000 to more NORTHWESTFair
des, 19, and Luis Dlas Lopez, In upholding the law, Judge than *vo million, while about
24, were shot down after they Hugh Taylor reminded Bennett 4.5 million northern Negroesare High today around 80., v
bombed a sugar mill on the he was Immune from court ac. on the eligible rolls. low tonight 68 lo 62.Northeast.erly I 1 I Isl
north coast of Las Villas Province tlon because no one would ever Registration drives have gone winds 10 to 15 miles per

last June, according to the know how he voted. well everywhere but in Mississippi hour. I n
Cuban government The panhandle lawmaker said and Alabama, King aald. "
It would make a difference If + ly >}
Lopez died in the crash. he decides to run for reelectionand CENTRAL
Velade who was badly Injured was faced with another loy. Save The Eagle
In the crash, was nursed ally oath. Taylor, however, Partly cloudy.: High today 80
back to health then executedOct. said that possibility was too far Week Is NotedThe to 13, low tonight in the 80s.
3, according to the exile distant to affect the present North to northeast winds 10 to 1

group. CMf- i first week In Novemberhas 15 miles per hour.
Malagon's whereabouts and Bennett' said the Legislature been proclaimed Save the
,
condition was not known until Intended the law to mean nom. Bald Eagle Week in Florida, and S ,
Friday. Exile sources said the mess had to vote for a major. Cov. Farris Bryant called attention SOUTHWEST /
youth's body was returned to Ity of their party's opposed to the decline of Amer
his mother, who lives In Cuba nominees, but not all of them. ica's national bird. Partly cloudy with a few local .
with Malagon's seven brothers. Assistant Atty. On, Joseph showers. High today near SO,
Jacobs pointed out the law had He urged all Florldlans to cooperate low tonight 85. North to northeast '
been upheld by the State Su. with the stale Audubon winds 10 to 15 miles per
Masonic Lodge preme Court several limes He Society and slate and federal hour. 4jninlrJ8M1
said the legislative Intent was agencies In all measures to
Plans Fete For not the Issue before Judge Tay. protect the bird and restore It
lor. He added: to normal numbers SOUTHEAST tt
Past MastersWinter "I don't know u to Its wls. M V
dom, but Its wisdom Is not be. The Audubon Society plans Partly cloudy with a few local q' a \ f ff)
fore this court. The law means a complete census of eagle nests showers High today about '
Haven 188. F
Lodge
what It nays" and young eagles and will follow 82, low tonight In the middle V
and
AM will hold a chicken din. COLORFUL CORDANA DUSTERS
closely their progress throughout 80s. North and northeast winds
ner Monday evening in honor of
.

the season.Florida 10 lo IS miles hour
per BRIGHTEN THE HOME SCENEI
all past masters of the lodge.
Registration starts at 9:30, .ItISR4/KA IIORSfM4\; and Alaska have the "N"
and dinner will be at 8:30. The HOT SPRINGS. Ark
meeting of the lodge will be During 1983 a total of 134 eaglea. SOUTH roomy pockets. Sliei; 12 to JO 3 9 9

at .. horses raced for Marion If. Van George Helniman of Winter ,, sp A.Baby checki 'hi pink or blue
Partly cloudy with some local .
Berg of Columbus Neb.. theyt'ar'l
All Master Masons and past Haven U a voluntary sanctuary showers High<< today around i t with dainty, embroidered" yoke,
masters In the area are invited leading owner with 201 : .
p B. Bright print with sad color
for the and has
winners ranger society 80, low tonight 68 to 70. North / t '
to attend. close to a million acres under and northeast winds eight to IS ii I .oe e* blue "edllIOtn.t .
his supervision through the Kit miles hur ,
per
Coming Wednesday "YOUR CHEATING tIUIT"Story almmee River Valley r, s +
r 1 ',
of Hank Williemt with Gea. Hamilton \
TOp KEYS
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"Ccnfuti II .". .."' .". pint' ..e !lift tuft! eicitmt lltw
wm.* ,1.l.i ."* Mere!: bedlam. it .kr w."nee plus NEW YORK 'UPI I Twelve Partly cloudy: with some local \t!
.... k.rgi 111 i chic' i it belie w.mtn elm. e.* tueche.e Jockeys topped by Willie Shoe- showers mostly In the upper
check." maker won more than II mil keys High today near 80, low .
lion In purses during 1961. tonight 72. Northeasterly' winds ,
TONITE IS THE NITS TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! Shoemaker's mounts earned 10 to II miles per honey ,
n.12U2S. DAINTY '; I Ir

OPEN 12:45: P.M. Cenrimtotrt Stow from 1:00 P.M. n

SUNDAY end SATURDAY ClergymenBack

OPIN 1:41 ,.... CeetkwMt Skewt .... I P.M. MON ran MM.you're '. DREAMERS
- Barry /* .

New Skewing :=
WASHINGTON (UPI) Re.
; ) J" ,1 -' J e TODAY rkraTUESDAY e publican National Chairman in warm

Dean Burch said Friday that '
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more than 400 clergymen across 11
Tee'iyMO .1 the nation had signed a stale ,

-4:01 ':10 ':00 ment supporting Sen. Barry M.
Goldvater's election la the
\.Corron dnbnnp.ell "Brilliantl' Vastly enter* name of "moral sanity bal.anced .
government and peace h
;:s; the Nth 01 twining tale of ins.Uncentury with honor and respect. 3.99


*/ pentel"S Search quoted the clergymen's
V rwe pot .tvrJy !...1.! -_.- -- statement aa saying "we. be.
"u. wtwf Ueve that free men are ehal.I .
I'fa*** "An Incredibly lioeni- ENDS BASIC AIMS O. nged today as never beforeby
i. out affairl"' Cart m, son of Mr. and Mrs. godless communism and
---_ Abets 0. Cash of Lake Alfred, that we mat stop appeasing r
tic -Mw..**k M. I(U'I IIi MAIJ.OO![ of hia Air force basic military deal with them firmly 1 1th
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He will "We believe that the electionof
get technical training
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aa a statistical data specialist Sea Goidwater will aaanre .,.'S plenty el warmth "In mete "Hell..." ileeetoft

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school at Sheppard AFB, Tet lACed government and peace embroidered" yeie* end toft, tuM steered Peiam
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Today'sCommentary NEW MASTERS-NEW MUSIC

AN EDITOR'SNOTEBOOK
w. I. RYNEKSON, Uit.t.Publlih.r
JOHN W. KYNttSON A>u. .a .J

daily. l I.'UIII Sal"rII.y I by the Winter Hnu v

ubhiKinq Co Inc lit Ifd Stroh N.W., Winter HO.OII, Florida ., drird.e.
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CHARLES "OS HORN .".,.l Ma.q.. ,' By PHIL NEWSOM

JACK liAHAN Att. ." Nitoi,; UPI! Foreign News AnalystAS 1 1I .y
.the remainder of the
PETER J. SULLIVAN Ad..r i.i"i Momyi'r Western world holds a testing JOHN D. LOPP

NATIONAL ADVIHmiNC ICntMiNTATIVEShonno. Anger to the wind for a sign of

I Allociolri, Uc Cllicoeoj, III future Soviet policy, France Is
reported moving briskly ahead .t
,
Eo',,, d ., Socmd CI." Mill ......., Wet .. ltI4 .1 tfco Pest Office toward a new trade deal with I w The Fateful Day Of Decision"Once

in Whets H...". Florid/ ., mdor. o<> of March i, II7. the Russians involving $350 ml!.
and nation come the moment to den i t.,
... lion In F reach credits lo every man
MEMBER. AUDIT BUREAU France thus would become .d : In the strife of truth with falsehood, for the good or evil si], "

< : the first :major Western powerto I M wrote the poet more than a century ago.
W.. Of CIRCULATIONS conclude agreement with the Now, today, the fatal hour of decision Is at hand.

.r..,. Soviets since the power shift Americans on Tuesday must make that decision

which toppled Nlklta Khrush. On that fateful day they will plot the course of America, "i,,t

Active Member. UNITED PRESS MEMBER INTERNATIONAL rh... fcf for four years, not for eight, but for all the years ahead that i lie,

NATIONAL EDITORIALASSOCIATION Th. Unit.d P'.it i. tnt.tUd to the ..nt Involved are a number of Interesting nation shall exist.
,. Once Election Day 164 Is passed thet > will be no turning U'k
.; c.p..WI..tio.. of .111..1 l l ntwi p"" aspects
oat I In Ml ..wspap.r .i will M all DPI,t I The French credits would be U Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey are accorded the "/r an!
.Iti4 i thus Diiptlcktt. extended over seven years tJlA ic-w% 'j date" they demand.

ADVERTISING DEADLINE France in this way Joins Brit : ; .. For despite the hoopla and the handshaking-despite the platltu<., s
Johnsonian attempts to turn >
... sin in rejecting the Berne and pontificating-despite the e
;CLASSIFIED CIPARTMENTOy :
Ih. Wed I P.M.... Pr..ioul. D.y. By Ih, Inch: ) P M. Pt..,oul. Day, agreement by which NATO -- election Into t sanctimonious popularity contest-there is 0'.1 i

.QDI l Not.tM I PM. Pr..,ou. 0.,. Sunday E"ili.: 1 D..dll. ..: Friday. members bound themselves to t one Issue at stake on Tuesday.
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT.. : limit Communist tone credits' to 1w t That issue 1st SHALL THIS NATION CONTINUE AS A FREE

Sunday, Edi !.ii-1 P.M.... Thursday. ; Monday I"ilio-I, P.M.. Friday; five years. Ay S t LAND OF A FREE PEOPLE?"
T".. .v INooft' Saturday; Wednesday. Thursday. and, Friday Britain agreed last Sept. 7 to A negative answer-that is, t vote for Johnson and Humphre, -
Mihe-it, -I F.M.... Two Days m Ad..ncM.mbtr .. supply the Soviet Union with an ; ; means the voters of American endorse and support the Great t

South.ru N.wspap.r Publnkirt. Allocation $80 million synthetic fiber planton 6 Society's fast-paced downward roll Into the cloying bondage ,f

.Mtmbor.. Florid Pr.. Allocution. credit terms extending over ,- / wJ vaiM state socialism
IS years Further agreementswere : And that In reality Is the only issue before the voters. All its,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. expected to Increase the k s / other points, though Interlocking and part of the whole, are relatively .
.. ,
ly Corr.or or Mad credits close to the $300 million unimportant as the national fate teeters In precarn" "
months 1 months, 1455 I month, il.S5 "'
You fll 20, 4 1.10: ; ; t r balance.If .
....Iv. IS ttntl. 5m,lo Copitt: 0.11B contij Sunday, 10 ttnti. mark. It was the largest single
the have
and people
deal In Sovlet-Brltlsh trade his. government becomes omnipotent, "n
TELEPHONE CYp.... J-lltl tory. s- ; voice, protests over the ballistic missiles and Soviet soldiers:

More noteworthy in the So. based in Cuba will be meaningless, since the protests will t be>

\let-French negotiations is the unheard, or possibly suppressed.The .
A For struggle in South Viet Nam will lose significance because
Thought Today"And suggestion that President
be In battle for freedom in
Charles de Gaulle already has there will no point waging a faraway
corners of the world, when there is no freedom at home.
been in close touch with new
Even racial crisis will vanish into nothingness the
He (God has all things tinder Hit Soviet Premier Aleksel N. the grim as
) put
.Jegro awakens to discover he has sold out whatever hopes he has

(Christ't) feet, and gave (appointed) Him to be head tary Kosygln Leonid and Brezhnev let party and secre.has You Your Child of personal advancement for an unhappy and tightly regimentedniche

over all things to the Church, which is His body, the convinced himelf both as to n tNa in a controlled and tightly regimented welfare state,
As voters go Into the polling places next Tuesday, they must
their Intent and their relative 1Cad"
fullness of Him who filleth all in all. Eph. lS2S pause and consider and, most of all, remember.
In office
The crown of brightest glory has now taken the permanency President Johnson has dls. And SchoolBy They must remember that rim day of the Bay of Pigs, and the

Infamy of our ransom of the men betrayed through the urgings "i
place of the crown of thorns. closed that he also received .
Adlal Stevenson and J. William Fulbrlght, who still occupy postsof
from Kosygln a which
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett message
DAVID NYDICK honor in the Johnsonian hierarchy
he regarded as reassuring
UPI Education Specialist They must remember how "discovery" of the Soviet missiles In
It did not, however, cover
American Education Week Cuba was timed with the 1962 elections, although the entire nation
anything quite concrete as
so
Nov 8.14)) Is the nation's trlb. knew of their Installation weeks and months earlier

News Chief EditorialsThe $350 A further million.Interesting aspect -- ute to education. It Is an ex. Voters must remember how America backpedalled from the
cellent opportunity for the pub. triumph of her "brightest hour," when John Kennedy negotiatedIn
of the French-Soviet neeotla-
LAKE WALES Eighteen A campaign to raise $500,000
lie to learn more about their secret with Nlklta Khrushchev to trade our national honor and
lions li how It fits Into De merchants have signed up for will be launched in December
schools The theme this Is
national for
one-sided detente
year security a with the Kremlin.
Mate Gaulle's global picture. the Lake Wales Shoppers'Jack- of to the fund
Running A gift $200,000 "Education Pays Dividends." They must remember the phony bookkeeping that conceals our
In his memoirs now a favor
,
pot Holiday. Is In the bank,
We heard Senator Hubert Humphrey at a meeting its reference work deposited A great variety of programsIs rapid pace toward national insolvency They must remember the
among dip. Under the program, the participating The expansion program will
the editors and in United Press lomats De Gaulle discusses the will award being planned by many soaring national debt In days of supposed peace. They must take
of publishers a merchants add 6! beds to the hospital. school systems and
professional notice of the bales of printing press Federal Reserve Notes that
meeting in Washington two weeks ago. He was bombastic need first to make an alliance two Jackpots a week to Lake organizations There will be ra. have replaced the silver certificates in recent months across the
with one side and then with the
Wales one
shoppers every
FORT MEADE The State dlo and television presentations,
sarcastic, and quite unrealistic about a great other Wednesday and Saturdays starting land.They
Road Department will survey newspaper coverageand pro. must remember the Johnsonian pledge to "take from the
number of things we think important to the welfare Ills recognition of Red China, Nov. 28. U. S. Highway 17 from Fort grams within the schools and haves and give to the have-nots".

of the nation. lie is a politician first, last and always. for Instance, was Interpreted the asa Bruce Fullerton has been.l.ct.d Mead to Bartow for possible communities.The They must remember the wheat deal with the Soviet and the
move to of the
put on 2,200
pressure president to four lanes District educational system In a bomb test ban that bars .
widening pact us from equalling the Russians In perfection
lie had some sort of answer for any question posed. Soviet I Union to make greater member Polk County Farm
Engineer Jester Johnson reported democracy is our most Import. of the super-megaton bomb.
The more we listened the more we couldn't remove coaresslons to the West Bureau following the resignation Wednesday ant institution Education can The must remember Bobby Kennedy and Pierre Salinger and
In West Germany at least of J. of Polk
from our minds the thought that should something move toward closer, French, Ray Bridges The Fort Meade Barlow road mean financial and social sue. their carpetbagglnc attempts made with the blessings of the ad.
any Is traveled and is cess for an Individual. Educa. ministration
City.Fullerton heavily considered
happen to L1JJ this would be the man we'Vould have ties with the Soviets will be In. has been vice president tlon the
a worthy proJect. provides means by They must remember Bobby Baker and Blllie Sol Estes and
as President. We didWt-tike It. + terpreted as another power A successor in that position The city of Fort Meade has ,which an individual can Improve Walter Jenkins
play designed to force the Ger. will be elected at the next
We suppose hi* '\DA: (Amerjcang for Democratic mans Into closer cooperation board meeting swung behind the efforts of the ihlnself. If he has the ability, he Theynrtist remember how a senatorial salary was pyramided
: garden club to beautify the city, has the opportunity to carryon Into a $14 million television
empire Texas through the aid of a
Action and wot'k soured under the signed two for' hOI.pltal
) membership pair us on treaty Plans a $1,250,000 including the business districtand his education and become a pro. subservient Federal Communications Commission.

him. Only one or two items did it the ADA urges years former ago by De Gaulle and to serve the great Lake the highway approaches. sslonal or enter other deslra. They must remember Ballot Box 13.
West German Chancel Wales announced
area were
recognition of Red China for the UN. ADA membersfeel lor Konrad Adenauer. Thursday by Douglas Bullard, ble occupations. But the list is endless-even If time is not.
Parents and other adults havea
The sands of the democratic
that our government should eventually resume De Gaulle has been dlsap. president of the Lake Wales HAINES CITY Mrs. Lula concept are fast running Four }'e.1l"trom
responsible/ all children. now, or eight, will be far, far too late.
pointed results of the Boozer welfare worker
by accord Hospital Association city ,
normal relations with the present Cuban government, particularly as It has been In. Construction of a $700,000 resigned Friday The schools must offer quality America must decide on Tuesday, Nov. S, In this year of Ute

including renegotiation' with regard to the Guantanamo terpreted by Adenauer's sue. addition to the hospital is scheduled Mrs Boozer In her letter of needs education of designed each child to meet second the Lord who 1(64 make, the up future the SO course states.Admlttedly .of this nation and the. fate of the people .

Naval Base. And then he favors not less cessor Ludwig r..: more ..... would be 89 on Nov. 12. rate are detrimental to the odds are long,but the stakes are high The future
welfare for the people of the nation. But the one that The Haines City High School the interests of students, adults l freedom of all Americans hangs In balance.
and the nation. Any talent The issue Is before the people of the nation and alone can
really pushed us completely away from this man is To The EditorDear Marching Hornets band will which Is not developed is a and MUST, decide. they

hit accord with the ADA's move to abolish the Un- appear In the annual Orlando waste of our most Important God grant them the wisdom and determination to make tHe
Santa Claus P. 'ade Nov. 24.
American Activities Committee of the House of Rep- The board of d. -ectors of the resource People are the back brave, the patriotic and the all Important decision so that conceptof
broken their word* bone of our socelty. Freedom may prevail.
resentatives, This man mind Is the running mate Editor: always Chamber of Commerce yesterday -
you, Johnson If We have been warned again This week should not only be
Goldwatrr or -
of Johnson and the next in line if elected to be agreed to sponsor the band directed at parents but at all
( one the voters do not see the Issues' and again and again that if and pay part of the expenseto

the President of the United States. before Nov. S, and vote we do not turn the tide soon transport the students to and the adults programs Everyone to should find out Join what in Religion In AmericaBy I

for Johnson because of the Khrushchev's promise that from Orlando. is happening In the schools
slanderous propaganda being our grandchildren will\ live under
Naturally, an Individual could
Voting Next Tuesday showered upon them by the Communism Just may BARTOW Finding a suitable not possibly obtain all the nee. LOUIS CASSELS The first of the booklet

There are 84,000 persons eligible to vote in Polk "liberals" It will be a sad day come true Do you want the location for an entire governmental essary Information in one week. United Press International assures apartment page house resl.

for America. The Issues are Communists to bury us? Mark complex, not Justa This should be the beginning of Churches and synagogues on dents that the churches and
County next Tuesday. But probably during the 12 great, they are vital and what these Issues well before you site for the Bartow police and a new Interest, Consider this Chicago's North Shore have synagogues of the community

hour stretch only about 65,000 will be able to makeit. happens at the polls will affect vote For your decision on fire station, has been the causeof week as an opportunity to begin worked out a promising solu. seek only "the privilege of

There are 220 voting machines. Two are held in reserve the Mure of the whole world. Nov. 3 will\ matter very much delays In selecting a site, attending school programs. lion to one of the most difficult serving you as a neighbor and
What Is at stake' What are tor a long time to come Vote City Manager C. R. Odom, said There are se eral ways in problems facing urban religious friend"
; in case any machine breaks down, they can be the alternatives between Goldwater. Tuesday. which members of a communitycan Institutions In America today. Interfaith visitation teams

rushed in as replacements. This then leaven 218 for which we shall choose In the II Thomsrn Odom said that the sites for help improve the schools. The problem Is finding a way were organized In each large

the polls. The election laws allow a person: only five voting booth? Let us examinea an overall complex, possibly One way Is to support the to establish contact with famlk apartment building to distribute
covering several blocks, has schools by attending school lea who live In high-rise apart. brochures among residents u'
minutes behind that curtain this then makes it a few of them. Dear Editor been under study by MlloSmlth. board meetings nent buildings that building Each team Includ.

12 voters per hour times the 216 machines: or 2,616 No. 1 Is individual free Mr. Walter We all agree The site Just northward of School board members serve Back In the days when most ed Catholic, Protestant anJewish ''
and ptouonllre.pon.lbUi.Iy. the late Herbert
dom with your evlogy Church Street on Broadway is without salary. They spend Americans lived In small
per hour. The polls! stay open for 12 hours and if you Shall the Federal Govern Hoover- great man Indeed being considered. However, many hours working for the towns, It was easy for clergy by representatives the participating, nomilloated con

multiply that out you find that 31,396 persons can ment play God. deciding how Odom said he didn't believe schools. Those who attend board men to pay pastoral call on gregatlons. They received spe.clal .

cast their ballots.\ man shall live, and how much Today, (Oct. 28, IGS4) that this site was large enough meetings have an opportunityto new families They bad only to training before beginning
which he sent
money he may keep? Is our and telegram learn about school operations go to the door and ring the bell. their door-to-door calls
What is necessary is to have everyone who goes free enterprise system to be to his son appeared In The and an opportunity to expresstheir Today millions of urban tarn Because all of the churchesand

into the booth know what he or she is going to do. replaced with i government- Tampa Tribune. In It Hoover LAKELAND Final plans own opinions tiles live in apartment build. synagogues In the community

They must have a prior knowledge of the candidates owned economy? Is personal admonishes Coldwater his son to vote for and specifications for remodeling station The schools also have t re. Ings whose lobbies are virtually were united in the project >
Barry
the former police
and sponstblll'y.., should make Impenetrable unless the
be outlawed visitor and because vis.
Incentive to the actual
pull the levers for them. Then vote on the amend government dole to take Its If, Mr Walter, you are sincere for use by the fire departmentare every effort to keep the com. has an appointment A pastor Its were made by residents' of

ments. There are 14 questions to be voted upon. Pull\ place? And, If to. where will American In your- -worship take Ms of advice a great, expected In November.Cost to be. ready sometime munlty Informed on their oper. who tried to make door.to-door the apartment building In ques

the levers and get out of the booth as quickly as possible the money com from? For leave your Fabian Socialism to of remodeling of the aliens schools and raise needs.a wall Too between often calls risks Inviting the same people quick to heave.no church tlon, able the Interfaith committeewas
to obtain the
so that the next vote) ,'an get on with the process. the Federal I Government Johnson and add a vote, with building constructed In the themselves and the public.It as a brush salesman ation of building cooper wh,
doesn't make money It Hoover's son for a tree Amer. been estimated managers
mid 20's has
any
It's going to be nip and tuck, but we must vote, 'em all\ Are the ica. U Important that a community Nor can a pastor rely on had previously rejected all pro.
just spends yours at $10, 100.
be well Informed If it is neighbors to give him the poses for religious canvasses
American people going to allow a, too was schooled where The Importance of joint city going to vote Intelligently on names of families on whom he The response from apart met
This Funny World tint government use you were, but I didn't buy that and school issues The moat
county cooperation and appro.priate might call by appointment. In dwellers has been highly '".
the fruits of private endeavor stuff hook, line and sinker! favorable Industrial climate way to become well Informed the vast vertical villages which couragtng. Visits. have bee

to create a SOCIALIST state? Apparently, neither did Hoov- was stressed her Tuesday by is to participate in all now house a large portion U made within the PUt year *

t, No. 2 Economy In government ert!) A FriendDear the chairman of Lakeland Industrial available school activities and the U.S. population, people often more than 2,000 families, and

Are the taxpayers content Board. meetings. don't know jheir neighbors' only 10 per cent have refusedto

to see their hard.earned William S. Myrlck Jr., addressing names let alone their rellgU talk to the cabers

dollars spent for kickbacksand Editor: the Lakeland Board of OUt affiliations.

deals which enrich the I was old( that the Leagueof Realtors, forecast a promising Memories Chicago's Edgewater: community Rod Serena, creator of '"Twt

lives of a few money-and-pow- Women Voters were to Industrial future for the area which stretches along the light Zone." scored his earUf

er hungry politicians? Do serve us in an Informational based on these factors. He also shore of Lake Michigan rare\ success as a $500 a<
Americans want to see an Investigations capacity. Instead they seem spoke of several prospective industries 20 YEARS AGO miles north of the Loop, coo winner In a "Dr. Christlai

of such dishonerty to try to sway public opinionon which are contemplating CpL Alice Margraves Winter tsUs a heavy concentration of script competition.Page _
high rise apartment buildings
: squelched because they might the reapportlon- locating here. Haven WAC was among It also contains 17 houses of

embarrass a few officeholders men amendmentOur Citizens will vote in the the first WAC officers and enlisted worship, Including 11 Protestant

and candidates' Or are we Constitution was not setup municipal election Tuesday for women with the Air churches, tare Roman Catholic (4ps AAftj

calloused enough to shrug and on a "one man-one vote" city commission seats To date Force to arrive la France as churches, and two synagogues.

say. "Oh well a little graft baiii Those responsible for the campaigning been completely member of the Signals. company The ministers, priests and 9

\ o and corruption here and there for our torn of government lacking In Issues. handling cryptographic rabbis of Edgewater have a long

Is to be! expected? endeavored to safeguard the There bare been no charge and clerical duties. tradition of working together

No. S We shall' deckle on Interests of rural areas "On or counter-charges by any of 10 YEARS AGO Last year, they decided to

Nov. I whether we will continue man one vote' would the eight candidates seeking the Two royal couples were tackle the high rise apartment

to protect' this great mean that farmers and small three seals chosen to reign at the 14th annual render as a joint project. r

country of ours" from Its avowed scattered groups would be Halloween carnival at The first step was to set upaa r

enemy the International hopelessly out-voted aDd so I fear the over emphasisedpower Brigham School They were interfaith committee with a

Communist conspiracy. Shallwe not represented. of the so-called "Pork- third-graders, Jack Knightand fulltlrne, salaried director.
With financial
assistance
from
overlook the reports that "One man one rote" is Chopjjers" Susan Hayes, and six
local business firms .
the
Communists are la this country Socialistic in concept and the They dent scare me at all' graders. Jimmy Hffl and Jane com. utT.r.
mines
published I lZtt ero
? Are we going to Insist up. Supreme Court (and some of But being outvoted by Tampa Gould. chare containing photographs of

e 3t on the conciliation with the our liberal local ladies) would and Jacksonville and Miami S YEARS AGO each of the 17 participating institutions
Loot
lfcKaugbt eyndleats, inept Communists eves though all lik. you to feet that it Is fair does scare me! I win vote Leslie Okit was umed fundraising with their times of O

What's so new about a war on poverty? their gains kavt come from and equitable I fear the big "YES" on Amendment No tOsmaa chairman of the meal services and other pertinent .. J7NG

IV. been fighting one for years.. appeasement l? And they have city block vote far more than Turner Red Cross. formation.



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Sunday. I 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHIEFWINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Pegs Five


Polk Seen Bigger For Barry
: 293 Students Venezuela Air
Continued Fpm Page One) Haven la that. candidatethe
centage being the fact that state attorney and public dv

every single one of the ",000- fender, three county Judgeshlps

: From, Polk At y LAbA.e Arm Joins In plus this took year the trouble- the to countycommissioners register seven county I 'county onmmlsalonershtpsthree offices three

ordered a re- school board posts. and,

U. of S. F. Fight On Fidel was registration& re-districted.when the county J the attoas list In of of four the unoonlested districts peace and can.lidates. tlm1 constables ',

Party line don't mean DON'TKICK

A total of 363 students fr, ,"rr < AKAi AS ((1'1'1) Bombers much where the Presidency The contests are all I Il b.11 i, i

Polk County are among a record ih",. Venezuelan, an force, In- I.i concerned Florida has. first .makiac tar easier torn"
.,.... enrolled at the 111 t 1 I", I "i u. both Jets and 1 propeller been 4 to 1 Democratic and on a ballot thai la at twsi l M pretty of South Florida tin-. (III I, 'i\.MI planes have joined tileIlhlli ha* tone Republican ever to be dlffioalt for ever "'"'
fill, and 54 of them are Winter : art',: >*' -asiru-Coinmuatst since 1961 Polk County registration who hasn't done his home work

Havenltea. MUM i illas hiding out In the hill* u 87 per cent Demo- The candidates count up ,u,<
The number of Polk Count ?) Trujil state' It was reportii "' crate nearly 5 to 1 but a mere ft--although two at
student has Increased from 7ii; < nets> if the aims are being read them are In small type and
the first year to 142 in 1961 201 US.-bullt B25s of World right half the Democrats aregelrtg the voter can't do anything IHHII

In 1962 and 268 In 1963. War U vintage, and BrtttaVt'litlt to vote lor GoWwater them tile vice president

Enrolled from Winter Haven \ Canberra jets were belied If 80 per cent turn out candtdatoa are mentioned (in
are George Allen Jr., William leading the attack that' over 67,000 voter If tiny type) but there's no lever

Allen, Robert Boek, Marjorie against the Reds.A Ooldwater polls 60 per cent tor them. They go along with
Branson, Robert Branson military spokesman cab and that' considered a fair their presidential running mates

Pamela Carnes, Wallace Ai 1111, and police unite are poeted ly accurate proportion by .
Cormier, Millie DIBacco. t'a at, oft the escape of any those who have been reading There are so many candiduie I
Sandra Fanning, Call Genklng tuen-Illas who seek to flee the that the voting machines'
er, Virginia Glddlng, James bornl'U; I m"u''. the signs the Republican Just weren't big enough and i
Cuff, Peter Crlerson Joann An atr tone scout plane nominee should go out of Polk the justice of the peace and

Ham m, Patricia Hitchcock, dropped thousands nf I.an.taovo' County with 40.000 vote, or constable eendtdatea ran off
Marsha Hoffman the proposed target area 17,000 more than Lyndon BJohnson. the bottom onto payer ballots

before the attack began But that lan'l all-in fact, It's
Peter Hughes Timothy Irbv "People of Trujlllo, the bandits When It comes to the other only about the half of It
James Johnson, Marlon John who are holed up In your races though, the voters will For U addition, there are 13
son, Alice Ketfer, Ralph h' terrlton have obliged the probably return to the fold. proposed amendment to the
Klesslg, Nancy Kitchens, Jack
armed forres to bombard the Certainly U.S. Sen. Spe *ard Florida Constitution and on*
Knight, Nathanael Kraxberter there they are lurking," Polk County referendum which
Julian Lasseter tones Holland, a home town boy -
Jr., Gordon the leaflets said, "Do not be he's from Bartow will poll concern the establishment of
MacCalla, Jam. McGoldrlck
,, afi, aid. but t'u must collator a budget eommlaalon
of Polk Coon
William a huge majority
Meadows Jr., Leslie
at. so that these misfit maybe These amendments have been
Muma Thomas tiant vote, even some Republicans'
Oldt, Barbara
"
bi ought to Justice. reviewed both In the news and
THE
Palmer Hit
Durbin Pearson Jr opponent
The military spokesman said editorial column of the Daily
Sandra Peck, Kenneth Roberts Claude R.. Kirk Jr. of Jacksonville the
Chief
loyal residents of the area have News during put
Gregory' Roche, DavldSchutt, SUPPORTERS throng to the platform ti, shake Barry; Gold- agreed to abandon their farm has done some campaigning week

Thomas Shepherd, Frank Skill- water's hand on his Tennessee stopover at Trt-Cltv Airport "to facilitate the work of hosts* in the county but has The poll In 90 Polk County

en Jr., Jacqueline Smith, WU bardment." stirred up little evidence of a precinct will ()*n at 7 a.m.

son Strouse, Jo Symes' Sharyn All CandidatesContinued Dry And Mild Military helicopter have been Polk County habit people and clone at 7 p.m. There are
Symcs, Terence Tessem,Jerry assigned to spot targets for the hereabout have !been voting fig machine set up In these

Thomas, Evelyn Thompson, ( From Page One) Forecast bombers. for Spessard Holland for 40 polling place, which mean

Vickie Vail, Ronald Van Duyne, partment as evidence his administration year being discarded that theoretically there 1* a
Frank Vaughn, William Wald- "has made econ- Election The Haydon Burna.Charles voting machine tor every 312
rup, Wilbur Wells, Bonnie omy a first order of business," Day Body Is FoundIn llolley hassle Is something voter expected at the polls.At .
Westbrook, Mary Wolter and UPI The else Though Burn. is expected two and a half minute per
WASHINGTON
saying that ft has saved the ( ) -
Robert Wright taxpayers $2.' billion. weather will be dry with mild Tampa Bay to carry the county handily voter, each machine can handle
The current South Florida in most ct the has !been pushing only about 281 and Mr.
temperatures I llolley
Johnson flew to Dover from BRADENTON, Fla. (WI) of
Blanche
enrollment figure Is 2,000 more Work supervisor
nation Election Day. for votes and will
brashly
than Washington where he returned A body believed to be that of registration, reported omln TIRES
a year ago, representing a "Generally It looks like a lot than the
get more
42 per cent Increase In the early today from a four- nicer day than we bad for the Robert E. Moservey, 48, of Ml. usual probaby GOP mar, of It truly on Saturday that the aver
student body. day campaign swing that end elections ami, was found floating In some age voter ha* been
1960 presidential a
ed Friday night in Chicago Tampa Day north of her Fri from riding! on the Goldwater j' taking at t't five minute to
These are 2,281 freshmen weather bureau .pokesman.ald.D@splt.
coattails perhaps, but a lot oft
ballot.
with a torchlight parade and weather In day.Manatee mark
frigid
1,233 sophomores, 1.198 Juniors, County sheriffs the result of a numbing For those Interested In arithmetic -
844 seniors, and 127 rally witnessed by an estimated northwestern states and snow
graduate deputies said papers found on campaign there are (!t lewritobe
one million in the couth and other
and rain
students persona.Goldwater
enrolled In the Uni
the body Indicated It was that There are five other contests pulled If a voter carries. out
versity's first master's degree presided at a areas, a record 68.8 million of Moservey who was one of on the Polk County ballot his full responsibility, plus a
out to vote for John F.
turned
program, In elementary educa morning rally in Phoenix and two men aboard a vessel en and while the Republicanshave couple of pr4>er ballot "X"
tion. The remainder of the students and South Kennedy and Richard M. NixonIn
gave San Antonio route from Miami to New Or. been campaigning estenslvely mark.
are classified as special Carolina speeches after flying The the last U.S.presidential Weather election Bureau leans a week ago. they have the handicap Th conclusion I I. obvious> .
students

home Friday night from Los predicted small ralnshowers for The vessel was found ass" which Is brat shown by Vote early to avoid the rush.
The enrollment total Includes Angeles where he addressed West chored off the Sunshine Skyway registration figures73,41)2 -
of Pennsylvania listing
parts
3,713 men and 2,789 women. a fund raising dinner. i a week ago today and the body Re
Virginia, Kentucky and Te-nnea. ) Democrats, 10,281
of Victor A. Sooy, 52 of Miami, ExhibitionsContinued
Students representing 49 ,
lie charged In that speech see publicans.Ben .
Florida counties comprise (,- that U.S. troops in Viet Nam Some showers on Tuesday was tangled In the anchor line Kill Grlffinirof Frost- ( From Page One)
294 of the total enrollment. The are being deprived of adequate also were :orecast In the Great -------- proof who has been a representative follows
as :
remaining students are from 33 equipment and accused Johnson Basin region Utah, Nevada Mrs. Work In the state House for "Art and Crafts have lone
states and five foreign countries of being more Interestedin and Idaho. Some snow mixed eight year, I I. running for slat" been rerognlced at a beneflthat l

votes than the safety of the.erviet'mt'D. with rain I I. anticipated for (Continued From Page One ) senate, his opponent being Marvin relaxation, as a hobby
The majority of the USF students Michigan northern Ohio and O. Vernon of Autarndale.
machines during all of the time
.
.
for
New York wit I h a of and as profession young
4,632 are enrolledIn northern With the possible exception
were being prepared so
the College of Basic Studies, The senator also gecalledJohnson's small storm -moving to New they there wouldbtlIOchanceott.m. Holland Griffin Is probably thetout and old rn
which provides condition tore .: raror-then 'Senatevictory. England toward !the end of the know politically of anyone "1ft order to promote more

'of Introductory court'tot' all in 1948 and said the day. paring Mr. Work also charged that In the county, and 1* considered Interest the American Artist
freshmen and sophomore election Had been disputed Put mostly tlear skies and at least one of the election certain to move Into the Professional Lfa.u. hat. derIgnited
) betweenthe to take the seat vacated Nov 17 to be observed
With the completion of these "Lyndon's political power temperatures ranging clerks hired by the county had upper house
basic courses, usually at the stopped a full investigation hog and 60s Is the outlookfor been harassed by the Republ by Scott I Kelly when 'he II American Art Week

end of the sophomore year students Just si It hal stopped Investigations the rest of the nation, e*. Means, who were telling her how ran for governorThere all over the Untied bistre
enter one of the upper- of wrongdoing! ever peclallv the middle elates to run the election."A are coniwt !tor\ two "Therefore by the power
-------- Polk County sees In the lower Invested In Mayor of
level colleges. Currently enrolled since But Lyndon laughs member of the Republican m* as
In these colleges are 374 about It." he said. Fallout FoundIn executive committee ha* calledat house. Veteran Lawton M. Winter Haven I hereby proclaim .
Chiles .Jr., Of Lakeland I* opposed
In the College of Liberal Arts, On the vice presidentialfrort least one election clerk and R.Vt.I., and Nov 1-7 as AmericanArt
James
162 In the College of Business Republican candidate U.S. Milk Indicated h* wanted to Instruct Wallace by L. Storey, running for Week *nd invite the rill
Administration 288 In the College started Sat her how to conduct the election lens of our community parlkopale
William E. Miller Griffin's
fill
time to
the first
of Education 10 enrolled WASHINGTON (UPI-smallamounts ." she said. / by visiting the url
urday with an In ', .Is challenged by
appearance vacant seat
of radioacthe< iodine
her advice not In the
jointly In education and bust "He gave OUt Art exhibit provided b>
Audubon Iowa, !before shiftinghis Wells.
Paul D.
ness adminlstratlonandl49en- 131 from the Red China's atom.Ic election laws, and In some cases local irtlstt.
campaign to Pennsylvania Sheriff Monroe Brannen our
rolled Jointly In education and explosion have been detect. contrary to the election
liberal arts The remaining 886 In a rally Friday night at e<1 In milk In this coun I I. laws," she continued "H* told seeking s second term. I* op -. We're only kidding, of course.
and Mr*
are special students not seekIng Enid, Okla. Miller attacked A government ago k elm a her that watchers are suipoed polled by Roy G. Riley Dr WanderContinued
Johnson's reference to Incident said the amount of radioactive to be behind the machines Blanche Work, who was appoint
degrees.In an Kick them all like. It's a
of registration Pan One) you
ed From
supervisor
in the Eisenhower administration material found In the milk asm. during the voting, which I I' not (
addition, the new USF College pies was far below the level true according to election law last .January and Is now running at the Citrus Caprrlmont Station
of Engineering opened this similar to the which would warrant protective He told her that voters can not for a full term, baa opposition her. good way to let off steam.
fall and students are currently Walter Jenkins case at wholly James R. driver of Winter
health by Ohio
the measures.Krcbiozen. go !to the machines until a Republican A native of Medina
unfounded. accused
being admitted. He -------- watcher has checked Haven. h* received hu degree in That, as you know, was one
Most of the local students at President of "deliberate disregard in his card file, and this Is not That I I. the extent of the chemistry from WOI>lt.r. Ohio/ .
USF are living In seven coat of the truth" in hopesof Sit- true And he told her that the contests In this election Forty- College, hit master's In soil of the old-fashioned ways of
tor
"election advan
dance halls, Including four new an day oed furnish thew'lch.r. three Democratle running doctorate
Continued From I'ayi1 One ) county I* suif> to chemistry and hit
t I buildings completed Justin time tage." taken to city court. with tables and chairs, office the Florida ranging Cabinet from Congressand down te In horticulture from Ohio Stall checking the car. Cars these

for the opening of classes this Sen. Hubert L. Humphrey. Guards at the HEW building also not true" constable without opposition University
are
month. Johnson's running mate took kept reporter and photograph Mrs. Work said that this official Congretanan .James A. r.. I I. past president of the days are so well built and
The students are attending his campaign from Portland era from witnessing the evlc. whom ant did not name, Haley 1 I' automatically In for a Soil and Crop Science lorkry
daises for the first time this Ore. to Los Angeles" yesterday tlon. They refused to honor had the clerk come to his house, three Stale Supreme of Florida, and is alflHMMl
tIollin a new $1.'7 million Physics seeking votes in the city most credentials and newsmen and had her in tear before he Court term seals, three District with the. American Chemical' have so many Improvementsthat

Building which will be dedicated and it. suburbs.In were not allowed beyond the was finished. Court of Appeal post, eli CabInet Society of Hortcultiural ftrience
Nov. 13-14, Construction will remarks prepared for hit first floor of the building. Crl. "1 don't know how many" more. offices. a PVC Commlasloner American !Society of Aronomy the only thing you needto
this on additional breeet' office Is the fifth they have contacted Mrs Florid rital.Ilot1.lcultura'
begin year on one seal In the leglsls- and In *
at Los Angeles "
residence halls and four other landing Humphrey attacked what he floor. Work said, "but I will find out. lure Ray Mat to* of Winter Society do Is select the one you
major classroom buildings for After the demonstrators were Mr*. work bad a copy of a

physical education and the Colleges called" Coldwater'a "radical-. escorted from Celebreste's office letter from Allen to County and then make sure
1m. He said the prefer
voters Gordon MacCalla concerning
of Engineering! Educa- they were taken down an Solicitor
tion, and Business Admlnlstra- "must make it clear that the elevator to the basement. Ms. what h* considered Irregularities Your P Demand
of By Populor that do get the right
tlon. apostles of discord will never trlct of Columbia police waited In preparation you
again be given the cloak of there to arrest them formallyon the machines.
respectability of I major poll charges of violating a D.C. The letter say that althoughthe financing e at one of the
Two Planes tic al party. law. counters were set to zero, Loditt'"BOOTSTER"
he atlll doesn't know thai the Banks of
American National
(Continued From Page One) right ,
machines will register

ground for a parachute' to doan : Florida Joins 30 StatesIn How does he know that the" LOAFERS course.
) good," Mr. McDermon counters were set to zero?

said. Mrs. Work asked. "He perecnaly "'" ...' ....'. '...... '" ...
Mrs. McDermon said the air.' checked very few of the -. M ...,... N r. ,.... ..
craft trashed about 1:30 a.m. New York Bible Case machines.: He had M take our M.wun

word for It." ....
EST."It was right after I opened On the other side of the fence,
TALLAHASSEE (t'P1)fb Congress la eaactlng the Irregularitieson .. .
the store I wa. O. t a Ide there have been .
sweeping ride, which lost Its battle for Pledge of Allegiance was to the part of the Republican, ..
"They made so meek noise Bible reading in the public promote a spirit of patrioticand but these have been overlookedby <<
Hying over that I looked up. schools, has Joined other state dell pride and to foster In.Ullednal Mrs Work and other county 4/
They were right la a huddle. la a legal tight to keep Intact and moral qualities officials for the most part NOW
I think they were already In the Pledge of AllegUswe to the ao essential In preparing the A list of poll watchers was arinitas INCOItIOVAN
trouble." flag. people of this great nation to brought to Mr*. Work by a*
Atty. Gen James Kyaes die meet the reapoMlMlHie roodobllgstdoa of 11II' $ 88 s.e
Military officials blocked off Authorised g)eputy" he ,..
'f the crash area. A coroner.. closed Friday that Florida and of eitixenshlp," the arterial candidate Claude Kirk. ono r'Oredeuane. c....... I II
sent from August 30 other states have entered as brief say*. The list ha to be presented e. 'me AII,1IlatICANNI.FIONIL
"frleada of the court" a New the election by
14 day before
Law McDermon said It age I1/ANICS
It also out that there
of the York state case la which the point the candidates, or !ttte deputy
the wing tips
peared of the word "under God" was a concurring opinion la the authorisa
ase mast have wrlttea BARGAIN TABLE BARGAIN TABLE
together.The
two plane came
&
VJ Supreme Court decision
Member FDIC
la the I
pledge challenged. la Its>e,
The plane were attacked to toll! The Ut was on
The .uH, filed agaiast fee against BtMe reading la public authorisation Loditt Flats and '.ItoWt- ......
the iota Air Transport Brigadeof estooia wM.b specifically *u > but there was ao
Ft. Dmfdng\ Ga New York state eoMisslonerof geeted that Che Pledge of AJ.leftaaee four day *fo, Kirk' .*.- Dress Shoes
cIa of pelf manager alfned an awhorlsaHon Bedroom ftllppertMM
aae
Another CY2B Caribou loaded edueattoa, < not type
with troope crashed this sum. the words la ptsMIc school rto. of practice may preMMted by t eCostlnntep. tor the deputy, tilt ::-;.:. :; :: :: -

met during Army maneuver* late the prortetea of the (.* Kirk still kit aot .... I. S'JT
Bear Ridge-ray, I.C., killing Tsoldiers. oral Constitution that guaraa. "Aee rclfl( to !the law. I
tee again law either eswfc.UsWng should tore this Ut dews," M $ MMHLintey

The twia engine transport or restricting r Uglowpractice. Pops ConcertO Mr*. Work Mid "but I feel .. ;)7 .. 1e 1
Ji sit. .
NOW
til 00
was designed Joe landings and that the candidate acted la good

takeoffs U short distances. It The brief In wWehlords ( Frees Pegs One) Dank, although he showed a
has a capacity of 32 troops. and the other tate* are tarUdpatlnc great deal of Ignorance 01 the
1UM meals from. Kent's *
writ Jerome election law Iir
Air Assault opened earlier" and which was
this month vita 31,000 troop tee ky Maryland .MXead* she "IbowtIo" "1 have heea through a lot USE YOUR

participating. It was designed Pledge of Attefieae* Hap.. There wta be ao charge for of election, but never one like heel c
to test the Army sew mobtU.ty traade .ere.uy. sot a "**. the performance I*keeping vtfft mss," Mr*. Work said the ha* CHARGE

eoM c* d moving' troop cue exercise.It the Orchestra goal "to paUlcaa owosttion Jot her ACCOUNT
tad weapoas by" aircraft factor I* too dear tor affwment spread die eajoysaem of good fepervtao of Itealstratloa poet SHOE SALON wear::
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Today'sCommentary AN EDITOR'S

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PITH J. UtLIVAN Ajvertltlii, M.myr Wt.ttm world holds a tMtior JOHN D. Lorr

NATIONAL ADVERTISING RfHIMNTATIVISti flncr to MM wind tor a sign of

.tm. > t A...ciUt. Inc Ckie'., III ftttur Soviet policy Franc U .

Inttrvd .t $*:...d Cl.w t.4.il Mi...r W,4. 1, /If 14 .t 4w Put Office toward reported a moving new trade briskly deal ahead with The Fateful Day Of Decision"Once

in WmU., H..... Plene1. ""d., llet e> M.,.ti I. 117..a the Russians Involving $380 mil.
and nation eowes the moment to dor, i,
lion In French credit. to every man ..
MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU France thus would becomethe d In the strife of truth with falsehood for the good or evil Sid,

l W: first major Western powerto 1r i so wrote the poet more than a century ago.
Of CIRCULATIONS fatal hour of decision Is at hand.
conclude agreement with the Now today, the
"i..._' Soviet since the power shift Americans on Tuesday must make that decision.

I which toppled Nlklta Khrush. On that fateful day they will plot the course of America, ,,,,

Activ Minks, UNITED PRESS MEMBER INTERNATIONAL they fry 1 t al for four years, not for eight, but for all the years ahead that I 1-,

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The Uitd P'... i. .n...l"J. t. the ou Involved are a number of lib! nation shall exist' .
... Election fay 1964 is passed then will be; no turning i has I k
ASSOCIATION '.: N..WI..tiu of .111..1. ,r.nt terestlng aspects l err r Once
o4 in t M 1t n.wip.p., .i will .i all UPI. The French credits would be If Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey are accorded the "n andale" ,.

1114 I..,w. Q.ip.tchtt extended over seven years. they demand.

ADVERTISING DEADLINE Franc. In this way joins Brit t T +r f For despite the hoopla and the handshaking-despite the platltu i, ,

LASSIFIED DEPARTMENT aln in rejecting the Berne and pontificating-despite the Johnsonlan attempts to turn .f"-
:
Oy tht W.,4. I PM Pr.viout Dy By th. Inch: 1 PM. Pr.viou. 0.,. agreement by which NATO election Into a sanctimonious popularity contest-there la lit.i

Ltol Notice. S P.M. Pt..,ou. Day. Sunday Edition D..dl DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: limit Communist tone credits to That issue ISI NATION CONTINUE AS A FREE

Sunday Edition, I P.M, Thursday: Monday Ed. ..i>,-) P.M. Friday; five years. LAND OF A FREE: PEOPLE?"
Tg.lJiy Ed, ien-N.*n Saturday; W.dnnday. Thursday and Friday Britain agreed last Sept. 7 to A negative answer-that Is, a vote for Johnson and Humphre, _
Edition I t.M. T.. Dave in AJvinc. and support theCiuit
supply the Soviet Union with an l: .r means the voters of American endorse

M.mbet Sovlhirn Ntwipipcr '.."Ii.h." Aitocxti $80 million synthetic fiber planton 4' Jt Society's fast-faced downward roll Into the cloying bondage "t

M.", ,,., Fiend P,... A..ei.ti. credit terms extending over / state socialism.And .
IS years Further agreements .. that In reality Is the only issue before the voters. All Hie

SUBSCRIPTION RATES were expected to Increase the r ., other points though Interlocking and part of the whole, are rlatlvely .
By C.rrl.f ., Mill credits close to the $300 million ..t wr rd .P unimportant as the national fate teeters In precari: 's
Yt.f. | II10: t menthe, ft.1C: I "" ..th.. |4.Si. I month, fl.SIw :
..kly' IS amt Smqli Cop...: Daily, I cant; Sunday '10 cants mark. It was the largest single balance. have ,
and the people '
deal In SovleUBrltlsh trade his. If government becomes omnipotent, ,1
TELEPHONE CV..,... )4111r tory. voice protests over the ballistic missiles and Soviet soldi, s

since the protests will b.
be
More noteworthy in the So. .. based In Cuba will meaningless,
let-French negotiations Is the unheard, or possibly suppressed.The .
A Thought For Today suggestion that President struggle in South Viet Nam will lose significance because

Charles de Gaulle already has there will be no point In waging a battle for freedom In faravu: ;
when there Is freedom at home.
corners of the world no
been In close touch with new
! "And lIe (God) hat put all things under 1Christ' /; Soviet Premier Aleksel N.Koyrln Even the grim racial crisis will vanish Into whatever nothingness he as the
.tagro awakens to discover he has sold out hopes hu

( ,) feet and gave (appointed) Him to be head tary Leonid and Brethnev 1st party and seers has You Your Child of personal advancement for an unhappy and tightly regimented

over all things to the Church which w Hu body, the convinced hlmelf both as to niche In a controlled and tightly regimented welfare state
their Intent and their relative S As voters go Into the polling places next Tuesday, they must
Him who oil
all .
fullness of filleth in Eph lti-23 in pause. and consider and, most of all, remember.

The crown of brightest giory has now taken the permanency President Johnson office has dls. And SchoolBy They must remember that grim day of the Bay of Pigs, and the

Infamy of our ransom of the men betrayed through the urgings :"(
place of the crown of thorns. closed that he also received '
Coun' Adlai Stevenson and J. William Fulbrlght who still occupy posts
from Kosygln a message whichhe
Dr. Albert L
Carnett Polk DAVID NYDICK of honor In the Johnsonian hierarchy.
regarded as reassuring
j It did not, however, cover UPI Education Specialist They must remember how "discovery" of the Soviet missiles in
American Education Week Cuba was limed with the 1862 elections, although the entire nation
anything quite so concrete as
(Nov 8.14)) !is the nation's trlb. knew of their installation weeks and months earlier.
$350 million.A .
News Chief EditorialsThe further Interesting aspectof ute to education It Is an ex. Voters must remember how America backpedalled from the
cellent opportunity for the pub. triumph of her "brightest hour," when John Kennedy negotiated
the French-Soviet negotla.
LAKE WALES Eighteen A campaign to raise $500,000will He to learn more about their In secret with Nlklta Khrushchev to trade our national honor and
lions la how It fits Into De merchants have for
signed be
up launched In December
schools The theme this Is one-sided detente
year national security for a with the Kremlin,
Running Mate Gaulle's global picture.In the> Lake Wales Shoppers'Jack A gift of $200,000 to the fundIs "Education Pays Dividends"
Ms memoirs now a favor. They must remember the phony bookkeeping that conceals our
We heard Senator Hubert Humphrey at a meeting Ite reference work dip. pot Holiday! the deposited In the bank. A great variety of programsIs rapid pace toward national Insolvency. They must remember the
among Under the
program, participating The expansion will
program
of the editors and publishers in a United! Press lomats, Pe Gaulle discusses the merchants will award add 63 beds to the hospital. school being planned by many soaring national debt In days of supposed peace. They must take
systems and professional notice of the
bales of printing press Federal Reserve Notes that
need first to make an alliance week to Lake
meeting in Washington two weeks ago. He was bom two Jackpots a organizations. There will be ra. have replaced the silver certificates In recent months across the
with side with
one and then the Wales shoppers, one every
and FORT MEADE The State dio and television presentations
unrealistic about
bastic, sarcastic quite a great other. Wednesday and Saturdays starting land.They
Road will newspaper and must remember the Johnsonian to "take
Department survey coverage, pro. pledge from the
number of things think to the welfare Ills recognition of Red China Nov 28.
t we important U. S. Highway 17 from Fort grams within the schools and haves and give to the have-nots".
of the nation. He is a politician first last and always. for Instance, was Interpreted asa Bruce Fullerton has been Meade to Bartow for possible communities They must remember the wheat deal with the Soviet and the
move to put pressure on the elected president of the 2,200
He had some sort of answer for any question posed Soviet Union to make greater member Polk County Farm widening to four lanes, District The educational system In a bomb test ban pact that bars us from equalling the Russians in perfection
Engineer Jester Johnson reported democracy Is our most Import of the super-megaton bomb
concessions to the
The more we listened the more we couldn't remove West Bureau following the resignation Wednesday ant Institution Education can The must remember Bobby Kennedy and Pierre Salinger and

from our minds the thought that should something any In move West toward Germany closer at French least of 3, Ray Bridges of Polk The Fort Meade Bartow road mean financial and social sue. their carpetbagglng attempts made with the blessings of the administration .
City
is heavily traveled and is considered cess for an Individual. Educa. .
happen to LIU this would be the man 1ve'' would have ties with the Soviets will be In. Fullerton has been vice president
a worthy project. tlon provides the means by They must remember Bobby Baker and Billie Sol Estes and
as President. We didn't-like it *' terpreted as another power A successor in that position The city of Fort Meade has ,which an individual can Improve Walter Jenkins
play designed to force the Ger. will be. elected at the next
..We"' (Oppose his ',VDA"' (Americana" for Democratic mans Into closer rpoperatfonunder board meeting; swung behind the efforts of the I i himself If he has. the ability he TheymAist remember how a senatorial salary was pyramided

Action) membership* pas( uofx\ured us on the treaty signed two Plans for a $1)250,000 hospital garden club to beautify the city, has the opportunity to carryon Into a $14 million television empire in Texas through the aid of a
including the business district his education and become a pro.fessionai subservient Federal Communications Commission.
" him. Only one or two Items did it the ADA 'uiges years ago by De Gaulle and to serve the great Lake and the highway approaches. or enter other desirable They must remember Ballot Box 13.
former West German l.
Chanr Wales area were announced
recognition of Red China for the UN. ADA membersfeel lor Konrad Adenauer Thursday by Douglas Bullard, occupations But the list is endless-even U time is not.
Parents and other adults havea The sands of the
that our government should eventually resume De Gaulle has been disappointed president of the Lake Wales HAINES CITY Mrs Lula democratic concept are fast running. Four Tears
responslbllty to all children. from will
now, or eight be far, far too late
normal relations with the present Cuban government by results of the accord Hospital Association Boozer city welfare worker, The schools must offer quality America must decide
3 the
particularly as It has been In. Construction of a $700,000 resigned Friday. on Tuesday Nov. in this year of >
including renegotiation with regard to the Guantanamo terpreted by Adenauer's sue addition to the hospital Is scheduled Mrs Boozer, In her letter of education designed to meet the Lord 1964, the future course of this nation and the. fate of the peo
needs of
each child second pie who make up the 50 states
Naval Base. And then he favors more, not less censor, Ludwig Irhard. to begin next year. resignation, pointed out that she
would be. 85 Nov. 12 rate schools are detrimental to Admittedly, the odds are long,but the stakes are high. The future
welfare for the people of the nation. But the one that The ;Haines on the Interests of students, adults freedom of all Americans hangs In balance.
City High School and the nation. Any talent The Issue Is before the people of the nation and they alone can.
really pushed us completely away from this man is Letters To The EditorDear Marching Hornets band will which Is not developed is a and MUST, decide.

his accord with the ADA's to abolish the Un. appear In the annual Orlando God
move waste of our most Important grant them the wisdom and determination to make the
Santa Claus 24.
P. ade Nov.
American Activities Committee of the House of Representatives The board of d. 'ectors of the resource. People are the back brave, the patriotic and the all Important decision so that conceptof
broken their word bone of our socelty. Freedom may prevail.
Editor always
This mind is the Chamber of Commerce y..t.rday -
man running mute
you
Goldwater or Johnson If We hive bren warned again This week should not only be

of Johnson and the one next in line if elected 1. to be the voters do not see the it- and again and again that If and agreed pay part to sponsor of the the expenseto band directed at parents but at all

the President of the United States. Buys before Nov 3, and vote we do not turn the tide *oon that. transport the students to and the adults.programs Everyone to should find out Join whatIs In Religion In AmericaBy I

for Johnson because of the Khrushchev's promise from Orlando. happening In the schools.
bring our grandchildren Mill live under
slanderous propaganda
Naturally an Individual could
Voting Next Tuesday showered upon them by the Communism just may BARTOW Finding a suit not possibly obtain all the neecanary LOUIS CASSELS The first page of the booklet

There ate 84,000 person eligible to vote in Polk "liberals" It will be a sad day come true. Do you want the able location for an entire governmental Information In one week. United Press International assures apartment house rei U

for America The Issues are Communists to bury us? Mark complex, not Just This should be;. the beginning ofa Churches and synagogues on dents that the churches and
County next Tuesday.( But probably during the 12 great they are vital and what these Issues well before you a site for the Bartow police and new Interest Consider this Chicago's North Shore have synagogues of the com muni t:

hour stretch only about 65,000 will be able to make happens at the polls will affect vote. For your decision on fire station has been the cause week as an opportunity to begin worked out a promising solu. seek only "the privilege of

It There are 220 voting machines. Two are held in reserve the future of the whole world Nov. 3 will matter very much of delays In selecting a site, attending school programs. tlon to one of the most difficult serving you as a neighbor and
What U at stake What are for a long time to come. Vote City Manager C. R, Odom, said There are se' eral ways In problems facing urban religious friend."
in case any machine breaks down, they can be the alternatives between GoKUater. Tuesday. which members of a communitycan institutions In America today Interfalth visitation teams

rushed in as replacements. This then leaves 218 for which w. hall choose In the II Thomsen Odom said that the sites for help Improve the schools. The problem Is finding way were organized In each large

the polls. The election laws allow a pcrsoonly: five voting booth Let us examine an overall complex possibly One way is to support the to establish contact with famll. apartment building to distribute
covering several blocks, has schools by attending school les who live in hlgh-rlse apart. brochures among residents M
minutes behind that curtain this then makes it a a few of them freedom Dear Editor: been under study byMlloSmlth. board meetings. went buildings that building. Each team Included .
Individual
12 voters per hour times the 216 math:nea or 2.61G No 1 Is Mr. Walter We all agree Th. site Just northward of School board members serve Back In the days when most Catholic, Protestant ar
and personal rriponsiblllty with of the late Her
your evlogy Church Street on Broadway Is without salary. They spend Americans lived In small Jewish
per hour. The polls stay open for 12 hours and if you Shall the Federal Government bert Hoover- great man Indeed being considered. However representatives, nomin.
many hours working for the towns, It was easy for clergy ated by the participating con.
multiply that out you find that 31,396 persons can play God deciding how Odom said he didn't believe schools. Those who attend board men to pay pastoral calls on gregatlons. They received special .
cast their ballots. man shall live, and how much Today, (Oct. 28,1 4)a letter that this site was large enough. meetings have an opportunityto new families. They had only togo training before beginning
and which he sent
money he may keep U our telegram learn about school operations to the door and ring the bell. their door.to-door calls
What la is to have who to his In The
necessary everyone be son appeared
goes free enterprise system to
and an opportunity to express Today millions of urban fam. Because all of the churchesand
into the booth know what he or she is going to do. replaced with a government Tampa Tribune In It Hoover LAKELAND Final plans their own opinions.The tiles live in apartment build. synagogues In the community .

They must have a prior knowledge of the candidates owned economy* It personal admonishes Barry ColdwaterIt his son. to vote for and specifications for remodeling schools also have a re. Ings whose lobbies are virtually were united In the pro).
station
the former
Incentive to be outlawed and police sponslblllty. They should make Impenetrable unless the visitor ect, and because the actual vts.
pull the levers for them Then vote on the amend Mr. Walter, you are sincere for use by the fire departmentare
government dole to take Its every effort to keep the com. has an appointment A pastor Its were made by residents ctthe

ments. There are 14 questions to be voted upon. I'ull place? And. If so. where will\ American In your- -worship take his of advice a treat, expected to b* ready sometime unity informed on their opereallonl who tried to make door.to.door apartment building In ques.
In November
and out of (the booth from? For and needs. Too often calls Inviting people to church lion, the Interfaith committeewas
the levers get as quickly as possible the money com leave your Fabian Socialism to Cost of remodeling of the
schools raise a wall between risks the same quick heavehoas able to obtain the cooper
so that the next votei ,an get on with the process. the Federal I Government Johnson and add a vote with building, constructed In themld20' themselves and the public. a brush salesman atlon of building managers wt
doesn't make money. It Hoover's son for a free America estimatedat
any has been
It's going to be nip and tuck, but we must vote 'em all Are the It Is Important that a com. Nor can a pastor rely on had previously rejected all pro.
Just spends yours $80,700.The munlty be well Informed U It Is neighbor to give him the pouts for religious canvasses.The .
American people going to allow 0, too, was schooled where Importance of Joint going to vote of families
city Intelligently on names on whom he response from apartmer
This Funny World were, but I didn't buy that
that government to use you and county cooperation and school issues The most appro. might call by appointment In dwellers has been highly en.couraglng. .
stuff hook line and
sinker'Apparently
the fruit of private endeavorto favorable Industrial climatewas prlate way to become well In. the vast vertical villages which Visits have bee

create a SOCIALIST state? neither did Iloovrl stressed here Tuesday by formed Is to participate In all now house s large portion of made within the put year { '

1 No. J Economy In government ) the chairman of Lakeland Industrial available school activities and the U.3. population, people often more than 2,000 families, and>
A Friend
Are the taxpayers content Board. meetings don't know jhetr neighbors' only 10 per cent have refused

to see their hard...arned William S. Myrick Jr., ad- names let alone their rellgU to talk to the callers

dollars spent for kickbacks Dear Editor: dreMlng the Lakeland Board of ous affiliations.Chicago1 _

and deals which enrich the I was told that the Leagueof Realtors forecast a promising Cdgewater: comma, Rod Serttrif, creator of Twt

lives of a few money-sitd power Women Voters were, to Industrial future for the area Memories nity, which stretches along the light Zone;. scored his earliest

hungry politicians? Do serve us in an Informational based on these factors. He also shore of Lake Michigan nine success as a $300 second-prize
an In. Instead spoke of several prospective Industries miles north of tile Loop, trop
Americana want to see capacity they mm 20 YEARS AGO winner In a "Dr Chrtrtlat

veitif atlona of such dishonesty to try to sway" public opinionon which are contemplating Cpl. Alice Margraves. Winter tain a heavy concentration of script competition.
high rise apartment buildings
squelched because they might the reapportlon locating here.
1 Haven WAC was among It also contains 17 houses of
embarrass few officeholdersand meat amendmentOur Cltlsens will vote In the
a the first WAC offcen and en- worship Including 11 Protestant
candidates* Or are we CeosUtutna was not set municipal election Tuesday for lilted women with the Air churches, tree Roman CathoUc 41os A.tt '

calloused enough to shrug' and up on s 'one msn-on* vote' city commission seats. To date Force to arrive In Franc as churches, and two synagogues.The ; =e
"Oh well a little graft basis Those rwponitble for the campaigning has bees completely .
say, members of the Signals company ministers, priests and
1 0! her and there for form of lacking Issues.. 9f
\ and corruption our government handling cryptographicand rabbis of Edcwater nave a long
I I3lcNaughl Is to be expected f'ndt'uw.d to safeguard the There !have been no chargesor clerical duties tradition of working together.

No. S We shall decide on Interests of rural areas One countercharges by any of 10 YEARS AGO Last year, they decided to

Nov S whether we will\ continue man one ,ot," would, the eight candidate seeking the Two royal couples were tackle the high rise apartment

to protect this great mean that farmers and small three seats. chosen to reign at the 14th annual redder as a Joint project.The w

country of ours from Its avowal Mattered groups would be Halloween\ carnival at first step was to set up r

enemy the International boprleuly outvoted and so I fear the over emphasised Brigham School They were an interfaith committee with a .

Communist conspiracy Shall not repreiented power of tile so-called Pork thinhr.ders.( Jack Knight fttlttine' salaried director.
1th finantUl assistance.
.e overlook the reports that "One man on* vote" U Choppers". and Susan Hayes. and sis from. .
local business firms the
Communists Ire In this country Socialistic la concept. and the They dent scar m* at aH' grader Jimmy RID and Jane com.mlttee
publish a !! Ira
.page
to Insist Court (and of But being outvoted by Tampa
Are w* going up Supreme some Could char containing photographs of

noLOOK a.JI on the conciliation with the our liberal local ladies) would and Jacksonville and Miami S YEARS AGO each of the IT participating In.
eyMIcaN. Communists even though all Ilk* you la feel that It ls fair does scar sat! I will vote LesHe OWl was named fund citations with their time of

What's so new about war on poverty their gains have com from and equitable I fear the big "YES" on Amendment No 1OsmaD raising chairman of the. local services and other pertinent In. 9y/H s

I've been fighting one for years" appeasement And they have city block vote far more !than Turner Red Croat. formation.




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293 Students Venezuela Air Polk Seen Bigger- For Barry-

(Continued From Page One) Haven Is that candidatethe
centasje being the fact that state attorney and public ie

,j 4 JJ every single one of the M.OTO lender three county judteshlps
From Polk At Arm Joins In phi took the trouble to register even county offices three

this year the county county ooamlBSlonershtps
miuloMl'l ordered a n. three school board pouts and

U. of Se F. Fight On Fidel was registration re-districted when the county 'Justices tables In of tourdUlrlcts th* peace and tti coi o'" ,

the list of uncontested can,I..
Party limes don't mean date DON'TKICK
A total of 363 indents hn much where The PresidencyIs
; i AHA: AS11'1)' Bombers The context are all HM tr i
Polk County are concerned Florida has
among a r cord
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i o \' m znelan all force, In. first making lor easier noun" >
6,49 enrolled at the I .nverslty been 4 to 1 Democratic' aM
i t u !>oih, jets an<< propeller on a ballot Hut i* at tn-
of South Florida 1111- (d IJ ju on planes, have Joined UMu hat gone Republican ever to be difficult for vr\um'
fall, MA 84 of them art Winter hi an, H' 'astro.Communist liMe JIBI Polk County registration who hasn't don his home work

Havenltes. t.uoi i mat hiding out In UM hills is 87 per ct Democratic The candidate count up t III
The number of Polk Count, T ,'il Trtijll state, It was reporte nearly S to 1 but a mere 61- -alfhaugk two of
students hoe Increased from 'i} J I totaj.UAbullt. if the signs are being read them are In small type mid
the first year to 142 In 1961, 201] B25s, of World right half the Democrats are me voter can't!do anything about

In 1961 and 268 In 1963. Was U vintage and British- going to vote for Goldwater. them th* viet presidential

Enrolled from Winter Haven 1 hull Canberra jets were be. U 80 per cent turn out candidate are mentioned (In

art George Allen Jr., William feted 1811111Ie attack that's over 87.000 voter If tiny type) but there's no lever

Alien, Robert Boek, Marjorie acaiusi tile Reds.A Goldwater polls 60 per cent for them They ro along with

Branson, Robert Branson mllltar spokesman said and that's considered a fairly their presidential running mates
Pamela Carne, Wallace Ai. 11and police units art pott- .
accurate proportion by
Cormier, Malllt DlBacco. ed to I'ut' off the escape of any There art so many candidates I
who have been readingthe
Sandra Fanning, Call Genklnger guerrillas who seek to flee the those that the voting machine
Virginia Glddlngs, James bumtiit: I" ,,iAn '. signs the Republican just weren't big enough and
Goff, Peter Grlerson, Joann air force' scout plant nominee should go out of Polk the Justice of the peace and

Ham m, Patricia Hitchcock, w i11 V} dropped thousands of leaflets County with 40000 votes, or constable! candidate ran off
Marsha Hoffman. ''IVO': the proposed target area 11,000 more than Lyndon B. the bottom onto paper ballots

Peter before the attack began Johnson But that Isn't all-In fact It''-'
Hughes, Timothy Irbv,
James Johnson, Marlon Johnson "People of TruJtllo, the bandits When it cornea to the other only about the halt of It

Alice Keffer, Ralph who are holed up In your races, though, the voters will For In addition, there are U
Klesslg, Nancy Kitchens, Jack ttrrltoi. \ have obliged the probably return to the fold proposed amendments to the
Knight Nathanael Kraxberger limed forces: to bombard the Certainly U S, Sen. Spessard Florida Constitution and one
tones where they are lurking," Polk County referendum which
Julian Lasseter Jr., Gordon Holland a home town boy -
fJ the leaflets Slid "Do not be from Bartow concerns the establishment ofa
MacCalla, James McGoldrick, he'i will poll
ale lid, but IU must collaborate budget commission
William Meadows Jr., Leslie 1at a hug majority of Polk CounUan -
so that these misfit maybe These amendment have been
Muma, Thomas Oldt, Barbara YILil' *' votes even some Re
brought to Justice reviewed both In the news and
Palmer Durbin Pearson Jr. publicans1. His opponent THE
The military spokesman said editorial column of the Dully
Sandra Peck, Kenneth Roberts. Claude R. Kirk Jr. of Jackson
.
residents of have
loyal the area News Chief during the pant
Gregory Roche, David Schutt, SUPPORTERS throng to the platform ti' shAke Barry Gold. agreed l lie abandon their farms ville, has done some ram.pal"ingln week

Thomas Shepherd, Frank Skill. water's hand on hi. Tennessee stopover at Tri-Clty Airport "to facilitate the work of bom the county but has Tote polls In 90 Polk County

en Jr., Jacqueline Smith, Wilson bardment." stirred up little evidence of a precincts will open tt 7 a.m.
Stroust Jo Symes, Sharyn All CandidatesContinued Dry And Mild Military helicopters have been Polk County habit people and close at 7 p.m. There are
Symes, Terence Tessem,Jerry assigned to pot targets for the hereabouts have been voting 21S machines set up In these

Thomas, Evelyn Thompson ( From Page One) Forecast bombers for Spessard Holland for 40 polling places, which means

Vickie Vail, Ronald Van Duyne, partment ts evidence his administration yean being discarded that th.or.tloal1)there U a

Frank Vaughn, William Wald- "has made econ Election The Haydon Burns.Charles voting machine for every 312
Day Is FoundIn
rup, Wilbur Wells, Bonnie omy a first order of business," Body Holley. hassle Is somethingelse voteri expected at the polls

Robert Westbrook, Mary Wolter and laying that It hag saved the WASHINGTON (UPI) The Though Burns Is expect At two and a half minute per

Wright taxpayers $2.8 billion weather will be dry with mild Tampa Bay ed to carry the county handily voter, each machine can handle
The current South Florida temperatures In most of the only about 288, and Mrs.
his been
Holley pushing
,
Johnson flew to Dover from BRADENTON Fla. (UPI) -
enrollment figure Is 2,000 Blanche Work of
more nation Election Day supervisor
where he returned A believed to be that of brashly for votes and will
Washington body
than a year ago, representing a "Generally, It looks like t lot registration, reported omlnously TIRES
42 per cent Increase In the early today from a four. nicer day than we had for the Robert E. Moservey, 46, of Ml. probaby get more than the on Saturday that the average
student body. day campaign swing that ended 1900 presidential elections," a amt, was found floating In usuM fOP share some of It absentee voter has teen
north of here Fri. from riding on the Goldwatercoattails
These are 2,281 freshmen, Friday night In Chicago weather bureau spokesman said Tampa Pay taking at least five minutes to
perhaps, but lot of
day. a
1,233 with a torchlight parade and Despite frigid weather In mark a ballot
sophomores 1198
Juniors, Manatee County sheriffs It the result of a clam bang .
844 seniors, and 127 graduate rally witnessed by sn estlmated northwestern states and snow For those interested In srlthmttlo
students enrolled In the Uni one million persons. and rain In the south and other deputies said papers found on campaign there are B5 I."rs to be
a record 88.8 million the body Indicated It was that There are five other contest pulled If a voter carries out
versity's first master's degree Goldwater presided at a areas,
of Moaerl who one of .
program, In elementary education. morning rally in Phoenix and turned out to vote for John F. ey was on the Polk County ballot his full responsibility plus a
two aboard a vessel en
The remainder of the students gave San Antonio and South Kennedy and Richard M, NixonIn route men from Miami to New Or. and whit the Republicanshave coupe of prper ballot "X"
the last election. been campaigning extensively marks
classified presidential
art
as special
Carolina after flying
speeches week
students. The U.S. Weather Bureau leans a ago. they have the handicap The conclusion Is obvious.
home Friday night from Loa The vessel was found anchored Vote to avoid the rush
predicted small ralnshowers for which is beat shown by early
The enrollment total Includes Angeles, where he addresseda off the Sunshine Skywaya
of Pennsylvania West figures:
parts listing registration
3,713 men and 2,785 women. fund raising dinner Kentucky and tenne*. week ago today and the bodyof
Virginia, 734H2 Democrats 10,281 Republicans
Students representing 49 lie charged in that speech see. Victor A. Sooy 52, of Miami ExhibitionsContinued

Florida counties comprise 6- that U.S, troops in Viet Nam Some showers on Tuesday was tangled in the anchor line Ben Hill Grlffinlrof Frost' ( From Page (One)
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294 of the total enrollment. The are being deprived of adequate also were forecast In the Great proof, who has been a representative -
remaining students are from 33 equipment and accused John Basin region Utah, Nevada Mrs. Work In the state louse for ai follow:
states and five foreign countries son of being more Interested and Idaho. Some snow mixed eight years, la running for state "Arti and Crafts have long

In votes than the safety of the with rain Is anticipated for (Continued From Page One ) senate, his opponent being Mar been recognized t. a benefl

The majority of the USF students servicemen. Michigan northern Ohio and machines during all of the time vin O. Vernon of Aulwrndale. club relnistlon, as a hobby
4,632 are enrolledIn northern New York, wit I h a With the possible exception of and s* 't i profession for young
they were being prepared so
the College of Basic Studies, The senator t alaq. gecelledJohnson's small storm moving to New there would be no chance of(tam- Holland, Griffin t II probably the anti old
which provides cortt1tlon ore ', rarcw.thanSenate England toward the end of the beat known politically of anyone "In order to promote more
poring
'of introductory courses'for ui victory-in- IMS and said the day Mr*, Work also charged that In the county, and Is considered Interest the American Artists
freshmen and sophomores election had been disputed 1 Put mostly clear skies and at least one of the election certain to move into the Professional' League hu designaled .

With the completion of these "Lyndon's political power temperatures ranging betweenthe clerks hired by the county had upper house to take the seat vacated Nov 17 to be oh
basic courses, usually at the stopped a full investigation riOs and 80s Is the outlookfor been harassed by the Republ by Scott Kelly when he served is American Art Week i

end of the sophomore year students just II it has stopped investigations the rest of the nation, especially llcao, who were (tiling her howto ran for governor all over the United States,

enter one of the upper- of wrongdoing ever the middle states. run the election There are contests for two "Theref, by the power
level colleges. Currently en- since But Lyndon laughs ---"---- "A member of the Republican Polk County sects. In the lower Invested In me ** Mayor of

rolled In these colleges are 374 about It," he laid. Fallout Found executive committee has called house, Veteran Lawton M. Winter Haven I hereby pro

In the College of Liberal Arts, On the vice presidentialfront at least one election clerk and Chiles Jr., of Lakeland I la opposed claim Nov 1.7 as American

162 In the College of Du.lnes.Admlnl.tratlon Republican candidate In U.S. Milk Indicated he wanted to Instruct by James R. West. and Art Week anti Invite the rill

289 In the College William E. Miller started Saturday her how to conduct the election Wallace L, Storey, running forth lens of out community to par
WASHINGTON UPI -Small first time to fill Griffin's
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of Education 10 enrolled she said
In by visiting the varlous -
with an appearance amounts of radioactive Iodine vacant aest, la challenged by tk'lpsle
jointly In education and butt "He gave her advice not In the
Audubon, Iowa, before shiftinghis / Art exhibit provided b>
131 from (lit Red China's atom. Paul D. Welle.Sheriff
ness administration, and 148 enrolled election laws, and In some caste
jointly In education and campaign to Pennsylvania Ic explosion have been detect contrary to the election Monroe Brannen., our local artists

liberal arts The remaining 883 In I rally Friday night at t>1 In milk In this coun r\ laws." she continued. "lit told seeking a second term I Is op We're kidding of
are special students, not seekIng Enid, Okla., Miller attacked A government spo k e!' sma her that watchers art supposed posed by Roy 0. Rlley. and Mrs Dr WanderContinued only course.

derr.... Johnson's reference to an In- said the amount of radioactive to be behind the machines Blanche Work, who was appoint
cldent In the Eisenhower administration material found in the milk sam. during the voting which Is not ed supervisor of registrationlast ( : From Page One) Kick them all you like. It's a
In addition, the new USF College similar to the pie was far below the levels true according to election law. January and ts now running tt the Citrus Eprrlm Sis.

of Engineering opened this Walter Jenkins case is wholly which would warrant protective He told her thai voters can not for a full term, has oppositionby lion her. good way to let off steam.
fall and students are currentlybeing of WinterHaven.
health James R. Mclver
measures,
J admitted. unfounded. H. accused the go to the machines until a Republican A native of Medina, Ohio
President of "deliberate disregard -------- watcher has checkedhis h* received hla degree In That as you know, was one
That Is the extent of theconl..t. ,
Most of the local students at Krebiozen Sit-in card flit, and this Is not chemistry from Wuotter. Ohio
of the In
I truth" hopesof
USF are living in seven rest true And he told her thai the In thl..l.ctlon. rort- College his maalor In soil u of the old-fashioned of
denct halls, Including four new an "election day advan- three Democrats( running for ways
(Continued From I'ajOM/ ) county is supposed to furnish the chemistry and hit doctorate
:.t buildings completed just in time tags taken to sit) court. watchers with tables and chairs offices ranging from Congressand in horticulture from Ohio St.t.Ul1Iy.r.lly. .
for the opening of classes this Sen Hubert L Humphrey Guards at the HEW building also not true." the Florida Cabinet down to checking the car. Cars these
month. Johnson's running mate took Mrs. Work said that this of constable are without opposition -
kept reporters and photograph.trs uf the
He Is put pretMvnt
James ,
The students art attending hit campaign from Portland.Ore. from witnessing the elctlon. :. tidal, whom she did not name, Congressman In for A Soil and Crop Stance Swift days are so well built and

classes for the first time this ., to Los Angeles yesterday They refused to honor had the clerk come to his house, Haley I I' automatically a of Florida, and Is affiliate!
three State
fall In new$1.7 million Physics seeking votes in the city most credentials and newsmen and had her In tear before he Court term stall, three Supreme District with the America Chemical have so many Improvementsthat

Building which will be dedicated and its suburbs were not allowed beyond the was finished. Hi CabInet Society of Hortrultlural Act
of
Court Appeal posts, -
Nov. 1314. Construction In remarks prepared for hit first floor of the building. C..le.l "I don't know how many" more Mrs offices a PVC Commissioner enc. American !Society" of Agronomy the only thing you needto
begin this year on additional breeze's office I Is on the fifth they have contacted th Florida !Htit
landing at LM Angeles one teal In the legists end *-
residence halls and four other floor. Work said "but will find out
major classroom buildings for Humphrey attacked what he After the demonstrators were Mrs. Work had a copy of i hire Rat Msttos of Winter Horticultural Society do Is select the one you

physical education and the Colleges called Goldwater' "radical- escorted from Celebreste'i of. letter from Allen to County
of Engineering, Cduca 1m.." He laid the voters flee, they were taken down an Solicitor> Gordon MacCalla concerning prefer and then make sure

tlon, and Business Admlnlstra- "must make It clear that the elevator to the basement Dis. what he considered Irregularities Demand
tlon. apostles of discord will never trtct of Columbia police waited In preparation of I By! Your Popular that you do get the right

again be given the cloak of there to arrest them formally the machines ,

respectability of t major poll on charges of violating a n.C. The letter says that although financing at one of the
Planes
Two set to aero,
; tical party. law the counters were LaditY"BOOTSTER"

(Continued From Page One) tie still doesn't know that the American National Banks of
machines will register right ,

ground for a parachute to doan Florida Joins 30 StatesIn "How dots 'bt know thai th* LOAFERS

good" Mrs McDermott counters were set to nrol"Mrs. course.

aid. Work asked. "He personally no. -." ....'. ....... ..... .-
Mrs. McDermott said the air. checked very few of the ... .. .. .. .. .'. ,.... ..

craft crashed about 1:30: a.m. New York Bible Case word machines.for It.He" had to take our I'Ai,

EST."It; was right after I openedthe On tile other side of the fence, .
store I was outside TALLAHASSEE (VPI>- flo. Congress la enacting tile (here hart been Irregularitieson .,. '
sweeping. rids, which lost its battle for Pledge of AlIeglaM: was to the part of the Republicans, ,

"They made so much noise Bible reading In the public promote a spirit of patriotic but these have been overlookedby $488
flying over that I looked up. schools, has joined other states and civil pride and to toiler Intellectual Mrs. Work and other county 51" .
They were light la a huddle. to a legal fight to keep Intact and moral qualities offWUls for the most part
I think they wert already Introuble. the Pledge of AI!* >. Ke to the .o essential la preparing the A list of poll watcher was NOW
." nag. people of this great nation to brought to Mrs. Work by M w.ua/r1 Wa"
t Military officials blocked off Alt) Geo. James Kyves dt*. meet the reeponslMlHU and "Authorised On*"*" of **.- =: j.Q ..-. 04
closed Friday that Florida and obligation of citizenship," tn* atonal candidate Claude Kirk ee $588 10 a" the
the crash area. A coroner was r" c......
sent from Augusta.Mrs. 30 other state have entered as brief says The list has to be presented u"tI.. .A31EIUC11NNL'f7ONi I
"friend of Ih* tomrt" a New +".
said it 14 oars before: Ih* election by
McDertnon ap.ptartd
of the York state ease la which tile It also points out that there the candidates, or the deputy L ..JANCSf
that the wine tips
was a u the
two plants camt together.Tht all the of the words Is challenged.Th "onder Cod"in VJS Supreme concurring Court opinion decision mast have written authorisa BARGAIN TABLE BARGAIN TABLE
pledge
plants were attacked to Bible taco The list was la on time, FDIC
against la
pUMlc
reading
the 10th Air Transport Brigade cult, filed agaliwt tilt stools whlrt specifically aug. but there was no autg oriution. Ludict Flat and r,........ ,1 ,.,.. ifMombo
Ga. New Tork state eoeasnUaWmer roar day at*. Kirk's campelga :
of Ft. Benntng, gU.'wt th* Pledge of At Dr w Shoes _
Another enD Caribou touted of edwaMoB, eettende aM of left...,* may not b* tfc* type maaagtr signed* aej with troops crude: this swn.ner me words' to pvbllc school "to. of practice frvhtMted. by the for the deputy, bt : :.:: :::.::;::;

during Army maneuver late tile prortrto of tfc* fed. CCIH tI1 Oft. Kirk *tlU Us not a, f. $. lWv.
near RMgway, S.C. kllUac 1sotflers. era! Ctmstttutk that guaran.tee "Aeeerdteg to the law. I l- -- -
against laws either afc.BsMng should taro Ms list dowi," ..... .. $OOOJH MM NOW

The twin *ngln* transport or restricting reUgJon Pops Concert Mr_ Work laid "but I feel ... .. 1
was designed for landing and ,radk'. that the candidate acted la good I II 00 "'-'.... .4tl It :

takeoff U short distances It The brief la which! Florida (tCeiean.ed Frew Page Of*) Alta, although h* chewed a A
ha* a capacity of 32 troops. and are other states are par great deal of ignorance of fee g
Air Assault n opened earlier tMpattag. aid which was wrtu Unit mute from Jerome Ken's"Slowbost" election law "

aMa Month wtth 32.000 troop tee fey Maryland cctd ne ". bar tees through s lot USE YOUR
participating. It was designed Pledge of Atteftene I* a p*. There wm be ao dirge for of election, bat never on* like eI Lindsey ilI
to tee IM Army's MW mobliu theiR eeretMsiT. rIOt a reUgkotuesercU the performance Mk.eptugwith (Ms," Mrs. Work said She has CHARGE

ty concept of DM*log troop* *. he Orcbeeira'i goal "to RepuUKa opposition tut her ACCOUNT I

and veapoB bjr aircraft ratter "It 1* loa dear tor arrsment spread the Mjortaeat. of good pmor of Bedsiratloa poet SHOE SALON =-.:. L I

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, high boots with a half ounce European Art Gallery Being Started Here I
Leona Gate of Marijuana In the left one. -
They also discovered a note Mal and Mrs Jesse Mehrlust eoclated with Barowlls Ltd, an ever, she will arrange showingsfor
which std in part, "as strange
Interested
}hivr just returned from New'i Importing art gallery anyone
t as I know this must sound I Barowils, Ltd buys works of
nk and announced today that Mehrlust, operator of the
Off Critical feel In my heart to mate my Mrs Mehrlust has become as Lake region Hotel attended tM old masters andpresenl day artists -
exit at this point ta life
my r convention of the American Hotel throughout Europe
would be the wisest thine and Motel Association, and
to do." Club Sets the couple visited the World's
Hospital List Miss Oaf was divorced from CoOp Fair and saw several Broadway MONEY CAUSES TROUBLF
her fourth husband, Qunther .
Annual Meet shows MILAN, Italy (UPIGlusfp.pe
Collate, about a year ago Mrs Mehrlust brought a Clndo was arrested I rida
LOS ANGELES (UPI) L*. -1 '1 11 h.. Cooperative Education number of etchings watercolors for maltreating his wife. She
MM Otto, Miss U.S.A. 1967 for r l Jul, of Winter Haven Senior and lithographs back to said their marriage hnu teen
one day, WM off the critical list Chiang Marks (1I11'h i s,hool will hold Its annual Winter Haven, and others, Including fine until three years ago when
G I and oils, being Giuseppe won $240,000 In a national .
at e n era Hospital "11 members" party on Tues. original are
apparently past another crisisIn 751h BirthdayTAIPEI d3Th... group will meet at shipped here, with which she lottery. After that, she
tier trouble life. I r- '11) P.m. All old and presentm plans to open a gallery In the said, he began to beat her ip
Miss Gate, 27, was found un. Formosa (UPI) /ethers are Invited. near future Meanwhile, how. and Insult her
conscious In a Hollywood Motel President Chiang Kal4hek ob. ( T j
Thursday night after an appar. serves his 7l1th birthday annl. .
ent suicide attempt. The part versary Saturday, still in full .aamhs, !
time actress and former show control of the Nationalist ChI. / : -/l r'
girl regained consciousness Fri. nese government and still plan. i
day night. nine a showdown battle with
Investigators said Miss Gage Communist China. ,
apparently Ingested an undeler. the appointment of !
mined type and quantity of His age and the Peking ro.
drugs In an attempt to take her glme's explosion of a nuclear
life."She weapon seemed to have little ,BUCK POOLE'AS
Is In serious condition effect on the generalissimo's
and responding to treatment," confidence that he would lead OUR NEW SALES MANAGER
said a deputy sheriff at the /Jail his people back to the China
section of the hospital. mainland from which he was Buck invites all hit many friends in the Winter
Miss Gage had to yield her driven 15 years ago
Miss U.S.A title In the 1957 Haven and Auburndal cress to stop in soon.
Miss Universe Beauty Pageant The president and Madame
when It was discovered she Chiang have retreated to an S r DANIELS FORD SALES CO.
I was married and the mother of undisclosed hideout In southern A
two. But the furor and publicity Formosa for a quiet gatheringwith
led to a job In a Las Vegas family I members. Thftpeo. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICLK:: School officers for 1964-6: were elected at the Lake Your Ford Dealer In Auburndale BUCK root E
show. pie Chiang has led for nearly Alfred Junior High School last week. From left, Sarah Hanklns, president;Janice Rublnas,
I' Officers who found hr In the four decades were warming up second vice president, Markel Beedlngfleld, first vice president: arah Sprlnkel, treasurer; W. PARK ST. & N. BARTOW AVE. PHONE WO Atiff
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YORK (UPI) Hnlo e G
Ladd, a mammoth tackle for, I 12! TURN SWITCH RIGHT WARNINGTOURGENERAL ELECTION
the San Diego Chargers, todar _
protected the '500 fine assessed TO CLOSE CURTAINS A H MARKS MUST BE
on him by American Football Polk
League Commissioner[ ass. 2S? MARK YOUR BALLOT AND SHOWING FOR VOTE County
"The flue was too heavy TO REGISTER
Ladd said, according fa a LEAVE MARKS Florida
Charger spokesman San [niep SHOWING -.
Coach Sid Gillman protested Sao TURN SWITCH lEFT
that "the tine Is about 300 per a m November 3, 1964
cent out of line."
Ladd, who scales over 300
pounds, and veteran quarter.
back George Blanda of the Lyndon I. DEM
Houston Oilers were fined Frl. M JOHNSON
day by Foss for'"actions detrU Hubert H. Humphrey J
mental to the best Interest" of ((1 Electors for President and VicePresidentVote

the The league.fine to Ladd was the big. J JA
rest ever levied on a player In ( for Group) Barry M. REP
the AFL. It Is believed Blandawas GOLDWATERWiIIi.m
fined .2 O. Both penalties J
resulted from last Sunday's E. Miller
lame between the Chargersand
Oilers at Houston, which I I
was won by San Diego 20.17.
Ladd was charged with strllu _...:J. .
log Houston defensive tackleEd
Husmann with Ms helmet SAFETY AWARD Birds Eye Division of General Foods received a Safety Award from the QUESTIONS : Clmn.1 Clmn.
and Blanda was fined for a Kemper Insurance Safety Engineering Department tor eight years free fr>m accident in Its
post-game comment he made engine room. From left Morris Fagln, manufacturing and engineering manager llllim L. I. Should we stop giving billions in foreign aid to the Communist I 1. 0 no 0 yes
about the officiating Marsh, foreman of the engine room and Ray Barnes, Kemper representative
"If a player, coach or club .----- -- -- nations and their sympathizers?
official has a legitimate complaint

the place about for game him to officiating file it Is, ':41 4 2. If parents pay their child's college expenses, instead of begging for 2. Q no 0 yes

with the commissioner's of. federal scholarships, should they be granted extra exemption on
flee," Foes said .
Ladd, who was expelled from d Nv. ',. if. .: ; their personal income tax? .,
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the Houston game after the in. '' :
cident, said laten "I try to 3. Should a candidate "cover up" or "whitewash" Bobby Baler, Billie 3. eyes 0 no
avoid fights, but when one ;
does start, to me fighting .. : : 1t\, Sol Estes, Matt McClostey or anyone who betrays the public trust?
life or death." 'f }f !
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.ter. t,, (. f fT .... 1 4. Do you approve of smear campaigns to terrify mothers and children 4. CJ yes D no
GOP Chairman
by TV scenes of nuclear explosions?

Predicts Barry .
Will R- 9 if 5. Since LBJ refused to protect Negroes against lynching and was 5. [Q: no D yet

SurpriseWASHINGTON Vi 1 called a "racist" in 1963 is his 1964 Civil Rights stand a Johnny-
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(UPI) Re. / 1: fO come-Lately stunt to gain votes?

publican national Chairman ... j \F

ry Dean M.Burch Goldwater predicts will Sen.surprisethe Bar. .. t' \. 1 ( '" 6. Should we even consider the idea of negotiating with Panama forgiving 6. Q yes [D no

"experts and pollsters" wr 1steL up our Panama Canal, built with our taxes?
Tuesday and win the presiden .
cy.
7. Should merchants, barbers, farmers and all employees be f free to hire 7. D no O yet
Burch toll< a news conference
Friday the COP would make h workers.without threats from Uncle Sam? '
"significant gains" in the Senate .

teats, pick and displace up 15 to from 20 five House to 8. If you own property, should you be allowed to rent or sell as you 8. Q no 0 yet

nine Democratic governors. please, without threats from Uncle Sam? .

The COP leader said presidential

'Vould '"sweep nominee the South Goldwater andV1U 9. Is it plausible that a poor Texan Congressman earning less than J Q y'l.. f1 no

:carry the key states and $20.000 per year could save an averagejof $150,000 per year for 't.. \ v.. .;
Middle West and Far West" over 20 years? "7 **.> t a ,
and would "pull some surprls. .
es" In the East. He mentionedNew
Jersey u one possible sur 10. American boys are dying daily from enemy bullets 'in Viet Nam, so 10. Q no 0 yes

prise.He VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS The Lake Alfred eighth trade won the Polk ':oun r and D isn't this the fourth war this century under a Democrat President
discounted published polls Division championship by defeating teams from Mulberr Fort Meade; Highland i its and
showing President Johnson witha Davenport Front row, from left: Mary Decker.Jackie Cheshire, L,nelte Weaver. L>ixl* Wrlyin' ( -Roosevelt-Truman-LBJ)?
long lead over Goldwater and captain, Janice Roberts Mary Mlsslrlan and Carolyn Price Dack row, lurbara Lannlng Regina
laid they were based on small Tippett, Monica Stoneklng. Judy Wright Mary Morton, Coach Shirley Hartman Sue Cheshire I 11. Socialism. would destroy our free enterprise system, so should the I II I, dye* a no"darling"
... He said the COP had Pat Hutchinson, Sandra Connerly, Phyllis Mltchem and Deborah Pond.
canvassed hundreds of thous.i of the Socialist-tinged A.D.A., Hubert Humphrey, be

i lands of voters to support his Johnson To elected vice-president (one heart-beat removed!)?
t forecast of a Goldwater vic Curtis Publishing CompanyFires

: tory.Burch said the party headquarters Make Three TV 12. Should Walter Rtuther, who set up a Socialist cell In a Michigan 12 Q yes 0 no

had net received final University, be allied to force all his union members to contributeto
reports from all states but he Two Vice PresidentsPHILADELPHIA AppearancesWASHINGTON
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read figures from some of his "captive" union? .
them. (UPD-Preil-
For example, In Johnson's (UPI) Blair and Kantor, both senior dent Johnson plans three appearances >
13. If threatened with quick destruction by Communist nuclear bombs, 13. Q no D
Publishing Co.board vice InvolvedIn yes
home state of Texas, he said a The Curtis presidents, were on roast to COM!television
Republican cavass of 481,000 of directors Friday fired Clay the revolt against Matthew" before the election Tuesday should our top commanders be free to retaliate as they have always
voters showed 42 per cent for Blair Jr., and Marvin D. Kan. J. Culllcan when he was preil. .
Goldwater, 33 per cent for Johnson tor aa officer and employes o!' dent and board chairman of the A rerun of I Ike speech John been free to do, without waiting for an O.K. from the Presidentwho
and 21 per cent undecided. the company.THAT'S firm. Culllgan resigned aspres. son mule' at the Mormon Tab' ( might be on vacation or overcome by a sudden heart attack)?
Ident Oct. 19 but continued a* ernaele la Sail Lake City will

chairman In a statement, the board be work broadcast today at on lOttt DM p.m.CM FST.net 14. Should we elect "men of the party that deceived the Cuban Freedom ,14. D yet a no

s a I said It terminated the services Monday at f p.m. Let, CM Fighters into thinking we would offer them full air protection in their
[ of Blair and Kantor "(or what will broadcast a panel 4SM w>
It believed to be the beat Inter. Don with a croup 01 womee. brave attempt to free Cuba?
eats of the company," At 10 p.m BBT Monday dust

day Blair L waning was editor Post and of the edltor Sttur..in election the President eve program will appear over In the an 15. Should we continue to tolerate and eventually recognize a fully 15. O yet 0 no

chief of all publications. Kantor If tIC network: with his running Communist nation 90 miles off our shore?
was head of the company's mate, 8m Hubert H. Hum.

chief magazine administrative division and officer served urv phrey.ranch In Johnson Texas will and Humphreywill be at Me 16. Was LBJ parroting the Socialist Rne when he said He wanted to take 16. Q no O yes

der Both Culllgan. be on the Wee COM the money from the "haves" and give It to the "have nets"?
were relieved of their
duties last Ort. 10 after the
management squabble erupted ATTENDANCE SWFEMNEWAKK $17. Was it statesmanlike for LBJ to urge that race riots and strikes be 17. O yes O noD
Blair and Kantor were both England (UPI) -
members of the board as weU School attendance wsMered rrl. stopped just "til after the November election"?
M top officers of the company. day when a truck spilled 10 tons
The action came at a can of herrings onto a bypass and 18. Do you believe in continued deficit spending and more devaluation 18. yet D no
Unuance today of a special school children were atlewed to
meeting held Oct. It during use as many as they wantedtor of the dollar?
which:ulllgan resigned as pres fUn bait
(dentIn 19. Do you believe in Constitutional government? 19. 0 no 0 yes
other action today, Ma Legs! Advertiting
M, '''llfford who was Mined
hlef executive officer Oct. II 20. Should we tack "Medicare" onto an already overburdened Social 20. D yes D no

until selected a new, was president continued could la that be ?180.50' eats Security system and tax and tax our children grandchildren and great

acting capacity lending election tsp NnMi7 .**. grandchildren? '
I
THE of a new president

HAPPY DIFFERENCEI solved Blair la and a policy Kantor dispute were with In. F, Rene 21. Do we h.ve.n obligation to keep God in the classroom and In public 21. 0 no Q yes

CuUlgan that was said to nave im .... Na. .... few fife when many children receive no religious education; and Immorality
I LIKE ABOUTMORRISON'S been going on since last lola"
Pr.....s tI ........., Naasi rsa crime and juvenile deRnquincy is on the increase?
CAFETERIAEveryday MOVING FARMSWALLOWFILLD
Ended tM TWed 51.. SW 22. Don't you think that e candidate endorsed by men Cke Hoover and 22. 0 no D yes
(VTt>-Harry Victory Us hired
that's what more peopleare and Eisenhower and the 'Communist Worker would
a 40-car train to move Ma farm opposed by
saying, about Morrison's in Pensa- including: livestock and machinery WMtr Here, 7U.O melee the best President
cola, Savannah Chattanooga, and the about IK) miles to
Lauaceston. Cost 12.100. *. tl. *.., t 1M4IH
other important cities throughout the : 23. Should we strengthen our enemies (so they can bury us) and set an 23. 0 yes D no

SoutheastDewwtewfl example for the rest of the free nations by selling them wheat. and
lan..dsr I s..4. Phase 213.1111
SPECIAL STEAK NIGHTS raft CMUI PUTt loaning them the money to buy it with?
a lb. S+I.+. $1.17' :I ywyr liter 12 IN" A MMe A. LW.
: Me.ew, re. ...,...,.. III Teenrtes /ALEe o
Caeee.d S:1ee 41.xt1r1
gtr.areea ..t wtneM ?t.1m44m p. J1-U If more than half your answers ere In column I, you should push the lever down after Johnson'i

Mint (See temple& ballot) If more than haJJ your answers ere In column 2 you should push the lever

Iii1iT:1fiiiI: InttranctHAIIT down after GoUweter's Name In your voting booth on Nov. 3.


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I State By State Outlook For President Governor Senate And House



WASHINGTON (UPI) Here al ticket! since 1932. publican Romney has apparent MINNESOTA (10)) NORTH DAKOTA ((4))
: is the state-by.state outlook for Senate Democratic Incum. lead over Democrat Staebler. President Johnson by land. President Nip and tuck,
[L President, Governor, U.S. Sen. bent Byrd wins easily over Re. HouseGOP holds present slid. Polls show be has 71.14 but Republicans returning to
ate and U.S. House In next publican May. margin of 11.8, but Democrats per cent edge, but GOP claims fold may give victory to Gold.
Tuesday's election. These estl. House-Democrats, who now should gain one seat and possUt gap closing water.CiovenorIncumbent.
mates are based on local polls, hold ... edge over Republicans, t> two. Demo.
!interviews with political leaders might wind up with net gain of Senate Incumbent Demo.
and findings of veteran corre. one or two.NORTH. ILLINOIS (26)PresidentJohnson( ) crat McCarthy also by a land. crat Guy should win unprece.
>pondents. CAROLINA (13)) r re Is solid Slid over Republican Whitney. dented third term.
The figure to the right of President Johnson expected: favorite, with talk of landslide. House Now split 4.4, but Senate Democrat Incum.
"each state is Its electoral vote. to win, but it could be by nar. Governor-Neck and neck be. Democrats could pick up seat bent Burdlck may just squeeze
-NEW ENGLAND- row margin tween Democrat IncumbentKcrner or two depending on Johnson
MAINE ((4)) Governor Democrat Moore and Republican Percy, margin !K ontinuefl On Following Page)
President Johnson expectedto appears ahead of Republican with Johnson's plurality likely
defeat Goldwater soundly. Gavin. to be decisive.
SenateDemoeratlc Incumbent House No chango In pros lIounlJttl., if any chant,
Musld by good margin ent Uneup of nine Democratsand In present 1212 lineup.WISCONSIN .
t over Republican Mclntlr. two Republicans.
House -Democrats favoredto SOUTH CAROLINA (8) ((12)PresidentJohnson
win one of two seals now President Goldwater ap. has edge,
held by Republicans. pears likely to win In squeaker, but Goldwater can't be countedout
NEW HAMPSHIRE (4) although Johnson has cut ,
President-Most give Johnson sharply Into his lead. Governor Democrat Incum.
easy win, but GOP says House Democrats likely to bent Reynolds seems likely to
straight tickets could save Gold. keep all six seats, beat Republican Knowles.
water GEORGIA (12)) Senate Tossup between u. S.
Democratic In. 'i Democrat Incumbent Proxmlre
Governor President Johnson by nar. and
rumbent King clearly favored row margin, with heavy Negro Republican Renk.
H 0I\ S Reapportionment
over Republican Pillsbury vote perhaps decisive factor.
House Republicans 2, (no House Republicans posslb. could give Republicans another
change) ly could break Into state's pres. seat and 7-3 majority SAVINGSBONDS
VERMONT (3)) enl solid Democratic delega. TOO MUCH WEILWISHINGPresident Johnson face contorts with ouch! In Augusts/ 08 MISSOURI (12)
President Johnson given lion of eight it* h* goes through/ another painful session of handshaking; on the campaign trail. President Johnson wins,
even chance of being first Dem. FLORIDA> (14)) with slightly better margin than

ocrat to win state. President A tossup, with over Democrat Incumbent Governor Republican Rls. believed safe. Kennedy In 1960.
Governor Democrat Hear.
GovernorIncumbent Demo. Democrats hopeful visit byJohn.on Young tine Is
leading Democrat Branl.
MICHIGAN
(21) nes by substantial margin over
c.Tat i: lioN given narrow edge last weekend might House Democrats hope to
gin
President Johnson easily,, Republican Shepley.
(mer Republican Foote. have tipped state his way. pick: up at least three seats In Senate -Democrat Incumbent with estimates running well 1 I Senate Incumbent Demo.
Governor Democrat Burns
SenateIncumbent Republi. delegation where Republicansnow Hartk expected to beat Repub. over 250,000.! crat Symington expected to defeat .
can Prouty slight favorite over by landslide. have 18-8 edge.INDIANA Ucan Bontrager. SenateDemocrat incumbent: Republican Bradshaw.
Democrat Fayette. Senate Democrat HollandIs ((13)) House-Johnson victory could (Hart over Republican Peterson I House-No change from pres.ent .
1 considered
House Republicans (no shoo-in.
pre.ldentSo close could go reduce present Republican mar. by big margin eight Democrats and two
House No in
Change) chang present either way. gin of 7-4, but six of GOP seats Governor Incumbent Re.. Republicans
MASSACHUSETTS (14) 10 Democrats and 2 Rppub.llcans. .
_.
land. -
President Johnson by
tilde, possibly exceeding Kenne. ALABAMA (10))
dy's 1900 margin of 510,000 President Goldwater east
votes. ly, since Democratic electors ONLY AT RIDGE FEDERAL OF WINTER HAVEN
GovernorDemocrat Del lot tl pledged to no one.
has slim edge over Republican House Republicans hop to
Volpe. win two or three seats, break. WE 01VEFREEI1
SenateIncumbent Democrat Ing solid Democratic lineup of
.
Kennedy headed for overwhelm. eight
log re-election. MISSISSIPPI ((7)PresidentGoldwater) GREEN
!House Present lineup of 7 headed
Democrats and 5 Republicans for big victory.
likely to remain. Senate-Democrat incumbent
RHODE ISLAND (4) Stennis Is unopposed.
PresidentJohnson In a run. House Democrats expectedto
away, long recognized by Re. keep all five seats.LOUISIANA .
publicans. (10) STAMPS
GovernorDemocrat Gallo. PresidentGoldwater is ex.
gly given edge over Republican pected to win by at least 55.43: STAMPS

incumbent Chaffee. margin _
Senate -Democrat Incumbent House Democrats expected
Pastor in runaway over Re. to keep all eight seats,
publican Lagueux. ARKANSAS (0))
House Democrats keep two President Johnson Is expected .
eats they now hold.CONNECTICUT. (8) gin. to win by narrow mar. WHEN YOU OPEN or ADD TO YOUR ACCOUNT IN THE WE GIVE

President Johnson by land. Governor Democrat in.

slide plurality Senate, possibly,-Democrat record Incumbent 400,000 slight cumbent House margin.-Faubus Democrat ll favored to hold by AMOUNT OF $2500 OR MORE DURING NOVEMBER! HEDULENOR FREE 5

Dodd, with ease over Republl. all\ four seats
can Lodge. TENNESSEE
(11)) $ 25.00 . . .
.
50 IRw I
House-Democrats rated sure President Juhn.on Stamps
apparently 1\\ ............,. ") '. .
to keep" present five teats and holds..edge In close race, ''' J 1 : 50.00 .'. . IOoJtJipi s '
lone GOP Incumbent could be Senate Democrat Incum. .
w r.rre \ I
upset-MIDDLE ATLANTICNEW bent Gore Kuykenclall.favored over Democrat Republican ALL SAVINGS !W"/,' ."' 100.00.. . . 200St.mp

YORK (43) Bass holds smaller edge 250.00 . . 400 Stamps I
President Johnson headed over Republican Daker.IiouslfDemocrat. .
toward landslide victory, with may keep 500.00 . . 800 Stamps I
staunches! Republicans eoncod. 6.3 margin, but two Democrats
log defeat fate trouble. Minimum of 800 Stamps
Senate Polls give Democrat KENTUCKY ((9)) to any one person.GREEN.
Kennedy edge over incumbent President Looks like John.
Keating, son by less than 50,000 votes lederal '
Hidge
House-Democrats hope John. House Should retain pres. INVESTED AT BY THE 10th
son coattails will enable them ant 52 Democratic advantage, .
to cut into 21.20 edge now held although Johnson landslide
by Republicans could unseat one Republican. STAMPS
PENNSYLVANIA ((29)) -SOUTIIW EST-
Pre.ldenlJobnson victoryby TEXAS (21)PresldenlJohn.on! )
SAVIMQ,4
comfortable margin, with Is expert EA R gA7gA
Democrats claiming up to 500,. ed to carry state by comfortable % fo 6
000 plurality. margin eo oe
Senate -Republican Incum. Governor Incumbent Demo. 700A (ASS
bent Scott given edge over crat Carnally expected to win N4
Democrat tilatt, by landslide over Republican r
House Democrats hope to Crichton, '
reverse present 14.13 edge held Senate Republican Bush rat. DIVIDENDSPer ,, nil
by GOP, but Republicans be. ed slightest edge over Incum.
lIeve no change likely. bent Democrat Yarboro-igh. Annum i) ,
NEW JERSEY (17) House Democrats, whose '
Pre.ldenlJohnson seen win. edge Is now 21.2, could win up < -
ping by biggest Democratic with net gain of one seat
margin since FDR, with party OKLAHOMA ((8)) j jrn
leaders claiming at least 200,. President Johnson seems Paid Quarterly
OOO.vot lead. likely to win by sizable margin 4
Senate -Democrat Incumbent Senate Tossup between" Re.
Williams rides In easily over publican Wilkinson and Demo. f
Republican Stianley crat Harris.
House Democrats hope to House Present breakdown From The First JM
gain three seats; GOP now five Democrats and one Repub.
holds 8.7 edge 11 can If unchanged
DELAWARE (3) NEW MEXICO ((4)) Of The Month
PrelldentJohn.on favored, President -Johnson apparent.ly .
with most Republicans trying will win by comfortable, but /
disassociate themselves from not overwhelming margin ----
Goldwater Gov.rnorIncumbent Democrat .
Governor-Sweep for Johnson Campbell easily over Republican <
could bring victory to Democrat Tucker .. )
Terry over Republican" Buckjon. Senate -Gue.. Is Democrat :
Senate Republican Incumbent Montoya o'*r Incumbent Repub. Qa
Williams has slight edge llcan Mechem In real squeaker.
over Democrat Carvel. House Democrats could lose a
UouseInrumbent Democrat one of two stats they now hold.
McDowell is regarded as cinch ARIZONA (5)
over Republican Snowden. Pre.ldentGoldwater expect.
MARYLAND (10) ed to win Ms home state. I. Q :::
President Johnson looks like GovernorRepublican Klein. I I Q _
winner, but might run Into significant dlenst Is slight favorite over TRANSFER
backlash. Democrat Goddard. =
Senate Democrat Tydlngs Senate Republican Fannin
slight favorite to unseat COP favored over Democrat Elaon.Hous MON.THURS. 9.3 P.M.
Incumbent Eoall. Democrats hold 2 1 OPEN YOUR
FUNDS
HouseDemocrats hold 6.2, edge now, but could lose one to NOW !
but Republicans hope to gain Republicans.MIDWEST FRIDAY 9-5 P.M.
one -
'tat.WEST
VIRGINIA ((7) 01110 ((2<)
President -Johnson Is prohibitive President -Poll* and punditssee
favorite. Johnson winning by 300,000 RIDGE FEDERAL WILL DO IT FREE FROM ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.
Governor Democrat Smith votes
believed to have slight edge Senate -All signs point to
over Republican Underwood. victory for Republican Tad
Senate -Incumbent Democrat \ '
'' "
Byrd expected to lead ticket
over Republican Benedict. RIDGE
House -No change expectedIn HemorrhoidsFissures .

present 4-1 margin held by ....-.-., i"" .
Democrat, Fistulas, and FEDERAL Polk County's Newest Federal
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (3) Diseases MEMllh'
other Rectal
President -The nation's capital i RF
In Its first presidential successfully treated SAYINGS AND LOAN |j Savings and Loan Association
SAVINGS
tion Is
expected to go heavilyfor by NON SURGICAL ', FOUNDATION j

Johnson.SOUTH methods. AND.. LOAN Have La...., -.. _.__. 123 Third Si SW
VIRGINIA of Winter
(12) -1
President-Goldwater by nar. Dr. Earle Rabb ..,',.,' """ ,- .' .UOCIATIO"l formerly tn... Ckctrie Office _
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rawest margin, although Demo Clinic N.D. \"I- '
cratle regulars conducting first -
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I By State Outlook SUN. l'


thru
(Ll IMtaald From Page Eight) House Three Democrat In.

ky KetwQllcM Meppe.M tJ .'umbents appear safe, and WED.
.nn.-RatmbUcans to keen Democrat given edge for o n e
.both ..... ; !! : seat now held by CiOP.CAUrORNIA .

OOTH DAKOTA ((4)) (40)P
P........ Johnson i is 'itaOOWMT i esldent-Johnson by 500,000 QUANTITY 836 6th St. N.W.
..... S otes or more atsutso ,
Republican J h- senate Could be close, but
tJIII4MINd to belt Demon loll I ivmorrat incumbent Salii.er "FABULOUS DETERGENT .. "FOLGER'S"
Uwttsy. !Slightly favored o\er R pubU.
House-Republicans 1t i an Murph
seen rs.
tuning both seats. House Democrats optimise \ INSTANT 1
IOWA (I) t. Ui, about gaining at least two
President Appears likcl Keats i In strengthen present SSI FAB
to jo for Johnson t r>. lineup. Republicans hope to

Governor Democratic Incumbent hold own.ALASKA I 1 COFFEE
Hughe favored u.or ((3) I
Republican ffultraan. President Johnson consttJoered LARGE PKG. ,
House ClOP controls pres. to be comfortably< ahead. 10-Oz. JAR
ent delegation 6.1, but Demo.crate House Democrats seem
sure to keep lone seat.
may gain one or two

seals -President HAWAII- Johnson(4) in a

President NEBRASKA- Goldwater(5) seemsto Democratic Senate sweep.Democrat Gill expected .
have edge, but Johnson male
to unseat GOP Incum.
tng strong gains. bent Fong by narrow margin
Governor Democrat Incum. House Democrats expected ; 5 99CILIMIT
bent Morrison over Republican to hold on to both seats,

Hruska Burney.Senate favored- over GOP Incumbent Democrat 1)' 1 1tw Orlando HostsConference

Arndt. 5t rt
House-Democrats may win On
one seat from Republicans who
now hold all three. RecreationOrlando
KANSAS ((7)PresidentGoldwater ( 1 WITH YOUR U OR MORE FOOD ORDER. PLEASE I (LIMIT I WITH YOUR II OR MORE FOOD ORDER PLEASE i

should has been selected as
win by a hair, although some R the site of the annual South. "BORDEN'S" EVAPORATED KRAFT'S "PHILADELPHIA"'
polls show Johnson ahead.CovernorRepubUcan a eastern Recreation Executives
Aver r conference, according to RobertS.
should beat Democrat Miles .. rvvra ". -"", Z Rhlnehart of Winter Haven, '
House Republicans could president of the Florida Recre. CREAM
lose one of the five seats they YOU CALL THIS A BACKERPresidential candidate Barry ation Association.
hold. Qoldwattr lean down to pet a bulldog named Duchess In MILK
FAR WEST Kansas City. Mo and though "Qoldwater" Is lettered on Florida was selected by the -
MONTANAPre.ldent the dog's side' she sticks out her tongue at him Could be association as host for the con.
Johnson appearsto a friendly gesture, though. The dog's owner, Mrs J, H. ference, and a committee com.
have comfortable margin. \Vhltner. It a co-petter with Goldwater posed of Temple Jarrell, south CHEESE"FRESH"

Governor Republican In. ern district representative of. (LIMIT 4, PLEASE *
the National Recreation Association
bent Babcock should withstand
challenge of Democrat Renne. IDAIIO ((4) Cannon and Republican Laxalt, ; John Tidwell, chairman
of the Southeastern Advisory
Senate Democrat Incum. President Goldwater by but Democrats believe Cannon .
Committee and Rhinehart officially
bent Mansfield overwhelming nose in extremely close race will squeak by. ; Orlando.
favorite over Republican Blew. House One of two Demo. House Democrats keep picked
ett. crate seats looks safe, but lone seat The Cherry Plaza Hotel has
House-Present lineup of one other is tossup. WASHINGTON ((9) been selected as the official
Democrat and one Republican UTAH (4)PresidentJohnson President Johnson general headquarters for the conference )J
looks has wide ly considered to be ahead, but
safe.WYOMING Rhlnehart said that approxl.
((3)) margin over Goldwater. both parties claim state
President Goldwater prob. Goy ernor Democrat Ramp. Governor Democratic In. mately 300 recreation exec. TALL 3.OZ,
utives from 10 southern stateswill
ably will carry state, although ton expected to win over republican cumbent Roselllnl and Republican .
be on hand for the meet.
Democrats seem confident Mellch. Evans running very close, Ing. Nationally known speakersare CAN PKG.
Senate Democrat Incum. Senate Democratic Incum. with bets either way
to be on the which
bent McGee favored In p o 11 s bent Moss favored despite Senate Incumbent Demo. program
will be geared to the continu.
over Republican Wold, but very strong challenge from Republl. rat Jackson considered certain
information and education of
close. can Wilkinson winner. lag southern recreation directors, enFLORIDA (SOUTHLAND) PURE PORK
House Incumbent Republl. House-Democratic ahead for House Republicans confl.
can Harrison leads In polls one of two seats held by Re. dent of holding five of six seats
Colorado ((6)) publicans. they now have, and Democratssure BAG
PrtlldentJohnson appears NEVADA (3) to keep one One in doubt. Lychee Growers
headed for big win, but GOP President Johnson should. OREGON (6))
won't concede. take state sizable margin. President Polls show John. Meeting Slated
House Chances are present Senate Extremely (' lose son victory and Republicans GRAPEFRUIT
2.2 split will carry over. between Democrat incumbent Privately agree. Here Nov. 9 8 SAUSAGE "


The annual meeting of the 5-LB. BAG
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Florida Citrus Building in Win.
ter Haven. Li

; A forum will be held at II
TV a.m., and the business meet i ,
isoor Days Special Ing will begin at 3 p.m. !

The forum will Include dls.cusslont i
on Dehydration of Ly.
chees I 1.\. Dr. I I. J, ROil and
ihde I Klktr of the Universityof
I lorida; Irradiation of Ly.
chee, r>v Dr '., D. Kuhn of
the University: of Hoiida;
L\hee: Ice cream Research by '"
W. A. Krtena of the tint vert
..11of .Florida; Annual Market. /
TLvzuTW Ing and Summary by William R.
; Cro\; Jr. of VeniceLychee BABy'STRFEOOD GFii PURE"r
\arlett'' collection at Sub.TrOJlt.
cal Experiment, Station by Dr.
earl W. Campbell of Home r
stead; and Lychee Evaluationat :
,u r a.ggbw the Miami Plant Inlroduc. ; '
Hon Station In 1914 by Dr. Rob.

?, a ., r, ert J, Knight of Coconut Grove, 6 Reg. : BEEF

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elation include Harold I, John .fI6S
ston of inter Haven, District Jars r
4 director. l>r, M. K, VeldhuU
with the U 8. Department of
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I I The Citrus Scene / sKNO



By JACK GURNETT See why American families enjoy superior Every-Day
The Florida Citrns ReporterELLCT'ION
Values that made Grants prow from 1 store in 1906 to 1100,tore.BUYG .
r :: DAY! Florida Citrus Commission, In-
When tl comes to political eluding the present chairman,
recommendations by a newspaper King Sprott of Lake Wales, and
this writer has lIMn three or tour former chairmen, S BRANDS
h.uned to regard that .Id.. Including Tom SWIM of Winter
the more or less private and Inviolate Haven, who hold the record tor OWN
domain of publisher, years on the oommtMion and
but Just this once I am going as Burns discussed the problems .
to Invade his province and make of the Florida citrus Industry : ,
some suggestions which I think The caliber of the men f '' '' '- --

are pertinent to the citrus Industry at the dinner would Indicate to .. ... .. FI F- ----.-
d this writer that he fully Intendsto i ,
Most citrus people I have "retread" some of the
former commission members j' Grants-own brand
talked to think that It Is highly
: Important that we have legislative and put them back on the board t <

representation at the state This writer has been given to < !{ ''I' GRANT CREST
and national levels by men who :I :
It understand by some of the most ;
know the Florida citrus Industry q ,
j .
_ prominent men In the Industrythat
Its its desire
problems, they have been assured I. I ANTIQUE SATIN
to paddle Its own canoe, ,
Burns will be highly sympathetic '
and Its desire to run Its own c
to the Industry and will "letus
business without interferencefrom :. ; DRAW DRAPES
either Tallahassee or alone" to paddle our own : ', '. ,
canoe
Washington.At fl.;
the state level, I think of So for that reason, adding ,P' t ,
p no better representative In the Burns to the Griffin-Holland ui ;

legislature than BenHlllGrlffln grouping would seem to be good ::f : j& 3
Jr., of Frostproof, who Is a business for all segments of the ; Only
candidate for the state senate Industry. 11 PRo
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seat vacated by Scott Kelly of '
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Lakeland.It r :
.. & 90"
----------- 63" long
is no secret that Ben Hill
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MIAMI GRADE B "HYDRA"Just
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ADDITION GOES UP The new wing at Mather Furniture of Winter Haven teas shape has Irons In many fires, cattle, have to go back to Greek ,.. ;.> "

as pre stressed concrete beam. were put In place The 1,000 square foot addition will be used banking, autos, and many mythology and the story of Hercules : : REG. 3.99 Pr.
I exclusively as display area. Upon completion of thlt newest expansion, Mather will have over othersbut his big Iron, the one and "Hydra", the many-
26,000 square feet of displays under one roof, making the local store one of the largest furniture he keeps the hottest-. citrus. headed monster which grew -: k Rayon acetate drapes with satin-

stores In Central Florida and the largest In Polk County He Is a grower, he Is a fresh new heads faster than the man f'" t1f! : 1r. weave back that acts as a lining;

fruit packer, he Is a canner could cut them off, to find a w I I''I t; pinch-pleatedtops.Newdrapeeor .1 t tf

I Interviews with Dean Burch and and a concentrator, cattle feed, simile for so-called "Miami ; { ,? your money back, if colors fade "
Television I In Review John Bailey, chairmen of the fertilizer insecticide manufacturer grade" on Florida citrus.In tv" h' .. within 2years from purchase date! 1
but he Is
basically a <-
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Republican and Democratic Na. and to to late September the Florida 11. '
grower always ready go '
tional .
By KICK DU BROW Kingdom' Nov. e. Same day,1 ,On Committees respectively battle as he has many times Citrus Commission refused to ':\; 1", -
United Press Internatronal ABC-TV's children's show,'' Wednesday "Today"will for the grass roots producer. change the standards tor gift I" *
:
offer two.hour
HOLLWYOOD (UPI) -Note.to s i "Discovery" separates the I election a recap of That Is where he got his start fruit, road-side and other "in- < saxe' ;
results with
watch television by facts about the Wild West from I videopick. In fact the citrus segment of tra-state" sales of citrus to : .... .+r ) 3-YEAR COLOR GUARANTEE
from ---f'
ups around the ,
The Headliners: Jimmy Dur., the fiction NBC.TV's "PrFA Current Business country his business Is based on growing allow dealers to handle lower f ;. ... New oVoptl, .r 'a
your
| 000"
ante guests with CBS.TV'. I tiles in Courage" series sign. : According fruit. grades and smaller sizes than
Sullivan Nov. a. .Pat O'Brienplay. i ed Whit Blssell for the till role; to the national Nielsen ratings This comes from many of his currently ordeted by the -I. :
,,, here are the top 10 chows
a police inspector on, in "The Woodrow Wilson Story". fellow representatives in the marketing agreement act for Interstate "
those that made their -
NBC.TV'. "Suspense Theatre" ,.Arthur Treacher, who gained among last several sessions: It is Ben or commercial shipments "1I.
debuts this
Nov. 18 In a tale of an English fame for his portrayals of Eng' witched," "Comer season Pyle": "The"Be. Hill who advises and counselshis "q r: '
literature professor who plans a lish butlers In the movies, la I colleagues on anything that
f 3 million armored truck rob. set for two episodes of CBS. Addams Family "The Muiwi pertains to citrus In any possible Then at a special meeting on
berg .Zlna Bethune you n g TV's "The Beverly Hillbillies,"i stern,"" "No Time for Ser. way and he also counts Oct. 12, the commission relented -
star of CBS-TV's "The Doctorsand as a butler, ."ABC Scope" foi. Beams, "Peyton Place"" Thurs. many friends in the senate and lowered the restrictionson /1 IA 'Woodcrest' Cotton :
day "Flipper, "Voyage _
the Nurses" series I dances Nov. 11 tells the story of ar I It Is not just a personal opinion the so-oiled gift fruit.This
; to the Bottom of the Sea
in "the Black Swan" ballet with American mountain doctoi "Peyton Place" (Tuesday), and, but Is shared by manypromln.nt past week, Key Scalesof Jr \ Remnants 'In Fall's
: the Syracuse N.V., symphony whose work has been compare I "Daniel Boons" and "ManyI citrus people, including Weirsdale, one of the state's ,
i orchestra, In January With to that of Albert Schweitzer large and email growers; fruit anda Y tr New Fall Colors
Happy Returns" tied for 10th largest gift shippers, : ,
ABC.TV'. twice.a-week"Peyton Politics: With the natio 'I The second 10 series In and out of Polk county, that member of the commission __ \ 1
Place" an apparent hit, there election three days off, the Republicans among Ben Hill Griffin Jr., should
the new ones were !listed as foL. exhibiting a so-called gift pack
is now talk of Arthur Godfrey bought an hour of all get an overwhelming vote, regardless shipped few
I lows: "The Tycoon "Wendy age just a days
headlining a possible twice-a. time on NBC.TV tonight, ..tartInr and Me," "Gllllgan'a Island" of the voter's party earlier from Miami containing "o !
week series based on Thornton i at 8 p.m. GET. The Democrats "Sunday night movies, "Broad. affiliations or how he or she about 10 each of oranges and
Wllder's "Our Town". .God.> meanwhile, brought twi' side," "Cara Williams Show," might think about other candidates grapefruit brought up the Issue
frey starred in the play this half.houra on CBS.TV thi C "Shindig," "Valentine's Day; for the various national, The contents of the package Yds.
year In New Hope, Pa. first at 10:30 p.m. EST Sundaythe state and county offices He shown by Scales was "sorry"
The Showi A lS8OOfl. acre second at I p.m. EST Won 12 O'clock"High" and "Ken. will be extremely helpful and fruit to say the least and doubt "
I New Mexico ranch owned and I I day .On Tuesday, electloii u lucky Jones effective In the complex myriadof If our out of the 20 pieces would
operated by the boy scouts It i day NBC TV' Toda)" pro citrus matters to come before have even graded out as a US 3. ? Would Be 49c Yd. t
visited by NBC.TV's "Wild 1 gram has scheduled separat,e SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN the legislature in the next 4 If On Full Bolt
two terms The commission then changedIts
'. S 0t(1 Sew a smart new Fall
rule to make it more in
FO HOLLAND line with the inter-state con- wardrobe and IIvel!
SAME
trols--but like the mythical SAV Choose from a
VOTE TUESDAYVote On the national level, most "Hydra", this monster has t selection of 2 to lovely
citrus people feel that to fall many heads and Is bound to lengths 36" wide. Some
to reelect Spessard L. Holland pop up again- -it's somethingakin wonderfully/ wash &
for a fourth term as United to the old saying "it ]
For HAYDON BURNS States Senator would be a tragedy depends on whose ox Is being ,, wear.

for the state and more particularly gored"
for the citrus Industry .-ride
The senior senator fromFlo- f *>
'
i/'f .ti1i'., .,;. ... ., rlda Is himself a citrus grower Sea SchoolLISBON
n' ';, right here in Polk county -he Flannel
knows the problems of our collective -
: friend John Q. Grower Portugal (UPI) ntK R'
Three hundred and two Amerl
He knows
what action by congress -
students and teachers sailed
t t tC the White House or by can ,
for Barcelona,
the various bureaucrats In thenallon' Friday night
aboard the floating unl. 100
1 capital could help,binder Spain verslty "Seven Seas." Barcelona e % Rayon
or damage the Florida deal.
is the second their
stop on
He Is on more than a Bratname -
v basis with other citrus world cruise
8I
state senators, regardless of
party affiliation, and he can call
on them for help when Florida
needs it or the national citrus 4 (

I Industry Is endangered.One 2iI1ii!
recent example of the !

work of Senator Holland was the e
White House ruling that killed
r the "Virgin Islands steal," as i +
Tjcl It Is referred to A memo from '
the White House put the kiboshon
a deal that would have seen VVti'
the sale of a huge tract of landIn
l the Virgin Islands, ownedby !
:] the V, S. and now In sugarcane

production, to a syndicate DRAPERY MATERIAL
which would have erectedacon
centrates, plant. It would have Yard
exported oranges from as far leovMvl SelectionA

south as Brazil to add to a token rt J Pewe.3e"
amount of fruit grown In the Rt*. 1.00 yd. 34

Virgins, then exporting the end Width
product to the states without Perfect for your fall wardrobe Values to big

duty or tariffs Now someone
had to bring this "steal" to
the attention of the White House,
and Holland was In the forefront Hand
Here Is a man personally Involved w e
In the citrus Industryand
with a wide knowledge of Its .

problems nd the could
millions oaf dollars this
have cost Florida growers, LIJ THREAT Paul M. Back,
throwing his legislative weight who went into the IT.S. marshall Towels
and seniority into a fight which office smiling comes
the White House terminated. out in Miami\ Fla with sober ,
mien bound over to the ,
FINAL ON POLITICS grand Jury on a charge of
At a recent private dinner for threatening to kill President : } Mix or Match
Haydon Burns held here several Johnson. Back, M Is a part "
former members of the time folk tn,er, 'Ai'
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Polish Scientists Studies- ;'. .. "

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At ByEDBERNDJR.: Lake Alfred. Station: t \ .. Is Going Up. .

Staff WriterA
r1\, ., : and our i'i4\4, '
scientist from Poland. a It ... .. -
country which .has no cltru oJ" .. u.4
.
plants of any Mad, .... been 4r Jlj
_
at !the Lake Alfred Citrus Ex .. ____ : EXPAriIuN
pertinent Station for the past
two months doingreeearchwork. i /
His research has not actually
bean concerned with citrus, but r
with one of the biggest enemiesof
citrus n.matod.l. SALE
"Every plant In the world has ,
some nematode parasite," according ,

year-old to plant Michal pathologist Blzeskt,front 28 : Brings Furniture Prices Down ..
Sklernlewlce, Poland.
Blzeskl is studying In this. WE INVITE YOU TO SHOP ELSEWHERE. THEN SHOP AT MATHER WHERE SAVINGS ,
country through the Polish I

American and I the Church Agricultural of Brethren Exchange .. ARE GUARANTEED ON CENTRAL FLORIDA'S FINEST SELECTION OF FURNISHINGS r,,

a liberal Protestant church

in The New Windsor program, was Md. started In + ODD 6-Pc. TOP QUALITY GENUINE FORMICA TOP

1948. Since that time IS to 20
young agricultural scientists and WALNUTChest 6-Drawcr .J41 'f4
workers have come here each Twin Bedroom Suite
year t to study.Bizeaki's .
experiences have OfDRAWERS DOUBLE '
been many and varied since arriving ''t Wi h 9-Drawer Triple Drester
here last winter,He spent elf
several months at the University DRESSER I 7i
of to Florida.Massachusetts before coming Regularly

The first big problem encountered f REG. Si*.00 and Mirror p
by the visitor was the $389.00 V ,
language. Blzeskl only learnedto Rtf. $121.00
speak English two weeks be. 178 4
fore coming here and could $ fJQ Slightly Used
speak only broken English at
first. POLISH SCIENTIST AT CITRUS EXPERIMENT STATION .
He feels that people in this .Mlchal Blzeskl 1* studying nematode NOW 1U NOW4Pc.
country for the roost part are NOW
"cooler" than Europeans. This lain product, or how much you much control, factories have
Is especially true he says, of will save, the ads In Poland are been put where they are most s
people in the northeastern part strictly of an Informational na. n.eded-that Is, where farming
of the country.The one exceptionto .. conditions are poor. There are Genuine Walnut Bedroom Suite
this is the Jewish people.Blzeski All television commercialsare plenty of Jobs open but man)' .
said that several other shown during only one hour people want to leave the smaller
foreigners had this same Impression of the day All the rest of the day towns In favor of the big cities
of Americans. Europeans there Is nothing on but the programs Blzeskl will be going back By N.t. STYLEMAKERFEATURES.
he feels, are Just more and they are not Interrupted home in a few weeks, to see his 12-
I cordial. There are television stations wL'e and son for the first time in ; i StUd Sue1! J I
The reason for this basic difference In every major city In the almost a year SIU Dr Dvit-Prtef D'
I he says It probably that country. He says that he will be glad wtr weri >
America is very rich,while central Before World War H Poland 1o get home, mainly because It lv H.?Jw..d luttrlert Center F M,,
Europe has suffered throughtwo was mainly I(1'lculturalcoun. Is home, \bfft that he feels that y C Drawer OtiUti,
big wars recently. try but since the war the econo this year In America hal been (
"World War n killed six mil my has shifted mostly to Industrial well worth while and he will Reg. $339.00 in Any Store
lion In my country," Blzeskl take home many happy memo
said."Can you Imagine six mil. Since the government has so ones
lion Greater than New York
City."
"When something happens It
tends to make people more Cancer Victims
friendly very nice."
Blzeskl went to Miami one NOW ,+
weekend. While there, he askeda
man on the street for the time.
The man found out, he said, Continue SitinWASHINGTON
I kill"you children.are from" Poland. you SHOP rnd Compare!

But Bizeckl does not hold this (UPI) A A spokeman. ..had). demon \ '
kln<*< of action against tM country > group of cancer victims con raton said they been tpU I
"You find people like that tinned their sit-in protest In the they would be enl4fd'from the GENUINE FORMICA TOP r '''t>
4 In my country too" he said. offices of Health, Education and building and arrested today If GENUINE WALNUT 1 ,
Poeple usually ask Bizeski Welfare (HEW) Secretary An. they still refused to leave, Walnut j
Danska
If he is a Communist. The answer thony J. Celebrezte Into Its The cancer patients claim y F.
is "no." The Polish government third day today despite threatsof that Kreblozen can bold their 9-DRAWER .
Is Communist,but manyof $100 fines and Jail term. disease In check, but the feder. ) 1 ti A
the people are not. HEW official planned to de. al government has taken the 4 Pc.Bedroom Suite :
''I am not a Communist but ride: during the day on what to position, based on a study by 4 4"
I agree with some of their philosophies do about the demonstrators who clinical expert, that there Is no Dresser e
Triple
," he explained. have kept their vigil In Cele. evidence the drug Is of any i '
Concerning freedom, the brezte's suite since Thursday to benefit to cancer sufferer, Reg. J "I i
Polish ;;ople can go where they protest a federal ban againstthe A Chicago laboratory where
want to and say what they feel controversial drug Kreblo. Kreblozen was manufactured $259.00 With Full Length Mirror
Blzeskl said. They can not,however ten, was closed after Us developer, 127
conduct any antigovernment Celebreue WM expected to Dr Steven Durovlc, was Indict. II
demonstrations But Blze return to Washington today ed In Chicago Thursday on NOW Reg. $139.00
ski admits that this was not so from a speaking tour In Ohio, charge of conspiring to place
during Stalin's rule. but It was not known whetherhe the drug Illegally In Interstate
There are many differences In planned to come to the of. commerce. I I
Poland and the United States,according flee or to meet with the demon The demonstrators are trying
to Blzeskl.For Instance, strators. to get the ban on the drug Gr.y Mahogany $
the government puts a seal on The 17 cancer patients re. lifted, but HEW officials say
the products It thinks are the fused to leave the building for they can do nothing because 5-Piece TwinB'droom 57 wi
I best of their kind available. the second night Friday night Durovlc' drug license application .
I That Is, they would put a seal after being Informed by officials has been withdrawn. Suite i 127 .' .
l on the brand of shoes they think they were breaking the '
are the very best shoes In the law by staying after the 9 p.m. NOW NOW .a.,,...
country. closing time Pilot Poisons
Another big difference Is advertising There was no attempt to re
While advertisementsIn move them, however and a
this country tell you how happy HEW official said that no ar. e GOOD USED FURNITURE 4-Pc. Blond Modern Bedroom Suite
you will be If you use a cer rest were immediately planned Self Before $156

Blond China Cabinet ly STYLIMAKIR NOW
- - $48

/ M4 Mew fee Iff 09 . . .. . NOW
1 Fatal Flight Tee 9w llty Net Adr, CALDWELL

I Large 7Pc. Metal Dinette $68 4-Pc. Light Mahogany Bedroom Suite $188

WASHINGTON (UP!) The WITH CLASS T0r IM New ler StILlS NOW
) Civil Aeronautic Boad (CAB) RIO, S1I100 . . . NOW
4 d I Friday disclosed one of the 1-'.. FLINCH PIOVINCIAL
Next beat thing most unusual trash causes In
Room Suite Net Ad. MIYWOOD-WAKIFIILD
Dining
I aviation history a pilot Inadvertently $57
DtO A poisoned himself before SeM New fer $111.11 .. ..... NOW
II 4-Pc. Solid Twin Bedroom Suite
the accident. Cherry $247
I II C O Wc The crash Involved a crop- -Ie. 199% NYLON :
dusting plane al Paris, Tex., SHS.DO . . . . NOW
Aug. 22,161. The CAB said the Sofa Bed I Suite! $67

I pM Marshall Ray Jones of kid New to lllt.99 .. .. .. ....... ..... NOW Het. A ) JOHNSON CAIPER .
-
Mesquite, Tex., failed to mala ** AM

I I bin the flying end speed of a dusting while turningat run I-fo (ATTA!! -Pc.. Light Walnut Bedroom Group $717

The board said ill avestlga> Sectional Sofa $18 : !

tin revealed the accident nut four, Jones days was before Geed Ceed tt.e .. ......... .. NOW S441.00 (H.1' e Stand I Is Jsmeo.eeM) . . . NOW Jsfa I V

J 1O loading a pesticide known a* ALL SALES FINAL
mettul partmoM and cpllled< It Net AoV, STRATFORD N... A<1v. DIAMOND Geisha; ...m Rubber
QUART a over Himself' and his clothing.He .
r AIIIK did not vast or change N.t. Ad/ PRESTIGE COLONIAL) SOFA( Gewleo Fe... Isbbetr 90" Modem
clothes for the reel of (the day, 3'
a .. 100% Cevert2Pc.
HOME Nytee
wont even though I fellow worker Oelite4 cS........ .
GENUINE
I i. a suggested It. ... .... I eM .4.4.. Ewing Sofa
MILK ,.;Mrs; 1 The CAB quoted the pilot' .... 12" I
Foam Rubber
boss. u aotlclnc! that die esval- Room Suit
I ly goodnatured Jones became 1 1WI. 7 NOW yt at rmmi 147
DISPENSER Irritable and totrwerted for tteaest c...... lex $1 41 41
1 1I NOW
'!;.. I three day*. O. the IIICII''' Seto II Piet. NOW
I teesM .........IIO IUOSIT-110 imago .. } log of the fatal flight, ke also ., Lcb /
cweptalned of headaches. tt
SUT right ee-ycw refzigerator elwlf tale kaltU i iI The CAB said 00 *Btop y or MATHE h FURNITUREI
I "pace of book Se coavcaieat jest tmfl! M aLe nh toxicology eiamloaOoa was per.. !T
, forced, tat Stare wa evidence !
M JDIIk foe need ,
cat any
CallotLlgtsJ Be H.... MM Dltftiutr delivery ledav. of Unpaired physical efficiency N
I I
I freoi terial.expoewe to poisoexM* ear 4CHAIRSIIG. Of Winiti lUrtn, Inc.

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VELDA DAIRIES RETIRED "WMTIR" !
I PITTTBCRCH LTD( Jo. M
WINTER HAVEN *n* Kadletcfe, U, FUUtwrift, l11t. FATNwgy MUll r K KAso.
wa* arrested Friday o. a $38 J ..d
I charge of wrttlcc Mutter. fro ter, ....
PH.293.4134 I' Tfce PA' OMrlct pstia.es"rs.attorney ad.ileelistedbasocc SNOW -- Ire.YbeM.ee.

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Hopes Of Raising I SHEET BLANKETS f

abed
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Union Ironclad Fades A AS V T, la. s 1 ,


1 .hn: :

Hopes VICKSBURG of raising, Mis, *the. (UPI Union- further have.lifting" with the cableswe SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY .

ironclad Cairo from the Yawn The 175-foot ironclad originally ,
River this weekend appearedslim weighed HO ton, but Edwin tr 1.1 COUPONS

today. Workers were Bearrs, UJ. Park Service his. :
Ideal lot Florida climate
forced to halt lifting operations torian whose work led to discovery FACIAL TISSUE BOX AuarHd colen :- 99
of the craft In 1956 estimated
and thread another steel cable (ISI,. Irr.lMATTRESS
I
beneath the vessel. the load of sand made
Salvage crews had worked the Cairo weigh nearly 850: Anroctlye plastlc-al. c

feverishly during the past weekto tons. sorted colors Corn' 2 3 COVERS
The Cairo was sunk on Dec.
the Civil War -
gunboat
prepare
at 49t
pare : Fail deuble IILlmlt
for the final lift onto a 12, 1862 by two Confederate r .,Owls sin. 0
sunken barge, specially built to mines as she pushed up the LI I with wone thnl M.... 11m
be refloated and< bring the winding Yaxoo to clear the path zColll'ON
Cairo to the surface of the for Union Gen William T. Sher

muddy But a Yazoo.slow lifting of the Ironclad attacked man's troops.the river Sherman's town on forces Dec 'V I' 8

< heavy with accumulatedmud < 29, 1862, but It was not until
4, 1864, that the town fell. T f SET
< was stopped when two July cat DISH SCRAPER
support cables sliced Into thevenel' Flans are to put the Ironclad \ Apiaatle
bottom. A low river In a Civil War museum on the t with Heavy full dirty I
length tipper
$$
stage Friday thwarted plans to Vicksburg waterfront. tG Leakage ef I- uertte abet long KB C Ideal for tick 38 Ilentl.
slide the Cairo the rest of the ------- ,
., floilblo plottle. U. value tfj bed, allergy patients
way onto the barge. etc. Compare" at
Capt. W. A. Blsso Jr., con Demo ChairmanSees MI. t
tracted to raise the 102.year.old Limit I with toutM thee M..11121COUltO

Cairo on a "no raise, no pay" Johnson

basis, said the extra steel cable LADIES'
was needed< to give d'ed< < sup Losing 3 States
port for the move to the barge. "
"It may take several days WASHINGTON CAPRI PANTS iii :i
(UPI JohnM. : =: I [J
before the lifting process Is resumed ENERGINE GLUE
Bailey, the Democratic national JUNIOR COLLEGE ENGINE Helping to unload a ne to Polk Junior
added
"This,boat Blsso is too said.delicate He and chairman,foresees President College by Ford Motor Co are, from left, Dexter Daniels Jr of Daniels Ford In Auburndate I 100% cotton creoselen wash i :

has too much weight to risk Johnson winning a record. Dr Fred Lenfestey, college president; and Owen Lee head of the technical programs Engine Foment permanent all purpoie & wear sllktt finish all |
breaking share of the popular will be used In an automotive technicians courae at the collegehe > prey glue- I..v. fashion colon sites 10-11" \\I ,
...............,r Ie//.1N111 vote next Tuesday, although he I thing sticks far keep 2 9c J

DRINKyou could lose three states. was afraid the COP would< 2-et. con-.... tee COMPARE 99 I !
: DON'T
IF YOU s ,
He told a news conference I
in a deliberate campaign / 1
engage Girl Scout
ScrapbookRoy Limit I with etupwi thru MIIID
get more foryour Friday, Alabama, Mississippi to slow down voting with THIS PRICE! e
and third unnamed]
with a state .
money challenges. He said many Democrats

: LOW COST ? might go against said the Johnson vote late in the day Moore of the Exchange Mrs. Robert Eastman found It Famous Swift's Gold Crest
Bailey < Democrats ;
when lines form before the polls Bank Is In charge of to from the for '
National necessary resign 2 27
ICE CREAM to
should enlarge their majority In full pint Assorted flavors
close
JHOMEcndAUTO a most Interesting project for staff of the Heart of Florida
the House by at least IS seats (Limit 2))
our local Girl and Boy Scouts.Last Girl Scout Council because of
two three
and gain or seats In
year, the bank gave out family reasons, but are delighted
! the Senate, where their margin
INSURANCE New Cabinet about COO scout manuals to girl that starting November DEEP HEATING bU.
already Is 66 to 34. 57'tVICKS
and< boys who were entering Mrs Tom Brandon will be MENTHOLATUM Reg. 8vc
chairman called the
The news
NO -DRINKEU ONLYINIWSANCI conference to express concern SAN MARINO (UPI The scouting for the first time, and a part time member of the staff (Limit 1)
newly-elected Grand and Central this year, Mr. Moore reports with the duties Involving Public
what he called
about
again a Council of this postage- that the National Bank Relations Is well knownin Ttirlft-Pok
Exchange Peg
Ijlhe elttx lud.I roe= "concerted to stall plan"voting by next Republicans week stamp republic voted a new will follow the same policy, the Winter Haven area asa COUGH DROPS lies h Value 17j

: COMPANY i Communist coalition cabinet Contact Moore or your icout former Girl Scout leader and ( 2))
until voters waiting In line become
Into office Friday night leader for Information. has served In many other ways,
i 294-1218 i weary and leave. Most members of the outgoing Cadette Troop 60 has changed Senior Troops 40 and 118 with ',meat .kneels

i SUNSTATE INSURANCE S serious"Frivolous threat challenges to democracy are,"a government retained their the date of their bake sale from their advisors Mrs Helen S, Fever Thermometers Oral .e :-,;=: 47j tValue
21.We ,
posts. November 7 to November Luttrell and Mrs Harold
: he said. I ILIMIt 1)a
: AGENCYP. --- will announce the place at i later Hitchcock had a busy day yesterday .
O. Ice 71 Winter Hence 1 Bailey said he was not afraid]

.e N e.N..M._...** *'.eeo of an honest election but that SHOP IN WINTER IIAVFN date. acting as baby sitters for _.. .
We were sorry to heir that. the pre-achool children whose Secret Deodorant tae:: tin roll-en 47:
mothers sssisted with the Brig (Limit 1))
ham School Halloween Carnival.
The Girl Scout was in
IJpuse
use from 1030; till B, and the Bowl Cover Set ,.Ledge .( I itrttch type-at- 29
t
ilm .
girls even planned< to serve so t fit west bewli

crhennba lunch to the little ones. Seniors and |1'.1....
engaged In the project are work.
Ing on their Child Care Aide llg e-gollon heavy duty 11 I ..
Bar UTILITY CONTAINER pests with .b-tightNees lOOlperfeer ,

Heralb t& m'tibum Cadette Troop 74 Just completed laundry or diaper I ? I'
pelf-52,5 Yalee. \
the Red Cross Lifesaving ,,1

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tlon of Chuck Froemke and Decorat.d 69
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vinyl
OCTOI 4 1M4 Johnny Whitesides, 20 out of the -

r.-n.w.ri, ....nnir.nnnnx, .n wn,+ n.wiwxq y w r.x "xx rwnrn-L I' 29 girls received their badges. ,, 1.00 Value t

\ I Through the cooperation of J split bamboo tionglnf fondle t'..
Clark Davis, the girls took their PATIO
LIGHT p.tl. lI.ht-ll.V chard atArhadire thIs 'low, lew 74
1
We Choose Johnson lessons In the Haven Hotel Pool. prle. '
Our congratulations to CrlisjWlngate I ff

Ibby Parks, Cindy Ztl- ;fi! "\\i
ler Sharon Baschon, Debbie : t 1
For the Presidency: Lyndon B. affairs, the clearer it becomes. that from the Goldwater ticket can't be Buttles, Barbara De Vito,Susan DECORATOR RUGS

Johnson. Mi vision I Is limited; that he has no laid simply to sour grapes, or disgruntlement DI Lorenzo, Mary Ruth Emry, ': ''
: \ :\: Full 00-tm. x 20-1.. genuine.. Rayon
Travail and torment go into those grasp of the infinite complexities of by poor losers. It'i t Rita Gutierrez, Stevle Hrezo '1 ? VlKoto with .......11, foam rubber ,
simple words, breaching as they do a dangerous, frustrating and volatile nationwide, grassroots defection, a Mary Ann Kalogrldls, Vicky \ the political traditions of a long newspaper world. The constant confusions over mass exodus based on lack of confidence Krebs, Patsy Lee,Pat t y Neth- ;
Linda Shores,
ers Mary Sit-
lifetime. But w* find ourselves, what he really means suggest: little and respect Senator Goldwater man, Sheila Smith, Barbie A BARGAIN 199

as Americans, even as Republicans, talent for the nuances of diplomacy. could have made It possible for many, Vaughan, and Barbara Ann Win.
with no other acceptable course. He has shown himself, In sum, a poor even most, of these people to support gate. Leaders Mrs. Edward AT $2.98 I

For many Republicans, this has risk for that most personal and most him; Instead! he made it extraordinarily Bullies and Mrs, Jack Wlngate

been a season of soul-aearching- awesome of a President's. responsibilities difficult, if not Impossible.We took the girls on a canoe trip GENERAL ELECTRIC HEATER

whether, out of loyalty to the party the conduct of foreign relationsin believe, strongly In Republic from Bartow to Ft. Meade

and the lwo-party system, to embrace an age when survival may, in crick i *n principles; we feel that the Bridge this weekend. The I Med.l H-tO I IniroMIkMrlitf Rubber Mats I

Goldwater; whether to defect to John depend on his Jud.ment-and:. his Republican party l\II! best fitted to canoes were launched from the fen.fersee' f
whether !between two judgment alone. Peace River Park Boat Ramp heeler 'or well e. ,
IOn; or caught govern a free nation. And we urgently I
All not
and the five hour trip Includeda 1 pnrpete utility or cite
unpalatable alternatives, to abstain His whole Southern strategy, his want to see the Republican party, break for nosebag lunches. I well warmth Safety met ouorted colors-drill sol

from choice. embrace of Senator Thurmond, his already dangerously( diminished, grow This troop will find the river 1 | dp..H iwltck.M9.95 slip.

For us, as we suspect may be true thinly veiled equations of Negro stronger.But quite a bit better than the last '

for others, these considerations were rights with violence in the streets this, in our judgment does not time they made the trip as considerable 1 VALUE COMPARE
,
decisive: these have !been a mockery of the Justify making Barry Goldwater work has been done to THIS PRICE!

Abstention Is Impossible Officeholders fundamental Republican dedication to President of the United Slates make the river navigable,

and candidate for office! equal rights However pure his own Senior Weekend was held last ?
168SUPERLECTRIC
!beholden to the party, are limited by heart, his tactics dishonor the heritage weekend at Camp Wlldwood.

their obligations In what they can of a century In supporting Lyndon Johnson, we After the girls checked In Fri. RAIN GAUGE

say. A newspaper cannot take refugeIn At San Francisco his first. .ipupome( do so with our eyes open and our day evening, they went through

this; and no agony of Indecision to victory was one of unabashedarrogance. fingers crossed. We hold no brief for a program of activities plannedby HEAlER

can make the choice go away, unlesswe He rejected all mocleiatecounsel I the Democratic doctrine of ever. the Senior Planning Board. kandlatr gadget
_
After supper, a group sing was aw yea cm
maintain that the White Louse ; worse, much wont, he rained encroaching Federal' authority; w. held for the 90 girls who at .... the ralifall ..-
should be vacant for the next four a banner for the extremist, the fear a continued) spending spree; wt tended. Saturday morning, Miss s''" ".-4! ; T M.d.l i 10 far ,. dab I h yelt'

)'.ars. One or the other has to be bigots, the Implacable "antls," even despise the traditional Democratic Tiffany Mlddleton of Clermont kesew with I antem Ih.: back fara*.

elected; the choice Is only which, not while issuing in effect, a manifestofor practice of buying votes by the a delegate to All States Round S' a -I.et( l I..taut thormattal,.._

whether a new party, taking the Republican bloc, with epecial-Interest legislation up at Redwood City, Calif. : .. ratli.i er TV 1 I.. Extra 49j [J]
name but excluding the Republican wrapped in compassionate slogans Campa ''Woodhaven taught the tit torftronca ....- SpecialFISHING I
} ;
We Goldwater for soul. But In Mr. Johnson wt art offereda girls to carve skyhooks. After tv 'Ip-eH l aleck
opposed Barry his His first great responsibility was man of vast experience and manifestcompetence. lunch, Mrs. Ellen Lorensof and mall math
that
the nomination. We felt
Clermont, told the girls of arilCempm I
choice of Vice-Presidential candi In the Senate he proved
simplistic views on world affairs and her experiences during the at SIMS.
himself of the ablest
one legislative
date. He passed man of
his appeal-whether calculated or not up every Puerto Rican exchange program
leaders of the As President he
age. '
Prelldf'ntlalltature within the Republican .
-to ugly racial passions In this last summer The Seniors ended
ranks to choose instead a party has moved with suienew and responsibility TACKLE I
('11m.' tic year' of the struggle for the afternoon with "get 129.
equal rights were alone enough to functionary of little distinction then through: almost a year of acquainted" games. After supper

,ule him tent as the Republican and distinguished since only for the crimes-not least of these the crisisof Mary Ann Richards of / SPECIALS 1
atandsrd bearer. vigor of his vituperation. aiMisination' and succession Howey in the Hills spokeon

But he- on.W. Goldwater'i unity gesture at Hershey Moreover Lyndon John.on'llreat. the Campus Conference UDICO 1 +S j\ :
est talent is the needed which she attended at Cazenovta
one
now ai
was utterly superficial and soon I
that he might Value
then hoped proveour SPINNING OUTFIT
fears unfounded rise to hisl'fspenllbillti.1I1I' forgotten (the himself was quick to seldom before In our history that of College In New York State COMIINATION. t

nominee, show himself Insist that he had made no concessions reconciling the 'f'fmlnllll't"fCOnclJ. Caroline Hitchcock of Winter CAN OPENER *}*4 Oar la Mitchell' Set*. :
Haven showed slides which she
): his carefully selected lieutenants able, and pulling opposite into a hi.. MI .* #IOU Cape. ,
equal to the office he sought: and had taken at the Canadian Heritage .
Mifl
consensus. In a nation torn by racial AND Spiral n4 ekke.lels
thus make It possible to close ranks taking ever the party machinery, and sectional strife Its divisions Encampment, and Miss i aaa-faal .*.Mt. sad
!behind him. sought ruthlessly and at once to Mlddleton told about AU-Shtss KNIFESHARPENER aid teat Mat. I
Hi didn't. At step of the convert a great national party into a exacerbated by the ugly passions and stressed the fact thai Sen,
nominatlon every two things narrow 1 Ideological faction. stirred up (on both sides) by the lor Girl Scouts who like to $33.95 i
post- way I
If Senator Goldwater were to succeed Goldw'ater candidacy the nation needs travel rhould apply for every L 1925
evident: 1)) that
became '
ever mort Fray eataMtie ela LIST i
for all his obvious In transforming the Republican a President who can bind up Its available opportunity After the ,, '
Senator Goldwater, Into Goldwater wounds and let It find Its soul again, Slim "This is Girl Scouting"
party a narrow party
docs not have the .p+ee ell N.ded
sincerity, simply Senator Goldwater he Is offerIng the evening closed with s Scouts'Own. 1044 \
talents necessary which is clearly the Intent of the says a sbe caw-Mly faar-
combination of personal After breakfast SPINCAST OUTFIT
men behind him, and In which the the nation a choice. So far ai Sunday same'
of the United
for the Presidency the girls broke camp and held
Senator at least he would these two candidates are concerned,
acquiesces- Sal Zebco WMMO* root
his If Into the woods lor
States; and :2) that course a silent hike
reduce our inescapable choice-as a newspaper HIM. .N4 liee ... 14.dl.e
a great political organization !
would Lunch was PRIVATE
pursued' as he has pursued it, another Scouts' Own EYE
to that was Republican before I.ft. io locat ,0(.
a Ineffectual
opposition.
wreck not only the Republican party permanent followed by a softball game until
but By destroying the Inner balance of there was a Republican party, hal the girls left. Learning of the READING GLASS $27.45
the two-party system
the party he would destroy the balance been Republican ever since and will song "Look Wider Still" was 1999

e o of political power in the nation. remain Republican Lyndon B. stressed at the Weekend. Mrs Makac raaaTlaf ea y aa LIST

The more he discusses foreign The mass defection now evident Johnson. Helen S. Luttrell, Mrs S V eves-fie fever yea
Ttng and Mrs O. W. Strutters
from Troop ohs aW* claw week lacMbf -
assisted the girls SHELLED HOOKS
4 Kay Ting Sammie Slegler float* ma* tola cat-
(lei) I Ms;, New York Herald Tribune Inc. Reprinted with permission! Roxanna; Buttles: Troop T7; Ann

Cox. Ruth Wells, Elizabeth Ckalce. ef stn 'c

Strothers. Susan Scott,, Judy COMPARE ( -let. Ifs ..* 20'P

Volunteers For Johnson ?. o. lOX 602. WINTER HAVEN Carouse Cathy Savant Frances; Troop 40t Dodson HeienStrutbers. I1; L UP TO 98c 69 1LiI

Caroline
Susie Jshn.

i rd. '01. Adv.) Luttrell.Hitchcock, Ells: WUllams Joaa ?4Ul.tl dh4'c tJlo S 1jout SdnJ"l Il9 $lau I tC 1






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Sunday. November I I. J 1964 Page Thirteen

W-D BRAND Gov't Inspected Quick Frozen Grade "A' _I













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-- Prim FkCEI.t.ENC Effective Nov. 2 Thru 4 P 49c t

Winter Haven Stores Only
VpTE
I GIRL SCOOTS AID IN LIBRARY Appreciation Da) was marked Eaturdaj, by Girl Scouts + 1N
of the Heart of Florida Council, and here art three expressing a "thank you" to the com munlh 820 THIRD STREET S.W. w-0 IIAND U 1, CHOICESTEIIIS
From left' Anne Adams of Junior rroop 63;Karen Hill of adette Troop 102; and Denis. Adams TUESDAY f
of Cadette Troop 52. The scene Is the Auburndale Llbrar\
RIB

I 150 FOURTH STREET, N.W. A Nov- 3rd/

Girl ScoutsSay'Thanks' -Tit- Jf

\ Xww PerPewJTOP fl9c
Quantity Rights Reserved
[


VALUE STAMPS
The Heart of Florida Girl
[Scout Council set aside yester Ps
[day as Appreciation Da}- the

I[,occasion the community.for extending thanks to .? lha Easiest Way To One Stpj? Christmas ShoppiMEXLTRX

Jji Girl Scouting Is an Integral
[part of the Winter Haven- *-
Auburndale-Lake Alfred com
[tnunlty, which has more than 880
f girls In over 40 units taking part FROZEN FOODS
lln the scouting program. v
Scouting Is one of the agencies .
fin the Lake Region United GlvIMS' l wS J .
Fund, through which part TtlASURI IUI MOXIN I
[iff the funds for Its operation

Tare The received.basic principles of Girl P-

[Scouting to Inspire girls with Breaded Shrimp
[the Mehest Ideals of character, u I
[conduct, patriotism, and ser
', [vice. The public supports these
Ideals In a multitude of wa>'slit ;'
;
-
may be by th.*purchase ota 1 a a
box of Girl Scout cookies; 10 01.
[by contributions, small or e 4gePackage
large, of time, money, and en- +d
Jerry; by parental Interest; bywillingness
of community .r-- -
groups to sponsor troops, provide TREED It Isn't everyone who can look comfortable In a ,
meeting places, or give tree, but Miss Marlon scrogps of Sunken Gat: deny St Pet.r-bun' ARC SMITH FROZINFruit
other services has managed to brace her shapelj frame amid the ''angled; \>r.r.fhe'ot
For all these things, 883 the a Pandanus U tills without detract);: t' from the sppeiunceof ;
Girl Scouts of Winter Haven either her or the iree Pies 2 89'MORTON
Auburndale Lake Alfred
are
TOP VALUE
saying "thanks." STAMPS I
For the Girl Scout program C WD Iron 1 aeon erh PROZIN MACARONI AND CHIISI r
provides not only fun, learningand Massive Manhunt OrganizedFor
adventure for girls, It Grd.eeef N' $139
t idtope
sparks their enthusiasm for I Yeal Tan Nw,1, Dinners 20. "- 39'LMt I
vigorous participation as
young Jewelry Museum Thief _y WINK_ III_a roll_fed_ea
citizens In the community, the
countrv_. and____ the_m world.._ 1* *vv 4A .loi.l. _J.. '..,
NEW YORK (UPI-One of They were among 12 precious
the most Intensive International gems stolen from the sprawlingNew UmH Tw, With $3 *r Mere Order limit Few With $3 w. Men Or** Two With $3 er Mere Order
On Honor Roll manhunts In history has been York museum sometime
mounted for a daring thief who between 9 p.m. Thursday and '
Thirteen names were omitted stole the world's largest star Friday morning. OIL TISSUE CORN FLAKESUmH
from the Westwood Junior High sapphire and the world's finest
School's Honor Roll. In the seventh ruby from a virtually unguard. Museum officials estimated
grade, maintaining B averages ed jewel case at the Museum the value of the stolen gems at
were also Norman Anderson of Natural History. about $380,000 but museum director .
Christie Hogue,Mary Hunt, Border, airport and custom Dr. James A. Oliver SCOTT
Mary Kalogrldls, Steve Lawrence guards were alerted In an effortto said a number of the Jewels 1ge IOe l es, n24 '.
Gerald Bolander, Nell prevent the I Jewels-the fabu. were priceless because they 'L Ed .... ... u.It Twe
Hill, Edward McCeachey,Candy lous Star of India blue sapphireand were Irreplaceable. SAVE l6e SAVE Se SAVE Ili
Farkas, Rhond HUl, Kevin the blood-red belong Ruby Oil'er'. evaluation was
Brown, Daniel Bazemore and -from getting out of the eoun. echoed by Walter Moving, pre*.
Man Harp try. Ident of Tiffany', who> said the po- ... .. ." 11
Star of India was "prlcel.becalil. ...-
le> eee.eee e
there Is nothing to VAN CAMP'S PORK & THRIfTY MAID GRAPE TOOI'IWASTI
which you could compare It."
Some authorities feared that
for this reason the thief would BEANS DRINK CREST
THE ; have to cut up the gem In order .
tk'f. to sell them. If this occurs
CROSS-FLORIDA they will be lost to the world
forever. .... ((53))

BARGESiis days The ago museum had complained, which only about five ....300 free 8 C 32 'L EM 19 e size 39 C I

d : a lark of security to city authorities Limit nrH u.It nrH SAYlISAVI 144
% kept the gems IB ser. 6c SAVE 10f LWt Twe
eral glass display cases in a
CANAL r1'i room with an unbarred, on.
locked window that was open era
for ventilation.A .
I among the most recent public works projectsfor ; burglar alarm hooked to SUPERBRAND
the State to whichHOLLAND; the display ease was no longer
In operation and none of the
eight guards who patrol the
premises reported any noise
during the nlfM. The last MurgurinePounds fltSc
known check of the hall ronoaltUne
the Jewels was at 9
almost single, .handedly secured the first (reconstruction p.m. on the night before the i
planning funds in the amount of loss was discovered.A .
$205,000 and was instrumental in obtaining an huge steel safe was located 1 I 1 1L
appropriation of $1 million for the start of construction near the display eases, but a t
on the barge Canal and now an, addItional museum official of) the said It was not to t..N! OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT
the "practice -muevm
of $4 million for construe.Von. :
appropriation
put the Jewel It the safe over ... > .
'" )
night" '

The Barge Canal is another boost for Florida's burglars poUre, said may nave the burglar entered byB or .It) ; MAINS

economy Florida needs Holland's continued Influence >- open window after Inching "
as the Barge Canal is a valuable assetto a< roes a slatting 14.1 *ledger RUSSET Pololoes
citizen past s set of barred windows to ,
every Pe ;.. J UnrH ._ ..... Par M I the barred one ad this have J BAKING ,
'- 5. V. '.. "w "JIll Path the sasM way.A ,
.other theory was Hut the '
CONTINUE FIORIDA'S PROGRESS 'jlpnt routs have hVfcie Wide
ne tiseorn when It closed and

CONTINUE FLORIDA'S SENIOR SENATORSPESSARD then.' text walked moraine oat wttk vrteg t..e loot the sue cre.e 5 ly e Bat 49cDIXI1

:IMIst foIIcIwtIIc discovery d
BAKERY Cabby
L. :!:o A'ft. ( ge

DARLING MciNtOSH IWIIT QM
ri\n.: off

f NEW. Belmont YORK Make OW eon- TkX by. RAISIN BREAD 16.L 23c ,

Peter. Pan win tamed from the LITTLE DIUII CHOCOUTI wI" APPi 81 U. JA
wr-i < place and UK n mInI
the'IDle records.of 2 is 1 S deleted from SWISS ROLLS IZ'oiK,. 39c %%




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Peg. Fourteen WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Sunday, November. .I 1964
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___ .. Seek VETERAN AFFAIM Wahnela Plans Wahneta Has
Lake Alfred 7' 1 Soviet Leaders To
I i yIA Howard H. blow. County Rodeo TodayThe
Serves 0I1IIeer See Polk County

UMMMMd today that a Rifle Ranee Rider' will New PastorRev.
festival Is Peace With Red ChineseMOSCOW repreastttaUve from the Polk hold a closed rodeo this after

County Veterans' Service Of noon at their arena located at Barr L. Oswalt has

(UPI) ... The MWlead.r. Khrushchev's Invitation. nee will not be in Winter Haven 400 Fourth St., E. WakMta. accepted the pastorate of the
Thursday as regularly A closed rodeo Is one In which First Assembly of God Church
of the Soviet regime Over the longpull however,
Well AttendedThe may open talk shortly with crucial of no fatal c dlfterrnccsrpmaii scheduled The visitation to all performers and contestantsare In Wahneta.
Communist China toward liiv, ,,,,fii MD s.o> nit Umli. Haven on that day will members of the Rifle Rant He wis formerly pastor ofF
smoothing o\or the loii(.-tanct. Peking ,ir luinu dl lisjjuli' I Iron. be Camelled: at Ivnlow and his Riders Club .ull, 1 empls' Assembly of GodIn
annual Halloween K 11 Ing rift bctvsoen them, Commu. tiers, dldagrcenu about ppare. staff will be attending the Florida The show Is tree and everyoneIs Miami and prior to that In
nl and Supper held in the PJ) iof nisI sources said today. fUl roPxIslll! Vlttl tar \\ pst, Department of Veterans Invited to attend. Jesup, Ga While In! Georgia,
{ Lake Alfred Llememir Neither side expects the split ant! rl\J.ln 1 IDe I' .id'< > rl)'IP Dt Affairs Mid,Winter Confer Rev Oswalt! a..I > 'the BrunswickWavrross
[was pr.eeded by a parade to be healed complete I It tlic < orrmunlst v ,rl', I I onre SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN ,nauth director
I through the main street of the
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runs too deep. But both sides
etty. ar' working toward a surface
Those In lie( parade Included reconciliation. ;

Police Chief Allen Lewis on his. 'ommunlst sources said ( M. TT2ilIL1b
olden pelamtno horse Wr a nese diplomats In Moscow have
wood Junior School Marching learned to smile again in pub.
Band, King and Queen cndl lit Chinese diplomats say rer .
dates, Cub Scouts and Girl n conciliation talks would be 1QTqaA
Scouts of Lake Alfred.Enlerlalnment "welcome" and should come \
was providedon "soon."
the school grounds by room f'J The sources said the Dec 15
mothers world Communist conference
King: and Queen Candidateswho may be dumped, postponed or
were presented by the PTA transformed Into a friendship : L
president, Mrs Kenneth Jack rally. The deposed Niklta S,
eon, were Cindy Marsh,Rodney Khrushchev had called the con. I n
Stewart, Laura Despard, Bard- ference as a preparation for ex. STORE HOURS J -+ ,
ley Brannon, Dorrie Eubanks, pelting Red China from the I eAt ,

Tommy, Mark Free,Barron Patricia, Laurie Johnson Communist bloc.Communl.t sources. say Dally Saturday Including 46kd\ / et' "w; ()

.Perlnger, William Key Jr., Khrushchev's drive for a show 9.00, to 5:30
Beth Sltlnn, George Hendrick. down with Communist China
I fson Janice Weaver,
Jimmy was one of the reasons for his
King, Patti Toombs William
Sitlvely, Karen Sutton, Jeffrey CARNIVAL ROYALTY King and Queen of the Lake Alfred overthrow.Khrushchev's departure CHOOSE GIFTS FOR YOUR HOME NOW WHILE

Sohn, Linda King Charles Long, Elementary PTA Halloween Festival are shown above: Beth Shlnn, makes the Dec, 18 conference
Janice Webster and Paul daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Bud Shlnn; and Paul Pier Inger, son of a new ball game, the sources SELECTIONS ARE AT THEIR BESTI
Plerlnger Mr. and Mrs Art Pleringer Beth Is a third grader Paul is In said, and the Chinese Commu.
Beth Shinn and Paul Plerlngr the fifth. nuts might be willing to come LAMPS

were chosen Queen and King ........, .. ...... .. ...., ........ ................ .., .. ...... ...."........... They and their sympathizers, ;' > All types and efue t. cwt
by three judges They were such as the Albanians and the "'
Judged on scholarship poise North Vietnamese, had spurned any d.e.e iptelaliy gift'
and personality ,;:f! Airport 0 "rie.- From 12.95 CONVENIENT'h0Y
** About 250 persons enjoyed the l iJ= Jl.-
pancake supper of which Robert "' ::-': /Vr JAN LAY AWAY.
Cooley was chairman ''- RoundUpy Huge Negro PLAN
; Miss Toni Watkins and Mrs. ,
J Mary Locke, fourth grade 11 Dick March .
J-teachers, presented a uniqueplay +: .
for the school earlier Police
w In Fights
Let's commence with a sort vale pilots license clutched '
w=: the afternoon, entitled "Hallo- of "commencement" this week. firmly In hand. Mrs Smith Is +
veen with Martians."
Mix-up
< SEPT
lit Two local filers received their the second lady in as many ,< {
to degree In "private flying"during weeks from Gilbert Field to
= the past seven days, Both) make the grade Faces ChargesA APP' .,'
.
-ir0V: AT START graduated "suma cum flying Robert Mott, not to be out AUr
AKRON, Ohio (UPI) Jack colors". done by the fairer tex, made
I'' Nlcklaus won the World Series Mrs Ralph Smith took that the same journey later In the 300.pound year-old Winter
3 of Oolf the first two times It "trip to St. Petersburg" last week with the same sucessful Haven Negro Is In county ,

I was played In 1962 and 1963 Sunday, _returning with her prl- conclusion jail under bonds totaling $4,000.
B. Congratulations to you both. charged with assault resisting
arrest and assault with intent

Palmer Gibson Promoted to murder a local police

One of the most Interesting officer
I families flying /'Allot Gilbert Woodrow Pelt Is charged
Field Is the one headed by with assault on i service sta-
jBy f Continental Can Co. David Despard. Other members tlon manager, James P. Holland "i""

of the flyingDespards'are, who was reportedly '
One of the rays[ of Christmas time It selecting gifts
Janet, and the Despard trio, stabbed In the face with a
r Laura, 0, Diane, 8, and Lisa 3, screwdriver by Pelt after Holland for the home to sincerely express your thought TIC '
as pretty a threesome as you'll warned him about speedIng fulnen and bring laming pleasure to family or relattvei. jr
J find. the station drive. The glowing array of new, top quality home
through "
and "crew" flew to In vast dis-
Despard attempted furnishings our
Officer Harold Homey t
wP Atlanta last week, to set the playa' makes shopping
his :1
to arrest Pelt at ?
evidence of fall from the air. happy experience at Cum. i : '
home, but Pelt allegedly re
The great ..color-changing :
I leaves as .een from the air Is fused to be arrested. 1I.n.e a mlng'i. t. t '3, a 61Fi TA/RS .. )f" ,
/ -- I
Martin was
Ronnie
one of n urVs more beautiful Officer _, I+Nn prlud,
', display lent to assist, ended up In a
', .
The family T'ri-Pacer has tussle with Pelt. Pelt reportedly
been specially equipped, by tore Martin's gun and
dad's Ingenuity, with a raised holster from his belt, and triedto
t rear seat, so that the gals have fire It but couldn't becauseof tmtpec&
excellent vision for the I 1
making a leather strap across Il ur
more contented passengers.The hammer. i
P last hour and a half of Pelt was finally disarmedby
the return trip had to be made Also arrested -
the two patrolmen
In the dark, Gainesville radar was his brother Ralph,
was called. Gainesville tracked 17. who wan charged with resisting
them to the local area, then iakt .
arrest and Interference
provided the proper heading
bring them right on Gilbert with officer.
-- The Trl" P irpl ego Mrs. Sadie Pelt Lee Ed.
Is a fairly .lon ft. Even ward Pelt and Cheetah Reed
WINSTON H. PALMER GEORGE GIBSON
W.
also arrested and charged '
so the return trip was made In were
<1 Winston H (Bakla) Palmer manager In Winter Haven, dis four hours. with interference.Suspicious .
district sales manager for tract sales manager In Pater Dave also Is giving his"crew (

Continental Can Co. In Winter ton N.J.. Baltimore Md.. and chief, Janet, credit for becoming & #
Car
Haven has been promoted to Winter Haven He Is a Duke a fair to mlddlln' country '
sales manager for ,ent'ralline University graduate, and has navigator since she's been
OK'A
Proves 'All
accompanying him around Ih..kyway.
cans In the Southern Metal DI' also attended the University
of Florida and University ..
vision. Rutgers
young woman on E, Lake
George W. Gibson, administrative Graduate School of Dukey Road called the police CUMMING'S
assistant to the general Sales Management and Mar department Friday evening to e .
ketlng. Probably the less said about vehicle
report a suspicious
) manager of !Metal Dlvl- *
lion sales, hit been namedhis Gibson who started with that football game In Tuscaloosa cruising In front of her home" 1ti, art eel for holiday .rUlnlne br
continental Can In 1954 at a the better, but their were four Officer Alton Doutwell was rtfurnlthlng your h.m. .r jail
successor.Announcement tales trainee served as a planes out of Gilbert Field park sent to Investigate. He reported ,r +t ddlng a pl.e. *r \wMhi ..
of the two talesman In the Minneapolis ed on the ramp at Tuscaloosathat that he made contact with the MODERN TRADITIONAL
promotions was made Saturday day, car and the "occupants were
and Milwaukee office In COLONIAL
by Forest A Lay of Tampa ( 4CONTEMPORARY
1962 he was transferred to the Wally Adams and Vince trick or-treatlng. All OK. 1 e
division manager of sales, Southern !Metal Division as assistant Pinckney Dew their shipaupforthe Seems that some young goblins { /
Palmer's tales responsibilities to the division manager game and Wes Edwards flew had a school party Saturday SH OP 0' I II
Include for brer Winston Lawless there while night, ao they went trick- I S
cam
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of tales lie is I 1954 grad. Qef
mn drinks, coffee oil, meat uate of the University of Illinois Jack Brown piloted Bob Paul. or treating a day early to make Qcd j v.
did not left out on
and poultry with a B,S. degree In bust- Paul and Lawless had a little the sure loot they get
lie Joined Continental In nets administration. thing going about which was
1948 as a sales trainee, has Continental Cane Southern flying In the fastest plane. Paul
since been I metal can salesman Metal Division operates 11 was In a "S" Bonanea, with tS$9
and assistant district can manufacturing plants, h. p. fuel Injection gegtne, Mormons Have
that'll really scoot, while Lawless
In an Aero Commander.Leaving Rally TodayTwo

Winter Haven at 8
ATTENTION arm? Paul stepped out at 12 prominent leaders of the
on the nose, Just IS minutes before Church of Jesus Christ of the
Lswltsst Later Day Saints from Salt i Yw
Even so, Lawless Is claimIng Lake City, Utah will be the tea i CHAIRS
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Banker Gets PromiseOf e. 4 t Reds Seek To ,,


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Good Food In Jail Woo FrenchPARIS


(UPI) Russia's new
VALENTINE Neb. (UPI) celebration held eachalen I !leaders appeared Intent i toela
The cheer banker of this sand tine's Day. i. on wooing France away firm
dune ranch town slept la the Business In this small townoltIOO w 1 i'u' western Alliance, but \\<.si.
oltjail and the sheriffs wife has come to a standstill.Residents fin diplomats. Mid thereto lltti,
promised he would "gt fed cluster In groups to Hk.iihowi that they will "h.
real well" rc,1, f
talk of Davenport's arrest.Many !
Richard L. Davenport, 45, of them expressed tear(
Mist sign of what
llul
president of the Nebraska Slat that financial chaos would hi I _
l '" h press quit Jy labeled 1 a
Bank here, walked Into the of. the community.The _
i nxMin of smiles'
smpaljn _
Are of the state banking dlrec. county treasurer's offi< .j: _
I aui 1 Franc
\\: < wen noted t at
tor at Lincoln, Neb., Friday and
assured residents In a statement ''III' i thinning of this
week,
said he wanted to confess the that all funds belonging to the \I "i'n. the Soviet organs PrauiaII
embezzlement "because I am county on deposit were guaran. I I 1/\.\lblt8l1t1thdt\ollals
tired of living with It." securities.But ,
teed by pledged e pl'a1sll1t'tft Davenport, who took over the the residents of Valentine hip In glowing terms.somtet .
presidency from his father In still wore the look of worried :
1948 when the elder Davenportdied people today. President Anastas Ml.
sat with his head In his kIll all sent a personal m"$saK") :1
hands after making the confes. io I President Charles de Gaulle :
lion. Post ConcedesTo Mr( owing"the vital importun. a"I
State Banking Director Henry a, fiiendshlp, cooperation and
Ley said Davenport admitted Goldwater d mutual aid between our two I IMANY
spending the funds "on land, ''oumrlM. "

cattle, the stock market and WASHINGTON (UPI) A USES SI, TO CUBA MAY{{ NO The C i m""n f", ?,fcit.! i M"I-'It'burl' lies ,,,1&t>. side
certain amounts on gambling" mixup In the mailing room ol after colliding: with two oth.', .1111" m! t fh) l't, "1,9tutu ,it NortMlc.i England "We art convinced that the.
Davenport had built a repu. the Saturday Evening Post has and those funny looking 'plllmMI King up It. busts, fM Oibn Twenty three irf them future development of our rs.lutlons
tatlon in his hometown will constitute a "I' at
as a dunked this
\ for
seemingly conceded Tuesday'spresidential got way Salvage some is believed powlble ,
civic leader who gave clothes contribution to the preser anon I
election to Sen.
to needy children. 01 swurltjr In Europe and am r1,
Barry M. Goldwater.
He did not live lavishly. Ac. Cuba as part of the policy ol pear," Mlkoyan aald.
qualntances said he and his The Post, which editorially State Department Explains economic Isolation of the Fidel
Friday, after signing a nltwthe.y.ar
family resided In "slightly\ endorsed President Johnson,has Castro regime
above average" twcvstory brick sent at least two Issues of the The State Department has trade treat\ with
home and he drove a late mod. magazine to Goldwater at the asked the Swiss Embassy' In France, Soviet Foreign made{
Sailor Minister Nikolai '
In Patolli hev add
II station Delay Releasing
wagon.
White House address, 1600 Havana which handles VJS af.
"the people of the Soviet Union
Ley said the banking depart. Pennsylvania Ave airs, to aiiang Smith's rev

merit was "closing in" on Davenport MIAMI (UPI) The u.s. This unmin tin officials turn to this country via "the and good Its relations government with the want ptofil von TANKS W.H '*" and 'It' the Icr.Une Unit of the
when he decided to give The most recent the Oct,
was State Department explained sal l, opposes expauM''>n of commercial b I r 11 available commercial and government of Franc." au'ilwrv motor that'i making this diipliy In ('hlu/). I
himself up. He said state bank :31 Issue, which featured a lay.. flight."
Friday It prevented a rescued all teivitpti aol from
officials had been suspicious of out on Johnson. It arrived at
American sailor from
the tank's operations but until Goldwater's Senate office al.. leaving
recently had nothing that could thought it was addressed to, Cuba on a British diplomatic
be "tied down." "Barry Goldwater 1600 Pen night for basic polio reasons.
,
The State Department was RUN INTO A BLANK WALL?
sons.Davenport has a wife and two D.C.sylvanla" Ave., Washington 4 criticized Thursday tn Fergus

After federal authorities Walker of Victoria, B, Cw for

waived Jurisdiction, Davenport stopping his companion Stan
ford Smith, 38, of Newport BERRY
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Walker, 43, and Smith were
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complete with sheets and Plans RevivalREV. stranded on a Dahamu total
reef when their sailing vessel
quilts rammed and ADJUSTABLE SHELF HARDWARE
was accidentally
Mrs George Walker, Cherry
sunk b> a larger vessel A Russian
County sheriff's wife, said "I'm
rescue d them
going to see to It that b* gets freighter
four later and took themto
days
fed real well.
Cuba. 'BtANKNESS' OF A WALL, TO
Other residents in the com. I TO TAKE AWAY THE

and munlly shock remained at the turn In of disbelief events. diplomatic Walker flew flight to Nassau but said on the a I j j I fl ADO STORAGE SPACE THAT'S BEAUTIFUL AND USE.

State Department request 111 j I IJ t
"It Is the darkest In Valentine
day
since the assassination of through the Swiss Embass\ tJ1JDl' t KM. DO IT THE EASY, INEXPENSIVE WAY WITH ANO.
Havana kept Smith oft the lr
President Kennedy," one rest x
dent said. night.State Department officials explained I T a. DItto ALUMINUM ADJUSTABLE SHELF HARDWARE.
Many residents Insisted that If
this was done because
Davenport took the he RIGHT TOw
money, the United States believes that INSTALL SHELF STANDARD
did It for the of the -
good community '
"British and other dlplon atf
flights\ to and from Cuba thculd WALL INSERT SHELF BRACKETS OF
"He always stood In back of
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everything in the community,"
not carry com mo r':talpassengers. '
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another said "The family was : ." LENGTHS JO 'S,DONE.
well thought of by all.V- SEVERAL

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Denison Downs Westwood Passing Takes Over




I 6-0 In Annual Gridfest t. In College FootballNEW



By BILL WATSON series and came despite an terceptlon on the Rebel 21 ,. y. YORK (UPI) Pre. cepttoa leadership with six, al.

Staff Writer offensive performance by Two plays later and the game : season Indication ware that Me though he now share. the lead
Mike Swarti stashed over Warrior Quarterback Ricky was over 'c' r tv'04.w 1 190 :ollH football eeeawnwo with Notre Dame's Tony Carey,
right tackle for I touchdown Pitts who ran for 134 yards The Warriors had taken the 'I.. ri 'f" 'd i' be the yeer of the runmr Illinois' George Donnelly and
from one yard out early In the and passed for 10 more opening kickoff and gained In :
second period Friday night to By winnhx. the Rebels retain three play, from their own : I .,. ,.;. re M It ti i leased pM*..rlCeav.I .
give the DenlMn Retail a M possession of the City of 20 to the 34. On I first downplay : J t I Ing Mitistus I I shows that 1M4is .
victory over the Weitwond Lakes Football trophy which David Dixon Wit Jarred f 1\1"i I'rooting tbe"yeerof AlabamaLSDTicket

Warriors In the third renewalof I I. sponsored annually by Superior loose from the pigskin and Da bomNO: lre6 than five pM re.
their annual game. Block Company and vid McCutcheon alertly pounded
l l'I"
pi!, av.r..more
c e1 i s now are
The Denison win wa the The Dally News-Chief Last on the ball for the Rebels than 100 yard per game, an
second Ahutout In the Riving them the first break of SalesInvestigated
straight
year the Rebel blanked West Inr revue of two over last week,
wood 13-0. while In 1962 the the game at the 24 yard line Cording to official NCAA sta.tistiri .
Warriors won a 74 thriller. In two plays the Robs pens P a released today.
Women Set The Denison I touchdown trated to the nine yard line This figure ts more remark
drive came on (he second aerie of the scrappln' Wsrrlon. On { able when It Is considered that
Par Battle At of downs for the Rebel I second down play the first Del er before In a tingle season

Golf LinksA after' BOIl Bamberg recov threat of the night was halted has more than one major col.\ BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)-
WH ered a Warrior fumble on the when Robby Rabe picked up astray leglan averaged more than 100 City officials Friday launched a
:
battle" contest la Westwood 40. Denison fumble. yards per game a* late as mid. full-s c a I. Investigation Into
"par Larry Llndsey carried for Westwood then marched out eason. Thursday's Alabama-LSU foot
slated for the wRltlyoUI'IIII'for the ]( yards! down to the 24 on the to Its own 40 behind the running Florida State' Fred Blletnlluoff ball ticket sal amid specula
ment next Tueaday first play In the series. After of Pets and Ambrose but has picked up the most tion that scalpers from Louisiana
Winter Haven Women'a Golf two plays failed to gain fumbled again and Denison recovered total yardage to date. Blletnlkooft made off with most of the
A oclation. has caught 38 passes for 639
for the second time 3,700 tickets sold.
Warrior Interior
Starting limn and pairing against the .. yards In six games and also In the
a special meeting, city
to set the gsrne' only
line. Llndsey burst out into the up with
arc aa followi: marker. : leads In touchdown passes council named assistant city
(II holes) open on a third-down-and-ten .. seven. Iowa's Karl Noonan 1s
No.1 Tee attorney Earl Mc: Bee to lead
8:30 Mra Rick Martin play for 11 yards and I tint About 3,000 fans lit throughthe real IIIJ: ,. '. ,. .," .. ._ "TO' second In total yardage with the Investigation.The .
down the 13. game and law a ---- In catches with
Mrs L. C. Stewart and Mri. on 634 and leads Investigation marked the
Charles Camel. Swartz then carried four thriller. Doth team were SHORT GAIN lUcky Pitta Westwood quarterback, take off for a short gain against 43, even though he has playedone first time the council has used
8 35 Mn Howard Well, straight timer and gained 3, T, evenly matched and moved Denison at Memorial :adlum Denlion gained a 6-0 decision for tfislr: second wu bra. row anda less game than Blletnlkoff. the Investigative power be.
Frank Gardner and Mn. 2, and finally one yard for the the ball well in addition to 2-1 edge In the serlee between the two schools Jack Snow of Notre. Dame, stowed by the legislature.
Mrs tan,. having alert defensive units. Larry Elklns of Baylor and Mayor Albert Bout well's office .
Mark Spencer. Both teams lost two fumbles Howard Twllley of Tulsa also
The run for extra point was said police In Baton Rouge,
Frank Pride. '
8:40 Mrs. Stopped short by inches. and, of course, the Harris pass have averaged better than 100 New Orleans and Shreveport,
Mrs Dick Madaua and Mrs. On Denlson's next aeries of Interception In the wining yards per game In pass recelv. La., as well as some points In
William Cude. marched seconds of the contest was the ing. Mississippi have been notified
Rebels
145 Mrs. John Crisp. down the big defensive effort of the eve Twllly Is second In three dlt. to be on the lookout for the tick.
Mrs Carl Lubcn and Mrs from their own 24 down to the ferent categories The Tulsa eta
Richard Boek. Westwood 23 before Glen Ter ning. 1i end trails Noonan in receptionsby Hundreds of irate citizens
I,50 Mri. Charles Lath- rell pounced on the loose pig. It was billed as a struggle. one, is second to Blletnlkoff complained to the city about
era. Mrs John MacNelsh and skin after a Dcnlson fumble between Denison' ground attack I in TD passes with six and Is the sale of the tickets for the
Mr, Rues Kadow. During the drive, Llndsey and rock rib defense number two In scoring behind Nov. 7 game to a few persons.It .
g:55 Mn John Parker carried for 26 yards, Swartz which had yeilded only two '. Nebraska's Kent McCloughan. was evident Boutwell and
Mrs, Richard Van Gundy and carried for 21, and Mike Tuck. touchdown in three previous Twllley led the nation In score the city council were not taking
Mrs Edgar Llndcnmeyer. er picked up ,six games, end Westwood'i air lug for two weeks, the first the case lightly because there
minded Warriors. And with ever achieve this distinction,
No. 5 Tee Westwood looked as though could be serious political epercusslons. -
few exceptions, it was just and was lied for the lead last .
Juke. they might tie the and
1.20 Mri. R. F. game
: week with Noonan and
Blletnlk.
that. Although the Warriors Birmingham takes Its football
win In the last few
Mrs. II. W Mclver and Mrs. possibly
marched moved the ball well on the off He now trails McCloughan seriously calls Itself "foot-
Carl Hurtl,. minute when It ground the Rebel defense r by one point, 56 to 55. bal capital of the south"-and
8:25: Mra. Harry King, from Its own 25 down to the buckled down when it had to ;ji- The long bomb aspect Is fur. citizens Dec. 1 vote whether to
Jr Mrs. J. V. McKnight and Denison 18 where two pisses stem the Indian tide ther accentuated by Elklns' 20.. change the form of governmentto
Mn Omer McDuff. fell incomplete. but yards per catch, but even that city commission.
8:30: Mri. Mike Down., Pitts was the big gun In the Pits threw nine times, trails the country.Mjh average All Information was to be
Mrs Fletcher Klmk and Mrs. drive as he personally gained managed to connect only once. of 31.1 yards for 10 catches by gathered before presentation to a
John Reudebusch. 68 yards. The lanky speedstergot The Warriors' defensive unit I Idaho' Joe Chapman. city council meeting Monday.The .
8:35: Mrs. Niels Bach, some fine downfield blockIng also turned In a fine performance Though there was a minor city' wants to know who
Mrs. Jim Kesterson and Mrs. as he turned the Denison as It recovered two Den. shakeup among the pass recelv. purchased the tic I : k e t *, even
Jo Ann Wright. ends time and again for gainsof ison fumbles and thwarted one ers, three other individual pace though no law was violated.

No. 1 Tee (9 hole.) 14. 11, 12, 7, 5. 4, 11, and 1 Rebel thrust at the Westwood setter retrained their leads.Washington's However, the council warnedthe
Harold Morri yards At one time he pickedup Steve Bramwell public: to beware of ticket
9:00: Mrs. I
Mrs. three consecutive first nine.Dcnlson'i season record I.1 continues to lead in punt returns scalpers and to report any at.
Mrs. T. L. Craig
son with 283 yards on 22 re. .
tempts by anyone selling tickets
downs. 3-1 while Westwood Is 32.
now
and Mrs. Challls
Slgman turns, Wisconsin's Ron Smith is for more than $5 each
Marshall The drive (choked however, Both have lost to Lakeland
top in kickoff returns with 331 The tickets were for recently
when on second and nine Southwest 128 and 12.0, re
Mrs. Robert Drown
J:05: yards on 13 runback and Ar. constructed seats In L e g Ion
Mrs, Ray Jar m e r, Mr*. Howard Ambrose was droppedfor spectively. nold Chonko of Ohio State main Field here and not previously
George Helm and Mrs. C. G. a four yard loss and two Denison Westwood talus his hold on the pass Inter. available. All other tickets In
Forsythe. Pitts pass attempts were incomplete First Downs 9 11 1. the (7,000 seat stadium had
9:10: Mrs. Pete Peters Yards Rushing 142 147 RAPP TO MANAGE been fold out, and the peopleIn
Mrs. Jim Reynolds 'and Mrs. Denlson took over with four Yards Paaslng 0-10 sar ST. LOUIS (UTI-Th St. line figured they were getting
Rod Zander.In minutes r m a I n I In g but Net Yard 142 1S7 Louts Cardinals announced Frl. a second chance
addition to the regular couldn't pick up the first down Passes Att. 0 9 --- day that former catcher Vernon However, all 11 c: k 511 were
weekly play the first matchesof and punted out to the Rebel Passes Completed 0 1 MOVING OUT Allen Harris, Denison Quarterback, take off for t nice gain against Rapp would manage one of old to the first few people online
the team play tournament Passes Int. By 1 0 Welt wood In the annual battle between the cross town rivals Denison woo 8.0 to take a one their farm clubs next season, Those who waited, many
are scheduled this Tueiday 44.On the first play after the Fumbles Lost 2 2 game edge In the series but declined to name the club before daylight, were furious.

Full detail are potted on the punt Denison clinched the Pntv-Yds. Avg. 333.6 225.5
bulletin board Inhe club game when Allen Harris pulled Yards Pcntallzed 9 0 National Basketball Association '
bouse. In a stray aerial for an In- Weitwood 000 0-0 Eastern DivisionW. Bowling/ 65 Comet completes 16,200-mile durability run

_, Denison 080 0-4 L, Pet.

Scoring! Boston 7 0 1.000 IviiI'STRIAE. IKAOI'E from Cape Horn to Fairbanks Alaska in 40 daysLivelier
Denlson-Swartz one run (run Cincinnati 4 1 .800 tVPKKSS ,
failed New York 2 3 .400 Plate
Philadelphia 2 4 .333 Citron World Manailnr 4SCynrmu
Oar Western Division ImixTlal, Florida 011 34 again why it's the Wart d'. Durability .
Cypress Lanes W, L. Pet. tread Recreation. Center 32
Los Angeles 12 ,687 Villa Vlllac* SI ", ChsmplSH. Us** sh w-

Names BowlersFive St. Louis 2 3 ,400 (Porter"Oren Paint I n :' J6' nor models In diy-snd-nlght
sour.era 28
Baltimore 3 9 .375 Denial Plumblnr 21 a ' men and five women Detroit 2 S ,268 Whiter Raven Iji.mdry.. 17 .... A.I' ..eJ>o .. : top *f the world.TAIRBANKS .
were selected last week as San Francisco 1.4 .200 Crow Prlnllnn ..m'.ny' 24 k, A .
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Wolfr. Mnhil', Homo 24 .., Oct 22 Three
the bowlers of the month at Friday' Result ryprm. i:.r.I.'n.l Inn J4 M. u'y Comets t today tr, ,shed
Cypress Gardens Lanes Cincinnati 119 St. Louts 111 FMi-ralwl 'In''urnne 20 u .1' ,n\ no car his ever attempted
The women bowled tour Boston 106 Detroit 90 (Owioral T.r I., 'I'.'n. Comiianv ISwvrwhM Ie ; .If'j: short a toin.the rugged
games and men bowled five. New York 94 Philadelphia 90 nil Hull h,,,,ntm k IS IS 16 ,'r>0 ands grind, from Caper
The scoring was based on a YORK )- Mc. Hl"h team -.n., t' Corhrmn In- +r I'I! 10 Felb.nusoute,
uranrn JnuiHlKh
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League, will replace rookieA xin au N Cook Ills H M nj" I"ndinllnanC TMdt s
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to Ilixli' .iiiillMiliml, l l I ,, .
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3. Joe Black 1120 Montreal. :
3. Tony Rothbauer moo
y 4. Joe Bebow 1082
J. Snake Saunders 1073

Runnerups InhI.. division

were:
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is Harry Mongell 1054 MORTAR MIX
I Malin Heuer 1053 SLUMP: BLOCK
v CM Moore 1048 TIERS
r Don Melni 1038 DRY Wtl.L BLOCKS '

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Colts Orange 4\ r;' Third Hunter's


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I 'nit it! Press International Browns their only loss of the SlatedCORAL
Tourney For Nov. 7-8
nll' Baltimore Colts hale campaign by a 23.7 count at 'IhuimiMv ChrjiU'i! CoiK| rntion announced
rnet the estern Division of Cleveland three weeks ago but
has 3.4 mark Onf) \ inldition of \Mtuira\\iiiK) from NASCAR
e National Football League Pittsburgh only a GABLES-Enlru-s competition The Th,1:i I Annual Hunter'
fur
p. ny that they'll even this season and was beaten by the third annual Junior Orange, it' their HH>cial raciiiK i-iiKineH, whIch have Special will be held on Nov.

a\e their closest rival out Philadelphia 34.10 last Sunday Bowl Championships srhe'iiled'! been the / of the speedways thin 7 and 8 starting at 2 p.m.
forking for them this weekend. It should be a big day for scourire super year, each
for Dec. M-U atSelvadorePark day at the Winter Haven
Jimmy Brown of Cleveland arc hall ned. Of all
count1 we remember how well Plymouth Skeet and
Trap Club I located
and the Coral Gables
That' quit a trick In the who needs 14 CounU \
only more yards
old, brutal world profession. rushing to become the first Club are la KM mail and( u>ur. and Dodge were doing before they introducedthe nut to Gilbert Airport.

(1 football, but not nearly as player In league history to pin nascent officials expect an rvengreeter new henui' and m do the Chrayler people and for Different events will be hold
Inexperienced shooters
nystlfjlng as the Colts them. turnout than I the It o-1 r as
10,000. they don't want to go (tack to that. well as the experienced. Guns
k elves, who seem headed for In other games, Green Bay is youngsters who parttriuati i in
1961. Therefore, you can look for the Chrysler people and shells available. Winners
heir first divisional title since favored by four points over the

959. Vikings at Minnesota, the Chi. "We expect nice conim pnts to !shun NASCAH like a plairue .if their tematkU are hams have a choice of turkeys or

Baltimore has won six eon. cago Bears art picked by six from Mexico and Vene/ iela, r not met ; and M of this date it appears that Dill The Hunter's Special Is span

kecutlve games since an open. at home against the Dallas along with many top V JS. \une:. Franco! has no intention of giving m. cored by the Police Department
ne loss and Is favored by 17 Cowboys and the Eagles are a stars," stated Ljle Roberta, .' al' r n4t' of Winter Haven for the benefit .
four.p I n t choice over the 1 believe that NASCAR'S for the
o move wan butt of the Police
its to whip the San Francis. tournament chairman lie also Benevolent
Forty.Nlners at home Sun. Washington Redskins at Phlla. believes that last year's two strictly front the safety standpoint. Too, it will give Fund dad the Skeet Cluh benefit

fco and set a club record for delphla. winners In the ten and, under those drivers who prefer the OM cars an opportunityonce of their building fund.

wins, division-Jake Ward., Denver,
and Karin Benson North Miami again. This in itself is good, particularly from American Hockey LeagueBy

The Colts have scored 237 Redbirds Had Beach, will return Warde. now the spectator standpoint. United Press International

points this season, far more 10, will still be able i h' defend .a Eastern Division
than any other NFL team, and his title. Karin moves up /rwAr1 r IJT r wL.TPts.CFGA
have been Just as strong on de. to the 10 and under class. Last year Fred Lorenst-n mail& over! $100,000 Quebec II 0 0 II 31 15
fence where they are a close To Overcome .. I ? Hershey 4 S 0 I 13 14BtHIerel
16 A 'il for the year as a rae driver! He WM the first, but itappears 81 3 16 14
second In fewest points yielded To handle the expected over
with 122.While. flow Tournament Director Al there may be another already Hiehard Petty Wester DivisionW

Mills has made arrangements has thus far won $98,160 and should he place In the L T Pts. CF GA
Baltimore toes through DissensionST. with Leo Fullwood to Rochester 40 I IS 14
its paces with the Forty.Nlners, the country club courts utilize Singlesand 4 tk remaining race. this swuion he is sure to exceed the Buffalo 111 7 13 II

the Detroit Lions will be host doubles competition far boys magic $100,000 mark. Pittsburgh

ing the Los Angeles Rams. LOUIS (UPI -The SU and girls in the 10 and 12"year -- 311 71012
Whatever happens here will Cleveland II 8 It It
Louis Cardinals became world brackets will be b.ld.AU
match. SOCCER HALFACK BUI Chason speedy halfback Just two weeks
soccer ago 1 talked about Craig Breed-
work to Baltimore's advantagesince Friday's Results
champions in 1964 because"there es will be two out of three sets
from Winter
Haven. is the
a big reason why Florida Southern
the Lions and Rams are was serious Internal and trophies will be presentedto Collet Moccasins are favored to win the Florida love breaking the World Land SH|' >..1 Record with a Springfield 8 Providence 4
Intercollegiate
tied for second place with Iden. trouble on the club, and it was the winners and runnersup. Conference championship lie was a bit factor In Southern's key two-way average of 526.26 MI'H. 1 never wrbuly Hershey 4 Rochester S:
tical records of 421. The Colts
cleaned up," Branch Rickey Entry deadline Is noon, Dec. 3-0 win over the of Miami Hurricanes '
University
routed Detroit 34.0 last week defending thought that Art Arfons would be able to average 1711, SIARCrS1AUTO
said Thursday. 22. There Is a single: entry fee champ. A Junior, he Is a 19C2 graduate of Winter Haven Senior '
while Los Angeles upset the The year-old Rickey who of $2.50 and a team fee of $3. High School, where he played football.e..e.4eee.e..e.e..ee..e more than the incredible 'Ilt't'tl| | mark set by Drwl-

Green Bay Packers 27.17. organized the first baseball love, but he did it Tuesday. On one run Arfons wentin

Detroit Is favored by three farm week as system Cardinal, resigned consultant.last .ee.essI excess of 57S MI'H Hi* two-way average was I '* EXCHANGE

points In this second meeting His resignation became the last : ei 536.71 MI'H. Arfonu also had his bad moments as one s,4 W. JUT
between the two clubs. They
played to a 17.17 tie at Los Angeles in a string of front-offlce shakeups i cv., ; N of his tires blew at more than 500 MPII, but he was ... SellA
\
beginning with the firing .
early this season. of General Manager Blng De- ""' ... \. BOWLING t\.J ;..'J able to keep the cur under control and brought it to a ; T"rid.C .

The pairings also favor the vine in August 't"'j: t e safe stop. Now the tire companies will have to begin lee IIAICV er

Eastern Division leader as the Propped back in a blue suit, \ work on a tire that will take more than 600 MPH A. STUN e A'" mJ
with a blue-anJ-red striped tie Scoreboard OUI
Cleveland Browns are picked Rickey tapped a cane on the, i J u ; speeds Also, there is some speculation as to whetherthe yew Clinker( I I.,,'

by seven points over the Steel. .. 114 AVI. R, 1W. 191.] ""
floor and said Devlne sound
was fired J G barrier be broken
era at Pittsburgh while the runnerup can by a car How about .... Pkaae Ifl-tlTt

St. Louis Cardinals must for "petty reasons" n m;\n\tr orrrr. i.rorElUvoltitilr !: NTATtFAltM: MIX: HI lr- \(.lr.M ALLIS 'AT Lt.AhI kN that 7MUZZ
"I would not have fired De.
W L L L
face the long.dormant Giants at
vine," he said. Cardinal owner Latin 11Wrat 9 CP I II 5 HldWey Inn Nis %
New York. Aubust A. Busch, Jr., "Issued red cif Aub. II: a brat Wi-ovlU !.',, ills Sarhape Sank N IIMIIeIde PATRICK RESIGNS
Villa Lumber. Company .>4Klllvbrrw Hull) JumiMiK l I">.. ll'/n Y ( II 1\
two statements saying 1 didn't Kala 18 10 fin I... NEW YORK (UPI) MUll
riwiora 11 on Nall 7155e4
Even though St. Louis is fa. have anything: to do with It, Sunbeam. Baker 1* IKrnwy unit lAMUn U II r.r Susan :: Patrick resigned as vice presU dAltY T AM tO S:30: r MSAT.JAM
vored by five points, the Giants Ambulance Ser l'I All) Cala 14 14 11 199
dent and of
and that's the truth". = 1: general manager
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showed definite signs of Taylor I'I'UII'I Carrel il4lllJer. S all T 4 NHubeck
snap Busch "cal'ed me Into his of. North Gate CHlea Sw if IS MMfit. S 10IliSh and "". ills 14'. the New York Rangers and 1 TO' 4MNO
ping their disastrous slump tics when the Cardinals were Albright. Ctebnl Shop II 11 ImutMual sm tines S'ue.rhel.; titll U"IIIIIJ Hovers horkey teams Friday to
when ClevelandIn Barrlnrau RMraad 11 14 Con M Ilaven P.nd'r
they outgained he Ouy iwommi I'al Scull become vice president < < Madl.,
slumping, said. "He was >
Jim Plata 11 1.Buol. 'm.. It J'rm" I'
all offensive departmentslast unhappy with (John) Keane and ..... fromnlM 11 11 ITS.Hl h ,..\....... sell,. IIUMIUuy clams. Office lively \I I9In son Square Garden, which will OCUVCHItS AFtiK I. rNvf SATUKDAY
week although losing 42.20. had a manager pending He Pruplw. Hank of Aub 10 ISAuburndalr Cm aw <..om.ni' Murlnwllailiroutiri red lay a Loan 11 .. be housed In a new 100,000,000
The Cardinals. will be playing Lomb Co. 10 11 ( 161.TIIIN.IIAI. Lake Reikm (lank SWTWa 21
,
asked to recommend complex In\ September, 198Emlle
me a manager It .
Ed Crarktl M.n'IIIop'
55546 1 II
without veteran spilt end Sonny and I said Bob Howsam."rBowsam Tanya Pharmacy S XIllch MISPSnL sills" lads r.""" I M Francis, tsslstant gom' / i l4 Building Materials
Randle, out for the season an ex,minor league team wrlM SunbeamBaker. HMrn team Mh.. Holiday Inn oral manager of the t Kanguri.(
with a shoulder separation He organizer and club owner from 1X6: KUIabrew Kat. 1'111 W Pala Mu" Hume II'au L11.tiIW will replace Patrick as genera l
will be Hash tram .me I'Jr.II" leans pure RaehIe Shall Hit ** It. $.W Pkent JtM'0A
replaced by second-year Denver, took Devlne' place 461 LI'n' Co u u manager of the hockey clubs,
man Billy Gambrell. The Juggling continued: with Illirli ImllvMuat .**I.. iirN.. .r .... NI'le Mary
Klrktend MS Orae.Reddnkllb : )-tI h tit.. tMI ooIt ",
The Steelers handed the Business Manager Art Roulzong Thclfna Uln; 4MNorma resaa .:wry Ir .. .
being released. The shocker 4l! "Poll) McNully 440 .. II ... .. ,
came when Manager Johnny High' 12:7IdN'm:: name foraKukbnd "' 1_'" lu II -..., ....... .. ..." ......r .....
Yuan M Hu> k.roa I ><>ni York. 4tT.. Radars .riM>.
Keene piloted the Cardinals to Inn' Harper 171, Polly Jordan UruaH.11" IHlsti sit 4M Pnlly.. THlrHtr St MarrBrannrn >
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the world championship and 171 l .
thin :*4J
I then snubbed a new higher- IrBRKT UAGI"PTlkl "181"n, came HmidroiNUIMM IndlvMual' ram IrrnrTinman .
Xl-ISf !H>"lly Mnlrv IN to YOU !
paying contract W L HoRir ml Pledge :
Mary CleokMt
Elcke) said I "You know tour Ills in.llvklual "'il". ,imjniIgorsii1 Rnmrlilon in Pnlly, III..I..r: ;{
Keane said he resigned for a deeThrMwey**/. I.. IIfMft11a. 0. r 14 ( I I., 'a &fII< BUI H"*"* tr OKI.. Kamm in' Pal. .Parrlek IN
'74
10 (.rom< Mi'-drtki-r iwmnrni Mllllr Van Duynr It* Olnny RlIMl .
lot of llt'Ie reasons But some Tony'i niarmac* It 11TlmWMWatan Wanda wiMlnk-. 1 M6 Slain< im In twr.... IM Yen
of them weren't so little." For It U Whltnr, Mt J..n Will. M York. IU Mukry cabs ITS Vila..
Keane went to the Yankees, [*,**> Product lit A CM I N,** 11AMklneaoa 11"1Orr' mr leas iiidltidiml 3M j Iue5.: rain Wlrdrvkn imrn') Utll. ITU llrlty III.-...*.... m. "We believe Polk County's ouftttflding governmental' i I
: Harlem I lx vHI ITS
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w and Coach Red Schoendlenstwas Marine II 14 Jit lull' K..ae 2\1 i women
Adams Parkins' AMOS 16 II'QualHy Juan V.. II. JUS Wanda Wirdrtkrrltt operetioni It proof we've served well We want to !
promoted to Keane's spot, <' Flectrfc 1. 1* .n*> Many Onlrandir I TO you
"I'm a Keane man," Rickey ICatkrni'a Mop 11 11 W.
said Ray Mac. Lour.*. 14.. MHuiulat H't rMMlT WNMrw 11 rae.es II ; 1 .t.110\WI.; continue working for you end pledge every ounce ef our
Mobil Homaa II II L
I 24 H.\, ,,<1.1. Lanes M 6 Wa nr :t'aoMrarraq' tiperlence, ability .nd enthusiasm (o .keeping Polk County 11
hell js Drive la 'TH 144Inutrnatloaat S A. H Auto Pun M U TaylorNSatiate

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1 his speed car U new hold. Race Secretaries Organization, ry WeMtor IM Male K .mm IDS Huh ..m tame rrrncti ('!... I l-sm immWinirt lit. .'n
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;': t'. utE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNTVILLAGES


Elbert PTA .'','.1 IJ'! ,.j.!.:

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The Lake Elbert Elementary .

School PTA will sponsor a
into
homemade spaghetti cupper In plunge themselves joyfully

the cafetorlum next Thursday 4 I
evening to raise fund for Its
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school projects.Serving .'J..... -.. mE tIDA ONCnJk

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bars school children and by
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and the one big project the PTA
sponsors for the benefit of the

schools," stated Clinton ,

Thomas, general chairman In POSTER WINNERS AT LAKE ELBERT Winners of the Lake Elbert Elementary PTA

urging the public to attend. Poster Contest advertising the spaghetti supper are from left, Steve Stanley and Nancy Plemons

A bake sale will be held In tied fourth grade; Becky Hlnson, sixth grade; and J. Kevin Myers, fifth grade Their awards

connection with the supper are a gift book in each of their names placed In the school library
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Bike Must Riders Obey Florida's Weather Quotes From



Rules Of RoadPolice
The NewsBy

And News Of
are ready to crack CropsWEATHER

down on bicyclists who violate 4
United Press International
ordinances relating to their
city
operations, Lt. Carl Aleck of SUMMARY: This good condition for the time of PHOENIX Sen. Barry Cold-

the Traffic Division said today. was a dry sunny and abnorm year. Cool weather and shortage water contending Pre.ldentJohnson'l .
Before launching the campaign ally tool week In all areas of of rainfall has slowed 1948 election to Congress
remains of the most
against violators a warn- the State Temperature drop. grass growth Many grasses are one
hotly disputed elections In his
ing was issued, so that bike ped to the lowest level of the approaching maturity and lack

riders would have advance fall season to date! around midweek good quality. Some fall and loryt"Lyndon's About the hearth-and-home
political Pure wool hand loomed and
notice. Many of the colder locations winter pastures are being fertilized powerslopped t holidays, and holiday
Lt. Aleck said that the law on the northern peninsula Cattle and calves are In a full Investigation hand-fashioned with a vivid entertaining Pints, properly
just as it has stopped Investigations Individual /flavor A forceful
requiring all bikes to be licensed and in the western counties generally good condition Mark considered are often the most
of
wrongdoing ever marked with
sweater, strongly
and Inspected will not reported temperatures In stings continues at a heavy since" attractive thing to wear. Their
authentic cables And for the
be enforced until the police rate proper.consideration includes a
the middle 30's on the 21st.
for a registration pro- CITRUS Grove condition season of holidays skiing, a non-aggression shirt
arrange There was tome scattered light : PORTLAND Ore.j Democrat skirt
cruising and parties, the /
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which will be soon 4 as pretty seashells.
gram, frost reported In the northernand generally good The citron belt ic vice presidential candidate viLUGta collector will be h
W Like this. Fortrel
those at with polyester
But riding night western Interior areas on had a week of very dry weather. Hubert H. Humphrey describing pleased
out a white light on front and the 21st. This frost one of the The ridge areas are beginning Col red light or reflector on the A shirt of Pnncetoniancorrectness with cuffed sleeve.
a earliest such occurencei on to show some afternoon leaf "By every standard of Amer. 800
rear of their bikes will be record was limited to the droop ind temporary wilt Rel lean life, Senator Goldwater I.a Is T-N. k"CafcUs" 00 exact in every
charged with a violation of the coldest locations. Sunny, cooler ative dry weather appears to radical and he preaches and ,, Pvllcvtf 18 haberdashery detail The
dedicated i vatsosse collectorwill
ordinance.The and dry condition prevailed have lessened the amount of practices the doctrine of radl Alto In tucked

crackdown was deemed In almost all\ sections of the fruit splitting Cool nights are callsm." consider no other Buttonson prints and stripes
because of an Increase the right Breast pocket
necessary
date on Saturday and Sunday. having a decided Influence on
accidentsKennedy Buttondown collar. Its only
In
There were a few scattered fruit color which: Is breaking CONCORD N.H.I New Hamp concession It
to femininity
showers along the Immediate rapidly However, it has not shire Cov. John W. King discussing >
and
perhaps a
size
Plaza been cold enough to Induce the Hampton Beach Labor certain
east coast on both day but leeway in color not .
and threatened
most of these showers were dormancy even In colder areas Day riots
Italy (UPI) The new disorders In New to male .
CEONA showers near Vero Beach on where trees are still flush with teenage ; 600
city council voted Friday night England .
new growth x
Sunday produced to three .'
to name one of the city's main up consists l of "Of late It seems there has Te
Caretaking some
Inches of rain small
squares" "Platu John F. Ken area. over a late spraying, mostly for heavy been developing a new fad"of . : . II I
nedy. defiance of lawful authority l lA
mite population and fertilizing .
A plaque with the late Pr.ll.dent' FIELD CROPS: There war
practically no rainfall over the Some disking, but most are
name will be unveiled NEW YORK: Walter Moving
Nov 8 in the square facing the State during the week. Open clean cultivated by now Many president of Tiffany's, describing

Genoa International Fair Build. skies gave farmers a good opportunity growers are seeding rye In the value of the Star of India .il. .. ."

tog on Nov. 8. to progress In their young groves to Inhibit spring sapphire and BeLong Ruby 4 ,
harvest haying and fall plantIng wind damage Banking tree, stolen from the Museum of Nat. \41e'.t'k r H l l

TYPICAL PROBLEM operations Corn harvestIng and letting up heavy equipmentfor ural History

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI-A continues active Cotton and winter is also In full swing "Priceless-because there is t I It

big hunk of decorative cornice peanut harvest nearing com Harvesting continues at a nothing to which you could I II

broke loose from the roof of plctlon Small gains and winter fairly slow pace hampered compare it."

San Francisco' historic mint pastures are being planted. somewhat by small sizes and G&4ht

Friday and plummeted 50 feet Grinding of cane for sugar has slow maturity, but increased

onto the roof of a car below. begun Harvest cost will\ be sharply last weekVEGETABLES Charges FiledPARIS II I II

The car belonged to the build. hlifher In those fields where : Dry cool &

Ing's maintenance chief Steve cane was blown or twisted by weather during the week of Oc (UPI) A Corslcan
Jackson Jr."That's hurricanes Harvest of the short tober 18-24 was conducive to
Jean-Jacques Casanova, was
pretty typical of the pecan crop continues favorable growth. and recovery charged formally Friday with d fl umA. pi;[ '
from the mid October hurricane. 6fJ
problems I've got keeping that LIVESTOCK AND PASTURES the kidnapping In May of Mrs. /
place together," Jackson sighed. : Pastures are in fair to Growers have replanted some Marcel Dassault, wife of a millionaire .
damaged fields but most will re French airplane build. r..
cover Early crops throughout

DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS the State have been subjected er.Court officials said the 36-

to extremes of weather at one year old suspect had confessedhe i.
n. Weaver'1 11. A ssewavs4w'a'
Instrument school time or another Supplies cur was the mastermind behindthe ,"
1.To eolloqt agree. : 44. Vipers seulon I rently being harvested are light abduction Mrs. Dassault

Moist U. "Itt. Planting of tender t'Mlpaln most was found by police before payment *
Russian DOWN 20. Fuss r south Florida areas and hardy of a demanded 12 million

mountain 1. A juryman 22 -- crops In all! producing areascontinues ransom ati, A1T.
range 2. Sarcasm Door active cultural ana

10. Location ofCleveland 8 Back Policy disease preventative programsare

4. City train IS.1m. o active in all areas Land .
11 A pond 8. PortaJs macu v s h e preparation for early watermelon -
8 A late
dweller hilling
IS Also call: naut. 26. Makes "........,'. A...... planting active. A few out .... nll"II(' r '
1$. Hebrew T.The note E sacred of season cantaloups are being
letter 8 Putty 25.Inquire 35. Month picked In the Ft Meade area

IS. Charged muffin 2S. Bubo popular for with some few late watermelons

particle 11. A rope. merged weddings to start this week : w .-
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18 A Loyalist: .pllclrgtool 21.Rallonal 38. Fuel SNAP BEANS: North and t = _
Am HlitII. 30. Moldy U. Chemical West Florida harvest contln

Farm IS Accent 31. Furnlllh ending ues. production very \light ,' ., '
forth 3:1.: Corrode U. Burmeu (
animal 14 Put
result of excessive rain damage
18 British effort 33. Perched language
late beans have been be(. .
poet: pots. _
20. Broad i ter prospect Central Florida t Cardigan

Uiorofaret \light harvest active: Sanford- ,
abbr. : I: : starting first harvest this week ,

11. Verb form t 9, ; r Zrllwood harvesting pole

M. River in 1 Leans for processing yield j lag

PalUeII I s Its prospect greatly reduced, bush a
A bracelet beans being machine harvested 6 r '
f
ornament I I ao As seen In Harper't Satllr
M. Diversion

ST. Final ti Algerian Care '
II. Olrl You'll love this buttery soft

.nicknameSt. Antlered a ALGIERS (UPI) An agree. \\ kidskin sport casual with the

animal m.nt! was signed Friday which .
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80. Behavior mmm the American philanthropic \C handsewn vamp detailing and

...Mans "CARE" for the ,
body delivery
ry a si as
back
the soft foam lining.
silky-
nickname of 200,000 ton of foot to I.' % a

SS Rubbish e / million Algerians I A moccasin so soft and so com
M.In so far as
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reply KRAFT Dinneris / ..r
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It's fun to fo barefoot-in the summer, when !school is out mid Membership in the Guild is open to all who are IDt.reat'd-h: l \ j
weather hot-it's fun to dig bare toes in the warm sand-:ar to simply donating two brand new garments for children of nrh 1,1 I
wade through puddle from summer showers. ifs. These who don't want to buy clothing, may contribute mom\
This is used to purchase shoea. i
But in the wintertime- that's a different story. No ow like to
go to school without shoes After all, the floors aren't ad and it 4 $
colitis art not distributed to the children indiaortaiinat. 1'1 p '
can be a little embarrassing if you don't have shoes, to say nothingof .
shehaMs are carefully aersmid by the schools tMthtts. and i lu.n'
how cold those bare tootaiea' can become
pak ftl vr.lfara, and then a ,list h submit.*! to the GUild.
tale
And as for new clothes, everyone like to have something new
once in a while. The Guild .h Mn an ingstheripand t thin wrtfulty' out f l l s ", I I,,
child ten the list. They also take thins to have the shoes litt,'d. r
However, there are many Winter Haven school children whose
families can't afford to buy them shot,'and their stubby clothesare
usually some that were handed down. It's to thee needy chil Th Needlework Guikl is a 7&-y ar-old national non-pmfit a It.u I, i
dren's aid that the Needlework Guild rushes each fall. table ortranisaticm with some 400 branches throughout tht COUIt: ,'c

Last the Guild clothed children. This Ju I
the year 146 your hi. A:
The Guild in Winter haven has been sponsored for past severalyears
Phi. always, has grown. There i is a particular iM>*>d for warm clots i,nr ,
by Beta Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma They are directing w
size six Mrs John S. Cowan is o
in twelve.
through president If
it again this year, with the aid of other chapters in City Councilof
the Winter Haven branch. Thou further Information
Beta Sigma Phi, and through the cooperation of many church desiring
or to join, may contact Mrs Cowan, Mrs. Carl' Jackson Jr Mi-
circles, women's organizations, and individuals whc just cant
Irving Wheeler or Mis, William Fuller.
to heln.
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I Beta Sigma Phi Chapters in Winter Staff Photos
I I Hev.n"* joining Bate Chi ''Pltl By Ruth Hand
4ll-out effort to provide new cloth.
Ing Compiling lists are, left to MANY WINTER HAVEN SCHOOL CHILDREN will be carefully fitted. lice.
right, Mri David Fultz, X! Beta this following the annual l ing.thonng of the Needlework Guild Wdnidyot
Omicron Chapter: Ms. Doug the Wom.n'i Clubhouio Mrs. John Cow n. pictured here, It president of
aris r+ Montgomery, Sigm, and Mrs. tho Guild, and hoi announced nine sin. through twelve noon .i the hours for I
Arnold Shorts, XI Gamma. those wishing to contribute their items
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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF. Sunday November I, 1964 Page 20 der, William C. Allen KusscllJeMM
".Is 'M IillIi"J .. .. .Nr _. elAIN.... Susan WyllysEntertains Bridge Out Ada M. Schnell: WillianE. ,
Moore Joseph H. Lucy N<,r-
N Names nee Barton I. E. L edy, Edna
Uaotsfe, Dave Hazlett, Sue A.
Winners Meek, Wray T. Lain, Louise
Revlon, Marie House Ben .
r 'fI Moore Bee Jarrett, D B.Caflll'
The Friday Morais* BrMgeCha bell Frank F. Fisher David Lu-
> met tf *. Nike Csxrter CM Md Junes I. Pool.
wits Won. W. D. Bert, Mr*. 4.
Susan SnivelyGood r .. Belleatliie sad Mrs. MaD

Bozeman as hostess**.
There were fourteen tables London's Jewelry Information
rtr Play. Centre Is busy passing! ou
Lucid Beet Wishes Hap Winners at bridge Included names of ear-piereern: Not all
Py Birthday! These words were Mesdames C. W. Gross W. 0. of the Inquiries come from
heard throughout the Lake Repast Buru J. .. BeJlesMteo W. L. women leading ear-plereinu
Yacht and Country Club, Thompec and. B. W. W... expert reports that hs number
Friday eventnc when Susan a a Door pride were awarded to many men among hla client
Wyttys enterUlne-1 add a sup. Mesdame Norman Ruston, William including plane pilots and sailors \
per party hononw S''',an Stive.fr. S. McKenzie and J. H.7hornt.U. Some nxhermen also' wear
ear ritics aj do male gypale,
Tea party marked tenth MissSnlvety's Those present Included Mesdames New Interest in piercing the
birthday and the act r Gladys Huyck,, Otis Porter lobes has been traced: to a revival -
that eke Is plaanlnf to leave t Elsie W. Moore, Armor of heirloom jewelry
for Madison Square Gardens In ll Scot', Walter E. Leonhard, John heavy blobs of stone and metal
New York City.She nil be iillng Hollmejer. C. W Gross, Settle looking like a steal from tile
her horses this year at The Wilkes. Arthur Stevens Ma crown Jt:*'els The wearer of the
Gardens. Alexander lir ace Waugh. E. S. real crown jewels by the \\aQuien \'
The Halloween them*was rarried Horton Laura Sn,nh. Jessie EUzaix already has
r out In the decor atlOlll. Daniel Peg Russell Ge>>r:eft. paired, ear
Punch was served as the guest
arrived. The lone part table

featured lighted pumpkin and

horses with"ghosts"on t heir e e
backs. Party hat and noise makers -
added to the fun of the eve
ning. For dessert Ice cream
and cake were served. 1 ,
During the evening dancing I I II

was enjoyed In the teen room.Al When WES SUSAN WYLLYS entertained at a party honoring Miss Susan Snively some of the
7:30, the party group left friends present were: Liz DeOnatlvla, Lee Bice, Dallas Powell Keith Uneapher, Steve Spears
m e club house end trended' tin (center). David Field. sap, Gassier, Allison Mclver Martha Wetherlngton and the honoree
Diction Westwood football .
"HAPPY BmTHDA Y" and "GOOD LUCK" ware both In order .
when Miss Susan WyUy (left) honored Mica Susan Snivel/ I game.Chaperones for the evening .Around The TownHaveniles The
Forward
party al the Lake Region Yacht and Country Club. Miss Snivel) were Mr. and Mrs. Austen Program Din.
was celebrating her birthday and also she Is preparing to leave Parks of the hostess. ear will be held at the First
parents
tor Madison Square Gardens In New York City to participate In Guests Included Sally Get sler, Baptist Church Thursday I
I horseshow. Kay Harmon, Martha Wetherlng- Plan To Attend evening building In it the 6-30 new p.m.educational Arnold

ton, Peggy Grossman, Allisonatelver .
Silvert chairman 1 Is reminding
p Gall Saaser, Sandra
Bennett, Lee Bice Avis Parsons State Horticultural everyone planning to attend
Linda Beasley, Liz DeOnatlvla Meet that reservations must be
Judy Sapp Gina Bowen made today with the Church
Charlene Spaugh Sara '- office. Dr. Rupert Coleman
Sprinkle, Marco Miller, Linda Mr. and Mra. Dill Thompson as representatives will behe speaker for

Whitehead, Gary May, Robert of Superior Fertilizer Company, plan to attend the the evening
lll4GUtl3& Hart, Brad Rivers, David Field,
State Horticultural Meeting at the Carillion
Rubble Hoenschel, Dallas Pow. opening Mr. and Mrs. Mile Storm
ell, Steve Spears, Keith Uncap. Hotel Miami Beach, Wednesday. The business meet. have returned to their home

\ her Chuck Fields, Richard ings and social events connected with the conventionwill on South Lake Cannon. Since 1liM1 Pilyr
\I f .Q. Hitchcock, Wendel MacMlllan, close July, the Storms have been in r
Friday exening.
Richard Klnff. Jlmmv Turkar. Brevard N C. Shortly after
Joe .Ti1den.ilk.id' m.,TommyThomas ;;; their arrival, Mr. Storm suffered -
Stewart will. leave today Mr. and Mrs. F. Charles
Larry
David Brunson, Mike
1 a heart attack and was
Fabulous Dinnerware J
Tucker, Dill Gregory, Quentin to return to his studies I'iins of SI. Augustine will hospitalized for several weeks. Allowance ,..
Tlce, Jerry Lister, Bill Watson at Bob Jones University at spend the weekend here and and was therefore delayed In
Beautiful and Unbreakable! and )Ir. and Mrs. John Snively, Greenville, S. C., after spending will attend several parties for making the return trip to '
J' parents of the honoree and Mr. a few days here with his their son Gary and his Winter Haven. UP TO 30 %
and Mr*. Carl Looker, (rand- parenU Mr. and Mri. L. C. fiance Miss Jean Knorr.

parent of the honoree Stewart. Mrs. Norman Heck, Carl
Centura the tableware .
by Corning amazing
Lance Cpl. BUI Fuller Jr.. Heck and William E. Heck on your
i that'i guaranteed for 3 yean against Dealer Daniels Jr., returned son of Mr. and Mr*. William will return today from Union
from Jacksonville last! night City Indiana where they Old Watch
II. Fuller plans to sail from
breakage! Y ou'lilove its beauty (in pristine KRAFT Dinneris after accompanying the five Camp Pendleton Calif., November were called due to the death z'
Auburndale winner of the of their .i.ter.ln-lIw and aunt regardless 01 mewe
white or classic or cornflower patterns) and Ford Mdlor Company "Punt. of duty Sth in Japan.or 6th for a tour JEWELED WATCHES aONLYI

Pass, and Kick" contest who Mrs. Joe Gary Williams
incredible practicality. Made of Pyro- won the tone competition.Five and Mis Melissa Jo William
of the six winners In Mr. and Mrs Mason Wine left. Friday for Hopkins.
l ceram, it won't crack, chip or craze, with. thrifty Auburn- attended ville ,
the area were from the Florida-Auburn Ky. due to a delta

.,. s en s"tSnr8in!, Jf S> heat Ti 3w was "er: "''to dale. all4 included fc JU.bard.McClrt ; .'' .football. game In Gainesville In the",. IImll. )'.. ,.,;"
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and ), Steve Comparato esterday
5 proof yet loots like fins china! Goes Mark Fisher Alan D. King .t., .

from barbecue to banquet with ease quick and contest Wayne was Steadman.sponsored The by Among the Havenite attending "Big" Books
football
the Florida-Auburn -
r the cool.ancl-serve pieces go from freeze Daoieli Ford in Auburndale. game in Gainesville on Brighten Outlook

Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.
and
to Available in sets stock. The Winter Haven Community NEW YORK (CUPI) -The term
oven. or open E. J. Parsons and Mr. and TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR WATCH
4 II Club will stage a "legally blind" can be mlalead.
full of cheese flavor rummage gale, Saturday MM. William E. Lacey. Ing. By most standards, It ran TRADE-IN SALE!
** November 7 A the Gulf gas fers to a person who can see
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6-pec 1 starter set in white 0 '
3 station next to the Elks Club. Henry A. Bodrndleck, pub with corrected: : vision al' 20 feet. LAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS

Count o. Kr f, Dill..., lot Usher of Bank News and other Thus the 'blind/ in this case, -
JS.7S, In patterns ;; lends macaroni hats full The Needlework Guild Ingathering magazines, bas eturned to his function as seeing people.
or foldcn' ch">*M |oodiHtv .. will be held Wednesday But In the case of legally Congratulations -
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H. D., '" It on hand for apwdy morning:, from nine after attending tl. bank con blind school age children, up to e ; I I
school "IM* and hurry-up until this
lunf year it meant that
.' VILLAS VILLAOI until twelve according to
noon vention in Miami end spending
'.' auppora" It's good Mtinf icytheel they could never read exactly ELLSWORTHAPPLIANCES
announcement by Mrs. William several days in Winter
; 1.-- rtna iktpplnf Centert what other children were read. ga.
..... .. r Fuller The Ingatheringwill Haven as the house guest of log in the same classroom. Spe.
Crt"" ca. 4 be held at the Woman'sClub wel.eme
COin Mr. and Mrs W. E Rynerson. clal books with yea
large type
or :
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ONLY Sl A IUVINQ building on Lake How magnifying aids and tape ro. r n.w neighbor JEWELER SILVERSMITH
ard. corders had to do. UI Zed St. NW.il .
: Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Conrad
will leave Wednesday for
Atlanta Ga.. where they will '' "
1 spend the next two weeks : ) :
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Mr. and Mr*. Joha Roland -
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(Now .n Cypress Gardens RoadJPRESENTS ) Ga., where they spent '
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t J Grand Opening Celebration his leave studies toda0 at Andrew return College to. ':! !'1! Jf(1;( 'i\4iw;; : ; (j;" '"

In Cuthbert. Ga. after
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Thurs Fri. & Sat. Nov. 5th 6th 7th
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,t td FOR FULL DETAILS SEE his parents Jf;! .

tt Mrs. A. T. Andersen will
rti9' t WEDNESDAY'S NOV. 4th leave Friday for Columbus, iii ljfi I
ri Ga.. where she will
spend a ;, 'Th7.
NEWS-CHIEF. tf '!
week teaching In the Christian So (off ncl luxurious !

Workers School of St. Luke's .,
d tl tli 4eRoefall Methodist Church. Enroute -'f."t \\iri .:. if"i"I"i"'I!\ ;; *'iAad f'e lit6e \II I'* r
Mrs Andersen plans to visit '
her son, Jimmy at Andrew : lj ;
t College Cuthbert. Ca. On the l_ fitrJ:
'Y 1\ sj I \ \J/ SALIS 4 SIIVICI SWCTPtISS trip she will spend the weekend ; : .
767 OAtDINS ROAD \S Leesburg where she will

.. ; rk..e iTl-HJJ Nut t. CumiiilMi- ,...It... *>... 21-401 attend the Workers with Youth ,' '
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And DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sunday. November I I. f W4 Pa" 21
Mrs. F. H. SummervilleCelebrate w\VI Reports
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Golden AnniversaryT' M ik. Ana Woll presided at Eastmans Entertain

the regular meeting, ol the AIM-
1r hart of WWI Barr6U, In
K of p Hall. Mr. awl Mrt. Robert J. Bast- Ryneraon, Mr. and Mra.William
Mr. and Mrs K. H.Summei'. man sari Robert. J. Eastman Jr., Inn. Mr. awl Mra. Fttrt Rob'
vllle are today celebrating then A vote by auxiliary member entcrtalMd at their home. lamr.lay bins, Mr. and Mra. Don Crow-
fiftieth annivoraary with, a QII't't t and barracks personnel changedthe < owing, with a cocktail on, Mr. atdMrs.M.rrlfOrafl
? fanilh party at their home, rO;. v meeting time from the 4th buffet honoring Miss JMB Knorr on, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Avenue K, N. W. Wednesdays at 7tM p.m., to I and her fiance, Gary Vain*. Brandon.
The Sumntei\ lies cams to 1 P ID on the same date, with a Bronse and roll efcryaanthenitima -
Winter Haven In 1920 iiom. Ida.\ coveted dish luncheon to precede were used la profusion
field< Ky. "r. SurnnH!! vU was the business MttlonaFont throughout the party room*.
a contractor In ttecltfor thirn Guests Included Dr. aMl. Mr*. Animal bracelets rank a* the
Years. They are active members teen ncrapbooka for children Carl Knorr, Mr. and Mr*.Charles newest statue symbol Women sWear
of the Church of Christ of Eagle at the Retarded Children's UalM, Mr. and ....... Odes Dally report Sample
Lake. Home In Orlanki, were reported Van Duyno Mr. and Mra. Wllliau from Kenneth Lane' a ashy
V Beautiful arrangement of autun receive from members,by Dtstrirt Fuller, Mr and Mra. Raymond twist of color with gold animal 1
"11 flower will be used chairman at Welfare, Mrs. ,! Mattox Mr. and Mrl.PHI head at each end The place to
Uii uehoul the part room for Femme Sloinei Maitox, Mr. and Mrs J. B. wear !them above the elbo
the celebration. A tiered cake Mew Aillii! ; \ puns wet ft "ills Thc.i nhlll Jt.. Mi. and Mra. AlDans Animals favored are boar panther '
rrarkpd! with a colden"50"1the\ till'iii.' '. Mr. and' Mrs. William E. and make
top will center the serving table.
A*.Mini with the hospitalitieswill fiI

Su :be etvtll Mrs*. Mra.11. R.Louis"Slim"e Now You Can Retire In Luxury.

Bill h and Mra. Glenn Baas. I .
ill and Mrs.Summervlllearethe r
J parents of H. R. "Slln .l

tb c Sunervlll: of this till and { A ......... :..: ...."1. "I" !It!
Mrs. Bob White of Sarasota.The .,. ..
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have *U grandchildren
Mr*. Peter Holmes-Ray of VlrClnia i\roi'\,, .
Beach, Va., Robin Whit W
of Sarasota, Brenda, Stephen .
aY
Melc :ee and Marianne Summer.
:,d h vllle of Winter Haven. 5

Ai ong the out-of.town guests "' _.
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7MR. ar, I me for the day Include Mia M -
Darlene Kingaloy of Sarasota.
MISS NORMA JEAN PROFFITT


i The newest bead necklaces
Miss Norma Jean Proffitt
have a look of softness and airiness

I AND MRS. T H. SUMMERVILLE achieved through the gen
erous use of small beads mixed

No longer than a cicir Is a trldge four and a halt Inches with varying other sizes andshapes To Robert H. Gerber
new pressure-packed, travelhigh and less than an Inch In or a* multi-strands ofstrung Enaaaed
size Instant lather shave .carr diameter hold enough lather a f t c hl ns and beads often h
I trldge that takes less than one- for 14 shaves on fine links What tlserat.t.
Of Interest la the announcement School In the class of 1SCJ. She
fourth the the big bold fob either
packing of a
space i Charles Purer it Co.. 233 E
In the ban and the
being made of theenaem.nt ws active
most aerosol The charm or a watch on the end ofa today
can. car- 42nd St New York N.Y>
Club. Miss Pt.jmtt t 1.
of hues Norm Jean Spanish
.._ ____ ft _ _. Fashion long Coordination swinging chain Institute The Proffiti, daughter of Mr. and now employed b\ State Farm ii.
Mr*. D. F. Proffitt of this city, Mutual. She t* a men.bei of the
,, reports the latter make a perfect
and Robert H. Gerber, ton of Central Christian Ctuir>:h.
suit mate since fobs can be
y arranged In a myriad of ways Mr. and Mr*. C. o. Gerber, el.so Mr. Gerber la a native of
of this city. Winter Haven attended local
u part of fall's strongly) acceisorlzed -
I
I look. Mis Proffiti I* a native of school where he was "-sptaln
Winter Haven and was graduated of the Winter Haven IIIh, School
1 from the Winter Haven llljrh band. He was graduated> ) from
Winter Haven flirts School in
I Women On The Go 1(62 ant from .larlOn Institute

with an Associate of Science Enjoy the lifetime comfort of a KOYLON
In U84. He I I.
degree presently
I Police Women Have SpeakerMrs. attending the University of Flo.rlils .
gineering., majoring aerospace en Latex Foam Mattress

Harold Martin will listment tea on Monday,November Mr. Gerber I.I a cadet second
be the guest speaker when the t at 8 p.m. In the social lieutenant In the Air Force ,, ,t. H.t i I"I" o\ I maitre, Ie IJi''II' .rp.ts Otopei' I
235 W. Central Ave. Pollet Women' Auxiliary hall of the church. All womenof KOTC. He I* pas) cadet commander .
meet tomorrow night at eight the church are being urged to of the Civil Air Patrol.Mr. .
o'clock at the police club house.Mr attend and hear the project and Gerber la a member of the
*. Martin ha* chosen for her goals of the Circle explained Central Christian Church.
THORNTON FURNITURE CO.
Sate topic, "FloralArrangement." The Susannah Wesley Circle The wedding will I t* *n event
g ST. JOHN'S will be In charge the arrangements of December 20, Flans I will be
The Women' Society of Thou Interested announced at a latei. date
may IOS Fepe A** N.W Winter Haven
Chrlstaln Service of SI John's call Mr. Robert C. Mason,
Methodist Church will hold a Cy 3-1391.
': .,....'..-. '.' < ." ;""""'t "Taste-T" supper tomorrow
r" sight at seven o'clock In the BtTHANY: CLASS
Save "i VA to /2 & More church dining room. All ladles The Bethany Class of Beymer
of the church are t"lnllnvlted Memorial Methodist Church
!
:. to attend and bring favorite will meet tomorrow night at 7.30:
DRESSES SUITS SPORTSWEAR I recipe that will be sold to help p.m. it the home of Mra.Grace
In the work of the Society Ostrander J5 Lake Elbert
JAYCETTE8 Drive. rL4: v
LINGERIE ACCESSORIES The Winter Haven JaycetUs ?

'. .... .. will have a potluck supper Tuesday LEGION AUXILIARY
><
<
k t. night at eight o'clock at the The American Legion Auxll
home of Mrs. D. C. Waters.All lary I to reminding all member
member are being urged to of the dinner honoring the department ,
attend. President Mr*. t.. A.
BEYMER TEA Roberts on her official visit
Kathryn's Shop The WSCS of Beymer Methodist The dinner will be held at the
Church will have an en Ram ads Inn In Lakeland, y

.. .. ., November 1 *( 7 p.m All unitsIn
".:JS!' 1f <4< --- '''''''Y'' fT I the County are urged to te

present Reservation U

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FIRST BAPTISTAll
uuzL tilL cln members of the Woman's
Missionary Union of the First
Baptist Church, all prospective
members and all new church
member are being extended a
I cordial Invitation to attend the
enlistment coffee to be held on
Tuesday morning at '::30 a.m.
in the new educational building.
Mrs C. H. Twllchell general A7'r'
chairman of (the coffee. A general .

low. monthly meeting will ol.


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f DAILY NtWS-CHIW, Sunday November I I. '1964 Page 22 Advice Helps! In The Dish

e ) ..! -",. '''' :., Spice
Car Pools To


of Add butter a couple to the of milk Ubleipoqn for cut- Rim Smoothly Pleases The PalateSAN

sold pies before scalding the

\; .... Thte' will\ make themhrevvas BLOOMINGTON, 111. (UPI) -

.. Mad attractive on top Where no echool bus service FRANCISCO UPI) really popular In preparation of

l& Available, a car pool In which The day of plain 01' meat and.. vegetable courses
Keep clothe off the floor mothers rotate driving young potatoes 1st on the wane; more "A woman gets tired of the

when Ironing by placing a card sters/ to school a solution that and more hi..ewlves are will. same old creamed spinach so
cable under the small md of t saves time and money for all ing to take a culinary chance she adds a little rosemary ant
the Ironing board roncerned. and live a little." gives It an entirely new rtiarar.

r However, there are problemsto ter"
"' This Is apparent In an Increasing
i consider If you Join such a awareness and Inter The executive offered a short

PERSONALIZEDCHRISTMAS pool cautions Norval P. Coekter est on using herbs and spices In course in spices for the neo.
I senior vice president of r all types of dally cooking says phyte. The idea ts to start mod.

State Farm Mutal Automobile saw at Fred CaUaluri, president of the estly, he said, by selecting per.
Insurance Co. Spice Islands Co., South San haps six herbs and four spices
l 'Flrat, If you're driving other Francisco.\ of distinctly different scent and
people's children In your car flavor.
s In one recent )year the whole.sale
regularly you should consider value of herbs and spices
raising your liability coverage," sold in the United States was The herbs might be basil or

says Coelzer. t $125 million double that of oregano; marjoran or thyme
He said that the $20,000 or so 20 bay leaves, rosemary, tarragon
years ago.Caligiurl
most people carry to cover per.sonal : ticks off these rea. or savory. Spices could be rare
domom or mace ginger, cumin.
disappear
Injury claims can sons: people travel more and ;
quickly In case of a serl or anise seed, spire parlslenne.
are exposed to cosmopolitan
J ous accident involving a number herbs Before adding them to the
rookery more and more
;
a of people especially children. available recipe taste the unseasoned
Medical payments coverage,a and spires and blends are base smell the seasoning

GREETING CARDS J ,' ..\ good Investment anytime becomes doctors on grocery don't take store such shelves a dim; several times and taste the

me" a letting 'Impression ) J J' even more so If you are view of spices any more; and unseasoned product often while

on your friend and loved j .. driving In such a pool he added. since times are better, women cooking.
This kind of Insurance
pays
don't mind taking a chance on
.
one I; J'I for the medical expenses re.
cooking something new. Gradually, you become more
HALLMARK, GIISON suiting from an accident re
., .. "If you know the ground rulesof knowledgeable on what ingre.dients
AND MANY OTHERSTO gardless of who is at fault, thus Im.
using spices, they'll help emphasize the nationalor
CHOOSE FROM MR. AND MRS. CHARLES CORDON WALKERCOATESWALKER assuring that you can meet your f prove your cooking" he said. regional tastes of food. For
moral to the children
obligation Callgiurl whose company instance, adding gar lie, parsley,
you carry. grew from a "backyard" wine basil or oregano tomato sauce
Another coverage especially vinegar operation In 1941 to a results In an authentic Italian
Winter Haven Important for pool drivers la
present.day multl-mllllon dol. sauce for spaghetti, or, using
uninsured motorist Insurance.Available .
lar spice herb, tea and vinegar curry distinguishes the foods of
Gordon Walker of Mr. and
son
Book Store The Fir.I t Presbyterian Mrs Harrlsh Walker. at low rates, this pro. business, said spices are cur. India.
Church was the setting on October torte you and your passengers in
272 Central Ave. West 23 for the wedding of Miss The Rev. James R.Dlackwood situations where a motorist with
performed the double-rtng tern
Sandra Louise Coates, daughterof no Insurance or a hit.rundriverIs
Winter Mrs. Vlr"lnla R. Coates and mony in a setting of cancllalljht. responsible for an ac.
Haves Florida Mrs. Edwin K. Deasley was JOINER FREY I
James L. fetes and Charles cldent.In {
violinist and Mrs. Florence Cox

Wilson was organist. this situation, your own Joiner Is
Mrs. George Jefferson An early January wedding
Given in her
marriage by
Insurance pays the amount (up Jr., announces the engagement planned. Final plans will be announced -
Specials for father, the radiant bride wore to the limits of the coverage) cf her daughter, Jeanetteto later.Modacrylic,
a gown of peau de sole with an
for which the person at fault Jr,
John Raymond Frey
MONDAY overlay of sheer Alencon lace. Is liable. In most states, this son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ray
She wore a headpiece of seed coverage does not apply to dam. mond Frey Sr., of Winter Haven fibers 'Dynel,
101' TUESDAY pearls. Her bridal bouquet was age or destruction of property. Florida. Verel) require the lowest iron

of white orchids. "These problems ought to be The bride-elect Is the daughter ing temperature approximately
101' WEDNESDAY The bride was attended by thoroughly discussed when you of the late GeorgeJefferson 225 degrees for satisfactory results -
\ her sister, Mrs. Charles Deai-
are setting up your car pool Jr. She .
Joiner, was graduated
lev, as matron of honor, and arrangement-it's not bad idea
her sister, Miss Sara Jo Coaies, from Mitchell County High
to have a qualified Insurance Our sincerest thanksto
School and Katherine Glbbs Secretarial -
i as bridesmaid. The attendantswore agent sit in, if possible," CoeU School. She Is employed all the wonderful .
of beige and gold silk people
gowns .
DRY CLAN! ter said.A .
at the Cotton Producers Association
faille. They carried bouquets of the Winter Haven area
In Atlanta, Is a memo
of gold and bronze chrysanthemums. few other tips for getting for gracious acceptance .
ber of the Hawthorne Trail your
those to school
youngsters
Make sure the children Chapter D. A. R,, and Is Recording during our open house

Mrs. Coates selected for her know that whoever is driving Is Secretary and Charter celebration held Thurs.-Fri.-
Member of the Georgia Geneo-
daughter's wedding, a gown of the boss; forbid roughhousingthat logical SocIety. Sat tn' our new location at
blue and silver lame with match. can distract the driver.
Miss Joiner Is the grand Only l 167 Ave. A, NW. Your wonderful .
ing accessories.Mrs. Have seat belts In every Lv
Walker chose a pink car in the pool and make the daughter of Mrs. James Price comments end patronage .
McRee of Camilla and the late 45f
silk suit with matching accessories children use them. This also overwhelms us and w*
Mr. McRee and the late Mr.
for her son's wedding. will help cut down on horseplay. f
William H. Walker of Ormond and Mrs. George J. Joiner,Sr., Shopping wii again say "Thank You". We

SHORT Beach attendud his brother and also of Camilla. invite to come back
as Keep your temper pull Mr. you
Frey was graduated from
best man. Groomsman was How over to the curb to deal with Charlotte Hall Military Academy ii Days often and remind you thatwe
.
an T. willson of Gainesville.A .
commotion.
-5 any Charlotte Hall, Maryland, always have free parking
Forbid any candy or Ice
GARMENTS and attended Stetson College 'f II for
our customers.
cream on a stick concoctions
buffet supper was held at He Is a member of Delta Sigma
t.. a'Uht hurt children'smouthror
the home of the bride's father P.tat Phi Fraternity He Is employ { Christmas
,
in case of sud.den
1325 Evelyn Drive, I !followlnpthe\ stop or eyes swerve ed by North American Acceptance '
wedding TJ* Corporation Inc., In At.
Mi's. Douglas B.MacColl ugh, lanta. mmiunm I w
with the
Mix older children
and Mrs. Howard T. Willson of Mr. Frey Is the grandson of
and make the older
little
Gainesville assisted with the ones, the late Mr. and Mrs.John Ash-
ones responsible for keeping ford Proctor
hospitalities.For of Washington
a wedding trip to the order. D. C., and Mrs Charles Jefferson -
99 Always discharge and pickup A Trusted Name for Dependable Service -
Gulf Beaches, Mrs.Walker wore Frey and the late Dr.
a beige wool suit with matching the youngsters at the curb Frey, formerly of Silver Appliances Televlilon Srerve-HiFI e Air CeiriMeiertU7
accessories .Ide. and, it at all possible, on Spring, Maryland. These lgsen DOWNTOWN AYE. A, N.W. CY 3-1&20
the same side of street as the
school



It was GRACE announced LUTHERN that the The GARDENIA Gardenia Garden CLUB ClubIs CRAFTED FOR FLORIDA LIVING

Bazaar of Grace Lutheran announcing a change In their
Church would be held on December date and time for the regular
1, when the Naomi Circle meeting this week, The meeting COMFORTABLE RATTAN FINISHED IN ORIENTAL WALNUTThe
of the Woman's Guild met this will be held tomorrow, Insteadof
week at the home of Mrs David Tuesday, Election Day, at 9
Wright Mrs. Lottie Schmidt a.m. at the home of Mrs. Tom Lorado Ensemble '

presented a program on"Poise Snlvely on Lake Eloise Each
of (he Christian Woman." Mrs. member la being reminded to F'

LONG Martin Halabrln Jr., chairman bring their own equipment to d s
reminded the group that the make Christmas arrangements. SmartlyDesignedCraftsman.Built Jf t ?
5 Naomi Circle would t*In charge U X

of the food booth for the bazaarGuests Add sugar to frozen fruits before -

GARMENTS at the session were Mrs. freezing to retain the nat Well-Constructed' A .
James O'Brien Mrs. Vernon ural color and vitamin content 1
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Sundoy, November I I, 1964
WINTER HM! N DAILY NEWS CH IEF-WINTER HAW; FLORiDA, Page Twenty-Three


Key Club Holds



Board 01 PILLSBURY'S
MeetingThe a
6 1 SWEET or BUTTERMILK

Winter Haven Senior I
High School Key Club btlj
their BISCUITSWHERE
monthly board meclmg:
Thursday nitfit at Cypress Tin
Co, ;MARMIRTBB r _
Attending the meeting were H \ie0' \
Jim Alderman. Tom Steele f
Joe MatMs Bob Muitelwhite reg Sccan
John McKay Paul Myers and
Bill Parker. wk ,
AIM at the meeting were
John Katroi, Kiwanis sponsor. SHOPPING LIMIT 4 PLEASE
Carl String. sponsor-elect and
Larry Houwr, Kiwanis tdvis- IS A PLEASURE!
or.
Discussed at the meeting a
was the annual Homecoming,
Parade which ii sponsored by
the Key Club. This year It will --, I SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT-
be held on Friday Nov. 13, at
4 p.m. The club will award INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
prizes for the best floats at
the dance following the game r. fepfl"i /
Also discussed was the tale 1. \ "STEAK SALE"SIRLOIN
of Christmas cards given to
the club by the American Stu.
dent Exchange Program Part
of the money received throughthe YOUR CHOICE
: '
tale of these cards will be
given to the exchange pro .t
'
gram. f +
Those attending the Denison-
West wood game tonight are
reminded that the Key Club t T-BONE
still has Blue Devil megaphones lb.
which will be on sale 99C
.:

Duplicate a........ ROUND (boneless)




Bridge ClubThe ... : CHUCK STEAKS lb.59C

director Dr. W, D.Burt .
announced a charity bridge HUNT'S YELLOW-CLING : i "
game tomorrow and no game In Swllt"'MI.'hct4 ; i ;Jl T )

Winter Mrs Haven W. D. Burt Wednesday.was hostessat HALVED DELICIOUSPEACHES New England Loaf;; ,': 39 '

Monday's game when there
WASHDAY SPECIAL
were ten tables In play. I Swllt't Premium .'.u nnawd.er .r

A Lakeland point in pair the won north-south the master Sandwich Chubs ft;: 29* GIANT DETERGENT

section, Mrs. C. W, Thompsonand
0, O. Feaster Jr. Second
and third places were won by
Winter Haven players, Mrs. FAB
Frank Staper and Robert Thorn-
hill and Mrs. ll. G. Morris and
Ted Harland. Fourth place wentto 2 #2Vz 49C't. \
Mrs. Pearl Flesher, Lakeland -
and Mrs. Ted Flanlgan cons gf,
Winter Haven.A 19LIMIT
Lakeland team was first in I pkg.
the east-west section Mrs.
J. W. Grishelmer and Mrs.
Eric Murray. Mrs. John 1 PER CUSTOMER
Mac Nelsh and Mrs. Richard j
WITH PURCHASES OF $I OR MORE
Bock of Winter Haven won a .
doic11 feme e
half master polnU.Mr*. RobertW.1Bb produce ,
ajid.Mj*. Ott Porter" -
Winter Haventwere third with FLORIDA GROWNAVOCADOS I ,
Dr. and Mrs W. D. Burt in ,
I fourth place. Household BI.oehCLOROX
Mrs. Frank Stator was hostess -
I for Wednesday's game with .
eight tables in play 49c
Winter Haven players won 0 jug
the first two places In the !\' w Limit I ptooie with purcKoiei of $3 or morel)
north south section. Mrs. H.G.
Morris, Mrs Elizabeth Johnson FfrP Flavorful
first and A. C. Hancock and each
Robert Tnornhlll, second | 9c sru #303
:
SLICED BEETS 10
A Naples couple, Mr. and --- con
Mrs. F. R. Otte won third
.
place.In the east-west section Mrs L4. Mussclmon't TongyAPPLE
Pat Voft and Mrs. Ted Flani- dairy specials
gan were first Dr. and Mrs.W SAUCE 425-01. $1
D. Burt,Winter Haven,plac-. P.". Cm Oil PRICES EFFECTIVE
ed second Guests from Columbia

S.. C.were Mr.third.and Mrs NolanShiner MargarineIracktlwie's '.ft. 29MONDAY, TUESDAY, PU9uXa Very FineD

COV\CIL 1FSAfE; Asserted '1...? WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER : Prune Juice . 3 bot.fit.. $1

NEW YORK 'UPI'-A sound Yogurt 3 hell 492, 3, 4'l964WINTER
International strategy for economic Chicken of The See
and social development, HAVEN STORES ONLY os. $|
designed to narrow the gap between D Chunk Tuna. . 3 eons I

rice paddy"the peasant and the wading astronautIn the frozen> foods _. ..ov............ VOLUMl "'0. 1 Untie Ben's

orbit" Is urged by the National $MW Crap On" PARTY PIE BOOK 6 01.
Council of Churches In a fConcentrate ". 0 tnV'rl\ D Wild I Rice .. . . p... 65-
meuage for World Order Sunday 4'..., $1 JW VOlUMl "'0. IHAMBURGER
Oct 11. SMW Crap OnofeConcentrate Untie Eeit'i
AND
The theme of this year'a observance 6 **' *
"A" World Economy ",.::. 49 20 VOLUME BINDER HOT DOG BOOK D Curry Rice . . p... 39
Under Ood emphasizes the
need for building up deprived Merle.Gee.e... Ch.celete 79' 39'' Uncle h,,'*
areas. especially In 60 new nations ." -r only' '10 e*. *
Cake (D White Beans 251OO
59
born since tU, said theRe ,.7:: Pkg,
? Dr Kenneth L Maxwell,
executive director of the National O w"a
Council Department of III 100 IOO IOO ENJOY THE

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One thing the woods we full of besides trees Is br cans.
As a possible solution, one enterprising engineer came up with
the Ides of ming old beer cans si spacer blocks OB plywood pillets.

_. American Plywood AwoclutliHi technologist scoffed. at fb. Ides Mare
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then tried H. It works 'just lot for a I low-coet tiptodabkpillet.
REESE HOUSE Mr. and Mn. Jon Reese recently purchased through FHA this
W hut's more, the supply of seems limbless
I pleasant 2 bedroom home located on Shirley Court in Eagle Lake. Mr. Reese Is employedby spur put
Ride Coca.cola Company. The sale transaction was handled by Malcolm Tetreault, Associate -
BATES HOME Mr. and Mrs. Claude F. Bates Jr. have recently purchased this
of Town ft Country Real Estate. home at 2203 Avenue B, SW. Mr. Bates Is property claims supervisor for the State Farm Insuruire .
>vd" JI'l Company transferred here from Norfolk Virginia. They have two sons, one In the Air
Extra Trash Cans bPw'l "",: Force, the other In East Carolina College. They are members of the Methodist Church. Russell
rakes of Town Country Real Estate handled the transaction.EVERYTHING .

Aid Basement .. .
For

Dependable HousekeepingKeep ::
:: : -e _
your basement looking \\
neat end tidy and reduce the In Lumber and Materials
Plumbing possibility of fire by placing a Building
couple flr*.resistant trash containers
Service. in "strategic" areas,
The small galvanized steel LET US FURNISH THE MATERIALSFOR

cans-10 or 15-gallon sizes lire
CALL ideal for this UM One in the. THE ENTIRE JOB!
laundry area and another alongside
dad's workbench will work It If you are building or remodeling, you can save on the
wonders in keeping the area cost of materials by purchasing them through ui. '"
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MACPlumbing 'policed Substantial savings are yours when we can deliver your %j
It's important in buying receptacles supplies 'In a quantity order Spreading your purchases
for this
purpose you around to several to Let
placet is costly you. us
Co. select those which do not burn
Inasmuch u they frequently will give you e price on materials for the entire job

210 Sixth St.. S.W. collect paper, rags, wood shavIngs ,
and other flammable items
Should a Are start, it will simply Witter, Haven Mills
burn itself. out In a steel an.oU Planinj

lUMIIft IOO'UlCa PAINTl. U$H, ,1001) HAllvm
LEISURE SHORES Mr and Mrs Jim Cutler recently moved Into their modern custom-
built home at 2038 Leisure Drive NW, Mr. Cutler self-employed and partner of Dage 11* fltttt $t $W fH'CriiV'
< (J PONT> LUCITE PAINT Cutler and Associates The Cutlers are originally from ColumbusOhio. The sale was negotiated
by Charles Chupp of Space Land Company Inc.


New RefrigeratorFreezersOffer


Four-Point Program 100 FLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGES

$5 "Recent developments In refrigerators

GAL A Michigan Extension State are.University exciting.Service"Cooperative says the. t used in an entire day's bake-off atPillsbury's

.In a new booklet q
w .15 rA'u1swwserww The booklet, "Choosing and
DOESN'T DRIP / Using Your Refrigerator," was NATIONAL BAKE-OFF
published by the Extension ServIce
RUN OR SPATTER to help families choose the k *
right refrigerator or refrlger I5 AI
atorfreeter for their particular
needs and budgetA .
new model does more than I I .
just keep food cold, the booklet
$688 points out
1. It helps guard the health of
T'i14 your family by retarding food It r to
House. + spoilage,
2, It offers temperatures from II'
As.f IA+M FOODS FOR ALL THE FAMILY llI
cool to cold to below freetlng. This
new refrigerator
MASONRY OR WOOD 3. It protects your pocketbookyou freezer holds a week's family
I
can buy in larger quantities fare and plenty to spare for '
save on leftovers cut down t a
waste. friends who come to dinner I .

4. It requires little of you. makers, and separate specially
Stressing the .Importance of cooled and humidified comp.rt.I .
combination refrigerator-free I men I. for meat and vegetablesand
ers the booklet points out that fruit.
these units have separate sections | Some models feature I fresh d' ,
for the storage of fresh and food section designed to maintain r v :
frozen foods. The freezer section, top quality by surrounding ,
which has an Insulated door, 'i foods with still, moist air This
maintains tero-degree temperatures I' permits longer storage at above f
TurfBurr to permit the rapid frees 1, freezing temperatures y i s. _
( Ing of foods and their long.term Families will hive no trouble
storage without loss of flavor or finding new model with a built
texture. I Iin look. Almost all refrigerator 9' yr i
p ( Tt1LI.a One of the mOlt talked-about freezers today have square corners 4 sN
ad'en-,se features of new electric refrlgerator : and doors thai allow\ i close
{ ...- jiI r .freezers Is no defrosting : fit to adjacent walls and cabinets .' fN
.. Many models completely eliml.. I The trend In refrlgfrator
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ia.iiiiiiI -:- note messy manual defrosting .In 'freezer sites is toward larger :
I both fresh food and freezer sections capacities according the( MichIgan _
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A few of the other features to lies have found they can fit anew
look for .In modern refrigeratorfreezer. large-capacity unit In the + ePillsbury's

Include swing-out or same floor space their old model Bake-Off Finals, September 14 at Americana Hotel, Miami Beach
pull-out shelves, special storage used to occupy This Is due in
Builder space for tall bottles butter and part to the development of new 100 finalist won $100,000 in prizes.. Flamelew electric range were used
egg keepers! automatic ire cube thinner Insulating materials exclusively to cook and bake their prize-winning recipes at the

amazingly low average cost of about 7'X per range!
I for small bag Use Steel Pails galvanised steel, pails. The<
pails are ideal for this UM what
95 ci large when size bought/ with As Painting Aid with their carrying Urge handles.site and Theyeven convenient It proves once again: flnmcless{ ELECTRIC COOKINGIs

Short of paint canal have a lip around the edge cleanest coolest safest".and CHEAPEST tool!
A good solution to this problem for removing excess paint from ,
Is to borrow one of mother the brush
You $2 the combination. It's the
save on
BRAND PRIZE WINNER MISS JANIS
best deal we've ever had on Turf Builder / BOYKIN, 17, of Melbourne. FU. er
and her home economics teacher,
the Trionized; grass fertilizer. And we Mrs. Jane Newman, admire the

have it just at the time lawns in this area J S l electric range on which she cooked '
11.1. I her $25.000 firt-priie-winn gce' In .Mrtesl L J
should be fertilized. You'll)) love the I y Peacheeey Pie." w yes geRAL

results you'll)) get using Turf Builder ELEC F

AND YOU'LL BE SAVING ARTHUR ANDRES, On Manager, '

now.MONEY TOO'! 1I JLlIJgJll1fSJEVERYTHING!! hands General a check Electric for $7 Range.68 to electric Dept ,"-',

.+ company official, for the entire
day's coat of elertnnty
CEMENT Rye Grass Seed to Build Anything! All the New and
Better Materials What Yen Want Where
BIRDBATHS and When You Want Itl Equipped to Render a Today'i electric conga on Waded

S and.rdy.ell pedeitalt attractive l S450 I 10 1 UL 97* Complete Builder Building and Homeowner.Ffv Supply Service. to Both Contract at u UA your.. appliance ftaturt deoler'a.*, See ttttn

(limit 20 Ibi.) lib. UeOlv .ee.ee.eee.e.e.e..eeee.ea
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Alsudsem Aedq a Jdeuute WI. a D.
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W. ARRtLLSfttJJjtiU w. geaRM PIywMd 11 .. than to use it in combination with :

Gly.S FREE COUNTYWIDE DELIVERY flame-type fuels .;
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: SOUTHEAST PLAZA 293-3131 Tampa Electric Company
crrdess .... Rifle Kong Rood Wlater Hove. Florid
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DID YOU DATE DAD BECAME OQ S0, 5IDYOUFAUINV $MT- ( A WEEK BEFORE / "WiS
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I Earlier In the week many
people thought the the whole sky

1 was lit up, and It was with the
/, I new lights around the Little Is Here

: I League baseball field, and that's Chapter Organized

g about as NEW as you can get. .

: People trouble are around having the a community great dealof


trying: to get home In the evenings .
because to their surprise,
IsStressed
lk" the obvious route has been detoured Leadership

The ,Beckwlth and that's and ;.cH'. ri. 112 Jewett Students

families wish to express their
sincere appreciation for the ByOrganization


\ i by time thoughtfulness so of many their friends bereavement shown during to them last the Listed On Honor RollListed


week. .
Calling aU beauticians. The
below are the names GRADE SD Warren Delone
Gardenia Beautician Club, Unit
19 are sponsoring a two day of the students who successfully Bridges, Yvonne Patsy McFad- The Winter Haven Chapter of

clinic where they will feature a obtained high averages for den, Monzella Jacobs, Juanita the New Farmers of America

nationally know guest stylist, the first six weeks of study Howell. and Jlmmle Lee Brown. -- was recently organized at the

along with two color tech- there by giving them the distinction GRADE 6A Deborah Bryant, Jewett High School.
nicians. of being on the Honor Benita Miller, Sheila Bonle, The New Farmers of AmericaIs

The clinic will begin on Roll. Valdere Nuby, Dianna Ivory, a national organization of

.d November 9th through the 10th, GRADE 4A- -Perry Hardaway, Susan Perry, and Gloria Mc- boys studying Vocational Agriculture .
Evelyn Henderson, Otis Car- Neal schools
from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. at the in the public
--- American Legion Hall on First wise, Jackie Howell, Reuben GRADE 6B Delores Elaine throughout the United States.

.- ....... Street In Florence Villa. Williams, Martha Henderson, Woodard, Constance Dortha Organized in Virginia In May,

There will be a Linda Cain, Dawna Ragster, Woolfolk, Columbus Bridges, 1927, with a few chapters and
NEW SHOP Mrs. Laura McNeal receives the full treatment of $3.00, so all registrationfee beauticiansturn and Mary E. Lee. and Rodney Earl Bellamy. members It has expanded until

from Mrs. Lottie Leonard at her new location at 307 Ave. U, N&:. out and be GRADE 4B Victor V. Crum- GRADE 6C Armetta Howell now it numbers over IOOOchap.

I Mrs. Leonard recently moved to her new home and place of bust- work. prepared to ity, Janice Darby, Rosebud Andrews and Irma Mobley. -t1 ters and over 60,000 active members *

ness. Mrs. Little Leonard has recently David Lewis, Sheila GRADE 6D Dorothy Lawrence 1 ,
opened the doors Grice, Janice Lawrence, and Robinson Lawrence,Ron- eS The New Farmers of Americais
to her
new beauty salon at 307 Ave Brenda Bowman. ald Clark, Christopher A, Darby a non profit organization
1 U, NE. She it GRADE BA Jeanette Pelt, and Brenda Laster. which has for Its purpose the
specializing In
Soft Silks Vlnette House, Sheryl Bottle, GRADE 7 James H. Am- development of Its members In
Club Flngw Waving, Lu.tr. .-
Jewett De C T. Silk, Hair Weaving, Manicures ders Willie Morgan, and Walter San mons, Scotty W. Clark, Deborah their vocational, social and recreational .

and all of the latest In Williams, Bernice Jordan, agriculture Is taught.
I' Cosmetology. GRADE 5B Deborah Camp- Charles Henderson, Patricia \.i., The organization affords Its
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Mrs. Leonard bell, Dwayne Carglle, Anita English! Charles Milliard, An- # members an excellent opportunity -

Elects 1964 Officers at the Sunlight spent the Beauty summer Davis, Kalvln Jones, and. Jay- drea Millet, Janice Burney, : to develop a type of leadership *
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School lyn Menchan. Emma Jean Hill, Gwendolyn ; which Is essential for the
specializing In all of the
GRADE EC Janice Walker and .fIf.
latest styles that will make Conyers Jerome Major. modern successful citizen. The
female attractive.Mr any Larry Hardaway, and Barbara GRADE 8 Almarla Adams, '' :.;. .,1, leadership ability Is developed

The Jewett High Diversified Isaac Welch Parllmentarlan Wiggins. Patricia Ammons, Eva K. King, [ ...... ..Mvn n through Judging, public speak.
Cooperative Training Club began Johnny Dowens Treasurer and Mrs. Leonard are Brenda Green, Johnny Addison, log, chapter contest, and from

Its new 'school year under Under the supervlslonof making their home at this address and Sandra L. Henry. ACCIDENT This car was Involved In an Wednesday the training received through the

I the supervision of a new Coordinator Green the club seems to be progressing also and they are Inviting Post GRADE .0 Saundra Miller, evening. at the corners ofFlrstSt.and cI.nt driver work of the chapter committees

A. L. Green. Under at a rapid rate. With all of their friends to Legion Anthony James, Perman Mc- William Alexander was charged with failure to yield the right of under supervision of the local

his leadership, the club sees Ms full co-operation we Intendto stop by Intosh, Winnie P. Ackerman, way. Winter Haven patrolman Don Neal wh investigated the advisor. The NFA activities de.
new hopes and greater achelve- keep this rate constant. The charming Miss Carolyn John L. Doles, Stephanie Snead, mishap estimated the damage to the Ford about $400. A cut- velop boys Into capable rural

merits. The elasshasbeentlven Datts returned to Winter Haven 201 Holds Andrew Lewis, Larry Johnson, down truck was the other vehicle Involved driven by Lonnie Lewis. leaders and are designed to supplement .

a general' Idea: of what Is to recently under not so pleasant Frederick Peters, and General training opportunities

come In the future and the Importance circumstances However, her Gaskin. for boys who are progressing toward .
of planning for the Bethel A.M.E. many friends were very pleasedto GRADE 10 William Scott, Lake Alfred News the goal of proficiency In

future. The Club has begun raising see her again. As of this Here Valparlsla Robinson, Janella a vocation.
money to send delegates to Church Slates writing Miss Batts Is probably Meeting Plummer, Gloria Monroe, The purposes for which this
the state meeting in Pensacolaon back in New York where she I.a Is Frankle Harris, Samuel Carter The Fruitland Park P. T. A. you please come out for and organization Is formed are as
Youth Vernon Kinsler, Nancy met Monday evening with a good enjoyable service. .
follows
Program registered nurse. She departed t
the 18-17 of April, 1965. Asa November 3rd is
discussionwas Tuesday,
attendance. A panel a
primary source of ral.lngmon.y yesterday from the Tampa The Seventh Division of theAm.rlcan Pugh, Johnny Henderson, Linda 1. To develop competent, aggressive
great day in the life of all true
conducted Mrs. Gamble
the airport. Bon Voyage. Legion held their Mld- Campbell Yvonne James,Linda by leadership
club has been selling
The young members of the The theme was: What Can I Do Americans. Don't be a slacker,
2.
and James Slack.
Go-Team The Little League Rag Tag Winter Conlltl'o1"! Saturday King To encourage Intelligent
ribbons Other Bethel A, M. E. Church located To Help My Child The Teach go to the polls and vote. A vote-
sources of football games are now under- evening at the American GRADE 11 Gerald Terrell, choice of vocation.
accumulating mon- In South Winter Haven will and The School? less life Is a hopeless life Vote.
con er,
ey have also been discussed. way with games being played Legion Hall Post 201 with Ben- James McIntosh, Frank Tim- 3. To encourage- members In
duct i Youlh Day chain of services The members Included ------ -
The possibility of very Tuesday and Thursday nit Favors, Seventh Division mons, Thaddeus Jones, Eliza- panel : the development individual
meetingwith on Sunday November a beginning Mesdames Frankle Juanita
other D. C. T. clubs from evenings abler the new lights Commander from Tampa presiding beth Wilburn, Donzell Floyd, Clay, farming programs
the other schools during the at 9:45 a.m. concluding armed 1M Little League baseball over the meeting Leslie Davis, and Richard San- Butler and Ruth Crawford. Male 4. To encourage members to

school year has also been discussed will with feature the 6i30 choirs p.m. servletwtitch from cities ..... The presence of parents The Women's Auxiliary also ders. participants and were Adamson AibertulMault.by LBJ Burns Improve the home and surround
friend will certainly GRADE 12 William Court Harry ings.
by the members of the as met conducting their business In ,
Polk
club. throughout County. faMptee die youagsters, and the presence of their special\ ney, Robert Sanders, Marsh- Many points of Interest were 5. To participate In worthy

Personality traits and The believe It or MX. bw the gamesare guest, Mrs. E. A. Roberts, whoIs alone Harris Jessie Broken- brought out with pointed questions undertakings for the Improvement .
em- guest speaker for the
ployer employee relationship morning service will be Grant pretty eseitts*. why not the stale president from Dade burr, Walter Gaskin, Benzell and answers Mrs Crawford Win Poll of agriculture
climaxed the discussion
have been com out and support the ac- Floyd, Robert King, Fredle by 6. To practice and encourage
greatly expressed.The Joel, teacher
a at the Jewett City.Mrs. the What
of UM of Patricia Rose asking group: Are We thrift.
club's members have been High School. tlrtttee youngsters Margaret Hamilton of Young, Renvy
Interviewed by various Florence Villa. Tampa and president of the Seventh Lewis, Leola TUlman, Kenneth Doing? 7. To develop character,train
employers -
In the This writer would like to express Division presided nor the James. A total of $36.00 was raised At JewettThe for useful citizenship, and fosterpatriotism.
community. Many for dues and .
Rev A. Coles, and the young membership .
of the club's members his gratitude on the cooperation meeting Mrs. Gussle Clark,
have
already -
been members are extending an Invitation which was received In president of the local post was The Gay Ninety Program will S. To participate In cooperative .

begun to experience employed the and have to everyone to come the printing of two peges of news the hostess be held Monday night at the Social Studies Department effort.

of life. realities and participate so that the en- In the Progress Issue. As long Both groups discussed the Robinson In school auditorium. Everyone is supervised a straw vote election 9. To provide and encouragethe
tire days activities will be Invited to come out and take part,
The officers elected for the a as the news keeps coming, I coming activity in support of the at Jewett High School on Oct. development of organized
also to witness Mesdames Wal
school year ef-lIhr.as follow success promise to give you a complete Crippled Children's Hospital and 28, during an extended home. recreational activities
Clara lace and Gamble In their best
Misses Mlnnlefleld
Robert Sanders President and coverage. I've often stated thatI the three Veterans Hospitals In room period. This activity was 10. To strengthen the confidence
Melvin Davis Vice President Charlotte Mobloy will art as. couldn't do It by myself. I the state. A dance was given Sat AttendanceAt Sunday attires a followup to their National Convention of farm boys and young
chairman friends of Mrs. Etta
Clara Mlnnlefleld Secretary and cochairman re..pectlvell thank you very much. .May urday night In support of the Ed. The many which was held last men In themselves and In their
Barnev the sudden
Ood bless you all. cuational Fund to assist some regret passing spring. Both activities helped to work.
of her husband Fred Barnes.
worthy child In pursuit of acollege teach the students their civic 11. To encourage Improve.
ConferenceCanary They were formally of Lake Alfred
education. t responsibility in knowing about ment In scholarship
but had lived In Auburndalefor
Both reported having 12. To create and mature a
groups local, national and state' issues
time .
had successful meetings climax some Results of the national election love of country life
Mrs. Bertha West is still
ed with a nice turnout for the were as following
Robinson principal of confined to the Winter Haven
daiice. Jewett Hlih.Elem.ntar", attended Hospital, also Mrs Mary MeGriff. Lyndon B. Johnson and
---- ---- Hubert H. Humphrey 691.
the Annual Conference of Mrs. Lulu Brown Is home Let Us Pray
Goldwater and
Barry W11.
Principals and Supervisors convalescing. .
Ham Miller ..
Fred BarnesServices which was sponsored by Flo. Mesdames McGrlff, Annie
In
rids State Department of Edu Wallace and Eva M. King attend. the gubernatorial race: Let Us Pray. 0 Lord "Createin
Burns f...
Haydon
cation In cooperation with Florida ed the Woman's Day Service at me a clean heart, 0 God
AUf University, Tallahassee Mt. Zion Baptist Church Au. Charles Holley 251. and renew a right spirit withinme.
HeldFuneral October 2223. burndale. Everty student askel to en. ." (Amen)
courage his parents and friends
The theme for this conferencewas Mrs. Amy Williams has re-
services were held "Planning For Optimum turned home after spending a to vote on No.3. Will you? In looking on Gods word I

4&A' for Fred Barnes who died last Pupil Achievement Outstanding week with her mother In Monti- -- notice now continuing John associates

: Monday at the St. John's Baptist personalities In the fieldof cello. love and faith with eternal .

A' Church with the Rev.Earl Wright education were present, and The men of Bethel Baptist life I was not told when I

officiating.He shared valuable Information with Church are planning a great day was a girl that "God so loved
had been a resident of Auburndale those who attended on the second Sunda during the 4t the world that he gave his only

since 1943 settling In Robinson stated, "The meet- month of November. We have begotten son that whosoever

the Adams Grove section. At Ing was very profitable because seats reserved for \ '' won't lleveth In him should have everlasting

the time of his death Barnes and I was able to bring usable life." What I was told, I

his wife Etta resided at 714 Information to the faculty to help well remember was, that God

1 r Hobbs Lane, Auburndale. Improve the quality of Instructions so loved the world that If I

He Is survived by his widow, at our school, Jewett High- trusted In him I was to have a
three sons, one daughter, three "
Elementary. called
thing peace, or I was to
brothers and one sister. -- - have rest or joy and safety.ButI
All arrangements and services had to find out for myself

Most of ui think about the future in ,,'. .uw rO' bn S.II'"'' BoxJt .N 'tkt the Charles were under A. the Lewis direction Funeral of MorticiansTo that whosoever trusteth In him

terms of paying off the mortgage, Payroll flan/ ..4",., yew .,.,.k. A ISO Home whosoever loveth him, for trust
with Ambrose
E. Austin
educating the children providing a Bond r".,. ijj, a |75 Reed IUJI.aito directing. 4 r Is Mil) the avenue to love, !hath
retirement income. pew ran bay IAt" IN. imt llmt.ti .everlasting..

for en'y' e hue flol/.,. pay tI.,. Or try -- -
'It is Meet In
But with the world the war AUBURNDALE NEWS Love must be eternal It Is
IA"/ at taufc. V.
mtngkt eAerpeplane
e
y <
today It's almost Impossible to make /or tAe irrvtffy The Woman's Day Program what God is on the last analysis,
for your own future without held at Mt. Zion Baptist Church then love ls life, love never

considering the future of your country last Sunday proved to be a huge falleth and life never falleth, so
too. '. teHes I Reeds far growth success. Mrs. Julia Miller of Winter Haven long as there Is love

When you buy U. S. Savings Series H far sunset "ln ma.Seme Winter Haven, amemberof First

Bonds* your money takes on both Baptist Church and a teacher at Pictured above Is Walter God 18 love.

Jobs. It grows to build your financial eke tklnf ....* the Jewett High School was the D. A. Boyd and Sons Funeral Mann SO a senior at Florida
strength. feels f '.,",1 speaker of the morning service Home of 17"I First St.. NE AIM University Mann Is a Oh God please touch every

At the same time, It helps Uncle e TM get J1H% Mere ....y Her address was Inspiring, spiritual Winter Haven will play host to Biology major and hopes to American and give us thy Ive.R. .
and ,,he* ts., mews and Informative. the Sod Regional District Mortician graduate next April and pursue M. Sc tu
Sam watch over our peace a Yes rat deter the tu e* _. First Baptist choir No. 4 of Association Inc. this coining his career In the field of education. -

security. M Utd Ulermt ..til Ike Bases Florence Villa was the guest Wednesday evening Nov. 4. He halls from Duaoel-
Why not give your savings dollars are cashed choir Many visitors were prllent Ion.
You'll be Presiding over the meeting Intern Waite Bellamy, 14, of (
this double assignment e Yee ca. get your messy wfceeVMiBr4 with guest from St. John ANNOUNCEMENTThere
joining millions of American families It Baptist Church, It. James Methodist will be Monroe McRat.chairman Bradentoa Is doing his Intern

who are investing in their country e .. are replaced free U and Mrs. Marie Thomas of from St. Petersburg. Other offleers ship la the Physical Education SUNDAY ADMISSIONS will be a meeting of

future and you'll probably feel bat, destroyed, er etale Winter Haven who is a teacher at Include Eugene Hlckson. Department at the Jewett High AlEtooso ...... Jeanett. all mothers who have children
pretty good about It. the Auburndale school. treasurer, Arcadia Jerome School. Bellamy Is the son of Lowery and Aatftoay Perry Low to Ills E. Kbit's fourth grade

A total of nIl." was raised Sieves, secretary, Sarasota, Mr. and Mrs. Waite BtUam,. 11',. clue Mrs. Wilson who is the
during the day and hats should and J. Maxwell Charlow, parliamentarian Sr. also of Bradontoa. Bellamy president of the HomeroomMather's

Keep freedom In your future with be taken off for Mrs. Lewett of Plant City. was a basekttnOl star with the MONDAY DISMISSALS group is asking all
Florida AM Team during the Lena ... .... parents to
who Is tops in her field meet at the school
U.S.SAVINGS BONDS We are IB deep sympathy with The business meeting is put three years After graduation TUESDAY ADUUSIOM !. Room No. I on Thorsdar

Mrs. Etta Barnes and family with scheduled to be held at the Lake this year he has signed a Emma Draytoa, tatty Duriels, sight. Kov.:. 7 p. .
( -l\ the passing other busband.Earth Maude Recreation Center followed contract with the WfflmingMa Louis Charles Wiggins Jr.. Please ; :. ski entrance,

cannot by a social reception at the Bombers a professional team in Charles Rawts. and your presence will be greatly .
.ore ".6, G-- Irrr wrr ,.. t r use N..4h..y TAr rr..ry has no sorrow heaven Carthree Jones
.....-. ra rr.rt.rw pwra .114 ta.r eerlxWuM1/ 'a. .A.relI1W wryM heal home Of John Boyd. Delaware. Sixl Annie... Edom. appreciated.





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LOCAL GUIDE

Gift Shopat EXPERIENCED LP (aa .sell Delinquent account d..n I get! paunleaa RT+ IRl': lit? I I. IM I N Ii fi.r r,'IIt POI.V) FOAM RUBBER
nan At 10 to K Vacation: madlCM .. proper follow up I., taken 011 ".."I Ix Piirti.t 1'rlnl :MOO.| n I Inlr Singer Slant Needle PRIM'; YOUR ATTBRN WV: II.
.. eo..,..... life .aiw-asa. n. them We Invite all i>rofa.lonal l .n.lllton.il Will, dt-iiirate i I.. I CUT WIIILK YOl WAIT UW
i tir.rn.nt ualtorm bmtflta. OMMtunlty and bualneaa ........nh Real ratell -nti ,I. lent To. .... tall Port I I .'RICK; FORD" TRIM SHOP VII
far advawamant If qualifM Ioa71 To Good ""M'nl.211' A". I) at ird Si n. H! reaaoMMe party to. take sew Ave R. NW CY 1-0611 :JO-TK..
Call T11 ,t I; 'I' wlkly ,"' nta 41 sue --- -- -' -- --
LaMand MMI43 for 0S NW per pa
i
Juhlen Cottage Shop . . meat. ri: COLLECTION BIREAUof p 1 r,.m modal Caper Slant Haadlaw DUPTHIRM oil heater H. )mule. .
Winter Haven ICY ..in. ......1". Kyulppad. la Big. tank INN 'IOI.tve C. IW 29-I
for 41211Located yea niakaa button buds awl SMMIIlll. .
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MECHANIC aKp rwnoad In Cue In Domed Loan Bldl RENT or BUY h... etc Complete laMltca ILLS and oil "hriirni. baby furmlure

Blouses Sportswear Tractor. Cheered Trucka. .nd .1. 171 :Jii. FVU.Y OUARANTBEDFOR alan elwtrir. appllani -
grove .aulurnant. Ptrmanmt po Other "plecia of 11",11C.U <'Y

iSf.wHb 1 liYUlf ." rtara. 8ea Ton SHOPPERS 1.r FREE Mil I-3
Accessoriei And WantedWHY WISE
Wlllla Philip7. Oro.... Hun. ((3)) Situation FOR ---- -- -- --- --

City. :11-21112.: a-.TIt HOME TRIAL STUDIO toim "" .. TV Chilly .
Boutique itemt table Mtir rx-kuil tins HIT

BARTENDER 111 1:00: debt BE CROWDISD- Trail.' SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME CALL ANYTIME Spring Lake Court .<.mu from.
AIM waItress wanltd I Iprnon. North dale 1-4
Apply
lot No
RochKll.. Lake Alfred, SO-; II-ror.k':' private Drtw. NW rhM39M7M. pl gull ( -- -- ----- -- -- ---
294.4505
l hKWIMO: CHINK:
7 WANTED' Exprrtoncad wallm. IEXCELLENT < MOVING-STORAGE I UPHOLSTERY MlJVllAtlTSB ISM White Slg. Sat 1 mah..1.1

and curb flrl Apply la ""non.Toddr : hll-carp In nhome I I -- -0'-- Damn, miinnirraini: new. nn: hut
I Bear Rattaurant. IToa Ml8t 11.HI prr day Ftton C I 110. NKW Il..yn IS-inch bleytI.:. ton., make butlnnhnli'i and main
18TIMtN ....t.. -I. TURKIC: IVORY BROTHERS riME UrilOUSTKHYkXPBRT tot K TvatralIHIWNTOVtN nook. Is loch. Ilk. new ra.dltlol. decorative litrhe. 5 Payrn nl> el
/ 1 M t
COTTAGE SHOP Male Call CY I4M4
--- MOVlNtl COMPANY RKF1N18IIIV: ": 39.' III ".11 I'V 1.111I rill
to train >. combine CO'H'IJCTE PAIIRIl 811:1 I.I'.I'TI"N I mrn nr.pllpn.m
MO Cypress Gardens Road oprratorto Aninle ALLIED VAN LINKS KMOI- alti-hi>a, r* lnl'Minlitt alp ISO CHINA pat-
harvaat ftald and Must hat ((5)) House Trailers w01.l1yUPHOIAIThRV Ttpr Lyric'
Florid. chauffer. Ikwnaa. Al> local Ix>im DtataneeMov 114 Ave A. SK: <'Y 1 17HTELEVISION npilalrt ipaHmIlkMt I I. in !tonal piece never uaadU ((10-A) Boats & Motors
Open I A.M. 'til T P.M. hood iron to Irlpt. and othn ln( a Bto Dal Night ,ill ...II for I... than
--- -- -- Oro,. work Apply In per on rul Call Collect S$1raW.rehuuw 21 Nov :2 I 31411 Ijlrtill
ton-Col. Co In Allures brtwrri Trailer* with and llhoul CoMa PARk. XI Hartow Air BMIJaNwv LONE: STAR IN4 II f1b.re.IaM' tt
Your Choice 7 00 a m and a'00 p m. 2>t LAKE DEEP: TRAILER KATY quirk carpel. l LIP JahMNM Like new SIN and
Inquire at older Ttl |ihno I
H. REPAIRCALL Blastric ham
fro 2lM4. It-No. II II II reel am. paymenti 3M-8JJU: aft-r
Zatat
eatlnput II i SI, IN'r day with purrhaae rlealll"l 4 40 2S-1
"m.
WANTED' Lady for ready I to I l,1161.fl I iwtre Join Boland" .
wear and .h..... Exprrtvnca pr*. SEE THE NEW 11 old, DMrolUat 1 orrlkiiTcandlttMi ;
ALUMINUM \URRIN StCKM.. Kr ltor OUTBOARD MOTOR in
$895eawpltt I fcrrvd. flood for right partyApply Lake Shorn Court lilt Hwi I JORDAN II TVPmlaaalnaal *M SPORT Modal Rifle V.ryat-. 1 HP )loot romploily .'
Rl 12 Writ, Auburndalo JU-T
m Jay a To Wear. as-Tl 113113For I uructtY..1511: IMrkt. wetokt Vary overhauled Cheap' ('all 213 SJMim
I
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TV apalr Tran.lrlor n, curate May 4th M., Nik SI NW JS-l
--"c-v:
.!Screen Encloauraa: Carport Car I0a4e 11117U11 J.n Phyl I l-JHTl for .
WANTED: Parl-t.mt waltrvaa bsMarco MOBILE HOMES ---- ----
.i ii.- .
II' ..ld..1In Window Bcraana intendS I .1."lalli low, low prlett .T'- FOR BALE 14 Pih.r-wad boat
Rvitaurant Apply In 165 Modvte u 10' and oAwalnca .
Aawricaa Girl po.II.TF itock IT I eo'.. 14.tn. Lrt u. A II UItkEN ITAMPIiT.. ((9)) Cusmojj Opportunities rt&llIi"A'I'ou& 1 Uaod at now tlator tilt type
l MED
.BufALUMINUM I week cad. JO HP Eyln-
: Cold w... drlv you to the factory at ownprnx w. .- Ranaaa. Waakara DelaelAir trailer t. SE.54TF.
TUPPERWARE HOME PARTIES pick your own _h. II'I DistxtUNT SA.RSY0> INC. ('kNTNU IIAlitllllpLkCTRUNlt1 OMditlonera Raoowll rude motor 1971! 44T Art

Mr*. Carttoo arC Part limo or full Urn to help wit /T. aa low a. I3SMOO 101 fluoplau Let laorge Do It" MAtTAOMII.IILAMIKU Honed flail guarantaad ,.....
.raar 6H! Cold Wow nosh of fall bualnria Opportunltj to rhooM from Ave A. A Sth It. 8W ..4I.< 2IIHU7: | KNT; R From IMSA any UP. XMiNBON
to earn much extra ca.h for Chrl tmat. I' CVPRIOBa UARDKN1 MOI1ILE!: n-vet.1f "'rvlo. An... MM-aptkm IK Mil wrvirlaundrlx APPUAMCW! Laka. Alfred .
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Car nvcvaiary. for IntarvU. PARK A TRAILER J1ALB8! at msl.rnte feat""... M.ylag..531Slv. rHIM, MILS ,,1-1\11I01-\ (I ll-AForRent) Unf.
BEAUTY SALONSOUTHIAIT In privacy of own horn, cat I CY 1-4948 MADIO .nrr.1I tlrkal openlnd vaahrri Ig'porellenllha = Tr
2S3-677S. 10/30-1 Vt Milt East of Cypnva O..a..a.IH. 1I..n4.. n,.it la MV T.I --- -- _. -
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/ !PLAZA TREE SERVICE
Non at M R C.'niral' Approlmole .' .
'.TF KOSATO WRMCKINOim Modern unfurnishedSbvoYoain
FOR RENT "
Open Every 1."lnl .
1-1(31 --- bolos
CY ol Hone
lnvMH block. ataal I .baaaia ckann houae Air dltl.ne4.
:S3 ft I wide on laktfront W.t.r. Wr haMlU Inilallatkta. Innm
Management Trainee I t vr r> 4 angle Iron l>4 a lal a, Naar Bank and Down
and electric: urnl.hrd |U.M wwl 30(5A TRIMMIM. CAVITY DEMON WHEEL CHAIRS inn sod! Uranil: ilMBinK Wrttl : < ;nntlan brtrka.. Me lank; tnwn. Ifcrhange iullahl.; fur. office AJull.Rafaranoa. ..
CY 4-3903: ,, F.Mman toll AmuA .
INC' CABI.1NI.. Rk: lIITTUSUCompl l Harry ry 14HU w4KitltMICA Itwn. Ml-1144. II TF
I WILL NOT be rtaponilbla foi To start In receiving depart L rlianup' rmlutlmataa l 1t.1 I Winlrr Park, Plo l -Nnv I II II --- .. --.

debts Contracted other than mown ment and be trained for Call LUKkU TRKh SERVICE. lop' pa. dining roam I BEDROOM 1 kath home South
from tab day forward (( ) Moving & Storage CY S..J34 lt-Nov II Wit".:!. CIIAIHJI foi rent AI.. .r table 4 S chaira I*) 00, Oood ... Section Bet.ley RealtOi >
SIGNED' Clark C. Pearson I vancement. No experience Id.\\ "".I.U.I Hedx. Crulche.. Walkara I I-1 AH nUBINKM ensuing ov> AinviXinini r.dilbw CY arm after I p.m 134 Hh St NW CY 9.3717
DATE October 28. 1M4'i but should have .min-iilr. Uudfr.y > R--nlal.. C11J4II |4 annually nkr roluni .Tr n.Tr
eiiary, can I. KipanHad' h .
.1 FIRE EXTINGUbriER 17ft A' A. NW I..TF -- -- -
!
pleted high school with above IMPERIAL NOVINi. a 8TORACE.: cummerclal linluitrlal aeraaii -- --- FUR TALE
-- --- .
service hall
rfftcliiu
and Realtor M4MIWll
Prompt JIM IINOWN
rail
average Ira de. Alto military your moving! n<>.d. Cal II Slows. BTU ('tt&tt_. oil fitrnaMplu. UnfuniMied a bedroom iaraf
CY MIM for fr.. ntlmatri VACUUM CLEANERS t'DI_. S tax fleatral air apanmant ltAW monthly 114 AII \"
I Ia ii.
aervics or be married. This FIRE: kXTINi: :I'ISIIKR IUI. :JI I I. Bit3BEDROOM
< In. iMiilltHiner KLIJIWOHTIIAPIMIANriCS SH after I p m
t
AgcnU for Alia Van Linea.
Brvngli Jewelry .
permanent salaried rrvlni all W ruts 14-T1 BKRVK: ttu..Hnhanlni. ria HUlMth .I. I LKAIN kilrhrn' In rwiKiw : ."lW.A A, W ----
11u.
Bt NW w" l 'n 101 .
1H Third Btraet SW Ask for the camel of poliuon'l ..13117 34 Mr 8.r\u., aTVREWEAVING I',Mllb a MbltVU: : lot Klrorlluuvrr bb.norion DuScIlarH-Que I'ltorIMNS.1 301RM III II unlu'l\l.h.IIItAI.TY 111 hi.r.AFIIRTON W
Block South of Poet Offlca Electro! and all "Iherfr :
H
have been trained and lITVI
I Oe/l4ral. ry 43354
ServicesATTENTION
((6)( ) Special pickup dvhtery .
Watch aad I QUALITY/
Quality ed from this Job. Apply Mr nun- (REYNUIDB; 'V"1I'U. I :';R '1'."., ,, ....r R.I. "M M work unihtMiRIlhmtkag' A. iiDlM- I-k P500 7'11

.Jewelry Repair Edwards, CIP.NCR SERVICE lr.ua.l'V .. .I.|,.'k ".. ,..,Ir.' ,,11I1\ llwy I IHi.iilh ". All ale._Ior. It.00 wit ail SIN Caurt NW .....I.) Roast
I I 3-41111 llarlnw n 1 Arlana Ave Auburmlale Slda Co 114 lift II NW Ct S-J7ST:
Nov I
I Continental Can fl-Nav ITIIAHY
Florida State Employment Ser Burns Moth Hnlei Tears .-.. __ ._ I'7.Tr
It-Nov.! ----- -
401 5th St., NW G......., Service Btatlona lmplmrnt .. Exuertly Ri- WovrnSMARTTS rRlfl and mitt.... 110 00 IINFURNISIUCDkedroom. apart
-- Companl. or anyorw ."nlnlI KK: VEAV1NU AUTO SERVICE: WANTED Isby baihlnelte l'oo All In gwid.i.nitltliin mono water lwlu.ua W 00 man
29- >r wnrlclnf qulpmral which mmM SERVICE: I Call CY S4II4 IMUMl Ihly UN ... 0. NW *l J
I taa POPE AVK: CY 3171E.libh.hed A. ambXiaua maa wh IWOOS.
FOR: cleaned 1110 I. So .n 1..1 REDROOW d upter Nova ftratrlg.rtior
EXPERIENCED Waitress Want -OODUIC I41al "' ........t. Fiat weeks U .ei "f World Nwiia In aooili i .
month.touthea.1
Good WorkhRcitaurant Hour. Par I NEW rtrrTkoMAr.trTrAM 21.M.... ::12I Aulh.rredYYr'Inry. Service On Sold t'.I"1 .In NrniiS, Ila. ..nhtimi, ,fall 301.1511 attar I on .1lou per

I. WHITER BRIGHTER I hona Of S-43M n- 4lrAHH IMrirwEMTHARMKKH A MU.IIPkrMIHK .,'tI.. >.1.l r oPIymnuih oUnncer :, MlrybanlSln..r and S... l' m 1TFII Ml W Central Balls| m4 Atriertoft Realty 1.TF
.Valiant .5TI,. Purl Cusnpanpha -
CLOTHES BUILDING REPAIRS rUiVD RI.PI'11111 MOTORS! a meaarn fu/l.ra.lIly/ I ( .,...14'----
IMMEDIATE opening for welder.. I 031101.' HI HW J,3.101 IS.1wnN ,Ns..n t... Cy I ?in.' Hnuh Uguatrvm! Padurarion -
I. SPARKLING: GLASSWARE prior d layout men for obi< I S39 .M II'- II ,.... 0....... Read nip' Ida I P.tl.uuiiru.. Allamand' I Ilibla-' ((12)) For Rent, Furn.
fabrication hop. Permanent Job 1110 Pu I.lP IMpplnl, C1e1., lot sir ru.h Crotona I for al
SILVER Hwy opposite n' ::1q VIII.rd TREE IIFI-TIMK: SfRVIi'E: WAfRANTEt tor .,nall r.'i..lr )..... rail r.' ana ....,...... W''"' HON II l mi Pmlurarpua NU
with advancement ON Lglll-MLNT I I-.d builder TRAILERS re.iaential. .,... Mill raauiraaema PUWdl S h.SRT00Old
S. SOFT. LUSTROUS HAIR mon Turner A Asoco.. R..k.r CY 3.1470 CAMPING ....11.1 far .,.... ."' blow Rd weet of fa lie lobs HOUSE TRAILERS |IO M a .week lilt
aj-2340. lo/au-6 equilme.IC,.,..,.dl Callar SN LIgM..14 w.t.r turnl.h
. C.IIJACKSONVILLE T.I Ilr..t. Shdr or .u ey
i. CLEANER SMOOTHER 16 write D. f Driver P Oaa -- - 3-/2141
1 __ I IM. Pl>ant "' a al.Winter .
SKIN HIOH SCHOOL Graduate. mall. e1 M.ven IJUVBTRUM. lur Hlhlmua, tta -- --- -- -
Want.d for clerical work Appl, Machinery Corp OX YAMRER I up II...lIn 1f1t"... II no up. IX* nrtlN'' lIED APAlttMENT' .
CALL In prraon to ImptrUI Lumbar Co Painting Papering wed aar up All kind. of ahada I aI ItetIr.o. 111I) lu I" A

Ino Bartow Via M i M4-IUT for Dmundrotk> '" tree, and' huua. state ;rw.I.ralt' Co 'M /IUlTI'
I
Phony Repairing ."I'llMJL'JJ.1. f7III1
"R8I1"
.1- ((9-A) Furniture VAIU.ANCOCRT I y
7 WAITRESS wanted Neat and de Ill Oak St Aatturnd.latJET
C' piindabla. Apply at Sundown R.. -- --- --- I. Bt I hBt'ROOM furnianen' aixrlmm'
t.llranblt..n lOOp m. and Ito: CARPENTER work Hoofing Hi... I .I McCOY Quail' wait. TILE: 117111Lab. I IM mmitk: ATKCRTON RCA rv
an pm -/N pm. and 11.00 pniaTi mod*I In* Repair (.binit Yemice PlM"ohlp I..t .I... ..d. norm. HIM.Nn. Renlali' l'OMI'LP.7 b. h..u.. lull .if new fin '- -'- -. 141 W Ctnlral Ar. V41M4It:
....., : :
.. toolC
lop All .. KUiHIDA WHOLESALE Dir ; ;, vlMlik .Tfi
kl i lulling ran*
ab6 PIt"nr I'Y 3""*) I II' .. fuiniluiv HM AfqiAI 214 I/ 'W
1.3971 Nrr.l Jan.Phyl VillagePAINTING 17.1'' llat.ndale RlvdJOHNMtiV I. i ....1..<.rai..i .,. rr. tahiel. arr:( Ul '
-- -- i I.n ,,, iU II ".,m.. .Heed, Uai W_ Thin. Lax /MAU. portly forslah.4; ....11.- Wa.IN .
Soft Water Serrlca CURB girls wanted No enperlnnrhenosry. *. CUSTOM MADE DRAPES. AND i nan t i,.....h. Tah over pwmaMi. ALL SIR: HXIIKIMI; u' lights i |urnl.h4. 119 on pr
Apply Buraer' Kina 2801Havendala ALTERATION Blind ttltrt. OreS WARKHOUaimnsiri ..**k IIJII Av 0 UK: ( V i-Mll
; modarn taulHnn1 SILO HkkorNW FREE ANALYSIS FOR ALL Blvd._Jll8CM1 CY 3710Mr.. Edna SrhoaMi4Nov l I <'Luc ''.i I"'.. M: ul : l UK M ath st NW ll,9IM ItlI
:
: :
I ICi."IR. flnam ,inn a. low IMm.nih "II w1 NTLN TV .
wanted foi BEDROOM (uml h4 nlOrouail
WELL WATER USERS RETIRED m.n buniing I > apart m
.p0 part time work Pleasant sueroundma .. ----- t'HARI.P31: IVKRSON: : R'laln I.y;; : t > >"ey II5Z1W0M Char am .... I. NE' :
Winter" Ham Co in your
modern don Ioall < Y iaami arrMODERN
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of M-l7b weekly posh J.T" I rlUMINOTUM Bl'irleman. M gut .Ignature ulnerwriwaei <"lfcNCY' lur T.h. .4 inane
I --. .--- -- MOTORCYCLES M..1 I TV Mlenna AI..... .
lie preparing malUl.t. for adverllaera MARINE SUPPLIES Target |" ( ads dating Olin pn,15. balk parthiniwlwd Ulillll.i
((I.A Instructions In your home ChOOM awn H...a rMwr >urfarln Cnaiwfaetlon I lined. huni.,f pull Wln wrlutalch waU ptirliel etaMna. STAR i Ouled., 5nlranre All
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houra For Information write D* awrantrmiL I Rail.. Official railroad wild PMMSfl Phone lI'Y 'eJjS, III A.. i tlKlrli Ill .n A, I" i'Y 3-7),7,
uartmrnt Council-15 Box ITUBSB A. MOUTBIK 4 TRIUMPH CY11M/ "l'er rhalna FR HTI eV-l. A. NW .rr- I .1
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KEY: PUNCH WANTED- -- AT ONCE-'-Rawlel.likal.r FLORIDA WHOLMUI.EDUmUBl'TOM .13' m kKKLAND l3ail. All CYl'lJ Day Salardayl O TV. Dlnellea la) "r Bnf.i klartrkKaaaaa. Chair. Ta . . . .

In NB Polk :: Auburndale ([6-A) Animals & Supplies. 1117 Havendalr hind IMC 213-7030 Jrd l It BW CY 400514Nw .. syomd. :Umi)- Mew rehullllion .
Lean la Write I I1.kor FA I ,, no
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Day School:
SOMEONE to care for I child SHETLAND PONIES tOU It s.. "

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hat are bred and ffldlnit.IS SMALL John Duet Trarior ane "

BUSINESSINSTITUTE PART TIME aaka. work Winter IS*. < M to f 00. Shear. T> .
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Haren Auburndal areaa Ear.- I : "w. laMe miir. SPECIALS
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net from MM per hour Call R. Harmon t Wurh aervlce on toaatere ,, hlank.10' PMIUJPSHA nreular. maihinaIrandfalkere .: .
401 W. Ptachtrw on lake Wire 13.1(1(0 for appointment 7 to SPM Phones Office: m-14: perrulatora elrelrtr Mankel. I' I I.Il' A nP.SVICE. SHOP Bwk I chk r II Phillips. "
Lakfland Florida only 1-S l I..-3groom. cleaner. PhillipFII s Avenue U aMid HO a44h K NW tfter I W p m
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Roy Dar.nl" or Ronnie Johnitoa A KC Toy a ailabi ltw .Isles llr e*oil KTellaol her manyw.m ..
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dot W. Peachtrea on Lake Wire Youl! SALE IMS CknreJar Wktdanr 4wrEareHeat I ..4tI.V SNOT Pod I roll" SAI.B: II.'" .,.... Mailer
Avon Calling Trade P>i Maira NMpu051ka.b.r
LaII.I..... Florida ((7)) To Buy or ..... : Air caMHIa 140000'edradla I M> pnrr.lala.u.5oi caMtMan M* Art lit .

xu I-NM Ma Pall pawer 1 M Ned st MW Aol I. USCMIYIOUT .

U you want to ears money for IUICK WIMcsrt I. t.ei. HT Ittt 6081 .

S-NOV. 9 CHRISTMAS.; Start DOW. I WE BUY wMart .d ::tla- ashr I P\1'-'UU'II PEAT CT SMMRoad nan' ,. Sue Tr.na LOS. SIOANAule

furnMrw and .1 IRONIES apt11 A;.c IMf OLD a.t..* ..... fI 1 r I ".0,. HT On ownof. Uude. Makart SkckwsS.r 1WItSt trio. "uh> .
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forPROSPECTf'E with 5 ..t,.. Including *. nule Mania ea M TkaraHaa4 wNI. 4-Oft. HT if ii CHrvioinIINIIIU .
BROKERS iNS BTVDEBAKER Hawk >dee I' a.TU Ia..a.5 PS .
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GENERAL MAINTENANCE MANAGE 19(2 PUCK "'I A' tlt.YU Perp1. .kill plerII IMSIf MwMttoa ae lemaingIAVI .

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INDUSTRIAL)' BROAD MArWTEMANC door Ram5rf Am rtnu .._ ,... fll Up I.

REAL ESTATE SCHOOL ROOOH CARPENTRY OONTAINMPtOTWENT !' 1tM'.1fI a.......... R M. 'Y PRINTERS i -
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week Preparatory DOM UT1C to Ike nmfttf to hue- _.__ ..... _r ::7.. DRIy2AS 100" si 1222 stk Itr..... SW Tan- .

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!, HOUSE trailer, cottage* -Ift: I I A LOT for the MONEY AKBPHONT *; INCOME IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMll I !!
OPEN HOUSE True
weakly WOODY IWAP Hard lo deecrlbe this chain. of La. l 'h1 Home Of
Seeing It '
W* bay and Mil Hwy. n. FR Mil ao-I:I A lot of lot, a lot of structurt,, NW home :3-bedroom Hi bath, 1 to S P.M. Lakefront'Custom Believing | DON'TBUY"BLIND" |

of dlstlnctiveness lot I living. dining. and Florida. room Distinction.Howard ,
A lot a B
1 r I M lanes Door to apartment town and W&Iklng lake Jul dli.,. of attractiveness, a lot of CMvenience tile Dlihwanher floor.* Lane air carafe conditioned with compete cork. 2400 BLOCK ON WEST Quill bath A very retirement m<:-e 2 bedroom home has; 1 | |

furnished It. CENTRAL
lot of lot apartment over
and clean. Adulta pleane Nl Av.B a comfort a

I HW II-TlCONOBNIAU of good neighbors, a lot oll.h. electric Rent year boat round lift and Sparlou dork J&I'I Rfdured ,- 2 NEW HOUSES STARTED U I could paint, this picture built appliance-in kitchen. plus features nice vegetable &- Terrace j 5 Have )10ever heard sE

., lot of de Juna: :JIIS.tI\I I. 30- would be beauty. Tb. home I'd =
middle Mad lad, view and a just plain a G someone say if only
Rl I. 5 MORE WILL BE STARTED garden 1\ cool, Hi Gorgeous 3 BR 2tt bath CH]
hare apartment with aame .. sirs ML ty for a retired couple I it outstanding with many un = talked with someone who E
eactianavd Call beforU RETIRED' or IWfI-RIITIRIID' SOON neat it s price $7,850. home with antique brick front
:00 Noon or after > 00 p n A screened breezeway, a closet You would like lIvIng In LaOAlfred u uat features which would re Wall to Wall carpet central air I = KNEW housea before I =
3M-4048. 21-I garage a Heatilator fireplac In thl very comfortable SELECT YOUR LOT LET US Call Zella Pearson = bought!" -- Before you =
condo & beat formal dining
quire Inspection. It has 1 3 ,
all for $12,500 the bedroom horn. UvhiR room hai BUILD HOME your cir =
1 to t MONTHS. bedroom cotta and $ on YOUR E find yourself in such
fireplace a big wreenad Iran room, Florida Room, large Uv
a on Lab Marlon $100month. head Contact dnalrable bedroom, 2 tile bathi family LEIS BROS. E us EE
; keg porch very netahbnrhood Elec cumstances, come see
M3-43U7 M FR : SEE AU/EN DOWD ON PRE ing room with fireplace
Only tTMlO Term.! MOSTIJKV
with beautiful
room firep ace EE
1200 Sixth St.. NW Were a walking ency-
ALFRED REALTY COMPANY MISES rUe: kitchen built-In*. Many" unusual
for 1 1 particular 1 BEDROOM people APARTMENT VAN DUYNE J7I glass gliding doors to screened (Opposite North Gate) features PLUS I 18 x Mft clopedia for house hunt EE

BO WEN MOTOR L.ODOEHwy. !: patio porch, garage Central 294.J1J7 Gunite Swimming pool enclosed era A house i i. a big EE
Estate & Ins.
Real OWNER S-bedronm 1 oath CB
17 North 21 I Large Florida room cloeed car JOHN G. WOODREAL heat & a'r! condition, wall to Eve. & Sun. WO 7.2711 2500 sq ft. of living : purchase. Consulting an Ei

175 W, Central 213.4114 ate M3-T8T4 3O-1 ESTATE wall nylon carpet custom: area Make your appointment expert certainly makes EE

ATTBNT1ON. Nke neighborhood Room with. Convent prlvatibath Conscientious service for 35 yrs. ------ -- 213-2517 213.1338EnniDC. drapei, foyer entry, kitchen 12NI'W to see this todayBeasley sense And can save EE

fully located lh( Av*. O. NK 01 MAKE THIS THE BEST 294.2402 has cherry: cabinets, built in you dollars .. well asS E
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2M-S313 after 4 00. 30-! -- --------- THANKSGIVING & oven & range, breakfast bar, Realty Co. headaches Don't you EE

1.1 and 2nd floor apirtment MHt AMAZING offer Owner tranaferred, CHRISTMAS OF THEM ALL 30-1 corner sink has disposal Dock, INPOM PROPERTY S agree? For personal EE
A urtmentii 2 wsrehu.r .
1 year old brick home 3-bed plui > IM Silt St. CY 3 2757]
and 145* An F 8W. CY 3'77SS 291ON j room.. 3 bath. 3 carporte 1 drIveway -- -- -- boat lift, beach Due to 111 fir add tlonal rentals (. Av A, NW service, uUMALCOLM EI
,. Underground iprlnkler eye Put your family In a new home health owner moving west Sacrifice :. NW Kerond build n behind Chamr
CHAIN Or LAKES 1 1 em. MOW equity for f2M2B3M7 : )(). this fall for the Best Buy. ol: UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRETIREES$ >'r rf rnm-nerce Eaiy PlnanrlnvJUSOO TETREAULTEvenlDla EE
26500. Good terms
Only II.TV
Bedroom houekeepln cottageoAlto : *. S7-3 Them All STEAL' THIS CY 5078 =
------ ----- I needed.
ratei if
room. Monthly weekly .
16400 monthly VA 'tone BlltmoreHh
Beach nehlnc 8IBRRA IN ".,.M 1 Br"Ir,,,,m. Shall wnt E Days CY 31141 E
COURT MOTEL Hwy IT North = C. II I< fan Walk. Ii', atho'.Io $400 down Duplex, $78 I a
1964 MODELS MUSTGOSAVEUPTO in this
37-TF Enjoy your winters Beasley Realty Co. I'Y -l 18K'. U
month. Vt rented and closing
no
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hOMESLOTS = lovely home your sum E 934 6th St, NW CY 3-2757 cost 1 Town COUNTRY

LAKEFRONT. 3-bedroom. Within of E !
McLEOD 3 men tool sight '
bottom All electric with call heat the EE -u. SPIRIT LAKE = 277Ma5noflaEC13MI4I 1i1 n ir.wtiiinr
r carport. water furnlahed CY $ I .OOOOO 5 Lake Howard and MAJOR REALTY WUAiULThIIIhhhIhllilhIlllIlhIllhhllIhllllllllllli
+200t 80-i .RENT ALSoIfGROVES good fishing Nicely landS =

1-3 B/R/ 2 Bath A/Cond/ j scaped lot with room for E 293-2178 E -l- =

t FURNISHED Cottage I room. and Range Oven, Dishwasher S{ gardening, flowers andS E UY kxrdknt OWNERbod"m(oration Connlder horn'qui, 3610 Havendale Blvd.
bath. 401 Ilh '1.. BB CY S-Z70S(
I ao-rr Drapes, Carpeted Living See us or Just Call CY 3.995* vegetables too, with wellS E ly In mobile homo. 3KJTU67ve: : --------
i Intercom den I. E nlnicn 2$-t -I.
Room, Patio and irrigation The
IiIrit1 697 Ave. G SE
ItlRNIBHEO OR UNFURN18IIFDEFFICIENCIES' Lot bedroom = I ,
and IH BEDROOMS System, Large BILL GARNERREALTOR : convertible to a ---

Met large airy rooms S{ for your guest, there Is a sj Open

I Conveniently Building I Call located CY MM In Old or Potst CYHIST l 2-3 B/R, 1 Bath, Ceiling S i second bath for their conE THE ROOF IS ON i Beautiful Home

I ITF Heat, Terrazzo Floors, Charlie Fields, Assoc. S venience too. There a E Beautiful Deal Nearly new 3 bedroom, CB

: AIR CONDITIONED Ukefront Range & Oven. Choice Location 602 Itt St., NW S breezy Florida room and E BERKLEY HOUSE home, brick trim. Terrazzo

Apartment. Nicely furnlnhrd Large Lot I I- 15-1 : lots of closet spice WallS :Ei Hdne refrUeritor erinerlei. Ir- I BeautifulGarden Floors Living room has sliding
Adult. tn.DO Weekly CY S-K87 II rl..lh,. O"Nt.K "ILL (004111Iit -
I+-Tr 3-3 DIR/ 1 Bath Ceiling I i to-wall cirpcling and SS Com out end see the THAllI': "OK LAKtlt.R KOMI\\: GroveS glass doors opening onto patio
BkDROOM houie. I bath acreen I draperies Included in the Ei $lOj.'le.Weu. Modern kitchen. built-in atove
Heat, Terrazzo Floors, od torch Talk term. lake Inert
furnlihed MODERN for coo rent bedroom All electric apartment kitchen ., Built.In Range, Large Relate.( No qualifying "Y S-473 orCV S i price of $14.500, with goodS E beautiful view from ". J i.I'7'' I'WJ.. :I Bedroom, 2 bath, model home and oven. Near grade and high

and heat CI... to town MS Corner Lot, Fruit Trees. 4-HI*. 28-TF : financing available For E e4fcifcJ 'with Oak & Vinyl floors Imme- schools and Lake Otis. Large
Ave A BW To ae* phone CY e-7311 : appointment to lee, call Ei our third floor.Winter available air conditioner. Wonderful family
Open every
Buprlna. 30-3 OUR LOBS YOUR < AIN I PN.tY43161'I: I lately
%
SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS neighborhood Already financed
locald i at 129 1.owelllload. (Streets
Take up payment on a well = GERTRUDE BRYANDa'l EE Haven lay
INTERESTING room and kitchenette air conditioned Ness to FHA FINANC bBdroom. ('B home In l. keIfred E: WARREN SECKLL, Realtor 1 misspelled as Powell' on at 5%% Interest, 110 qualifying -
CY 31141
Bout brut Plata. CY MMW 1.Nor. 1 INC, CLOSE TO I laymniu. lei than. $113.00per HarborCondominium Price $15,500.00.
SCHOOL. SHOPPING month, FR 3 1423 11 Nov. It Evenings CY 3.0550 E i .1. C:ity maps).

I-BEDROOM RENT lI.uon.bl.ApARTMlI.NT8 CY 18842.n.Tr FOR. CENTERS, CHURCHES JOHN WOOD 304 Lee Ave., NE

ALL OUTSTANDINGBUYS LAKEFRONT HOME TOWN COUNTRY! Apartments IrresistibleIRetirement

1 AND 3-Bedronm furnlehed-- --houee- IF YOU ACT & Assoc., Inc. '13,500.00 to settle an estate Vacant .

145. SM |60 monthly I Adult NOW. CALL TODAY. (Bd 2'b.-dmom :J-b.lh. Florida =2/7M>qnona nr 1 and 2 Bedroom B retirement, near town and

prferre.i." Phone 2RS-6M7 U-I room.uilt, .In I.electric R. kitchen oven and and dln purfsciunito. Ue. 5".1141; tiI !iJlLg UI JUhiIIllIllIllIlIllIllIUI'"ftI''IIIIIIIIII.1 Home! !93-2517 Phones MS 9338 hopping center, 2 bedroom, CB

HOUSES APARTMENTS BarnsConnary Double carHrte Central air Apartments with 1, 1-8 lome $500:: .00 down paymentlasume
UNFURNISHED /'' :!/ "''11'117 when this
FURNISHED A ondltlonlnn and heatingLocated You will love you see mortgage, payable $40
1 / and 2 baths
ISO.00 Up Inc. 18 8K o'viion on Lake Elole. Jvint lAd neat 2 bedroom CB home In SE
LUtlnr Wanted ut.lle city llmlla Day CY 33131)lihti per month Price $5,5000056,500Eagle .
ATKINS REAL ESTATE: WI INVITI YOUR Section 1 block off of Chain
a. eekend ( V ,. "r
Winter Haven 1..111.2J.a1 Ill-DnooM h"u II'' ar r'haln
CY ..111'28.0ct. '.,k.', In w,,<>d. Hi il f..", ''uUriKhlnu INSPECTIONFllr.llhed of Lakes walking distance to Gold Medallion Lake
28 227 3rd st., SW It"at Inn Wit, ., .toil 'xht' SHOPPING CENTER. Has Model Homes
GOOD BUY! tat, I 1..I..nc... PY S-IUU3 1.:1:I Model
RENTALS Phone 293-5555 .Iledrooma. 1 IVt bath.. central heat Open large living room, all electric Nice Retirement Home between

Fumlihed. UnturnUhMK In. Hood location doe. to allerhoole. '1000A.M. ro 400 TM. kitchen. Florida room, tile bath In Cypress Gardens area now Winter Haven and Junior College -
REALTOR .
8UTCUFTE Contact Mr Lamarfnelinh.
CY.4-4131 ,, Eve. CY 1-T213: 8TF :as-l Close-In terrazzo floors carport. fruit or sale Only three of these at 623 3rd Street. 2 bed

-. ... ..........Tr --- :\ -- --- B Low Down I A. J. Lynd, Realtor tree** Only $12,500. ,300 ADDITIONAL eft. One S Bedroom Model. One -oomaB}) carporte screened

In frep.rajlun lff'ur: jielert ellen. FAITH IN ilORlDA Owner UBT COMPI retlwmrnt KTCD: home- Now Cl:2toilroom ......InI 1700 Sixth St.. NV/ I will buy the furnish I Bedroom model and the tri [xircb.JSOdM; down an1 $65.00 \

let of Winter our VliltorafwwvMvMtoKNaAROB Ihrtlnn of IjUA.I.I. of this fpaclous bedroom II I ::11I4 Ave F. BB I Living. (IIn Ins Payment Hwy. 17 inga. level which has been used asin per month No closing Cost or

TV rental. If you desire' CAKK- Hath LAKE ELBERT lakefront and 1'10rldyr"uJtl: >HHCY Partially furnished 2 bedroom II.. Winter Haven, Florida 134 Cth St, NW : office lualifying Vacant move In to-

FULLY five: u* a SCREENED rail TOWN TENANTS('OUNTRYilEAl home must move. Will S-4J55 30-3/ frame home on 75 x 140 ft. lot. P"... 23.1O6Delivery Ul these beautiful homes are d.i y".

ESTATE JJY 3-1141. 1-1 consider TRADE for good un Home Is vacant Redecorated I Beasley Realty Co. nested In Garden Grove, just a
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DESIRABLE apartment Private developed acreage or producing COUNTRY ESTATE' sell all for 4500. CALL By 134 6th St.. NW CY 3-Z737: h.lf i mile east of Cypress Gar
New ol Fruit to
I)entrance 401 Ave and A. NE.bath CY 13600(-0502I tmnth-.. grove priced right Or sell for I Bedroom Plenty. J-boih nisre.. ria I mm with ChristmasWestwood lens Open Every day or call Air Conditioned

.- _-- cash 21500.00 lit-plac M orally and utility room Beasley Realty Co. 93-2517 or 293-9331 or 2933528.
BFDROOM furnl.hed apartment air communed., brat pump. lurge e'nlrlllilllbll'lltlllitlillnlll.tlllilllillI'ttLAKE: : : ? I I :I!;I::I! : : Openi
on Lake Silver Drlv Silver tretApartment lot modern iwlnunlnic pool 6 Minute 834 Sib M. NW CY 32757 John G. Wood and Associatesnc ,
PLAN AHEAD Buy
: your Winter la\en 110: .6UO Call 1 1i
*. Call CY 1-1770 or from I 22'30I.
bedroom CB home red brick
I ,
future. IOTrEyt
111-13611. I.TF NOW to build in the CY 3-1613 .2$. I
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Beautiful STATELY OAKS lot HARTRIDGELAKEFRONT II trim Family" size kitchen, dinIng
BEDROOM. private bath outside N I I. SECTION I block fromUkr
large utility" room.
entranr Alto furnlihedtpirtment under the tall oak treei For Catcher Martha 3-bedroom home Mntnthi area
*. sIt oo to HIM weeklv country: living In the heart of EXCELLENTTERMS iI I uld. Central heating andir Price $12950. 2418 34th Street,
7(017th 81. NW CY HMO ITT conditioning. walk-in cloiri
You Betcha VW
activity" Lots from $3,000.00. HOME ear
------- WindUpJust | "t rage room utility room
FURNISHED decorated. 1-bedroom IM ortr oak floor. fnnced yard kit
upitair apartment, Adult. BIG LOT. Just listed, need Beautifully landscaped. hi-n equipped' 3.1500 cah and o.im. .- 2720 Ave. V NW
=
Water fumlnhed 100 lit dl North. cash A Few LeftS S Wonderful lakefrontS '95 $50.00 monthly Phone CY 1-1761 cash, sacrifice for (4000 : completely redecorated 2 \living Is yours to enjoy in 5 I II Phone 293-3672. 1-3 Open House 2-4:00:
1-1 Approximately 97' x 300'. Lake bedroom, 1 bath home. In 2 EE ------ -- -
E this comfortably large
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1 Only Itory
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NICE ROOMS IT 60 per week Jessie lakevlew font miss excellent location Total .t ValueS bedroom 2 full bath home E I REDUCED CerAral heat and air conditioning
Quiet Prlv entrance. CY111II.. mortgage Amazing
4Mt'X
his opportunity. 10900.
price
01COMP'ORTAOLE I S ELEGANT 24 x 28 ft. = I II in a 2 bedroom, "modern

LOU SUPRINA Real' EstateCY : payable $52.45 mo 1 Only 3 Bedroom 3baih I living room, LAKESIDE = home. Ideal for the retiree or

dluhe bedroom eonkwar dupl.n.Includes fl... 37Z11 Our pleasure I. showing Extra large Living E Florida room. full dining E business couple. U cubic foot

wire large living room carnorteAdulta. you this offering Room 'I S room Master bedroom EE refrigerator and built.In range.
S.MO Ave M. NW: CY JMW3 291 113 Troo...' Ate. KFri.r Dont
18 ft. with PRI = Large lot. Price $12000.
01. I Is 13 x
------- LEIS BROS. Ike ireU. family. I bearvem 1 Only 3 Bedroom 1 V. | VATE BATH and w.lk.1n = I! j'j miss seeing this attractive new
I
BEDROOM block houH Water J30000 DOWN! 1200 SIxth St., NW oltk SI.. ron N...-. kltrhe. bath lifetime brickS = -
furnlehod 11000 weekly,' Tall CY Owner will coneliler low down par sitS termlra ..hi..... bolts lau I E closet This modern CB home today.EDNA.
lull. *- 1-1 mont on hi* 3 bedroom houMiim (Opposite North Gate) .... a.d hood. lerran. II....., HOMESITES LEFT E home has had a WHOPS E ;
... ... iiAvmiinla. ol. SMAOU month 21403117 i emil keat_ torte Ion with rltr. (reel reduction of = _, 'c-: .:..;g WATSONREALTOR
,::: .or will trade h'I..qull, I.>r 000,1 ban lot Ike kiddies CHOOSE YOURS NOW PING price ""

((12-A) For Sale or Rent lota. acreage or smaller home. TOot I '14tII.: E $2500. so 1I.Is now avail = Set 14 k lit...-.. KK:
il 1 price 11010. Atherton Real'} Drive out today! E for $22500 EE
only
M3 W Central 1 Ave CY 412114.21.TP. able AxE CLBrUT RHTATF:* feee 121 Ith St, NW CY 4-4141
30-1 School Appointment showings by" EE let, I (e*< ttr4 keerem Stka
wood
West
Ave "G" to I
Uk Cannoa K: ;
TRAILER
II on ----- WeaE4fafeJPLT43).rNloFiTJ4i1 = kalll-laa I matrkl.f I refrlerlor .1-
eelUnt condltlin 11360 weekly I Turn on 35th St., to Office.B&W calling ,....... draae* Sleep four, Adult, Avry Trailer 1100 DOWN ''LakefrontEstatel I ) : mint 111.58
Fark. 3S3-4UHS 37-3 I DIB HOMES I I MALCOLM TETREAt'LTEea EE

Low a* 147 Ml mi.nth. WARREN SECKEL, Realtor Builders and Sun CY 3M7I =_ I .I "'" I'UJ..
IXIRNISItrD: MOUSE FOR SALE CHARLES McOOMIO R.e. Broker B Walking
OR RENT. 400 Hittleld Hd. ".... M3-W4 CY 3.7147CY 2J7S-CY 3 MM E Days CY 31141 E ccttCifolcPHCV4)l
Phyl Vllllafe. 190 U) per month or 13-Nov. 13 On .1. :
SIS.000 with food term. CY 3-343 --- -1, J )- l22] B DistanceTo
CY (-003:$. 3 -Tjr TOWN COUNTRY!
114' SOU room... M, paneled mo. 3Bedroomdmlnl Florida. Lake Howard!II! Need More Room? NEW 3-bedraom home on lara .hit. WARREN SECKEU RealtMONEFORTI1E Schools!II!

)eed Incited kh M ICY II.* "' "h.. vinyl tile throughout noIti mrI'j'IWi
CH arace
room
Sale : .1.
((13)) Real Estate For s-iaoi: Jf-l Rare listing one completecity TRADE IN YOUR PRESENT Built.In appliance, near central ihopplnt hat I | 3ii4i 1SHI UliJUll= S.E. SECTION

block LANDSCAPED. t IIIOME. area large Imall carnorte down payment with :S: 1&4 = Widow anxious to soil her attractive .

RErOSSESSBD HOMES Low AU. BRICK HOME bedrooms 4 baths formal euy financing. Location 3X:$ Ate j; iUUI""IIIIIIIIII1I1I1III1'IIII'UU: : : !mlllllllllll- 3 bedroom tile bath,
monthly payment Modern CB 3 :3.Bedroom. 3 bath. paneled livw with WE HAVE 1] NEW HOMES TO U NW CY 1-41I64I. 1-1
A 3 bedroom ronitructloa. ('on- room larse Florida room. built dining room, living room CHOOSE FROM ], 3, it 4 BEDROOM I Florida room, living room,
tact WJ-JI7II. Evening* and lun III O E. kitchen. with lummou cell fireplace den, glassed in porch Lovely Older large utility room carport. terraiio .
day 3M-3M riHIT MORTOAUB Ing utilIty room. I.M'..... hors Electric kitchen :iJlhllIhIlIhIhlhIllIlIhhIhhIlhhllhhhlhIhhhlCHECKTHIS!
overlooking Lake floora As a bonus for a
CORP OF riXIRIDA .1CbOBB Beautifully landaraped Outilde On
Home
city but .baa city water and *ewer & breakfast room basement I Call Allen Dowd for Information I 1 B quick sale widow will leave
: 10"J "; Collet; alte I- School bu. to all arhcml laundry
2 car garage *> Corner Lotll! most of the furnishings Only
Bedroom I', balk home In lovely {MM DOWN! SM MONTH OLDER HOME 1
neighborhood -. dining room Florida CY e-isw room. PLUS large furn apartment JOHN G. WOODREAL I MONEY |1(.000. Terms to be arranged

room iharled lot Man 3jrrr Fenced Yard. A REAL: ESTATE I Air conditioned 3 bedroom 2 Check on this one
ontran, (30 Ave A. NIC. 14 ---------- DUY OWNER ANXIOUS ZlU33S Z1HSn \ HI IHt St, Southwest = I tile bath story home on corner
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lllllllllllllltlIIlItlttIttlPhltllllltlllIllflhItlllllSTATE/ / '; 2300 12th St., NW FOR QUICK SALE. Evenings 29-4-2402 5 iXUvinf< room Large lot 110 i ISO ft It well Isndscaped .. $14,800 Beasley Realty Co.
livIng
Has 2062 f of
I FARM | SPACIOUS HOME IN :: with fireplace = sq with $300.00 Down 134 lISt 8t, NW CT 3.2757szieo
S Beasley Realty Co. 30-1 = iX< Bedrooms 3. can be ; area Living room

= Convenience II obvl-- s 5 CHOICE LOCATIONPrice 934: Ith SC, NW CY 3 27S7IS = 4I fireplace separate dining room,, $97.00 MonthNo -
Fla room 12 i 17 sun room
s OUt in this large 3 bed :: reduced from 311X10 10at. II', Real' =E < 'Bathi-2 == I large screen porch Oak floors.

5 room home located at :: BUO 1HM n ol living area. IRe iXBreakfast< roomS It refrlg Closing
stove .
It' Steal' = carpet drape., .
E 2003 Mb Street, NW-Spa E h I tiled Kalh. .lame r R., with tile Kt>H am "V t n- a ( LR 33 III with fireplace ho... .jklnl" work 2 car garage. Irrigation system :
floor a Lovely" laketlew outer 'Garage with ss Cost
clous panelled FloridaE = kitchen patio, laundry room work. Lake Wtntereet norm .-. .r, ttwl 11"41 Super D.al' I< IT HAS LOTS OF CHARM ', .' ..., .
room PLUS a screened =: _p, 3 car ....... lifetime .....,. beyond Cyerea OsedrnnonclivoeubdIvOolOs roomS A Real ,
tr..o. lake arenas lot 130 14/1. country llvinarily, >Lot nicely Undscap- : hi excellent condition: :3 Bedroom 2-Bath. Brick.
A home \ -
> porch Both the living :|: to really puff your i< I'
Wall 6 ACPt Large lot Fully air Only 15000. Good Terms.
E room and dining room ES Till down II'.f'I'YI: : : 1-1716 .:. Nor' conditioned convenlenct:. 4 bedrwiiu 2 tile cheat out about With 3 bedrooms = ed E Buy, Built\ .la KitchenI6'sII' -- ) ,

have new WHITE NYLON SS low i3H111. 1TFLARI1B ...,.... large. llvlnaro.\ .,in ,mraU 2 batha. Florida S iXPrict< $14000 already Realty Co. Living Roth iSxl '
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-- using, room kitchen wilh built Ei Beasley
WALL TO WALL CAR Ss 3-bedroom, CHS aouee. with appliance large acrvenml 'orE room double garage central E financed 1-ns1 Recreation Room
FETING n over I acre of land Ooee-ln. Water electric best ample :luet and air conditioning and 114 ttt C. NW CY
1700 Ss
IQ. ylem and tractor hed Alee *tora..e tomaao lloorn ...m..r i Check these things thea EE
of living area Total :EE : 3-brdroom ham CYMS14_ 3f-l Fine ..l hborttO<"& lor children heating, plui B perfect location for thorough inspection = I HI -...* Drive, SBMtATU

: price I Is $Just 14.000 With :SE : euutaeaM acnonl bu n.. Ihnmcktraffic we art sure yOw I ItY OWNER LEISURE SHORES "
SALE: 1-bednom home pearly dIa- (OCCEa Iw.rsIsl.
VOlt antOO Call CY SRK 3elHY 3cafl E ix': 31drem ltvlag 100.5.
only $450 down payment :EE aew NullS-ta ItII"'''''' Full price live happily everaflerLet's I ; rotc Sanely kttinea with electric BMM with S terto .i..iieji. t
in
To ace the Interior, taU |i tMuo CY 4-3M1 iVrr I OWNER F"rnl hl l :3.brlrvo.o. make aa appoinllnetlttodayOK' | CEKTKIDE BRYAN 1 range and dleawaeaer aUdUM talk. ., teewul entry .... ....!..
: houee and Ibedmomkeuoo. ; borne Alum.'...... *.dm. "n t'B = Days CY 3 HO E sea dnec* toO pe.lt ....,... e ? BEDROOM wall rvovcg awrfe
P0504.kbag wasisdIra
I MALCOLM TETiEAt'LTEn. | lion ..... SM month Large teaced! M (t'ura.rto... 1:1111' i CY .ISI Ef 1 Si" Hllli 1. rvnma. wall halL Ie trrlca- N.W Slat St. turn Northto ... yard wIth -It. waS
D H
nl n R.
eondlt i Evrabfs arpetnc
... .......\. l"Y"Vata, rtK8TMOHT11AX1K ty building Air er \ I ... .... .
= .. l S... CY 35U7I Es II >4 heat Very r.Mi, LEIS BROS.:: lion treat bark laws Mereirbunleraped. Mile to LeUurtShores OdEs -II.&. |>
CORP OF WlNTF.ltHAVKN :1L'W Near Weal SU lo*. My eejutt aadlake vt :WAle..
Days CY 31141 EI able
3S-TF wood acheol I >Nev I REALTORS f TOWN Cou277Malilrfl ever a .. I 4t*ej, niertcac* OffiCeCharles '
nl
payable at 3U M moata ta- UlJJ.1teaJ2 :
ii PAINTED: I bR I bathC im Sixth SC, NW p.
I TOWN COUNTRY I NEWLY clitaee taae ... will re .-. 30ieBm
tONltPI
I
i, Vacuum au home nMem. Doubt kneel carport yard.. porch.DeMrakle > I Bparkwa hum.is choice kuatltnMutfern (OppotlU Norta Gate) ( ITMBiWsI ? at KW Btruaan ...reY ..> ChuppCY f'.ta.fe

?77Mijno iIilfnjin ITWljIW! ? I at lorallon near sue ahoe; I CB 3-bednom 1 tile bataelaUuul 24-31t7 Ct 31141SiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiT wtLa.LLetalil: : ) 21ia PLCy4).thow:0TJ3
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center. walking dialane, AIXIchoala eheltw kale of ....*** eeac I IJ 3-13S3
i: a3ii4t lAJUu UlAllJli! i : ni Owmer transferred, bow 2 car garage. worinkiW. roitralheal I II ow.nPtvtwaDr., Pew mol'3- I WAKICK SECKCL, KeaJUr
lane. comerIX badriu Flarsita $8
A air rawiMltoamf
IMIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltl" I If aara.Inwa UIO Payment(aveth k. a B.m.t"'f. near echuda.. *Mi |.n. enter I l4&S J eon eeavewiesr.o a : 1oct58, CVb0siL i ,
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Sunday, November I I9M Peg. Twenty-Nine
WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHiEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA





I [I Classified Advertising 8p p YOUR HAUH.( .. BEETLE BAILEY



By LESTER L. OOLXatAJf.: MJX i' +' jI"O its e1tYIMLLauT
((13)) Rw-IE ,U For Sale ((131, Real| &** For Sale sou 4soeas 1 M (924i oTO

t DUTY 1 e T11Opi ,.
Sboll/d Stress Hope Not Fear TtPlitlstT OOITUMa
f
+ .
ANTIQUE BRICKThree
4 BEDROOMS A GROUP of cheerful. happUy education campaigns to rrirhUa

Bedroom 2 bath Famil excited young people MUred or threaten. Encouragement and QOa
room double garage swim 2 baths SS2SO $300 down, a public building to attend hope can be the keynote f. TJ

ining pool fenced backyard Nice location. a rneaUag' A Urge poster reader aupport to these or-
hung on the wall of the who 0
Lovely corner lot Central beat lobby gantekUone really play
and air conditioning Built in MAJOR REALTY with an ominous finger pointedat such an Important role in lab

appliances including dishwash 293-2178 everyone shrieking the oratory and hospital research..
message that "Next year one Community health projects
.'r Sprinkler system Mister 3610 Havendale Blvd out of five will die of cancer." need and deserve support That
has dressing suite and
bedroom .1. This' discomforting support should be forthcoming
enclosed patio Priced at cost met because of the wonderful health

Cap now to see it sage, a prophesyof atrldes that these funds can

doom. Immediately provide.
imriY: STATELY OAKS .
THE ULTIMATEIn NO riAIMNO COST I settled a Fear must not be allowed to
Charming Uvlaa" mom ieparati blanket of depression thrive and spread Its destruo
modern design can be yoursat dining area. I bedroom. a beautifully over live powers.A .
,, wild
tiled bathroom kitchen
a savings of over $7,0000.00. deluxe built In refrigerator <1 xhwaaher the group and Single:! Truth HENRY 61
All rooms in the house open dtapoaal. a> Urge: adjoining Instantly c o n-
Florida room Thrrr te convenUnlatorafe I The single truth is that
onto patios. Huge screened gardens vetted gall r to
room A backyard ucompletely --
: th"M never in the history' of man.
Dr. comber
that are immaculately traced low.Ownrr Coleman alienee
kind could It have been said
U building a new home
New built in One man cut -
maintained appliances ......11 for telling A vrry Rood bu) that the child born today will,
Kitchen has Island in Marjorte A Summer through the dense cloud of despair
in all likelihood, live In health
with and cocktail with a facetious but
middle range CY MM7 By.'lItndl until the of 70
age yean, or
sink. Free form exhaust hood meaningful comment: I m safe longer 1
overhead. Sunken tub in bathroom Terra Flrma Real Estate They promised to get me last
and
Generosity gratitude go
Read and didnt
2 bedroom plenty of 600 Cypress Gardens year I hand In hand when such statistics .
Phone 944207 The true meaning of this
storage spaceBONUS dramatic scene la that the are used aa a positive
force to the health
30-1 I support
Extra education of the public to
large
: game agencies who constantly seek
health problems ha. become a
room can be used as family new avenues for scientific advancement
gigantic lucrative business I
room guest room or 3rd bedroom LEAVINGCITY
which too often
exploits Innerfears i
Fenced backyard. This Conning face to face with the
architect designed home could B I reality of a health problem need

not be duplicated for anywherenear Want Offer!! Vee Ingenious Technique I not terrorize anybody There Is

the $17,900 price. Let t go Money-raisers for this or that i no room for complacency the 1011I

look at It Excellent Buy 4 bedrooms, cause have learned to employ I home or the community-..boutI
plus study In SE section. CB statistics: and to use Ingenious I diseases that Hill exist and can
See us every possible Real home with central air conditioning advertising' techniques that Induce be eradicated if we do not close

Estate Need Groves 2Vk tile baths, 2 car terror and haunt the lives our eyes to their presence.

Ranches Homes, Business garage SPACIOUS. Many attractive of many who thus can be I TR Not Eradicated

rentals Multiple Listing features Consideredone prodded Into giving : Tuberculosis still exists It Is
Service Mortgages, Con of Winter Haven best Such giving Is truly -giving 'not a disease that was eradicated
until it hurts" hurting the In
struction. Insurance buys the era of antibiotics.
physical and emotional stability But tuberculosis 'Is controllableand I

Beasley Realty Co. of the giverA often curable Tuberculosis II1h
world already filled with is not a shameful or social disease
: gal 6th St., NW CY > ZJ57. anxieties is unnecessarily complicated .

.lIfr" .1. by statistics' of death A chronic cough sustained
F
and destruction: that deny the weakness or loss of weight deserve

!.ur..l real hope of modern day civilisation the X-r., of the chest ao
How much wiser it vital to the diagnosis and
i ., IIOQ'CIMU. }\ (I I.A) Groves might be if these well.meaning treatment of this disease

if propagandists emphasized the Tfceee Mlim** art rfartewea1fa

!<: GROVES positive and solicited our generous relieve' your leers akotttkeoitk
-- .....' 10 Acred Oranges. 7 yearn old. 330 contributions by highlighting through a better wMeritan >
hard mad Good place to build
on a home All for 11*.000. Terms the remarkable strides 30 ACRES LAND that have been made in the AU the hopeful new advancesIn
13 Acres In orangta Some old, past ten years against the medicine reported here are
some Nice crap on aid trrrtHat
; s'young well' pump and motor and deadly destroyers like polio, know to doctors everywMre. L1 -
all equipment lo cart for roTs. meningitis, pneumonia and mastoldltls. Your Isdlt""deal medical srtrma **-
Beautiful location to build a home : .
saouU be Imtttbd
MO on hard road Only I US**) by raw
Florida Development Termi To we these call FR J-1SS7. There is no need for health .own iocter. fit knows you keel.O / W.iCI
LAKE Al.ntED REALTY COn ( 1. Feature
.t H Lag radicate, la*.) \ Ieli55Y5sep
& Investment Corp.


Walter J. Coleman Realtor GROVE* river HEATERS adjustable heat nteel.burnt alldIn EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By BU.

498 Cypress SE oil Kerosene coal charcoal S sal tit ,
capacity 17100 pei hundred FOB c
Orlando Minimum hipping: order. 1
ttrn ClrdenQjrt. M FLAM BF All QIWVE HEATFRS jJ1NIS
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IS Kent AveWie' OrtandfMl
'4403, Open I I Monday ( r

Friday *H r C

Every Facility for the Home Buyer ttAfhIES
CLEAN
((14-A) Lots & AcreageCommercial
le
1- SHE 6o CAREAUt.IL.yWASHEDMID .

CHEAPER Lot IRONED

AND GAVE. HIM
THAN RENT
50 x 150 Ft located on Ave. C, To Wt AWAYYES1tRDAY

$100 DOWN $60 Per Month SW Across from Exchange I

including taxes It insurance 3 Bank Parking Lot Wide newly

BR 1 tile bath home Price paved street with alley entranceIn

9500. rear. For sale by owner .
Phone CY 3.3771 Alter I P.M.or IIKw

VARNER REALTY Edna Walton, Realtor, CYI viY\

14 6th St., NW ,I.4141.I .

293.MM 2M. 497 213-77MU6
of wits bRELAX
ACRES 4 mllet we t
Have oa Ml TERMS i'5I 941 / 5
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: 77 TF

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APPROXIMATELY 10 aero *
% ACRE LAND land In Wahneta. Ideal' for truckmi s
firm or Induitrtal tile Hal

2 BR. 1 bath frame borne city paved water road available frontage(,3 lId'(:Y u V4HTU Wile
between Auburndale I: Lakeland 30-1
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$3,500 Termi 1 OOOD bulkilnalota for aalr Call
earh l.ake Heion Katalee: )
3 BR. 1 tile bath, Fla. Room ,"V s 13so or CY S-3114 I TF r
craw. 4reae.a. IM i nw.ly x nr..A
carport I: utility room $500

Down $70 per month. Price -

10200.

:3 BR 1 tile bath in new condi- Hear Aliliy .

tion. Shallow well, underground

Price irrigation$9,600.Nice Terms.VARNER landscaping. Don't Waste Time, Lady !


REALTY Abigail Van Huron 7

14 elk SL, NW rA

.Mvaiu........... -.'I..uTl...- 293.77N

161LAKEFRONT DEAR ABBY Four years ago my husband DEAR ABBY My friend! and I are !hexing
hired a pretty. young secretary married t i 1 an argument with our husbands Latt night II
never, paid much attention to her although be was very cold here in Indianapolis Indiana We
did take her to dinner occasionally when bed noticed the policeman on the beat was without
$14,000 ask her to work late 1 know they lunched together a coat I Our husbands aid that policemen cannel FIND WHAT YOU WANT

too, but I suppose many such luncheons put on their coals until they are given permission
BEDROOMS are for the purpose; of discussing business Three to In the fall furthermore. they hare to
weeks ago my husband received word that he wear heir coats In the spring urcil they are
Modern ire home directr) ":.t'.: was being transferred out U town New he tells ordered to leave them off It this true' If so BY reading and using WANT ADS
rater .greened porch 1". me that this secretary to getting s divorce too we gals think It to a stupid regulation Any man
Flortda built la Room oven 4 Onl rangf SH MO It.-IT II foot JW children and Is going with him: Abby do you mho Is old enough to be a policeman shouldn(
Down N'. Closing Cool believe .la a woman's intuition' He Mower mentioned seed permkMkm to wear hit coat. and take N
that this woman was unhappy lo her off Caa you tell me U this !tt a regulation or Dot
HEAR THIS!! marriage Why suddenly this I have the Iftlam Per JL DAY
lag that something to' gdnf on Is tt' my place CAN'T BELIEVE: IT _
BEDROOMSWe to husband if be has something to ten
4 U be has should I make H easier for DEAR CAST: I jIM& called. the Isyflaaapafla.ladlaaa For
me why Pollrt Dearta.r4 and tae ,....... told 50 O
,. older home Bear him' INSERTION
ha aa
arkm>l. with 4 ..... Sass> and 4 me H's tree Ka .ke said live to aalatag ks Ikerrf Day
bedrooms and bath m ...\t.w. for OMAN'S INTUrnON alcUoat. to Meeeei a swHrmaaa Irwnt veariafaaylklag
family sal carpe e4 1141..1. .1w- sad .ke wants to ...,..... his sk>r->
.* area hitches.. features DEAR INUmoVi Tee ak Mm M be bee .
which krartwarmlag.TO
kullt la ova Sad ram "" "**; .... t.. to Irfl yea. sad waeil werrr abash wi
atwcMua eon" bas doe MNB wlMtWr are autaJaf H "toe ...,' tar bUa.II 5 e .
roe
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Mephec Wolk, Inpropmr lane
Municipal Court QSjsjASje, fsf felted $M bond.Seabree .
H.Wooden,improper
I perking forfeited $t bond.
( 9

: Docket
I Tub Sets Solve eucr

Space Problem Wallace L. Minn,
Georgia MM Carter, drunk, Maclin Wheeler Stewart Jr.,
noUe proceed.b speeding forfeited $18 bond. Housewives with limited space STATE REPRESENTATIVE
via Oenter Jr., drank, 10 David Walter Stnrthers, disobeying for a laundry center in their htk casryr.sq..s aeratocaar
days arepended selM.... stop sign forfeited $10 basements can take advantage of
Floyd PrMtwood, drunk 10 bond. the portable laundry tube seta
days suspended sentence Milton Shantec Thompson which are available.:
Kenny MM Swaker, drunk, expired drivers license, $10 Tbeee large tube made of durable
I nolle proceed fine. galvanised steel can be
James T. Edit, assault and James O. Vaughn, Improper moved into petition on wash
battery, none proceed.Car passing $15 fine. day and then tolled beck into
owners violating Ord. Patrick McXentle Vogt, a storage area when not in use. i --
I 596, forfeited $200.50. careless driving forfeited $15 The tube sets are mounted on dJ '
Frances Doreen Alexander, fond.Alvin stands equipped with casters. __ \ I' .f: FOR STRONG EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION
y, speeding, forfeited $25! bond. Wilson reckless driving They arc wvailabU.. in tingle and But the party was over an hour ago. I'.. ,.1. A41 I
John Elrldge Allen disorderly $50 fine or 10 days In double tub sizes and have con Whose little boy are you?*
venient drain outltU.
conduct, nolle pressed. Jail .. --.- -- . .
Kenneth "
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Eugene Allen violation 'J c "
Ord. 596, forfeited 1175.
Albert Armond Arnurlus,

disobeying$10 bond. stop sign forfeited At this crucial time

forfeited Stella HollyAusley$15 bond. ,speeding, ,

Aril Franklin Austin, Improper -


sign Hollts, $15 start stop fine.Vernon and sign disobeying Banks$10, fine.disobeying stop- .. it is the conservative course to follow


James Ellwood Bartlett m, )0\11.\ "
Improper tag and speeding $25


tine Sam$15 bond.Bates, speeding,forfeited : a man who is a leader-and .

Jerry William Birchfleld ,
running red light $10 tine ;..
Merlin L. Birdsong, no driv
ers license nolle proceed who is well. ,

transferred Samuel Bodlson to county. robbery, leading

Edward Henry Bolick,speedIng ....
forfeited $15 bond.

Stanley Bryan Brahman,
speeding $15 fine
Clancy Britt, careless driving PRESIDENT has In affairs his firm buttem-
forfeited $25 bond. JOHNSON n. long, foreign ,
Willie Coley Britt, speeding,

forfeited Robert$15 Lonnie bond.Bryant,speedIng impressive record of outstanding perate position has given the free


one-way Clare forfeited H.street$15 Burnett bond.forfeited violating$10 leadership. Bipartisan leadership peoples of the world confidence in


bond.Homer Lee Butler, running His actions to reduce taxes and America's leadership.hold .

red Rocco light,Bernard$10 fine.Chason, driving down government spending Continuity of sound policy and

while intoxicated, $100 fine

Bertie Jean Couch reckless the confidence that is vital America's fu-
driving, forfeited $25 bond. are providing leadership to
Robert Davis, violating one

way Willie street Bea, forfeited Donaldson$5 bond.no will keep the economy growing. ture. Therefore, we the undersigned :1'.


pear.drivers Tommie license Crumbley failed'Enflnger to ap-, He is giving the private enterprise urge you to vote for President _41 .


speeding Arolo Ewing forfeited, drunk$15, 10 bond.days system opportunity to do its job. Johnson and Senator Humphrey;

suspended sentence !
Paul Flowers, falling to yield
right of way, $15 fine. ,
Alice Carlson Garner, disobeying
one-way street,$5 fine.
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Beverly Ann Cedeon speedIng .' .
tailed to appear. NATIONAL l INDEPENDENT PQMMITTEE
WUllam Henry Graham '. r a A :
speeding, $15 fins
Nick Charles Griffin, running FOR
stop sign, $10 fine.
Wlnfleld Lafaln Hancock, Improper -
muffler, tailed to appear PRESIDENT JOHNSON AND SENATOR HUMPHREY

Nathaniel Hatcher, disobeying -
red light, forfeited$10 bond.
John Steven Holloway,speedIng -
forfeited $15 bond. CHAIRMEN CHARLES A.CANNON HERSCHEL L. GREER J. HOWARD MARSHALL; II RAYMOND RUBICAM
Charles Henry Jack.on.110- JOHN T.CON NOR CIt..C"u"101 ill, C.. Pr.GsaantyMeriga, Cam fan) Prn.,U.lo.Tea.sParelessCerr. 8,1.1,.Jril.
lating one-way street $5 fine. Summil.NJ. EDWARD CARLSON! WALTER A. HAAS,,JR. ]. ELROY McCAW W.H. RUfFI
Ulysses Jenkins, drunk forfeited }JOHN L.LOEB Pr.Wafersettlee. Prn..Levi;Sir.." U Company C.mmaeicaioss&RuEast( Ca"irwieMills
$25 bond.J Sr Per,.,,, ]V.CARMICHAEL' HANSBERGER DAVIDM.McCONNILL ROBERT In!.SCHWARZENBACH
Wallace Jones, violating Ctirl!M.Lea Root:4tlVC: .. Pr"..Strip.1 N''r"..Btiif Ctttaii C.r,. Bilk Sltrn frtt.Sckuurttlack Hottr Co.
Ord. 596, $25.25 fine. HENRY Z.CARTER ROBERT: HART NORTON SIMON
Beatrice Bonin Kelgley, violating VICE CIIAIRMEN I Pr,,.,dveeJabSAipy.rJrlea CIt? BtaUrr N.,i..1 Bnk JOSEPH Prn..RtfotUi H.McCONNELL/ llliI Ce. Prn.Hoot Foot i (f InJmlrin,lot,
restricted license I
foils CARTER L. BURGESS SAM CASEY
BENW.HEINEMAN ROSS D.SIRAGUSA S1.
pressed.Michael King, running red WILLIAM Ch..imrrittn HEWITT Mat.him W Fmnttrf C*. Pr,,., Commoowtatlk Oil, Rtfnina Co. CIt..Chi(.,'and fftrlkuinlern R,. JOHN MECOMJhmltii.. Tt*. Ch.,dlmir.f Corporation

light, forfeited $10 bond. NOBLE C.CAUD1LL HARRY B.HENSHEL ROBERT SMALL
Mtbnt.IU.EDGAR ANDRE MEYER
Rufus Wiley King, speeding, Dir.,Cum.Nt.. Prt,.,BelowW.irl C.N t, Sr.ParsesL.urFrerttIfCe PrtivrfotJiuttMUliROGER
K.KAISER
$15 fine. J.M.CHEATHAMPrn. GEORGE WATTS HILL I SONNABEND
William Frances Knapp frit..Kaiser iKilmlrln Corportthot .,DunJrt Mill CIt..U..."Semritf Lift Inturtiut Ce. AL C. Pol FFLIN I ,J1. Pr,:..H.,,1 Corporation tfjmtrlel
driving on wrong side of road MILLS B. LAN E.IR., PETERCOLEFAX WALTER HOCHSCHILDC' Pm..Jillrlr"hreB,1 U Troll Ct.ARJAYR. .
forfeited $10 bond. Prll..Cilitrnt (tJ erfafruNul.edBss$ Cadmrir.cP.taa&CAmir.l; C.r I. *,.AmrrirtH Altlil Cltmi*lot, MILLER CALLIAMEosSMULDING/
Robert Carl Krause, Jr..improper 51.0"SOltS DONALD C.COOK BAI LEY K.1I0WARD. Prn.F Motor Ctmfanf MODIE].SPIEGELKE
muffler, 10 day suspended PrndmrineLrrtricP.werCe. C*,. FuU EolerprisrtEJatie.elCerp. BERNARD A. MONAGHAN CA"Sperdlse.
sentence. ETJI S.ADAMS ]AMES M.COX EDWIN JANSS JR. Pr,,.. Cohan Matiriali; Ct. MANSFIELD D.SPRAGUE
Sheri Adair Lane, speeding, CaRAJ/tpsPtreffrmCe./ Pot.. TkiMiamiNrwi;
$15 line ; Prn.,Jtnil Ctrf. WALTER S.MONTGOMERY YPrfadmrussAlacaics&F.ecdryCe.
JOHNM.AKERSPrll.
Fred Albert Letzner, Jr.. .,Alitrt Motor Lmn EDGAR M.CULLMAN R.HUSTONJEWELL PrrSf.rtesMJL SYDNEY STEIN,JR.
violating one-way street, forfeited FRANKALTSCHULKtvYort.N.Y. Prn.,Gtntrol Citar C.I.t. Pr,,..Crfitti SfriHfi Blrarhrrf CHARLES H. MURPHY,JR. Sltin.RottfFarnkamWILLIAM
$10 bond. NATHAN CUMMINGS D.WELLSMAN JOHNSON Pr,,.,Morfh) Corf. CSTOLKCk.AmtrKin :
Jennie Llndberg no drivers CL.C.sr.ItiatldFeedCorp. Pr".,ih"MiJI, CHARLES AlYERS.JR. C.. Co.
license and Improper puking, ROBERT B.,ANDERSONCrttnwito Cemi.JAM COLGATE DARDEN EARL.JOHNSON PrrrBrrlmytnl.Jertrislse.; RALPH STRAUS
$17 fine. Ner/olhY. ParprrGralDys.micsC.rj. JOHN NUVEEN Z7N R.H.Matt f( Co..Int.
Leo Frank Love, Improper ESW.ASTON: RALPH K.DAVIES HALBERT M.JOSES Dir..JokoNovttntfC. ALFREDA.STRELIN
license tag and no drivers license PreaRtleblicNationBeck? ./DalUt C*.,NafemuGmpscy PrrrJravrlMill,I.t. OS'FORD C*..Ceeal.sireme.nC.rp.
M ORLOFFFor11.rlaTra.
A.
forfeited $75 bond. PERRY RICHARDSON BASS
A. D. DAVIS SIDNEY KELLAM I H.GARDINERSYMtONDSFORD
Pr '..Evtot PrtJoctt Ce.
Jerry Eugene McDonald Prll..lI'i".Diri,SI./"t. C*..Bank ./t'ltfrn Brack FREDERICK Civ Ttnntntt Gil Traniminion Co.
reckless GENERAL OSBORK

driving while
drinking, BELLCk.RiaOwlSlortilne.
$50 fine. LEWIS W.DOUGLAS CHARLES KELLER JR. NruYtrk.N.Y. &MARK TAPER
Sonoita,Am. PrrrKBrCeerfrectiesC.mp.cy Ch.fistCh.rsFi.nti.lC.rp.
Charles Edward McLendon HERMAN H.PEVLER
ARTHUR EBENNINGfrit
speeding, $15 fine. 1 tt Gee.Mir.. MARRINER. S.ECCLES JAMES KERR Prn..H.r I,i. tf rfrtlrro Railway CHARLESB.THORNTON
C*.Ulok Conilrotlion ( Co.
M. C. Mlms, violating Ord. Tin dm.lr.murdSeyoC.. trtli.iee Prn..ArCOC r Ck.Litton Iniottritl Jet
596 BUFORD ELLINGTON GEORGE KILLioN ALEXANDER M. PONIATOFF .
$1.50 fine. L WALTER] TUOHY
Bobby Ray Moore, speeding, T.Ci.CsrsiraWrighsCerpersties ROLAND BERN ER I Le.isvdl&N.raenBrRsilreaCe pr,,.,Amtnem Prn'Jtnl Lion.tlJ Co..AmpiC r, Prtt"Cknart,U Okio RaUwa)
failed to GERMAN II. II. EMORY TROY V. POST
appear E. WILLIAM KING FREDERICK:M.WARBURGXtvYork.N.Y.
Reynold Jackson Masworth WILLIAM R. BIGGSrat CIRteee/Trash, Corp. pH.J1a.alDiealeIce. CA..G,,.,.", ,,;'tI Cor*. .

disobeying stop sign $10 fine amass.D.C. RAY R. EPPERT THOMAS S.LAMONT JEROM PRESTON SIDNEY WEINBERG
Monroe Peterson disobeying GORDON BILDERBACIC Prn.,Borrouaki C.r/.r.i.. ffnt York N.Y. Prnlto.MmUCo.HICKMAN S.P".C.II".S.tA
red light $5 fine. C""' ",.,///. EVANS P ICE.JR.
HARLEYLANGDALEJR. CHARLES A.WELLMANPrn.
Charlie Pickett, no drivers EUGENE R. BLACK Pea"TeN.tavill.Teats'e C1"i.trre.sia.lPredeclCerp.r.ti.s .,Firtl Ckirttr .
license, $29 fine N_ YerlN.Y. Prn. Tkt Ltotitli C m, mj FimoeiaJ Corf
WILL TURNER RAY
FLEMING JOHN LAWRENCE HOWAR.DWERTJIAN
license Emanuel$15 Plttman fine. no drivers JACOB BLAUSTEIN Prn.TliirJ tfti...*l B.*k XtiMlt: Ca..DretfrleIessnlrt: Ck..Bo>kfM.olrrti Dr..Wtrt\on Bat Corf oration
Kathryn Holland Pobjecky Co-lo notr (&Formtr Prtt* MARION FOLSOM RALPH LAZARUS RICHARDS.IlEYNOLDS.JR. WALTER H.WHEELER..
falling to yield right of way 4"1(''OJ C.. Dir.,Eiitmt*XW ( Ce. Prrr"1'elnurdDep.rlmevSiam.lot. CA..Rey..UMetdCs. Ca.Ptrcc-8ewals,.
forfeited $15 bond. JOSEPH I L. BLOCK HENRY FORD ROBERT LEHMAN( L.W. ROBERT ALFRED MAYO WILSON
Joan Pope speeding forfeited Ck.l.l<"4StrICt.SAMUEL C*..fin JI.,,, C."' / nf SrParssL.am.edie.. C*..Rokrrt U Common* ZaC.V.Prrr"11.ywBlee..
$15 bond. J. BLOOM INGDAIJt JAMES M.GAVIN LEWIS CORBIN ROBERTSON JOHN WILSON
Mann Prescott, running stop lit_ YerhN.Y. Prn..Artkur D. LitlU Ce. BSirrstyCe.l: .as Q tut ana Ptlroltom Corforoltou ...L""iI,.,. tll."
Sign, forfeited $10 bond. JAMES H.BRADYKoomiltt ELI GOLDSTON SOL.M.LISOWITZCtj..Xtr JAMES E. ROBISON JOSEPH C WILSON

drunk Howard, Hershel Presley. Ttnn. Pr,:.,Etttrrm Gar V FtrIJtiH tC.rf.AUOU8TUSC.LOSG. Pr"..lot1**HtoJ Mittt lot Pr,,..X,,...Cer ..
forfeited $25 bond.
Harold Gordon EDGAR M.BRONt MAN \VILUAMT.GOSSETT : LESSI G J. ROSENWALD FREDERIC B.WHITMAN
speeding forfeited $10 Rackley bond., /'rr.J"t. Siatram J Sont.lot. BI.,1IJ 1Ii11,.M.A. Q..T.ae. lee. Formn C*.,Start Roikotk Pr....rr'ttlrrn Pod ft RJt,Co
Eseell Reed drunk. forfeited D.W. nROSNAN JOSEPH s.WRIGHT
$25 bond. Prn..S..,." ,. Railuaj Pr....Z,.." Relic Corf.COUNSEL .
PAUL C.CABOT ntOlllmll J at aficrrt ,r iptnurt ur\t in their ferunatandinJivutmilcapacity;lit
Isaac Searcy,, speeding tor- C*.,Suit Sinn Invtitmtnt .
felted $15 bond. CABOT Corf.THOMAS corfwate and tn>intn aJ/Uiatitnt listed art purely Jetcripthtt tarrying no implication tfauthorizjtioit HENRY H.FOWLUL '
Richard Terry Ships Impro- rCuoinftoo.D.C.;
per muffler, $5 fine. C*..Ctktl Corf oration tr participation fy tAt trgtnizathn need InnrforatfJ in 196.,. u.oYDN.ctrrLER
Christal O. Smith. speeding, CASS CAN FI ELD rfoikinatoo.D.C
forfeited $15 bond. CA., ltt.Ce*., MAXWELL'I.RASA

James Floyd Smith William, drunk, $25 Stanley fine., litter If Row PoHuktrt.tut. 99 Park Avtnut, New York, Ar. Y. 10016 Tel.(212)661-1500 Nlfllr.I.Nr.

speeding, $15 fine
William Benjamin Stefanskl Locally Winter Haven Businessmen for Johnson
Sponsored By
jr., speeding forfeited $15 p. o. taxI 602. WlNTtI HAVEN
bond.
James B. Stephens, drunk, I Pd. Pel Ad .1)
forfeited $25 bond.




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More Prime Nets Battle




Time GoingTo For Quick Call




The KidsBy On Outcome'

I
RICK DU BROW There will be more people

United Press International scrambling for votes Tuesday I
HOLLYWOOD (UPI>-Youth, night than there were beforethe

i with Its Increasing buying election, as thou.and.IJIOft

.. power, Is not merely being thousands of newspaper, radio
: served this television season, and TV staffs, bolstered by
but is being kowtowed to. Not many more volunteers, get and
only are the Influential Nielsen compile the returns In the most

. ratings apparently undergoingan extensive election coverage in
alteration to Include more history.
families with young children
statistical And In addition to the human
with an accompanying
.hU\-but the prime-time mobilization, this presidential j
election will bring together thegreatest
network schedule seems ,
concentration of computer
tacked for the brats
I Many video watching adults shipment ever.

I like to go to bed early too, yet The vote tabulation will be
many of the shows they probably .j
faster than ever before, as the
want to see begin at
result of a new approach to
10 p.m. EDT, the latest possible election coverageAll three
' start for an hour prime networks, the Associated Press
time program. These shows In. and United Press International
I' elude "Slatter)'. People," The are pooling their facilities for

Alfred Hitchcock Hour, "The the first time, and this Is expected -
Rogues," "Ben Casey," "The to produce returns far
Fugitive," "The Nurses," The taster than ever before
"Telephone Hour," Danny
Kaye, Jimmy Dean "The De. To give an Idea of what this
1 fenders," "Suspense Theatre," combination will mean, NBC
"The Reporter," Jack Poor and alone will have 70,000 gathering
"Cunsmoke" not to mention returns for Network Election

the three weekly network Service .
modes, all of which begin at
9 p.m. EDT and last for two Its head of news, William R.
hours or so. McAndr.w,laid this weeks"We
It Is an accepted fact that, expect to have results la manyof
with rare exception, shows that the key races within the first
start after 10 p.m. EDT usual bout or two"

ly suffer In the ratings by com.
First In Important will be
parlson with other time slots.
the voting In the 50 states and- -
."The Fugitive," for Instance
for the first time, la the District
Is a probable exception, and
of Columbiaon the balloting
"Ben Casey" seems better off
for President.
la Us old time period again I
than when It was opposite "The. There are 19 Senatorial races I

.. Beverly Hillbillies" "The De. Salute To The Duke'Today' and S3 gubernatorial contests j
fenders," which used to be on besides the 439 House "
earlier in the evening on Satur. eats at stake throughout the
day's, now fills the late CBS. country.
TV slot on Thursdays To Present Ellington// Each: of the networks will have

There Is not a single .It.. It* own system of reporting the
Lion comedy scheduled In the election of course
final network prime.time hour Duke Ellington and his orchestra Heated Lady" and ''I Cot It Train" and "Things Ain't The NBC team Of llunltey
each night. They are all on with singers Ella Fits and That Ain't Good" and, They Used to B*." Elling: and Brlakl l I I.y will anchor that
view in what is regarded as gerald and Terri Thornton, will the orchestra, "I Let A and ftrayhora, In a piano network's coverage, with a
the more choice, earlier and be guests on NBC-TV's''Tods," Co out of My Heart" and will play "Tonk." dozen or more lop staff men
higher costing periods. With show Thursday for a two-hour Indigo." .... the musical perform reporting key developments In
the deluge of comedy and va.rlety musical salute to "The Duke" the'A'.., "Today" host Hurt various phases.
shows, the only occasional starting at 7 a.m. Orchestral selections will and Jack Lescoull will CBS will stick with Its old
relief from steady case of the This will be the first extended dude s medley of "Black with Ellington about his ca standby, Walter! Cronklte, ...
giggles and.or nausea during ; performance by the Ellington Tan" "The Mooch a and how be cam to write anchor, after trying a duo at 3 3a
these periods, aside from turn. band on network television and "Creole Love Call" and of big famous com pot l. Democratic Convention and .1 a
melodrama here or there, or as a recording artist. warhorse. Cronklte will ,
maybe the Bob Hope theatre Members of tilt band who will also have the CBS stables of I
once In a while, or "CBS Re appear on tilt "Today" special TV NOTESNEW reporters and analysts to call
ports" or "World War V* a Include several musicians who oa when the occasion! demands.

documentary series have been with Ellington: over'Ih* ABC will go to the post with ,'
Thus half-hour shows, and years. YORK UPIt Remember wrote the highly successful wartime Its Mg IUD, Howard K. Smith,
shows with t heavy appeal for Among then )Jail artists are Tommy Kettle, Ions- book and who Is a veteran who will haw Edward P. Morgan
youngsters, are In the as. trumpeters Cootie Williams and ago boy master of the canine video playwright, will wilt the and t similar retinue of
cendancy.: If television Is not William "Cat" Anderson, torn Mal In the early days of tht"Lassie" pilot episode for the series and specialists to come la with Ih*
actually aiming for the 11-yee.r.' bonlsl Lawrence Brown, saxophonists series Tommy grew em as Its producer. latest development from Pad

old mind, it will sever come Johnny Hodges, Harry up some yean MO. even got weak or wherever
any closer by accident. Carney and Paul Conzalv and married. Now he has a thane Are stations will aiM bay
drummer Sam Woodyard. to get back into television by coverage of their own. ChannelS
MOM-TV has been signed to Pianist Billy Strayhont, Elllntlon's being signed br MOM-TV for a Quest stars coming up on Ih4 I will eooie la at IS and 99Inate
Azalea Tatum In a half- righthand snas and continuing role In th* "Be plays for NBCs "Kraft u* past the hour with local
play comedy aeries planned for composer-arranger, also will be Iletr." Private Hargrove' half PCTM Theater" during !fot'.... and county returns. Channel twill
hour
television season featured.Oa boor comedy skein listed for th* bet and December win be Milton supplement I Us national
the 1JW-66 motion picture"KisabY tile program of all.EUlng NBC network In the 1"5-" serif,Carol Lawrence John coverage with local return
baaed on the
She had the lion compositions.Miss Fltcgr aeaaon. He will play an Army Ponyth Pal OBrVn Cdd originating both at tile studio
Cousins
tM Byrnes aid will sing "rm Beginning to prink who I* a buddy of Har- Byrne. Louts Jovrdan Hush la Orlando and from the orange
role In the movie. version, See tile Light" and"Satis Doll." grove Th Utte role has been OBrian. Barbara Rush. Eddie County eourtliou
will star In the video Presley Miss Thornton accompanied assigned to Peter Heha. Th Albert Ulna Merrill and Roddy The election show starts af 7
Elvis:
role
playing the by strayhora, will offer"8 itH- real Oft Marion Hargrove who MeDowaU p.m. oa aQ three networks.Winter .
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7,4s-N., W'eher The Story News Singing Ti.... NEWS: CONFERENCE Business .

IOo-llht Time Gospel Ti.... Gospel Gospel Singing and political figures will
1l5-LI.in Word Gospel Time Caravan Caravan be Interviewed by High School
IUI-<:hl.toh.,. Kids Bible Gospel Gospel Singing students In \the area.
1:45-Soe'l l Security Club Caravan Caravan 12:30: p.m. (6)) 03) FLORIDA

':00-It Can Happen Sunday MoreJim end Jesse Faith for Ted.y FOOTBALL. Coach Ray Graves .
111T.. Y... leg Movie Jim end Jesse Faith for T....y I fives highlight of the Auburn
f:10-Thu It "lr.de. Frf TV Gospel Tim WTVT Church and Florida came
:4S- Tke Life Sele TV Gospel Tim Service 1 p.m. ((8) SCIENCE FICTION
THEATRE. "The Cyclops,"
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10:11-, Feet Robert Young W.d.f Life My Feet
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terrifying one
10:JO-leak Up Chrlitopheri The M Picture Look Up
end. Politic! The frightens a group of scientists.
IQ:4S- Live lie Picture end Live
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IhJO: -li.lgh History First Baptist High School Involved In a shocking wave
I IMS-Iniijht the Making Services Newt Cnf. of brutal murders 1J
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Redskins vs. Eagles.
12100-1' Life i. Florida The Story Original Alii. tOO: (9)) AFL FOOTBALL.
121W.ld' Today. Minds of Work The Story tour Hour Houston at Buffalo. '
12lo-Fl.. Football'Perspective Davy I Goliath Fl.. Football 4:00 (8) GOLDEN ARCH
12:41Hila. Fl. Perspective Social Security Hillis Fl. THEATRE presents "Cullver'S

1:00vs.. Aubaro Science Fiction H..ld.f Truth ",. Auburn Travels" "
IIII-NFL Today. Th...., H..ld.f Truth NfL Football 5:00 OJ TWENTIETH CEN- 0
Illo-NFL Football 'Th. Issues I Redskins TURY. "Yugoslavia) : Bridge or
IIU-.NFL Football Cyclops" Answers "I. Eagles Tightrope Guests: Sec. of
State Dean Rusk Sen. Frank
2Oo-NFL Football James Craig AFL Football NFL Football ;
2111'dkl.. Gloria Tolbo" Houston NFL Football Lausche (D., 0.); and George
2:10vs.. Eagles L Chaney. J,. .t Buffalo NFL Football Kennan former Ambassador to
2:41-NFL Football "Macumbe AFL Football NFL Football Yugoslavia.
5:30 03) POLITICAL TELECAST -
JOo-NFL Football L..." AfL Football NFL Football
with Sen. Barry Gold-
NO PARKING! Lucy OCtienit Ban) the
Joins
JIII-NFL Football 2i. Redann. AFL Football NFL Football police department -
Jlo-NFL Football Waller Rood AFL Football NFL Football water and her friend Vlv (Vivian Vance) shocked to find herselfon
IU-.Ni-L Football Profits Passport AFL Football NFL Football 5:30 (9) POLITICAL TELE the receiving end of a parking ticket on "The Lucy Show"
CAST. Democratic party. Monday at 9 p.m. on CBS.
4:0o-NFL Football The Golden AFL Football NFL Football e.30 (6) 03) CBS SPECIAL
411'-.otb.1I 1I..rt Arch Theatre AFL Football NFL Football Previews of election night cov
4.lo-Bi. Picture "Gulliver's AFL Football Political erage.
4:41-'i. Picture Travels" AFL Football Democratic 7iJO (8) WONDERFUL
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IOo-S.lId. with The Golden Bronco F..t. The Twentieth WORLD OF COLOR. Part m
III I- Jack Benny Arch Theatre bell Hilites Century of "The Tenderfoot."A concert
I.Jo-.litletl. Political Political Political .
1:41- Democratic Telecast Democratic Goldwater

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Oo-Th. Twentieth Meet The 1'.... Political News. Sports 1f'
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1:41Preview _---Candidafee _.! Gurney Preview_ __ _
7:00-Election Compel it and Onus and MEiectiaa' FINISHES
7:11Preview: Candidates Harriet j Preview:
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7145Ed Gurney Wonderful Wagon Train Martian
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IOo-E" Sullivan World .f W..O. Train Ed Sullivan
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10oo-c..dld Th. Regua loll Hope Candid
I 10:11- Camera Th. Rogues Bing Crosby Came,.
10lo-Wh.t' Th. Rogues Campaign What's Uti Xenaaaa
\ 10:45104. Line Th. Rogues Coverage My Line

t I 11,00-CIS Newt Newt. Sot Wtr Com C..,',.,. Now SporttIlilt +
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TROUBLED Oscar-winning actress Anne Bancroft star asa
the touch of a finger
woman In the dilemma of a turbulent marriage, In "Out on the
Outskirts of Town," William Inge's first drama for TV, to be
A must for painting colorcast on"Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre" Fridayat
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9 a.m. (8)) MOVIE "The Dark
with Olivia do HayU-
Mirror, (1946)). :00-N.w. N.... Sports. ABC News Pull Now
WBIO-TV WHA-TV WFTV-TV WTYT-TY land and lAw Ayre ','I-h."" Wth. Weather N.... Weather Sports, W4.JO 'f hw
c........ 4 c..... I c....... 9 ChMNWlll I I p.m. (9) MOVIE "Piratesof -CIS News NBC News M.ywl.k: CIS News
CIS NBC Ale CIS Tripoli," starring Paul Hen- 6:41-CIS: News NBC News Maverick CIS N.wr .
raid and Patricia Medina.(1956)
Ortende Orientate
Tamp. TIN
5:50 03) PULSE EXTRA ((Mi :oo o>f... Tit* (Littlest Maverick< The Bit Movie
"and interviews 7I1--Dgost I H." Maverick "Tli*
to "Six Gun Territory,
MORNING T:JO-T* Tell Truth to Bristol Voyage t. the U"Ift..lt.4"
*a old-time bartender 7-4t-T* Tell Truth Court Bottom *l $.. Rv Mill.nJ
'7:00 (13)) MOVIE "The UDInrtted. -
7:0o-.A'.II'' Today Show "A.N." ." starring Ray MUland |:00-1'v* A Sa..t .0 Bristol Voyage .. the Ruth Hv...,
7I5-W.h.U Today Show New "A.M' and Ruth Hussey A brother and 1:15-t' A Secret Court ..".'" .f S.. Donald' Crisp
7:30- Movies Today Show Mickie h.A.N... sister buy a house overlookingthe I:10-.Andy Griffith to Bristol! l lI N* Tim ft The Big Movie
7:4s-N.. WYher Today Show Mich; Evans "A.N.
ocean. Q944) :41-Aody Griffith, Crt Sergeants The Big Mi

IOo-c.t.l.. Today. Show Mickie Evelio C..III 7SO (9) VOYAGE MVUlac ot ,
t:00-Tk. Monday Andy Willi." Wendy and M* Th. Lucy Skew
: Kangaroo Today Show Mick; hue Ku..... Guilt" guest stars Richard till, Night. Movie l Andy Witliann Wendy ...4 M. The Lucy Show
I:30-Capfain. Today Show Cartee.rille Captain Carlson A report that a sea :10"Th.. Pajama| Andy Williams. 'i.. Crosby Political .
1:<.5- Today. Show Certeeoville K..tarea1:00Am.ricae jnonater had devoured come t:4S- &./11." Andy Wlllumi Skew ft.ldw.t.r

T.d.y' Movie b.rel. n. Mike fishermen sends Nelson to Nor-
10:00-: Doris D.y Political. Ben Cagey SUttwy't
0:1 B- History T.d.y' Movie Corte.mrille Douglas Skew way. 10:1 It- John lUtt telecast I** Cagey People l
Io-a.p. Roam T.d.y' Movie IS.. No' n. Mike >:30 (6) THE ANDY GRIFFITH 10:10- Ed Fe,. Jr Political) see Cagey Sl...*.,'.
e; 9:41-Romper. Allen T.d.y' Movie Blew. Douglas Show SHOW Alter Barney and lO:4s-No.d.y Movie Telecast. too Cagey People l
Thelma Lou have a spat. Andy
7 10:0G-CIS News Today's. Movie Spanish Lessons n. Mike agree with Barney that the may I 11:0ft-P.lltle.l News, Sot Wtf Ncwillii New, S.....rHIItil
10:1 S-CIS News Today's Movie Spanish Loosens Douglas Show not be the girl for him. I 1t.*.. lIc.. Tonight! Skew It.ri.l, WtK.f WtS.r. ltrll -
vft 10:10-1 Lever Lucy What's This Price Right I Love Lucy II.JO-N.wi Tonight Show L.U Show Che""I..II'! !
,": 10:45-1 Love Lucy Song 7 Price I: Right I Love Lucy 9-00 (8) THE ANDY WILLIAMS II .45-S'..... Wtkw len,,.M Show Lt Show Wrestling
SHOW Sketch: "Some
I I II Oo-.Alldy .f Ce.contratioa .Gat n. Andy .. where in France." Andy portrays -
C 11.15Mayberry Concentration Message Maybrry11:30Th. an orderly and, guest
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Real Jeopardy Missing Links Th. McCoys tar, Fred MacMurray the com-
II:45- McCoys Jeopardy. Missing Links The McGri .
manding officer of the Singing\ Tuesday Night
69th, a World War I outfit that
li losing tome of its beat vocalists -

For Titles of Morning Movies' See Highlight of the) Day to enemy action. ':Oo-N... N.... Sports, Ale News Pulse News '
9:00 (6)) MOVIE "The Pajama 4I I 5-Se.. W'thor Weather News, Weather Sports. W't...
Game," starring Doris Day 1:30-CIS Now NRC News CIS New '
AFTERNOON Carol Haney, and Eddie Foy, 4:41-CBS: News NIC News TEA CIS News
Jr. Labor Problem threatento
1t 00-Loy. .f Life Say Whom Father News. Woathor. break 7:0G-C.p.: ; '64 Local Election Election '64 11..tl. Night
11:1 5-1.... '.f Life Say When Knows lad Farm. 5th. NU up a romance. 0957) 1,15- Election Coverage C L.ul and. Coverage
1Ilo-S.ch for Tmrw T..th., Heller Fee Seek for Tairw ':30 (13) POLITICAL TALK 7,30Reforms NBC News ....111I.1 Meant
1I:45-.idi": Light Consequence Pickers Guidi.q Light Sen. Barry Goldwater,Republican 7141- Wilting each Election ,retains .IId
presidential candidate, 1*
f,00-1(S.. Note News, Sports. hA.tI".. hA..,. Low of Life tht ipeaker 1:00II.1f hour, Coverage Efectlo.. '64 National
11151.1..1 Weather Matinee Movie. Love of Life 10:00 (13)) SLATTERY'S PEOple 1,15n urinates ,Local Election "44 returns)
III00W.ld Turns Lot's Make Matinee Movie World Toros "QuestionWhere Vanished 1,10.f CIS N.'. state and Election "44 Election. Night
I:45-W..ld Tarns A Deal, Matinee Movie World Terms the Tragic Piper," starring 1:41work saverp.tiesal. l Election. "64 Coverage

2:01-Password: Cable Gillis Mali.. Movie Password Richard Crenna and Paul Geary 0:00ago .d 7 NBC News Election. '64 EI..tllll Night
5-.n..eI:I o.loi. Gillis Newline Password 11.30 (9) MOVIE "All ':15I".f Election EI.ctl.. ."64 Coverage
2:30-Noose: Party Th. Doctors Day I" Court House Party Ashore" starring Dick Hayme 0,30Control Coverage Election. .44 EI..IIII Night
1:4s-H.. Party Th. Doctors Day I. Court Huse Party and Mickey Rooney ((1953) 145FI..I". and NBC News EI..1ttI .4 Coverage
II 8S (8)) MOVIE Miss .
IOo-T. Toll Truth A..tk.r World General T. Toll Truth : "Our 10:00doh n. 11..11. EI..I.. 44 EIICII. Night
1l5-Tt Tail Truth Another World Hospital. T. Tell Troth Brook, starring Eve Arden, 10:11taint,) Ceror ge Election : Cover.
\ 1lo-Ed..f Night You D.,,', Say Th. Young Idle .f Night Gale Cordon and Don Porter. 10,30--Campaige: '44 NBC News Elesfiee: : :: Eteen.. Night: .
1:4s-Ed..f Night Y. Do,,', Say Marrieds .f Night 095) 1014s-c..1. '64 Election Election '64 Coverage

, 4:00-Sec.: Storm Match Game Trailmaster Secret Storm TUESDAY II tOG-C..I' .44 Coverage Ale Now IIICII.. Night
4115-S.cr.t Storm Match Game Treilm.dor S.c,,' Storm 1I,1S-C.p.I '64 NBC New. N..II". Coverage
4:1D-Ullcl.: Walt's" .Leave I. Trailmedn Suporm.. 9am. (I) MOVIE "Stiver 11lo-c..I "44 Election N..IIII' EI..I.. Night.
45- Adv.hferes T. Lever T.iI"' ...... S.p.,,,,,, Lode," with John Payne, Liza- 11'41-Campoite '64 Coverage N..II. CoverageTel'
beth Scott and Dan Duryea
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t:4t- T. Lever Tk.rt... Show News, Editorial; Editorial, E...,. Rogue River" starring George story of a pair of performerswho
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Montgomery and Martha Hyer.
have their career and ro-
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':00-N.wi News, Sparta ABC N.wt Pulse N... Seeing You" with Ginger Rogers 0"' '''. T...,. Orta-d Tempe
"ill-SP.HI, W'tk.r Weather News, Weather Sports. W'.kr and Joseph Cotton. 05))
"ilO-CIS News NIC News Have CUD; CIS News 1 p.m. (9) MOVIE "Man In 7100-Growers The Uncle b. Ryder
4,41 CIS News NIC News Will Travel CIS News the Dark," starring Edmond
Show. News Red Ryder
_.. __ ',II- Aimanas Bruce
O'Brien' and Audrey Totter. 7,10-0. WSJ The Uncle' RFD M,". Red Ryder
Do-Th. Lucy Show Duth V.II.y Ch".Re T. Tell Truth
'I-Th.' Lucy Show Death V.II.y Cheyenne Te T.II Truth 550; 03) PULSE EXTRA A ,..1- hAm ...... Show Florida. Red. Ryder.
old-fashioned
real western -
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at "Sli-pin Territory. 'IOo-.t.fl'ar Mayor no Uncle Romer Sopermas
7:41"What_ ___ The Virginian_ Ch.y.r. __ Special '7:30: (8) THE VIRGINIAN "A 'I'l-t.fl.r Mayer ...... Shaw the Jangle Srpermes
1:00-: Happened. The Virginian Th. Patty P..t.EI.cties Father for Toby." Young Toby Jo-.t.fl'ar Mayor Th. u..1e Flaset Petrel, Wally Gstor5:46Mister ;
1:11- '" Th. Virginian Duke Show Broadcast Meyer Bruce Show PI.... Patrol' Wally Gator;
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B:30-The the I Th.
Virginian Shi.diq Beverly er. But Toby's real dad Isn't Oo.-Alvi.. Show Circus guy Major Marswy Alvin Show.
,41- Hillbillies Th. Virginia.; Shindig" Hillbillies9:00The d ad- -he's been released Alvin Show
Just 'III-Alvi. Show Clr... lay Major Mastery
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Dick Va. W;.....c .; Mickey ---Th-;Dick Van from prison and Is .searching ':Io.-T.__. Hatter Major Mercury T...._
9.1Dy.' Show Night \A.vi. \A1..y Dyke Show his son. ...1- T........ H..h.... Major Mercury Toeade
9Jo-Th. C" Wil. "G.by" lurks'. u. The Cara WII 7:30 (6) (13) POST ELEC-
10:00-O.kl Draw Usd.rdog Shenanigans Quick Wow
9,41II. Show John Karr Iu,..a Law 'llama Show TION "What Happened Last
10:11- McGraw Ued.rd.' Sheaa.igass' McGraw
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''OOo-Th. Danny Leslie/ Caren Iu,... UW Th. Donny Night" with Walter Cronkite. 10:30-Mighty: Moose Fireball XL-1 .: Oakley Mighty. Moose
'01K.y.' Show W.dn..d.y lurks'. Law Kaye Show 1:10 (I) (13) THE BEVERLY 10:40-Mighty, Moose Fireball, XL.I Annie O.kl.y Mighty Moose

..OIJo-Th.: Danny Night Itactics' Th. Danny HILLBILLIES Jethro has com-
11100-1.1. n. Dennis n. UII. The
Casper
Show pleted school all six grade
Show Movie. Roundup K.ye
10:48Kaye.. _____ __ of It, and now he wants to serve ..1.11- U."ha.rtH Ma.... Cartoons LI..rt.4.
11,00, -N.wi News Spt, 't' N.w.lln. N.wt. Sports "Jo.-Th' Jeh.as Fury laser A Cecil The J.t....
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I 11,10, -Tk..tr. .f P.it.El.ctl.n L.I. Show Wednesday. 0:00 (6) OS THE DICK VAN AFTERNOON
| | .i4S- the Stars Special L.t. Shaw Night Movie "
DYKE SHOW 4 1/2, first of
two episodes about show planned '2OO-S., King Mack 1 Meyer lugs Danny Sky 'King
for men In the penitentiary. 111 II-Sky King Mask t Mayer I.... lunny Sky King

Thursday Night 9:00 (S) MOVIE "Gaby"with 11:10-My Friend Florid Happily My Friend
11,41 Flick G.rd.nl.nd; Hopper riled
Leslie Caron Scott Marlowe

and Sir Cedrle Hardwicke. An 1,00-1 1 Lava Lucy Pro-G.m Shaw Mr. M.... Collage
'"00-N.w, News iportt. Ale N.wt Pull. News American paratrooper and a 1:11, -1 Love Lucy Football M,. Moves Kaleidoscope
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10:00: (6) 03) THE DANNY 2:00- "Tarsas's Football American Biography
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1'1-:' aid. Fishing C. 14 Slope; II..VI.Aev.rl.1I star Lucille Ball are stock- .Jo-- T......." Football Wr..tllr.cWr..tlm. Concert
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Madison and Patricia Medina. returns to Dodge City after from Bombay with Jon Hall and starring Anne Bancroft Jack Gila Now ForChristmas

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