Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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1 e Voting May Top 71 Million

ef 1 \ } t As Early Balloting Is Heavy

Heavy Turnout :j- 1 1" lfj Mild Weather

!rkly In Over Nation
Expected .
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fri h. ua'x? r'y Florida TodayTALLAHASSEE rl Swells Tide

(UPI) Poll \\A-It\I: ; \ (t'Pl)-Amerl.iti .
doors opened for a record,t 2.r! '' '' warmed to the poll to.

ARMORY AT 7 A.M.-CARS PARKED FOR BLOCKS. million registered Floridians wk CIa: i.,' pi''k a President for the
. PRECINCT 41 AT at 7 ..in. Tuesday and two r1 tciuroart. and perhaps set
Scots ready to vott *t polls open million voters were expected to the nation's course for decades

cast ballots in one of Florida's t" "pn f.

hottest campaigns. "port!! of heavy early I'allot

Auburndale To Armed Political experts predicted a I It. l iiuin' t m.nypart. of the na.
Bolivian record turnout at 1,999,000 before Hi'i, in'ti'aled' a possible record
the closing deadline of ; t ;to .r more than 71 million tit
p.m, local time, and both pall .Inning. Mild weather in

U.S. Grant Democrats and Republicans rr 1 r(,' r.'{ion helped to well the
Ask Forces RevoltLA forecast victories In the races ll.tf
for president and lOve nor The \oter wen confronted

The weatherman called tot with the "choice, not an echo,"

Work Loyal police forces spilled Into sunny to partly cloud skies primiseo,) by Sen. ParrM,
On Sewer PAZ Bolivia (UPIArmy -
with no rain and temperaturesIn i.oldwatcr, the eonaer\atlve Pee
and air force units rebelled the streets In great numbers
the high 70's.Most .
PUtJ\I!' tit matched against I rtedon
and blocked all roads to the rebellious
against; the government today. Jack.sonville .
observers rated H. Johnson for the resl.dl'l1' .
Au firing was heard in the areas. Some arrests .
Mayor Hi)'don Burns the ---- -' \ .
burndale City Commission vicinity of the Mlraflores and were reported heavy choice over COP opponent LINES WERE LONG AND CROWDS WERE BIG Nationwide polls and pr..11ICo

adopted a resolution requesting Calacoto suburbs stationed.where revolt President Victor Pas Estennsoro Charles Holler of St.Petersburg Seen st Winter Haven Armory moment after doors opened lion surveys predicted almost
federal funds for an Improve were called an emergency session In the governor'srace. unanimously landslide "ictonfor
ment program for the city'ssewerage of the army high com But It appeared to he a President Johnson There

system last night at mand and summoned Vice tossup between resident Lyn Jammed were enough political unknowns,
Its The regular resolution meeting. called for City C of C President ReM Barrlento, former don Johnson and top candidate Polling however, to keep Republican
air force chief of staff, to Barf Gvldwater In Florida. hopes allv..
Mayor D. H. (Bud) Corneal to return to La Pat from Corhabmb While Florida has voted Republican Forecasts of a runaway trU
forward a letter to the proper *. In the last three presidential umph for Johnson were In part
authorities by Nov. 23 so the Discuss Funds elections total 01 anti With Record Vote Turnout contingent on a heart rote
$10,590 grant may be secured. The Rovernment claimed to four times since the turn of the Early reports from North,
The "go-ahead" for the expansion have quickly suf>f resee>i the century), the Domocrai waged South and Midwest Indicatedthat
project was receivedtwo swttf Zak. It appeared, how. their most Intensive campaign Polling places in the Winter In part' to the nice Mid complication rcglsti lion in Polk Ouunty, the the balloting might be
weeks ago when City Manager For PromotionMembers ever, loyal troops were eeeklnf In many a year and counted, on Haven area were Jammed toda\ on the ballot Moetvoter last vote were not gut( until heavier than ever beforeIn
Bruce Canova was notified to pin the revolt uatts down In a recent 300,000 registered Negroea a* record mimbom of voter were 'taking a lot longer about' 8-30: pm an !hour and a addition to President, the
by Senator Spessard< L. Holland their ben acks. to help. struggled with a ballot a card to vote than In any recent half after' the polls were scheduled voter also were electing 39

and Congressman James Haley of the Winter Haven Hut the GOP was hopeful thai' and a half long that carried election, although condition I"i > close senators, all 43) House mem.
that the federal grant had been Chamber of Commeice elective A government .Ie..nt sail Florida's Panhandle heavily more than !SO names plus 13 were comparable to the first But the problem IOU not /hist ton, IS governors, and a host
approved through the Public run,mlttee and the members "a tne Oll" of the Mgavl In. cmuervsitvcand anti civil constitutional amendments and primers haul Mat when lutes one lot the tot, preolnet. The of lesser official
Health Service. of theCityCeminUslonmel, antry Regiment revolted In the rights bill-would help balance a county referendum were 10 long lair' In the diM nolllnt nlscea ever s when were Report of heavy early voting
The grant will cover about this morning at the Chamber of capital and was seeking support the expert I heavy Metro vote To get to a machine required that some praqlnci wr still jammed, otn'.pllllng outilde. cam from maw itat* -In.
one-third of the cost of t proposed flee to discus the UM of funds fro. other military inks. 1 Cot *) halo 80 teimiMC"" to an hour ofetendUg vetlng at It oUgerk At west besides he Pre.Meniurr... *ludln( New York nilBull, New
new dlgeeUr tank at the allocated for promotion for die (Continued On Page (ffllSFrf** the lime wood, N*. 47, voHftf at the cmmty and 1'10111 fur statewide office, Jersey, Georgia, Kentucky, In. I

city disposal plant. city of Winter Haven. Radii. Human government t.. polls opened a> 7 a.m., when barn, shirt has the largest (Continued On Pe I, Colt) diana, Ohio, Mst Virginia, Vir.
The city's renewal and< replacement President Arnold Silvert e*. transmitter, sate: loyal force there ....r. line out Into the gushes and South Carolina The
fund set up as part pressed the thought mat It car controlled the situation and the | Polling Places streets at Virtually every pottIng turnout also wit reported hear
of the revenue certificate talnly must be the desire of I Insurgent would be tried .by a place Lines Are Long In the District, of '> olumbla,

amortization schedule, will both groups to have a closer military coert
provld 'he remaining $20,000, liaison in working for the com. But immediately sites the The polllnf plus In the Win. worker i said were 'bed been election.

Canova said< earlier. munlty for both are trying fc broadest, the government ordered tee Haven area are a* ( .m no let-up throughout the men The nrst of the nallm' 1',0' ,.

"k Is started< on the do the best possible> Job wltk all scNocls and univerelties .. freMhweet Auburndale Mlnttlpel .... 78 prMlnet te report it'lt1 e
Who it will mark the the available fuml- and manpow closed without explanation. Bull I ,
facu.ij '
new that er. 12. Northwest Winter Haven, veiteri.. had cum ballots In theiflret gave all of its *lgt>' volts to
time in three years
second hr unde ''I don't believe that the gen; A i sit1' hI tadeaat from C hm an' Club Building.N nve hours the polls were CoMwaler The scon.i. was
the sewerage plant. and public realties the place chaotic' ,d army at \I I'lheaet Winter ......, ope. "71 1.. line' are 1 l'mg ,nil the more to complete' the Votive wh Woods, 'v*., tui-h voted
gone ovement.Comml.llonere that the Chamber has In reU torte uii Jo were In te.uli, Ci ic Center, A survey at, noon Indicated crowds are l>lg" In mo'i of the process teflrfee voting on the 13.0 far Johnson.

of also the approred Charlie ton to the promotion funds. The there. A government spokesman 2*. Lake Alfred. City Hall. thel la the city's tour precinct* potting places around the county 49 aamei, II oonitimilonal lath ran true In form, Dl..
the purchase Promotions Committee of the claimed, however, th/t'I 10. Eeclo< Lake, City mil. a total of I,2Obad voted There today, according '" County mendmenis and one refer ville voted Republican and
which is located
Walsh property' 'haml).' ad."lnI1l'' r_ all u.mone .., oiifhreak II'' lie lnt" U. Lit amllton 'Ir.lta.tloa .*.. ','100 registered Cotnll'' user Floyd Wood. the machines, andth Wash Woods went Democratic
i eenthepollccstslloualathe > which was *. ound f M, been "dominated." ttnilding. The sltwatten was similar in tome voter are saylnf bat(. covetable and justice of the in MO..
old post office on Tampa the 000 last year, In promoting the 3) Dundee, City Hall, Pnllc adjotalng communities. Lets w* should have bought more peace on a paper ballot, Lakeland President Johnson and Sims

Street, for $8,000 Including< City of Winter Haven; no money Apparent normalcy reigned In s,.t..... Alfred, with !1.437 rettttered, voting mectiln, ," Wood Mid voter .hv to vote another elSe. Lady Wrd sweating out
$4,288 mortgage. offered the Is used In the operation of the mldtowa La Faa but tension 41. Ooetheast Winter Have. bad eounted 377 voter by noon. In tod-ay's county mntlton piper ballot in their city else- the election al their Johnson

Walsh had< earlier Includes and!I Chamber and it Is kept Iii a separate was evUiont. Aeeees to govern- Winter Have Armory. eagle Lake, with ISS registered meeting" ".. t want to explain lion. City, T..., ranch tot up earlyand
property, which bank account" said Silver meat palace was Mocked.FHU1T 48. North Asberedale office of lied SM vote In by noon. why w* didn't erne of the poll watcher voted al 1:08: *.m. i ST.
old house, for $8,555.CommllSlon.rI !. the Auburmlaie L mber Ceo The101 I n I was tanning "From now on, the levernor's ire cawing. owtelderable confusion Johaon confided that h* rot.d .
bees Last year (or October, writ. SHIPMENT 47, WestwoodDItrlet3CMMi' lightly behind the total at election will not be the In the. Lakeland polllnf Democratic.
Canova finance it the ten inquiries came into the ty Comnleetoner rfftee. noon four year ago altfuuugh same yer a* the prelidentltl place," Wood ealt!< Its would Another who voted PemocraU:

way possible for the Comnanv'i city. I Chamber at the rate of 1,654 Dally carloalin' (la hoses) 48. Eloise, Hew Community there are more registered for leetkm, so w* ehouM never pot My that the RepuMMan Ic was former Preside' r Harry

low Deese's base price Roofing bid of 1ST!:I and this year It has Jumped to from the Fruit and Vegetable Hall. this presidential election 'than have till situation of tueh Tang were slowing down ibpror***, Truman. K* cast hue Ballot at
2,171 and the fiscal year len'l Dlvlslooi II. ScieHiweet WUrter Have. the last one. ballot again" but all of the poll watefier
for the re-roofing Public Library of the Au wit over. Inspection By rail, 8,747 grapefruit 795oranges cafeteria of the old lath Winter The iltttttlon was attributed ll...wvr. Wout did not explain all working lot tti* Republican ",Continued On Page I, v4)1
commission.The The Inquiries corneas adtreel 1U mt.rcottj by Haven Elementary. ofconi.tt. how droppinf two antes party
accepted bids by were the read at the I result of work dune through the beat, grapefruit; by truck Cypree Gardens '1. from Hi* list Of 81 candidate GOP Will Get
Promotions Committee. Last 69,007 grapefruit 90,308 oran John's Methodlei Church. would make the ballot eubetantlally Ty.t.WllrTUI
but action Held
last until a committee year, 195283 ther.w.nn.354 es, 8,119 tangerine, ',UI 83. Lake Region, Teen Center darter County employee will t... al Vote Returns

was could postponed study< the bid* mon, Inquiries answered, and tide murcott) total, 7t.GOe grapefruit Third It. and Ave. F, NW. At Lake RegionFive Commissioners bought W new lowed to wd r any kind of typewriter
year 183-84 so tar there h.vebe.n 81.CJJ orlllf". .111 tan 84. Hartrldge, Assembly of voting : for title dee-( they desire eommUtonr At The Haven

clos.lySpecifications of the re-roof 20,094. gerlnes, 8,418 murcott for i od Church, Lake Ma sectloe. tlon, total I to SM. ( decided l....,
Include tearing off the, Commissioner J. D. HU:I hlppln' total nt 140 JZ l bare.. 65. .r1ll.PI.I, rlre House, 1007 ii.viniieri. of the Lake Two machine Ire t Ugl held* There hit been dtCMl HeeuhlkaneainpaU", I t w ,'ker
ing Job the debrli I charted that nut enough eft"it' fanners receipt. m ft 2" v C"i.nian, Road, Jan Phyl VIII.... Region Yacht and Country Club Uwfby machine, while D8 for several rnontk about wether have been Istue 1 in/uati/"na to
old roof removing was betas expended on industrial Itjpel'' I ,' ',201Xl r aneto'; .''i 1111. Southeast Auburndale, II.Ai have 'beer elected t'. the board are UUn used today In the the aunty biiuM oewtMt attend an Iwiii-n nimo puts. In
from the premises, construe- development and thai pro- a ai ;:' <"'al ( 141 348 ios ) ins Parish Houee.Ilariaria of ,director Lnn try', rude county4 W preta4t to purekw IPM typewriter the Raven hotel, whet. the, polk

(Continued On Page I, Col. 2;:) (Continued On Page 8. ,eeerequeued County Commit ee will at upM
nil le, Keal and Dairy Road : 'ted were Joe L Biaril, buylac sm more :mMns or should hvy a lee "Election Cent.al" in the
C8 Ariel a, Camp Rotary. Jack D. Summer Roy C.Thorna would be a M4levoMm.ar( i chore expensive machine lobby.Ht.

r!j w a h n e i a, Community *. Norman O. Warren, and J. they will probably not be needed liberal letters were presented .r** sell .....'..',-,1J ace
\ C H'ilnt. W. Whlltaker. again tor many yenta." M the\ eummlMlon this mora- sell be poeie4 M a a> ,,' ehoar*;

Woxle pointed out. Inc (uetlMng the pu refl..* of w son i* they w a',ailabl.
Wood said that voters In IBM machines,, so the eomml- Televtslen. MIS will to t, set up
U.S. Viet Nam CasualtyList some of the Lakeland precinct loners finely derided lo buy td get national ret''' n.. Rlll ).h.
were averagtc 49 mtnu* oryssn'i whatever
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Is Raised To 76 Election -l|i Democrats Expected To Gain I

Muter .** Returns !
Blen Ho ,
RA1CON Vice Warn aPI)
Tie VJ\ Command I* South 31 wounded. Of DM wounded, In |
Viet Siam released additional on* wa In <-rtttr l MndUton, TV Ditty Ne.*<:lN>< will More Strength CongressWUHUI

the two were Hated a* serteiuly I*. have Pelt County rtr** bee
figure today, railing number
of America euualile I* |ared and H otner rMMebosKl **... >M> isle **(.M offices (UPS Tk The UPI' survey rated wufis .
>t*< TiM ortxrs were which art In temteisHoBi M to
tundty' Cenwwmlst stack onto D>roe rt are expected to the contest in Wu I ': ,
Bleu Hoe Alrbas from M listed Both a*American kavlM Minor sJ. v.wounds....... dIi,'. krtten, Itr..... their .hob on Con. where Oemecra'lc Bton WII> i: ,
to "1. T **r we: PreetdVrt. US gree today with election tn.. t, Promlr fire. a >t if
eel officer* have trKieteef the ..".IM **viini ..*.. ... ta .bath the None art fena'. ..11..11I1\111 hurt. JtepuMI', ., WU
r The additionalauaktle*wereservicem.s s. 4trMy precaution. Chiefly Clot. >w* ........* of ,the Al preeeni Democraif < who received: minor they that she parkedpisses
wound T see 14 act been re. argue were not protected with style h ported previously bee***. the .uAap and that petrel aMe sheriff and ..isivtor of ref *. Their t""naie .<*|. nM "'' ''V(*'''* OeiMirralB. .
Harm, The Demon al!
HD men went kd oa duty or le itpot* oro tad tk* ..*. were MratHTV .. 34. AH tie None wet ;ai e ; ,
lot ., lu" ,near in" Oklahoma. * their barrack alter recelrlac <.uc rvlor of rrgletr up eleetiifi 'i>'a> A tutu "i
1Ald1lqUlf. .
first aM, official *a 4. The chief precaution was a t..... Mn BUech., Work bsIrriM 38 >ent ***f* *re being run ...arl I KdnxMilsoft, was! 1rn.tej
,., "tall M hot>1 l,, Deinwraufvt 'in die prima y.
fee lo
A spokesman **M tt* ad4kUcMJ SBleefleM belt 100 yrs wide j each precinct ,
Muse th It **rvy Ie I i Jjsccatewide I
hr NepAlkses.A
wounded were tined ispI vrroundtflC the bas*. levewJUtatloo topers the. vote en 'Pvr et gtrt .
polls. lntrvi-
a "t.bJ.untt survey of DM showed: dst the C* BBMOIUU control M *eoj as they are MH f Press btteritallon
air bite.The simply sal ... ".liou*/er. rwMM.'I w that tot PuMir UII ear vy stow. Ueioucrai fa iM>lniral elder and the ,
voted t* lam II ',t 14 addition i no: >it vtiarM correeponr
high bun Us the a male from g.,.4 IK. re* K* a< .... *fiertkr ""'MHigaowi" the nation.in .
sew casualty\ Ml wj the the fence and totted about ISO p.t' clay a. r..rt.tblrTV al -. sear> :
race a
two major
In Democ -
bigheet for Amertcaa to any shells from lit H.MtUIMi vrertsxf "'*..k.,r. will the lenses" i 5, former Alt
are are fav'" it l "> win fmirseats fM< apart "
single ageineat of the Viet mertar. tee roiM theJ. '"' tile from deem,>hll"! an inrumkcni Kotpert F. Kentwiy ,talc I a
Ham war. The .revlou* high I ""Otvtowl there are (ape 1* ''
| which bvdMn
rat III tn* tt llgtM favorite to unseal Rep
: (* Xew i rk Mar viand
S3 leaf ,rebnary when tb* fleet reeurkf .,
; wit .*emM was 41 nojeileled offre New fcMfco anti U..ajlj...> i' llca ten. Kenneth D. hat,
three Aroerl* ft* were killed Oe wnita C. Wntatw
II I **ModHk* to the l* llUljf tkl a JemoerklU .inwnliM 'In Mew York, and Dermalfee
aid 41 wounded by a terror Uad, UJ. roMMder. to Viet a'.aiUuta
slate veeIShrlttNll .fIII urea <' 111It .xfMeaied In Pierre Salinger
Hie O rW. bo b.OMgtaeJlr. Ham, I* arriving oa the srene. i* ova a sum> *dg* I Iil a
before rrferendatnreauha rest net
i glvinf the o/'v a
.,. geieg' lip in VrWec Hevee tow tt wa* aanoeacedtt Later .however a. said that "''pd e.ur. ', car tern' /i R.peaan
SrtVrT.tot.fW.th "bringing; move trellis t. ft. city. No..ra the 9M. reel kwr AaaerlcaM ud twoYletameee der tie irucarjer r.. was r" .im c rat: elm"ereu.salatIil' au
mess 11.lIMa ton craw ogs M tile fcaato o.\\ Gorge Murphy
killed U lie
were wed gnyal
Ht be furred .* entil after TlI."h9i"



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Barry To Fool 11 H. Town' Miller Faces

Sr : Voles :

Around House, .z For Barry Bleak Future


Wait ResultsPHOENIX (UPI) Th* eight voters In (this Hep. William E. Miller, GOP

tiny White Mountain hamlet vice presidential nominee, hope i

P1' were the first In the nation to to emerge today as holder ol tin" .
(UPI) Repub.
cast their ballots In today'selecltoa. nation's second highest off)!'"
Uran presidential nominee Bar r At the stroke of mid. but faced the possibility ot
.. t
n M. Goldwaler, encouraged
night they gave all their votesto future of political anonymity.
bj his final day of campaignIng
Republican presidential nominee Miller rested at the home m
planned to east his own
a friend here today with his
ole early today and then await Then they wolfed 1 down a midnight wit and two eldest daughter

the voters' verdict "fooling snack of cold ruts, doughnuts He officially ended two monthsof
around the house. cider and coffee
tedious campaigning on behalf

The senator made formal And then they trudged of Barry Goldwater 111.1hlm..lf !
no r1
plans for voting, at the Phoenix through the crisp, clear 24 with an address to a 1 10
degree weather to their homes
country day school near his hilL. cal rally late Monday.His .
and went to bed.
top horn, However, he told final duty before the re
NL.b.la The voters, all registered ,
turns were tabulated
newsmen on his arrival her was t n<
publicans, gave no votes to
from his final travel to Olcott with his wife,
campaign trip
President Lyndon Johnlon.That' 13 miles north of here where
that he thought he would _
probably .
just how they were ex.
get to the polls about 9 ha has his legal residence, ant i
a.m. MST. peeled to vote even though one vote at a firehouse near Lake
resident had threatened to vote 1- Ontario.

As to the rest of the day BAND AUCTION SALE The Winter Haven Senior High School Band Auction Sal which was Democratic.

while voters across the nation held at Grapefruit Hall Saturday afternoon was a large success Pictured from left are David The voters gathered shortly Sukarno Is
decide whether he Is to assume Van Arsdall Al tauter and Cabe Stewart auctioneer before midnight In a rubber

the duties or the presidency or _un products factory. It Is one of
retired to private life, Goldwa.ter five buildings nestled In this resort Called Tyrant

said: "I'd like to take another Couple Found community surrounded by
Microphones Found pin trees and snow topped KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia
long walk In the desert
There are several cactus that Dead In Car mountains. (UPI!) Prime Minister Teng.
---- ku Abdul Rahman today called
need trimming .
( )
t Indonesian President Sukarno a

"I think I'll spend the rest of In Warsaw -A passing motorist spotted a Syncom Relays tyrant who glorified the mem.
overturned In
EmbassyWASHINGTON car a small lake odes of Hitler and
the day Just fooling Mussolini.
house around the just off the Sunshine State Park. Vote Results H* said Sukarno "Is trying

qay Monday and the bodies of his best to destroy everythingthat

"You know, you've got a lot ((uP1)-A bal. Construction of the modern two elderly persons were reco. WASHINGTON (UPI) The BEST COSTUMES Mr. and Mrs George Lets, above took Is good and humane all

of leaks and short circuits," he tery of concealed microphoneshas concrete and glass building be. vered from It. vole of America will use the first prize In a Halloween costume party at Havendale Lanes done to effect he says, a
said echoing the comments of been discovered In the re. gan Oct 1, 1960. The buildingIs The drowning victims were Syncom communications sate! change In the lives of men

any householder long away Gently built U.S. Embassy build. on ground leased by the Identified as Clifford Clark, 64, late to broadcast U.S. elections "So did Hitler before him,

from his home precincts. Ing in Warsaw, Poland the United States for 80 years renewable and his wife Elma, about 60, results tonight to the Far East. and Mussolini, whose memorieshe
State Department disclosed for another 20. of Hollywood. The broadcast will start at 8 GOP Demos Tangle now glorifies," he said
Goldwater described as "the Monday The Florida Highway Patrol p.m. EST and continue for eight ,

most amazing thing that's hap. A spokesman said the listenIng said Clark apparently lost con. hours Communication satellites
pened in the campaign" his re. devices trot of the car on the MacArthur Relay 1 and Relay 2 are be.
ceptlon in San Francisco Mon In apparently were installed exit ramp and veered Into the tog used to transmit television England (UPI)
day.cans Commenting In the Bay that area Republl.had not construction of early the stages building of, King DeploresWriteIn lake night landing upside down Sunday coverage Europe. of the election to Over Poll Watching -A court bus Monday driver that protested 22 female In

which began In 1960.
been too friendly to his candid back seat drivers giving him

acy, Goldwater said he was told The system was said to be WASHINGTON (UPI) The Plans have been made for 20 directions where to drop them
similar to network for
that the crowd which poured a more Bid Democrats and the Republicans radio-equipped cars, manned by off confused him.

Into the streets to meet him fmmrl than 40.r..1't1Olt microphones In the walls earlier of Record Number Vote battled for votes to the end today police and assistant state's at. The judge said that wasn't a

was second only to the one the U.S Embassy In Moscow. In a hassle over who torneys to patrol the city to Investigate good enough excuse for running
which met Gen. Douglas Mac. WASHINGTON (UPI) The should watch who and how at quickly any com. red lights and barred Ken Men.
Arthur on his return from Ja. Discovery of the Moscow bug. Democratic National Commute the more than 179,000: polling plaints A special session of clr. olson from driving for six
pan. gang was announced last May has called for an Investigation places across the nation. cult court will be held to hear months and fined him $14. He

19. of what it termed "a desperate In Southland Today The GOP called It ballot se. any cases. also lost his job.
"It was a real thrill. I've neve The State Devices In Warsaw last.mlnule effort
by Goldwater curlty, or "Operation Eagle
. were dlecoveied'Ocl. 7. It did
r experienced anything like
it," Coldwater said not disclose how many micro. supporters to persuade Negrovoters ATLANTA (UPI) Millionsof decentralized federal govern Eye. The Democrat called it
to waste their ballots"by an attempt to Intimidate vot.
It of contrasts for phones were found. Southern voters visit the ment.
was a day
writing In and said
Dr. era it should
Coldwater, the final day of 1964 Shortly after the discovery, ther King Jr. for Lu. polls In record numbers todayto Democrats warned against a dubbed "Operation Evil From SHERIFFTo
president Eye
campaigning From the big San U.S. Ambassador John Moors cast their ballots In a presidential Chang that might mean a GOP The
dispute centered
Francisco crowd largest In Cabot lodged a formal protest / campaign that has set political takeover, and reminded on
King called a news confer traditional practice of ,
his campaign which pressed In with the Polish Foreign Minis. the stag for a new political voters of what their party poll
once in Atlanta Monday to re. watching Members of each
on his motorcade on downtown try. Polish authorities denied era in Dixie. has reaped for Dixie In the par. PRESIDENT.HEAR
pudlate such wrlte.ln ty keep an the .
any cam. eye on balloting
streets strewn with confetti any knowledge or responsibilityfor The campaign has seen the way of past benefits.
palgn. He called It a "cruel to make sure there Is no hanky.
Goldwater flew to a sunset rally the listening system, the and vicious South for the first time wooed But the campaign saw many
attempt to confuse panky by member of the
at an airfield on the Art.lonaUtah State Department said. frantically by both Democratsand Democratic leaders remain silent oppo.
Negro voters .1 am to sltlon. THE
Department Republicans and rather than buck
border.He press officer Rob.ert the result the tide
risk a that It The practice took .
guess was sup. on new slg.nlflcance
J. McCloskey said the em. has been the emergence of a of citizens angry with the ad.
was aiming his final cam. bassy was equipped with a..... porter of Sen. Goldwater who" two-party system.Eloctiun ministration's 1004 civil rights this year when the ELECTION RETURNS
contrived this venomous act Republicans announced they
palm appearance at Fredonla, cur room" where classified officials In the South bill. An untold, number of would conduct &JIuch larger

Aria, a "lucky town" where he discussions were held, This Is, Democratic National Chair have predicted that almost 10 voters, traditionally Democratic and intensive a.
had ended campaigns In Die' in effect a room within a man John M. Bailey said Mon. million personswill, cast (their l have switched their party than ever before program TONIGHT OVER
.past, room, designed to make elec. day night he had asked the ballots In one of the hardest- allegiance especially: In rural ,
Charles R. f B'r, national dl.
But his airport stop put him tronlo eavesdropping Impos. Federal Communications Com. fought, bitterest and moet expensive areas.In .
of the
just over the Utah border In a sable mission (FCC) to Investigate presidential year campaign the last days of the campaign ed that 100,000 program wouldbe
field which services Kanab Embassy personnel also were broadcast In half a century. Republicans In Georgiaran persons
appeals on behalf of
work in 35 cities
Utah. given standard instructions that the write-in campaign Clear sunny skies were forecast large newspaper advertisements .
any conversations they held out. across the region a sure declarlngs "Do you wanta country WSIRRADIO
With the sun dropping behind side the secure room might be sign of long voter lines. President endorsed by the "Only through being alert can

a distant mesa and the desert monitored. First TVADDIS The 1964 campaign saw a new Communists? 'Th Worker' the we make certain that votes leg.

air turning cold, Goldwat.r.who Officials said Investigation of Republican party built almost Communist party newspaperhas ally cast carry their full weight
had delivered an old the bugging has not yet reachedthe ABABA, Fthlopla: from scratch In Dixie by supporters endorsed Lyndon B. John. and are not diluted by those

speech in San Francisco talked point where It could b* concluded (UPI) Ethiopia's first national of Sen. Harry Gold. son. Can there be any stronger whose votes are cut Illegally,"

off the cuff In Fredonla to pea definitely whether any television station was opened water They based their tenants proof that the present administration he said 1490

pie, who, he said, were sure to classified Information may have Monday night by Emperor Hal.*" 'on a brand of political conservation has been weak toward Democratic National Chair.
understand. been compromised. 1 I. Selassie. embracing civil rights andSPERLING'S Communists?" man John M, Bailey said the r;.." _
Republicans planned to try to RADIO
On the eve of the election
cut Into expected Democratic CODE
some Georgia Democratic lead.
pluralities In large cities by In.
ers expressed
uncertainty over
the election outcome. They complained tlmldattng voters especially Ne.
OUTLET gross and foretgn-born citizens.
the GOP "outspent, out-
Bailey predicted to
organized and out-trumpeted" attempts -
them. slow down lines In Democratic YOUR

Some also "th precincts, Illegal challenging
charged Republicans
310 AVENUE A. N.W. outsmeared us." and last-mlnute mailing of false INFORMATIONSTATION

A Democratic newspaper advertisement voting information
NEXT DOOR TO CITY DRUG (Formerly "'or,'. Juvenile Shop) depicted a party The GOP plan has aroused the

bandwagon with Georgia, Floes most controversy In Chicago,

ida, Tennessee,Aaikansts,Texas where the Republicans claim
THANK YOU WINTER HAVEN FOR Kentucky on the wagon they were robbed of enough

and Alabama amt Mississippi votes In 1960 to carry the state.Sidney YOUR HOST
Holzman, chairman of
tumbling off.GoMwater.
A GRAND SUCCESS FOR OUR GRAND OPENING strategists have the commissioners city's Board and a of D.mocrat.IIleI Election, THE NEIGHBORLY

contended for some time thata
OUR DISCOUNT PRICES WILL CONTINUE strong sweep of the South and he has Issued about 250,.
several big pivotal states suchas 000 credentials to political and BANK of LAKE ALFREDPlan
civic groups for Operation Eagle
Ohio. Illinois Texas and
SPECIALS! California could give the Arl Eye.

xona senator enough electoral
votes to send him to the Whit Prize Winners For A Big

SOME VALUES TO 250 Alabama and Mississippi Announced By Football Weekend
500 PAIRS GIRLS AND BOYS SOCKS KAYSER AND OTHER BRANDS traditionally maverick Democratic
states, appeared headed Ellsworth
ALL SIZES, 1 0 Jt SOc SOC Into the Republican fold by a FRIDA'Y

COLORS R SHADES .. PR Pair Loch healthy martin. But some polo The Ave lucky winner of door

lieu In those states were privately prizes at the Open House held 8:00: P.M.

Full Llne Of 101 200 LADIES SLIPS worried that a strong< by Ellsworth: at his new locationat
RUGBY ALL CUSHION COP swing could end decades MIAMI
BOYS SHIRTS AND 167 -'ve. A, NW, were announced vs. TULANE
Infants Wear POLO SHIRTS EvERtaA2E POLISHED FOOT SOCKS Of Democratic patronage. this morning.
COTTON ''n OR LONG Florida and Tennessee, which The winners .
SOME YAIUES TO 1." SIZES FROM T TO 11 werer Mildred E.
AT REDUCED Reg. 4.00 gone Republican in the Norlbrd: a Udlco can opener;
1 00 pas, three presidential elections SATURDAY
LeOV 55c Mrs Ralph
Thompson a Dom
Our pica 0. Price h 1.00 Pr.
PRICIS. the eve
were toss-ups on inion hair
dryer; Mrs R. A. 1:4S: P....
of the election. Georgia, South Dekness. a Motorola AM/FM
Carolina and North Carolina clock radio Myrtle McLeod GATORS
Panty CHILDREN'S Flannel ; vs.
Vests were so closely contested that a General Electric frypan; and

D.ull"Se.ltlt.4" thick 1.II.Ac.hide 27J. Dresses $1 Klmona 79C W..h.II'' wee'' ....4Clltch. $1 party confused official u to the themselves outcome.were Arkansas Mrs.electric Ham blanket.C. Booth, a Northern

k t. I. vi..,.. h. 12 t. lead! to Johnson. Louisiana .
"Reeds, 4te SIIII I to ((4 retie.Llsh'. A pus la. R.... 2.91 apparently was In the Gold. .

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25 States Elect \\Jhe Weather--Local, State And National European Type

I Circus SlatedIn ( y

Governors Today r Q CO


ASHINGTON (UPI) \'01P li Howell Co., is locked In a ; 14104 Ay AuburndaleThe
r sin 25 states elect governors neckand neck race with Demo.

oiain> some iurpristnglycloee crattc Gov. otto Kn>*r, seek. !ti y 1K .. "lIrOl>". 11 M\lt. '

contests where th* presidential tog a second fow.year term. which has U>romf temp,

balloting may have a declslv Mlchlfan's OOP Gov.Oeorgew. America through televlslc,,,'
Impart j on the statehous racw. RoHMy, the former Amert.
many of the I-Ur<\"'., I i' I
National prominmc centeron can Motors chief who refused '
: tonalities Will be "PIIn\ |In'i
two states Illinois and to endorse Isle Barry Ooldwa. .
Michigan where the Rppub.llcan ter, t* favored to tern back the sum when. the International t In IIII'potIl'OIft. till'|> r>.IWIJI 1(1'( N M I P.IIKI:1)\ : un i i,'ft l.tllu.Brtd(8s.
Circus comes
candidate are marked as bid of Democratic Rep. Nell school \t. i Ir'I'I t I '< i'" 11111'' ,n.'1111'.i| |\01 i it I III Hands, honored at
future presidential possibilItie.if Staebl.r. Auburndal High the IIDIIM of tinl l fret ind I Mi-- (.ru' i' i iiiNMnrk t pastor of the

the) win. As balloting started, Demo. tto ground Aeirsdale Saturday Kiwanis sponsored Club by> PuiUui.l I nuptial! Chu, eh

In Illinois, moderate Republi. crate held an U to 7 margin In r All Performers who haft bntelseMt
can, Charles H. Percy, former tile M states where governor / from circuses In nine Parkland Church
'1 boy wonder" pre.ld.nt of Bell hips were at stake. They hopedto .
different countries are 1MHtred. Retail Sales
Increase that margin and A btu c Many of th**. person Honors DeaconsTom
Improve their already lopsided
a ltsis are making their first
34 to 16 dominance of Daniels and Jim Greenfield

Negroes Plan statehouses In all 50 states. u' JNoJlJ) FIURIJIQB wkkM American lvt the tour bit tent It entirely hair Mea ordained as ftlYt Up In CountyIn

Republican fought to closeth dtffere In design from the deacons of Parkland 8"111Chur..h
States the GOP SNowsasRAfat
gap. where tradtttoMi American circa
felt It had a chance to replace Linus Hrlds and W.Clifford
School Ban teat. The peaks are ertremelyhH
Scott rain asor.tanineddeec na
Democratic governors Included r-3-Y! and the mi !Is almost SeptemberRetail
Vermont 1111. from other churches. Thy were
Massachusetts ,
circular In shape with the**.at.urane" *
nols, Indiana, West Virginia, around the single ring honor*! at a reception Sunday

In AlabamaBy Wisconsin and ashington. SNOW, RAIN AND SHOWERS Heavy rain are forecast for the Pacific Northwest and The extra height offers more night at the home of the Rev. -at... In Polk County
Democrats not only hoped to tbreat for North and South and Mi *. Gene R. Hitchcock.
now predicted Idaho and Montana. Fifty degree temperatures are freedom tor sensational aerial took a tremendous Jump In Sep
hold these, but pick up gover. Dakota. Showers are forecast for the Southern Plain and the middle Ohio Valley It will be cool feat and the proximity of the Those attending were 101 r. awl tfmtaw topping the same montha

United Press International norships In Rhode Island, Utah, In the New England State Fair and warm I I. forecast for the rest of the nation puNIC to the performers' provides Mrs Paul Vaughn Mr.and Mrs.. )e"! '*.11 b) 31.' per cent
Montana and Goldwater's home C. C. Reeves, Mr. and Mr*.Ray
a massive a thrilling new .
Negroes planned viewpoint accoidint to figures just released
mono and Mrs.
school boycott In Alabama today state of Arizona Florida Zones Temperatures of the circus 10 the public l h\ the Florid Retail r Tom I-1 aka, Mr. and Mrs.Linus
The really close one to Partly cloudy through
to protest alleged voter The two hour program In .
discrimination and the absenceof watch, according to pre-election High Today 75 to 80 Low High elude. high serial troupes, astounding Bribes. Mr. and Mrs. W. Clifford Total retail sales reported by
President Johnson' name polls: Vermont, Illinois, Massa. rnhndle Low tonight in the low 60'a. Albuquerque 41 I acrobats, a Wg bar.- Sum, Mr. and Mr*. Jim the Honda Revenue Commission .
chusetts, West Virginia and Partly cloudy and mild to Northeast and north winds Ito back ir"nllnlcl and Mr. and Mr.
from Alabama ballots. Atlanta sa 11 riding troupe with aero Tom, Daniel. were 4S.H1,laUhvompwe
Negro school children in at ashington. day tonight and Wednesday 15 miles per' hour. Birmingham 41 13 hade sommersaulttnc marvel, slon were '41t51,'I'oompar.dwith
least seven Alabama cities and Although the gubernatorial High today 75 to 80, low tonight Boston 30 III dainty-footed quitrlnni and ---- "I03,65I In September

towns were expected to shun campaigns were waged for the 54 to 58 Variable winds Chicago 14 as hilarious comedy Juggling of IfM.

classes. Hundreds of Negro most part on local or slat Is. 5 to 15 mile per hour. Cleveland 49 oe teams, amatlnf *quilit>rlts. 10 Years For14.YearOld Except for two small counties

children began the protest Mon. sues, the presidential sweep North Services Held Denver $0 70 high wire thriller, hlh school with total isles of $4 million and

day with boycott at Anniston stakes had an Important bear. Fair through Wednesday Detroit as ae and menage hones,performing .1 million. Polk hal the largest

and Tuscaloosa and a demon Ing In many of the races High today near 80. low to Jacksonville 64O elephsnts, hilarious Europeanand percentage of Increase In the
TAMPA (VPl) Junior
Stratton at Montgomery. Some Northern Democratic 64 II American Clowns, and state The for all 87
night 55 to 80 North and Kansas City many average
candidates were happy to climbon For Astronaut Green, a 14 year old Tampa|
The demonstrator appearedon northeast winds ( to 15 miles Lo. Angeles sa 11 other wonder In dateline, youth was MntM4 t. 10year Florida rnimtle was a 10 percent
sidewalks outside the Capl.tol President Johnson's co.t.tails. hour. Miami 66 77 colorful spectacle Itt off by Inert***.
In Montgomery and police But some Republicans per Central Miami Beach eo 7t lavish costuming In slat prison Monday In August, Folk's increasewas
arrested 26 of them when feared an antUGoldwater v o t e for a $1 robbery on June 1 S. tenths
they levee of
Twin Cities 51 ae one per
Partly cloudy through Wednesday -
refused to disperse. They were and politely ducked their Killed In CrashHOUSTON New Orleane n 11 Juvenile authorities advised rent, against a state tvi' ate of
charged with parading withouta party's national ticket. IliKh today 75 to 80. New York 41 84 Dial Prayer rrlminal Court om<'lala that the 9.J per cud Total vales wee
permit. Many of the youthful The campaign presentedsome low tonight low 60'1. Northeastand Orlando Ie 79 youth was Incorrigible. :UII 21\4,283\
Negroes carried signs calling Interesting battles They north winds 8 to 15 miles (UPI) The na. Philadelphia U 61 Service Is
for "th right to be free" Involved voters' views on a le. per hour. lion's spacemen gathered today Phoenix 41 11

Negro leader Daniel Harrell gal slat lottery, racial issues, Southeast for the funeral of Theodore C, Raleigh U '70 Available"Prayerfor SPECIAL
of Mobil said the boycott today charges of corruption and car. Partly cloudy through Wednesday Freeman, the first U. S, astro Si Louts SO 71

was to protest the fact "we petbagglng, and "do nothing" High today 71 to 12, naut killed In training Ian Francisco 110 U the day," a Ih cannot vote for President Johnson administrations low tonight mid.6o's. North Seattle 45 51 devotion recorded on tape at, WEDNESDAY NIGHT
and the rigid voter regls. -------- east and north winds 8 to 15 Services for the 34.year.old Tampa 60 &e First' Presbyterian Church, Is

tratlon rules against Negroes In miles per hour Air Fore captain, killed when Washington U fI within fingertip r" ,1dlalln STEAK SPECIAL
Alabama." President Johnson's FSU Student Southwest Ms T38 jet trainer crashed last CY 4 4144 on the ho"l.

name 1* not on the Alabama Partly cloudy through Wed. Saturday, were scheduled for BONELESS
ballot because a group of elector Attacks Lax low to. 10 a.m. CST at the Seabrook 300 Entertain Two pastor, the Hev Jainos
nesdsy High today 80.
R. Blarkwood and the Rev Mob
pledged to Mm was defeat. Tea, Methodist Church.
ed by unpledged elector In a Demo PoliciesThe night upper 60's Northerly The body will be shipped to British QueenLONDON ert W. Farrow. alternate in >I'c. 97
winds 8 to 15 miles hour
per cording the SIRLOIN
Democratic primary. South Arlington, Va. for burial with prayers.Theee

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Florida Flambeau, daUy Partly cloudy through Wed full military honors Wednesday (UPI!) American art of a general na.tur'pral" .
aid In Atlanta Monday that he newspaper at Florida State University In the National Cemetery entertainer Lena Home.I Brenda thanksgivim' < '.n
"will begin working almost Im. carried a letter to the neidsy High today 76. low to. there Lee and Dob Newhari I head rll.slon. ..ltlnll'or GI'v| \"If.', 4:00: P.M t. 1:00: PM ONLY

mediately" after the election on editor on Thursday written by night 70. Northerly winds 10 The federal V lined the annual royal variety merry, and pe..... Th.I'al t

plans for new racial demonstrations Mickey Harrison, son of the to 28 miles per hour. said Monday an Investigation space agent or how presented Monday night with the rhsnilni ".....fl' "t the I
In the nation. Rev. J. R, Harrison before Queen flliabeth. !
pastor of the crash that killed him may year. I jjjpit I]
"As long as the problem of the Victory Tabernacle In Aui take several week to complete.But The Queen outshone other Rae11thItti1INi/
,racial Injustice e lsjs there burndale.\ Very Rev. Sayre feathers pulled from the members of the society audU\ ","* have > Mtn a* ala
'will be demonatfOieii/1, King | Once In a full.sklrted frock of 4,000() < all* a Ntixith on this dial

said. "There will probably have "W art pursuing a course Plans To Vote wreckage moving jet Indicated have the collided fast .,...blu. brganu and diamond Ug service, which I K *". may ,,
to be massive demonstrations of spineless submission and tiara at any (boss <>fthd.i\ i Ill, 'nt.
low.flylng bird as It
to Insure the right to vote In appeasement In dealing with the WASHINGTON (UPI) The streaked toward a landing at
Alabama and Mississippi" H* communist regime, which will Very Rev Francis B, Sayre Jr. Ellington Air Force Base southof
Said the North also will see bring us to total defeat" the dean of Vashlngton Cathedral Houston

demonstrations for equal oppor. government laid he "definitely" planned to
tunltles In and housing vote
jobs today. The tragedy brought aeronaut.
Elsewhere: 'meated by \ultra-liberals Sayre stirred a sensationdur.Ing training to a virtual halt for let nn ,
Jackson Miss.: The "Free the campaign by declaring week In memoriam to the quietpilot
dom Democratic Party" report Deploring aid to communist In a sermon that the nation who hoped some day to Vet ', i
than 40. countries and a Viet Nam policy faced "
ed Monday night more a "sterile cholc In the to the moon.News .
000 Negroes participating In a "leading to a staggering defeat presidential race dec a 11 116 d
mock election gave all but a for the free world," Harrison Sen. Carry M. Coldwater "a I 'd

"handful" of their votes to said young people of America man of dangerous Ignorance"and e
President Johnson. "are constantly being Indoctrinated accused President Johnson Of Record r >1I '4i

Atlanta: State 4-H leader with the theory that of "a lack of private ethic"
Tommy 1.. Walton Monday labeled communism Isn't so bad and that sue Ihr COOS? "4
as untrue reports that w* must learn to live In harmony Today Sayr told a reporterthat shad, A. ...... ,. io. WdM I
Georgia had been chosen to with It." h* never meant to suggest a. 5K. w'.4e tie 11.. Z
that voters wash their hand of '
lead In the Integration of the 4
4-H Club H* claimed the Democrat the contest and stay home, s r rd n J. MreeNr
are "soft on communism" and "On the contrary," h* said, : Irln tL aeeaN ....
said that If "Americans takea "I feel strongly that every cltu air..eNw.rItal.e Pa1vr+6, etc.

Levi melee the heart lihtud thoughtful look at both party Zen has a moral duty to choose wro1l'hrN n Mil. Mr.
the .iHi". teem dark platforms they will vote Republican between tile presidential candid. lull rt .tnil Hint CMiM I Iu
For the sake of our ate, and to vote for the one h* Wl:".Ir, A .."h .;or.,'to
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Tuesday, November 3,1Q

Barry To Fool l1.w H.." O45 Voles Town?" y' f.y Miller Faces

Around House, i For Barry Bleak FutureLOCKPORT

Wait ResultsPHOENIX (UP!)-The eight voters In this Rep. William E. Miller, OOP
tluWIlte Mountain hamlet vice presidential nominee, hope i
F1. were the fine In the nation tci to emerge today as holder ol Do'
(UPI) Repub. rut their ballots in today's nation's second highest office
Uran presidential nominee Bar. election. At the stroke of midnight but faced the possibility ol a

rv M. Goldwater, encouraged they gave all their votesto future of political anonymity.
by hit final day of campaign Republican presidential nominee Miller rested at the home or>i ia
Ing, planned to cast his own Barry Goldwator. friend here today with his
tote early today and then await Then they wolfed down a mid 1 1TN wife and two eldest daughter sHe
the voters' verdict "fooling night snack of cold cuts, doughnuts officially ended two monthsof
around the house." cider and coffee 5,1 tedious campaigning on I tar

And then they trudged half of Barry Goldwater and
The senator made no formal through the crisp, clear 24. w himself with an address to a lo
plans for voting, at the Phoenix degree weather to their homes cal rally late Monday.His .
country day school near his hill N and went to bed. final duty before the re

top home. However, he told The voters, all registered Republicans h turns were tabulated was t.,
newsmen on his arrival here gave no votes to travel to Olcott with his wife
from his final campaign trip President Lyndon Johnson. 13 miles north of here where.

that he thought he would prob. That's Just how they were ex he has his legal residence, and i
ably get to the polls about 9 peeled to vote even though one vote at a firehouse near Lake
a.m. MST. resident had threatened to vote dl, Ontario.

As to the rest of the day BAND AUCTION SALE The Winter Haven Senior High School Band Auction Sale which was Democratic.The .
while voters across the nation held at Grapefruit Hall .Saturday afternoon was a large success Pictured from left are David voters gathered shortly / Sukarno Is
decide whether he Is to assume Van Arsdall, Al Lauter and Gabe Stewart, auctioneer before midnight In a rubber
products factory. It Is one of
the duties of the Called
presidency or Tyrant
five buildings nettled In this resort
retired to private life c I IJl
Couple Found community surrounded by
ter said: "I'd Uke to take an. Microphones foundIn pine trees and snow topped KUALA LUMPUR, MalaysiaUPI
other long walk In the desert. Dead In Car mountains. ( ) Prime Minister Teng.
There are several cactus that --- ku Abdul Rahman today called
need trimming. FORT LAUDERDALE (UPI) r Indonesian President Sukarno a

-A passing motorist spotted a Syncom Relays tyrant who glorified the mem.
"I think I'll spend the rest of Warsaw EmbassyWASHINGTON car overturned in a small lake odes of Hitler and Mussolini
the day just fooling around the just off the Sunshine State Park Vote Results He said Sukarno "Is trying

house. qay Monday and the bodies of his best to destroy everythingthat

( Construction of the modern two elderly persons were recovered WASHINGTON (UPI) The Lets above took Is good and humane all
"You know, you've jot a lot UPI)-A bat. BEST COSTUMES Mr. and Mrs. George ,
of leaks and short circuits," he tery of concealed microphoneshas concrete and glass building be. from It. voice of America will use the first prize In a Halloween costume party at Havendalo Lanes.. done to effect, he says, a
Oct, 1 1900. The The drowning victims were Syncom communications satelolU. change In the lives of men.
been discovered buildingis
said, echoing the comments of In the re. gan .
Identified Clifford Clark 64 to broadcast U.S. elections "So did Hitler before him
as ,
householder long Gently built U.S. Embassy build. on ground leased by the
and his wife Elma about 60 results tonight to the Far East. and Mussolini whose memorieshe
In United States for 80 ,
Warsaw Poland the renewable
from his home precincts. ing years GOP Demos
State Department disclosed for another 20. of Hollywood. The broadcast will start at 8 Tangle now glorifies," he said
Coldwater described as "the Monday The Florida Highway Patrol p.m. EST and continue for eight ,

most amazing thing that's hap. A spokesman said the listen. said Clark apparently lost control hours. Communication satell. EXCUSE FAILSBLACKBURN
pened in the campaign" his re. Ing devices apparently were Installed of the car on the MacArthurexit Ites Relay 1 and Relay 2 are be. England UPI)
ceptlon in San Francisco Mon. In the early stages of ramp and veered Into the Ing used to transmit television Over Poll WatchingWASHINGTON -A bus driver protested In
day Commenting that Republl. construction of the building, King Deplores lake landing upside down Sun. coverage of the election to court Monday that 22 female

cans In the Bay area had not which began In I960. day night Europe back seat drivers giving him

been too friendly to his candid. The system was said to be Plans have been made for 20 directions where to drop them

acv, Coldwater said he was told similar to a network for more Write-In Bid Democrats and the UPI Republicans) The radio-equipped cars, manned by off confused him.
that the crowd which
poured than 40 microphones earlier police and assistant state's at. The judge said that wasn't a
Into the streets to meet him Record Number Vote battled for votes to the end today
found nwrrtwt! In the walls Of in a hassle over who torneys to patrol the city to In. good enough excuse for running
was second only to the one the U.S. Embassy In Mo.cow.DI.cov.ry vestigate quickly com. red lights and barred Ken Nicholson
should watch who and how at any
Gen. Douglas Mac. ( ) The
from driving for six
of the Moscow bug. plaints. A special sesslonofeir.
Arthur on his return from Ja Democratic National Committeehas the more than 175,000 polling
glng was announced last May places across the nation. cult court will be held to hear months and fined him $14. He

pan. 19.The what called It termed for an "a Investigationof desperate In Southland Todaydecentralized The COP called It ballot ... any cues- L_ ______ also lost his job. .
Devices In Warsaw
"It was a real thrill t'venev. lasUmlnute effort by Goldwater curlty, or "Operation Eagle
er experienced anything like were discovered'Oct. 7, It did supporters to persuade Eye." The Democrats called It
not disclose how microphones Negro ATLANTA (UPI) Millions federal govern-
many .
It, Coldwater said. voters to waste their ballots"by an attempt to intimidate vot.r.
It was a day of contrasts for were found. writing In Dr. Martin Luther of Southern voters visit the ment. and said It should be From SHERIFFTo
polls in record number Democrats warned
against a
Shortly after the discovery todayto
Coldwater, the final day of 1964 King Jr. for president dubbed "Operation Evil Eye
U.S. Ambassador John Moors cut their ballots in a presidential change that might mean a COP
campaigning From the big San The dispute centered on the
Cabot lodged a formal protest campaign that has set political takeover, and reminded
Francisco crowd largest In called traditional practice of polio
King confer
with the Polish Foreign Minis. a news the stage for a new politicalera voters of what their party
his which In Members each
campaign pressed watching. par.
ence In Atlanta Monday to repudiate
has for Dixie In the
In Dixie. reaped
try. Polish authorities denied
on his motorcade on downtown any such wrlte.ln cam. ty keep an eye on the balloting
any knowledge or responsibilityfor The campaign has seen the way of past benefits
streets strewn with confetti, palgn He called It a "cruel to make sure there is no hanky.
the listening system, the South for the first time wooed But the campaign law many
Goldwater flew to a sunset rally and vicious attempt to confuse panky by members of the oppo.
Democratic leaders remain silent
State Department said. frantically by both Democratsand HEAR THE
at in airfield on the ArUtonaUtah sltlon.
.1 to
Negro voters am willing
rather than buck the tide
Department press officer Rob. Republicans and the result .
border. The practice took on new slgnlflcance
ert J, McCloskey said the em. risk a guess that It was sup. has been the emergence, of a of citizens angry with the ad. this when the

He was aiming his final cam. bassy was equipped with a "se. porters contrived of this Sen.venomous Goldwater act.who" two party system.Election ministration's 1904, civil rights Republicans announced year they ELECTION RETURNS
bill. untold number of
palgn appearance at Fredonia, cure room" where classified officials Inthe South would conduct amuch larger
Aria, a "lucky town" where he. discussions were held This Is, Democratic National Chair. have predicted that almost 10 voter., traditionally Democrat. arid more intensive program
'' in effect a within million persons will cast their ic, have switched their party TONIGHT OVER
had ended campaigns In the' room a man John M. Bailey said Mon. than ever before,
room, designed to make elec. ballots In one of the hardest- allegiance especially In rural
.past day night he had asked the Charles R. rerr, national dl.
But his airport slop put him tronio eavesdropping Impos. Federal Communications Com fought, bitterest and most expensive areas.In rector of the program, expect.
just over the Utah border In a sible. mission (FCC) to Investigate presidential year campaigns the last days of the campaign ed that 100,000 persons wouldbe

field which services Kanab, Embassy personnel also were broadcast appeals on behalf of In half a century Republicans In Georgia. at work In 35 cities across
Utah given standard Instructions that the write-in campaign Clear sunny skies were forecast ran largo newspaper advertisements the country.
any conversations they held out. across the region, a sure declaring "Do you wanta "Only through being alert can WSIRRADIO
side the sign of long voter lines. President endorsed by the
With the sun dropping behinda secure room might be we make certain that votes leg.
distant mesa and the desert monitored. First TV The 1964 campaign saw a new Communists 'The Worker' the ally cast carry their full weight
air t Coldwater Officials said Investigation of Republican party built almost Communist party newspaperhas and are not diluted by those
who Jnrdefl ;ed an old the bugging has not yet reachedthe ADDIS ABABA, EthiopiaUPI from scratch In Dixie by supporters endorsed Lyndon B. John whose votes are cast Illegally,"
speech In San Francisco, talked point where It could be con. ( ) Ethiopia's first nation. of Son Barry Gold-" son. Can there be any stronger he said. 1490
off the cuff In Fredonla to pea eluded definitely whether any al television station was opened water. They based their tenants proof that the present administration Democratic National Chair.

pie, who, he said, were sure to classified Information may have Monday night by Emperor lint on a brand of political conserva. has been weak toward man John M. Bailey said the .IIU.
understand. been compromised. le Selassie. tion embracing civil rights andSPERLING'S Communists?"
Republicans planned to try to RADIO
On the eve of the election,
cut into expected Democratic CODE
some Georgia Democratic lead. ..
pluralities in large cities by In.
era expressed uncertainty
over timldattng voters,especially Neo
the election outcome. They complained
and forelgn.born citizens.
OUTLET the GOP "oulspent, out- groes
Bailey predicted attempts to -
organized and out trumpeted"them.
slow down lines In Democratic

precincts, Illegal challenging,
310 AVENUE A. N.W. Some also outsmeared charged us."the" Republicans voting and last.mlnute Information.mailing of false INFORMATIONSTATION

A Democratic ad.
NEXT DOOR TO CITY DRUG (Formerly Morr' Juvenile Shop) vertisement depicted newspaper a party most The GOP controversy plan has In aroused Chicago the,

bandwagon with Georgia Flora
ida, Tennessee,Aarkansas,Texas where the Republicans claim
THANK YOU WINTER HAVEN FOR Kentucky on the wagon they were robbed of enough
and Alabama and Mississippi votes in 1960 to carry the state.Sidney YOUR HOST
Holzman, chairman of
tumbling oft
A GRAND SUCCESS FOR OUR GRAND OPENING Goldwater strategists have the commissioners city's Hoard and a of Democrat Election, THE NEIGHBORLY

contended for some time that said he has Issued about 250,.
OUR DISCOUNT PRICES WILL CONTINUE a strong sweep of the South and 000 credentials to political and BANK of LAKE ALFREDPlan

several big pivotal states suchas civic groups for Operation Eat'o .
Ohio. Illinois Texas and
SPECIALS! California could give the Arizona EyePrize

senator enough electoral
votes to send him to the White Winners For A Big
GOTHAM IERKSHIRI VALUES TO L10 Alabama and Mississippi, Announced By Football Weekend

1.11 states, appeared headed EllsworthTh.l1ftluckywlnn.raofdoor
ALL OWE Into the Republican fold by a FRIDA'Y
OJ- SOC 50c
COLORS & SHADES PR. Per Each healthy margin. But some poll.

tlcans in those states were privately prizes at the Open House held 8:00: P.M.
worried that a strong by Ellsworth: at his new location
Full Lillo Of see 200 LADIES SLIPS RUGIY ALL CUSHION COP swing could end decades MIAMI TULANE
TOYS SHIRTS AND at 187 Ave A, NW, were announced vs.
Wear EVUGLAZE POLISHED FOOT SOCKS of Democratic patronage. this morning.The i
Florida and Tennetjee which e .
COTTON 'I OR LONG SIZES FROM TO II winners were:Mildred E.
have gone Republican in the
AT REDUCED Ro 4.00 Norford, a Udico can opener; SATURDAY
1 00 2 00 55 C past three presidential elections Mrs. Ralph Thompson, a Dominion
Our Price Owe PrIce R. 1.00 Pr. the eve
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of the election. Georgia, South ... a Motorola AM/FM
Carolina and North Carolina clock radio; Mrrtlce McLeod GATORS vs. GEORGIA
Panty CHILDREN'S Flannel Vests were so closely contested that a General Electric frjpanj and

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25 States Elect \the Weafher--Local/ And National/ European Type


Circus SlatedIn t ..

Governors Today wry 'we c0 n

W \SHINGTON (UPI) Vot Ii Howell Co., is locked In- i inecluanoVneck a / i \\L ,. k"ia Auburndale

rife in 25 states elect governor) race with Democratic ,
toiia\ In some surprisingly class Oo\' Otto Kerner, seekIng P w..s TtM European style cn ,

contests where the presidential a second four.year term. which has become funlli u
tialloting may have t decisive Michigan's OOP Gov. George America through television i

I impact on the statehouse races W. Ronutey, the former Amerl many of the European i 1"1
National prominence center can Motors chief who refused
onaUUe will be seen In i to lems ----

on1A'0 Michigan states- where- Illinois the Republican aid to ter,endorse Is favored Sen.to Barry turn back Goldwa the 6O : ..... when. the tnteriuilonU Hippodrome ) II \Iii, \, 1'' PAKK1V: l) ''I'' 1j'l1.'f'' t.mu, llrldte'\ ,

I candidates are marked &I bid o( Democratic Rep Neil : :.. --' Circus come School to iheAuburndale W I I't I I II'I' I HIM,,"]:. I.I. "/"I nl (I iii, "',',, IIiAlllird" II I I
future presidential possibilities Staebler. High the IM, rill of: the .l-ev mil Mt'" Ilan'I I iI\II1I''k\ I I lustor 01( theParkland
roods Saturday, porisored>
( lluptlsl 1 Church
they win. As balloting started the AekwmdeJe Kiwanis Club
In Illinois, moderate Republl. held an 18 to 7 margin 1ft Performers who have been --- I
can Charles H. Percy, former the 18 states where governorships 10 telesaet tron circuses in nine Parkland Church
"boy wonder" of Bell were at stake. They hopedto .sr ell '
president a. different countries are teas Retail Sales
So LF1Mtttiti Honors
Increase margin and .... VAAIt) ,. ? t7 Ured. Many of these personallH -
improve their already lopsided s are making their tint
34 to 16 dominance of Tom lianlels and Jim Green
Negroes Plan Jr" ;,,.' Am rtean. tour. Odd i have been orilalned as new
statehouses all 50 states .;. uN"UJ WAAM .yen the Uf tent U entirely Up In CountyIn
deacons ot BaptistChurch
Republicans fought to dose different In design' from the
the gap. States where the GOP SIIow5RS1A traditional American circus
felt it had a chance to replace Linus Bridges\ and W.Clifford
School Ban eat. The peaks are e.treni.ly
Democratic governors Included 51 IN ,i-3 !Y high awl the lent 1* almost Scot i came aeordantned deacons SeptemberRetail
Massachusettsermont, 1111. circular In shape with the seats from other ehul'<<'lIta. They were

nois, Indiana, West Virginia,, arranged around the single ring honor! at a reception flunda

In AlabamaBy Wisconsin and Washington. SNOW, RAIN AND SHOWERS Heavy rains are forecast for the Pacific Northwest and The gains height offer more night at the horn o( the Rev talAi In Polk Conch' \
Democrats not only hoped to snow predicted Idaho and Montana. Fifty degree temperatures are forecast for North and South freedom tor sensational aerial and Ml". Gene R. Hitchcock took a irmneniknui, Jump In Sop

hold these, but pick up gover. Dakota. Showers are forecast for the Southern Plains and the middle Ohio Valley It will be oool feat and the proximity of the Those attending were Mr. awl timber,, lopping the same im:, ,nth
United Press International norshlps In Rhode Island, Utah,, In the New England States. Fair and warm Is forecast for the rest of the action puNIC to the performer provides Mrs Paid Vaughn Mr.and Mrs. a lea. al" I li,> 35.6 per 1"'l1tat'col'1ltm
Montana and Ooldwater's home C. C. Reeves, Mr.and Mrs.Ray-
Negroes planned a massive a thrilling new viewpoint in figure Just, 'inleasoil
OUTLOOK and Mrs.Tom .
LOCAL mood! Gunter, Mr.
school boycott In Alabama today state of Arizona Florida Zones Temperatures of the circus to the public 11Ih.,.' Florida Retail .'j.
The really close ones tc Partly cloudy through to- 11 I the., Mr. and Mrs.LlaaRNdges
lo protest alleged voter The two hour program In .rltl '".
discrimination and the absence watch, according to pre-election morrow. High today 75 to 80 Low IIItb elude high aerial troupes, astounding Mr. end Mrs. W. Clifford Total lerall sale repot'tiM! I I"N
of President Johnson's name polls: Vermont, Illinois, Massa.chusetts. Panhandle Low tonight In the low 60's Albuquerque 41 ea acrobats, a Mg bareback Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Jim the Florida Kevemie dm,'mis
Partly cloudy and mild today Greenllold and Mr. Md Mrs
from Alabama ballots. West Virginia and Northeast and north winds I 1 Atlanta U 'J1 riding troupe with aero Tom Daniels. Ion were 'U.O ).1Ub1lompwr.Itf
Negro school children in al Washington tonight and Wednesday to IS miles per hour.Services Birmingham 48 73Boston belie sornnteriaulttng marvels, \ were $41,917,72Iconipare1:
least seven Alabama cities and Although the gubernatorial High today 75 lo So. low to- )0 II dainty-footed equestrlennei and ------ with UtI.IOa.tal Ui Sepia I/II'&r

towns were expected to shut campaigns were waged for the night 54 to 58 Variable winds Chicago 14 n hilarious comedy, Juggling of 1103.
classes. Hundreds of Negro most part on local or state ls 3 to 15 miles per hour. Cleveland 49 00 learns, amaalng equilibrists, 10 Years For14YearOld Except for two mill countloi

children began the protest Monday sues, the presidential sweep. North Held Denver H '70 high win thrillers, high" school with total sales of $4 million i Sri
with boycotts at Annlston stakes had an Important bear. Fair through WedntidiyHigh Detroit 10 08 and menage hors...performing II million Polk hail the ingest'
and Tuscaloosa and a demon. Ing In many of the races today near 80, low to- Jacksonville 84 10 elephants hilarious Europeanand percentage <>f Increase in i the
stratlon at Montgomery. Some Northern Democratic night 55 to 60 North and Kansas City 84 II American clowns and many TAMPA (VPIVCarsonJuntorGreen state The average for, all t n>7
The demonstrators appearedon candidates were happy to climb northeast winds 8 to 15 miles For Astronaut Los Angeles sa '71 other wonders In deeming, a 14 sentence year cM Tampa( 10 Florida counties was a 10 pet
youth was o
sidewalks outside the Capl on President Johnson's coattails. per hour. Miami as T7 colorful spectacle set on by cent Increase
tot In Montgomery and police Cut some Republican Central Miami Beach H 'JI lavish costuming years In stale prison Mondayfor In August, Polk' imraase
arrested 26 of them when they] feared an anti.Coldwater v o t e Wednesday Twin Cities II 08 a M robbery on June 11. was eeven.wrths o( one pal
Partly cloudy through
refused to disperse. They were and politely ducked theirparty' Killed In Crash New Orleans 4'7 7'J Juvenile authorities advised cent, against a stale avn ate .if
High today 75 to 80.
charged with parading without national ticket. New York 48 04 Dial Prayer Criminal Court officials that the 9.1 per cent. Tutal salty "''I'>
low Northeast
low 60'l.
a permit. Many of the youthful The campaigns presented Orlando H 711 youth was Incorrigible. *.0 2M.2BJ
Negroes carried signs calllnf some Interesting battles They and north winds 8 to 15 miles IIOUSTON (UPI) The na,. Philadelphia 41 1'7 Service Is

for "the right to be free" Involved voters' views on a Ie. per hour. lion's spacemen gathered today Phoenix 48 7e

Negro leader Daniel Barrel gal state lottery, racial Issues,. Southeast for the funeral of Theodore C. Raleigh U 10 Available"Prayerlorthedsy RESTAURANT SPECIAL
of Mobile said the boycott to. charges of corruption and car. Partly cloudy through Wednesday Freeman the first U, S, astra St. louts 50 78

day was to protest the fact "we petbagglng, and "do nothing" High today 78 to 82 naut killed in training San Francisco: at 14 ," ashoit t

cannot vote for President John. administrations. low tonight mid-1o's. Northeast Seattle n II devotion recorded on tape at WEDNESDAY NIGHT
son and the rigid voter regls. -------- and north winds 8 to 13 Services for the :34.year.ok Tampa 60 08 first Presbyterian Church, is
ration rules against Negroes In miles per hour. Air Force captain, killed when Washington 42 01 within fingertip reacVby dltllnk STEAK SPECIAL
Alabama." President Johnson'i FSU Student Southwest his T38: jet trainer crashed last CV 4 4144 on the phone.

name Is not on the Alabama Partly cloudy through! Wednesday Saturday, were scheduled for BONELESS
ballot because a group of elec. Attacks Lax High today 80, low tonight 10 a.m. CST at the Seabrook, 300 Entertain Two pastors, the Rev. Junes
It. Blarkwood and the It... Hobs
Tex, Methodist Church.
tors pledged to him was defeat.
ed by unpledged electors In a Demo PoliciesThe winds S upper to 15 60's.miles per Northerly hour.' The body will be shipped to British QueenLONDON eel W. Farrow the alternate. In "recording SIRLOIN 97'
Democratic primary. South Arlington Vs. for burial with prayers.These

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Florida Flambeau, dally Partly cloudy through Wednesday full military honor Wednesday (Wl) American are or a general in.ture .
said in Atlanta Monday that he newspaper at Florida State University In the National Cemfterj entertainers t Lens Horne I Brenda > -praise. Huuiksgtvtnt .
"will begin working almost im. carried a letter to the night 70 High Northerly today 78 winds, low\ to-10 there Lee and Dar Newharl head (leeches, acting fur Cud's giai'" 4:00: P.M, U 1:00: P .... ONLY
mediately" after the election on editor written lined the annual royal variety
on Thursday by The feileral. space agency: mercy aid/ peace. They van'
to 28 miles hour.
plans for new racial demonstra. Mickey Harrison, son of the per aald Monday an Investigation or show presented Monday night with the changing .eann. ">r We> DRUGaoia.I
lions in the nation. Rev. J. R. Harrison pastor of the crash that killed him ma;) before Queen Elizabeth: year. I I
"As long as the problem of( the Victory Tabernacle In Au- take several weeks to complete The Queen outshone other ArMll
racial injustice ejlsts. there burnd e. Very Rev. Sayre But feathers pulled from the members of the society audio Tlieie, have lawn as inure' at .
'will be demonsttgiieneA: King i t enre In a fulUklrted frock of 4, wreckage Indicated the fast
said. "There will probably have "We are pursuing a course Plans To Vote moving jet may have collide Ire-blue organza and diamond lag service, which I I. available I..t NOUN OATt MOPPING CINTII
.t t any hour of the day "rIh/ III.
to be masshe demonstrationsto of spineless submission and with low.flylng birds as It tiara -
Insure the right to vote in appeasement In dealing with the WASHINGTON (UPI) Tin I streaked toward a landing It -

Alabama and Mississippi He communist regime, which will Very Rev. Francis B. Sayre Jr, Ellington Air Forte Base south
said the North also will see bring us to total defeat" the dean of Washington Cathedral, of Houston
demonstrations for equal oppor. letter said by allowing the government said he "definitely" planned U

unities In lobs and housing "to become so permeated vote today. The tragedy brought astronaut
Elsewhere: by ultra-liberals." Sayre stirred a senatlondur. training to a virtual halt for the
Jackson Miss: The "Free. Ing the campaign by declaring week In memoriam to the quiet
dom Democratic Party" report Deploring aid to communist In a sermon that the nation pilot who hoped some day to fir)
ed Monday night more than 40,. countries and a Viet Nam policy faced a "sterile choice" In the to the moon.
000 Negroes participating In a "leading to a staggering defeat presidential race llec a 11 Ie d
mock election gave all but a for the free world," Harrison Sen. Carry M. Ooldwaler "a
"handful" of their votes to said young people of America man of dangerous ignorance"and 1i
News Of Record
President Johnson. "are constantly being Indoctrinated accused President Johnson
Atlanta: State 4-H leader with the theory that" of "a lack of private ethic"
Walton Monday labeled communism Isn't so bad and that CIKCUIT COURT
Tommy L. ...... ,
as untrue reports that we must learn to live In hAr- Today Sayre told t reporterthat R.Wu.i An Wee. ,11M. J..l a Lu-t .

Georgia had been chosen to mony with it." he never meant to suggest fit Y"A. Wkoii. p IM. fw frrannul-
that voters wash their hands of /'AJ'
lead in the Integration of the .. J,_, i
He claimed the Democratsare the contest and stay home Lr jiMitr /
4.H Club program "soft on communism" and "On the contrary" he said, P.:r: :...1I: Y.e/.r/ r. ....... Nar.

said that If "Americans takea "I feel strongly that every cltu "".i K I"rod Il.a.rJa' hn r"M..rl 41D.lroV .- l ,

Levi .mains the keen Ightend thoughtful look at both party ten has a moral duty to choose J.:" w O ant" Nt.De .
the lifting f.om. dark I platforms they will vote Repub- between the presidential candid .. [I ?I fi:... evn...... ft. ,,, t
lican. For the sake of our ales and to vote for the one he .*".* '.... ..I...

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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Today's CONFUCIUS SAY, ultS LATER THAN YOU THINK Washington Window I

W E. RYNWtON, Wtter.Puk .h.r
JOHN w. KYNHHON, A'....... .. Hie P.bI.....'

uBlithed I>> dally (....p. S..rd.yl by tk. Winter Have CommentaryBy By LYLE WILSON And all Commie and o" r
ublithing>) c., .In*., lit 3rd Stree. N.W., Winter H....., "'."41. United.. Press International anti. American propagamt,
------- The losers In this presidential world-wide were ready will,nand ,
&OSHOHN 6eerel toI... .,
CHARLES remalnd.er .
----- PHIL NEW8OM election will have the able to believe anjti J II t
JACK KAHAN Aiieal.t Editor UPI Foreign News Analyst of their lives to ponder this bad said about either ot ,..
question: presidential candidates, I ,J'
To that the South Vletruu
PETER J_ SULLIVAN Advorti.iiie Manager IBM. art being "Could our side have won If better arguments could IS-<. ,r ,I,
given last
--- -- --- --- one
NATIONAL ADVERTISING RErRCtCNTATIVE chance to save themselves U we had concentrated on legitl. Americans offer the ertur: I J
Shannon I Axociatat In*. Chic.... IH perhaps putting it too strongly mate, definable Issues and had peoples of Africa and Asia '
But It !. refused to Indulge In personalities the suppressed peoples of Lin
Entered *i Seaond Clue 104.. Matter Sept. .. ltJ4 at Ih. Pert Off;.. perilously close to in exaggeration In name. America?
In Winter H..... Florid, under act .f March 2, I I7f that.Almost and MOb?"
exactly a year after calling "This Is what the Ameri: our:
the fall of the Ngo Dinh Diem That would be a fair and hon. of themselves," these prod
MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU est question for either side to
government In Saigon U.S. Am. agandlsts could tell bede\III rl
I ): OF CIRCULATIONS bassador Can Maxwell D. Tay. ask itself If It came up on the humans all over the world wi n

.......: lor plainly was Irked when he short end of the vote There is are struggling to attain LJ list J
not much for either side to be
said repeated government en..e. class status In the contest for
MEMIER had led to proud of in the conduct of Its
"deterioration the confidence and or alr r:.
Active Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL and a loss of momentum" In presidential campaign. There Is tlon of these peoples that Would
NATIONAL EDITORIAL The United ,,.. entitled to Ik* mol the war effort not much for American citizens be mighty powerful
ASSOCIATION .r r*publication .f all l.cl newt printd But, In what has become to be proud of in the manner In propaganda:
In thl. well .ll UPI It Is reasonable to belta
It 44 nev/tpeper *i 01 standard U.S. policy In South which--the campaign was con. So
New Dup.tchei. Viet tested. that millions of people have ro.ceived .
Name Taylor also re.
malned The whole political system Is and will retain the 1964
ADVERTISING DEADLINE determinedly optimistic.
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT For the new civilian govern Ri in disarray when grown men presidential campaign picture

|y eh. Ward .M, Prviyt; Day, ly tk* Inch I P'M. Prevloy. Day. meat he said, he had "great conduct themselves In a contest the American people. It puts
Legal Net.ee.t 111p PM. Pr.,;.., Day Sunday Edition: D*.dlini Friday hope." for the presidency of the Unit. the American way about on a
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT. Hope Indeed was about the ed States like little boys fling. level with the name-callinc!
Sunday Edition-3 P.M. Thursday; Menday Edition-I P.M. Friday) only Ingredient left. Ing mud pies or bigger boys methods by which the So let
TuaiJay Ed;tin; -Neon Saturday) Wednetday Tkuriday and Friday
writing bad words on the side Union from time to time de.
... .M. T... Under the autocratic Diem
Edit: P D., I IK Advance government and its politically s of the family outhouse. motes a head man and selects

Member Souther N..p.,., Publitken Aiiocletion appointed generals there had 1 The principals In the cam. another or two

Member>> Hullo P,... Aitociation; been the "clear and hold" op. I palgn may or may not have Sen. Karl Mundt, R-S.D. was
---- SUISCRIPTION/ RATES eratlons which neither clearednor o piped the pitch to which their on target when he called this

ly Cartler ., Mail held. And there were the iJ r'r supporters responded. Perhaps one a low level school yard

Veer. $1120; 4 marks, ftlOi 1 montki. $4.IS| I month, II.(tt; fortified strategic hamlets the undisciplined supporters of campaign in which both candid.
weekly._II tentt_ Sma.lt Copied Daily I centii Sunday. 10 ..nt.. which fell to the CommunistViet one side or the other would aces were insulting the Intel!!,
Cong with distressing reg. have wallowed In the campaign gence of .
TELEPHONE CYpron Hit I ularlty once the troops depart.ed excesses regardless of the -American voters

and defenses were left to a standards set by the principal
local home guard. contestants However It may

A Thought For Today"And Nor had the situation 1m. have come abouti the preslden. Memories
proved any under two strong tltl was asor.
man generals. ry mess and one which will

Gen. Duong Van (Big) Minn leave its stain for years to
He (God) hag put all things under Hit 20 YEARS AGO
who took over after Dlem's fall, come.
(Christ's) feet and gave (appointed) Him to be himself fell victim to a coup Who could believe the basis Mist Carrie Hall McElroy

head over all things to the Church, which u Ili body led And by!Khanh Cello came Nguyen perilously Khanh. Project AlertBy AlmanacBy of offered any that evidence Lyndon or Johnson half truth Is James became Davis the bride in St of Pauls Cpl

the fulness of Htm who filleth all in all" Eph. 1:U-t3 close to falling to a combined a crook? Who would agree that Episcopal Church

All together believers and Christ make one great military and civilian coup last United Press International Barry Goldwater Is "a wild

spiritual body with Him as the Head. September. MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Ret Today Is Tuesday, Nov. 3, man, a stray an unprincipledand 10 YEARS AGO
Among all groups It was all the 308th day of 1964 with 58 to ruthless jujitsu artist" as Work was begun on the con
too obvious that special Inter. AnalystAT follow the Saturday Evening Post so structlon of Winter Haven's

ests were taking precedent over The moon is approaching! Its delicately put it? new northwest elementary
News Chief Editorials what should have been the new phase. Who could believe that Lyn. school\ The new school was
main Int.rest-th. war against THE CROSS ROADS that some of our finest gathers The morning stars are Jupiter don Johnson was guided by going up Just off the Haven
the Viet Cong Ings have to be marred by racial Mars and Venus. treasonable Instincts or that Dale Blvd. near the Winter
Taking over this weak as civilian "And this Is the con pmna- demonstrations 1 have an appre The evening stars are JupIter Barry Goldwater was a lurking Haven Lions Club Trailer
Maybe You Have Time premier was a man who Lion that light has come into the hension. Yes, I have a fear. and Saturn. Fascist, a Hitler.on.the.make? Park with an approximatecost
and loved darkness How tragic will It be if about the kind
appeared physically as frail as world men American poet William Cullen Sick is the world for that of $198,000.
the 17.man high council whichIn rather than light because their time the Negro receives hit freedom Bryant was born on this day of blather.
If it isn't seven o'clock you may have time to theory at least Is to give the deeds were evil." St. John 3, all Americans will have lost in 1794 Who could bellve? Well, the

rustle down to the polling place and cast your ballot. country civilian rule and free) 3:19.Many their freedom. On this day In history British seemed ready willing S YEARS AGO
voters will never give The complete address by Rev, about An all-time record for new
the military for the main job In 1783 Congress ordered the and eager to believe Just
There will probably be a line ; voting has been rather against the Communists.The thought to the fact that after today C. Kyle was entered In the Con continental army to demobilize. anything said In derogation of construction in Winter Haven

heavy today. Maybe your poll will stay open to vote the new premier was a one. our lives our nation and gresslonal Record by Congressman In 1917 Americans learned of Barry Goldwater. British boos was let at the city's fiscal

entire line, so give it a try. You won't have a chanceto time school teacher typist and the future of all of us will most James B. Vtt (R) of California the first deaths of U.S. soldiersIn for the Republican ticket couldbe year closed The old record
pharmacy assistant whose pre. certainly be changed for better Wednesday Aug. 19, Ig6C. combat at Nancy, France, heard all the way across the set the previous year was top
cast your ballot for a President for another four Pious administrative experiencehad or worse. If the One Wonders Has not Rev. Kyle given all of in World War I. Atlantic. ped by $99,001.

years yours may be that all-important ballot. been five months u a the Democratic Socialist are returned us something!: to think about? In 183, President Franklin,
Dlem.appolnted mayor of SaU to power our nation will On the eve of the election one Roosevelt was reelected to his
And also remember that when the lines for the gon. He had, however a record never be the same again They can only ponder "Were there second term. ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

precincts were redrawn, you may be in a new polling of resistance both to the Com. have planned It that way as time enough Informed American voters In 1939, the Soviet Union an.

place. For sure should vote. It is privilege not munlsts and Diem will tell. There cannot possiblybe at the polls today who tin nounced It was ready to test
His first public announcementIn any light under a "One World derstand conditions u thy exist underground nuclear explo. WDSO-TT WFIATVClHNMMll WFTO.TV VfTYTTYCkMMl
accorded to many people of the world. As long as you the new peat was In the race of people", "a One World and who really want to save dons, Channel. 4 f CIIoII.... II
are able to vote your convictions we'll probably haveus work.or.l1i11IIln, demandingthat language", "A One World School their nation from possible future CIS NIC AIC CISOrloa1
all citizens either enroll in of thought", The events sure chaos and anarchy? A thought for the day The Ortoede Temp" Temp
free but if let the other fellow do
courttry -
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you rounding the building of the
the army of contribute to the A miracle and only a miraclecan late President Hoover once
all the voting It won't be long now. budget. "Tower of Babel" clearly state bring this about and miracles laid "Older men declare war, Tuesday NIGHT Nov. 3
The remainder of his an. the case However as In the daysof are rather scarce these but It Is the youth that must
nounced program, public health listen Noah the people would not days fight and die" ",00=Newt News. Sport AIC New Puli New*

and education was equally 'l IS-Sperti. Wther Weather N..., Weather Secret W'tker
Coverage praise-worthy. The trouble was As one travels through and e,JO-CIS Newt NIC Newt TIA CIS Newi
It had been heard before tarries amidst the ancient ruinsof e,45-CIS New. NBC Newt TIA CIS News
the Hittites In Turkey, Baal- -- --- -
In the Jungle the Viet Cong
Dy and large we feel that the voters of this nation remained depressingly, near and beck In Lebanon up and down 7:00-C.mpaige'94 local Election'TilS Election '*4 Election Night

got saturation coverage on all of the candidates and there seemed little likelihood the Nile In Egypt ItalyPom-- ELECT 7:30: -- Return Election. NIC Coverage New (IL..looel nationalnturni Coverage(Local

the amendments. whether that villagers under the 1mm. pell), Greece the Kymer ruins 7,4S- During each Election
all of It all depended upon dials threat of Communist retaliation around Angkor Wat In Cambodia, J .. __._ ) and

they were too lazy to read or listen and think about would come flocking to the student of ancient history 1:00h.1I hear. CeveregeI Election '44 national
leaves with but one thought ::It- 2) minutes (IL..I. Election'14 nearest)
what was being said. We read some wild-eyed charges Huong's
also "They too lived loved, saw sun 1:10.f CIS Netttete and Election '44 Electian Highs
in letters that the voters aren't being told the facts. there Among was thell1Iar.r.a traditional antlpa. set glow, never had It so good, --1:45- work-(evernational I Electien'$4 Coverage

As far as we can figure out the voters were told thy toward both the army and and wanted to keep things th.tway" ':00- ago and. 7 NIC News Election '44 Election Nigkt-

every fact that came to light and as quickly as pos- government taxes.In .:1$- ", i..I.I.f Election Election'44Election CoverageElactien
the generally depressing The directors o(the museums, v t,3tV- Central Coverage ',. Night
nble. picture there seemed one ray excavators, archeologists and ',4S- JMoridaand NIC New Electien'h4 CoverageElection
of It Buddhist scholars that I knew, all made --
We do feel that by and large the newspapers llcatlon's light frank was s admission pub.that the same summary as to what 10:00.--,1-- Election ; ';.Eii;." Night
10:IS- turn.I Coverage Et.di.14
magazines and other media have done an excellentjob there would be no place for happened to these one tlm.ar..tanel.nl 1Olo-c..i" NBC News Election '44 CoverageElection Night
Buddhism under communism. It civilization. "The Invaders 1MacDONALD 1 IMS-Campaign 'U Election '
of the We feel Election" 44
informing people. that they'll find might be the unifying spark from afar were ever enviousof ___ CoverageElection
out some things they suspected but couldn't reveal needed. abundant life and greatnessof IIOo-c..I"n C....... AIC N.... Night
these people The Invader s IMS-Campaign'44. NIC New NewttmoN.willn. CoverageElection
for lack of verification but again supposition is
no I 11:30
sent his spies Informers, trait. -Campaign 44 Elecfia Highs
good. We feel that the two major candidates got what ors to persuade the Inhabitantsto Ih45-Caepaige'44 1_ i Cevorago Newtline Cover age,

they went after. Johnson had more influential friends \'wa'4L.POr 'ot0 'hold the words of their su.
preme benefactor, their rellgl Wednesday MORNING Nov. 4
but Goldwater the from the
got backing little fellows ous beliefs In a God, their patriotism .

who want their voices heard. It has been an interest. and love of country ?,00-Almaee Tedey Sh... "A.M."

ing election but too dirty for a national event as an Illustlon''. 7..S-W..U. Tedey Skew H... "A.M."
Soon debauchery, riotous, 7:30Perlis; Today Slew Mickle E..". "A.M."
Dear Editors ing, Intrigue, murder assassin.atlon 7145-N... WI"' Tedey Sh.w tickle I.... to A.M."

DAILY CROSSWORD As to the distribution of the: and sex crimes prevailed S:00 -Caplele Tedey Show Mickle I.... Cq/de
material to churches Sunday. Youth no longer were willing to hii' Kaegaree Tedey Sh.w Mickle I.... Koo.....
defend their country Yes, they 1IO-C.pI.; leday Sh.w Cadeeerllle
ACROSS 4.Week'sremunera 23.13.- It was done solely to reach never had it ao good.
s o 9:45Kagane f.iay Sh.w C.rt.III. K.......
1. Spill while come .. p e : I u. b l> and Inform the complacent In time, the Invader finally .
handlingS tion sullen r v .0 Christian who otherwise' might, came and easily conquered these Oo-\"c. T...., Merle E..rche The Pile
5.Slops ever 23.UJ. II" < '111Hi....
Merganser "I'U" Cadan.llle Sh.w
leave the voting to others It one time great nations, one by Beagle
V. Nuclei of .Twin prttd- F ,n A .rya.tarch o .. 1 + is to be regretted that so many one DON .,10-.."" ., Ram SNieg Y.u" BaN.le lill. Jr. TM lo4i.

10. Rubber T.crystal A Great 24.Grass dent.. t N : a '.\;K I III. I found it objections De we not see parallel herein Jr. 8:45-Rewper: Ram_ S._lyingtee.! Sulfite Bill.:,. D.aglae Skew

Pert to sodIZFrooUnr LakeS U.04 .. r The word used was "crude," America today? It: -CIS Newt Singer Begin Speniik/ Lotion.Spanuk The MileDevglo.
litO. "[II Rev. Fain C. Kyle a Negro 10:If-CIS Newt Je..pk Cotton .
Manlpu. forfodder s (and not of choosing but L*..* ShewI
my YOURINSURANCE 10,30-1 love Leap What.
14 Conjunction latedfor Instead of confirming the mat. minister In California, founder TkliSeng Price 1. Right I Love lamp
and executive of Dedicated In. 10:45-1 love Lucy ? Price I. Right I lore
15 Declare penonej IS. Amort. iris! why look further than Loay
....... '. .. ,
18. Striven end can f ** dependent Society Committee
their nose and think of the II IOB-Aedy .f CeeeenMatiee G.t The .f
Mueienote It Distress Indian sa.cnee. u Against Racial Demonstrations,
source, Humphrey and Johnson.It AGENT I lit II- 104.,1.0" C..ti. Mrseage. M.loorry
tl rracraat pJgnaJIS >T. Bank heap was said by them and pub. Is for Senator Goldwater. As a 1.10-n. Bed J..roI Miulee u.... The UcCey.
woods .Cog wheel employee is A line of Ushed In a newspaper. I won. patriotic American be Is no befuddled 11..1- McCeym J..roIt Mh.ieg" Uh. n. McCey.
22. Series: 15, Long 28 Poem seats l la a and bedazzled by thi
theater der If the paper lost subscribersby
abbr. period of Compaee phony propaganda of what th.John.on AFTERNOON
!3. bland offAlaska time point eM>r, 39 Tope publishing It, Not enough to administration claimshe HE PROMISES:
37 Value 31. Valley of humming- worry them, I doubt 13:00-love *f LIU Soy Who Father Newt, Weether.
Is for the OY.rratJlo
IS Eskimo the moon bird doing Negro. 13:11-love of Life Say WhanTroth Knowt led MktSfch .
25. Fun Slk
water knife $BuiUhment 40.Thin In Winter Haven, there are station KFAX San Francisco Prompt Claim Settlement 11110-5.. fir Tmrw e, Helle Pee fee Tmrw
2&PeNh 39 Depart 33. Performed cushion precious few who haven't used California July 11. Uet.h. 11:4"- Coidmo light. Ce MgwMetNewt. Picker Gwd'.eg light
ST. Pert to far stronger and more objection. stated: "It Is very grievous Personalized Insurance ServiceAt __ ,
t 1&" a i-I" al words and whose children, liOO-CWT.tli Sp.r ta. Matine* Movie love el lifo
characterd.otmd M that have reached the readingage Junior College and baseball team Competitive Prices 1:11"C.H Talk Watts. "..... h love ol lifo
I"' 1:30-World. Ton l.t'e Male. the Dark" World Torn
Part d g haven't read, heard and to our city
SO. to bell yea seen on television (01 no Also I have been wondering To Place Your 'Insurance 'In America'sLeading Ml-World. T_ A Deal Aedrey Totter WorM. Torw

Decked II I nI other place much, much worse. If It would be feasibleto 2Oo-P.,4 DOOM; CHi E..d.. 0'Irle ,awword'ewword
anew start organizing to form CompaniesYOUR 3:11- ....*rdI Doolo .iIt1. N.",,"" *
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t+ gag
S4.City; Ala a baseball team made up ,10-Hem Party The Doctor Oey .. Cort HOMO fartyHo
96 Greek .h If ",8 ; ; te gnat or should and I swallow say donkey the? camel of older m.. In the age group CONSIDERATION WILL IE APPRECIATED! l-4t-Howe Porty The Doctor) Day 1 I. Com .... ,..*,
letter of 40 and 50 Is short
Horse's 3:00-To Ted Troth. Another. World. ....... To Toll Trot
compart* ll u Morally Concerned Cltlren. organize, practise, ect., until III-T. Tell TmM. Another WrM ....,...1 To Tel Tro*
meat such time u we would have 3:30-Idge ol Night' Toe Dm. Soy The YevogMamed. Edge ol N gh.*
n C" tI a ball park to use 1 believethere 3-4S-Edge ol Night' Tee Dent Say of ;
SS. Swift OW 0: Dear Editor: are a goodly number of MCDONALDINSURANCE Edge.. .
41. Hearty 1. U It n0 :: At this time I wish to offer men In this age group that 4:00-Soorel Storm UMTsim. Trail me.tor Secret Storm
42.Fagg' congratulations to yourself,your would be interested In such a 4,li-S.cret Storm Match. 5._ Tnlmda Secret Storm
shaped t //.1 \I" staff and the Nevs. hlef. This ball club. It U my understand.Ing 4,19-Utwlo WWi leaver! Traaada $........
43. rlTor Del..am/ fu. f-. ls for your efforts on the Polk thai various cities of CUT AGENCY .: .- 1.4w irw To leevor-- Treleaita_ S.......
s+ K Junior College and the future such teams I --
.Walk State do have IOO-Y.. Let the Uo,4 So.1I.t Neil HooocI
through Is I, N home of some major) league would appreciate It U any .l.. .S-Y.*. kef no.... flew Seeheep Steel Heed
water \1 baseball team for training parr.'poses. formation eould be passed en m AYE A, S.W. 5:30-lea,* MMl the LJ.d SPOT. VTtWr few. Weotfce.No .
DOWN alt 4& At the same time I de. to me pertaining to this matter.Once _- Te teeter no.... Skew EAtertol Slsirl.L Irbe

1. BrtffI. sire to tender coagratulaUons again coagratalatlflMooe PHONe ttJ-Jlll 1\... ,....... .-....... ./wwidi/ by eke .*|*., IM etorioe*
Cover 's .. to all of toe City Administration and an.Respectfully. end era i..... .. --tee' M 'Olf .... T100 Deity New..Clwf peklliheathen
S.Of great : and private cUltens that had Paid Ceownial: ; Ad. by AUv* .... Ageocy .
e* i.,. toMce ad. It eN regees;W. for .......a .kogwo4P
.ft .-. any part U bringing the Polk Barry X. Steele Jr. Hated t* Thee wWeUo.

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Around The Town DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Tueiday, November 3, 1964 Page S

Joseph Halls Now Making Their Home Here WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CWIgF

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Hall and thrv .month-oW daughter Tamrra

Denise, have returned to again make their home in Winter Haven Mr. Hall

has jut received hu release after a three-year tour of duty with the Army,

two years of which were spent in Anchorage, Alaaka. He wa separated from

the service at Ft Ord, Calif. The Halls are now residing on Avenue D SW.

tie.rli"i Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Geef- The 0rtM of Ralnbew tarGale The. PBX fhIIt of the 1m ; }

ten have returned horn after Assembly No SS. will petal Area will meet at T'30 "
attending the State Farm Insurance meet at 7:30: tonight In tat p.m. Thursday at the home ,

Company convention Maaonie Temple of Mrs Judy l-orkhart 7SS .,. LdYed J by BiUIC CUIS
in Washington D.C. Oleander Drive SK All PBX
Mrs Normcn leek I* visiting operator are invited to attend
with her .brother la Uataa sad join the organisationMfea
ef Bets Ug
Sigma Chapter
: City, tod Holiday Workshop
ma Phi Sorority wit awtt at .
eisVil p.m tonwrrew *t Uw L a Va r.e ......h.,.
home of Mrs Norm*. alum Mete hedge has completed. daughter of Mr and Mrs A
tJa Sea Avenue L. SE. his si> Moatka active duty J. Fischer of Summer Haven Gardenia Garden ClubbersA
vIS"taiISII with ttw National Guard, awl Shores, sod Miss Sharon Roe
has returned hoots from Ft. at Dar*. Ohio, left by plane
U. and Mr, Tom B. Ager- Sill Ohla. where H. has Met Saturday for an extended visit Christmas Workshop kept member of the
tog III
are announcing the
stationed .to Australia, New Zelsnd andswrroiMding
birth of a son Mark Thomas 1aI...... They pUn Gardenia' Garden Club busy yesterday from !9 o'clock

Ital > The Wiesbaden baby arrived Saturday in The Pant rretidenti uf Uw to spend Chrtetmaa on the until early afternoon, designing and making Yuletide
Germany, weighing -
American Legion Auxiliary Isle of Tahiti returning home decorations for their own homos The event was heldin
MRS. MARGARET ROGUE, center discusses the new project of St. Thomas Aquinas' alx pounds and seven January led
will have harvest luncheon
a the boathouse at the home flf l Mr. T V.
Circle of St. Joseph's Guild with the chairman Mrs Joseph Meet' right and Mrs, Daniel ounce The grandparents are meeting tomorrow at lilt Snively
Egan, left, Lath circle In the guild of:>t. Joseph's Catholic Church has selected s projectfor Mr and Mrs, Carmen Van- home of Mrs Bert Owen en Mr. and :\lrl. Murray Gay Sr. on Lake Eloise, with Madame Roy Summerlin, y
I the year, and this circle ha* chosen to help the Sheltered Workshop for physically and Sant and Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Lake Pierce Members' am to are attending the stale horticulture Joe McKlbben, Andrew Ireland and Dill Rutland as
mentally retarded children and the Marlon Lea Training School In Lakeland Mrs Rogue B. Agerton Jr. meet at 11.M a..m. at the how meeting this week In hOIttaIea.
Is a member of the Polk Count Board and State Board tor mentally retarded children, of Mrs. Lewis Clark. lap Ave. Missal They plan to return assisting
and Is assisting the circle members with their project. folk County\ lladauah memo home tin Friday Basic supfHst wore on hand facts and Manning! to "do a
flue A, 51:. to form a motorcade ,
In and member hit with "
bers will hold their annual. quantity a little He also ataiftted
Bowl/ paid up membership luncheonat to the lake brought dried material of at- member throughout
and !
Mr. \tn. Eric:
Temple Emanuel in Lakeland MeMphal mont every sort native to tier- the day with design ..ndmet'h.nlc.
at twelve noon tomorrow, Mini Julia Itrmik wa home have returned to their homo Ida Spraying wa done on the of their arrangements -
A New World Of FlavorIn The speaker will be Mrs. E. from Gainesville for the past after aptwdiitg ton days at Itofurniture balcony and work tables HIM and presented a display

I J. Evans of Durham, N C. two weekend with her parent exposition. IRgbP0.5 the room of holiday bauble *,
former vice president of National *, Mr and Mrs. W C N.C.The James Frailer of International container, and form to work
Hadassah, With her husband Brook Sne was accompanied Interior and Import with
Old World Cherry Buns Mrs. Evans ha* traveled! on one occasion by Mia Sonya Needlework Guild Ingathering gave a brief talk Bled with It was announced that
extensively in America and Meiiter of Branl. Switierlantl will be tomorrow helpful hinta on making ar work I I. progreiiing well OB
Fresh caked Dun can cre Europe and understand well Mil Melster it a radio therapist morning, from nine until rangrm nls from taping picks the handmade holiday tablecloth -
ate a feeling of warmth and the full scope ot the Hadassahla at the University lion twelve noun cording to an and cr'< urine! thr holder to the annual project of the
hospitality for family and Israel as w*U aa this country petal. in CalncaulK; and Mi' nounrvmem t>> Mrs William Mintaim i to an ana tcxiiirp club, whirl I* directed by
guest alike. This versatile I A full membership is Broub is employed In bare n.. 1 fuller The mmlhcrlng will flnuhinoui' mnilrrplci'., for Airs K L Divli, II will
recipe for Old World Cherry Yr urged otoiji: r.. search at Ih. I mvcr be held ,..i the Woman: <:lub a {: txiii rti<-r tins all anct","- be on display la dowatows
Bun. serve all occasion ally laboratory building. al itdin x in T Itlnlll'f. Mutter Hives after ThinksgMng .

breakfast, lunch or dinner Cspt. and Mrs. T. C. MilllaniMn and this year will
plus those extra special event Jr. of Washington D feature s traditional design,

when good friends call, C are announcing the birth of ::1) f I 1:> J r J te$ th I) .. Imw.I. llrkri my be secured
OLD WORLD CHERRY BUNS a son The baby arrived Friday any member at the
1 1 Ib. can tart red cherries wcigmng ten pound and Club.
fillers ounc..s IK I II also beIng ,e Mrs Robert Allen, president
1/3 cup sugar welcomed by a brother and y I ailed fur third and final read
2 tablespoon unbleachedflour sister Tommy and Lori Mrs Ing of change In the constitution .

Williamson Is the former Mbt and bylaws. reportedon
1 tablespoon butter Sue Galloway of this city her attendance at s recent
Few drop red food :5l garden club meeting In Ft
coloring Coding-ton Home Demonnlra- F w Myers and displayed to member

1 package active dry yeast ''I k1 ties Club members attendingthe the engraved silver
V4 cup warm water recent meeting of the Polk f bowl Dally New.Chief community
1 cup milk, scalded : County Extension Homrmak 4 service trophy won by
H cup shortening ers Council In Bartow. were the club the pat year for its
1/3 cup sugar Mesdames frank Goodman r (IIARM ANt r"nMFDhh .. beautiflcatlon project at Winter

1 teaspoon salt LeRoy Hostler Mark Sdiu- Haven Hospital.
man and George Slemer They! A luncheon break was enjoyed '

1 4 to egg 44 cup sifted unbleached heard Lawton Chile, attorney, : 7QI at noon, with sandwiches .
flour peak on "What the Worn in 'l'l:1 g salads and coffee!
r served l by the hostesses
Drain cherries thoroughly M Should Know about the Tamils Approximately -
Combine sugar and flour Add Business," plus a talk by William 40 members took
Casey, Deputy Civil De I part In the Workshop which
cherries and cook until thick.
fence Officer on Self Help was directed by Mr. Paul
Add butter and food coloring.
Medical Course. x"j Myrs Neat meeting of the
Cool and
reserve. dub will be Its annual galsfhrltlmii
Soften feast In warm water Coffee, to be held
Add hot milk to shortening i 1-: -HAPPY OHE&.1OOM LIVING II 11 December
-/L"AIrLD'f.! / : ) t at the home of
and salt, Stir until
sugar 't HOSPITAL Mr. Richard D. Pop Sr
shortening II melted; cool to
lukewarm Stir In Itt cup of Clutter-
the flour Add softened yeast i NEWS I

and egg:, beat well. Stir in re

rosining flour or enough to Brighten your kitchen reputation with these Old MOM\VS ADMISSIONS
make soft dough Cover and World Cherry Buns. Or Serene Comfort
let teat 10 minutes, Knead on Winter Hive .
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lightly floured surface until about 15 minutes or until Jacob Busch Mrs Sam CBrae.
smooth about 5 minutes. done Yield: about 1' dozen .. Albert J Olson Mrs I. In u lplncHvlngllnuM iilfhiitand mi which the night 1
III Place in s greased bowl, cover bum. room ymi ran live In frustrating lamps real' ,IK actually palnies] NEW
Cecil Jr. Ceorne E
Challis Marshall and let rise In s warm Brown Ray Mr Everett StldhamMr clutter 0' larene comfort A two-drawei fills* case cur ...
ctrond lelectlon of easily clean* ira iiorat ipaeo
place until double In bulk,
for ail Rlcnard Fled Mr*. JaM lid, double duly furnishing mike
y "' New Arrivals
about 1 to m hour. Punch
..... Baxter Mrs. Herman Smith, ,
AUTO STAn the rise tun to he la awl I L The for nies table MI, plas-
down; cover and let rest 10 Mr William Eddington, Joe cinch i tll In order. Tke .
'it. > keep om iiphola'.ry os chalis and
LIFE minute Roll dough to light Mr. and Mrs. Chance Tope-
I Touchstone, Mil Luvrrn I ment....should
room apIIl' appeal myl I I floor all Make this ream
& FIRE __ ly lei than .tt-lnch thick. land, Auburndale daughterS
Burd. Miss Lisa K. Monty, on muni of both price awltaste. durable aivi 1 ear toci..o Mirror
Iniurtnc '"'URANUN..d. with a 2VVinch cutter Place 2- 32 a m yesterday, eight Mia Charlotte Jordan. MiuAfenith The record cabinets at al rlittit fives the Illusionof
Inches apart on a lightly pound, one and s half ounce Birrett Baby Kirk right are a serleauf InexpensiveMvea more spare, a* well aa *'to"!.
ruled baking sheet Cover Mr and Mr. Santo R. La. standing al, a itlagooat 1t 11' and UM*. Use
Mlncey, Mr*. John Rlne Mr* mi a << airy
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Phone 294.4256 down center of bum, spoon one and a half ounce Claude II. Cm Mr fit the iK-aag rent TIM kitchen kltrhenetu,
In cherry filling Bike at 375' Mr and Mrs. Vetter 84'11.Dn'npor1. C E Copeland Mr*. John C. I* hidden by a while peg-bo5ed
,. son 2'14 p m, yesterday partition, thai ran be hunt gal
Om Conrad.
Biiley, the celling or supported by twotte
six pounds, eight
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[ l aihntiaMr play of tau laconic iiirtures. YORK (PH) -Ttw 'most
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*. Santo R. LifiuriFrottproof frequent ago of marilege I for
pounds. four sod s half school ,
high patents. u II.
1. Another view of the room THE FALL.
ounce Mr*. Hilton R, Himrk. Is the large *ke rh This are An l low, ,tilt of fhe 1.,1.. who .
and Mrs. Halter
Mr Lake Wales '....menl of 'Iwo ""verllbl.COIIC. receive' "sweetheart chaste" -
else, Waverly, daughter 1:16: Stanley Kuplmwikl .... assure adequate ...... cedar Mbeetsfrim. ihelr
p.m. yesterday, six poundi, Lake Alfred Ice( spare without rro.'ling.\ The men ere 'married within (he IS VERY
fifteen and s half ounce Mailer Robert Arbuthnot.MONDAVI combination heartt".., I and year, a recent survey .h'IW.
Mr and Mrs Jobs C. Balky
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Mri Jimmie Adams and
and. Mr*. Illltoe R.Ilamrlc
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10 3* p.m yesterdays even Mr. Bobby Catlm and Infant sew eel gleam I It very heed te ,must! soW

pound. three ounce daughter. Mri Robert Plckett the .,.,.. models, they Pup .u' Ph... days s,.

and Infant daughter Noah peel .. .rM4", liKludlnq Mem.- Iner| ,.",.

IIIIiPiTHIS Rena Mri Rowland.Sven Matson Infant \, self .leek *t nil the new meWel, but m.k*

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News SourcesCombine European Press Are 5 FSC DelegatesTo Seniors 26 Negroes Soviets Hope To Hold, CandidateRuns Into

For Predicts LBJ Five Convention Florida Southern College Arrested AtAuburndale Communist ConferenceMOSCOW Voting SnagThe

seniors who art citrus majors Polk County Republican
are delegates to the Florida candidate for the Florida State
Vote Results campus (up1)-Th. new Khrushchev saw It as a pre. Senate was turned down today
State Horticultural So. leaders of the Soviet Union In. paratory conference for expelU when h* went to the polls to
Victory TodayLONDON ciety's 77th anniversary convention dlcated today they want to jo Ing Red China from the Com. vote. For awhile, anyway.

Mtt 1 YORK (UPI)- For the Miami, which Beach.open Wednesday at AUBURNDALE A raid by through with the Dec. IS world munlst bloc. If It Is still heldIt The registration books at
fits) lime in history the vote in Communist summit conference may turn Into a friendship
The convention will Polk County Sheriffs deputies Precinct No. TO, Carver in Au
a United States serve as which
national electionwill fflldte Khrushchev had rally instead
her yesterday afternoon burndale showed that Martin
be compiled tonight In a co. (UPI-Most of the correspondents to cover the tile college's citrus field trip In 35 resulted scheduled before he wu de. Reaffirmation of the summit ,
who Is running against
operate effort by the major European press predicted a vie. campaign. Television and radio this year, according to William Negroes being arrested posed. Idea was contained in a Joint Vernon,
for vagrancy and another Ben Hill Griffin Jr., has already
tory for President Johnson R. Lyle, citrus department
news agency and television net. stations planned special broad. communique by the Soviet and
w and a gambling count Heavy Turnout But It was 7 a.m. Nobody had
The service was designed for Barry M. Goldwater in the U.S. turns. the students. The Austrians were winding up
elections today. But the Chinese The student delegates are Hen. Criminal Investigator Ed voted.
speedier and "Johnson seems almost
more efficient de. cer. DeReus (Continued From Page ODe) a visit.
said today The election workers at the
livery of the results from the Communists said it makes no lain to win," said the Dally Ex. ry Schmidt of Lakeland, Don for Johnson. It said, "Th representativesof
50 states and the District of Co. difference who wins. press in London."Goldwater's Vaughan of Winter Haven, Larry The raid look place at a The closeness of the both parties emphasized/ their polling place considered the
lumbla. European Interest In the out. only hope Is the McCranle of Wlndermere, Virgil building on Hobb's Lane about prompted the Republicans race to desire to stave for cohesion possibility that h* had voted by
come of the voting was running 'silent Crimes of Dade City, and Robert 1 p.m. yesterday. DeReus absentee ballot. A call was
The nation will get the re. voter', commented Die said announce they would have 10 within the ranks of the Inlerna.
turns In the races for the presl.denrj high Many newspapers sent Welt In Hamburg. Klmbrough of Brooksvllle. the the men were from throughout 000 "poll watchers" out to cut,- tional Communist movement, to made to the office supervisor In Bartow.of registration

the Senate, the governor "Americans will vote mas. ----- county. what they called attempts to continue preparations for con. There was no record of an absentee -

ships, and the Congress through lively not for Johnson but to Mild WeatherContinued One of the Negroes Lewis "steal" the election. venlng of a new International vote for Vernon. H* confirmed
figures supplied by an organlza. Johnson VotesDemocratic stop Goldwater from entering Rowe, 39, of Lakeland was This, In turn, moved Demo conference and a sessionof the fact.
tlon called Network Election the Whit House," said France. ( From Page One) charged with possession of cratic officials Including- the drafting (preparatory) It was decided that the registration .

Service (NES). UPI will tabu. Solr of Paris 7:30 a.m. EST in Independence liquor for resale, operating retary of State Tom Adams and committee." book must have been
late on Us own contests below "Most observers predict a Mo. maintaining an establishment Gov. Farris Bryant to warn The communique was issued marked In error and Vernonwas

Congress.The comfortable victory for PresU The final Louis Harris organ without a license, selling alcholie registration officials to be sure Monday night and published to. permitted to cast his ballot.
national service is a joint dent Johnson, but only a few Izatlon poll copyright by the beverages without a license and keep up a steady How of day In the Soviet press He complimented the election
undertaking of United Press International people speak of a landslide," and operating a gambling voters and halt
Indicated any
Washington Post Co., unnecessary It was the first specific ret. officials for their courtesy and
t h. Associated said Die Presse In Vienna 62 per cent of the voters favor. house. Ball bond on Bow was challenges to voter eligibility rence to the Dec. 15 meeting consideration and the speed
Press, the National Broadcast All The WayJOHNSON "Ther has never been any Ing Johnson and 33 per cent set at $1,625.Bond "Every man will be protected since party First Secretary with which they unraveled the
tog Company, the Columbia doubt about the outcome," com. In his right to vote and
mended supporting Goldwater with 8 on the others was S25. every Leonid Brezhnev and Premier mixup.
Broadcasting System and the the Vienna Arbeiter. per cent undecided. > harrassment should be met with Alexet Kosygln took over from
American Broadcasting Com. CITY, Tex. (UPI) Zeltung "All observers agree In today's balloting the vol. increased determination" said Khrushchev Oct. 14,
pany. President Johnson voted Goldwater conducted the cam. Bryant Monday in a last minute
ers also were choosing 33 V. S.
NES Is a collection agency "Democratic the way" today palgn with a remarkable lack senators all 433 members of Arch Masons appeal for the rights of "all The deposed Khrushchev Is Woman HurtIn
set up to Insure the fast and si.multaneous at a polling place in this of skill." the House 25 and voters" reported ailing and resting a
governors dacha house at Nikeslira
delivery of the fig. Texas village only a stone's "All forecasts seem to favor The Democrats said they (country )
other state and local M
throw from the house where he Johnson reported the Madrid many Gila, 24 miles from MOle
urea, preclnct-by-preclnct from cials. The fate of some of the would put out poll watchers to
Maine to Hawaii as they be. spent his boyhood.The Pueblo. It commented that fora candidates hung on the outcomeof Meet watch the Republican poll cow Car CrashA
come available, to all five coo Chief Executive who ex. year Johnson has carried out the presidential contest, but ThursdayWinter watchers A visiting Danish Communistsaid
operating news disseminatorsand pressed hope Monday night fora his job "discreetly with pru. there was little doubt that the While the presidential and he was told Khrushchevhad
thence to their newspaperand "massive defeat" of Sen. Bar. dence and firmness" Democrats would retain controlof Haven Chapter 41. gubernatorial races were top. sclerosis. There, was no young Winter Haven woman
broadcast subscribers and ry M, Goldwater did his bit to. In Russia, the Communist Congress RAM will hold its regular most In the minds of most confirmation Informed sourcesIn Gusts Livingston, was hospltallted -
affiliates.The ward that end by placing his press has broken with tradition Johnson Goldwater and their monthly family night covered voters, the ballots In many Moscow said Khrushchev, 70, with minor Injuries
ballot In a 12 by 18 inch sheet in the past weeks by reporting had developed hardening of the
cooperating five thus will running mates, Sen. Hubert H. dish dinner Thursday counties were loaded with state early this morning after her
have the same figures] at the metal box at 8:13: a.m. CST U.S. editorial comment, election Humphrey and Rep. William E. 6 30 o'clock the nightat and local races. These Included arteries, and perhaps some car careened out of control off
same time to pass on to read (9:13: EST). coverage plans and poll results. Miller, respectively returnedto : at MasonicTemple 11 state constitutional amendments liver and heart ailments, Interstate 4 just north of Plant
watchers and listeners Th President's Soviet organs strongly favor tr.3. --------
ers, wife, Lady their home territory Monday a race for senator City.Taken
along with their own Interprets Bird, was with Johnson when Johnson night to join neighbors voting Entertainment will be furnished and six contested races for Con to the Plant City Hospital -

dons, analyses, chart., and ..x.planaUon. he arrived six minutes earlier But the Chinese Communists booths today and then to await for the ladies gress. Squad she was released this
.. NES, however will at the headquarters of the Fed. apparently felt It makes no dlf. the decision. Rolls and coffee will be Despite the outcome of Tues Firing morning after receiving emergency -

supply only the ear figures; males Electric Co-Operatlve, ference who wins. All campaigned Into the final furnished. Every one Is asked day's election, It was obvious treatment and being held
telling what they mean and de. 'voting place for the 4th Pre. Commenting on the election day and appeared on pre-re. to bring their favorite covered that Florida Is no longer a one- for observation.
tiding races will be undertaken 'ctnct of Blanco County. campaign In a broadcast reach corded television programs dish. party state.President. In CubaMIAMI The Livingston automobile,

Individually by each of the five. Johnson wearing a blue bUill.n. ing Tokyo, the official Red Chi. Monday night to make their final Johnson and his run. Busy headed east on the highway was
Tabulation centers were setup ; ... suit, smiled from the min n... news agency called It a appeals; for votes. fling mate, Sen. Hubert Hum. demolished. She reportedly had
In each state and the Dls. i ute he walked In the room to "farce." The agency said the Johnson the old New Dealer Car Wash Set phrey of Minnesota and Cold- (UPI) Cuban exile owned the late car for only a
trlct of Columbia. The press as. i isedations the moment h* left explosion of the Chinese Com.munlst and now the apostle of "the water and his vice presidential leader Dr. Luis Conte Aguero month.

have 12 states each, It took him a mtnute-and-a. nuclear device threw Great Society" said a small By Westwood choice, congressman William reported Monday that a Cuban
both Johnson and Goldwater
the broadcast networks nine Miller of New York, stumped
half minority had seized the Repub. Communist firing squad had
to scratch
out the "
each. A national tabulation center ates of Into "panic. llcan party and that only a Music Club Florida thoroughly drumming executed a Cuban underground Polling Places
set In New York every party except the -------- for the state's 14 electoral
was up a Democrats the "massive defeat" could drive It votes. figure held in prison for two
hotel on paper ballot.H. from Burns and Holley both campaigned years. (Continued From Page One)
The cooperative or "pool" drew big X's down the power. Westwood Junior i High with the fervor usually
He said the Goldwater Polk has four contests-
10,000 To See pro. School will hold wash Conte, leader of the Sentinels County
columns a car
figures will be gathered pre. using a lead pencil gram would "shatter the tested reserved for the Democratic of Republicans challenging Demo
said he
from Liberty organization
Saturday 9 ,
elnct-by.preclnrt from most of 'down the Republicans, Constl. foundation of our economy" and a m. to 3 p m. primaries when the gubernato crats.
received word that Rolando
the nation's 175,000 plus pre. 'tutu and Independent partiesas lead to domestic disaster while at the North Gate Shopping Nocla, 22, was executed sometime The state senatorial contestIs
clncts by more than 130,000 re. : well M a wrlte.tn column. Center
Orchid Show Imperiling world peace. during the latter part of between Ben Hill Griffin Jr.
porters. The remaining terrl. That wu the system for vol. Goldwater made a more Informal The car wash Is sponsored cratic opponents for the nomination October. and Marvin O. Vernon. Two
tory will b* covered by about lug here, and Mrs. Johnson did television appearancewith by the Music Parents Club and spent more than $I house seats are contested-

3,000 county reporters. More the same except that she The Ridge Orchid Society expects his family at his Phoenix and tickets are being sold for million In the overall campaign. Noda was condemned by a Lawton Chiles Jr., seeking reelection

than 10,000 persons will man ,drew lines across the names of 10,000 people at Its second Arm,, home. But he, too, con $1 by music students Holley charged In dramatic Cuban "People's Tribunal" for and opposed by JamesR
tabulation centers. ,each candidate in every column annual orchid show Nov. 21 and eluded with some quiet cam. moves during the final weeksof an attack on a Castro military West and Wallace 1.. Storeyand
The precinct reporters Include other than that of the Demo. 22 In Tangerine Hall of the patgn oratory, saying that the Tickets alsq may be purchased the campaign that Burns had post two years ago, Conte said. Paul D. Wells battling for
school teachers members of at the car wash Satur $1.2 million In cash stashed In --------
cratlc party. Florida Citrus Exposition, W.C. Constitution and the free enter. the other one.
state teachers' associations Charles general chairman said day. a Nassau bank and also that
The prise system were being whit. B&PW Sheriff Monroe Brannen has
President and First Planning
professional and business Lady the Internal Revenue Servicewas
men today. tied away through constant at. Roy G. Riley as opponent and
wore a bright red dress for .
of the Junior Chambers of Com. The show, which will have the tack. Investigating the Jacksonville Mrs Blanche Work
the occasion, eat tide side C Of C Benefit supervisorof
mercer! members of the Leagueof at the end of an 16 foot by for.mlca.top theme "Living with Orchids," Acknowledging that he had City, mayor for alleged nonpayment Party registration, is opposed by
Women Voters, the National will be twice as large as the on* been called "trigger-happy," he of Income taxes James R. Mclver.
Association for the Advance metal table. held last year when 5,000 visitors assured his national audience (Continued From Page One) Burns emphatically denied The Business and Professional There are 43 candidates

ment of Colored People the Voting officials headed by were attracted. that he never wanted to see another bably too much was being spent both charges and the two candidates Women's Club will holda ed on the ballot who are unopposed
Catholic Youth Organization, presiding election judge Marvin Arrangements for the show war and believed war on purely attracting the tourist ended up calling each Tupperware Party at the home Including state judgesand
Boy Scouts of Amerlcs Clvl. McNalt: a 75.year.old ranch art being made by the Ridge could be avoided by a strong Commissioner Joe Higgins other "liar.. of Mrs. Vivian Wright 961 cabinet officers but mostly -
ians a civic organization: and ''worker sat In chairs along both Orchid Society and It Is sponsored America. wanted to know why the City paid The two men campaigned Oleander Drive Thursday night those seeking Polk County
many other groups sides ot the same table by the American National Johnson completed his cam. for the brochures for attracting Monday Holley by private at ( o'clock. offices

In UPI about 1,900 staff re. There was nothing secret Bank of Winter Haven. palgn travel Monday by flying the Junior College to Winter Haven plane across the big populationareas The benefit party is given The county referendum Is on
porters, writers editors, leis about the Johnson ballot or that The show Is recognized as the from Washington to his home and why the City maps were all around the state and to raise funds for the organizations the appointment of the county
printer operators and tech. of his wife Several dozen cam. most outstanding In the southeastern state of Texas for speeches in charged to this fund? Burns In a Jacksonville motorcade sponsored by the Club. budget commission.

niclans will aid in processingand eramen photographed the scene sates the Houston area, Including one John Dlllln, hired to administer and news conference-and
distributing return. Anoth. while the President and his There will be no admission at Sam Houston High School the promotions fund with both said they would spend the
er 2,500 special part-time UPI wife recorded their votes in full charge and there are no entry where he once taught and at the aid of a committee from the day In their hometowns Tuesday
reporters will gather votes on view fee for exhibitors Harry Bur. Austin. He drew an estimated Chamber, salt that every city he waiting on results
state contests not covered by nett, 1643 17th St., KW, I. the 75,000 persons in Houston and knew of buys and distributestheir Neither Burns nor Holley BUYING A USED CAR?
the pool. chairman, seemed concerned over a grassroots
entry in
30,000 Austin maps and that It was being
The pool will not use com. Auburndale To All plants will b* consideredfor Goldwater new from Phoenixto done by the Chamber as a service move In Dade County to
puters. The raw returns will be American Orchid Society San Francisco, where the to the community write-In Miami Mayor Robert NOW YOU GET A
dlstrlduted to poor members at (Continued From .'.lIe One) awards First second and third biggest street crowd of his Past President Marlow Baxter King High for rover nor. Halley ,

headquarters in each state for tlon of a new asphalt and slag ribbons will be given. The Ridge campaign an estimated 100,. pointed out that Winter Haven said "those that do that wouldn't
use on the local level. At the roof with a 20-year bond and Orchid Society will give sliver 000 to 200,000 watched his needs more, not less, road have voted for me anyway."
same time, returns for Presl. construction of parapet falls trophy for the best eattleya type motorcade in the business dis signs and they must be the finest. At for the rest of the ballot,
dent, senators, and governorswill with a 20-year bond. seedling bloom. The AOS will tract He also spoke at the Civic That It Is the duty of the Chamber all of Florida's Democratic Cabinet
be transmitted to the New A request to ask the ccunly award a bronze trophy for the Auditorium, delivering the to make every dollar count officials got b>' without
York center on private, full clr. for use of voting machine) for most meritorious exhibit comprising speech with which he openedhis that Is routed through this committee opposition as did Supreme Court %
cult open telephone line. from the Dec. I, city elections was 2S or more square 'eet. campaign two months ago and that all of the work and district court Judges. All 15
each state approved It was also agreed The American National Bank will to show that he viewed the Is. dun Is for the benefit of Win. will take office automatically
A running total on the presl.dentlal by the commissioners thai' all give special awards to amateurand sues as unchanged. ter Haven and Its people for hew terms In January.
returns and the state voters In the city election regardless commercial members and tocommercial Before returning to Phoenix "I'm opposed to spending all Forty five state legislativeseats

wide returns for senators and of precinct nun her, non-members win. Goldwater made a sentimentalstop of the money placed in the promotions are being sought by the
governor will bs transmitted will vote In the municipal b main Ing the most points at Fredonla, Aria, whichhe fund for purely promo COP but for the most part the
within the pool on a large bat. -. The society has members In regards as a lucky town for tions. 1 feel that some of the Grand Old Party has concentrated -
tery of one.hundrdworloVa. County registration looks all Polk County communities and him because he ended both of money should. be used In Indus on the races for governor DISCOUNTon
minute circuits will be used for the election, In Orlando, Brandon and Llmona. his successful senatorial cam. trial development," said Com. senator and Congress
The tabulating center will not which will have three seals' up All exhibits must be entered pal ins there.Humphrey. missioner Hill.Chamber U.s. Sen. Spessard L, Hollandwas

decide any races, allocate elec. for commission grab. with the chairman Burnett before spoke Monday al Vice.president Albert a heavy favorite to beat
toral votes, or make any pro. The commissioners also approved 8 a.m. the opening day. Los Angeles and Salt Lake City Griffin said It appeared to Republican Claude Kirk, a Jack. All Parts

Jectlons. a letter to the Winter Judging will start at 9 a.m. The before heading for Minneapolis. him that the money and the allocations sonvllle businessman.The .
UPI will use computers to Haven City Commission congratulating show will be open to the public Miller spoke at his horn town art merely a matter of most heated congresslo All
process the national returns de.llverlng the city on becoming from 1 to 8 p.m. on both days. of Lockport, N.Y. definition and that If "we attract nal race was between Republl Labor
snap tallies and 51-sUte the permanent site of Polk Junior James W Kestrson Is president Outside the South, Johnson the tourist or visitor we can Incumbent Ed Gurney of

charts on a split-second basis College of the Ridge society. was expected to run ahead of will also at'ract the Industrialistas Winter Park and Democrat for One
of Cocoa Beach
the Democratic ticket In most well as the permanent resi Thomas Kenny
of the country and Goldwater dent" for the 11th district seat surrounding

behind the Republican ticket James Owens, headof the Pro Cape Kennedy. Republican Full Year.
iRrw The election results will IrvU. motions Committee, gave a de. Rep. William C.Cramer
cats whether Goldwater helpedor tailed discussion of how each St. Petersburg also was expected

hurt other GOP candidates. dollar was spent during the year Democrat to get Marlon a stiff Harrelson.Other fight from. THIS IS THE
One who refused to endorse and this was backed up by DU-
the presidential nominee was Its In Ms discussion opposed congressmen,
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating R. Mayor Hughes Steel said that all Democrats, were Charles E.Benn.tt Guaranteed Warranty Plan
of Jacksonville, PaulROI.rl
N.YM who sought reelection "we may be trying to draw an
Palm Beach
against former Atty. Gen Robe entirely too fine a line as to of West

art F. Kennedy In the nation's how and where the money allocated Claude Dante Fascell Pepper of Miami of Miami and Cert no extra cost to you )

most publicized senatorial contest should be spent. If needed .
The six unchallenged con.gressmen
for Industrial development It
all Democratic -
KJ In other major Senate con. should be spent there or If need- -Gibbons of Tampa Icy A OW U..4 Cmr frm
tests, Rep. Robert Taft Jr., ed in promotions It should be were Sam
was trying to unseat Democrat. spent there... Don Fuqua of Altha Bob Stkesof Pew New C.r D. l.r Who UaYIIA slgu111y

Ic Sen. Stephen M. Young D. Owens said that sine tII.COftUfttttH' Crestvlew, A. Sydney Herlon Wand
w of Leesburg James A. Haley of CMf tars The ,,,,w.,,,
Ohio former actor George Mur. programs have to
a phy was worrying Sen. Pierre be budgeted for several months Sarasota and D. R. Matthewsof

Salinger D-Callf., and Sen. even a year In advance it wouldbe Gainesville. Ask for she flit OW C.rf Hltatt.Erctuitf .

Hugh Scott, R-Pa.. was running almost Impossible to not know I

..! 11/ scared against Democrat Gene. how much: and how It Is to be

re vleve Blatt. spent. / with the following
Gubernatorial contests draw. Commissioner Dick Dantzler
Ing national attention were In said that It appeared to Mm that New Car Dealer

Michigan, where RepublicanGO' the City should take $5.000 out
George Romney Is) seeking of the promotions fend and that CHEVROLET CENTER
reelection against Rep NeU the Chamber should equal this GILMORE PONTIAC

Staebler and In Illinois, when amount and that it all be spent GIL HALL IUICK CO. INC.
Democratic Gov. Otto Kerner for Industrial development.In .
was challenged by Republican summary -VI Davis, executive : FfNCKNET OLDSMOBILE

Thunderbird Winner. Charles II. Percy. vice pr *ldot of the Chamber FLOYD tOIIXTS MOTORSTHOMASWATEtS
Lucky Little chang ws expected tn said "It appears all are FORD
the present party' Uneup of sere working for the sam interests, Ooh ".... Lee.N ....eN
Jay Black. kest ea EtkerTe Theatre 18 TV skew, It skews -MeeeaUec the ken te Ik* store and governors The Demo Urns of Winter Haven t>> continuing .rasa awe MH Ae.e."rM awe asN.M. M-

1'** T "' rblH" t* l-wky wu .er M.... Isiock Jewel while Bcltjre Black leeks ... ocrats now bold a 66 to 34 mar. to work tn this manner e.ee N. Nnew WAltANTT
gin la the Senate and 2< of the and poMfcly shining some of .:... M a.ewNN IN-
Mrs. Jewel .J MM [Iciness Clesnrater, was wiener! *f tie sew TawaAerMrtl. !. the 33 seats at stake today. They the finer points of this whole m alter es+ w w.a.locos DOts(%) IT fLA. AuroMoiat OIAUKS ASSOCIATION.P .
eeateit .....*,*. .r Ecker4 Drags ef FUrM. 'IDI""Lo. UJ W
tteemt have a 34 to 18 margin among CIA be accomplished withotrt ea.W? Wneew .....-
the governors trouble

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Lake Wales Tomorrow '"

WH At Baby Devils Gaton Conteflden SeminotaRemun Bowl ) h 11 v' r. Y, Irish Back On Top I

and Florida UM Sport Writer UPI Grid Poll
Seek Sixth Win State are still In the run

i nine lor the Mtfc annual YORK UPI) Notre Dame Ohio Stat today
NEW ( replaced NEW YOUR (UPI)) The
I, Oator Bowl football game as the No 1 college football team In the Untied' Press Interns United Press International ma.
BBOB HAVILAND lilt selection oummittet tionil roach ratings for the flit time( in t wade( jor college football ratings with
News-Chief Sports Editor announced Tuesday The !Fighting U nh ranked second a week ago[ began the season first-place vote and woiwlost
Otter top teams undeiooMMeratton in seventh place and advanced at least one poaltlon Nell week to records In parentheses:

Inetade four attain top rating for the first time .Ine.lept. M, ItM. Team points
Winter Haven's Baby Blue Devils
yearltngs only ta tormlnoU unbeaten and untied powers
1. Notre Dime ((11)) (9-1) U9
ogy. move into Lake Wales tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock Alabama 1-0, CeorKia The 35 coaches on the
brief absence. LMJ, pieced ninth
1. Ohio St. ((9)) ( .0)) 304
with a perfect record exposed as well as the prestige of Western r.eI0., Nebraska TI rating board awarded 21in and Florida tied Puri, the
3. Alabama ((3)) ((7.0)) 276
Conference football. The locals have won five, lost none, and clobbered 0, and Arkansas '-0. _! place votes to Notre Dame, only newcomer to the 10 best.. <. Arkansas ((1)) (7.0) 204
every team they have faced this year. Rounding out the top nint to second.place OMo Stat., For the 10th slot 8, Nebraska ((7-0) 200

But Lake Wales poses to be Just a* effective as the offense. prospect are Louisiana Hire to Nard-renked Alabama Oregon State "Jumped from 6. Georgia Tech (1)) ((7-0) 173
an equally strong opponent.They Winter Haven has posted four State 11-0-1, Texas 6 1 amt one each to Arkansas, No. 14* to 12th after' emending Its 7. Texas (1.1)) US
had Urn shutouts Duke 4-1-1 and Syracuse 4. and Georgia TNo.. 5. victory string to six while Mats
have an easy gaining a In five games. The only 1. Michigan (5.1) 80
54) mark.Winter Haven JVeoach team to score was Hardee, but 5-2 1n".w. Notre Dame held a slim 3t9 to rival Oregon, tMRMed from 10ft 9. Louisiana St. (100.1) 88
Gorman Ayers Is certainly not they didn't even com close to Gator Bowl represents 304 lead over Ohio Stat In total to 13th after Wing Its first 10. He( ) Florida (8.1)) 45

underestimating the Highland victory. They lost 304. Other Uves will be at the GeorgiaTechTennesse points fame to jtantord.Syracuse (tie) Purdue (>l) 45
record wins and eOr The competition for ftrat returned to the rat.
ers. "Their speaks very have been Brandon 42.0, Second nine 12. Oregon
highly of them and we expect a Lakeland, 34-0, Auburndale 27-0, la-Florida games' this place U greater this year than hi togs In 14Ui\, Duke dropped State 34; 13, Oregon 14, Sy.
real ball game"Ayers said yes and Manatee 430In weekend. Olin)' seasons. The top sU three places to lick and Florl Taco... 10; 15, Dub 81; 18, (lie)
terday. one fame this year the Dev ;,***kH" .v .*, vVarsity,: teams In the ratings are tan da State and Michigan Stale Florida Stale and Michigan

Probably the most Important ils held their opponents to .60 beaten and untied, and the top finished in a deal, heat for 18th. (State I, 1 18, (lie) Princeton VII.
thing derived from tomor- years rushing. In another It was five each received 800 point Princeton and Vlllanova, both lanova and Georgia I.

tow's contest will be Indirect. 13. BeginsCountdown or bet'er. with perfect reoords, wore -------_
Nebraska, which has been locked In a three-way ti. with
That, the supremacy of Western Ayer and assistant JV coach
Conference football,or lack of It. Jim Whitney will go with the swapping fourth place with Arkansas Georgia for nth plans! .
over the Southwest Florida Conference same offensive lineup they have for the past three ------ Furnari NamedTo
weeks to fifth
dropped place
version of the sport. started throughout the season.It .
Lake Wales is In the SWFC. In include Larry Swearengln at and Texas, which bean t h e Football Deaths

fact, the Highlander varsity Is tight end. Mike Sloan or Judd The Winter Haven Blue Devil season In first place, slipped

ranked ninth In a statewide grid Sealy at split end McMillan and varsity football team begin the from remained sixth eighthLouisiana to seventh, Michigan Climb To 22 Rec. Dept.

iron poll. Two tears ago WH Paul Irby at tackles, Wayne Final countdown for their yearl Stat and Florida

sophomores, now seniors,sailed O'Gwynn and Jerry Lockhart at gridiron shot at Tampa Robin. r 4 the 10 after LOS ANGELES (UP!) -
top a
put the Highlanders Jayvees. guards, and Robert Hart at center son The game will be played at ? war ?? ._ Deaths from football Injuriesfor -,

Last year's sophomores, now Substituting freely in the Memorial Stadium Friday night DANIEL BOONE .Roy Moore, left treasurer of the Winter the first half of the 1M4

Juniors, shutout Lake Wales backfield, Tommy Woolery and starting at 8 o'clock. Haven Skeet Club, and Hamp Rogers. right, Chief of Detectiveshere 'Brave' Officials season are more than double
20.0. This year's varsity team Is Richard King will alternate at Idle last week, head coach are wondering who will ride and who will push They will the number report/ at the
ranked 19th In the state,but man)' quarterback, Doug Rollins and Calvin Triplet planned three time last Dr. FloydR.
not know until the results are in for: the annual Hunter's Special Rap Milwaukee same year
fans feel this Is Incorrect at Tony VanZant at running back
grueling practice session this Eastwood announced today
.Turkey Shoot to be held at the Wli Skeet Club Saturday and Sunday. .
least in relation to the Lake Gary Jem Walker, Ricky Lewis, and week tampering off Thursda The shoot Is sponsored Jointly by the WH Police Benevolent CHICAGO (UPI) The Mil.wauke for commute on Injuries and
Wales ranking. Thus, the Im Lister at fullback, and Physically, the DevUmen will be Association and the skeet club for its building fund. Crave contend that fatalities of the American
Rand '
plication of tomorrow's JV test ) Robnet1 at flankerback. In much better shape than last Milwaukee County broke the Football Coaches Association
for two years hence J.rrSapp Is slated for defensive year's contest when three regulars ball club' lease on County Sta. Dr. Eastwood'' mldseason re.

Although the Bab Devils have dutjTomo were sidelined and two drum, clearing the way for the port listed M death directly at.
yet to score less than four touch' 'row' game I I. the sea- other were limping even before Lorick Credited With team to move to Atlanta Ga., trlbuted to football activity a*of
downs In a game, the defense is con finale for both clubs the game got underway for the Ion season Oct. 28, a* compared with 10 fa.talltle .

Th onl) question mark In the The Braves mad the charge at the sam time last
lineup Is 180 pound senior full. In an answer filed In federal year, r
back Eddie TutUe. A muscle court In Milwaukee Monday toa There were also 14 other

pull kept him out of the Hills- Baltimore Colt SurgeNEW suit for an Injunction filed by death Indirectly associatedwith
borough game. H* worked out the county to prevent transferof the sport this year,h*said.
with the team yesterday. the franchise The county Thy were the result of suck
Defensive specialist Jim Mc. contends that the leas re. cause as heart trouble heat ex.
ashes a senior broke a finger YORK (UPI) Who'l Lorick and bear It In mind bas quires the Braves to play all hsustlon, asthma or congenital
In the HlllsborouKh tilt but Is behind the sudden resurgence cause you're bound to hear It home games In Milwaukee dur aneurism.

expected back by Friday night of the Baltimore Colts? a lot In the next few year Ing the MS season Dr. Eastwood, who ha served ".- -
Robinson's Knights also up to On the surface the logical Lorick I ilx.foot.on, 21% The Brave charged Mllwau. tt chairman of the Injury and

par physically, go into the fame answer seems to be Johnny pounder from Arlaona State, I II It.. County broke the lease by fatality commute since Its In. Rick Furnari, a gradual of:
with a seventh place ,oiklng In Unltas, who once again ranks one of those unusual type run. falling to protect t h e team eeptlon, commented that the Winter Haven Hip, has Joined
the Miami Herald prepgrld poll. as the No. 1 quarterback: In the sirs who ran go up the middle against ticket speculator on harp upward turn In football the Winter Haven Recreation Department

But the) are not the untouched National Football League In heavy traffic or skirt the stadium grounds, by falling to fatalities might have been r... a* Men and Boy's Athletic .
gladiators with the untainted record Unltas Is a food part of the outside "msk up" to the Braves for seated by more complete phyl!. Supervisor
jf last I'.r. Robinson lost answer but he' not the entire H* was the Colts' leading fallur of season ticket sales cat examination; and lonpr pr.. Furnari 18, will enable the

12."- toliillsboroughatamWin. one. ground gainer In yetrday' and radio and TV Income, and season training periods. recreation department toexpana
ter Haven tied 14.14, Everyone knew he was one 17.7 victory over San Francisco by making public statement The heaviest toll of faUlltUs the year-round athletic program
r Ke t( Robinson's offense Is of the finest passers around with 80 yards In It attempt Implying that the Brave' man. was among high school player for boy*. Bob Hill, recreation
prett well known In high school even though the Colts were and hat averaged 9.1 yard In agement was deliberately try with 18 death, Two college director, said this I* an area
football circles b>'now.It Is half beaten six times last year and 51 trill so far this year Ing to have the tam not win player died from football In. that has needed Improvement
4 back Lam, Smith running and most everyone also knew that Lorick hits and spins a lot fames, Juries, One fatality was In sand. A graduate of Winter Haven
quarterback Bucky e f f c o a t the watchword around the and has the knack of wrench Th* club said that In an .(. tot competition and one among High last year, Furnan played
sometimes passing usually to league was stop Units and you Ing away Just when It seem a fort to offset tile "disparage mUpro players football and war on the track

Smith The Knights asohsveone stop the Colt. rival tackier I* about to bring m ent.. by county officials, It team. A parMlm employee, he
of the top defense In the con.ference The team had to depend on bins dowa.Lorlrk sold U_,000 ticket at reduced will work In the afternoon and
fchutout three his throwing arm almost com. haC little finesse but, tORD FACES OPERATIONNEW full time
having : Tales, I'' some evenings H* Is a
foe in gaining a 4.1 record. pletely because It had no real he hag don so well that be ha* It added that while It believe YORK (UPI) New student at Polk junior Collegeand
The winner still has a chance running attack to speak of taken much of the heat off Uni. the lease war broken by t h York Yankee southpaw ac e, plans to attend the Unlver,
for a share or all of the loop since Alan (The Horse) Am.. tal and thereby contributed to county If the court held other Whltey Ford, 17-fsm winner (Ity of Florida and major in rec

,' --- --.. --- --. till. chi retired In 1(60. keeping rival defense honest.At wise, the club would be able to In the American League In 1M4 reation.FONTEYNC.
Now, for the first time lo and a on*,tame loser in the
-------- the moment the Colts are pay till 17S,000 which Milwaukee
GARY WALKER shown charging over a defender for one four year, Baltimore has come the strongest dub In the NFL, County estimated It would World Series, will travel to REJOINS TEAM

1 of his nine touchdown scored in four games, will start at fullbackIn howl I i up with some muscle In its Their 7.1 record makes them a receive la rental In 1983, Houston T**., to have his alU NEW YORK VPIKVal FOlIo
tomorrow afternoon's Babx Blue Devil game at Lake Wales. II fIt ground gain to take a great good bet to be the western dl. "A professional team cannot lag left arm operated on. '. veteran left winger'

Both teams have Identical c i-O record,, Kickoff I* 512p.m.'Bama's deal of pressure of that muscle off Unltas.Some 1*. the vision representative" in the and should not be required to The operation will take place with :Baltimore Uppers: in

championship contest play in the fate of public antU next the American Hockey League,
irAotK: at St. Luke' Hospital
tiritMN: CITY return
w LWlnl. result of tinny Moon's If they make It, Units could pathy and hostility," the an and will be performed will rejoin. the Mew York Rang
.-, "n.on Mnoe* IS t to form, but most of it 1* due well be named the Player of seers said "A court of equity Monday f'ool. of lloua era u they face oft against therhlcago
Or. Denton
Steve Sloan Horde Product 22 10 to a lJ.jear.old rookie who has the Year And Lorick might be will not enforce: professional by ) Black Hawk la a Na.
91 II ton and Or Martin Ichulman:
Rid Dnmbrri taken the starting fullback:
Hank at Uke Alfred It H over right up there with him s* the servitude under such con. of Great Neck, N.Y llonal Hockey League contest
Jack Mar Off** iupp ''I Job from Jerry Hill. Rookie of the Year. dltloni," tonight
Yrllow" Jackets 17 ItCrrtirM The rookie' name I* Tony .
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Metal H I
Bud. Wrwkr get U 1* .
Southeast AgainBy lmi...rl l Moellns <* <* e .
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rmtnil ri O.. IS if ._
DAVID M. MOFF1T Eiell: was having trouble go. WMd.rd Oil 111 IT .
Into the closing minutes and Rainbow OM TIn H t* .
UPI Sports Writer ,
Wolf MnMW H_" ") I
ATLANTA (UPI) Destiny the huge crowd of 81,000 at IrnictlMi ....I.- II _
continue to light the way forth Baton Rouge was beginning to IOw I.am _Ir. lid. Boo

football career of Steve get on him. But the Jeers "ID Illrti 4 7 traM rmr lid hemp
Sloan. changed: to cheers following a saw std.Hine ,
Sloan I* a Junior at the Unl.versify Mississippi fumble when Esell Miv4du" B>rl*. It Mo

of Alabama. His *ol* In passed and ran the Bengal, to roll STHI.'ne.vl.u.l.em./' .. >:01! ''nrare
Alabama' pre.eaon planning a touchdown and then hit on a tin: Ml ClMkrlt W/ Iy > ..,
wa to have been that of a de.ftnslve two-point corn eraloll pass that Klriiland M. Dem RhhiiMJll .
Brown 111 El: Carts 210
back who occasionally produced an 11.10 victory

would fill In for quarterbackJoe IIIHSHUK
Namath when Namath Other backfield stars In the W L
needed a rest or the Crimson SEC Included Georgia quarter Jaw* Term iMwmBC. 42 ,.
Tide had a fat lead.A backs Lynn Hughes and Preston o MM WasBW a fern Mtumnrk 10
knee Injury changed that Rldlehuber who combined to Mokar twl M Mk.rcli.
picture. Sine early October lead the Bulldog to a 24.1 win : : DB|* "<-. ._ 11 III HMilar4 3t
5.551 t5.n
Sloan baa carried the load a* over North Carolina; Kentucky tuna Stwet Metal Co. J1
Namath has tried to recover quarterback Rick Norton who .-r- 40Ii 31 h
W H. ........l.* MM xtl
carried It M well In fact that passed for 221 yard and three VratlM M H .Y
today he was named Southeast. touchdown In the 28.21 loss to BMMley JJ J|/
era Conference back of the West Virginia; and Mississippi :MWerLewd'y :* *

week: for the second straight Stat fullback Hoyl Granger Hid.L sues.....-fenrlce. I' MO *1
time by United Press Interns. who was the South' finest run. Clark &tfr: >* *
Uonat. net In that loss to Alabama. Oilman PaMyu I* .,e
Ned t..M eyes W...*t I. JI
Sloan, a 113 pounder from xnicltun :JMO. Biitar4 hiss &4...i r
Cleveland, Tenn., won the honor MM an
last week for his play against H .k IMM tame WesftmtraeUMi V 'i u A
*m, STt. Slitt r t
Florida; this week: for his great ...
performance la leading the unbeaten Lynn Matthews NAM. 5:1.15... ...... L. ....
to a 214 :ate -en, v ivrv Sit, *- 0.
victory Crimson over tsalsslppl State. Is SEC Lineman .Mick., M Ie. American. save
Sloan passed for IK yardS L.2/, .i.M4OTt*****at.at T. L araiMM Tork ats IceS Powerfully new Rambler .. sportiest way

and ran for 48 more for a totalof JACKSONVILLE (UPI) End W.....r SU s-4 Htw XX
224 yards-mor than the en. Lynn Matthew, who Jed the
lire Mississippi State team com Florida State defensive effort
that blanked Album 144 Satur. RAISES TICKET FRICtCH1CAOO
bined.umath, named SEC back of day, was named Lineman of (CTI) The CW

the week at the start of the sea. the Week: Tuesday by the Flo. cage White loa announced i t SPECTACULARS!
son and rwnerup the following rids Sport Writer Association.Matthew price Increase on the sal* a Compact EconomyKingof the 3 SENSIBLE
two weekend, bas seen very ticket for the IM season. Ifc
Ramblers And wUl lind the lowetl prkf
utile duty la Alabama' last Increase, described a* "mod NeritiaRamblerAmefkan-5marursnap.. you
Intercepted a pitch
tow game*. While his early per.formaac out U the*Atfbar backfleld ta. est," range from IS to Ii i ir..__ witier Iliac ever, spanking new for'63 of any U-S.-built converubte, wagon, 2-door

** ha lea him still set up the first Florida back, cent. Spccucvl.rewngineoptanfl33: s.bp1ofQU. ind 4.dooredan, bated ort manufacturer.
Soan U __
high LI the tiatUtles. down and made many ki
closing the gap fast. Naman' tackles. Ommtnd 6 that comet on like an l-tavc. iMffnltdl retail pffctt. Set 1M ipecucuUr

.has IN yard, Stan KH.Rwnemp a Rambler can-one of three enIWW American ai' your Rambler dealerAmtrkan .
at ry
WI week: was an. fit
other BJderstndy wtio woo sty Kalrstoa Association tt the President jacksoevUh Jai ll INK choice ff '6 5 in the Economy King M0t0riDtJkaltl lo Licilltnct.pier .

award two weeks at*. H* is Journal earlier salthe Backto New tporty option like contolc. floor thtfit" '
ly Lau, the Louisiana State of the Week swan > .. bucket RAMBLER 65
laser wtto was called to tile f lorlda State quarterback St eve wire whorl covert, Airliner Reclining

reset agate wheo quarter* the e* Tend for hi* part U the Semi, .,all. Even more catra.value feature than ".......llapM.f14 F MM of the New R.mbkrtOM :,
Pat Screen wa* injured ir 101..' 344 dubbing of SouthenMlstttssipi Spectacular MW ragine SnM'M brtt eceo yWorld' Brake .
2)2 before irHludiof' Doublers.re., tep- CI "--.IMtf| .IUi4u* RamMsi
game with Mississippi. *, Sir:' aC .anccd So. Torque Command ;
front and rear standard on all Amnon..Till Cwnp-1 Eamaecy King
option aide i >">bp tip lo America't ec.aomy champ. staid systems

F.r BUILDING MATERIALS Ml a W139BwreH I* IM cMalructee Deer 0, nn...eV| .Ctranit bmHiiA.. ryde'e a taws Gad AcrJIic ****.!**! ***.
0.., ...... ,_at lip I.as.s r II "'I.ab'"fear d is elk, Nt sugar fighethP5. ",; '9 ,/.
Aae.mNaa Mae.ter .
0& 4th

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,ellaa--.e..eae ,M W .we..1 CENTRAL FLORIDA "

P5OCAAL us Ire
Riding Supply. II.ooa.... a.,w. MMM ..- DV Kaye s.CIS.YV.. w....., e'eek'eeai/a1 -
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,; (I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted ((8)) Automotive \ I i ((10)) Articles For Sale i ((12)) For Rent, Furn. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

EXPKR1BN LP >a. Mrvlc 1M3 IIKY8LKR Maw V.'rk4. I I LOCAL GUIDE 0PECIALlh'ttl. 1tlRNISIIEI.to'rulnd! I-bood- I UOUW DOWN

\ They're man AfiM to SO Vacation mrdlcal door erdan a,OPP mile* Look ., IIn.1I 1.IKuolrum, 50lIu5fito r>.,m .|,. "mmrlrn. ala Adultn Own. i will coniilder low down house I'ay-
I hi I -
roveracr. life Ineurance retirement and rum like new RiMlk. heater "II.to'IN"um, .ii..manda. Iii. Water .ml.h..d :MU l lot SI North m.nt "n of 18600 monthly
everblooming uniform brneflta Opportunity and air condltkwla. Itioae IN M71 I bloc-UM :IIi<' arh ,'rulun.:1: r"r a 1110 00 monthly Ph..ne CY 9-1711 aneUma payment .
will trade hi equity f< r
I for advancement U qualifiedCall 1-4 To Good 1100 Pidocarpu '.In".. lOc 1.3 I or )
Lakeland NMMI for appoint --.- -- POWtl I s NURSERY: - lulu. acreace or amallar born.. Total -
flower tipped mont IS.TF SALE INS l'll"..., Wladaor 4-donr Old Barlow Rd went u f l-ail., Lake. BEDROOM block .houee Water prim 110.100.. Atherton CY Realty 4331427TI'
--- -- -- -- Call CY 545 W C.nlral Ave
furnished 1111 Ill weekly
sedan Bxrellent Air roadltlunedheater 10ol
umbrellasCOTTAGE MECHANIC enperlenced In Caae radio Full paver '411 OIl I 217SI M
Tractor Chevrolet Truck. and 172171: 1.1 lET A< QIAIXTM DIrER
(rove equipment Permanent poal- --- -- - -- .... kPrttAt': NEW 1-bedraom home on large lot
lion with llvtnt quarter Sea Tern .. While. They Lat Real Estate For Sale IV. bath vinyl tile throughout
WUII. Philip Orovn. Halna 1317 Ot.D6. 4-dow ... P.R. P.SSeeliepit ALL NEW MKXKDH I ) Built-in appllanca central h..al

J"M"'A City. 4M-OTI1 at-TF .dlllo. POts, 114SlIt1s I' FOR WISE SHOPPERS! Monaual 1217 Singles | M Lame carporte, near shopping
Stares 1317 area.. Small down payment, with
\ ] WANTED: Bnperienced watlrea* WINTER HAVEN TV ALl. BRICK MONK easy financing Location. U2g Ave
and curb gut. Apply. In pereua INS STUDEBAKER: Hawk 1doorhardtop 3-Bsdrooets. 1 bath, .paawled llv U NW CY >-4311. 1-1
Teddy Bear JtMtaurant 170 4thBt with till eu. hv Rtrirk en- SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME ._ ..If.V. S Inc rotten .lars Florida room built-
15TFMKN Cine Phone .*..nat. 1-1 ---- I in (1 K kitchen with lumtatou cellInif COUNTRY ESTATE:
----- STRAWBERRY plants on TkomkUl utility room. 1'rraaao (loon. of to tell
SHOP to train a. combine operator NICE: cheap IranapnrUttoai ISIS 4- MOVING-STORAGE UPHOLSTERY Road '.. mile South of Old Winter -. Heautlfully landacaped. OntaM New Bedroom Plenty. Kbath apace, ....IMI withfIreplace. ;

to harveet field *...d. Moat have door Rambler' Annrlfia* wagoo.Stlrkahin Haven Lakeland 10usd3939874.. city but hu city water ud aewnr laraire and utility room,
B60 Cypress Gardens Road Florida chauffer Hcaa*. Also overdrive. R/ll CYWV ivrr School .baa to all Mhooli air coadltionad. heat pump: large
need men to Irritate and other 4-1151 30-0 HOT DOWN M MONTH modern iwlmmlnf pool. I Minute
Open P A.M. 'til 7 P.M. (rave work Apply In person Ful -- ------ THREE IVORY BROTHtRSMOVINO FINE UPHOIiTBRY CY J-13W from Winter Haven 120: .SOO. Call
ton-Col Co In Allure between700amandtOOpm : RAn: MtMFD COMPANY EXPERT RKF1NUUUNOCOMPLKIB 8KLHCTIONWOLFkS ((10-A) Boats & MotorsFOR II.TF CY 1-1112. JO-TF
03- 2M To 104 Hwy n. Magaolta Ave Au- Agent AWED VAN UNE8Local UPHOLSTERY SHOP ----
burndale I Now opm to aerve you Distance BY OWNER Furnlihed 2-bedroom
Long 114 Ave A. BE: CY S 2710
WANTED: Part-time w.It..,. Ban better For the flMtt In fender and Marine A Day NIght\ SALE. : 14 Fiber-wood boat 2300 12th St., NW horn Aluminum siding on CB

Your ChoIce Marco Heitaurant Apply In pereonII body repair. painting and uphole- Call Collect .o'j..UWarell"u. W-Nov. :III loud a* aaw Gator tilt type Large fenced lot. Carport, mill
.TF wIng See Oordnn Fine i'him* .*. Oft Bartow Air Baa trailer, I weak oM, 10 HP Bvla- SPACIOUS HOME IN ty building Air conditioner Cell
f rm Z.... M7-47OI (OOKIMIN PAINT AMI rude motor im 447 Av*. I. IL.atv. heat Sprinkler well Very reaeonabl --
BODY BHOr. M-a :35 CHOICE LOCATIONPrice *: 33118 Av t. NW. Near Wait
S: Part time or full time to help with BPUOOMETERT '; rw;;; : wood nchool 1-Der 22BEDROOM

$895 pooh of fall bunlnu. Opportunityto Complete service and new cables. 17 ft boat with 4)1' HP electrictartlac '
Chain fLa
from III.MO to hoiue near >
earn much extra canh for Chrletma ALUMINUM reduced
L J Service IM 6th 81. SWCY J"n_. IMI Well suited -
.. Car neceuary For Interview 4-42&H. ITF CALL JORDAN TV for larae lake. weekend ciii.ln .- lit UO 1850 ft of living ares. IBrt .. ken In wood., Ideal for couple
M1-H501 '. .. with tile FIshIng, Bo.lInll. Water and light'
complete"in. In privacy of own home. rail and aalt water tiled batlu large
21ll77l -2!'/ -( CADIIAf.Jt: : -rT.: : : -good For TV Repair. Tranxletor without trailer 4H-H77 flihlne after With t or OU floors. Ut 23 x 11\ with Inplaca Have reference" CY 1-8623. 1-3
___ Car Radio HIFIGuaranteed workshop ---- --- ---- -'-
('rItnI e9l'.n Lncloaure *)Carport kitchen patio laundry room
runs good Mak Offer Call p.m. M
CLOSE Junior College sIte :1-
IIOUSFKEFPER to live-In Car CY WS71 ITF1M Awnlnf Window Screen 2 car carafe lifetime rooftreei to
I Career Girl Amerlotn Olrl for 1 children Area ( and T2I3OM4 S 4 II CR1.KN! --- ---- lake accen.. lot 11 0 145 Bedroom, 1H bath home In lovely'
-- -
(f ,Building\ Biwclnlltiu .-1..
neighborhood dlnlnic mom
roth InatallaUnn A/C
call Bartow 113-7UI '
I Cold Wave Cold Wave or 140ROVE CORVPTTE: (,ooit condition ALUMINUMDISCOUNT -- ---- II ft Carter Craft M HP Johnson II.700 down Call' CY 1-17)5 :, Bar rlda room. Large iha. .I. d lot Many
( an be financed D W. Cravrr BALKS CO INC. electric tart Henerator.ompau. .
CtNTltAL FLORIDA tow 531-6171 1TF exl... 120 Ave A. NE. lOUR -
CARLTON SOUTHEAST !: WORKERS NEEDED. Call 2IIiHlIIUO or :2H3-111, II Let Oeorse Do HAve MX'TKONItt. < apeedometer. Murray .. --. -
Roy Daniel or Rinnle Johnitnn A. 6th Bt. 8W 2* -558427Oct trailer Leans mown Must lellthla LOSS YOUR GAIN
BEAUTY SALON : : :27 :3-1417 wark. |MO. C MHO 1-1 Take well located '
at Lake Hamilton Co-op Halne. ProfeuUinal Service > FOR BALE bedroom horn nearly up payment on a
SOUTHEAST PLAZA City. HA 1-1151 or Winter Haven ((8-A) Business Property moderate -::= new Built.In kitchen Full price bedroom. CB horn In Lake
CV a-isis Ooen Every I"'n"Brtng" CY ,-::18"1" at IHHPATtHfcll eKprnneHAIMU ALUMINUM Car Top -I- year old IHOO CY ....... 2*.TF Alfred Payment le** than 1K20U
7\i, HP .lnr'UdlO. Rune aood. 'lOll ---- per month. FR 1-1422 11.Nor. 11
TREE SERVICE 15W: Ilavendala .....
No I' 2IN1I'I after 6
CURB GIRLS Alao timeInside bedroom
part .n :2-BEDROOM houw' and
help Day or nlRht Apply COMMERCIALBUILDING 38I hou. 1100 down IX) month
Dog 'N Bud. Havendala Blvd 14 If good credit, CY Mill FIRST JOYOUS LIVING


111 Third Street IW ((2.B) Loans Up To $600 Complete : .in-uh Free KxtlmateeCall BFKVlCk.: Family in this FAMILY SIZE

U Block South of Poet Office Located on corner Lot 65' x (-Y I-(3J6: 15-Nov 16 CHAIRS for rent Also FOR RENT Modern unfurnished Beautiful Home home in SUN ACRES. 4 bed-

Quality Welch sad 100' at 1222 6th Street, SW. Zoned HoKpllal. Bnda. Cfutche Walker. :J-beiiroom houee Air conditioned. rooms, 1'balbi, terrazzo
DOMESTIC I. th to bor-
company Lummudc Rental. CY .
Jewelry Repair row 'roml WIlY M-2, Priced below market FIRE EXTINGUISHER 12411 175 Ave Uocl'ror.A. NW. 1TF Near. Exchange Suitable: for Bank office and Adult Downtown Beautiful Deal {floors built In kitchen, tile

value at $12.500. Ri-ferencea Phone 213-1844 II.TF bath and other
I.[ Friendly ......Ie.I .. BeautifulGarden many eaiy care
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19.Nov. 1911.A I: Strictly confidential VACUUM CLEANERS 3 BEDROOM 1 bath home South features for your convenience
Open Saturday until t FIRE EXTINGUISHER BALM *
p m Suction < Realty Grove Located lots for of
-- l aanley on 3 plenty
.I. 8072fth
Open evening by appointment SERVICE COlRMharglng 1":3.:: : 8th Bt: NW CY M7S7Z7TF
I. Horn owned and operated. Woo-d : 8t. NW Winter Haven, Fla elbow room. Drive out to SUN

) InttructioniI.BM .. tabllahd IBMDOMESTIC 213-13&7 24 II,. Service 2-TF PARTS .4 SERVICE for Kirby -- .----- ----- 1 Bedroom, 2 bath, model home ACRES today and lee for your
Hoover. Electroiux and all other ,
with Oak it Vinyl floori Immediately
'om" In 0' call your friend OsorgeMultin. Free pickup 1 delivery and animate tell this and other homes built
:3-BRDROOM unfurnlnhrd houneATMKRTON
.u -REALTY- REYNOLDS VACUUM available Open everyday
RE-WEAVING RBAITY 541 W with you, the buyer, In mind
kA.NFH I : SbRVICfe\; Phone
LOAN CO ('tntral, CY 4- .t.3.TF at 129 Lowell Road. (Street
ZSJ-2517 2S3: .3528 ( Y 1-03U ---- ----- SUN ACRESon
KEY PUNCII II miispeUed ai Powell on
f Nov I
3rd St. & Ave A, NW CY 3219 Burn Moth Hole Tear
K -- I liFDROOM I bath MS.00 736 city mops).
-6- Re Woven .
Learn InI Expertly Hcaly Realty old Lakeland Winter Haven

We.k. U SMARTT8 RE-WEAVING AUTO SERVICE ...03t':14J: :.. 'NW CY 1-2717 Rd. 4 miles west or Call

Day School [9)) Business Opportunities (31: POPE AVk.SERVICE CY 1-173 17.TP JOHN G. WOOD Dan Winters 2931433
Collection ----
((2-C[ )
Eatabllahed 1'49
14 Wtelu la -DODOB-: UNFURNISHED J-bedroom apartment & Assoc., Inc. Norris Bryan 294121S

Night School 21-Nov 22 ....IIInrl.. Service Onihryuirr
MAYTAO water Included MO 00 monthly .
:3 till Phone MJ-(US
Delinquent account don.t get llili II LAN IJtR tESTIS allyimuth eLancerValiant 1125 Ave S NW 302 -) S-9
LAKELAND BUSINESSINSTITUTE unlem proper follow.up I I. pal"j ? new conception In elf cervlc. e -- -. _--
INC. them W* Invite all I,mfeuli laundrle featuring Maytag riclulve BUILDING REPAIRS FLOYD RUBE.KT4 MOTORS BEDROOM d.iplex Stove A 1-6

Lake WireL.sklsnd and buelneu account, Bout ticket operated wather. Have 421 8 xth Rt SW 20J .41111I9'N'uv refrigerator, 175,oil per month ____ n_ _._. 'Lake
401 W. Feachtrea on 'In lownl excellint locatIon next to new Til It lI..uth.uSecllon.. Atherton Realty 1100 DOWNI

Florida COLLECTION BUREAU Store at :lIla E CntraAI''rolll.\ call 143 W Central 28.-... 1.TF I BR. CB HOMES
MU I tut I For small repair Jobs re
Winter mate liive.ment if 141)00.') balance Low a* 14700 month Nice Retirement Home between
of ll.ven, Inc. tired builder .
l-Nov I t year We handle lnetaiiati.n; financing CAMPING TRAILERS CIIARLES McCOMIC Ke,. Broker
CY 4421 CY 12470 Winter Haven and Junior College -
Located In Domestic Loan BldgII. and trand Opening Writ ((12)) For Rent Furn. 293304)12Nov.
tn Harry Fildman. 214 AmdenRd 11, at 623 3rd Street 2 bedrooms .
;J-T' __
LEARN v Winter ParhFia.) It-Nov II "- .
CB icreened
IHOITIIANDlp.td..rtlln,1 NEWLY PAINTED 3 bR. 1 bath carporte,
.-- S'FozTh HOUSE TRAD.bRS, 110.00 a weak C.B. home. Double carport porch, porch 150000 down and $6500
((3)) Situation WantedWHY Painting PaperingRepairing l..lettlond water furnIshed tth Vacuum velum, fenced yard Deilrable -
( WILL LEAHF kitchen to ..........- I !:' Sir....t, *:.lcl.., or rail CY MM 8 fc,. location near new .hopmi ,- per month. No closing cost or

-!- bl.' perwm Dick Bar IWJu Phony 20.4 center. walking dletance ALL qualifying Vacant, move, la today -
I Week toDay JJJ-945J.: SO-li tehooU Owner traniferred Low
School BE CROWDED" I Trailer _. :Iowa Payment Atiume Mort .
private lot 1'1". pet .... 1310 Seventh. 81 B K, 2U-MH1
2Ir.go"t.k GET THE BEST tup -3-
I bHtroomr to 175
2 MO
II Weeki In Drive NW Phone I. J. McCOY Quality work -- 11-TF
Sale Service Rental Beaelev' (' t34 1th 8tNW ..
Night School 283-S76: l-t mannhlp, fat clem sod renon Realty 0
Blvd 3 i-7vM: -- -- - -
LAKELAND BUSINESS 8Ir '.' Jan Phyl Vlllaga 17-TF Apartment. plu 1 warehousesfur
An ambit eu* man w h pwanle ._ 14-TV I BEDROOM: furaMwd anartmenla additional' rentala. 125 Are A,
( & Found
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INSTITUTE, INC. I. 10. .n 'lndepetid.etP51.11 UK month ATHERTON REALTY
NW. iwcond behind Chamber
M.rehl"t. Yeueweobo PAINTING 543 W. Central Ave 1R4-JM4 building I2S lib t>t.. NW CY 4 4141
401 W Peachtrea on Lake Wire paid, traitniog' is 1..1. Itl' JOHNSON CAMP: TRAILERS ll-TF of Commerce Euy FlnanclnirIH
Lakeland Florida hoe MorchandinitiS end lee' Sleep I. Cloee-out price 1405 up- 500 M-TF :
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MU t-MM Pleae return red billfold mlnr-lnu Hunk Rate financing I a* 'low a* IX --- ---- ----
The Pur Oil Cempnyhi
ve apartment
Friday nlnht Keep money but Fe 16400 monthly VA Loan Blltmnre" -
.: a modern full fIHtyequipment HARLES IVER80N month Regain your payment byrenting Ground floor 906 Ave L NE. monthly Modern CB
S turn nontent 203-1279.! IM ilatAv Shore" 1 Bedroom Shallow payment
SNov ... to frland
It.Uon foe I. on the C, hone CY 1-MIR your -TF 243 .bedroom
*.. 8W M well attlr fan Walk In echooUCY conitrvtlon Con-
Iran Gard.n. eeoc .",1111 Work by Hour or Estimate --- a-lftKt 1-3 tact :293-2171 Evening and Sun-
.. Cooler 17-4U Lake Aired 173-113: .
flew "I. 000epine MODERN J-bedroom apartment .M -- da> 213-21148 FIRST MORTGAGE
sod .ul..t Winter HsvuC S-Nov 0 24-lSov. a monthly Call CY ..... 104 -- CORP OF FLORIDA.1
((5)) House Trailers .I..ntll'' .r... Will requIre ._
Wanted -- -- -----
((2J) Help .ome upltll 11 ocntoc.k sod 11 floor apartment. Walking die LAKEFRONT
'''I....till Call MOTORCYCLES and lake Quiet
FIX.IT SHOPQuirk tancto town
O. r. Drlvr P. 0.Sos It' RtalIt'
Trailer wllh and without Cabanas r and clean Adult plea*.. Oil Av*, $14,000
564. Phone Ml aui B. NW 11.TF
Inquire at o f II I e .. Telephone Winter Havanif YAMAHA: A TRIUMPH CYCLES -- --- -- 3 BEDROOMS a Steal
.,., leant
on I to 0 MONTHS bedroom cot-
GRADUATEARE W4-1I44 "-lov II Self martini and *|wrl. model, -
Iron. perrulatora' electric blankets.ilytku 14 on Lake Marion 1100 per It't DealA
No M Down Super
BEE NEW I vacuum cleaner., Phillip I ;;n..b. month :2M-4JB7. 21-TF Mole.n, ,'n to"m. dlr. t 1 h ,rn tbwat a
THE!: II wide Detrolter .
I M All
: 9.l.gpoe.ing ovei40llliil Day Saturday
P .. ,
YOU Fl It ., 14th and Q. NW 'r'I. I p.' hi' bath'
Lak Shore > ---- --
at (Court IllS Hwy93W.ot .
""nll"II ? u'r.turn IIn In BII"r.l'con. I.AKII.AND; LYl Lfc: CO
Auburmlale. >>TF 1I of Koiy-Korner 0-1 CHAIN OF lAKES -- 1 1Dedruom built In ".*..n A. '"'ii.- I II t": (00't tFl home to really puff )'ourthes't
3OC 301 leI St 8W CY 453210Nov.
> kiMiiiUVu ...
I .
-. Phone 394'5133. U-Nov. .houarl la It m lick I 'IHII1( 1 JUO .
Interested In s tareer with a ( "mm11I1 I I".tu.trlal Arreaxenil ------ I out about With 1 bedroom
TRADE YOUR MOBILF HOME -- mom Monthly weekly ratee D.wo N" 'I'1'"inn' "uICAfL <
JIM liROWN R.altor 2tjo4JP1'Soa;
company which offers good A. diwn laymen on Il.tuni near. "oIIln,. SIERRA ", 2 baths Florida
wages while you are bring hone CY 3-Mi II SAW SHARPENING 17.TF .1LTOItN$ "Xt H.ULORII room, double garage, central

trained? ((9-AJ) Furniture DOWN A BIT BUT --- heating air plus conditioningind i perfect 10-
If are IS.21 years of age ((5-A) Moving & Storage I I Ssw.. Shoer.' Krpenedam FURNISHED bath Cottage 1 room 1-27M cation
you > day KhlMIIW.. flu cl..>ck*: tilt lIlt 81 SB CY we are,lure you\ will

we have Immediate openlngi 'COMPLKTE Il-one full of new 'fin.. WANT AD RESULTS ARE "I I"-,'Irlr blankM* et.. PHILLIPS -- __--- :10-TF live happily everafter
in Winter Haven offering automatic furniture Including electric. raneeand I I :SAW A 'IX.IT SHOP Hark FURNISHED OR UNFURMBHrbEmciRNCIEt : \TYTY Let'i make
IMPERIAL MOVINO ft STORAGE refrliferatur. .t...... table. K"<> Korner c,,rner Avenue II BEDROOMS an appointment
wag Increafei paid va- Prompt and efficient service for lanrpa etc (I room*). feed lee. STILL "RED HOT" Mih InwHHl Phone 21"2113 Nice large and airy Iii.....m. -- today O.K.T

rations, hoapitallutlon, life in all your moving free need Call 1 than I month, Till over payment It-Nov II Conveniently located In Old Postal
CY M1M for
turance and penalon plan. Apply fur Atlas Van* Line'.tlmateeAganto *. Inc | 0t per, :.week U ,4th WARKOIOCMItPUINITURE. St. NW Bui tiling. Call: CY SMWt or CYV4147 Mi W. Central Ave LEIS BROS.

ervlng all W atatea. 14-TF ITF Louse *. Orare A'''...... CV 4- t4Jea.
In person *:00 s.m. to 4:00p 11-1 - ---- .
A. ...... A.,... CY l-ll l REALTORS
.m. Monday thru Friday, 120 AIR CONDITIONED lakefront tNlte ....1 1200 SIxth St. NW

East Lime, Lakeland ((6)) Special Services (110)) Articles For Sal. ((10)) Articles For Sale i ((10)) Articles For Sale Adult Apartment 11750 Weekly Nicely CY furnished MT14TF. .3- (Oppotlta North. Gate)

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BOX SPRINGS Miltreu. Refrlreratnra Singer I RENT -- Reasonable CY 1-1M3
Blind tItched PATTFRN-WeTLL
Da* or k.lectrl Rann*
modern equipment IU10 .Hickory CUT WHILE YOU WAIT LOW .. .
Tablea -- -
NW CY 1-7554 Mra. Edna Schoaeer4Nov .. TV .and Dinette Lampa S. (a*, New Chair rebuilt need reaaonabl party to take ever PRICE FORD'S TRIM SHOP Ml HOUSH *. APARTMENTS: 2bathi $9250 $300 down. 1-3

Equal Opportunity -------- --I floor ,cample II 00-upWARCHOlSB 1700 per monthly pagrmeata on current I Ate B. NW CY 1-0611 10-TF FVRNialOBD UNFtRNlSHED Nice location -- ----- --- --
Employer\ Winter Nave. Drafting : FVRNITURE. U Silt model Sinter Slant Needle 110.00T
; { II NW. sawing machine Equipped: to CKSai SAplIngs U anted
All types. Commaerai A
2-5 I Reeldentlal Drafting ._ 31-1 makes button holes aad fancy thAi ."dI\ heatera baby furnl CY 4-1111 1964 MODELS MUST
--- -- Mltch.s. etc Complete
SatUfactlon guaranteed lure alas electric *pf4lanawOtker
Draw Did,. CY 4-1421 tXXKTAIL: rIng. e ruble. IS P' |7t.10 FVLLY OUARANTSSDFOR ; pieces ot furniture Call CY 28-Nov 21 I 293-2178 GOSAVEUTOI,00000
: lPinner ----- -- ---
diamond gold mountlnir IM .
elation ha* opening for 1 full ITF ..It. RENTALSFuntMMd ::1610 Havendale Blvd.
j SSO _. -- .- rlne. 7 diamond $30 OU 117 FREE '
time employee*. PaId trainingi Spring Lake Cl NW MHI n"1Ieda. $
hoof available for rlfht man Call ATTENTIONQaragea __ SUTCUFFB. REALTOR 5-
WJ-OS74 lor Interview by Kaleeman : HOME TRIAL STUDIO COUCH DM*. TV Wa CY 4-4111 SnotV 1-7113
M .Al.':.EYES Purple hull .pea*- ty tablMIM.. Oarklall ring UT T-TF : 1-3 B/R. 2 Bath A/Cond.
Service Statlona, Implement II, M String .bean I:AIM) bunh- CALL ANYTIME Sum Lake CusseS acna fraaa __.. -- ST OWNER Practically new 1bedroepi.
Companlaa. or aayon owning el I M H Rowel) farm lirewaiarFt -' Nanh Oav H ipvrpeiralle. for our elect rlleo- Pistils neal all mood Range Oven Dlib ash-
SHORT ORDFR cook. wanted or aervtclng equipment which muM ._ Meade_Rd.. aoI 29M505 let of Winter vfettora we need toESItAISOK era _....._ SE: Settles. CTsusdi er. Drapes Carpeted Uv
cleaned --- .--1NIItINIIIIIIIII'u
John Redaurant Bartow M our IlesIsso of QVAUTT '
Apply 'I VIED UM11ITM aitii-&pr.ea .. : SeeS., CARE. log Room. Patio Intercom
NKW JlUfTIIB-M'OI: plates IT I M Me each up 1I 1----- SM .'."1'110 MttHINB FOLLY fCIt\1D. Till...",.. ; t "'II"j;;, i iiiiiiiii llllll",; System. Large Lot.

rrAw" ('LKAvrKK a MIIIH to :20 platea' JO-SI plaIce 2V each. 144 Wktt! S* Saa-. nwertk. aid ft** tea a call TOWN A COUNTRY
fBEIWlRK: : IMPLEMENT: 40-100 platea lie each over 100 I r.... _m.. *>w* but
You!! LIKE NEW a bie3'ele.Itanbeis
Avon Calling 2-3 B/R t
WA1BBMI3MM plate lie each, Excellent... many I like .;: cM44kw tan Make bmt aiaiBl. and many ------ I' Bath Ceiling:
home and farm ...... Re-roof dog lork __..,.. ......*. I Payment at -BImIIIOOM.rt- ,' -- Heat Terrazzo Floon

If you want to cam money for .* bird ........* with them ueeIdlng the ae I |.30OU- Call CY...aWttTF-_.. I lOSt CaB CY ..... i-a **> Lake Silver. Drrre Strrer Cat I = Convenience U obvl :| Range & Oven Choice Location.
farm bulMlmta. ---
FREE: : LIFETIME SERVICE WARRANTEE on Ananmewta Call IT l-tTT eIM = oui ia this large 3 bedroom =
CHRISTMAS. Start now. ON ALL IQ17U'MENT N..rIOfflee IM Ir4 It. i SYRAOISK CHINAljrW". patter 1 _1- 1PILDISDOM. Large Lot.
NW 7TIPRINTERS *. Several $..** aever ....... ROSATO WRP2CEL'sOrwnast = home located atE :E ,

Write) P.O. B4* 1JSJ CallJACKSONVILLE -- --- Wilt\ ...ll fur lee than H pHa CYM41I l-t ant asS 64e-ia aw )mm.Meal 1 I i bee 4>n>. 1Mvk rhao->. S > side coimace. private Abu bath furnished- eel' I! 2003 lib Street VW-Spa | 3-4 BiR. 1 Bath Ceiling

Or Call Lakeland U241J7 -.--- -- ** aMlqu brick Me earaiCY I aeartm 'sea 14' .1" 6111 weesip | eieua panelled honda I Heat Terrazzo FlooriBuiM .
lOut 2M 7th i* CY MHb I-TV S .
room PLUS s acrreaed la
Range. Large
13IMMEDIATE Machinery Corp.Phone | | FOR real EASY: Electric qaerk Shaan.carpet
:-openlnc for -welder- 1M-SU7 For Demoaetralloa .Ml per day with pttecfca. al .,.. UN I duure MOOD lend 1'1.' pets lit II pi... IIttIItIeo 311An' : room and dining room :E I
.1. eB4Hk>a. CY MT71 attar f pm ,
Luetre John Bolaiul Harfwar.. l101 -. ; .W N
litter* and layout men have new WHITE NYLON EE
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Permanent )oD k
fabrication .hop .eiitKlxtrtc E FHA FIANCING
--- M.DIOOM: efftreMcy apart a WALL TO WALL CAR

Hwy advancement oppoell. Jan'Phyl far qualifiedTurner Villainwith I ((6-A) Animals & SuppliesM1MIS | COMMEKCI SPORTS Model Rifle Very altractive QUALITY ............. mesa hitches ITt An It' IfB.l FETING 1700 ft = CLOSE TC
'. Recker and light wefekl Varyaocural work ......... KM prapackacdAll .. 5 rla Call at M Ave MNE aq I
m.5. Aaeor IO/4 *. May *e* at fit 4ifc StJaaPhyl .. aunaatar $131 awn UaArUaa a .to pea M: = of k>int area Total E SCHOOL. SHOPPING
303-2340.: ___ INDUSTRY VUlan ar CY AubunxUle. SMhObnMMalal > --- ---- CENTERS CHURCHES
:.wn.l: E price is Just fliooo a Kh' S ,
PINK POODLE SAIjON1MI7U detalla aad It* tow low Ck.. IT.Ma 17 I SOOME Mtll ncre.ed plink.Stl .
Complete pentoeeloeial groamlag.AKC __h .... furalehed 510 a week illAeeLIE. :E only $4M down paYDlftIt- ES : ALL OUTSTANDINGBUYS
WAITRESS wanted N..t.... da.pandaMa ; GOVERNMENT | ------- -- .
Apply at Sundown : Toy. for ptappi.a appointment anatlab plo.le-TF VIED RkFRMERATORSRaaaea USED cat *f WaeM ....... la toadcaWHaw. s-I : To aet the Interior. tall EE : I IF YOU ACI'NOW

tauraat bttweeaj 1 00 p.m. and 1 Waaken Dryer Can 0V1MI after I It MEDItOOM iteruMbid-.;;;;;;: UtSI -- -- CALL TODAY
100 and U'00 m S Air Oandtkioawra RernaxlttkMied ... ITF : EE :
,.m. pm ..| MALE: POKER Stud -' rrlr fully uaraaleed Terwia _ weekly Alao 1'--i .. aM*. VtXCOUf TETKEAU.T

Reiletered law aao! while From II* M sal Up. JOHNSON TrY ISadas T.Io.... t"I;; De. I |M III weekly on Kh 8t a9w H Fvr*. a SeL CT l-St7 = BarrisConnary -

CURB 5911 asnlod. N; e;'pn ac; CY l-SMl J4-TF APPUANCRS Lak Alfred A-11tet1 16.w _. masu knoupela. CYi.oe : Oar CY Mill :
Burger King **0t .Pkoa m-UM. KNaa |
Apply 513.135527TV aaly SIC l..b week Inc.
: ROOMS 57 per
;:veadaU BlvJ.___ ? To Trade --- -- ASDESSS0-Z4 PAVO COMPANY OptPrtn. entrance I.'T 4-liSt TowN CowitrniillIlhlilllhIiIIlillIlIltIIl1tlitIlollppp ,
((7)) !
Buy or ..4 ... s. Winter Haven
SOMEONE: to rare for \ child at HBO) BTV Duotherm ':oo4 _. -- -. -'-

jar homa Call_171-im _1J dittos U*110C'Y $400 105 RltKBER STAMPS .- for rkerk j 1 '*>rsc FVRxitMEO OR :::111 1'i1mMa. I m M st sw

WC: BUY uaed appliance .M ruralture I Mcl...oA Eagle Lake 5.4pvivrizw ._- -. .WBatur.pvrpuee .. tto ? UNFURNISHEDRea rh
TIME work Winter 3.1141 Ull.iJu.! U I w JU.W5
buW': Eara- I and we pail weed .' aaca 1$1Av..A.NW. Z744flt alea aiailag ataatpe naM eelreWe kmt -
Haven, area Call and furniture BROOK Al PU-I I Iuf'Q rKAT t S-31St Mali packet Mami STAR ("7... 't"rp'sg tuwvt S. owner o'
Inca from M 60 per .. Dundee .. R "Or'l JItSiheolder PRKM. PIMMT 4vUX Ml Ave < JM-Hii
for appointment 7 to I J 4 FURNITURE! : ;J_' Havwtale ju A. <; SX lAB'I
y.21$10. *only >.. BlvC "1'1' 13-TI A. NW 'TF H ,, .'tFm



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As Easy As ABC's By XJBSTiat L. HOLLYWOOD, CaJUf., /11CII A (V''!
(UPI) Et My.ai >year.4l

C .turfaction guaranteed by Dennis T. Porttaate DM known
Quality BuildingMnsurpassed Some Facts About Headaclxs a hall-dooell presidents lilt kM

never been able to vote for one a i ivine
for family living of them until
Q; ARC THERE many kind frequency and the duration of a today ,
iD ANeighborly of headaches' headache are sometimes helpful "For the ant tint. In my 111*
I'm going to vale he Mid I
) community of fine A: Headache Is probably one to UM doctor --1IUac Us uberantly.
of the moat common of aU ctvuae Even: with this know.
families Porttooko-a eon Port M Mid !
oomplatnts. I edg' the cause may be evasive his father would wear him beet N-3
The term headache 1* often. and need a great deal of study suit to M apartment telMing
loosely applied to describe any to find Its origin.Q .
Attractive floor plan It flnancing two block away where ht WM
kind of pain, dlatreaa' or vague : Is migraine considered a
with to eat hit ballot In a law.
sensation of discomfort In and I major cause of headache*
dry room. -
about the A; Migraine la not a cause
Choice bomesitee now available region "My father WM born In RMS.
of head.H.adach"1. but rather condition in Itself
the a
forReasonable ale and came to this country In '
This painful and disabling one 19M," laid the NIl. "He was a DIjF
down payment 10 ; : sided headache Is a recurrent an official at the RuaUn Km. CL_ SiriT10N
on. that la accompanied by busy In
I" 1 nausea and visual disturbance. Washington D. C* urwtil 60 ARD r
the revolution, then he said 4ON1
End your search at SUN disease Some Q: What Is the cause of ml forget It.' "

ACRES & the may b. short gralne* Sometime after the revolutionthe r NEB

lived: others A: Many theories exist These elder Portlanko became a di/ y
S ooner the are -i may continueDr. point to endocrine or emotional doorman at the Mayfalr HotelIn

going fast ColentM over a long pe disturbances, allergy, spasm of Washington As such, he
la clod of time. the blood vessels of the brain helped the Secret Service dur. I

and some recur at regular intervals and intestinal upset These are Inc visits to the hotel by such a' dhie

SUN ACRESon suspected but none has yet president as Truman, hoover, V
Q: What Is the major cause been proven as the true and Coolidge and Herding He knew 4) t I
old Lakeland.Winter Haven of headachea* only cause President Johnson when he was -

Rd. 4 mile. Wet Or Call A: The list of causea is al. Q: Are there any new treatments the junior senator from Texas

Din Winters 2931433 most limitless for migraine* "But although he's beenacltl.

Norris Bryan 2941218 High blood pressure. sinusdlstase A: Ergot derlvativea have sen 80 or M years, he's never I DIDNT gXCs u1NT' MM PROSAlY'wean
eye conditions, head Injuries been used with moderate sue been able. to vote,.' his son said BREAK \ UAVOO ftAV* H/R MIOVAAPJ SON ULP 's r1CKTp0
19 infections, tumors and cess when aspirin caffeine or 'Last May mom died. In JuneI JUST AFEW ONE DH''' I HUSBAND R CAN S5 SO SCAN.. MANY
codeine have not x MOVE AND I'LL HOW 6 HAW SRCCIFN /1TRUCTIVE AT Of.t TIAii!
fatigue are but a few. effectively relieved brought dad out here to live ? A
C') eE FINIsw! EXCELLENT Dietary and alcoholic India the attacks A numberof with me. Now he's going \ I TNPWDKMW
cretlona, arthritis of the spineof new preparations are now to vote for the first time In his cC j jI /

TERMS the neck and disease of the being studied that hold great life In a laundry room yet"
blood vessels at the base of the promise for the relief of the '
brain can all produce headache despairing headaches of migraine Legal Advertising rt. I .

Emotional turbulence. anxiety U

and stress are probably the Q: Are there special tune
Io most frequent causes of head. for the other kinds of headaches NOTirR HANK': -'rrLl-'TION Or INTENTION' roM TO I e

2. ache. FINAL' MSIMAeUlKIn i
This wide distribution of the A: The basis for treatment of Re Ratal of
,cause of headache serves to em. all headaches Is first and foremost ..
phasise a most important point to discover the cause Bya T* All Wkm H May CaNotice .. ni 11. y7
No should thecause series of examinations, tha I. hrrrbf riots that I .
on. self-dlafnose 4---
I hew mad
my final report aa luiKulrK
Ut Trem.m A..., SE of his headache and thereby physician rules out the unlikely < ..l tot Mat. of lurthur
....1.. family. I bedraama 'I produce within himself additional I causes and then pursues the Bnwclwrt' dnrnuM. thai I havefiled Vja Ir f 1 iOuat K'VOSDICKScuMessoN ,i "I '+ t CKjtD KJ HIS HEART IA I'N
Far the :
( /.PI ,
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Ulrhr.wnh ,, mr poiniin for final durhant /,11 I A > 1 PECULIAR THAT WH UF IT
Mr others In addition
wnh fermlca Via rom...bla.- ... ball .. anxiety and fear which to attentionto *. and that I will .l |>I, to YOU MURDERED '' ) -- ALIVFx ,r REMAINS 1'eS u1 I LVL.19UT oicr
Male aad bred. ........ nra. serves only to Increase Innertensions. the physical basis of hesd ''I Ih I linn Judas Richard of folk A BronaonCountx ... -- 1 /Vr | CXJTA ANVc Jf ( 2.r ee .. StMOVtD-HE'tt R ? DtAD.mr
tree I I III4.MW aches, the emotions must be County n
fill beat. l I.r. M wllk rune I +
ride. nn tr> J4th day of Novwn ADMIT IT t VvMC j W I N -
_ wh.oi. bus Ise the klddl. Q: Does the location of a considered if relief is to be her i I t-4. for approval! at the semi Iv
I achieved. end for' final' diirharf F.
I headache Indicate the cause? so nru>
trim or the ratal of Kathvr BrunMtrt.
II1M.it A: Occasional/ It does More Wkttt Dr. Coleman cannottmderfalM d...*......
#nte often headache is referred to answer Individual Thl tth day of Oeobr' IMAdrlald
treaf3s4F : : .
through the Intricate network letter, A. Mil MM readers'questions Bruwh.rt TedderKaorulrli
( AioOr-.Th"l of the Potato of
I of nerves that bring sensation In his column ", ':ath.r Rruorhrrt diwaandITRAtK
WARREN SECKEL, Realtor I I Ii to the head from all parts of ever pOI ible and whets they UN. flllARITk

II I I the chest, neck, face, jaw and are general inttreit. Address KAtOORIDI8Allorneya
iplne I your letters to Dr. Coleman/ in IM Maimolla" A....nuVlntrr ..
The location the severity, theO core of this newspaper. Haven. Florida rI
VI. 11 JO rr November 1. ISM
$450 DOWN < I'M King Ftalun M Byiidlcate. lac ) e aC '.coo.
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block. home Lar.f back)ard /" .,, tot. vuuz.n ,TIt vVHAfI
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paymcnta. Inwood Section <:V : /.r1
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Lake Martha l-bedroom home 11

month old. Central. .Ik.ln boating cloaela.Moras ; and. IP1C I THe .1.11.! ..* lilt,...,., r t
air conditioning-
room utility mom rar. WHIT won I Oft' ..;as1**!. M c lvi1f11
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2 BR. 1 bath frame borne 17e sew 1 4A1 ';0,0,44 avrIOTT I. ,71ALe
between Auburndsle Lakeland ::: ,AIM KA1 y1?+' Sri _

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carport utility room 1500 2t'1 tee Rlke

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Twelve ______ WINTER HAVEN DAILY/ NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Tuesday, November 3 I '*ti4

U Haley Reports On 881h Congress In and the pledftoc crisis M/s in Southeast country's Asia determination 20 Volunteers

to aid any member. Dear Alihy '

Summary Of Major/ Legislation or defense Treaty protocol Asia which of Its Collective state freedom.requested of the Deeee help Southeast ta- Avoid Them -tj'T-; ; Taking CoursesAt

Enacted During The Past YearBy Abigail

Wilderness preservation bill,
Red CrossTwenty
establishing a national wilderness -
JAMBS A. HALEYCOIfr.mlll on food marketing to study International develop- preservation system, DEAR ABBY: We are new In town. Last DEAR GIRL: A boy's drew h an Indteathm
changes In the marketing structure ment association bill,authoris placing approximately 9.1 million evening my hwdr tid's foreman and his wife ef his home eavlroimept, his (character personal Red Cross v, lima., .
7th Florida District of the food Industry and hag $812 million as the United acres of Federally-owned dropped( In 011II unexpectedly. We were not hycient and self-etleera. U.te> U yeur mother, are currently taking instr! < r
make recommendations for States contribution to propos lands permanently in the systemand prepared for company. When I served some Honey, and yes wont ge wrung tn the latest techniques! I d i i Ii, ,
soft drinks the hinted that he
WASHINGTON, D. C. Her protection of consumers. ed $nO million Increase In the authorizing eventual Inclusion man" wanted pltal, school and specializei attlvltles
something "stronger We didn't have
Is my annual report summarizing Housing act amendments bill, financial resources of IDA of up to 51.9 million anything: of the organizatx
in the house, so my husband took him to the
the major legislation enacted authorizing four new Federally InterAmerican Bank bill, acres more, and extending applicability corner bar and left me with the wife She talked DEAR about ABBY: I wish you would write something Classes are being condiu(. j v
In the recently-ended second assisted housing programs and authorizing $461.7 million In additional of mining and mineral bad about everybody at the plant. I didn't even and ruin their bossy children women My who sister rule Is the the rooet the Winter Haven chapter heaj.
session of the t8Ub Congress authorizing $1.13 billion to fund United States contributions leasing laws to wildernessareas. know half the people she gossiped about. She of three boys U her husband tells them mother to do quarters, 55 Filth St., (NW
and signed Into law by the President these and existing programs to the Inter-American told me I ought to "do something" with my something, she tells them to do the opposite. When the classes arc <
through September, 1965. Development Bank. Mass transit bill, authorizing hair, which hurt my feelings because my hair Many times I have heard her say, "I don't care pleted, mere will be a spec ,al
In keeping with die customto Hill Burton hospital construction LABOR, EMPLOYMENT $375 million In Fed.ralcrants is very thin and there's not much I can do with WHAT your father said, you'll do as I say!I" orientation program at the WInter *
which I have adhered since program extensionbill Davis-Bacon fringe benefits to States and localities, over It. Then she asked me when I waxed my floors And they do, too, No wonder those children are Haven Hospital.
coming to the Congress as your authorizing $1.36 billion to bill, providing -for Inclusion of three-year period, to assist last and I told her I had waxed them that morning confused and nervous. Is there any way I can The new volunteers will be assigned *
Seventh Congressional District fund the program for another fringe benefits In determination public or private companies in She said ""They look terrible. You should help* duties In the chapter area,
Representative In 1 53,submit five years.Pesticides. of prevailing wages under providing mass transportationservice try my brand. which Includes Winter Haven
this record of enactments of new I control bill, the Davis-Bacon act, which requires in metropolitan area The men were gone three hours When they SISTER MARY Haines City, Lake Alfred, Dav.
came back this couple stayed until 1:30 A.M.
law without comment as to the strengthening the 1947 Insecticide contractors and subcontractors Parklands bills, creating the although I said several! times my husband: had, DEAR SISTER: Perhaps, but this Is NOT enport, Auburndale, Eagle Lake
merit or demerit of any of the fungicide and rodentlclde on Federal construction Ozark National Rlverways in to get up at 6:00 A.M. for work. Do you think your problem, so be careful I would tell both and Dundee.
Items listed.I control act and providing funds to pay laborers and mechanics southern Missouri, the Fire it was right of my husband to have left me there your sister and her husband what yon have observed The new volunteers being
believe, however, that dur- for an Agriculture Department not less than prevailingwages Island National Seashore on all evening with that woman? What if they drop sad how yen see the effects of their made ready for their duties In
ing the session, I made my review ofpe.tlcldelabeUlnr re- for workers on similar Long Island, N. Y,, and the in again 1 don't care to associate with her My (probably unintentional) conflict. Having tone elude Mrs Jean Fisher, Wayne
position clear on all of the quirements. projects In the same area. Canyonlands National Park in head still aches from last night that, say no more and hope for the best.CONFIDENTIAL Erikson, Misses Roxana Buttles,
controversial: legislation which Nurses training bill, authorizing Automation commission bill, southeastern Utah. Miss Nancy Bradford,Miss Rob.
was enacted and on the bulk grants for construction or establishing; a 14-member national Public lands study bill, establishing HEADACHEDEAR e e e e erta Anderson Miss BetU Jane

of the Important, If not par-. rehabilitation of nursing commission on technology a 19-member public HEADACHE! Tell your husband that TO SYLVIA) There Is nothing Young, Miss Nancy Fisher Miss
ticularly controversial, measure schools, funds for expansion of automation and economic land law review commission If he likes the m.., floe, but you don't want a wrong with putting all your eggs la one Linda Reaves, Miss Pat White,
s as well. nurse training, and funds for a progress to study past and pre- directed to study and to recom- toursome-tjrpe friendship with them. If they drop .ket-lf Mrs Lillian A.Welerback. Miss
But If anyone Is not awareof student loan program sent technological change and mend (by December 31, 1968) la agate, you g* lie doors aid let your husband yon keep your eye on the basket Patricia Sleg, Miss Jere Red'
my position on any particular National defense educationact innovations in production and modifications in existing laws aniwer the door and tell them that you are Problems? Write to ABBY, Box 69700. Los dick. Miss Bonnie Nelson Miss
bill or bills on this list, amendments bill, extendingthe employment likely to occur In and regulation governing public "reitlnc.." And If he wishes to entertain the pair Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply enclose a Karene Mott, Mrs. Thatles FJ, :
and want to know my stand, entire program until June the next 10 years, and make lands, Including offshore land, ef them, tell him be Is welcome le. stamped self-addressee! envelope. bes, Miss Caroline Hitchcockand
I will be happy to advise. My 30, 1968, and the "Impacted" recommendations to the President and mineral and other resources Mrs Willie Maddox,
record, In Its entlrlty, of such lands. .
voting school areas aid program until and The Congress ------
Is (as It should be) a matterof June 30, 1966; broadening the GENERAL GOVERNMENT Land conservation bill, establishing DEAR ABBY: I am a 14-year-old girl and I
public record, and I certainly program to Include history, Federal, military pay Increase a land andwater con- was wondering if you think It.II fair for a girl'imother Hate to write letters? Send one dollar to Boy Hosts Cubs
feel that to judge he Abby, Box 69700 Los Angeles, Calif, for Abby's
continue to any georgraphy, civics and reading, bills, providing servation fund to permit Statesto a boy by way dreues
constituent Is entitled to know and Increasing student loan raises amounting to $556 mil pay plan, acquire and develop My mother doesn't like a certain boy for that booklet, "HOW TO WRITE LETTERS FOR, ALLOCCASIONS As He Reaches
reason and I don't think it's fair
where his or representative funds by $60 million annually lion for personnel in the executive outdoor recreational facilities ." To
In Congress stood on any and all and the number of graduate fellowships Judicial and legislative and the Federal government to JR. HIGH GIRL e McN. .hl Syi.d.o.1.. In.. !i444 Age JoinBobby
Issuesand why by 6.000 both over athreeyear branches of the government, Including acquire recreation areas, the Brantley celebrated
Here is my report on the fund to be financed from park
Members of
period.Juvenile : Congress, eighth birthday Friday night with
through 1966, but curtailing: price-support system, and set
legislation enacted Into law during admission and user fees and ManReleased
delinquency control and for Increases amounting to Wrong a slumber party given bi his
sales of surplus farm productsto ting up a two-year "certificate
the session of The Congress other
past bill extending through June, $207 million for all active duty sources Poland and Yugoslavia, tightening program" for farmers who mother, Mr. John Brantley Jr.
Colorado River
: Upper projects -
1966, juvenile delinquency and and reserve military personnelwith Invited guests were cub scouts
operation of the food-for. agreed to hold down their wheat
ECONOMIC POLICY control act of two service. as part of the comprehensive of Den 2 Pack 123
youth offenses over years' and to the den Dob-
expanding planting specified levels.Meat
peace program
Tax reduction and reform 19CI l, authorizing $10 million for Space program bills, authorizing development of the Upper Congressional Influence LIVERPOOL, England (UPI) by has been waiting until he was
over import quotas bill directing
bill, reducing personal and curr.ntfI.cal $5.22 Colorado River basin's water Police today sought
the program In the and appropriating activities conducted under the the President to Anthony old enough to join.
corporate tax liabilities by$11 B year and separately authorizing billion (plus a supplemental fund resources. Hoare, 26, who was mistakenlyreleased The boys enjoyed a birthday
billion and making certain a $5 million outlay fora of $28 million) for fiscal 1965 Water resources researchbill law.Wheat Cotton bill, establishing Import quotas whenever Imports from Jail while awalU supper, games, ghost stories,
stru tural changes In tax law. special anti-Juvenile delinquency operations of the National providing Federal grantsto unrelated for of chilled, frozen or fresh ing trial on a theft charge television, a pancake breakfast
Excise tax extension bill extend demonstration projectIn Aeronautics and Space Administration encourage research into water cotton and wheat programs beef, veal, mutton and goat meat Police explained that Hoare and very little sleep
setting a
.ng through next June 30 a Washington, D, C, designed to achieve a resources problems and to ; up threatened to rise 10 per cent was released Instead of Ronald Those attending were Tommy
total of $LO billion In excise Library services bill, providing manned lunar landing before training of water scientists, program es factories provld.UnltedStat-with cotton at or more above the annual average Purvis, 30, an alleged accom. Heck, Mark Barber Bob Mc
levies on various goods and with a view to averting serious puce for whom ball had
for improved library 1970. prices competitive with world of 1959-63 import levels. money Iver, Curt Shirah Greg Cole,
sere c... Alaska water shortages now anticipated been put up. Purvis also
services throughout the nation reconstruction bills, market while was Jeff Hadden Doug Whltmer
Ins rest equalization tax bill, by broadening the 1958 library authorizing $50 million I In by the end of the centruy grower-Income levels through preserving a high WINTER released when the mistake was Mike Ralden. Chuck Pearce,
Imposing a temporary (through services act to permit Federalaid emergency aid to assist In reconstruction Highway construction program HAVEN discovered Johnny and Dann Brantley
196S) retroactive (to July 18, bill, authorizing 81.18bil-
to urban (as well as rural) of public facilities -----------------
1963)) le-7 on purchase by Americans areas and authorizing Federal damaged In the Alaskan earthquake lion in each of fiscal years 1966
of foreign securities for and $23.5 million"to and 1967 for continuation of the
matching grants library help
Securities Act amendmentsbill construction. Alaskan Slate and local governments Federal highway aid program. -
providing new safeguardsfor Indigent l.cal.ld bill, author- In offsetting revenue Airport construction: pro
Investors through tighter izing Federal Judicial circuits losses, and providing for special gram bill, extending through
regulations covering over-the- to establish procedures for providing treatment of federal loanson June 30, 1967, the $75 million
counter transactions, legal counsel for indigents homes or businesses, for annual authorization for Federal .
Debt ceiling Increase bill, accused of federal federal purchase of Alaska stale aid for airport construction IEiUrr
providing for a temporary Increase crimes, but limiting such counsel bonds and for special grants for and modernization.Ship .
( to June 30, 1965 ) to court-appointed private highway, urban renewal and subsidy program bill, IAVICI0
from 1309 billion to$324 billionIn attorneys and /or lawyers furnished Army Engineer harbor projects extending for one year the existing -
the national debt limit. by a bar association or subsidies on construction -
CIVIL BENEFITS legal aid agency National arts council bill, establishing of United States merchant
Clcll rights bill,providing for Veterans benefits bill, revising a 25 member vessels In the United Stales
expansion of Federal power to non serviceconnected national council of the arts and yards,
protect voting rights, for compulsory disability and death pensionsfor putting a $150,000 celling on It. Nuclear materials control i ,a- MORE
Intergratlon of most veterans of World War I, operating co.lI.R.necotlatlon. bill, permitting private ownership e COLLEGE
public accommodations, public World War n and the Korean act extensionbill of nuclear fuels, providing
facilities, and public schools, War and their widows, and In extending the 1951 renegotiation for termination of the govern rsPuopl.Dws EXCmNGIN
and establishing a fair employment addition, reopening for one year of contracts act and ment's program for leasing
practices commission anda such materials, after a transitional RAAVtcToltThay LIIII
the "eligibility of disabled World establishing procedure. by
community relations service. War nand Korean War veteransto / which the government could regain period in which private 1r 0then Tnhrl.loa,,,
Anti-poverty bill, establishing apply for National Service "excessive profits" concerns could either lease or SlacksMWblts FOOTBALL
a three year, ten part pro Life Insurance, charged by private firms hold- purchase nuclear fuels, n >oe COLOR
gram to combat domestic FOREIGN POLICY Ing defense and space contracts West Coast power Intertle j
poverty and authorizing ap Foreign aid extension bllA, and subcontracts bill, authorizing initial construction I
propriatlons of $947.5 million authorizing $3.5 billion, but appropriating NATIONAL SECURITY of the Federal por- TheaAANRr,, 0
for first-year operations only ",15 billion Military procurement bill, tion of a public private IJ"I.5.0...I,_Aron..II 41..) THIS ..
Food stamp bill, authorizing for continued operations of the authorizing $10.8 billion for power Intertle linking the 171 Aq In Natw. -
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I u.n to meet the cost of ex current fiscal year ware and! $6.36 billion for research system with the RCA VICTOR 95 -
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