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 6, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
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System ID: UF00086748:00214
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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THE WEATHER Winter Haven Daily, N ews-Chf f Otrw Th. Capital City Of Of 100 The Lakes Wor',j

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I Chamber Of Commerce '! """P'I. Democrats Now See Quick

Nearina Goal Of 600 .

of. will be built as soon as P',
Alfred Griffin, presiding
floor at the monthly meeting this Is no Urn tor any
of the Board of Directors of up," said BUI Rynerson, t." .

the Commerce Winter, Haven announced Chamber lilt of committee Andy Ireland chairman.talked about Of LBJ

night that the membership now possible coming of the Passage Program
stood around 520. Red Sox tor spring training
Following this announcement Winter Haven. He explained
Marlow Baxter, membership publicity angle In addition to
chairman, said that It now appears Influx of tourists from the -
that Us committee will ton and New England area. "
"" .
make the 600 sought during this specific dates were a"I\o \ >: 1"r 'Health Care
fiscal year. The many lists of Vice-President Griffin "" Russia ChinaTemporarily : ,
prospective members are beIng a report on a meeting he ;
checked at this time and he Davis attended yesterday
said that all would be called noon In St. Petersburg Anti-Poverty
upon during this month. was held by the West f
Glenn Woten, chairman of Trade Area Council, of
the Industrial Development the Polk county cities are r
Committee, said that there are sidered as members. Gets Priority
several prospects that are being The object of this End FeudingMOSCOW
worked on at the present to help all of the cities In

time but to reveal the companies area In the many AL1 WAMtTM.ION\ (ft'l' '>-I"! i 1\\ 0.
would be a direct challenge that confront them about & (1.1P1)) The long iati, leaders, juhilant ,.;or
to some other communityto ways, manufacturing and profound quarrel betweenthe thousent i: i gain In the louse,
try for these same firms. and scores of other things Soviet Union and Commu. t:'3kcc) :forward> today to pas.
The problem of the development could be solved through alit China was smoothed over :lafJ "I' I'reaMont Johnson's
of the Industrial park being effort at least temporarily today) for II 111.1 i, UIZte health care pro.
assigned to a private con The meeting was well celebrations of the 47th atml. rnir't and other prior Irgtala.
cern was turned over to this versary of the Russian revoiu. tier
committee Al Davis, executive lion 'j''y, \ailcrs predicted approv.
Vice- president, said that a ed.Absentee In Washington, the opinion al) t President's plan n:
couple of days ago a man came VoteDoesn't among experts was that the i:hou prbit health" Inauratx foi *Udorn
Into the office and asked that his r visit may lead to a true in persons through :Sot tal:>".
proposition be given consideration. the bitter word battle but nothing alb The program was stalled
He would take over the In tu! Blouse In the last session
problem of locating and filling t. else.They thought It highly unlike.ly tt: n, reas.
the park. Change the visit would result In the Am, "k other bills the leadars
Davis gave the report of the Y slightest narrowing of the wide said would bo scheduled for
Beautification Committee which split between the two Red gl. oaril' .naldoratlon were John
sparked the program for U. S. EAT S POLK'S A ants on basic polli v and strau Ir' Appalachia vclopmentp <
Highway 17 coming Into Winter ReferendumAbsentee III., girl it egy toward the Weal '-:! expanded aid tut tdu.
Haven from Lake Alfred. the ballot voters U. S. officials were as sur. :alien! additional monerr>r do.
Palms and other plantings state had to pried as the rest of the world proud area development IndlUI.th"
have been Installed and paid ballots did when It was announced that Utorallaatlon 01 federal
with To lilt
for through donations of private change the Polk County Chou would head the Chi. houalng aids.
individuals The total bill came on the budget commission the candidates end ness delegation to the eelebra. There also was speculationthat
to over $1,000."This erendum, hit it reduced 2)t !, five ballots tlon of the 47th anniversary of Joitison' In view of Mslandslldi
li a report that I've margin by which the seven feet in the Bolshevik revolution. The election: victor and
been wanting to give to this was defeated.An were required. group arrived In Moscow t. bigger majority In ( on rcss,
body for over 10 yearsWin unofficial count of all Thursday. might unveil additional pro.
ter Haven now has the Polk votes on the propo.al. American authorities assumedthat JUNIOR COLLEGE CONVOCATION-Taking pert In Polk Junior College1 second grams aimed at fulfilling his
County Junior College And we those cast Tuesday and the Council Chou went to Moscow to formal convocation yesterday were Gov Ferris Bryant U. S. Senator Speitsrd L Holland campaign promises i in' createa:
must follow through so that It ..nt.... -.howed the test the attitude of the new and Dr. Fred Lenfettey, college prendent. Gov Bryant flow to the college to speak "Great !Outlety.
Democrats said their rain In
leadership which took uver in :
lost by 255 votes at thou convocationGOP ..
Before the absentee the Kremlin after the ouster of the House was oven bettor than
were counted It had lost Girl Scouts Nlktta Khrushchev.. It appeared at first lance AI.thouC" .
United Fund 1,015. The opinion In authoritative Is the election result if
According to the office of V. S. quarters was that he Is Torn By Phosphate lid sate fur the Iiemo' rats to
supervisor of would find no willingness on 140 far the RcpuMi.am, with
Mrs. Blanche Work, the the part of Russia's new lead. one In doubt five them a bet.
Cites Givers ficial complete vote on Tuesday. ers to abandon the Khrushchev AtRotary tor than 8-to.i margin IP the
measure was JO.I70 a "peaceful coexistence"! lies Bitter Topic Hawse, they taW It cuts still
Battling .
10.71& In favor. 6h Prajnler Aletel \Komi ; .p.
Twenty four employee at that the official count annual meettnv ft toe pans leader LeonidMiev Of the 14 letts nemocrats
Tamp Electric Company much. of Florida Gtr 'Scout! may, however, be anxtaos to lost to the OOP, all but two
gave their "fair share" to the change Meanwhile the figures, the official will be held In Winter lower the noise level between Nl W YORK (('UPI) The a vial fore. In American polktli Club were In the Deep South, where

United Givers Fund of Lake of the votes went on, and next Tuesday evening and Peking and Moscow; I* an ef. battle (in leadership of the bad. "Mss.ltIf.. Nixon'i latest maneuver Republicans' wilt be replacing
Region Red Cross Campaign Work said it would probably principal speaker will be tort 10 avoid further fractures ly battered Republican party calculated to advance William ... Stephenson, community Democrats who usual! olod
In 1964 and have been completed late today. Russell B. Carson of Ft In the Communist world. was on today with the first la hardly RockefellersaW.Tne relations coordinator with the COP anyway. Hut the
presented with buttons. ., Region IV chair Premier Chou En-lal was one major sstfc In the struggle this effort, said It win the for American CyenamM Co., 47 cede the Democrats took
'Fair Share" Is s minimumof and member of the Girl of me wend Communist' leaderson fired by torWer Vie President nomination governor of the OoWwater. told Rotarlans yesterday of thetrem.ndll' from the RepuMlcana mainly
one hour's pay I month for national board. t h. guest list for a rally Richard M.. fflxon and Oov. Miller ticket that divided theRftptlbllr.an progress the phos represented liberal replace.
12 month approximatelysixtenthi Foils affair will be held In the later today at the Palace of Nelson A. _breUer. severely pfcate companies had made la moots for eonservtllvr ant.reaemen. .
the two party "ao
The between
Mishap breach .
I t Presbyterian Church I
of cent of Congresses In Moscow. Re. recent years In reclaiming mln
one per Miter rivals for the 001' that dospita the efforts of
at 7 Reservations HUM, Democratic atraleglsts noted
p.m. Chou walked out on Sovut ed-over land.
their total earnings be made by today. Premier. _kita I. Khrushchev presidential la 1900, publican state organttatleflatlkoNow The speaker said that homes that In general It was the right
The Tampa Electric employei ... was widened Thursday by a York, the nation rejected the that suffered
.. for the dinner will In that very hall three year are being built, shopping con wing of OOP
who "fair share"given Mars ProbeCAPE theirrespective the national ticket by wryr.ee.denied '
were Scout Senior transatlantic exchange on moat from the Johnson land.
Troops ago. That..u the puMlc fee. teas are going up, golf courses
are: L. A. Bohinnon. 40. the roles In the 1904 pluralities sliils. Liberal and moderate Rte
uf fflmvSovlet
ginning dis. ... Utter about and recreation areas are being
Elmo Bennett. T. L. Jones KENNEDY (UPI) program will be "Steps puts campaign. Rockefeller lead. built over the areas that were publicans nItlytIll!\ their
Jr D. E. March H. W Mott la a news conference Thurs. the defeat of "outstanding eats
The United States, thwarted In which those Chou's presence In Moscow formerly phosphate, mines
R. L. Parker, J. D. Paulk, S. a freak mishap in Us first part will be Mrs. Char would have been unthinkable a day Nixon\ wrote off Rockefeller. ers like Kenneth Robert Tan Keeling Jr. ((of "The Industry has been performing -
V Bas L. C. Brayton W C. tempt to explore Mars, Link of Ocala, Carolyn month ago. But slue then as a possible COP leader because Ohio New ),York) and Charles Percy this plsstle surgery In rORII DTRUK
Bazemore. D. D. Fowler W. readied another Mariner : of Winter Haven, Khrushchev has been fired. he "sal out" the presUdentlal (Of 1U11IOI.>." In the Johnson the Central Florida phosphate
L Ilarbia, J. C Later R 0. for the same .. Am Richardson of Dewey Chou and the new Soviet lead. race. landslide fields for more thaa '70 years, DETROIT (UPI J MUtsd
J. R Hills, Susan Rybinsk of ers want to test each other's He accused Rockefeller of be.
Mathews, C. W. Miller. lion. Ho called on Republicans to but the reclamation project as Auto Workers Union employs
divider" of
Mills, T B Montoya, D. L. Mariner 1 died late Thur and Tiffany Middle ton mettle.C ing the "principal return to the principles on such, was started In the1S30's si nm. Ford Motor rb plants
about nine hours Mrs. J. J. Spark- h I D" s e foreign Minister. the OOP during the campaign .
Pace J. D. Poole W. M night, which. the GOP was tounrtwi said '''ph"IOO.The around the country walked off
said the New York
Price J. B. Singletary. G. W. launch, despite the last-ditch .will be narrator. Chen Yl remarked in Algiers awl had hi. "pound goer.nor of and upon which the ".Jitepublt.eall mining process to brief the Job today when company
forts of a team of scientists business meeting will Thursday that Khrushchev's is around a sort of matrix
and America and
Toole, R A Umphreyvflle. nosh" out of Goidwater's de.fat. party union bargainers failed to
and R H Weed. revive the complex, S election. and and Installation downfall. has opened up achieved greatness." with sand and clay In sboul e<|ualproportions. put together plant levI workIng. .
spacecraft.The: members "new possibilities for the Improvement
former There is an overburden
'Fair .har, giving insures peaking more geotlt, agreements
the who are support ship's twin, Mariner Mrs Robert Eastman of relations between "It's a rule of politics thai President Dwlfhl D. Wseiihow.or on tup of this matrix
of the "
ed by the United Fund of having sits atop another nominating Moscow and Peking. those who do not participate In said the GOP "bad been hurt thai is from !5 I to 40 toot and Ken Bsnnon. director of the
render rocket ready for launch The Chinese have Indicated the campaign .cannot be lead keg not wrecked. He said the meet be removed before the UAW Ford department
tufficent funds to ed within two weeks. will be by the Rev, they would like to solidify the
ers," Nixon said. "He can't be GOP must rid Itself of the"false phosphate hit be .mined. charged that "tom'" hi". hip
the wrvlces required by the .
The lll-fated probe, Farrow, associate pas world Communist from against
a leader. H* must be one of Image" that It was fee In Ittt Coronet Phosckala Ford and the *
of Greater Winter the First poaod il < onvpony
communities .
to take 22 pictures of "" Presbyterian "U.S. Imperialism.. the soldiers In the unification party "for the rich and prlrt 00., nowRmlth-DouilsssCarp., '
Auburndale. Lake lead But the Soviet leaders s (allure to implementthe
Hiven ous Mars and help new of the party lend" ," built a golf Bourse near Plant
Alfred Eagle Lake. Eloise it way for future space ship Joe JC, Hays, president, (Continued On Page It, (;01. it "Wh n you have disagree. tsmhower tout the next Re. ltv on reclaimed land. In '11I 7Irlornatlonal umr plant .kv I itandards
was pointed out by Albert (Continued Oa Page 8, Cot "' meat with the party," Mann Minors and at different locations was
Griffin president added "you can't be a spoilsport (Continued (M rage I, 'oi u) (Continued Oa Page I. Cot. 1) IIIf'l'! wrong is sac bo,
..... .. Local Business feet."
', < or drag your
...",.... ",.. la Madrid, whore he was vs.

catlonlAg with his wife, Rorke.
feller branded. Manna charges
College Is Sold as a "poovisb poaUeloctlon ut.
terance (wtiirn) has unfortunate
ly become typical of Mr NtIt --.
yiid's .. bet,., Mr. and Mrs. Wtlllard L, Is neither factual nor con ,
Jones of Lansdsle, Pa, have struct!ve." T
purchased the Winter Haven Rockefeller said It was time
+ Buslosss Collar and have begun for the GOP to rebuild Itself aa
operation of the school,
e1A. Mrs. Lee F. Mftrgaa, former ,
owner and director, announced Directors Meet j ? -
to*y, arr
Jones graduated from Temple At Red Cross

University, Philadelphia,
and received bis master's ... Next Tuesday
gre U business administration

In >'1$. The Board of Directors erf the
He U a tormer lllOClaleprofll.or a ef
Winter Hans Cbaptar, American -'
', of business" administration
Rod Cross, will bold Its
j 1z7 at AmarDlO College, regular November .mooring

Amarillo, Tex. Tuesday at 4oclock at chapter
," Mrs. JOMS graduated from Uufcaiirtors, M Finn SL,, NW
,.. Wtsthrop College to Rock Hill, Oa the agon* will be a lull
I, too. with a B. f. degree report of the tralntc program
d .to business administration.Mrs. Invotrlnc now Red Cross ml'
) Morgan has not aa- ......ra i led W bees gads::
ovneed few plans bar the Ware.KO ad during OM last sever alt. a f
There also win be a dls-
mission ar.ceouyadotd rogOoa
f1IC>>TLUF.UJ'C 111.llou ahoIt.iIhIIIc the eeelgrw. ,

y .. ) (\.., )-TN nor. -Ora, LadlM", U favor
slag lewporahire bulletin from of "Americas Rod Cross" vol.ttteers. \
A A Lakeland Weather Boreas The general accept
forecast bar aontaawUr Flo. lace of OM now designation! _
rids toe lantgM and Saturday: has bin lavoraMo, according
rail and M14. Pateftv early to Mrs. HuMa class eic .Uve 1 '
.... morning log. Lowest tempera.tare director of tbo Cfcapter.the saidaba ..

TAMPA ELECTRIC EMPLOYES CITEft-United Given Fend hat ,.c. _..4 24 e.vpl SataMsy overling ructAr was more ttaa svrprteeato
.oirt d. fee from NTs northern districts MSo's fcavw somo vduntners to observe PISTOL COM ET'TrON( WINNER- ry Manages C';M R' <>,, 'I.ft. presents a pit-
of Tampa Electric C.. It 'fair! share' giver-.n kow's pay a a year thai know
eyes ( southon dUtrtcU they lever S t. Goes f C the month pistol qualifying
tel t. .rdt let havina the t
rf highest icoro n
United Fend it shown. with reprse"tafiveI rw groupsf Mae ,.
Merry Carroty, left lecretery, Fore teffperarare etrtlookKc ,- thai 'C ,taOios"wore
'HEW U... aril rso : re/ of aH Winter Haven police oMir.ert, O<'fi ,01 'oi-.n: ,ollins, most improvedmarkjmaa
itewerd of ssj
employs s* honored: a.*., UmpkreyvB. chief f1 Jet danger ttroag Man.s Integral part of fee Rod
hold the Chief 5m,,Jh ill ....
... pistol lie wax Police ; Muntey
Lane ...../1"... dUtribntion engineer. wHo repre.**ted the wsoegewenf :

Friday November b I ;. :

First ChristianChurch : ;': '.: ::;': M, : ; ;, (' ,:," )" .''t';. : LeRoy's Moves 1

Slates Store Into

Six CoursesA New Quarters

County wide Leadership .ar'.reRlNleiri l iWlletdltl NrrxAS R LeRoy's Appliance) Sales and
Training School for Christian Service hM moved from down- 1v >,
Churches (Disciples of Christ) town to Meter and more con-
will begin Sunday al 7 p.m. ji venient quarters at 187 Cypress
the Winter Haven First Clmv.i Garden Road, across from the
than Church, the Rev. James \. new shopping center.

Barnett pastor, announce"I i i,,. LeRoy's, which la operatedby I

day.Six Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cries,
courses will be taught on had been located on Third Si.
each of the next four Sunda- for two-and-one-half years
evenings by the mlnlstei s '01 prior to moving to the new
the four Christian Churches 'or location two weeks ago.
Polk County and by two local LeRoy's features a completeline t 'rt vp Rr

women. Sessions will be held for of Westinghouse appliances
two hours each Sunday ntrht from refrigerators,

through: Nov. 29. washers, dryers, ranges, to ..
Any members of Christian stereos, color television, "In-
Churches and other denominations .
-- -
stanl-on" television, air conditioners -
may still enroll, the Rev. and floor polishers,
Mr. Barnett stressed today.Materials > DOCK STRIKE? No, Just temporary postponement of the construction of the AuburndaU to smaller appliances such as
used for study in nearlyall fishing pier, which Is being built on Lake Lena. City Manager Bruce Conova said another section toasters and coffee pots.A .
of the courses being offered of the dock pilings may be put In the water before winter, but the actual completion of the dock complete service depart
will be applicable In most de. probably won't be until next summer. The pier Is being built by the Jaycees with materials ment Is another feature of Le-
nominations. supplied by the city.Presbyterta.
Roy' Before going Into business
Courses and the Instructors for himself, Cries was

Include"The:Meaning of Church Membership I I It' service television manager dealer.The for a local -

," the Rev Mr. Harriett. :
"Teaching and Working with rw.r i Road was move made Cypress partly Gardens becauseof NEW LOCATION Lee Roy's Appliance Sales and Service has moved to this spacious new I
building located on Cypress Gardens Road.
Children In the Church, Mrs. the larger building where
William Foster of Winter Ha Church Slates more merchandise could be displayed -

ven. and partly because of Actress I IWJ'
"Teaching and Working" With the Increased parking space Reventlow To Wed
Youth In the Church, Mrs. Del

Ward"Winning of Winter Others Haven.to Christ" Member CheckA Lake 7T LOS ANGELES, Calif. marry 19year.old actress
RegionScouts Reventlow Cheryl Holdrldge Sunday.
(a course of "Evangelism: In the (UPI) Lance ,
Local Church"), the Rev. J. W. new approach to the ar' I sportsman son of dime store Reventlow, 28, previously
Cate of the Haines City Christian 'Every Member Canvass"will heiress Barbara Hutton, will married to actress Jill St.John.
Miss Mutton will not alien
Church be made at the First Feted
"Introduction to the Bible," Presbyterian Church next Leave For Talks because her doctors In Paris
the Rev. Darrell Joachim of the have forbidden her to make thelong
Sunday, it was announced by trip from Europe
Lakeland WASHINGTON (UPO-Chalr-
First I Christian
the pastor, the Rev. James R. ,.t t ) The couple will reside in
Church. tr man t William Fulbrlght of an
At DoorThe
Blackwood r
"History of Our Brother. Senate Foreign Relations Com English country-style home on<
hood," the Rev. T. Morgan Hill Pledge nrd have already mutes and William R. Tyler, 2V acres of land In Benedict

of the Bartow First Christian !been milled to members ........... p.. Lake Region Boy Scout assistant secretary of state for Canyon. The house, with flvo
Church. These will be brought to the district "Open Door" dinner European affairs, left Thursday bedrooms, six baths and a
church at either the 8:30: or 11 was held at the Morrison's for Yugoslavia. They will signa swimming pool, was a weddlnr
s.m. service, and will be dedicated Cafeteria banquet room with a new cultural exchange agreement gift from Miss Hutton.
Unitarians SetVeteran's after the sermon in an Urge attendance of representatives with that country and
act of thanksgiving he laid. of Interested groups. hold talks with Yugoslav offi SHOP IN INTER: IM\E.S

Day The sermon will not be The purpose of the dinner cials.
aimed at getting members to :: was to present, the scouting
MemorialA w. program to representatives of ---
"UD their pledge, an cards : Cook-out, mom-style
will be made out In advance various Institutions and civic REV R. H. MALCOLM
Veteran's Day Memorial with solicitor prE'II'nt.The organizations and to show them
Service will be held next Sun service Is how scouting might fit Into their ( tI
dedicatory anew
day at 10 arn. by the Lake youth programs. Rev. MalcolmAt
Region CnltarlanUnlversallstFellowship approach for the church Attending the dinner were
it 3140 Troy Ave., Two years ago, canvassers representatives from Lena
Lakeland.The made a house to house visita Vista Methodist Church, Eastside -
lion Last year there were Baptist Church of Haines SouthsideFor
speaker, Dr. Nelson four dinner in one week, with City, the Coast Guard auxiliary
Hoffman of the History Department -
members Invited! attend -
to one Ib"1. of Winter Haven, Lena Vista
of Florida Southern College -
of them, and to make their PTA Lion's Club of Haines *-
"American, has chosen Heritage as his Record subject of, pledges to an hour of worship. .:. City,,Caldwell PTA, Hope Pres- 24 YearsThe look I I for I the 2odfifi I arches. McDonald's I I

World War I." Next year, the approach will byterian Church,Wahneta Community C* t> ** S' A**. 0. N.W N H *rt H t l

be different again. (* YTNNER AND LOSLR: When the Winter craven Police Department League, First Christian
Visitors are Invited to attend Three mailings'ere' sent sold mere tickets to the benefit Turks Shoot scheduled Church of Winter Haven and the Rev. R. K. Malcolm will
the service and to remain afterward out lath I month, centering the Saturday and ounday at the Winter Haven ',lent and Trap Club First Baptist Church of Halnes observe.oI (( jth>rmlvtrsir\
for coffee on the patio. theme 'When I Am Lifted than the club did, Rot Moore had to paofl\ wheeling Chiefof City.The pastor the Southside Baptist
Detectives cub scout portion of the Church on Sunday. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCHerh
Dp with the Star Press doIng Damp Rogers throurh rnldtownosterday afternoon The Rev Mr. Malcolm, who
ra> allnrr5E In wheelbarrow l.ventt.! begin both daHi scouting program was graphically
the printing/ of the leaflets a : p.m and the public Is often called the dean of Bap-
portrayed by a tableau In
Is Invited.
which Mrs. Melba Roggen, den list pastors In Winter Haven ft "AM Ave., N.W.
Challis Marshall Member of the church have. mother, demonstrated handicraft because of his long servicehe A WIDE AWAKE
adopted a 1965 budget of $110 to Cub Mike Kraxburgerwhile has been pastor longer than
f.r ail year STAn rUM 020, only 131 more than last General Telephone Honors a tape recorded voice outlined any other Baptist minister In SUNDAY SCHOOL
10:00 A.M.
AUTO y..arIn the program.AS the areatook over the pastorate :

LIFE ...&.. 1965. however there will the voice continued with In 1940, four years after
6 FIRE be major capital funds of the Scout the church was organized.
aD a s description Boy Sermon Subject r
lens ass INSUSANCI I campaign The congregation Local Employes At Dinner portion of the program, the There will be an old-fashlon- This Sunday a
"dinner the grounds"after
hat approved a building pro- spotlight swltcl xi to a tableauof
the morning service 11:00 A..... "THE GLORY
scout andIs scoutmaster -
251 Magnetic Ave. S.W. iiram The present structure.built General Telephone Companyof years; M, L. Thompson, L.V. a The congregation and the pastor OF HIS'RESENCE'
In 1926 and enlarged In Florida honored Its Winter King, II. W, Krause L. J. studying Join In an Invitation for aUto
Air.ii Iran licking l"nk 19S2 needs to be enlarged Haven employes at Us annual Lalche, M. E. Miller, K. E. Pleter Sakko and his son attend 7:10: '.M. GUEST i
Phone 294.4256 again to meet the needs of the service award dinner held at Rawls and O. A. Storey, 15 Mike of Troop 121 wert featured SHAKER
hurchv, educational work the Lakeland Yacht Club last years; C. B. Castles, Jr., M.C. In this skit. MADRID R.... W. O.
: Andrews '. Rockefeller Ethrid' .
night. Osborn and J. L. Woodard, 10 Next were Oakley ,
Explorer advisor of Post 121, replying to Nixon's comments: St. Au,ntl".,
Awards for service totaled years N, Hawkins, 5
; years
For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139 200 years.Employe. The General Telephone Company and his son Richard examininga "This !kind of peevish post. Florid REV R. HODGES
science project as the vole election utterance has unfortu.
: earning a service Chorus and a combo com- .AJTOtn.i.4
award during the past year posed of employes provided the explained the Explorer: portion nately"become typical of Mr.

I were Invited to the dinner,along entertainment for the evening of the scouting program. Nixon.

with husbands and wives, I. .---. . r . . . . . . . .
Those receiving service

Bagwell Building Supply RI"R:;a ge awards Thomas were, and J.G. T.L.:: Cook Wilson, L.M., 20 Air ServiceHead ; BE :

SPERLING'S s OUTLET Flannel irls' SpeaksA 1 mE!: '/ !

310 AVENUE A N.W. 1 88
Pajamas representative of the second as
eteT coos no CI" onus iP"e.ee III",ys M.5' W.et largest aerial application ,

company In the country, William .
DISCOUNT SPECIALS CONTINUE Vests Warren of Lakeland, with Air a
Florida, was the speaker at the II
NFO NFO Washable ...1 end $1 Lake Alfred Lions Club meeting 1
OF THRIFTY SHOPPERS .bare. She. IS toIa. last night
al'. UI 1 II

2,000 YDS. OF YARD GOODS His comapny has IT helicopters I
CHILDRIN'S CORDUROY and planes, Its business 110 Cost 1
Cotton Vollle LATEWn; TE S HOODED JACKETS being to spray citrus trees and 1
AND .r
Tricot Magic Crepe LATESTCSSHAADES other farm and orchard crops, 1 I
Crept Fort.1 and for rescue wort, fire fightIng -
Shoetoag Arn'l All At One 50 tined 2.65 and aerial photography 1 I

Pongee Ac.tat.loyon Low Price Yd 1 Tfo7offoUier
James Ttlford, president,
TNI THlnso.... presided. He announced that 1 ,
BIRDSEYE Baby Blankets cNILDLDIEN'S Saturday, Nov. 21, is the date
tot the annual Gas-O-Rama,
DIAPERS IIIACON CAPRI SETS which will be In operation fromI Witli, the MINIMUM,
a.m. to I p.m., at the Vernon 1

Regular Mincey super TeltStattcn,Hwy BALANCE I
6 1.00 2.00 NFO S2 7a and Halnes Blvd. Safety
for 36aSO
S3.9R lights will te sold at the same 1
time, and prizes will consist oft j PROGRAM I

INFANT IOYS' AND G'ILS'' SHIRTS transistor radio, gasoline and
Ion AND tree car wash.Committee .
chairmen named 2
Cotton SOMI ULUIS TO t.+f
100' were General, James Cox and ACCOUNWHEN s I
andAcrylic JooQ PI 1 00 Otn. Price 1.00 Don Robinson; advertising and E
Nylon' posters Tom Griffin favors, -M--N-A-T-E-O'
I Van Brian; public address system I
lOTS' 10YS' 200 LADIES SLIPS Jesse Johnson. 1 A MINIMUM BALANCECF$300 1


1 .00 Uned NFO 1 o 88 Ow I.,.Price 4.DO 2.00 WILLIAM DD.S.E. SCHMIDT I NUMBER OF CHECKS YOU WRITE /v"*. j

I .-.... sale 1
MOlly More Item Too Nuaoas T. MeatioNNFO lxi Rank Senic.AI I
she .I.eie! el hit;
I FOR THRIFTY SHOPPERS meaei "Ho Fancy OwerltHcl" + Dcay, Too! 1
I .ffi.. for tile I
CONSISTING 1015'aONiN Practice of DentUtry I r r. -r.. ,
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101LiD. 10M. VALUES TO I.... SUPER OUTLET . . &anh of Commerce
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/It.tf SOARING This Is one of more than a dozen gliders that will l Am rlca. The sail-plane owned by Lenox Flight School at theRartow
converge on iebrlrs tomorrow ard ...und; for the all soaringmeet I Air Base "i- i i.inc flown by Victor Sharp of Tampa' who
of the south Florida chapter of the ,oaring oletuf. will participate! In the Sebrlnc meet
MOSTLY FAIR -- Most of the nation will have clear skies and somewhat cooler temperatures
today. Rain Is forecast for the Pacific Northwest and the Gulf States, the Central Plains
and parts of the Southwest. A cold front extending from the Great Lakes Into New Mexico will Ox Escapes Slaughterhouse British Honor War Dead
drop temperatures the Great Lakes across the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys Into the South .
west. Another cold front extending from New York down the Atlantic coast will drop temperatures JOHANNESBURG, Sou '. LONDON (UFO-l.onikin .illobserve \ Queen Elisabeth H will place \IrIeehAl.' et1revJ .
I h ell) main street. F 0 ui opersons
border. two minutes 'I| olmire a wreath at the British .
as far South u the Florida-Georgia Africa (UPI-An War 1I'Nh'tOWN'OWN "
ox escaped were injured Including ,,
Horn a slaughterhouse Sunday tll honor HluichHers >!I. Menini, i al near the Houses of \! SOU'N" nuemdse ....
Thursday an elderly woman wh'U .,
LOCAL OUTLOOKFair SHOP IN UIMER IUM.N: who died< Florida Zones and 1<'harmed. : down this ,)red.
through tomorrow. WIU---
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High today 80 to 85. Low tonight
Panhandle 58 to 65. North and
Partly cloudy and mild today northeast winds 8 to 15 miles
tonight and Saturday per hour.
High today 75 to 80. low tonight
14 to 60. Easterly winds
8 to 18 miles per hour. TemperaturesBy
Fair weather through Satur United Press International
day. High today 78 to 82, low
tonight 41 to 52. Winds north
through east S to 10 miles per Low High
hour. Albuquerque n 57 Use Your
NorthwestFair Atlanta 4'7 76 1
weather through Saturday Birmingham 43 15 Charge Account
High: today around 80, Boston 44 55
low tonight in the 50's. Winds Chicago 42 55
north through east 5 to 10 Cleveland 44 55
Denver 32 65
miles hour.
Northeast Detroit 35 60Jacksonville "State Pride"
54 18
Fair weather through Satur-
Kansas City 49 e4
day. around 78,
High today
Loa Angeles 62 85
low tonight near 60 on the Miami 67 82
beaches to 50 inland. Winds Miami Beach 15 19 s Soft
north through northeast S to Twin Cities 40 44 ;
15 miles per hour New' Orleans 65 80 Cologne Bouif e % Bath Towels
Central New' York 45 62 .
Fair weather through Saturday Orlando 63 II i pAfter -
High today 80 to 85, low Philadelphia 48 62
tonight 58 to 65. North and Phoenix U 81
northeast winds 8 to 15 miles Raleigh 4'7 14 Shave S SO Tricot Body, All-Over; Lace, i Solid Colon end Coordinating Stripes
per hour St. Louie 3'7 66 4-Oz Buttle. f
San Francisco 51 15
South BathCologne
Policed Cotton Undershirt

Fair. High weather today through 82, low Saturday tonight Seattle Tampa Washington 42 46 58 48 15 83 S 3 00 SIZES 4.12 : ::: Towels 2 for $1 1.00

low 70'. on the beaches Bottle

and to east 60'.winds inland.8 to.Northeast 15 miles 4Aofl' Bottl'h $200 I Hand

per tour. Keys October Busy te are S3.50 Eegularty$4.00. NO' Towels 3 for $1 .00

Fair weather through Saturday 80x. Bottle l
High today low 80'i, low
tonight! 70 to 75 Northeasterly Month For Wash
winds 10 to 15 miles per Cologne) $4 SO \ \ ... 6 for51.00
hour. t.Of Bottle ____ Cloths .

Polk SheriffThe
New Telephone MA.MEN'S

Polk County Sheriff's ,, .
Directories To
office handled 753 cases during Super Soft 'Baby B'
October, solving 878 of them, % '
according to a report released 2l 20x40
today I by Sheriff Monroe rlll.-.
telephone directories for $nrt Slecwe *
Winter Haven customers will b. nen.Leading the list was larceny, / PRINTED
delivered beginning next Tuesday with (3 cues reported and 29 GAUZEDIAPERS
according: to R. H. John solved There were 58 burglaries DRESS SHIRTS
son, district commercial manager with 14 solved.Auto theft
of General Telephone accounted for 20 complaints
Company of Florida. during the month, with 14 cases CORDUROY
More than 16,500 directorieswill cleared up, and there was one "% Dacron Polyester IS" CoMon
asa of citrus theft. I
be distributed, which will I
require four to five days. There were no murders dur J SIZES I IS to( I 17 ,
tug the month, but the sheriff'soffice
Johnson cautioned customersto handled ill cases involving Dozen
be sure and look up the number suicide, manslaughter and Reg. $2.99 NOW I
In the new directory before other deaths. NOW $ 04 88CYd.
dialing, since some nllmbers There were 13 cases of aggravated 2
will be changed.The small assault, 11 clearedup for / J
amount of time It takes to look nine other assaults with all 00
up the number will save many but one solved; four sex offenses
wrong numbers being calledbe with one solved;and two 2 5
While with;
said cases for rape. Moafly
There 36 Vi1ui 10 = i'29
were missing persons Some Colors ;
Any subscriber who baa not reported, and 25 found by NOW DOl.
received the new directory by the end of the month. The department
I NOT.' 16 should( call the telephone answered Inquiries
business office. tober.from other agencies during Oc-:

Starts Sunday "itCKET with Richerd BurtonA
Group of Young LADIES'
I friend' .( ml*. tU: kit Ml bus ..* eel
'M4...,Mtr'i ,),r1t4 r."'.f hettek ee, end
My ...'. breed .<,i., H .H," Dress Shirts LADIES' Cashmere Coats


OPEN 12:45 P.M. eo.tllI...s Sfewi from 1:00 P..... F GLOVES \ si..iun

SUNDAY md SATURDAY by Famous Top Maker $ 00 ....nf,iv Tn.r.dMen's
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So dlStrtpes. Cotton Oxfords C... ter Liege I" 100'1. C..h".r. $3900

"' J New Shawl? I Array 0' C.IO'. REG. $45.00


Ml 100: I:10 I.4S ':4' flog ,.... Reg. satmoo Dacron, f ylon, CottonLadies'
SAT, .MO I Ito: Ito: rob *>:10'''.
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Handkerchiefs 2 S500
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Red, Heck.' Pink i I
White, Beige, Hue
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tattas lliaaa.taral Johnson's nomination, kr ,I'

Winter Haven Daily News-Chief president, Rauh, still steaks

Today'sCommentary Washington WindowBy for ADA, said:
- Project Alert "The nomination.', ,
W. t. ftrNMSON. Ui.rfeWM. ., ( IIX"
JOHN w. KYNMSON. AM!**..* rfc. ,vet.*..** to be a disaster In :NG\M T' 1 T
--- --- - but more Important In
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'.With1. dally UM*** S.hd.y1 I .k.* t.tar WlMw H... MAJOR AL LYLE WILSON will be keeping themselves instep Ion, Is that It throws 'Ioil'iPlI,>"
.WItWtot C.. Uc. Iti lr,l $...... N.W.. WI.., Man. JIeori4. By LONG, USAR Ret United Press International with each other.
- --- President Johnson ud Vice The political lore. ffsJr be. en.arty '

CHAUEI--AOSHOtN- .- .- .- ...,., ......"Of Analyst Presidesteleti Hubert H. Hwwphrey tween Tea favorite MO and ful platform." '.

JACK KAHAN ......... WIt!M By PHIL NEW80MUP are on their own now In the sweetheart of Americansfor Times have changod I i KJ l
-.- -- THE WHUtLWDIO threats win fool the Christian command of a vast ml d.1.I\I. Democratic Action (ADA) U ., .
Foreign News Analyst In his own right a s r. ,
PETER J. SULLIVAN' A/v.dhahq ......*" peopl. form army ranging from Henry a very recent t thing. LBJ dad now
_._ Onee more the feeling U that heart of ADA. but :
Free. Preettent. Charles deI. "For tiller .have sovnite wlad, Twenty-Ms: mullet coaMrra- Ford It's high fashion tailoringto gled Humphrey on the hook of
NATIONAL AOVHtmiMCSka atHHTATlYI policy areas In Whlt .
are ;I'
.... I OMns .. .. .ad they stall reap the whirl live vote were CMtTweedty for Walter P. Heather's simple hope for weeks before the Dem.
A.auld. Inc. CMt|*. HIl U up to ..... T egndlen evitably, the President and! 't 1.
___ wind: It bath no stalk: tile bud Senator Gokhraier and 41 mil working clothes ocratic National Convention.
U what?
.ln,4 at s.c..** C1... Matt Matter $10. '. "14 .. .... Peas 0H. A ,of lull yield no meals if so be it lion for Johnson-Humphrey. Conservative Marching in the Johnson. When Johnson finally picked vice president-elect must '
to w;..., Ha.. .., *fciMa. ....., ... .l ......11 2, 1 117' wggest pate that De maters OaoUe to is Paris about yield, the strangers tall swallow vote are to be reckoned Humphrey army are most vot. him for veep, he explained: .of One government of these spemiinr Is in tt.
--- -- --y-- -- area
1. with in the future.Tbe leg Negroes most racial and
It Hoses. Vm. ,
"?.. reedy to pull out of the North up. "I picked Humphrey because Johnson moved quick! '. U-
'+ Otto > next four months will other splinter and mem.
MtMIEft" AUDIT lURfAU Possibly Congressman groups .
AUajtttc Tr* AUUnce in and alter
; ty Judgment Dec.mber..Januar to estath
E. '.......( )ItllCoacr.....- prow Just vet the President ere of labor unions of all kinds "
1e (NATO) and the Mutation with leaders all for .
\ I Of CIRCULATIONS checking over a reputation economy al tt.,
aI District at LouUtaM. made stands for Win be take any except perhaps "Jimmy Hofta'fteamsters.
Common Market, either or the country I was convinced of the budget
expense plann.-"
... this BIMe qtIOt8tIDa.or.*clear kind of a stMd In support of our Also U the line of
._ _. bottu that he would be the best man by the late President John !
--- 'i when bt staled M November CoMtttuttM, retaining the word march are tens of thousands of
MEMIER Washington dispatches say to be president. If anything Kennedy.
Issue of eta "Our term Ood on oar cotes, In the loyalty Republicans Including some
Activ* M.mkar UNITED MISS 'NATIONALNATIONAL that the United States expects AIM happened to ...."
tDITORIALASSOCIATION Tk. U.HJ Pr." I It a-Mla1 I.h.. at.. a major crisis to erupt at about of fmwnunwrt, M ere*** .by oMIt and prayer In our schools? COP fat eats. That statement was an all.

f., r.pybllcaia- al latal *... "ni t,. the time of the NATO minister our Founding Fathers, maAtsMs HI* stand will .have a lot to do The JohnsoffeHumphrey preb. out endorsement. of the plat.

l"*4 .4 I I. .hi.l ; *...*.,., .. well .. all Uh,I al council meeting la Paris on nation greet free tad. wealthy with the! nature of our nation lam will be how to keep the form of ADA of which Hum. Memories
.. N.w.0sp.eth.aADVERTISING Dee II.Tht Incentive ereata' Initiative, and tine very live of all of us. varying elements of their army
pbrey has been
---- --- speculation and the and a combination of the two..* John Q. Public Is anxlousl) in step with each other Ana*. a principal are 20 YEARS AGO
DEADLINE ru. ehttect. There probably are
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT mora all boll down to the same liven u* what we now have. It watching and waiting er Johnson-Humphrey problem many thousands of persons who Franklin Roosevelt got Winter .

ly the Wr..' I P.M. 1'.1... D.,. ly Ik. Inch: J ,..... Pr.,i..l D.,. thing, namely, that: must not be replaced: with a -- voted for Johnson this week Haven by 599 majority

L.l' Natic.ii I PM. Pr.v.i.; .. D.,. S....., Edt; ; Da.aHina' Friday. De Gaulle Is more than ever socialistic form of government who hope and believe that deep votes 2,567 voters took part in

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: convinced that Britain Is not which destroys, or greatly are The Lighter SideWASHINGTON In his heart. the President Is no the election held here
S....., EeMi** -I P.M. Th......,: ........, EeU.ii 1 ,..... Friday; ready for political onion with rests, Initiative and incentive" ADAer but the contrary 10 YEARS AGO
on ,
TuaJ.y Ed.fie -Ne.. Saturday; W.dM.d.y, Th......, .... Friday the continent and Lyndon &.10.. Johnson U our
Edit.-, _1 P.M.. T.. 0.,. i I. Ad...c*. that there Is :duly elected President and must (UPI-I haftdl'CO'Vf1'ed any limits to decency? Appar. more of a conservative man. The American Legion Auto
an Anglo-American conspiracyto When LJB the Demo
-- -- -- sought mobile Tat Agency had Issueda
within the few
Member Southern N.....,.r Pykliifcan Au., .,.- retain sway over Western be respected as such by all weeks that we have la this ently this r.vence-mlld Yankeebelieves cratic presidential nomination total of 17.334 driven Uc
...."' "., Flarida P.... A..ci.ti. Europe.De American, After the assassin- that enlistment of this la 1MO, Humphrey's fellow l in the
country a hard core of resist. dear eases Winter Haven
-- Gaulle tlon of President Kennedy, Johnson sweet southern lady in
SUISCRIPTION, RATES Is disappointed at rtaJttfuUy assumed the office ance to okra. the Okra crusade would sabo founder of ADA, Joseph L. area during the preceding ill(
results of the .
ly Carriar *r Mil Frencb.Cier.man of President. He inherited all Hits shocking state of affairs tage the entire venture. Rash Jr. of Washington, D.C., months and during the tame

T..,. $1120" ; i ", ...h.. 1.10; I ", ...th., {..11: I ...th. $1.11; accord signed two years the one-worM-soclallct: cabinet became apparent to me In the denounced Johnson in this period issued a total of lft.,012

wlily, )l C.-TI.. Si.. &. Ca.iat I: Dily. I.._catt_ !;...Sunday 10 ..(.... ago and Irritated by West Ger. members and advisers selectedby letters I received regarding my Actually, of course, the love sharp language: automobile tagi.
man refusal to lower grain recent report on a new organl.latlon of okra Is u old as history and "He Is a conservative, antt.elvll.rllbta .
TELEPHONE the (ADA) Americans for 5 YEARS AGO
CYpren)2111A prices according to the Com.
called the Okra Instituteof knows no boundaries. Okra de. gasandolUenator.
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Democratic Action and the first real cold
The weatherof
mon Market schedule America. votlon Is as endless and deep He has supported all of the ma.
De Gaulle continues to op. (CFR) Council on Foreign Rela Most endorsed the Institute's u the ocean. jor antUabor legislation enact.ed the season was scheduledto

Thought For Today"And pose the U.S..propo mixed lions It would have been political contention that Okra Is one of In recently enumerating some during the past two decades move into the Central FlorIda ,

manned nuclear surface fleet mankind's greatest blessings of the wonders of okra, I point. -and bragged about It." After area.
suicide for
him not to. Now that
for NATO u Inimical to the In. and untapped natural resources. ed out that It holds promise asa
he has received
He (God) htu put all things under HitChrist' terests of a united and independent popular vote an by overwhelming the American But some came from children blood plasma substitute and
Europe of darkness who shrink from as a treatment for ulcers. Let ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
( *) feet and gave (appoin.itdIim to be head And, finally, that now 1s the people In his own right,. the low of truth and enlighten me now enlarge this list.

over all things to the Church which it Hit body, the time to settle these and related he can if he wishes, act Independently New research indicates that
of thiADACFRandselect guest.Typical
fullness of Him who filleth all in all." Eph. 1,1! x3 Issues once and for all. cabinet of the antl-okraa re. okra stalks can be used in the WDIO-TV WHA-TT WFTV-TV WTYT-n
members and ad.
Militarily, there seems agree action was this missive from a manufacture of paper. Other ClMMMl c.. ..... I ChMMlt. ChwmMI.
The human organism (illustrates the vital and men that De Gaulle could vlsers who will assure the American citizen of Lansing, Mich.: experiments Involve the use of CIS NIC AIC CIS

close union between Christ and His Church. withdraw his 27 air squadronsand people of that he has no Intention "Having married a girl from okra u a material for fabrics Oriwee Tsuipe 0...... Tenipe
advocating that W.IoI.
his two under strength the South, I have been subject. There Is an okra seed oil and
Dr. Albert L. Carnett our Identity U a nation, and be
NIGHT Nov. 6
army divisions from NATO ed to continual pronouncement an okra seed meal. The Okra Friday
come a colony of the United Na
without greatly weakening the concerning the virtues of said Institute has hopes that some

organization. It would, however, liens This question alone has vegetable Nevertheless, I have company will soon bring out an ':oo-N... N.... Sp **. AIC Never Putt. N...
News Chief Editorials deny French bases and com. done more to divide our country steadfastly refused to embrace okra baby food. 1:16-Sp.d.: Wile' W.. K.r N..., W..th.. h.*., Wt.....
munlcatlons to NATO. than any other Issue. okra In my diet. These developments barely 4:10-CIS Nw NIC N... Tli. lie< .....1. CIS N...

There I. doubt that De Gaulle There are millions of real "After reading your column, scratch the surface of the okra 4:41-CIS N... NIC News "The L.i>, CIS N...
Christian people of faithsIn -------- -- -
Speed. seriously contemplates with.drawal the United States many who will I think I see a way to strike potential I'll wager that someday 7:00-La,.*. .l !... Office Gray LI..." The Itifl.mm
from the Common Mar. never endorse the so-called back at my tormentor. If you we'll have an okra bever. :15w.tt E... "H.lf-Afl" Tyr n. P...r Tit. Rifl.", ."
We keep talking about wanting to move people, ket which has helped to boom "whirlwind" of socialism, and can supply me with the address age rokracola?) and an okra 7JO: -Yay-l ,... l.r.M. y..., ....*.. O'H.r. Th. Yank

mail and freight faster and faster, but we aren't do French Industry although not atheism now sweepim over the of the Okra Institute, I would dessert 7:4S- rial CancarlI Jot.pK. _Celtlll The li iq .Movie Ar. C.minI .
yet solving the problem of like to make I antastlt ", It ---- --- -
ou saj" ma
ing too much about it. However, for the past four French agricultural surpluses land led b i some ,few atheists: enroll m mother-in-law arrangements to seem '0. ,but I'm convincedthat } 00-Y*.-, Pa11 *. l.. Offic Tko l., M.. .Ie! Tli. Yanks
and some to "'all* "theol(>l cal as a |: sin C.-".. lea 0th. The lif .Mv!. Are Cemieg!
has been in at RenHselacr And If u the French charter fie -
yean, a study progress Polytechnic conlinue technicians." Nu pressure ':> member countr that < aqueraokra Io-Th.: let HMTk.alra AJdtmi F.mlly Tin

Institute at Troy, N.Y., on a transportation does seek to Insist Increased, De Gaulle European really .ad, sir are there no longer win rule the world. :41- EftUrtelMnt A"".., Family EntHiiriVtUntint'i !
-- -
capsule that should solve our problems The jet plane economic and political unity, he :00-Tk. iT. H.VTkaatr 0y Tk;

would then become old-fashioned and obnoletc. You scarcely could abandon the one :15b..i.: V.Unti-Vi Day EnHaiRra
vehicle set up to accomplish It, t:JO-G.m.r ,, Jack ..-., IJO'CI.ek G.", *. PylaH
could get on this capsule contraption in Tampa and in ,:41- USMC" Jack ...., <(k USMC.
The De Gaulle vast.
pressure --------- -
leas than an hour be in New York City and never be ly Increases the problems of 10:00-Tk* ..,.rt.r J..k F.., .IJO'CUek The *.*.*"

off the ground. Weather would have no effect on your V>eit German Chancellor Lud. 10:| |-Tk. ..,.rt.f Jack Fear High> The ..,.....
wig Erhard.As '10:10-Tk. R.,.rt..r Jc. rr F".....'. Tk. ..*.r4.rOaHfkUf
travel plans. an enthusiastic exponentof '10:4S-Tk. K.e.rt.r J.ck ***r The '..,....,

The gadget; isn't new ; It's tube transpo>tation. the Common Market embrace I 11:;00:: =- -N.wt:-Sot'Wtr' Newdlee -N.:;:-$.....

All of us have seen'lt being used in a department tag West Germany France, of Winter Haven II IS-S *.... Wtkr Tm,kt Skin "T'te.iet, W'tkaf 'Vr"k.r.| I'UfUl
Italy, Delgium, The Nether. I 11:10: -Tkaatr. .l Uniqlit Skew Stick Theatre Skck Theatre
store it's the idea of vehicle into tube
; putting a a lands and Luxembourg, t Sh.. Skcli Tk.. ra kck Tlw* r*

that, with its own power, could get speeds up to 2,000 Is committed to the abolishment

miles per hour. If thin. proved true, it would take onlya of all trade barriers within the Saturday MORNING Nov.

half hour to to New York. six -...
go Anyway it seems to But for
government support
7:00-Geweru:: The U..I. a.. lyder
us that this offers a lot of solutions to our evergrowing grain prices is higher in Cor. huh: AI", .... .,.... Shaw N... Rd Pyd.e

transportation problems. These cars are designed many than In France, and, with 7:11)-: ().. W., TI'. U..I. RFD M,d. .... R,...,
an election cominr up next :45-: Mires Irece Sh.. FI.i" .... lyder
to perform with different types of engines, or by an year Erhard U r>>lu<'tant to ---- -- --- --
-Mid.b4.yer. The U.cl. .."' .. .f S..,..,'''
outside force something on the order of the vacuum risk the Important farm vote by III-Mina: .Mayer ..... Sh.. the .1..1. h.1II

tube idea This is even better than the monorail and lowering them, !:AvA : Io-'i.t.: Meyer. TI'. Uul. "..... Petrel Witty ".ter
Erhard also has been among :45-.i.t.: Meyer. 'r.ce 51.. "...$ .t.1 Wally ...t..
offers all kinds -Th
of possibilities those demanding that Britain -
be allowed In the ( ommon Mar. Oo-A'.i.: C"" ... ..y Meier. .....c." Aide Stew
ket. put on that Issue the Brit.Uh .:I5-AI.i". Sh.. Clr..e ley Meier. Menury 1.1.1" Sh..
The Tax Bills. ':Io-T........ H.d.e ....i., Mers.ry. T.........
Labor party shot the ground / FEDERAL .45- T...". H..h..t. Mayer. ......." T.....
from under him
by showing
no ----- -
One of two things, the county should either redesign Interest at all In Common Mar. 1000-Quick Draw U"......., Skaal',.*. Oylfk Draw

the size of its tax bill or send out envelopes that kit membership 10:II- McGrw UdeA.q SkaifM MeGr.wAM .

will hold it when it Is mailed back. The bill is of unusual At home, Erhard Is under renewed 10:10-Mi,kty M.... Firakall XL-I !. Oaklay Mi;"k.y .......
attack from former i14A : ((0'41-Mi"My Mia Flrakall XL-I Aia Oakliy Mi,kty ........
size taking a special envelope. When the tax. -
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer In ;;
I I,00-Ua. The Duah TI'. Cnpn lh.e The
payer Bends back his bill with check, he has to fold it what seems a clear attempt to It II 5- LI..h...... ....... C........ LI..h......

either once or twice to get it into an ordinary size 10 drive him from office even be. r} 1 11lo-Th. Jehe.. F." buy I C..II Th. J......
fore next year's elections Ado r45-Th. J..... Wry gamy I Cull Th. .I......
It would also to that it would be .
envelope. seem us racer Is one of the strongest -

hard to handle in the machine that records payment. supporters of close < ooperatlonwith AFTERNOON

Most people have a large or number 10 envelope, France, 12:00-Sky: Ki.: Mork I Meyer ... ......, Sky Ki.e
Meantime De Gaulle demon 13II..Shy' Kip Mach I Aug.
: Myer Iaeey Sky Kime
or it can be gotten with ease but this outsize envelopenow stratlng that he believes he is t2lo-M: Frtad FI.rI" H."ity My. hied

being used by the tax collector's office just Isn't operating from strength showsno 12:45Fll.ke' ........1... Mapper fll...
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available. Doubtless we'll be told that to make such a sign of compromise :00.-1: L... Lucy ,...G..... Sh.. ...,. Megee C.It.ge

change would coat thousands and that the taxpayercan 1:15-1: ) (eves Lecy fe.tll.11 Mr. ....,.. K.leid..aep.
t AO-AdreMen 11II..i.; ".. A".rlce" CIS N..
fold his return, so why fuss about it? :45- n..,. Mkhiq.e i ",....... CIS N...
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district Bl"Oftte dama.a. A i 0 y r 311th day of U8t with SS to fob 100.-; n..... F.etbll Wredneg CII.I..hl'
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About 6. Tops diaL wood On this day In history! drop into the handy Envelope :45-1t' The L.. Strle..... .f S,.,.. r... A s..t
Nothing" lIummln,. 30. t10wer .Itairwa1 In llto Abraham Lincoln
13. Italian bird 31.R.tsIna pat was elected president of t b. Slot, and we will handle NIGHT _

river T. Ap 33. Mast 43. Gang United State.
IT. Piece out BlmUar 33.cew... ... I8t'CUre' In lltt, the first formal Inter. I your business as promptly as though oo.-no.. r.... N.... h..... Wide W4 H.... h...
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between Princeton charge for this service. :45- Are C*.'*4j SkewNm :..., Ord 11 Se.e.e Step
abbr. 1IOCI'11 pod -ptacle and Rutgers at New Bruns. __ .. .
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n t S F I 41 1 1 wick, New Jersey I.eer 0.. Step Ship
In rows, as In 1000. William McKinley 7"It- S......... Sheweiee byeed 11 S..... Step
material ,o was elected president 7:16-.1...!_ Flipper Outer U.eth Jakie
S3. Mtasureof : qa 7:045- Glaai** FI'pp.r pets u..i" &..._
In 1933, U, S, Ally. Gen Her. -
length '
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coin President Harry Truman had WE ARE NOW OPEN EVERY FRIDAY ll|- ...*.... Mr. ....,.. o.tef u..1te Ghse.
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Death Toll Legal Advertising Legal AdvertrimgCtUCVR legal Advertising

Two Separate Copter

N..... te 'Ce.rea.HI TH* 4)1'.1' or TttK; IN 'I'll. rtstrrrr Pete or TMK: ROtIJIIIBLEPReE
w ::.tItfIt.. tvtIM vT%. AND ran pot* conrrv.
On HighwaysAt ooamv.-t.-- ...... nAMm t. m*rmv

1M HE: MSTATLrorage.hah rsUHCaUIVID :: \ .. Crashes Kill SixFT $/

To All 'Creditor. awl Pernou. Haw PI."II".
New .taj flnlmr or Dnan AfnaMltfaid PAVLBNNB M WIMDF.NOtICK -_ _
High Batata DaeIIIIIuII ARTHUR OUWtWrrrTIC JACKSON S.C. (UPI- and Capt. Richard l.o'f( I i .

You. Mid each or you. are. hereby to IMKVKNBIN OF ....r-'lIt Two separate helicopter crash. flown to Walter Reed 1 Ilosl! | 'rai

notified to /tle I In duplicate M THE NAME or TRio: STATEOP HTATC' OP FLORIDA es Thursday lllal killed two men In Washington with back i iIM II:'::: .
CHICAGO (UPI) The M.tlon claim and demand which YOU FLORIDA
's t traffic death toll for the 'a\e asaiiut the MUU of aUrahaJI TO rAVLJBNNK M BA08BTT 1O;: AHlMU- CreelWki4ibeut.. and injured. sti brought< to nine ; attic.: 5 Glenn M<'I l lhOaftttllMti II .

1; Hchoenlhalar. awceaaed la tiltoWf' %. Richard Smith Unknown the fatality Hat for the Army'sprlBMHt at tt. Bran N. ., ,
first the Tee
nine nntHM
months of year of Richard A. Bronaon. County : aw hereby that a
I sod I UUMKranher *.* tar diverse haa been flied ta air mobility Air with a broken ankle, all i II iMM :
records emeei Is tIN
smashed all previous Juds M hi* OpurtHOUM West lath Itreet
at Barlow .......... "" 1..Ia ajrataet ym In the above entitled Assault U. first (crash and V.O w this
the National Safety Council MM calendar month tn* Oot.hir YoJ'-Jorl rwaw .nrarln for the irantta of The crashed lotto
: MOnnED: bettcopter Patterson and S 6r. 5 vuih t ,1111.
today :30 ISM Mcfc I* of u.. thl date of notice the that wit for divorce. ha .*. aim the Pltalntlff alimony In a the dlvnra eum and of *JTI hmn.Itwkleh ground ta IIOI'tMUt.m South R. Ash, hospitalized with i 1"".,,'k
The council lint publication
Hid 34,910 PredMlebS1olt
per. bruusM acaliux you by '
bach claim *r demand marl a* .I"wrttlM Uaaeett In the. above oaUlled earn I* being held ay the Carolina near Chore. Jules/ at 11. Bran.
sons killed In traffic aceU
were Clerk of till Clmut Court Pork
muet dale th* PteeeefreaUmc Court, and you an hrreby aummoned Count '. norMa which turn was Dead were Capt. Walter M. The Arm) is using 32.(00
dent eawl'IM )
com. office
through September nine of the claimant.* ana poet allot be sworn to ordered and required lo fileyour the' rawM *f an overbid. relative. to Parke 11'., 31, of Ft. Bennlnff troops over 4.5 million a
pared to the previous and lore be flU a. atoreiaM. or lh%>. cuou written>lalnl an.w filed rOr h<...Uilenea.m APlIUIYII" to the sale II the property re.ulllnito Ga., and Cap Gen Sponce, M, the two Carolinas and (,e.ll 11 Ita
month record of highwaydeaths feraenmire art Inn A D
31,110 a styled
... will baraoM void.M. .
MUM the abu\r rnlitlnl in of Dyerebsrg Tenn. pilot of
In aur to teed a new
This haler. Jr Newton, Plarnrlft n A C Creel concept-UMIIJ
set only last year. AimUletralor E Seboeat the office of the Clerk of .... Circuit and If..... Creel hi. wife. Defendant the second hetteopter crash. helicopter and light planes In.
year's toll was up 10 per cent. Court of Polk County. PlorMaM *. .In the Circuit Court PolkCouatv
Oct 10 Nov .. li. 10. INf Six other men In the massive stead of ground carriers to
his office la the Courthou .
The traffic death toll for the Plorldn bens Came No i'DIFFERENCE
month of also ex. \NW. T.';.4- Florida on or before lie' S1JMMST and that th partla to exercise) were killed south of transport troop and pr September
IIII TUB: fast MTV It DOIt'1i leth day of December Ut4. and tile fnrarkMire action and the hi Augusta 04., Saturday when weapon supportColumnist. I
ceeded all previous records for IN A\I FOIL FOLK lo servo a ropy of Such anwr or leant action ere oae and the aame.
((I( liT two transport plane, In a for.
the month. Highway accidents UINTV, rUBIUAIN data. upon JUtUr and ThraadIII and that you nee hereby requiredto
claimed RK: TATe Or plaint Iff. at tunny. .herein. nerve a copy d your an.wer or: motion collided and dropped to
lives comparedtothe
4,070 JAY ANDREW whom ad..... b PO Boa'", Winter nther written Aefeneet upon MAT Is
previous record 3,990 fa tall, POLIO Haven Florida. on or before TOX A KiRKLAND PlalntlfT nt. earth.Lastno.tthasoldierwas
ties recorded In September To All Creditor and Penoiw HtvliK aid date If y.'u fall to do ao, a ..."'...n w...... .<...... I. Pot. Of.
1963. Claim. or Drm.nd. Ag.tnrt decree pro tonfeuo/ will be entered Pin-ta killed in a fall while lowering HospitalizedHOLLYWOOD CAFETERIA
Bald E.I.UYou. : again*! you for the relief demanded himself on a rope suspendedfrom
In addition, during the first and each of you, arm hereby In the. complaint.WITNEM November AD IN4. and beforeor a bU< notirwd til IB duplicate all : laud Clerk ofCircuit lenmen'it.tely thereafter to file. .
nine months of the year to my U (UPIHuth!
claim: sad demands which you Court of Polk County. Florids with the' Clerk of the above rtyledCour The Injured In Thursday's
approximately 1.2 million per. hays asalnit the of Jay Andrew and the ....1 of Ihe raid > the orltlnal of add answer crashes of the UlllB heUOO wood columnist Louella Parson-. Sit-re.y. I Sen1.
sons received Injuries that disabled fott, .:ttn the office. C,>un at Bartow Florida thl* Mb nr asp written. oVfee.ee, If any tens included MaJ. James A. was In sattifactory con.lit ion today Ik I SlrUla | ? Everyday that's what
do Peeree ProConfew more people
If fall to
Broiuon, County you
the of of Richard A. 1M4
them beyond day day of November In Ml Sinai
Hospital' Met
will be entered .I..t Flannagan Capt. Roy Moore MIOne* ft
hi office In the Court ,
Judge at .
the accident. Lesser injuries totaled Howe at Bartow. Florida within D.Clerk 1( SLOAN of Circuit JR. Court YOU floe the relUf demanded In heWTTHVM where she has been undergoing .... Ik dieM1 are saying about Morrison in Day

an equal number, the ala calendar month from October Nov I. a, :30, IT. 1964Netle romMal.l treatment for a broken hip. attendant '. 4.!
hand and official ..___ == 0'1
council said.American. XI 1M4. which I I. the date of my Hope PickedAs reported ___ i tona Beach Atlanta, Shreveport and
the first publication of tics nolkwEarh seal I ft f offlrr at Bartow Pick Cram- FREE CHILD S ,
motorists traveled T. Creditor > Florida thin ICed of October A
or demand must be v day hospital spokesman said
: JtlM.l":
an estimated 626 billion miles In. writing. moot. atat th* place of COVET IM THE It tOtJITV AND FOB POLK A D 1M4 Oscar MC the columnist wa 'coniingalong << Ttwn 'Nights: the other important cities throughout
....td.nce and port office addre of D R MOAN fRClerk ; 1 it tn..
through Seplem. foi NTv. ruiaiuA .
from January
not known
Clrtm Court
be to and wttpnnn the
the claimant mud non Southeast
ber, which accounted for a fa. must. be filed .. aforesaid or else IN VARY RE:KU 18TATI OF known a* Hv M"...,. MeBrMe HPLLYWOOD (UPI) Bob when. she would be released. Splatl| "rhtst HIE I M

tasty rate of S.S per 100 million Mme will become void AR.d Deputy Clark I Hope will serve u master of The columnist was admitted
Floraic L. Poll Oct :M. JO Nov t 11. 1W4\
miles. This compared with a DceaaedTo ceremonies al the 37th annual Oct. 13.Viet.
ExecutrtxOTRAUGHN 'Rife'I' ?(INpIMll
V11E1d1I "
All Creditor and Potions HavIn
mileage total of 894 billion anda BUAJUTft Oscar show for the Academy of ----
Claim or Demands Aalat
rate of S.3 for the same per. KAUNJRIOia Raid* Rotate: 20 KilledSEOUL Motion Picture Arts and Solences CongsTOKYO -- -

led of 1961.Chicago Attorney and inch of 7011. Ira hereby / :
tie Magnolia Awn noTI':4 all
had the lowest num. Winter. Haven FloridaOct claim, and to file demand la duplicate which you Producer Joe Pasternak announced (UPI) Communist' I ,

ber of deaths per 10,000 reels 80. Nov !>. ::10. 1(64 have amt th. .tat. of Mary (IPO-Twenty pas. selection of hole Viet Natn act'used the United lIII "

tered vehicles among cities of IN-THE-riRCriT- COt'HT OF TUT Kulc.har/alo: :: known a. Mary at Ten singers and i the driver of a bus Thursday. It marks the 11th Stales' Thursda) of stepping' ip ,

more than a million population. TENTH 41HICUL CIHCIIT UKFMtKIDA dlk. deceaaed.A Bronaon la, the County office Judce Richard athi were killed 1 xia\ in the mountains time Hope has hosted the show Its "lllesal" Introduce'n ,tf -\ '

Philadelphia, Pa., which had ,, IM AND CHANtltBV Wit FOLKIOINTV office In the Court HOUM atBartow near MUllS)one, South The swards, show is scheduled armament Into' South VietNam
IN Florida, within all cats Korea, when the bus W Central at 2nd St. N.W
been in first place, dropped to 811 T* Fererlow Merts dar month from October It 104. plungedover April 8. 11185 at Santa In order to threaten N, rah ,

second Los Angeles remained In Cam We. nil-M-UI AND which I. tic data of the flnt publication a cliff. Monica Clvlr Auditorium Viet Narr
third place Detroit in fourth LOAN ASSOCIATION OF INTER' of this *. Each: claim a- -- -

and New York City In fifth, the HAYKN or mud demand date the must place be of In rraldence wrltlnir.

council BilflINTERNATIONAL. ..... PUIntlff and poet office addrea ol the claimnt -
mud be sworn to and mUll b*
OLIVER LEE ET AL.Defend..la filed aa aforeaald or *!M Mme crnmm27TH /
will become void ,
NOTICE OF BUT: BodilokEiecutrU
TO F A. ROBERTS and wife. IaMargaret:

WHOM Whereabout I* unknown Boa 551Winter. '

: Haven,. "..
You ar hereby notified that Attorney for Estate
plaintiff hap Instituted suit against Oct. It. SI M, NO'Y. I. tll64
abov Myled Court and
Lou In the -- ----
the nature of said cult I* a Bill toForecloM nonce
that certain Mortgage recorded Notice I* hereby given that tealed Z
In O/R Book 001 Pae 07. bid mill be received by the
public record of Polk County; AuIda : Board of County Comm!..lonera ofPolk
1 i encumbering, all the following County. Florida. up to S 10 =
described real estate In Polk clock' on Tuesday Novembec OUR ANNIVERSARY: 8
1 rlti7
County Florida to-wlt: IT to be opened Imm.dlately OPEN TONITE 'TIL P.M-
Benin 110 feet Zeal of the thereafter and publicly read
Northweet Corner. of Lot I of for furnishing on. new Omell.l DryDevelnpln GIFT TO YOU

r Adam William. SubdlvUlon Plat thereof. a* Streamliner* DCopylllC No 400 For complete Machine A SALE STEEPED IN TRADITION TO MEAN
shown by Map or
.... Bid
minimum .pec If lea I km*
record.d' In the Office of the
Clerk of th* Circuit Court Inand Form and Bpeclflc tlon Sheet c.remienlcde I TRULY GENUINE VALUES.

for Polk County. Florida For further with C Information M I......... Purchaa- a BY SHOPPING DURING OUR
In Plat Bonk a. Page U. run Ire Aitcnl Bartow Florida
thence South to feet, thence The Board rwerven the right I"r
Eat 50 feet, thence North W .elect any or all bid. AU bid. li ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
fret thence We.t 60 feet to be con.ldered. must he aibmltled. mdunllraie
HIPPODROME Point of Betclnnln LESS AND on hM hear t* be urnlehed THIS Ctltlflll THAT HAklt II INntLIQ

.. ""\I'P
andfor In u* should be enclosed in nn TO'I
and you ar. hereby notified to ecurely Mated and i plainly marked, AMD NO/IN DOIL $1.00 WITH PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE.
emeus cur an.wer or other. pleading. to'lslnllfra on the out ide Dill on raping WITH rUHCHASI O* |IM OI MO I '
complaint In the Olftreol < Machine 10 nclwk S m THI edon 1
November IT 1 MOrdered
led Clerk of the Circuit Court CENTRAL STORES -
In open .....Ion nn Ocliber _ _
and mall copy thereof to Bummeilln

H..IIorlda.. on or be- -

CIRCUS TELEVISION MADE FAMOUSON f"re November Pro ConleMo IT, .1K4 to be or enureda *ufrrDecree Clerk ChairmanIH D H. MUN TK MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED IN THIS AD AND ALL AT

my hand a* the Clerk r
One Day Only of the. above styled Court and the ; OF INTENTION TO IA
pool. of amid Court at Ravine. Fin- MARK APPLICATION FOR SAVINGSIDRESSES !
rids, thl October 14 164. FINAL DIMCHAmOE!:
SATURDAYNov. D. H SWAN. JR I" R. 1t.1.1. 0' SUITS .
Clerk. Circuit' Court MINNIE M SHARER r'l 4
1>M'..... ME989UAUTY
ITMMERUN *. CONNOR T. All When It My CearemiNolle '
7 I4A Avenu B NW I I. hereby then that I \

Winter Haven, Florida have filed mv final report .. AoV I** New, Oirldmae ...... ,? 2998
Ort 1*. S3. M Nov. (. 1M4 mlnl.trator W/W/A of the .Mae ,
-- -- end Abe
-- of Minnie M Sharer, deceaaed:
PERFORMANCESSTARTING 1:01: lllf UKdIT (01 HT TrklHJiimiAL thai I have filed my petition for I
diuiii, hILS final dlwhanr" and that I win In I c.... Price Greupe ATTIINl AND CCM.OH ,
AT COIT1. fLOHlUAIX apply. to the Hon Judre Richard of Pak Arear County, (u4. 4.d MM*.* ..... WMldn.f ,....*> ..4 **..., I., I*.1.! *,
: HANtKHk eon County /
Florida on led ITtli day rf Norem- ,p 9S (I$MAI| 1HOITI ..* ICmOJ
2P.M.8P.M.PRESENTING (see >.. *l tS IK'kl M. 5g. N. **4 698. g98. 10
her, l *4 for approval of the .me ( '
M\UtHK AM DTHUI M .LlE. J e0,4t
W A, IRELAND. and for final disbar the a eetate* Admin-of { ( Y i Dacron Wonttd Acttatt .101R
let rator W/W/A of .
THI Plaintlft Minnie M Sharer, deeeaMd l': CHOOse PROM AN AUAr 0* "" \IHAMI
WOILD FOIIMOST v.. nil 11111 day. of Oct I MTom I t, Will KNOWN MANU'ACTUMIIrrrm
STARS! IRELANDDefendant B WalkerAdministrator JUNIOR MISSIS


IN PERSON Katharine Inland Ort It Sharer is. W, Nov *. 144 BY POPULAR DEMAND
10.* CMpawa Lan DAClOH'lINO\ WAtHN.WIAI .
MiMcte. laalana ------
+ wi AM iiriATiM ovi IAMOVI 598 \
'UD'NQ .
NtMosbun's ... .
you. kereby. notlfwd Ihtt t MANUFACTURERSCLOSE '
5ewananStan. Pelt for rauet per, Climbers Near
iJiala* I'I'I Falcon 4- { OUTUNIFORMS count IANGI of lulu.
door automobile and tile following
THI HVWILL oeacrlbed. real _Ir. I-..II. Mountain Top a='ir' KTLON "
D.nmrk.. Aortal Lot I I. Stock U of a4. ..woudAddUlen
te Winter IU..*. FlorVU. PARKAS SWEATERS
Marvels. a* .howa by map *r put KATMANDU, Nepal (Ufl81 )- tF 1 ACTUAL TAM TO ..tf .% ,

T". Funny M.* Tram of thereof the Clerk recorded of the' In Circuit the Court office members of a British 8 8 8 8 M.e's *CU 88 COAT AMOUI AND rwUOVM MW TOIHII Stills

,....... in ud for Polk County. Florida mountain climbing team are \ 5 and 6 j .
m Plat Saab 2net. n within 1.500 feet ol the f..mn,1t, ..,. A 141J

Hippeerent" Iapaa.tePMorwlap bed. been entitled old caoa acalnM and you that hi you theabove In their attempt to seal the p 399 to 8'8eOrfeni

Pais ar hereby required. to ...... a eat>y Himalayan peak of Gaurlhankar iMlrMIHT' 0* WORK .
of your Sober er other" wrttu. ...-. It r AU OACHONI e NYLONS e Jlttlrt eOrfeni ...1.. l.e*/Wad
.......... Nltfme, Tp.uNMeN fen**. upon starry E Kin*, plaintiff today T 4 #>Hir>t S Mlttlt S NAIL. tillS PANTS 2 68 e ........ peed e paid tkl** Oell..
Wore ThrlH.rt attorney, whom address I* 1Ot.10AHD W.eiSCOATSwIATNIg
PO Bom tin Wlal.r Havm. FkMTtda The peak Is 13,440 feet above IHAI ftlAT
HifM heard ace on or before UM Tin day of December sea level. The British team Isled fWIU

M..... H..._ I.... Sad before or Unmedlately if DonaM< WMIlan and U98 E1w/N JACKETS
thereafter to file with UMClerk
of the above. _,.... Court the supported by the "1. Everest XUI CMAMMAT VAMOV NATWNAUr IMOWN HAHtl
ortflaal of e.14 acid
surer or Foundation
.. eefemae. H amy WORK C 5 Nfe Le1.erd fsa
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Savings Loan Instruments ToastmastersPlan Soviets, Turks Negro Precinct 7

Flight Tested Agree On Pact APPLIANCES

Firms WeekIs The WALLOPS space agency ISLAND Thursday(UPI- ReunionThe Union MOSCOW and (Turkey UPO-The Thursday Soviet Votes Johnson A SALES & SERVICE

sent an Instrument package signed a scientific and cultural
slated to go on future missionsto P
Imperial Polk Toastmasters agreement. Presents the
Venus and Mars on a MO Turkish Foreign I Minister .
will bold their tlratHome-
4,000 To 4
mile test flight over the Atlantic
Ocean. coming Night next Thursday at Fertdun C. Irvin signed for his

730: at the Haven Hotel. country. Soviet Foreign Minister

Mayor Hughes Steele. today to The study instruments the will be used AU members put and present Andrei Gromyko represented WASHINGTON (UPI-Negro

Issued a proclamation for Say planets.atmospheres ofother and anyone Interested In t the Kremlin precincts across the nation gave

ings and Loan Week, which is launched atop a Javelin They rocket were Joining the club U Invited to attend President Johnson 80 to 98 per 90i44id O1bem

being observed Nov. 8-13. and sent back 17 minutes of the Homecoming Night. cent of their votes, a United
Three past members of the Press International '
The: proclamation Is u follows data Into the Thursday ocean.Graham. before splashing club, Robert Lancashire, Charles CampaignStickers showed today.In survey

Vlckers and Franklin Att-

"Whereas, the savings and kisson will be the speakers some cases the Negro vote

loan Institutions contribute Immensely Wants Evaluators will be Jim Tatum for Johnson reached almost un. Of Our

to the economic Oscar Smith and Earl Ford. believable proportion. In one

growth, progress and home Dr. Jack Hendrlcks will preside Atlanta Ot.., Negro precinct
building of Winter Haven and as Toastmaster with Ed Lock Johnson got 4,000 votes to four

the State of Florida in general, wood serving u grammarian for Goldwater.

and, Churches Out and Colin Ragey serving as Early drives to Increase No. NEW LOCATION
Ah Muter. Marvin
Vernon will Stay StuckWASHINGTON gro voter registration In the
"Whereas the general w.l.Iar. be the Table Topic Muter
South bore fruit In Tennessee
of our citizens has bene- The Imperial Polk Toastmaster ,
Florida Virginia and North
fited greatly because of the Of PoliticsATLANTA Club was founded In Winter ,

persistent encouragement of Haven five years ago and (UPI) Toe Carolina. ,I Friday Saturday, Nov. 6.7 Open 9 a.m. 9 p.m.

thrift and home ownership by has proved to be a tremendous American Automobile Assocla. These drives played an tm.
the savings and loan institu- list Billy Graham( )said- Evange.Thursday aid to business men around the lion (AAA) has warned votersIt portant role In winning the We cordially Invite yes t. come. to ear

tions, and, he thinks the church Is get. area. The Toastmasters Club may not be u easy to take states for the Democrats espe. fraud epraiiia this ........ Te serve

"Whereas the public confidence ting "100 Involved" In politics. provides an education In public campaign stickers off their cars dally in Virginia, Tennesseeand a 4 yea toner, we have moved Into new '
as it was to put them on. and larger ..FrI.II.41.,.. We have ,
In savings and loan peaking with a friendly and Florida which went Repub.
"The more we stay out of
The AAA said line ef appliance _
WettinqhovM PY
that ,
Thursday tempi* *
institutions In the State of Florida helpful out-of-the-classroom Ucan In three
previous presl.
straight politics the better 6I.
stickers which had to be moist. for von to than from. lecledIsq -
Is evidenced by the fact Graham said Jesus said we atmosphere ened before being applied would dentlal elections stem and color TV, alt, mall '"
that resources of these Institutions The Toastmasters base their ,
are to for those in appliance for early Chrlstmathopping.
'pray au.
come off with your
a little and For the first
time /
exceed five billion dollars thorlty' and President Johnson work primarily on the principles soap Michigan A large parking lot for year
lending more than one billion will get my prayers day and of learning by doing and hot water and a lot of energy. will have two Negro congress drlvo-ap convenience and ear ewe .
dollars annually for construction night" Improving by practice and But stickers which came with men. They are veteran Rep. service department that will give yes

Improvement and purchaseof Graham through constructive criticism. their own adhesive, requiring Charles C. Dlggs Jr., and new. the tome dependable service at In the .

homes In this State, and, telegrams last was week swamped after with his Herbert Spencer, a speech pro only that a piece of paper be comer John Conyers Jr., both ,.... Again we would like ta aitead r. ',;
the fessor, defines peeled off the back, will cause from the Detroit area. sir tlncerett thanks to you for patronblng -
"Whereas great majority teen>age daughter, Anne, got up Toastmasterspeech more trouble ai and promise yea our bait ..", ...
of the nation's 8,000 savingsand at a Goldwater In Colum. education a* "a processof In New .. TRUDY GIlES
rally This second type requires a York, the National u ROY CRIES ke In the tot. .
loan associations, representing bla and drawing out and putting Into
S.C., urged everyoneto solvent such Association for the Advance.
u acetone alto
assets of over $114 billion use the talents and abilities ,
"put Barry and Bill on Capi. hoi or called ment of Colored l People
through their trade association tol Hill" Graham said tele. which are present in the person methyl (NAACP) estimated that 97

the United States Savingsand grams urging him to publicly to be educated, rather than of If ethyl the ketone sticker the if AAA on the said painted And cent of the state's 580,000 per Ne. REGISTER for FREE 15 Poundestinghouse
Loan pouring Into his
League, will be holding support the Arizona senator mind Informl- gro voter. chose Johnson. '
portion of the car Instead of
tion from "
their 72nd the
annual conventionthis reached more than I OOOO. exterior About
the 400,000 voted for RobertF.
the solvent
year In Florida during Nov. "But I also had thousands of Toastmaster Clubs have been bly will remove, the paint probe., too. Kennedy In his successfulrace TOP LOADWASHER
8-13 established In
; telegrams urging me to come all 50 slates against Sen. Kenneth B.
"Now, therefore I, Hughes out for President Johnson," he The home office Is located In Keating R.N.Y. Kennedy da.

Steele Mayor of the City of added "and thousands more Santa Ana Calif. feated Keating by about 800,000

Winter Haven do hereby pro- telling me to stay out of poll. Southern Bell votes

claim the week of Nov. 813u tics. I took the advice of the Sixteen predominantly Negro

Savings and Loan Week In latter" GOP It Torn wards In Philadelphia contributed .

Winter Haven and urge the tie said he "had no Inten. 39.9 per cent of Johnson's

citizens of our community to tlon" of endorsing either candl. (Continued From Page One) CWA Union record 421,000.vote majority In (4-CYCLI HEAVY DUTY AUTOMATIC WASHER)

welcome the thousands of savings date "at any time" and would publican presidential candidate that city. A Goldwater sign

and loan delegates who will never publicly support one or "must represent a broad spec nailed up In a Negro district To Be Given Away Sat, Nov. 7

be traveling In Florida during the other candidate in an elec. I trum of political thinking" but was "torn down within five

this period" tlon. he suggested no names. Sign ContractATLANTA minutes," according to Republl. MODEL 8 : N* ebllgotloii I I to b.y
r.lYl. YON do tat how .o be pretest to wive.r .
can city Chairman William J
/lAF 700
Coy William W, Scranton of

II Phosphate Is Topic At Rotary Pennsylvania also spoke of the (UPI) Southern Devlin.The Philadelphia Negrowards -
COP Image and said It must be m I Ik
Dell Telephone Co. said Thursday gave 187,648 votes to Johnson
(Continued From Page One) phosphate Is big business the changed to show that It I I. not night It has signed a new only 19,144 to Goldwater.

Chemical Corp. built a park annual output amounts to $170 an exclusive organization. He agreement with the Communi. In Chicago's Negro wards

and recreation area north of million and financial authorities thought various groups of par. cations Workers of America Johnson got 92 to 98 per cent
leaders should meet and dis-
Lakeland. AmericanCyanamlde estimate that 70 per cent of the ty giving wage Increases to of the vote. The President ran
cuss what course the party
had Its first major project In total remains In mining districts should take around 57,000 employes In nine well ahead Illinois Gov Otto
1949. for wages and other purchases states Kerner In these wards and also

In 1960 the eight companies ," concluded Stephenson These and other comments The agreement, providing fora topped the late President John i

mining phosphate In Polk and The speaker was Introduced by came from Republican leaders general wage hike rangingfrom F. Kennedy's 19CO totals

HUlsborough Counties established J. W. Whltaker,program chair after Goldwater's statement $2 to IS, Is subject to &. In the nation's capital which

a LandUse Reclamation man for the day Wednesday that he had no In. proval by the union membership voted for President for the first k f wpg.

Committee to coordinateand President George Mulllns announced Union of withdrawing from time since 1800, the predoml.

promote their efforts that there wouldn't be politics or pulling out of his The company said the agree. nantly Negro 71st Precinct gave

In various projects. any meeting next Thursday and fight for conservatism.In meet was reached under a Johnson 1,762 votes, Goldwater,

This has led to planned min that all member?of Rotary ClubIn tnr. e.year contract;. signed In six Johnson won the heavily

ing so that areas can be developed Polk County would attend the their search for a scape September 1963 permitting two Negro populated city by !S.to.1 r..
for home subdivisions, annual Turkey Shoot at! Rotary goat, COP critics of the Gold. wage reopenlngs. Negotiations

parks, lakes and wildlife refuges. Park near Auburndale. The water campaign were asking had been under way since Oct.
On other lands pine shoot lasts from 11 a.m. until for the retirement of Goldwa. IB, when the union asked for aw..e

groves have been started for use 7:30 p.m.Guests. ter's party chairman Dean reopening, the firm said. GOVERNMENT MISTAKE
lands were Introduced by Burrh, and John Greater exec The agreement also upgraded PORT ARTHUR, Tex. (UPI)
In paper pulp or grass
for gracing cattle Ken Dimming and they came utlve director t In national I head. the operator's Job and reclassU -Mrs, Hugo Becker hopes to Mod.l liVE 02

"Each phosphate mine uses from nearby clubs, New York, quarters fled a number of towns to high. turn a tidy profit from a gov. '"
Ohio, Vermont and Wisconsin One welUnformed Republicansource eminent mistake ESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR
huge quantities of water and the er wage tones.New.
Jim McKUlop the said the clamor forBurch' Somebody at the mint slippedup
Industry has long practiced Intensive gave weekly Eon though It'. only 24" wide, thii W.ittnj.
edition of Notes Comments.. scalp was coming from and stamped the Kennedy
water conservation.built Gene Thompson Introduced Ro- the grass roots, from COP half-dollar design onto a coin Mane r.frf! .r.tor hat septa storage span

Vast In mined-over circulation areas systems allow the tarlans with birthdays during state legislators and membersof York that should have been a quar. (or SO pounds of esnwnunfr.an (oodl.Fr.oior .
the past "'''k. Congress In normally safe ter. The result is an unusually Model FYI Ol
water to be clarified and used i.ction hails 3S pounds, end the
Special guests of the club districts who were burled In small half-dollar that Mrs.
over and over again, thus having Becker able to from ESTINGHOUSE FREEZER handy blew ho far enoth.r II
were Bill Trlpp, BUI Murrell the Democratic landslide this was buy a hey space

Of water to only during add small the amounts processof and Haluk Soydan all of the Interact week. Stock Report friend for a real quarter.She e Alr-Jwo.p Shelves for (.. freak,, conit.nt low ternporoturo pounds Int.nor .h.I... are full-width, full-
Club at the Winter Haven Many names were being ad. said she already has
refining phosphate, said turned down $100 for It and Is depth for boil uw of ip.co Fr.quontly used
High School. vanced for the party chair ,
e Full-width: Door Shelves 0>; 0 moro up-front itorogoe
Stephenson.The Dana Baxter announced that manshlp, Including Nixon Cov. NEW YORK (UPI) Midday waiting for the bids to go higher yea It..... ore .t your (fingo, lp. In spacious door
that have
use of the clays the first annual Inter-club golf Henry Dellmon of Oklahoma stock prices Pr.cilion t.mp.r.turo control moint.ini d.nr.d lee.eheven..
been from the mixture
separated tournament will be several Alabama Gas 37% p.mlase wtornNipllye
held Nixon
next suggested
make great pastures or Thii W.ttinghouio It .d.iign.d. .. fit I I.. to
Thursday at the Lake Region ernors and Ray C. Bliss, Ohio American Can Co. 43% EasyOpe. Door lotcn seals door to lees cold In. Mat
growing lands and more such over, Yacht and Country Club. His party chairman who has re. American Motors 14% Hospital out look builtond! .. I ll quality built (or many
It Is being processed as
mixing It with sand to be used committee members stressedthe fused the Job many times.Cov. American Sugar l9t/ e J-Y..r Food Spoil. W.rrtnty years oftrouble.
Idea that all those wishing Robert E. SmyUe of Id. American TAT 6S%
for or even citrus e I.Y.or F.e.ryGaamn Cpi
grow to enter the meet should signup aho nominated Cov. John An. American Tobacco 33 t% .

tag Such areas as the Pleasant as soon u possible.Mishap derson of Kansas. Anaconda Copper Ge',1 News /.. on ONLY 1 7995 W'Trofriqorotinf (r.. ONLY SJ7995 1 WET
Two other Republicans report. Babcock & Wilcox 37VcBendlx m
Grove Fish Management AreaIn
Foils ed under discussion were Rep. Corp. 48 Vi "";C",
Peace River lyit.m
Hlllsborough, Robert Taft Jr., who lost acliff.hanger Borden Foods 71% Tlll'RSI\Y'S ADMISSIONS
Park at Bartow y-C Christina
(Continued From Page One) contest Mr an Ohio Drifts Manufacturing Co. t% Winter' Haven
Recreation Area south of Lakeland
Ings, now Is speeding into or. Senate seat and former Rep Burlington Industries ES% Mrs. Donald II Dillworth.
and Saddle Creek Park between JudS e AM/FM $,.... Coniolo e Four
Lakeland and Auburndale bit around the sun to become a Walter of Minnesota. Carolina Power Light 41rChesapeake h Mrs Edward L. Shears Mrs h..k.. Sound Syit.m. (Two 4-Inch
lifeless spice derelict, Republican party rules pro. and Ohio 77% Rush Johnston Master DavidB. Two .
attest to the fact that the companies 4-l.chl e R.tr.ct.blo C.'"
are making some definite vide no machinery for ousting Chrysler Corp. 57% Dortch. Master Brigham rldao e Dual 1 Sapphire i Stylii j e flash .
Project chief Jack N. James Burch but he would be In a Coca.Cola Co. 132 4- ,,.. Deluge Ch.ngor e 4S
progress In the reclamation Foster Miss Vikl S. Miller.
early today blamed Mariner's hopeless position If the COP Colgate-Palmolive Co. 47% RPM Adepts e AM/FM R.dio
problem. failure on a protective cover National Committee should top. Cone Mills II Miss Mildred' D. Colyer, liar e Automatic Frequency Control'

During his talk Stephensonused that apparently hung up on the prove a motion of "no conn Continental Can 83% ry N. Smith, Mils Kathleen L e luilt-ln I Multipl.1 (FM Its...)
slides to show what had space craft/ Instead of being dence" In him at Its next Curtlss Wright 17%O Gill Charles P Creel ThomasA. a FM Stone 'lnd.c.tor L i e It.

been done. One of the more thrown clear during early meeting Douglas Aircraft 19% Crews, W. B. Chamblesi M e St.... l.l.nc. loudnoic, 8.tt,

outstanding pictures was an entire stages of night Sen. Hugh Scott, R.Pa., who Dow Chemical 77% Jr., Mrs. Harmon E. Howard fit.. Treble Centred e Automotlt Shut
subdivision southeast of 1 i Off
was reelected this week In a DI. Pont 373 Mrs. Anne S, Brolander, Mrs y and R.cerd lnt.rn e Puih.
Lakeland that 1s being built In He Pull On/Off Switch e .
explained that the cover, Multl.Poiitlon
photo finish, faced a similar Eastern Air Lines 31 Joe II Knerem. Mrs Frank
mined-over areas. which shields the delicate Mar. Soloctor Control (AM, FM.
move as party chairman In Eastman Kodak 139 L. Wilson. Ph... .
"We foresee better land reclamation Iner launch Multiplo) e luilt.l' Int.rn.l
during prevented 1949. He won a 94 to SO vole of Ford Motor Co. Bl% Barlow .......u e .M.FM Eit.mol
as the
people responsible the ship's vital solar panel from confidence but resigned a few General Electric 88% .
Mrs, James A Watson. Day Port
for planning It and executing AI1T60 :
unfolding to recharge Its over .L:1t:0: .
It become skilled and months later.Russia General Motors 99% Lakeland aod 2f H.
more strained battery with energy General Ttlephone 37 14 W. If D.BestinghouSe .
learn more about the possibilities from me sun. Georgia Pacific Corp. 57 Orville D. Eger.Highlands. ONLYONLY
and problems Involved City
said Stephenson.The As a result, the battery failed China Goodrich Rubber 62% Mrs. Carl M, Rice $20995

speaker said that In time and Mariner's radio fell silent.James Goodyear Rubber 46% Haloes City
Gulf Oil Corp 80%
over 80 per cent of the land will said the positive cause (Continued From Page One) Mrs. Austin L. Groggan.
Illinois Central 88%
be reclaimed and put to cf the trouble would not be do.
useful some termlned for several days until party First Secretary Leonid Indian Head Mills 13% Lake Alfred
purpose.There volumes of data radioed back Brezhnev and Premier AlexelKosygln International Harvester 83% Mrs. Millie J. Free MANY OTHER -
Polk and are east 6,400 Hlllsborough people from Mariner are anaylted. have made It clear International Nickel 86% THVRSDWS DISMISSALS UNADVmiSIDSPECIALS }
they will continue to support International T t. T 88% Winter Haves aN5 .
County In
employed directly .
peaceful coexistence and the In. Johns ManvtUe 63% Miss Cynthia A. Broussard.
phosphate mining and the payrolls
reach $38 million. FLORID.STOCKS ternatlonal treaty which pro. Kennecott Copper 1111% Charles P. Creel' Mrs Raymond I'

There are S78 some of these .m- Here are the 1 p m. closingson hiblts testing of n a e I e a r Koppers Co. 88% E. Hock, Mrs Bernie ,

ployes In Winter Haven and Florida docks as reportedby weapons above ground. Both Kroger Co. 33% Jackson and Infant daughter.Mrs. ; ...
Francis duPont Ideas to Peking. Liggett Myers Tobacco 83
Auburndale and tidy'earned$1.5 I and Co. are poison John T King, Hugh
million In 1963. Air Control 33% Today, the Communist haw Lockheed Aircraft 38% Lansden, Percy M. Lester
Tampa Electric 27VtFlorida China News Agency broadcastannuorsary Lorillard Tobacco 44% -
and Infantson
"In closing I wlch to leave Mrs. Bobby LoU r
greetings to the Soviet Middle South Utilities 471%
you with one thought. In addition Telephone 28 Mrs. Howard Pe.'llt and es
to our many projects the Plant Industries 1 Union. The greetings were Monsanto Chemical 83% Infant daughter. loin KarrnA. t.o1 aat+
signed by Chairman Mao Tie. Montgomery Ward U1% | ESTINGHOUSE If PORTABLE
lung President Liu Shao chin National Opsum 43% Rosato. Harry A. Wichard
If ........
-! Chou. Paramount Pictures 93% Ashendale I Ie .0. TV Model lOIt

NEW HOURS TO SERVE YOU BETTER The cordial tone was new but J. C. Penney 86% Mrs. John C Bailey and Infant I Yr per.. ood Looor c.........
the ,*ontent was unchanged: Pennsylvania Railroad 41% son. Mrs Claude H. Carr. e I I.Tr So toplocoMoot c.....i>toeeiYr S16

DAILY *M TO 5 jo PM. Poking Is maintaining Its hard Pepsi Cola Bottling 58 Mrs. C. E. Copeland and infant I !{dare T.U c...,.,...roo WIT

Ur against the West and wants Philip Morris 7T% daughter: Mrs Fred 0

SAirAMTMPMBuilding' Moscow to get in step Phillips Petroleum SSt%, Neal J. P. Smith.Freetpreef.
Moscow is unlikely to. Short Republic Steel 4St%, '

ly before Chou arrived Thurs. Reynolds Tobacco 41 Mrs. Hilton R Hamric )., 4 APPLIANCES

daj] the Soviet Communist par. Seaboard Air Line 83% Lake lUHiltoaMrs.

ty Pram urged Sears Roebuck 124,+
newspaper Bernhard Knaus.
"ur, ding struggle against Sinclair Refining H',. .......a. SALES & SERVICE I .

i e I Materials synptms; and vestiges of any Socony Mobil 87% Mrs. Santo Lafauci and infant
sort of nationalism and chau.vtnls" Southern Company, 84 767 CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD

," favorite Soviet Southern Natural Gas 8 J''
a war 4 lOlLDa.
.... CRy CY 3-3452 "Nead 10 Cumming's furniture"
of '-scribing Peking's ambUlions Southern Hallway 83 H CY 34635POg8
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Around The Town

Henrys Entertaining Guest From Baltimore


Mrs. Nancy Martin arrived today from her home in Baltimore Md.1 _

and will visit for a few days at the honv of Mr. and M.... James Hrnn',

Stately Oaks.

Dr. and Mrs Carl I Knwrr,. Mr. Ore e Smell has arrived lhelte hottest ct'lehrsU-d
returning today frost Miami from Hancock, Me. for ha* tfatftewith birthday with a
where they hive.... ........ tae whaler season She will reside gaily M her horn*. Her class
lag the State Hor.kwftare Society at the hone of Miss Helen .irtiri wen tevlted guests
v1'h meeting- bsaeit. tor fee veat which featured a
.awn** fcc .....
The senior group .t lbs Mrs. Reearda Titus, GrMIII
J -.. Uahnrta Girls tub will hew Deputy to District S, was Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Hash-
,.. a bake sale Saturday .mommcnext honored by the Rainbow Glris barter have moved to Winter ryt
door to Anderson's DrugStore Assembly, SS, this week at DM Htvtlll from Itlinoia, and an. t.+ o
.. I
... ., -, ...- on Central Avenue Hroceeds Masonic Temple The courtesy now making their home on
J1" Ji. ..-..:. of the sale will be used was completed with the officera Avenue H. NW.
.... to finance Uw cost ear I the presenting Mra Titus
..... group's bowling team which with a small winning well filled
was organised this wetk with one dollar billa Tuesday will be Family
Lobster Night at the Lake

Mr. and !Mrs. C. F. Brow. Lake Hamilton students ItfIoII.rht and Ceunlry
dew have arrived from their named to the honor roll .t Club. Broiled Florida Lobster
home in Minneapolis, Mien to Haines City Junior High will be served from seven un
spend the winter season here School were: Lust Bell Evelyn all J.JO: p.m.Maurlce .

1- FROLICS plans art being made, Robert Hargrove, Teeny Kalogrldls and Watts Kathy Bryan Carol
paint posters that advertise the November 19th event The frolics will) feature a Mrs Ralph Rogers plant to hunt Steve McGinnli. Billy freedon hat returned
spend the weekend In Tampa Mhatley and Rosemary Haake. from l Detroit. MUh. to
with her sisters, Mrs Bi-nine Making the senior high honor again spend the winter tea-
DAILY NEWS-CHIEF. Friday, November 6, 1964 Page 7 Lee and Mri Margie Braun. roll were Karen Watts KenSeth ton in this aree.
Review Kit
** Wilson and Susan Haakins. -
a ]hills Tipple Johnson and ]III'. and !Mrs. Ray I'rlngle HAVE A SANDWICH Mrs Edward.rndserv
Helps Pupils WINTER HAVEN DAILY NE' /S-C\4IF\ brother Matthew have been and children have moved here es Dr. Paul Cory, head of the Social Sciences Divisionof

spending this week with their !Mrs Edythe Joliannien, from Dradrnton and art-. mat Polk Junior: College at the open house party heldat
Before TestingCHICAGO grandparents Mr. and Mrs. formerly of New Jersey la Ing their home on Seventh her home. The Dernds,newcomers to Winter Haven,
Julian Milton at their homein making her home here on Street SW Mr. Prlngle. la paa entertain. with one big party a year and decorations
(DPI)-High school Frostproof. Lake Silver Drive tor of the Church of liod.Woman's feature all the holidays and season, New Years,VaUn-
students worried about their cob tines Day Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmasand
all the others are reflected In the clever
lege entrance exams have received appoint-
a helping hand from an menu The Dernds formerly resided In Lake Wales,
Club Of Lake Alfred
encyclopedia publisher.A i Mixing Bowl

study guide and examination i Past PresidentsA Harvest LuncheonThe
program, prepared by Encyclopedia 1t'oVd New Banana
Britannica, Inc., Is design Hears Mr. FrazierThe harvest luncheon. for the December meeting of the
Program By
.d students for Past Presidents of the
to help prepare 3 Cream FlavorIn American rut Presidents will be a covered
the college tests. edited by BiLUC CLLlS Legion was held Wednesday dish supper at the Legion
"Based on selected readingsIn Pudding MixA at the home of Mrs. Bert home on December 2nd. Husbands -
the Britannica, the series Woman's Club of Lake anticipate visiting his shop and Owen on Lake Pierce and friends of the members -
consists of seven study guides Alfred met In the Clubhouse seeing more of Ms decorating The luncheon bar was over are Invited and each guest
and a user's manual," a com West Coast homemade dessert served with Mrs. Allen Lewis, Mrs. Ideas nude available to this laid with a gaily colored clothIn Is asked to take a toy to be
pany spokesman said. "The Presbyterial with frscrant coffee Is a hospltable Thomas Erwin and Mrs Zula area. autumn shades and had as sent as a Christmas gin to (heChlldrens
study guides and sample college form ofenterlainingthat Konnast as hostesses Mrs, C. L. Smith, president, a centerpiece a large palm leaf Home
entrance examinations will helpa fits any budget. And It becomesa The program chairmen Introduced conducted the business session edged with native fern, from
student to evaluate his own Has HereThe special occasion when. you Mrs. Robert Allen of and routine business was con- which tumbled an attractive array Mrs. Swanson
Society Workshop
progress and needs In any of the can Introduce your guests to Winter Haven who In turn Introduced ducted and members were reminded of fruits, nuts and vegetables -
seven areas." a new dessert. Jim Frailer of International of the Needlework Guild Small tables, with covers Gives Talk
Five of the guides are devotedto Women's Association of The program theme for the Your new dessert.of-the- Interlois and Imports garments to be donated this of gold and white, were set on
organized review of high Hope Presbyterian Church was session was "Called to be Free week might be a creamy banana cf Winter Haven. Mr. Frailer week the large porch overlooking the On Sweden
school level courses In chemistry host Wednesday when over one and Obedient, A symbolic pie. The surprise? A gold displayed novel full, Thanksgiving A moment of silence was observed lake Mrs. Carl Swanson gave an
physics, mathematics, biology hundred members met for the drama, "The Construction"was en banana filling flavored with and Christmas decorations In memory of the late Plans were completed for the Informative program on "'wed.e. .
and social studies The West Florida Presbyterial So. presented by the First Pres- real banana flakes, The fillingIs for use In our homes, using Mrs. Sophia Mulvane, a former parley's part In the oncoming .." when the Bethany DlMe
other two cover reading comprehension clety Fall Workshop. btans, a dramagroupolrecledby made with a new mix ban. candles, permanent flowers member of the club, and the dedication of the new Legion Class of neymer Methodist
and mathematical A fellowship coffee was held Mrs. Robert C. Asmuth of Ft. ana cream pudding and pie fill and fruits, and unusual contain treasurer was instructed to Home on LakeilveronNovsm. Church met this week at the homeof
aptitudes.The for the members attending Myers. The drama was writtenby ing. The delicate benana-flavored ers. Members were enthusiastic send a cash gift' to the Lake ber 14th. When the public Is Invited hen Grace Ostrander.
guides concentraleonfun Mrs. Donald L. Alrey of Largo Ralph Stone and was first mix can also be used over his suggestions and Alfred Junior High School library to attend a day of entertainment Mrs. Iwanson gave the high
damentals and their applicationand Pre. by t rial presi presented] at Purdue University In puddings, parfaits, tarts, and for a book In her mem. and inspection of lights of the trip she and h.. husband .
provide reading suggestionsand dent, opened the business session. last June, when !9,000 United chilled fruit desserts The the new home, beginning with made this pail summer
review questions. The Invocation was presented Presbyterian Women met for smooth flavor blends well with First Baptist ory.Mrs.. Smith announced she a band concert at liJO p.m. The Ostramler home was betuttfully '
"Authors of the guides are high by the Rev. William H. their second Triennial National fresh bananas and with strawberries would have charge of the TD and continuing with speechesand decorated with arranie
school teachers and college Instructors Downey, minister of Hope meeting raspberries, oranges, WMS Holds and R. D Association Christmas small group gatherings merits of fall flowers and fruit
whose exoerlence has Church Mrs. Frank :Zellor, presidentof and coconut. Seal Drive In Lake Alfred at the open) house festivities for the meeting
Included heavy responsibility the Hope Women's Association Coffee, MeetingThe and Mrs. Vernon Mlncey volunteered which concludes with a dance following the business meeting .
for fint-year college courses," New Arrivals welcomed the women. Banana Cream Pudding and to assist her In distribution during the later hours. that was conducted by the
the spokesman said. Following lunch, the members Pie Filling la newly available Of the seals, containers, Mrs. Marie Allen chairmanof clam president, Mrs. Paul
"With two exceptions, they all Mr and Mrs. Edward L. formed work groups! for study I on the grocery shelves,ld31/2- Womsn's Mlsslonsry Society posters, etc. disabled verteran's affairs, Fletcher, a aortal hour was
wl.erved Pon"lreamembereo1 Shears are the parents. ft a followed by a general.assenjfclfl>r.:. ounce and Sl/4-ounce. pack-. of the First B.ptutChureh Mrs. Hull finance chairman, gate a report of a recent visit entoyei. Refreshments were
Owfcommntee of examinersof daughter born at 1:21: p.m. In the sanctnar ..} ** \rr/ aret: this week hefclenenllitMeirteiif" reported on activities of the to Pay Pines and urged an early served by the !hostess, assisted' !
the College Entrance Examination yesterday in the Winter Haven fee honoring" all present sal ru coming club year for raising Ingathering of comfort artlcleaallppers by Mrs. Bryan Cieenlee, Mrs.
Board," he said. Iloipital The baby weighed inat Hire members of the society.It funds for the !building beautlflcailon and IIprobe.for .- L. II. Brown, Mrs 1\.lIl| Daniel

All of the examinations are. even pounds seven and a NEW YORK (UPI) When Top Banana Pie was directed bytheenllsimentchairman and Improvement, as the hospital and Mrs J, R. ostraniei.
self-scoring except the two aptitude half ounces. the wind howls, even an oily of the WMU, Mrs. C. follows! A Hold y bale scheduled Mrs. Sue Wood, president, Members of the class attend.
tests which will be scoredby H. Twitched. All Individual enItetnteni for December 6th at the announced that I large contingent
A ion weighing I seven skin needs under makeup protection I package (fcl'/i os.) banana Ing Included: Mrs. E. T. Houx
an Independent agency. chairmen of the circles Lake AlT-ed Post Office, all Is planning attendance at
from uneomforlafcle and
pounds and four ounces was cream pudding and pie fill. Mrs. P. C. Fletcher, Mr.AIIre
were the hostesses. members to contribute article the district luncheon for the
In beauty mar i Ing chapping and tn O'Brytn, Mrs Viola Mnaln,
born 3:45
who like firm but at : p.m. sale before theCbrl.tntlS of the Auxiliary
Sleepers a wlndburn.. for sale; sandy stale" president
the local hospital to Mr. and 2-1/2 cups milk Mrs Twltchell awl Mrs. Mrs. W. M, McCufrheon: Mt s.
not hard bed Insert a new Iklidsyscard .
can parties
lattice like frame, made of Mri. Donald II. Dilworth. An Ideal cream for daytimeuse I baked 1-Inch pie shell James Scott, prestdnnt, served, in January rummage saleIn In h': ennjjoying: the hospitality Jennie Cravener, Mrs K, II,
woven steel, between a box Mr. and Mri. James A. Hat- under makeup Is baby cream 1 envelope whipped topping assisted by Mri. Miles Plow. February and; a style show of Mrs Owen, with Mrs. T.L. Mitchell, Mrs G. M. lot''ii,,on.
which rubs in to become invbihis
mix Mrs P. A. Cerke
den social Mrs, Una K.
spring and mattress In lice of son of Bartow are announcing II general chairmen humorous) In the spring more Marnes as co-hostess were
beauty expert report. Is 1 be n.naPrepare Imlih Mrs. Guy T tlllm kits
the conventional rigid bed the birth of a daughter at 1.40 details to be announced from Mesdames Susan Wood, Helen
allergenic, healing .
hypo promotes A business and program meetIng K. R. Aiklnsnn' Mr. D. H, UUs. -
May. Dorothy Clark Elva Crab-
board. The new unit is sealed sin. today in the local hospital time to time.Delicious ,
and will keep the skin soft
pie filling with 2-1/2 was held following coffee. Mrs FlnreceStreeier,
within a plastic cover which ,. The baby weighed seven refreshments were Myrtlce Woodward, Stella'
and smooth, even when
you cups milk as directed on pack Gears II. CasteolandMi ..Harry -
can be sponged off with soap or pounds, five and a half ounces long hours outside at football age. Remove from heat. Cool The calendar of Prayer and de. served by hostesses the closeof Melvin, Marie Palmer, Marie C. Drown,
detergent suds housecleaning,. the business session Allen and Christine Wood.
time. at birth. games or on the ski slopes IB minutes, stirring occasion votton was given by M rs.Kenneth -. -0- ___ -
ally. Measure I cup of the Riling Manuel. She streatedj the need of
; cover surface with was prayer for the Lottie Moon see*
FROMWURLITZER paper. Pour remaining pie filling son of prayer, December '.13, r9 o9ijLio JJqiL iJuLd
Into pie ahell. Place measured

filling and pie In refrigerator Mrs K. I. Rennet' announcedthe
; chill I hours, mission study that will beheld
Prepared whipped toppingmix November 24. The book being .
as directed on package. taught by Mrs Helen Crass uvzL alL
Blend I cup of prepared whipped .is "Frontiers of Advance." A e .
topping Into the chilled measured .
covered dleh luncheon will follow
WORLD'S LARGEST BUILDER OF PIANOS AND ORGANS filling. Remove pie from the Study with hostesses Ming .
refrigerator. Slice banana, arrange the Alice Caveats Circle
slices over top of fill members,
ing. Spoon whipped topping ture 01top of banana layer.
Chill at last 2 hours Garnish The program was given wider ,
the direction of Mrs. Ja..MKeating. .
with remaining prepared whipped
topping) and additional banana II'. subject) was, ''K..
rest R e s 'I Y for KellgteweChange.
slices, If desired. ."

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10 (oo( a m Pastor
Ed WNaey,
(00( >.m.- Sun. Worship School
9:4S a.m.-Sun.
\I 00 p m.-Y.P.C. Meeting 11.00 a.m.-Horniaw Worship

7 00 pm.-Evangelistic Meet. LARRHEA THORNTON The Exchange 645: m.-Traisusuj Uaten
1 45 p.m.-Wed.. Bible Study MATHER CO. 8:00 p.m.-EvesiiM Worship


Rev Carnell Bruce, Fitter CO. Winter H....'| finerREALTOR Rev Robert Staadtfer

Pas ..m.-Sun. School *H. ol u. fhird 5t rurniure ..44,.. a Carpel ,1I11-1" ;.'. :. INSURANCE 11.00 m.-worship
m OntlHy FIf"It.
11 00 a.-Morning Worship. I.w d DrapirloD r.si' J N ---I.. 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School

7 00 p.m-Evangelistic Serv. M Sir... et Ave. J. N.W. D" .. W .stews Winter He*** 611 W. Cw4 -' REAL"1. ::- 6:00 m.-Methodist Youth
Tues riM*. CT 4.2201 OF WINTER HAVEN ESTATE Fellowship
7-00 p.m.-Mid.week service CY 1.061' SOS Tope Ave., N.W. .........* fOJG. NEEDS. ... 7:00; p.m.-Wed., Choir practice

INWOOD BETIIEL 7:30 p.m.-Sec. Thurs. of each

ASSEMBLY OF GOD "Finaer-lckin'( Good" Attw4 Swvlces rtw Ctovch month, Women'i Society of
The Rev. William D. Lee Christian Service
......... .4 Yaw Cacice nis W
Pastor 2I3-1M2 .0. .. s9s ; : sF "k 7:30: p.m.-Thurs. Prayer
9.45: .m.-Sun.. School Meeting

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship r4i BF.V.Mf.R MEMORIAL:
6.30: pin Christ Ambassadors METHODIST:

Service '.'. ..,...,., 700 N. Late Howard Drive
7:00: p.m.-Evangelistic Servo ... ... Rev Len F. :Ing, Pastor
Wed. ..
: ... II (UO) a.m.-Morning Worship
7:00: p.m.-Prayer and Praia* 5 30 p.m.-Methodiat Youth

Service 6th St., N.W. 294-2235 r +s ?tie yrr+, Fellowship
DUNDEE ) Phone 2f4.2ftt 7'30 p.m.-Evening Worship
Highway S42 J'30 p.m -Wed., Mid.Week

Rev E. M. Davit Service
The will be for
nursery open
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School

11:00: a.m.-Ministry of Word Sees The .. .. J7 Publix Market all worship services
7:30 Evngellstic

Wed.' GUEES Family y i +' fr NeA55 0... Cypress Gardens Roadat
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting ,
(j Lake
'110,111' c...... Roy
EAST SIDE \ft> fJlr Rev William TUfla. Pastor

Dundee Highway, Lake Regtaa 16 ci kD 'Vttirrt 1:45: a.m.-Worship Service
Sub. Dlvliloa l'. 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School
R. Paul Wood, Pastor 1j S 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School + : 3.30: p.m.-Methodist Youth

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship "'-1 Fellowship
6:30: p.m.-Youth Service ELOISE METHODIST
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. Rev. Troy Hatmaker
7:45: p.m.-Thuri. Midweek Third Street
Service STARPRESS 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
I 11:00: a,m.-Morning Worship

111 8th Street PRINTING 7:30: '+. .-E-'ening Worship

9:45: a.m.-Sun. School IUSINESS

11:00 7:00:: p.m.a.m.--Evening Morning Worship Worship: ,d, ,,s v There Is joy in giving to God. That i 114 freedom' ultimate discovery And INDUSTRY 'Church of The Lighted Cross"

Toes: the hundreds of thousands of churches which we have built and supported Rev.. Darold N. Storm
: a m.-Church School
7:30: pm.-C. A. Meeting Tampa Electric Co. bear testimony) to the fact. GOVERNMENT (AU Ages)

7:30 Wed.: p.m.: -Prayer Meeting But when there are nations who despise God who tear down churches Nursery class during Chrucb

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTH GATE or forbid their support, how shall we teach this Christian joy to the boys I I School 11:00: a.m.-'Vorship Service
and girls who will be our nation-tomoi' ? +' ".'45e:. rvvi.
Comer of Ave. G, god SE row a ge. n5. : Nursery during Morning Wor.

Rev. Emerson lopes, Pastor CITIES SERVICE Karen and Paul are placing Sunday School "envelopes" at the foot of the aaANKti ship
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School children's altar. 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship WA.n (Juniors Jr. High Sr. High)
6:30: p.m.-Woman'i Missionary ,.", c., _I Of course, \\htit Karen and Paul and their classmates can give will hardly 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Worship

Council ,.e.lm pay for an nlliir. Hut our world of tomorrow cannot he built on Kremlin eco- rl ri rl rr"lIl..ll; : Informal, Bible Study
8:30: m.-
p Fellowship Supper
7:30 7:30p.m.:: p.m.--Christ Evangelistic Ambassadors Servo (be b..,. nomics. tm .!. Last Fri. each month

Wed.: COM LITI FRONT END A mighty generation must learn to worship In prayer and faith and aacri-i FREE METHODIST

7:30: p.m.-Midweek services, Oinnl Tewn.ead0N ALIGNMENT A. nor lire. There 'in joy( in giving to God POWNTOWN SOUTHEAST PLAZA 212S Lake fitted Road

testimonies special prayer ttk Sty N.. C13.$707 Our children 1 learn thin chiefly from .our!! example and encouragement. Rev.Rev.Chadwlck.Msrlsm Donaally Donnally, Pastor,

LAKE IDA Associate Pastor

Rev Olla Luke Pastor THC CHUOCH p'O" ALL* ALL FOW THC CHURCH 9:43: a.m.-Sun. School
Virgil Pope Supt. BANK Or TM i_.w.rw.. '.... .brl'end wwo e.wwnA ",.., r.. c..tr' toedlq 11:00: a.m.-Worship
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Bible .nw.a.MrMMnLur. ... .1. Yrhru-rrrr.W. ... CHEVROLET DEALER' 6:43: p.m.-Christian Youth
Study / wd: 'r.I'w.: :;::.:: W.: Crusaders
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship .- l''I/ 11Ho4 au raid, ....... ....._ Urn U. ml* al a..nrue unnA wa. a VOLUME SELLING pm.-FreeMethodlsl: (
7:45: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic rfrnlrr, .4.11.."","", !10M.., 1M r. d./lyrar/ :: rwNw 7M" hull urn*M,m..l mM MHrwlwut e GOOD DEALS Youth
-- .. M..reww Aw ...,rv ... Plui fe*>e dunk fi
81. M v. ,....-.- d.u'--yy. 7:30: p.m.-Evsogelistic Service

Thurs 7:45: pm.-Pra'er:. meeting : 9 ; Sunday Monday 'fncadiy, : \iV'edassLiy;, '1'1----;;; : 1 Saturday TRINITY METHODIST

'. 4 I Ktiws II Hinir 11 King* Mink II ("J! IlIlhftlll_ 11 (,,,.lintflanM" II Cuilnthlun Chevrolet Center '. CHURCH ,
BAPTISTDAVISTAR ., 17,MniHJi; 1:2R I:: .17 1 ,...,",.41 1fI.-t.: 0'1.6 11/1,15: RevB. R. Blackburn.: faster
BAPTIST Alf 9'43: l.m.-Sun. School" -
Rev Lester E. Miller Pastor MEMIH *.o.i.c @ ] Sty s.w. CY1J1/3 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
J t. y
Hlwy, 17.N. of Bartow Air Base t t L 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
10:00: am.-Sun. School Nursery available for Sun

11:00 1:30:: p a..m.m.--Training Morning Worship Union This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School 8:30: p.m.M.Y.F.FIRST and morning. worship

7:43: p.m.-Evening Service PRESBYTERIAN

Wed.: THE ftlNHAl ELECTRIC Morrison Tour WINTER HAVEN Stela St. at Ave. G., N.W.
7:45: p.m.Fraver. Bible Study C.llt"l.a THE: STORE s LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev, James R. Blackweod

Rev. ,James DUNDEE Hamrlck, pastor C:: 'I CHURCH OF YOUR 9 D R*I CafeteriaDINNER Of Commerce Rev. Robert Pastor Farrow, Associate
9:43: a.m.-Sunday School L..III' e 1:30: a.m.-Worship Service
11:00: am.-Morning Worship DS':::""'" CHOICE SUNDAY 1 fe .i 9.43: a.m.-Sun. Church School
1:30: p.m.-Tr.lnln Union Cy 11:00: a.m.-Morning Hour of

Wed.7:30 7:30:: p.m.p. .--Choir Practice hIP HO".O' City Drug Co. Thrifty City. for Cdar.ltW. t3- _- 'J'iM 81V1A All KIIHI..f-! FHA Eut FiMxiMIIS
: QUALITY JIM SCOTT Ph.rm.tll 1111 dtl Sty N.W. CTI-4IM C.*r.l 4**. a rowrar KM. S.W. CT Mil* 12:13: Noon. Each Fourth Moo.
7:30: p m.-Prayer Meeting .. e.ron."n sow.
...... Women's Association
LAKE 6:30: Each Second
EAGLE p.m.- Tues.

10.00: a.m.-Sun. School James L. Knight Jr. Baptist ALLIANCE CHURCHRev. SCIENTISTAve. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7:30: p.m.-Each Wed. October

11.00: a.m.-Preaching J.:<5 ..m.-Sun. School 180 Sixth Street' NW G. Blair McGarvey L, Near Sixth St., NW (Mormo.) Rev 1. G. Williams, Pastor June Mld-wk Chapel Service
6:13: p.m.-Training Union. 10:45: m.-Morninz Worship W. Fred Schopke Jr., 8.S. Supt. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School pupils 19SJ 9th Street. SE 10:00: s.m.-Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
Service t:4S Training Union 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School up to 20 ;ears of age. Elder D. L. Brinkerhoft. Bishop
7:30: p.m.-Preaching : p.m.- 9'43: a.m.-Sun. School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Cypress Gardens Read
7:45: p.m.-Evening Worship.Wed. 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Church Services 1:30: a.m.-Prlesthood 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship al Lake Ins
FIRST-OF ELOISE 11:00: a.m-Morning Worship 1:30: p.m.-Youth Groups I 00 p.m.-Wed., Testimony
9 30 m.-Tues. Relief
Society 7:30
: : p.m.-Tues.Prayer Meet. Rev William II. Downey Pastor
Rev Walter E. Matneny ,
,...I.orUOO 7:30: p.m.-Prayer ServiceIIAVENDALE 8'41 p m Training Union 6.30: p.m.-A<*ult Bible Study MeetingThe 10:00: .m.-SuD. School 7:30: p.m.-Fri., Young People's 9.43 a.m.-Sun. Church School
7:30: p.m Evening Service 7:30: p m.-Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room la located I.00 p.m. Sscrsment MeetingNo Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning
: gem-Morning Worship 7'30 m -Wed. Prayer Wed.: at Ave. B and 2nd St., NW. evening meeting first Sun. Worship
p 5:30: p.m.-Junior, Senior
6.30: p.m.-Tr.inln Union Re,. Cecil Peacock, Pastor Meeting 7:30: p.mIIour of Power of each month. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Youth High
7:45: p.m.-Evening. Evangelistic 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School prayer Wed.: KINGDOM HALL groups
3:15: p.m.-Moa., Girl Scout
School Service 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service RIFLE RANGE CATHOLIC CHURCH OF GOD 7:30: p.m.-K.l.A. Till 281* Street W. Troup No. 33
10:00: a.m.-Sun. Union
I 7:00 m.-Tralnlng Avenue E and 7th NW Thurs.: 1.00 p.m.-SuD. Public talk 6:45:
Wed.: Worship (Independent' ST. JOSEPH Tues., Men'i
7:30 Evening
p.m.- Rev. Ray Prlngle 4:30: m.-Primaries, Children
7:45: p.m.-Pra'er, Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Wed.-Prayer Meet. R. Dale Simpson, Pastor Th. Rev. Matthew J. Connolly 7:15: p.m.-Suo., "Watchtower" Dinner
1C 00 a.m.-Sun. School Paitor 10 00 a.m.-Sun. School TEMPLE EMANUEL 1.00 p m.Tues., "Your Will Be 7:00: a.m.-'Ved.-Men's Break.
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED FIRST-OF WINTER IIAVEN 11:00 -Morning Worship Avenue M and Ith. NW 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship LAKELAND Done on Earth" Study fast.,

0. Charles Morton Pastor Rev. Albert Carnett. PaiUr 7:30: p m.-Evening Worship Sun. M'IIt'I-T:30: : 1.00. 11:00 7.30 p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. S. Lake HoUbigswtrth Dr. 7:10: m.Thuri., Ministry 8.00: m.-Wd. Choir Re.
9.45 School.
: a.m.-Sun. School hearsal
1:30 a.m. Morning Worship Wed.: Holy Day Masses -7 00 Wednesday
: Rabbi
11.00: a.m.-Morning Worship I ShapiroFri. 1.30: .m.-Thurs., Sees Meet 7:00: .m. Thurs.
6.15: a.m.-Training Union. ':45 a.m.-Sun. School 1:30: m.-Prayer Meeting 7:00: p.m.flnl 7:30: p.m. YPE and Prayer 1.00 pm. Evening Serv. p p Troop-No. 365- Boy Scout
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. Fr. Masses-7.00: a.m. meeting GRACE LUTHERAN
7:30: p.m.-Evenlng Worship FIRST CHRISTIAN Sat 9:00 a.m. Morning Serv.
Wed. 1:43: p.m.-Training Union Weekday Masses-T: am.Confessions. Sun. 10:00: ..m. Sunday Sch.. Ito aid Avetae C, SE THE SALVATION AR1'Y
7:43: p.m. Bible Study, Prayer 1:00 p.m.E'Inaz Worship (DUclples of Christ) :-Sat: Eve of Holy WEST WINTER HAVEN Rev AlII" Benttal Pastor tad S&. sad Ave. T. NW
Wed.: Rev James N. Barnett. Pas lot! Day: 4.00; to 5:00-7:30: : to 1.30 34lk Street NW I 1:15: a.m.-fun. School Captala W. Whittle/
FIRST-OF INWOOD 1.30 p.m.-Mid-week Prayer 9:30 m.-Blhle School A. J. Dunce, Pastor ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL 9.IS: am.-Adult Bible Class Officer .. Charge
Rev J. W. Campbell Pastor 10:43: m.-Morning Worship EAGLE LARKCHURCH !: 10:00:: a.m.-Sun. School. 10:30 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School
Seventh St. and Ave L. NW : a m.-Senlc. of Worship
9.45: a.m.-Sun. School SOUTH SIDE Nursery OF CHRIST 11:00 m.-Mornlng Worship HOLY COMMUNION 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship R. II. Malcolm, Pastor 10:45: a -Junior Church (tot L B. O..t.... Minister 7.00 p.m.-Evening Evangelistic Rev Cyril N. Sturrup Rector First Sun. Each Month 6.43: p.m.-Young Peoples Legion
6.41: p.m.-Tr.lnln Union Buraejr Cow den, 8.8. Supt. ages" 4 through .7)) 10.00 m.-Bible Study Rev C Lee Gilbertson. Curate TELEVISIONTHIS

6.00: p.m.-Evening Worship I 1:43: a.m.-Sun. Bible School 5:45: m.-Youth Choir Prsc. 11:00: a.m.-Preaching, Worship Tues.: 7-30: a m. Holy Eucharist IS THE LIFE" 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship
Wed.' 11:00: a.-Mllrnln. Preaching I 45 p.m.CbrIIUaD'outh 1.30 p.m.-Preaching 7.30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 9:13: a m. Family Eucharistand 9.30 a.11I.Channel S Tul'..:
7:30: p.mMid.Week Prayer 7:00: m.-Study class for all Fellowship (Senior) Wed: Thurs.: Instruction 11:00: a.m.-Channel 0 4:00: p.m.-Sunbeams
ages, Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Interned.] 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7.30 p.m.-Young People's Endeavor 11.00: a m. Morning Prayer RADIO BROADCASTS 7:30: m.-Ladiea Home
FIRST-OF WAIINETA for men and women 7 43 m-Evening WorshipWed. and Sermon League
Rifle/ Range Road 1.00 p.m.-Evening Evang. .. 4IT1I ST. BAPTIST MISSION WEEKDAY SERVICES : 30-Complete: Service Wed.:
Rev Frank Favla llatie Serv. Broadcast, WSIR 9.30 m.-Ladies Bible Class Rev II. T. Ward Pastor ELOISE Wednesday, 7.30 a m. Holy I 7:30: p.m.-Clrl Guards
9.41 a.m.-Sun. Service 1.00 p.m.-Ved., Prayer Meeting Chl11 ) 9.43: a.m.-Sun. School Rev W. E. Wright Eucharist WGTO S40KC) 7:43: p.m-Pr yer Meeting
11:00: am.-Morning Message Bible Study 2* Seventh! St. sW 11:00: a.m.-Preaching Services If I 00 a.m.-Sua. School I UNtFFIUATED Fri.:
"'00 p.m -Training Union CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 7:00: pm.-Training UniorS 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Friday 9.30: a m. Holy j I PRESBYTERIAN CUURtH 4.oo; p.m.-Junior Choir

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service, HsUleld Road ABIDING SAIIOU'RLLTiIERN 411 Ave. K. SE
inspiration Wed.: FH: iMMANUEL' LUTHERAN I
Delmar D. Dfbaill. Minister
Central Baptist Church 9 4S a mSun.. School 9 30 a.-Bible School 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7 30 m.Yoting People's Meet. 144* Mtk SC. NW. la Iaweo4Rev CHURCH Sat.: Ceerge N. MUst
11 00 a.m.-doming Worship Mania Galat... Pastor"FAMILY IN AMERICA
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Messiah ChorusTo Ray Mattoxand

I'ii NEWS'l 'II.

By Joe Atchison 791hR'- 'ell a' Wi .t.\1 RehearseThe Lynn W. Kirkland

This weekly column is devoted to motorcycles: Messiah Cl&nis had an
their ridm and enthusiast This writer hopes that unusually good turnout for rehearsals ANNOUNCETheir
this putt Sunday af
those unfortunates that drive am only, will read this f1I ternoon. Many singers who have
column too and learn a little about one of this coun.try' J' II II' I V'i returned to Winter Haven to Association For The
fastest growing sports. : :, = live after several years absence
kX) said they are to pleased
One of the biggest factors in the fast growing .... 1fnJ thai something stayed'aorta General Practice Of Law

popularity of motorcycling is the importation of inexpensive 1Df. FW.rtt... traditional"'
lightweight machines from Japan. With prices The director Robert C. Offices Located In The

starting as low as $260, and getting as much as 200 I" Branson, stated newcomers are

MPG, these machines are perfect for transportation to .. I i every still welcome Sunday to afternoon Join the for chorus rehearsal Philips Prof. Building

and from school or work. Because of this, the imageof -I .- flJf.iO .. :3 to 5 p.m. at the Practicing At
Lji K.I;; Beymer Methodist Church In
cycle riders has changed from the hoodlum type as the Social Hall
seen in old Marlon Brando movies to the average student o1IQ .ft' MATTOX and KIRKLAND
r. Members ot the orchestrawill
and working man. In fact those gang type hoods .
Join with the chorus at ATTORNEYS AT LAW
riders and walkers alike, have given the black leatherjacket the same time.

such a bad image most present day riders won't i

wear them. The past should be discarded. Leather jack- CHURCHES
ets made especially for riding protects riders from I -' .. _

I wind and could save a riders skin such as elbows, Invite !Ql! To Their Services

I arms and back in case of an accident.

NEW BUSINESS .. The Winter Haven Record Mart his opened Its doors at the corner of BEYMER MEMORIAL ST. JOHN'S TRINITY
First St. and Cenlral Ave..SW.Owned and operated by R, C. Dottle J....., all brands of record me hale. H.ward Dr NW Open.Oard.es Sand Hw.MsN SexnwardIN '
Too Dangerous In all speeds will be handled. The shop plans to specialize In the top 100. Sr MwMewaI el lake MY at 111,1.111 Drlv.Miftht.ra .

I Becoming a motorcycle rider is a danger in itself. ; : Leo F. King, Minister:
When mentioning you would like to a motorcycle A MATTER OF TASTE Minuteman COSTLY NIGHT R. F. Johnson, Minister: Ben Blackburn
have KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI- TOKYO (WI) Former po. William D, Tiffin e os e........ .."...
1 the first words heard from mother wife which It offended J. G. Str.dl.y
jour or you're bjr women Is Launched lice officer Michlo MlywhlU, 11,00: 101....'... W.r.51a
ever the case may be is, "Too Dangerous" or "\\ hat'll taking showers In television 47, has been sentenced to one 5,10 ell_" ......, 515 a ",00 Ww.Me se.. 1010..1 lane
commercials or posed nude In and half In prison for '
do when it rains.." As for the first there VANDENDERC AFB, Calif. a years ,
I you question magazine ads, don't look. taking a woman out of Jail to 1100; "tr.1', ,
(UPI The Air Thurs
: are more people killed and mangled in cars than on That was the advice of Kenneth launched- Force spend the night with her In a 01"......." 5//-/uedsY: ......1 7,30, 1.1. Werahla"
day Its Minute.man
i Sullet, Los Angeles adver. fourth hotel also vwta, ,......."1. 5 00 10110II MNM4 .' suedav ...... Ill a.......
No. 2 the did before
cycles. Question same thing you Intercontinental ballisticmissile ,,,.
Using director, at advertls. Mlyashlla was convicted of 1110, ie.ete., W.reNla I..n.. relNeMS WW ""O" II
had a motorcycle. And so the battle. For round table In as many days on a A or..t 0.0 .r rl.l"
you goes Inc Thursday successful 1S.000'mll. trip down forging Jail papers which en. 101.'''.''.' 51.51e5"NURSERIES, ,
the average man that has had no salesmanship train "It's Just a matter of taste," the Pacific missile r-.. abled him to release the worn

ing it takes a lot of convincing.Most dirty Sullet about said taking"There a shower Is nothing" launched It was the 71st Minuteman an from her the confinement following morning and return ARE PROVIDED

people still consider motorcycle riders an ir- from this base .

responsible breed with no knowledge of law or safety.

The biggest per cent aren't though They have to be

responsible safe drivers to( survive on the streets and

highways with irresponsible car drivers that haven't

realized yet that motorcycles have as much right out

( there as they do. There would be fewer riders hurt if ;

; auto drivers did. Most of these unfortunates that don't wxLa.

I have cycles don't pay any attention to them. They

4 pull out in front of a cycle or crowd one off the road

r and look back at the poor mangled soul in the ditch

\ and say "there should be a law against those things.

Next week this column will have a report on .

what's new from Yamaha for 1965 and other Interesting -

news from the world of motorcycling. Drive

safely and watch out for those big gaudy autos.

I Of The '" .

Topic DayBy I .. I .

AL KUETTNER Demonstrations will be used asa
United Press InternationalWill last resort
the Negroes march In In a post-election comment,
the streets, now that the elec. Roy Wilkins, executive sec
tlon Is over, to press for more retary of the NAACP put pick.
civil rights? sting and boycotts at the bot.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., tom of a strategy list. The list
the general of many street was headed by negotiations ed.
demonstrations of the past, has station and court action ,, r- 4
said publicly that he is "sure" Despite King's remarks on
such activity will be necessary demonstrations, Indications are beautiful line
This led to Immediate specula that his planning at present U you're
tlon that the minute a new of a calmer nature. During the lo
president was elected there Negro leader's recent news conference --- -- -- _._ Ot
would be renewed racial cam. one of his associateswas *\

palgns.This Is what happened to breath heard: "we've to say got under bigger his If you can resist young as you think.

prompt King to make his state things to do now than have dem. f'Xc.:
mentHe: onstratlons", I
called a news conferenceIn --------
Atlanta on Nov 2 to de. AEC Conducts ,
n pounce a scheme to get Negroes
I to write In his name the next Nuclear Tests a. .
I day for president thus cutting
I the Negro vote away from Pres. NEVADA TEST SITE (UPI!
I Ident Johnson -The Atomic Energy Commission rN
King's comments on this point (AEC) conducted an un
were about to wind up when a derground nuclear test here
newsman asked: "Dr. King, will Thursday to determine the effects .
there be more demonstrations of a contained nuclear
after the election?" blast in carbonate rock. : -
King had answered similar Dubbed "Project Handcar" -
questions several times In the the blast was touched off 1,320
put year, and he gave the feet underground In dolomite, a
same answer to the latest one carbonate rock similar to line
there would be demonstra. stone. AEC spokesmen said the r.IDAA
tlons until there Is "Justice"for detonation had! a yield of about
aU Negroes everywhere.There 10 kllotons.
are no signs that King's The experiment expected
organization the Southern to provide Information to advance .
Christian Leadership Confer the basic technology for
ence, 1s currently mapping any entering effects.Plane .
major campaign anywhere.
furthermore. King will be Crash
leaving soon for ceremonies: In \t.
Oslo Norway, where he will be
Total Is 10 1
formally awarded the Nobel Think young? Then your only prob.

Peace Prize It Is not likely EL CENTRO Calif. (IPOA lem 'it which Chrysler to choose
anything big would be under. 10th person has died as the Each of' the seventeen beautiful,'
taken In his absence.If result of last week's Jet bomfc. model In our showrooms has
and when anything gets er crash and fire
started Alabama and Mlsslsslp.pi Navy Day observance at the something very special to offer
are likely target areas Tests naval air faculty here, officers There are seven economical
of the new civil rights law are reported. Newport Each one has eighteen :

likely la both states racial Mrs Shirley Thompson 27, 'feet of comfort' two tons of secunt I II'
of the major
wife of HrYlc.mu3oe
Thonp. 383 cubic inches of' V8
organizations the NAACP, is /. I
son mother of sit, died
I now reorganizing to Alabamaand Thursday at the naval hospital power Priced just, a few dollars a I
U not likely to launch a in fan Diego, Calif. month more than some popular

s real campaign any time to eoncen.Irate soon.The .. Nine other persons were I ,, '!.... *--. .we..lyw r. smaller cars I
NAACP plans
I killed who the twta-engine live 300s The with
fiery big car
months on \
In the coning
Navy bomber crashed In flames ,
making use of the vast facilitiesof into the Nary the sports.bred look. The quickest t
poet exchange
the federal anti poverty. complex Oct. 27. More then 20 ..r'tl'' Chrysler of them all. I
program to help the large behind DUm.j others were tajwred. ... -_ ,, Five New Yorkers More luxury>
j her of Negroes who are Cause of the crash U under ,
i economically and educationally investigation. than most luxury ears
--v We've got 'em all. The mostbeautiful I

e Chryslers ever bust
J. A. ASHLEY & SON )- -"' ''r' e Come in today and (utt try to

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: HAVfcN FLORIDA Page Elever

Devils, Robinson Vie HereIn HQ Baseball To Chk' i4, Irish, Ohio State: :

r- PHOENIX.Major .... ( ) In

Crucial Conference TiltBy ti ti toUdate M have Eye Revenge

ttans In '

ably Chicago ...If. .
Bob Hsvlland for the third came between one-man show. Out of 17 Winter Preu Saturday GamesBy

Newi-Chief Sports EditorA these two school. Haven IDs, no one player learned.

couDl.ofrock-harddeleM- The eight o'clock kickoff will has registered more than three. The decision a1 ''w

e5 and explosive offenses bat signal Into action two of the Larry Smith Robinson's superstar Thursday JOE GERGEN
finest prep football teams the has accounted for more 4 waa IPI Sports Writer
tonight In Memorial
eyelashes state. Robinson, with a 4-1 than 17 himself. On that basis, For both Notre Dame and Ohio State the
guarded aerie motive
Stadium her to see which Is I is r.
the better In both department. record, is rated seventh In a a Winter Haven win would stem I i I.gs attended wnltt' and the goal I.I the national championship
statewide football poll. Winter around stopping the swift, powerful and general The top ranked Irish and second ranked Buck,) r, inn
The Winter Haven Blue Devils Haven, 4-1-1,holds down th.lthspot to Smith. And It I* possible front two of their IMS tormentor Pittsburgh and Penn
do just that. Tampa HUla- the :30 major
and the visiting Robinson In the State.
poll. A victory would respectively Saturday in games which could restore '
Knight of Tampa, both with achance probably Improve cither team's borough did and they gained a Chicago dignity to a disappointing' Eastern college football<
of sharing or taking the position.The 12-7 triumph. most often season

Western Conference title, are most contrasting aspectof Defensively, both elevens are the meeting Pitt pinned a 17.7 defeat on
the two team Involved.The battle the contestants Is their offense. almost without peer*. Each ha* its central: Notre Dame last year on the Georgia In Jacksonville in other

has Central Florida gridiron Although both! are equally posted four shutouts six games there was no war' to a 9.1 record and third key Southern contests,
fans from coast to coast buz- effective by land or air, Blue Winter Haven hat allowed 20 I of R* choice place! In I the final national

ting with excitement. So much Devil scoring Is divided Into point, Robinson 25. The Devils ball ratings, while State surprised Warriors
so that between 9,000 and 10- shares whereas Knight touchdown lost 6-0 to Tampa Plant and Frick, who % xxl\ Hayes' Burks, io.,. In Edge

000 spectators will be on hand production 1* simply a tied Hlllsborough 14-14. Besides r. York a* the 1913 both teams contributed Aub.
Hlllsborough, mutual opponent S tal of America hravih to one of the finest Eagles 7-6
scores Manatee and
Lakelandhave been Robinson L,,' .off e v, ,. I astern season In years, one AUDURND\LL; The West'
Southeastern League Title 47-13 and 40-0 and Winter Haven In whl< h the Eastern Indepond. Warriors turned a third
cuts rolled remarkabler
up a
34-0 and 23-0. period pass interception Into a
onl. agmlnst Inter sect tonalopponents.
Winter Haven's head coach touchdown yesterday and came

Calvin Tripled, now In his second from behind to defeat the Auburndale
{ Hut Fastern fortune have
Settled Tomorrow AfternoonATLANTA year here, announced the Junior High school
done a complete about face this
Eagles, 7-6.
last for
starting lineup night
eaaon with the result that
his pro-style offense. Tight end Meet -- -- --- ---- -- Ricky Pitts not only ran the
four of the Fast':
(UPI) The year' Southeastern Conference o.calledHbg touchdown and game winning extra -
will be senior Dwayne Dees "
POINT TRY Denlron: quirterback Allen Harris rlvi' Pitt and
Including Penn
football derby could I b>>. settled Saturday afternoon.That' point in the fourth period,
(185) or junior Larry Peacock around left end :- .1 si ,,_ .
c j. i rr 'J in pjim iftor State, currently are saddled
when 3rd-ranked Alabama takes AUBURNDALb: but he also Intercepted thepaea/
on !8th ranked (175)), split end is junior tr\ scab tKitMeen! the RUN; defeated Ih.'Iltol s with losing record
Louisiana State at Birmingham. Although nearly month of George Davis 060), senior tackles burndale that set the tally up In' the wanIng -
after holding a c Ic!.j ai r ill time The Southeastern andIe
campaigning remains, the a 3-3 season minute of the third period.
victor will
become the odds-on are Mac Stewart (245) and Fight: Conference lead both
favorite to capture the league title Don Dixon (248), senior guards games to go, for go He scored from the four yard
up grab weekend
The two grid giants don't Jim Alderman (160) and David strong Bartow Thlrd-ranked 1 Alabama 7.0 for line on a sweep around end,
have a defeat between them. Barton (200), and junior center tonight with Bomb Kathleen the season and 6.0 In, the SEC after a previous end sweep
back the ,
Alabama Is unbeaten and un. fence Is one of the nation's best. Jim Duncan (190)). In the on tangle with wheeler but once.tied by the speedster picked up 14
tied; Louisiana State has onlya Tech leads the nation In fewest backfield will be junior Rick ledger with an Louisiana State (Mo. t) In yard In the 30 yard drive
3.3 tie with defenslve.mlnded points yielded with only 26 In Anderson (180) at quarterback tradition packed Birmingham and The Eagle tallied earl) In
Tennessee to mar its otherwise seven (tame*. and senior Jim Myers Q70)) The Jacket., ((7.0)) meet the lame when Dennis Wood
only two time 2nd Half Win 41-6 Wg Eight ran across from the ill lard
perfect record. Florida, beaten only by Alabama at fullback and Gary McDantel co-leaJtr Kansas at Lawrence
In the last .. trip after his own 34 yard
takes on 18th ranked (165) and Ronnie Booth (ISO) r'ourth.raiiked
These teams last met In 1808. Georgia at Jacksonville Since at halfbacks. Junior halfback holder of a 4-1-1 Southwest Arkansas ((7.0)), to thkt point.
Louisiana State won 13.3 and opening the season with a loss Mike Page ((150) should alo'N and right now Denlson Rebels scored by tra point felled and the Retch tries to hold Us position against i..d.r. The try for point was stopped

went on to a perfect season to Alabama, Georgia's only action. the Southwest every means porhlble held a one point margin al half- disappointing Rice at fayette. hort.
and the national championship.This other loss was a close one to On defense, ends will be My ence standings. ) afternoon at! Memor lime. vllle, while Texas Coming back Into the second

time its Alabama biddingfor IBtturanked Florida State,which ers and Dees, tackles Stewart Barlow's only Stadium at lhe\ posted theli The second half was all Denl (No. 7)) meet" runnerup naylor at Waco. half leading, 6-0 Auburndal
a perfect mark-It would be will be at Houston. and senior Randy Terrell ((180), week at the hand win of the season with a son a* nay scored ever) time Purdue, tied for the 10th pot moved the ball well\ on pane
the second In four year for the The weekend and guards sophomore Richard ninth rated trouncing of Kathleen Jun from quarterback Eagleion
college football they got their hand on the hall. nationally with florid*
Crimson Tide-and a possible opens In the Southeast tonight Hltchock (16)) and junior Bob Wale ( High. Ahead 7-6 at half- Taking the kickoff Larry Llnd- clear a big obstacle In Its, can bid to end Danny Eubankt: but they.

national crown If Notre Dame with the Miami Hurricanes host Bentley (223)). Linebacker will earlier had a 0-0 ., the Rebs came back sey. scored from the I yard line for Its first 1 Rose Howl trip by couldn't find paydirt again
and Ohio State should (.tumble.1'h. be Booth and Jeff Me- derdog Dade City.Auburndai. run 34 In (he At the close of the first
to Tulane. Both teams have junior up points sec after 175 yard drive In five whipping erratic Michigan State.
regular quarterbacks for won only one game this season. Kibben (175)). Defensive halfbacks down has half, 21 of them coming .. A 46 yard run by Swans Another Ruse yowl hopeful, half Auburndal had moved downto

both teams are doubtful per. Miami Is favored. are Peacock, Page, and upset ball twice.all year. third quarter set up the tall.ctllart.rbarkAl.i.n eighth ranked Michigan ((1.1)). but the faltered Warrior when nine yard stripe,

formers because of knee In. Other games Saturday Include Davis. Tripiett named five the trick 7-6 was undoubtedly Denlson's Harris pawed to end Tim can remain In the running by cornerback
Judea Alabama's Joe Namath Mississippi State at Auburn, others for parttlme defensive In effort of the season as they VOlt and the Rebels were on beating t suddenly vulnerable Kenny Hough knocked a fourth
of the
Vanderbilt at Missis dutyi Alderman, Jerry lUll season, 231 yards and their down pas out of the hand of
was hurt In the fourth game of Kentucky, up rushing way. Illinois team, which smashed
the season and again two weeks slppl host to Tampa and Mem Bert Gerber and Joe Sture.... first week ago Plant passing for a total of Iii The third marker same after Washington In the 1164 New Eubanka, who was In the end

ago. LSU Pat Screen was In. phis State at hlgh-ccorlngTulsa. Eddie Tuttle and Jim MeA game with *. Counting Interception Denlson recovered a Kathleen Year's Day classic (one.After.

Lured for the second time last shan, both seniors, are stillon tory. punt sd kickoff re fumble at nldfleld. Lddy 6Uth.rank Georgia Tech, Die Weslwoodscore, the
Saturday. Little League Games the doubtful list. Tuttle Is sion season to Winter droj>pliig the locals reached the picked up 30 and on the nut the only Independent oilier than Eagle marched back again behind
still hobbled with a pulled yard mark. play .Harris pulled to Vogt for Notre Dame to be ranked In the passing of lagleion
This may place a heavy bur. Scheduled Tomorrow muscle and McAshan has a Bartow managed the Inltlve In the first the remaining 10 yard and the top 10, risk its unbPttlen and drove InsMe the Tribe :IS
den on their understudies. Ala. broken finger. over llalne City on a 37 yard scampei touchdown.The record against t tenacious Ten. with leas than three ,oilnute
bama's Steve Sloan was named The Sertoma Satan host The rivalry between Winter Plant City !56-0; Mike Swart/ for a touch next ID was recorded. na.e team, and Florida meets remaining. Again It was Pitt
SEC back of the week the past Auburndale and the Moose Haven and Robinson will be 'Hound and converting the point when Duet Triplet! Intercepteda who topped the threat when h*
two weeks for his performances Lodge Red Raiders visit Lakeland greater tonight than It has ever 11-. In a mild Denlson fans saw Kath Kathleen pen on the vleltor !SIGN! IONUI PLAYER Intercepted his second past of

against Florida and Mlislcslhpl in little league football been In the past and probabiy In the only bounce back to score une 36 yard line and dashed Into the BALTIMOK UPI!) PallU the day.
State. LSU Billy Ezell won game tomorrow night will ever be In the future The a common q> own In the second pe- end tone untouched.. more bonus player Mike Ip. It was the final game of the

that honor after leading the.Bengals t>. Both contests totfin fat T Knight's were the only team to dale beat Kathleen Covering/ 61 yards Ml sev A 14 yard pass play. from stein, first baseman outfielderfor season for both teams The
past Kentucky and last p.m. defeat the Devils last Y4llr'thatby : Bar tow beat the play, Kathleen quarterback Harris to Jimmy Tucker set up the University of California, Warrior and coach Norman
week he sparked them to a In other local grid action to a 14-0 score. Robinson wenton 347. SUINGS'r Keener pushed the ball the first touchdown in the fourth will play. in the florid Winter Tunnel finished 4.1 for the
The last
come.from.behind 11.10 victory morrow St, Joseph football the claim the runnerup spot time the goal line from two quarter with Tucker taking the iMlriMrtlonal league, rpateln year) while the Eagles and

over Mississippi.Both teams play Largo at 2 .m. at In the Class AA grid champion In this classic out. The ran for the ei- ball In from the 10 yard line signed Thursday. with Baltimorefor former Denlson Rebel head
p I Ml I when
ships. They lost to Coral Gables they for the li-pointer. an estimated 190,000 and coach Jim Clone wound up 'I-4-1.
team still have at least the high school field. 16-14 In the finals. 18-0 victory. In l tddy added the final lesions will join the Oriole In spring Weslwood 0007. 7Auburndalt

one really rough assignment Last year' pregame mottoof came back to win, Gators nifty II yard start and skip t rattling east March. 6000IJK"Mlc -a
ahead. Next week Alabama will 'Cator' Train Set "Wreck Robinson" tlll ring ped a 19-6 win last round around left end. -

take on 6th ranked Georgia For JacksonvilleThe In the ears Winter Haven fans.The The biggest m.r Georgia Aside from the scoring, the
Tech In not : cent series
a game that doe was Rebel line
Blue be
Devils will out to gave an excellentperfoimanee
count In the conference stand. the Bloodhound .
Atlantic Coast Line Gator see what can be done about (UPI) r'1' of blocking and
Ings since Tech has gone Inde. Football Special depart from success toward that end, tow, 407. ) Florida' will try to gel' tackling. They conilNMlljr applied -
pendent. On Dec. 5, LSU will and the be A near capacity I presence to Kathleen
downtown Winter Haven for Knights will out to back into high gear runner
be host to 10th.ranked
FloridaIn at
Jacksonville at 8:53 tomorrow keep that from happening. This pected rapidly Improving and seer tip with I Important "'
a contest postponed earlier morning All person planning writer feel the Tampa club School Field In team Saturday In a down fleM. block that led
by Hurricane Hilda. to ride the train to the Flo I* more vulnerable to fall short. g p.m. kickoff.Namalh. i of a traditional riidry. the way lee long runs.

Saturday, unbeaten and untied rida-Georgia game should be III hampered by backfield Dentists now ha* a '-i rec ryrr
Georgia Tech will be host to downtown before 855. mir TOXIGHTR.blnaoa ) .., the Cetor will have ord.

Tennessee which has had The Central Florida run 1* Jrffm.os >.1 t Wlnlur NdMtereugh Naves sophomores In the startles If .
trouble scoring with Us newly expected to carry 800 persons Chamberlain at Plant Set For ".Jd. atsaekkes 1.-
adopted T offense but whose de. to the game. ManatM at Kin* will bring to the ru.l 1).11. t
Auburndab at Barlow Yo,.1. .......1... .IM allI y
Kathleen al ...... Wales. By United Press Bowl a teem thai has \ .,.I 1..ln.
Claim' City al 11.1.... CttjrI The Iou"" '* two one of the big surprises 'In '1 ,,'. v..... .1I.
H l Senior at Tarpon Series. Southeastern Conference in .... NIa
back, Joe Namath .. .
Noniwaat at lUabnp Barry I'u. lute 10) 1' l
Largo .1'1 PM Biica Cka and Jimmy Sl-lle) / a 4 1-1 mark. A crowd I'lun,,,., 1 .
MY SINCERE Brmlnolr at DuiwrfmDtarwaler are enpected to 10.. to 50,000! I* expected t"rust''. t..... 'hy
open data I ktrkoff. 1 ',.-I I i'rnaa.lNIl..y. /
Bt Pet. Dm HoUliu open Oat action Saturday p.rn. ... I. .....,.....
Lakeland. open date injuries. Bulldog, not esthete h. ? 00 e W.- .
The Crimson much at. the start of the 1"/0''_ lift1 dlW
Louisiana State In "n, seenilncly" have (Men l nne< II..,.. n 'lUrrto
Police Without Clue. inn pao. .
THANKSFor Titan, will.(Me stronger earn week I,. \ .I' Suspects In Track Fire Itnatton come up Sfm'ls, the) knnrked off K 'r i nick, "'m '.''.,', to provide<< Jon with
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I I' I >oo't r -lUttl.
to coach Paul ( ai'lliia with ae, 24.n. I \ n- Mw' roiivonlf'iit liiiiiklnu fucllltUi

LAUREL, Md. (UPI) State hampered by (...iirla running stark ,l- 1.' .1' I"' ". I"Nn lieut.III .

Your Vote and SupportIn police admitted today they were worked out at tern |1'11'' .) II) three, |ix.I I ,.1 j I nnrI1 ,.,. ., III" 1'''''' SGwc es,
without suspects or clues In the 'T1Iureda)'* drill.. ran' bur.. Presto Hi'll"hi" r.n1dk

My Campaign For Sheriff election night fire that destroyed At Auburn, ', (b, i 'I ia>li'i an."11 :t. i list I ... f ,,,, ,, ell ECIINGHc'W'u

34 hones at the Laurel I dan aakl he would )
race track and caused an estimated fenetve and r l l we
I" F Check l hlW' Account*
1300.000 In damages.Investigators against )
said they wereeeklng start Sidle on /fI',.. ) MI"'t'Ital Clioc-kliiu Acc'uunle
MONROE BRANNEN signs the fire may have been sidelined

been started' h> arsonist, bu injured
tMississippi SAVINGS
were not discounting the pout.bUIt State
) of accidental causes on goal line defense .
Thursday in final H"llulI H\'hJIl"

for Auburn. A 42- C'Itr/elrilne Chili Hnvlnu
\ Icioof quad will make
\ Auburn. C''''rilflOHf M of itrg"'belt

\ Coach C II a l I I

said be was IAANSInetnllnbrnt
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(I) Announcements I ((2)) Help Wanted ((6)) Special ServicesWinter !| ((10)) Articles For Sale I ((10)I ) Articles For Sale ((12)) For Rent Furn.RENTALS .


I Opportunity To Learn Haven Drafting Co Auction ONE RCA fcatate 30. electric
Sexy Antique
All Commercial I
type oboe with lull oven In excellent Fumlriii-d Unfurnlahed

While WorkingWinter Residential Drafting condition MO,00. CY.-... 64 E 1IUTCLIP'VE REALTOR

: Ellerdaerl Batlalactlon BMg_ iuaraIW.dDrawn CY 414333TF To Good I Sat Nov. 7th CY 4 4131 Eve t Y 373117TF
7:30 P.M. CARPETS clean easier' with the

In Haven largest banking ._ _ Blue Luatre Electric Ihampooer
-- bedroom ll\
only U 00 per day with purchaa FULLY equipped
Institution has an immediate PIANO TUNINGWorkmanehlp O..tllNtdRe'.nr Val Hochrlen has a lot of merchandise ol Blue. 'l uatre John Boland Hard Inn r>...m. leetrlc kitchen til

Black lIelenea Lace opening for a young man age ,! Purpjlahed to sell We need lo war, 4-1 bath crlllng heat carport. Adult
only 633 33rd It. NW N,'ar U-"
1830 and a high school graduate Call CY MT1I 6-1 clean house Large oak aide FOR SALE CHEAP Two large ga Lake oil Ave (I. "-U3BBDROOM

If you are interfiled in board, Highboy chest and drew heaters. One Keroeene. one bum -- ----

peeking a career, then this U \-500s-------- FOR WISE SHOPPERS! big vanity. Early Victorian .r .healer Dundee by. RR. lilt Lake Silver furnIshed Drive Silver apartmenton CrentAuartment

\ J '.b. your opportunity to learn while ((6-A) Animals & Supplies sofa. Marble top chests. Antique elf 641 II r. C RoptckJ. f4 *. Call CY 3-eT7U i-TF or258las.

you work with chance for advancement SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME dresser organ!: cornered FOR SALE: IIIIId BurraughBonkkeeplag Machine ,
bud ROOM house turnlahed R<-*.-
in the banking MIMIB PINK POODLE SALON tilt top table, Mahogany console Good CMdltEm: Haaaonable price priced Contact 131 11th SIS

neu There are also many Complete prafeaatonal grooming table. cut gUsi. Copper, THORNTON' FURNITURE CO CY14'tH. onably: Rifle Range Rd 6-8
company benefit such ai paid for appointment ll-TF lusVre Hind painted plates

WO Cyprus Gardeni Road vacations hospitalization and Pressed glasi. Sterling sliver FORMICA top I pC. dining room I-BEDROOM efficiency apartment
Electric kitchen 171 Ave N. NE
11 HERMAN SHEPHERD puppIes table A I chair 13000. Good
Open V X.M. 'til 7 P.M. pension plan. Apply in person AKC Dam Imported from Kuropr I THREE IVORY BROTHER FINK UPHOLSTERY Gold leaf frames, Brass eagles. condition CY 3-3771 after I pm 166 a month Call at M2 Ave N

800am: 1:00: p.m. Monday Heady tot Santa to deliver WO MOVING COMPANY CXPKRT REFINISHINOCOMFIt.k Walnut bookcases, Clocks. 21-TF NE, I to I p.m 39
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thru Friday to Charier K --- Agents ALUED VAN LINES WOLFE: UPHOLSTERY SHOP Brass. Copper and Eric-brae LAM 7 I. sofa bed, "' .00. Metal DON'T MISS THIS ONE'

Your Choice Hotter, Vice President Cashier I MALE BOXER Stud Service. Local Long Dlelano, 314 Ave. A. fiE CY 12710 items of all kindsl'axla's Ironing board. 1360 Electric :1-Bedroom apartment bath with

r from Z.... Kealaured lawn and whit Moving ft Day NIghtTELEVISION lawnmower 115 00 611 Av. F, SE dreaalnat room Kitchen, Florida.
CYMM1. 34-TF Call Collect t.G7M1W..h' :28-Nov 28 1-. room and living room Excellent
; ..... Oft Barton Air Baa Auction Calerie neighborhood I house off! Lakr
: National Bank PUPPiF.i Peklng.s.. Ragtotered CY 3-4970 I-TF
:. Exchange RUBBER STAMPS For check Martha WOO
: $895h I Miniature Poodla Full lln olPen :36-Nov' 25 REPAIRCALL 4268 Hwy. 92 w. Lakeland endoraement signature other
i DUTY :
: Of Winter Haven Man1N.t OAKDBN Bupplle* -SUPPLY 186.8033 purpoaea aim dating .amIVARPRIIS8.

299 Ith 81. NW. CY I-ITS" 4-4 aaali pocket tamp. ((12-A) For Sale or Rent
ALICIA s.epkiI 44 ALUMINUM JORDAN'S TV We also have a large consignment : Phone CY 4-1UI 111 Av.

I TOY POODLE: Black, ,ntale.f 2ta-uoa of modern and miacellan A-NW. -TF

EXPERIENCED LP ga* ervlc weeka old AKC Registered For TV Repair. TransIstor l ....I"'kln-- RENT WITH OPTION: TO BUY 3-
I Crr: Girl >p Amerloin Girl man Af. :XI to 30 Vacation m.dlI I 294-1236, M .Screen Enrloiureg tCarforU) Car Radio HIfl.Cu.rant.ud coos merchandise for our Frl i '1. double fluorescent llghU 1600. bedroom, 2 bath home with plcn

I C.id Ways Cold Woos Cal coverage. Ills lnuranc. retirement AwnlnnVlndow\ Screen night tale November 6th (able* 1360. chair desks. 1200. 34ft ty ol room CY 3-0760 1-.
uniform benefit Opportunity S I. H OKtKN STAMPS '
.Bulldlnf Bpeclalltle" 1:30: p.m. 2 x 10 a and 12.. Amplifier with
lor advancement II qualified.. ((7)[ ) To Buy or Trade ALUMINUM ITT microphone 1300 ft I In. pipe 20ft
583-41143: for appolel.monL
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Call JI-T" DISCOUNT. SALES CO INC. CENTRAL: FLORIDA .6- length JV per ft Cement block ((13)) Real Estate For Sale
lOt CY 30618 410I
Let Oeorne Do It
REGISTERED Roil Relate aalMSrann WK BUY used aullanoM and fur- Ave A, ft 6th St. SW MJM94HOct 2M1417Proleaelonal

CV: I.113* Ootn ivery PLAZA Evening lull time. I.EONA'8 REAL MBE and nil ura'urn and II"we.*. aell BROOKS ueed aipllanca AtPLI : 37 Serviceat STRAWBERRY Road H mile plant South ol on Old Thomhlll Win ( I LA) For Rent, Unf. LO>'FLY MOMF'
CY I-01IIT moderate
/ ANCES *: FURNITURE' 2161 Havendal DIHrATtHLU1UO eipeneeRADIO ter Haven Lakeland Road-2>3-ITT4 :3-Bedroom CB FurnUhed all
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Blvd. e-TF 12TVII. : electric Built by owner 4 ,.ar.
a Jewelry laihlon how hoitua -- TREE SERVICE llavendale old Movlw north Owner, *><
SOMETHING NEW tarn Ire. gill lot Chrutma Call i 7-Tr FOR RENT Modern unlurnlJoh.dI.bedroom
WANTED: Hood used "nloon boat ALUMINUM canoe Luclca 3Bth 81., NW. S4
293-8734. -TF Call 373-1903: or 17:1-1831.: 54 camera. hair-dryer rocking baa.ln. noun Air conditioned. -- -
favorite Cocktail Served Near Enchana; Bank and Downtown NEW INCOME PROPERTY I
your -
TRIMMINII. CAVITY DEM088.lNG et, crib awing-a-matte. aterlllerplay
FREE when order your Bell KNAPP SHOES lull or part WILl. TRADF:: TWO CHOICE LOTSIn I CAIILINI2 RE 8ETT1Na. WHEEL CHAIRS pen. humtltfler, acale. child'scat Suitable for office. Adult Apartment. plus 1 warehouee
you tlm. Ware 126 to IIM a week on Lake Alfred a* part down payment : ('mpleie' rican-np Fres Ketlmatce. seat. CY 4-:2012. .-. Reference. hone 2t3 1144. 13TFI for additional rentali. <26 Av A.
dinner at LAMOND STEAKHOUSE high commissions and brOIl. on fond 3-bedroom Cli hnu ePrefer ,_nll; LUKE S TRICK AiCltViCPI: NW, second building behind Chamber -
Steady year.round buelneea, bqulp-! ;; I i ol Commerce. Easy Flnanclnf
with heat and air con I
AND LOUNGE. one CY 3-9270. II-No" II
WHEEL CHAIR for rent. Alto BEDROOM bath home South-
mont furnished fteo Writ to Wm : 1 1S-1F
,, 111.600
dltlnnlng d uble garage or ntrs I COCKTAIl. ring < ruble, 13 pt
K w1M E Sle -l. 81, Orlando -i workshop In nlre I lurallon. vlrlnlty Ho.pltal.Bed. Crutches Rentala WalkuriConunodra CY. diamond gold mounting. 15003Dlnmrrlng o.a':36: onSt'l:
Uodlrey SlIt
Dancing this Friday & Saturdayto 11 I Winter Hav<'n Bon A-1494 % NeweChlel I FIRE EXTINGUISHER I-3411. 176 Ave A. NW It-TF 7 diamond. 15000 617 27-TF P'OR SALE bedroom. home nearly
the Music of Lee Pasternak O"-n.;; ;- I <-I Spring Lake Ct.. NW' J..4QUAIJTY new Built-in kitchen Full price.
MALE. colored our unfumlihed. 16500 CY 4-3633 21-TF
3-BEDROOM houae
from > til U dlitlary dr|..rlm.nt, Year round ,, Reconditioned men Clean Pleaaant aurroundlnga. Call ---- ----

employment. Many benefit. Apply. ((8)) Automotive WIRE EXTINOUISHER SAI.ES VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS work uniform Not pre-packaged at 1023 2nd Bt SE. -T"
Come early for dinner if you ''.TKinnel Ofllc. Winter Haven $SfcRVK C02 Recharging! 807 All ataeccolor tl 00 suit 616 "_ ,,__ Beautiful Home
Ho.pltal. 1-. Fla. Arlana AVI, Auburndal Side
Hlh Bt NW Winter Haven
dealre or come and enjoy dancIng I I-BFDROOM unfurnlehed houaeATHERTOM .
I Continental Can a'l-No.. 27
29J-1387 24 Hr Brrvlce 2-TF KIrby W. Beautiful Deal
I 643
and delicious beverage EanJoll
your CURB GIRlS Alan part tlm Hoover Electrolux other: .
Central CY 4-3284 13 TF
Inild help Day or night Apple II I'I'co pickup, del,very tl--
Dog 'N' Budi. Havend Blvd. 2-1 V1cu't7 UPRICHT Ireeaer 15000 Redwood 1 BeautifulGarden
.picnic table and benches. S31 00. I BEDROOM I bath IKS 00 731
.: bathlnetta HOOD Car bed
WAITRESS wsntsd.Noat and d.pondahi. Baby Slat Court. NW. Beaalry Realty Grove
54Brengle's .. Apply at Sundown R.*. Mild T Nov. I I3W. Stroller. $13 00. Infa'*eat. 1419S3 Co. 134 6th St. NW CY 8-2757.
---- laurant betwten 1 00 p m and 1 OOp Burn Moth Hi.lea Tears Pnntlai- |76110. Inquire morn. 27.TF
m. I 00 p.m. and 11:00: pmItTV Exoertly Re-Woven mx* Mr*. May, 1611 S. Lake 8hl|'p -- 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, model home
SMARTT RRWEAVINGSKRVICi. AUTO SERVICE Dr .. 1 BEDROOM: duilex\ Stove month.4 with Oak & Vinyl floors Imme.
--- -- refrigerator. 176 00 per
Jewelry WOOI_ or BILK presser, Apply! In 533 POPE AVK' CY 1-3731 Southeast Section, Atherton Realty, diately available. Open everyday
txiraon Wright Havandal* Cleaners 1964 CHEVROLET BelAIr 4 Dr. I EstablIshed 1119 SPECIAL (43 W Central, 284-3284 1 TF at 129 Lowell Road (Street
113 Third '1..... SW 8400 Havendale Blvd M4-9U01:
-i2 V8 Full Power, Firtor -DODOBAuth"r :- 3-BEDROOM home 1 or I chll- la misspelled ai Powell"" on
U Block South of Poet Office 21-Nov. :32 I >.d factory Service Oil THIS WEEK ONLY dren accepted 18600 monthly 1067

QvaUty Welch e4 FART lIMIt ;;.;-work; -,:-Winter Air. Chryiler Plymoulh .Lancet Lake Shore Way. Lake Alfred 4-10 city maps).
Jewelry Repair Haven Auburndal ...a. tarn 1963 DODGE DART Sta Wgn. BUILDING REPAIRS FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS 110000 off regular price. Brandnew :3-BEDROOM house near Chain of
In Call
from hour
II. 1360 per fully aag aew JOHN G. WOOD
131 Bt 11II3 410t15Nov.
: 'lxllI SW
: hlIO'M'I: ; Lake In wood Ideal for coupleFluhlnir .
298-1011 lor appoint ment. T to P Rill Air Cond II Inn buttmholae, .
19.NOV. 19 P.M. only 1-a monogram. blind hem. darn and Boating Water and lithti & Assoc. Inc.
.... ----- FALCON Station Wagon Far email repair job call re hundred. of deeoraUd etllchea All Have reference CY 1-8813. 6-8 ,
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JEWELRY FASHION SHOW WANTED Part-time wallrea. San ..red builder CAMPING TRAILERS wltniiut attachment FIreS. I callsreceive 29}.2S17 Fhonei 2) 1138
Everyone Invited Free Admit- Marco Reataurant Apply" In perimn Std. Tram Air Cond CY I 3470 Ire. Console with order
((12)) For Rent Furn. 16OWNER.
..Ion. Monday Nov' 18, at I pm 13 TFFOUNTAIN
111 Avr I. SB 213273411, J1962<< TEMPEST Station Wagon I :J6.T'I FO .f FREE .
flIRt Applyson In r- CB
p 1-b lesIon "r... 6N Are C. r Auto Tram,', B&ll'. ; Air I FURNISHED APARTMENTS .Florida room old gar
((J.A) Inttructioni SB HI: L Condo Painting Papering I a bedroom SIlO to 175 a a.rY 4. l-l
ZKOZY' 0 CALL up Beailey Realty Co. 134 Ith StNW ,
1962 DODGE LANCER GT RepairingI CY 1-2767 lsTrI
((3)) Situation Wanted Tram : T. 116 Stevenson
Sport Coupe. Std 294-4205 BEDROOM furnIshed apartment '

-ANYTIME- 643 W. Central Av*. 2S4-3284 ,
WIlL DO Ironing and abc keep manahlp fast clean and reaaon Sale Service Rental -
given in my home or youri your child In my home. Iteaunn 1960 FORD FAIRLANE "WO" able Ph'nCV I MM Ill 4th FLORIDA WHOLESALE D18T Inc. II-T"
Havendale Blvd 293-7I30: : be told $17 900
Sacrifice Must .
Street ,J.n.Ph1 Village 17 TF -
abl.'all I'Y 3-3841, 55 .12
Day or Evening II21 per lea 4 DR, Auto. Trans, B&li, 14 TF I-BEDROOM lumlahed apartment BR 2
------ ----- -- worth much more ) ,
--- Ground floor. 606 Ace L NE. -
ion and up Extra Clean.Floyd I RKFRMERATORS: : Nor,* Front t-TF and
( House Trailers PAINTING JOHNSON CAMP TRAILERS tree and I Kelvlniter Good work. baths, large living room
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Call Sleep I Cloee-,,ut price I4H6 up ins condlwindow \ !Ml.cellan.Ouu door 1 ROOM nicely furnIshed apartment Florida room plus utility room
Roberts Bank Rate llnancli .. Iowa. |:J6 .. acreen. etc. 29J:- 846M._ Air conditioned Water fur and workshop Till home Is
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('IIARI.ItS; IVFRSON month Regain your payment by nlahed CY 3- B66. .-l
Mrs. Diann Browning Trailer with and wllhoul Cabanas 1'h,,ne CY I-"Willaretul renting to your frIends USED ALUMINUM" ..1IP.IT8-p.: only S years old Terrazzo floors
LAKIC DEfcR TRAILER PARK Motors JOHNSON APPIJANCU3: plate JS x 30 1" 25c each up die In
Hwy noor Walking closet
: W rk by Hour or Eatlmate lit apartment and lots of ipace
% 3 7141 InquIre at 0 C 1 Ie.. Telephi 17-IJ Lake Alfred 7lltl to :20 plata. 20-31 plate J3c each: lance to town and lake Quiet
2I4-U44 161Sov' 15 Your "Uadf Dealer I-toiov I 26-Nov 26 40-11. 1".11. He each over 100 I and clean Adult please. Ml Ave beautiful Garden Grove, near
Anytime,6&8 .plate IKc each Excellent for many
TF Gardens.
BEE: THIiNEW: 2 wide Detroit.r HI lib 1>&., !MCY: 14111 keen,' and farm u.... Re-roof dog B. NW. I Cypress

at Lak. Shore Court lOll Hwy :51 MOTORCYCLESYAMAHA 4 bird houae. with them u.. a* ON CHAIN OF LAKES I I
II West Auburndal.. 20-TF FIX-IT SHOP aiding on 'farm building At th. Bedroom housekeeping eottagea.Alto EDNA WATSON'

((2)) Help Wanted MOIIILIC: HOMER AVAILABLE: --: for-Immediate; ;;;;
Ml Modi-la *0' and \t widen cry M It tandem aal. ueed Trail 4 TRIUMPH CYCLES --- 17 North M NW CY 4 4141
Quirk aervlce toasters. steam COURT MOTEL Hwy Ill Ills .
In atotk 1350'*. 14 316. Let ua mobile bulk fruit traIler Hacellent Iron on, electric blanket "Jelt Marling and sports| model LIKE NEW Boy 3-lnrh bicycle 27-TF
E880 alatton ha* opening lur a full drive you to th. laclury at own en.pen. con I lion Aleo 4 new all clock,perculalora cleaner Phillips ..o r Ilnmv Down I Basket lork lIke new condition -6-
tlm cmiloyeea. Paid training I .. pick your own coach. 12' aluinlnuni !M n. bulk fruit Fll. It Shop tacuuni Corner 14th and (1. KWInwuod .-. p m Dally All Day Saturday ':JJ 00. Call CY 3-163 30TFNEW l.AKEFRONT3-bmdroom houne All ---
47. tow 13.Ms. lui floor ,toiler. Special low price. Hunt --- -- --- --
school I avallabl. for right man Call a a a. bat k ol Koay-Kornerrtwne LAKELAND CYCLE CO electric with cell heat carport., IMO DOWN
:M3-V374: for Illtorvlrw by BMaaleiman ,lam to chooM IromCyprea Truck Sales A Servlci'. Tampa I 294-2120 Ji-Nov. 22WEATHERS 301 3rd III. SW CY 43333I M niece' set Japaneaa ChinaIMOO : water furnlahed CY 4-212 MFURNISHED Walk tu ihupplnir center S-be-
3-1 (lardena MobIle f'la lad Red shirley or H a Hoi Nov' I King alae bedroom suite room maaonary Florida room Will
Park and Trailer Sale Ivy. collect Tampa :U4itl>> = M - UK: 00 lOSS Cadillac '1:10.: Inquire Cottage I ronm and be newly redecorated 17400 mon

CY I-4MI "' fternooni 114 Ith Bt, Eagle; Lake bath 4m 6th II. SE CY l-37n lilly I.EONA" REAL ESTATE
SHORT ORDER cooks wanted H Mil. East ol crl'''.* (lardena .SIMODtCLAroRD All metal; COOLING I SAW SHARPENING I-. 20-TF SM Ave C. SE CY 34187 CY I-
Appl John i Realauranl Uartow8F W body New motor and hydraulic ---- ---- -- }4.S M
brakes Ready 101 hunting Call I I.BT ME tell you how t, win freejewelry FURNISHED. modern 3-bedroom -- --
TRADE YOUR MOBIlE: llOMB t.Y I-43M after I 00 p.m MIIM DOWN A BIT BUT gin* In time for CB houa Electric: kitchen IMOO
niClARY: Rereptlonlit d...tredI A. down payment on HIHIM .. -- I Sawn Shears Tools sharpened Chrlatma Uwenn Touch ton. :20308KS a month. Water lurntahed. Adult
I I.., ,..1 Hbllnhed local firm Ability thin CY 3-Mut PICK UP 14 Trd ilydrmuik'bribe. same day brought In We f1. clnrka 11-. preferred. CY I-6M7 6-1 "BRIERWOOD"FEATVRING
book 'Y 1-1III1. 4-. WANT RESULTS ARE PHILLIPS --- --
t' 4 sLutiollrsl l typing and 89is' AD electrIc blanketii tf
k.... :ng would: be helpful. Reply tot I !lAW A FIX-IT SHOP Bark: NIb SPORTS Model Rifle Very attractive FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
II,,x 1446, Winter Haven, Pin Home;; TrailerJtrlahtfor : ;; $ 'Aii'rcltop--t; n-olard! ku.y K.lrnerpelter Avenue U 4 and light weight Very EFFICIFNCIES: and IS. BEDROOMS
i Ida. 111 tranamlanlon new lira. gooUcondllkm STILL "RED HOT" 34th I h.w.HMl. Phone 34.:2133llNov. accurate May ee at 330 4th Bt. NIC' large airy room. I-_ I Bedroom
-- hunting or fishing trailer 117100. 214 IllS 4-101W4 II Jan-Phyl Village or CY I-38T1 for Conveniently located In Old PoatalBilldlntt S Till Bath
- --- -- and low low .TF1 I
$250: ,00. Phone CY 42668 n .. dftalla Its prtca I Call CY MS6I or CYM1I7
Wagon - -- ------- -- -- -- .
VAI.IANT Station --- ------ Qaragif
BE ASSURED TF Small, equity or car Aaaum payment --w-- -- - cu It AMANA upright frteierEicellent -- --.---- .-- T.....*..* liSle
I.'? I-Sail. 5-0 condition Call CY I
| 3W month ups: IOM'ITIUNIJ NICE'
of for Chrlatmai Shopping j-: > I?' all aluminum Good condltktn -- --- -- (8-A) Business Property 3-3714 after I 00 p.m. l-l GARDENS I_ Thrifty Ott Heats
money I, Aluminum awnlnxa and BPkKlXMa.TBR: Tachometer ((9)) Business OpportunityI -------- -- APARTMENTS Furred ft PlastoedI
Tart time work no .lurag. Reaeunable Phil Oaaelen. Complete" wnrlee and new cable USED RtFRllERATORS CY 4-10
experience 130 Robin Court Uke Deer Trail- L t J Servto*. IU bIb Bt. >W Range Waaher Dryer Modern bedroom. luralahed apartment 1100 Don
nrcenary I"r lark Winter Haven. J-l CY 4-42&I: 1TF19U COMMERCIALBUILDING Air Conditioner Reconditioned Air conditioned. Excellent. location 17000 Month
I hASE kitchen reaponalI guaranteed Term s
-- I I I to fully I
WRITE AVON MGR. P. U RAMBLER .....;, AmericanUtattun I I iicraon D,t-k'. Bar-B-Que phone From 1315 and Up JOHNSON
Wagm. llta10 club. CY 203-0453: 90-13 APPLIANCES: Lake Alfred 01\ Ave Q" NW Jut. Wean of52nd
BOX 1395 OR CALL 6824117 ((5-A) Moving & Storage AIR CONDITIONED Lakefront
1-lIIM .
4-2UM: [ Phone rH13. Nile I73-16M Apartmenti Nicely furnIshed
I Ii
LAKELAND I 27-TF Adult. 11760 Weekly. CY M37
46 4-wheel drive Jeep Station Located on corner Lot 65 x i ((9-A) Furniture -- ---- 14-TF B&W BuildersJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

IMPERIAL MOVINC1 STORAOE WaifMt Oeod lira. laud mechanical 100' at 1222 6th Street SW. Zontd SMITHS. NURSERY -
condition. '3110. CY MM after Camellia egg caae-ta bloom. Days cy I-n4T
Prompt and efficient aenrlca APARTMENT a blacks Imu dnwotowa.
HO !1FKr>:l-PRR! to live.In Car your moving needa Call 515pm. M M 2. Priced below market '2.\10. I 4 It ItlblMU. 26e Silver Available Nov II 17100 Nit.. CY ,2111I.. C'Y I-04tS
I J'I I hlldren Age 6 and T. cv -. for Tree eatlmate. --- ----- ._-.. -.--- value at $U,SOD, OOMPLCTE: IMMM lull ol new tin dollar tree. 4 It. II 26 Ear per month or IJO 00 per week tJtlll- -4.
21341 .. UR16MR for at good furniture electric Me other" abide -- ---- ---- -
.r tall Bartow lenla fur Alma Van Line, Inraervlnf CADILLAC i Including range tree It : Many ties turnlahed 2I3-6IM or W3-7KWI!
H all 60 states 14-?" tire. nIna good. Make Offer! Call ali rrlrtgeratnr .1...... table. treee I 4 S ft Punk true. *. 26c 1-..
(:! WIS7 IJTFIIU I lamp etc t I' rannui Used lee Fruit treee with fruit Petunia and : .-- -- !
; VE!: WORKERS HEEDED: can: -- -- I than 3 rm'nth. Take over payment house plant Btr-ROOM: APARTMLNTS FOR. .
R", Da"M or Ronnie Johnston Services FORD CROWN) I m IkwraklrU. 1 .d1 I MOS per week WAREHOUSE as Oak Str.etAuburndala I RENT Reaaoaable CY I-1M3 I CHECK THIS I II
at Lake Hamilton Co-op Heine. ((6)) Special real clean la00 *r trade MUNITIRE. 61 Mh III. NW 11-TF I II.
',t l IIA :J-Ilil iw Winter HavenY lur. motoroyck CY I-4S14. M1W4 I 1-I -4. -- I OLDER HOME
CORVETTE = tWoI ewidltkinCan ; -REALTY I USKD: Jalonai window com- -
1.1.1 I 'TKI''IAN and helper for peru ALTERATIONS: Blind Itched"' : be financed D W Craver203009 -- Zl3.ZStT M3-J5M II Articles For Sale plate with ftaac M lattowhtg. Mass' I. 16000 Up I 412 Hit st.. SoathweU |
"'< ,. nt. ,,.b Apply. 221 6th Bt. : or 3M-II1S. l-l | ((10)) 4 7IW i M. 1- TI 4j 3l1 LUtlmr Wanted
IW ffMP NW CY 11:1f.nbo:7.:: ---- ---- 14 Tlh I k 1 IISwahiut a 25\ AIM 1 ATKLNS REAL ESTATE: Large E
l-Dec SWiIt.r FOR SALE BY OWNER Itol oweretatfed INlet room CY 4-1111 iXLIvtof room -

:,'HANI\' .iperlenrel In CaM -- --.- -- -- Triumph, TRI and IMI PonltaC POLY FOAM RUBBER : chair WOO each Telephone CY at-Nor 21MODERN E with fireplace |
,.. CoSallafactlon tImed 1>1.. Call FR S-11OI day I H4H Winter M
I ) Havea
r* Chevrolet ThICkI.. and I Haven Fluor Surfacing besSstha2
MIM bRINO YOUR I ;rt-- IX Bedrooms S. can
lime CY a-Tll evening Business ; FuTnlehed
Opportunities -- -- edroom
f, "" ",olpm.nt. Permanent PWI OuaranteedL ___ ((9)) CUT 110'11I'$ YOU WAIT LOW'I -- --- -- -
,,,", a I vlrif quarter. See loInWill0. A MOtIFS I ,Rllk FOMIfS TRIM'" SHOP Mil FOR SALE Lavatory complete lor.... All electric: kit 4 i
Philip GrOVeL H.ln... 116 B. "Nt Bt Pnnn CY 4-J,.l ] OUBIIMAN IA'ILIC.r I SeT with lancet and drain mountedIn ekea and (Mat Chwe to toni (41Av : =
''II, U2 2113 Jt.TI' H and IIM Ford V-I. steel .bed t"'k. MAVTAO Ave B NW CY_3-0611 3 drawer formica too cabinet *. A. SW To *M phMW CY
-- -- --- -- -- FR 1111 MF nGln 5-0 1-1In. Suprnu. M E tXBreakfait room
HLANprn: IK:>T' I
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USED 04 Wartd Books la goodcomrNhea --- -- --
W SAI.k. 'M Bui k Full. power A new conreiMton In ell service I act Cau JM.MI alter Iam 00 190 MONTHLY water sad etectrtrM E |X Florida room iiXGarage
clean Mtiet be sean laundrie. leaturtng .MaytaaT. ..,N- UI Ur4) .
and air Very 1TFnine SI > .*allsd Cteaa trailer. 55. :! wllh workroom
., ,, tin'kot .pe'aIad .._r. Here
t I. api.rt-oIaI.d. l VJ>3* $- Ive 1W4
emB** 4om St Xw "
excellent lx .tK* ant to sew T It s
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DAILY PtATHS IISSIN DAILY CAllS .tore al, ;alt E Central. Approitmati j WELDED ; maIm;cattle rack fee I PRINTERS I C I )EDRCOMApsstmsae,. .1 iXLot nicely Urxbcsped : i

WORSHIP IN YOUR CAR I li 'e0'nt ol 00) kalanc. loot pIckup track bo>. SUcet- X aarUaalar aaaal*. iiXPrite
) s:
1KI FALCON HJTVRA I yean W. handle 'metal latu Itnaairing I lent coadNIm $.- CT $4151.44 BOWBft MOTOR LODGE:
and .raa4 Opeainc Write -- ------ .. Itwy I 7 NorthFtmHeSMED $11000 already
0 SUHDAY MOININfl. (lain sq Shin, I
IACH to Harry Feldman 2M Anudeai '
White with turquoise .
P.rI.Tl4tP'i..e, II financed =
Rd Winter
.. Ill: A."' 4* she earpeti, bucket seats. -- -- I TIUYt.OR..urr lug ..(..1' Ave Ham nAND* | COMMERCEINDUSTRY" I aaartaeeat ea Lake

OUTDOOR DRIVE-IN CHURCH radio beater and wiw Ures Apple. banana ok,., Wmalaquaeh. (*\ : Matt** .ki ri.. Ihrlag ruaaa. sad Check these things, then |

N..DINtI' 21000 actual milet Excellent WANTED I .lettuce.. ,oMaa......... carrot aopMrm.a. tabbag caadyclgarettea I ;I .honk "ertrkkltrhea'II.... Nratehec. Pvnareheat Ho a for thorough Inspection E

eondiUon Must see to aa* ...--. Opea mm I maoth or eeaeoa CY MSS11 Etall
A* amk. '" .u. III a. *> h r $4PU1.VERILD
CONDUCTID IN YHI I appreciate. $1100 Phone CY want le .. a* le.eee..*e..l S.Sp.sa LIiMINII |
1 I I ROOM f rale....d apart ewato. CEKTltDE IRY&4E
HAVENDALI DRIVMN THtATKE SM39 after 1:00: p alt. Kelail Merekeot" .Pea...._weea".. PEAT CY S24MDoade. claw to town caraorte TetMarAaaruaeM : CT M141 =
pad t rslai*. in Days
ems ''' end so. ( lad. .b rt J .I ......., TJOS W
COM At YOU ASS dAyS YOU" FAITH tirTSO>> TF vw*. T:e POtS Oil Cwe.sep Black welder. U-TI ("HIftI! C'Y"'I MtatXxROOM E54sWgs CT 1-44M

.',CI"L: GUilT SPBAKtR 0*. JOHN W COOK baa a* tee sean...,... .'.''.l'-Ibo' e Cy I'tyaiatle ,I P'TACTFKRsdWI.S------ bible YHPl I\tnNIoeI .....K. lUM I

riarlga Svtfcr* C. a" "llla'.. O..I1..tI I ((8-A Business ..... Qaraaea Head eon <*e l Koo4 coaaWkMi JU1447BOX 54 ,I weekly Ala* lkiini hewMM : TOWN COUNTRY!
) Property saw *iei* M>ee..... C..,.. ; 1it | >at weekly ea Hh St M KteteeCY I
,.......* hyMnHODIST cad SevtMaM W ej,ee Have a'PR foiII JUr1g- I S-4U. M 277Mqtol1'pn
i iTY _' Gas ee Eindr Raaiwa --- ---- -
.. al are Win reejmr r%
MIN O* BITMH MIMOBIAl CHUICH Sa6.s (%aWe. T.- I HOtTIZ YULnIRD Oftt'Npt'L C13II4IJiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil$ 1iI'
'" .., ft mm-n (a) bldg. nIPS eeex .e.i et fee e eejvlaeiieat 554 gssedt.e

C...... Milk. Damn limed M. .t Catl*.la. .. leek *. ''I.II'' fit, ,'are dowo.Let hala Ilk*..real ver pay. U *er* .n.. O. lnterete r. Dflver, P Caller O. MM n. r aae ample Lampa|l W- New reawdt I, I" 16' A.... A. NW. z..m I. 5.elr.Me elpstWRe..teabI. SeraII,20 :;

I ..edA. WAREHOUSE Fl'RNltr' & 61 Kh ,'''- 45o 1--. 5cc owner
it .'""mmen' al rl.I".rIa Pne 113-5042. ....... / "'AI I I
Sunday Nov. 8th I ...11 JIM 1211. WK. MX.ALTI Winter ..._ 50.14W 131.Lew (1 1& 253-2818 .
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((13)) Real Estate For Sate ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale (I-A) 6rov 4 I. h'WLV OvIR... OUT T *

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NICE DUPLEXLocated 3-HFDROOkl. 2 balk: lltlntdlnettekit 145114.Y IITUtL\ (IAMB I1 P01L 1110 NltAVt I +wr
hen built.In Move. ovan .lakwa .0 'UIlllJOItJ l'tlllT -GROVES- 1
her 1
dlapoaal control air -
near Lake Elbert. Each heal aprlnklnMi ;>.atem CY 3.USOsn. ('harm.... Itune r<.m parale. din S ACRES 144 Valencia IMlUrth 120 I .fL
Ina arm 1 h.drrm. ". tx-aiilirully a
side conUina 2 BRS. Room pro- tiled bathrwne kit.'h. n with detune Seedleaa grapefruit a.the .
_____ _._. jt
la fact h built in o-f,1g.ralnr dishwasher a
are large
portions present fruit UN \C t
crop pet
dlatuaal l I.n adjoining 0 llp \
each apartment ia larger than 2300 12th St. NW Florida room Then U nuitenlvnlatorage for only tlSOtWW. ILb + $$1
some 5 room homea One ante room the backyard I: au J J
rompMelr fence1 Many IrmaOner JJ
11 completely furniatvad Lot ia SPACIOUS HOME IN \It building new hone
ft 10 acres 350 v.... US DMCSMwitfc e, rI Q
100 x 100 Former price on sealer for Belling A VM-J nod buy

thin property 'ia $14,080 but CHOICE LOCATION Marjer1e A 8ommrr.CT fruit ssr ......... TsrasM .

we have been rcquwtod to Mil>>- 1-4511 ve. a wk.a01. .
Price educed from .Ik,18a N -
mR offera Your Inspection ia 111.00 ,11III R. d living Tern Firma Real FOale acres m orka.ag If Q.Fruitlf,0oo.M '
Invited. a tiled bath. roe I 1z
an COt ()pees, Cardeia Road $ pans frvfcl. I
YIttt wetpatioo laundry roast Phone Z944207BKDMOOM :!
akop. I car garage, llfetlaaa, rant {
Large tract of land between traea. lake acreae. lot IM s 14ft. 5-11 I I II
Auburndalewith Wall A celling Inetallatlon, A/C 40 a ras aU orn.ea I yoara
Winter Haven and : :
-.TOO down Call CY l-me Bnl>- old $',800.40 sets with only
several hundred feet 2 tow MMI71 1-TF 3 with built-In oven a ::: I Ifi
--._-- -- i aurlaea unit rum........ or unrarnlakrd 10 per cant down and M years I 1 aI
highways Size of property it PAysully A aaaumaMortatuia I4
idol' lsn SeMOn S-U for the balance.
approximately 7 acres The
Will .rllIct 10"lr daonMorhome
property ia plated into 46 lots. i-Bedroam 2 I large Ole ........ EXCLUSIVE: bkevlew Cypreaa. large lot(iardeolaeon fully' I

This ia outside of ctlllral sir conditioning and beat alr-nmdltloaed .large living room. -<
property city call
Wall to wall Carlo-l dtakwaanerdlapoaal v
tile batka
4 badrooma I arparaledining
limita and la adaptable for Inlerrom tear gOn.g', j room. large acraened porrh
commercial or dwelling purpoaea laundry and atoragipatio room acraak modem kn hen. bulll-Ul appliancesample Ray Everly, Broker rI
Will trade I for proprtr M
Owner recently wrote to reduce 91 Pete or Clearwalenable ark Reaa borhood atprage for children I. ..garage 17101, fine. neigh ownem : lat Ilainea City 23176 or write

this property from $47SOOto 11.e154. BY OWNER 2IH5OI '--1 CY .1T11. d-a Box U Lake Hamilton Florida I I I

remarkable low price of only ----- I6A9 I I 1 I IIa21.L .

$30,000. Subject to negotiation a I-BEDROOM haw and bedroom NEAR Jr College MIr lJ>.kr Kl ---"
houat two down tM month .bert 11111. l-Bedranm I'. bath
few of the lots on highway can .If nod credit CY MM1 FIR8TMORTOAaE porrh' murk ato...... tn.ld. ulllltv Trees tJI: -
be sold separate from entire : CORP or W1NTP3R b..Ilt-ln.. tetraam PICA. |4M Growing 90 IU. AVt MON v .WOH5U 0*>V THAT. NOT ..CMTV CALL THEIR Wf.q
HAVEN: 3TF I down. IN per monh ('f 34106.1) I To-WY I ON PHOJf *U* WWfN ( PHIL AButmr' ( I M(1rl AND FIND OU' w.A'
tract la not ._. __ ._
Property -- --- n'n --- u. Growing Oranges Z f10 MR AND 1150, ASNRo V. M&5IS CALL4HER [l.ARe IN ( HOTEL ml/EY'AE'
.. Brick Homei 1.bndrwunbatha > LAKEFRONT HOME Growing Value C') HAvr SONS 'b YIKTEMYx IYI HL7'1 1
Florida. room ...n.... INrlnnroom 1IAEOPs Y -r /
D. -
built-in kitchen with lumnua 20 Acre Valencia Grove, hi : r MRS\ri 1 /
olllnf utility room tenor CBS t-bedronm 1-balh Florida C') : /
& ASSOCIATES Hoon tdtth'! :but haa city room ...R.. kitchen and dlnMte. eluding mat 2 BR home ,,' fVi spa
water and biu to all Built.In electric oven and aurfaeaunit new tractor, diac and bar :
Janet Chadwick achoola. Beautifully landiraptd I
i Double rarparU Central air rwae'eI
CY S-1388 cadltloning and Located row Truly a pkture' 5 I
Reginald Baker 31.TFfioo la 55 'uconutalda on Lake t'llo ., JuM yr old grovp Price $40,000 : ) Mr '

IN Ilk SL. NW CY 1427 ----- city llmlta. Day CY a-SIM 29' down. 10 yra at I'Lt"t' 1DAMI54 ,,:::' T'r
rx>WN' Nights ......nd.. CY 3-4111361 I'I !!, '
51 I BR. CB HOMES : I I, ,
Look Ahead I
Low aa 14700 month.
CHARLES McTOMIC. Re.. Bloke JUST I.'OMPI.1CT..D New Jb,'"1, Let* Look Now I ::: r HI
1336917Nov. room retirement horn 11......inat I IT
1450 Down For IninrrtlonCall 2S4 Ave F SB!: I Living dltiUik LEIS BROS. I
NH92.40 and Florida room Ill MO
Tucker Bulldera CY
C B horn. Double carportp eh, REALTORS
I- --- ---
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NEW 2 bedroom horn ISO Month system. fencad yard. Da- UN SUta St., NWOppaalU .. I -
L s ..
Irabla S E location near now ihop- \\t: A"I _JEll N I d I'' 'CAkI'T 'I-.1471MfCIt )
payment. teased Section CY ( Nona Gale) : turd" \ :
Inn canter waking dutanca ,
S-MO >.* trrwolt Owner tranifemd Low $55 PER MONTH ) \HAJK? INIx' I. I I "I! I I. IJ c li NTAik hV L i'IPLATED'

(.>wn Parment A..um. Moria 2/4.7531 T ''1,),' nn..u. I I ISN'T J I: ? nno I ..' ralUUAMEaI

114 0m. 164 month l-bedroom din age. 1910 B..ntl> 8t I E. 21"01 n.Tr $7 ofl Small Down Payment S A JUT: M SIOO" "i X '." J :.,1'' ;: .I Irm I I\ ? t .. 4100. J, X11xrIT54; [ ORCtd

Florid room. tut rORcP
Inn paneled ,
room. ---- ..
CB :a-bedroom Fla r m It ilt i 1 } 11'I
nosed garage III wood School I ROOM CB J-bedroum. i tile bath nice location 107 Nelaon III. Auburn I' \ '-. I
CY siauiNEW : H wall wall kll- > ,\ .
L R. with to carpel dale .. ,
hen with ranie, Florida room can ta "r '0' .

Choice FLORIDA Sotiheam STYLE location! HOME l-bed!.: -. a be..tued. Irrigation aa bedroom utility Encloned ahed beautiful gar.- OWNER FR J16UDUrtEXES ((14.A) Lots & AcreageCommercial II I I J. i ,

JOO 1W hit Can b
lawn s 401 ? Ar
room. i bath living room wall to I 5 tD'.SAVVMrO
iron any day "oe|>t Friday 10 (10 ,
wall Florida room dining '
kitchen carpet 1 car .ar.... air\ rnnriltinned a m. to 4 00 p.m. Financing available from 1000. i Apt i ;f.
Good flnannlng TUCKER 1304 Av.. C. 8W 4tHA lakefraat 611,561 I.pt wised Lot 'i
BUILDERS CY 1-8492. .-15 rommerclal downtown local l e.iI tlI
M3-OBU. 50 x 150 H located on Ave. C. ) '
--- f I I
from Lxchangt:
SW. Across '
WONDERFUL PLA( K TO LIVE Bank Parking Lot. Wide newly i i
Relax and enjoy life and your "MOLD' -NOT AtAILAHLK: New Modern CB I .dl..o" 'homi
Family In this FAMILY SIZE for air Terraaan fl....... awning paved street with alley entranceIn ---
0f.IUW5 Winter HavajtarTrr wlndowi formica snu nets A rauntrr rear For sale by owner "\
home in SUN ACRES. 4 bed- (i W Inter n v.nWSXPOlaU tops, large tariiurt and utlllt rhone CY 11771 After I P.M. ,1 t PUT /ftt 111(11 ON THILoo.. rAN NOW I' t Pct BUN MtAlO Tim( WOULD ; l
rooms 1H bathe terrazzo winter llama Jual MM down and 537 II 1 per w'Inv ''mi' A ftAYll (Ub IOOAY AND IITOMN i MA/PIN WCMIIO1 AND fOOH. 'HI
08..tllll Wlnt.r Haven i rlm.lpal. Int Ready for you or Fdna Walton, Realtor IVI I NOW 1141)
noon built in kitchen, tile 0-MITirr Winter Haven to move In Located III BW U,tMI 019' ref WAY All Li telilt i WAtt ON /II''NI oAVI Mt/ A I4AHGOVU. 111011 -,1 1AIYINI At,HIT YOUR 'IM\\ OWNT"

bath and many other easy care ov-aKMl Winter Haven double dr I 41II.I :: IV(>01 I IINAI (CHI IINII II! KO' ',/) ','IA\, ,.."' V'NAIOIIt WHD Ml. ill Mtlf ICU

features for your convenience W70IOT OMr41HT Winter Whiter Haven Haven Call Dan Norrl.Winter Bryan M4-I3IS JW-I4I3 or --- > tl'l- .' 1 N It WAJjil'z I )/\IHOW I I 511Ill I ,II I n ?H II I ItT IoM'

I ACRES 4 milea weal of Wmler '' I OtttRVtD A I" ( ,',
Located on 3 lots for plenty of HI a ) [

elbow room. Drive out to SUN "BACKOFFERS llaven on Ml TERMS ('Y t-HK 31Tr1'Y1451(1(1Ia1tt -< If IINC.I'' / \ ",,I ,? !

ACRES today and lee for your. The flnt compl.te Sail. Canlraclpacluc I CHEAPE---- I ;- ", ., l ,

aelf this and other home built emus ttta pruiMrty Iromthe : IEMaI.etm f'eR'I 'n'11 \

with you the buyer in mind. market all olhar and elfee take. providing p..nr.o..r lid THAN RENT ..) I-n' o y

ternu are In aocordanci wtti our rb d I Ix .r3cd
SUN ACRESon general llatlnf Wa have now bees $100 DOWN $60 Per Month toot
Office Legal Advertiting /i AqreI
advlaed by our Waahlngtoa & 3
including taxet Insurance :
old Lakeland.Winter Haven that It la ptrmlaaabla to oct'eldbackup" 1 1t
offara to ba considered BR 1 tile bath home Price 1
Rd. 4 milea west or Call In the event. the "0. I contract to $ .soo. 1111I THE: f IKI I IT IUIHT or THr: \
Dan Wintera 293-1433 cancelled or rejected. In the event ,, e1H dt DIIIhi IIK4IIT rMOKII I
No. 1 contract .to cancallad or re >*. IN AM run ...'.... (
Norris Bryan 294-1211 jutted. No. I will be considered VARNER REALTY un IIn. IN IMAXOH* \J : J j

Mil to. the eBCluaton of all othrra I Ball T. 1'_ Ie. .-.... .. __ __ .._
.. '- -- - -- -- ---' -- n'n.
S" The back-up contract ...-.... 14 tth SI, NW Caa; M*. eMiM<. -- .
muM contain the wine .....uttd "3-I4S4 "MIT 211-77M YIIUIT ritDkKAL. IAVU/W AND ---.- -. -- .
forma aa the No 1 packaft 146I I LOAN ASSOCIATION or WI\II.IIR: 1 .LE 1545 NlW MOW N CtA..L0R0I0N I r tJf""O A. MuM&'tIT '

As Easy As ABC'sS NOTE Wall with thin notice. _ __ HAVEN. PI..II11. i M sUNGaYe > IMO I 1"MUV4o" fl 4.,. WAS
lid la I".r.t: payment .
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Dear Abliy \

Check The Facts, Ma'am I-

Abigail Van Huron ...

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DEAR: ABBY: The letter about the office during the night by other sounds The baby
hay ride party prompted !this comment because, need changing, or wants his bottle, or has an
for the put ten years, that is what I have been occasional nightmare Please tell me, Abby, am
arguing with my husband' about. He works for I unreasonable to object to having a FVench
a big company and almost every other weekend lesson at 2 A.M.TMOTHER
they "have a party for someone woo la 'being married
transferred, retired, or for any other reason OF SEVEN AND TIRED Q6e.17 _
they can think I up Husbands and wives are 19 PRICES EFFECTIVE
not Invited I've heard my husband and tome of DEAR MOTHER: Noel! Gar Ts SA E
his coworkers talk about what goes on at these e e e Ore FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY
parties, and believe me, I don t Mike it There Is St 900 P M
drinking and dancing, and the young unmarried DEAR ABBY; A few weeks ago I e.a1Iv a t D jtY ONLYoNDAy
girls fall, all over the married men My husband birthday party for my twin sons, who S
always has the money for these office parties, years old We sent one invitation to each child *
but just let me ask him for a few dollars\ for and signed It John and Jack. Each child who
something the kids << need, and he doesn't attended the twins' party brought two gifts- \
have it lie claims i he i1s to no to these parties one for each twin Now each of my twins hasreceived
I say, like heck he does When the company an 1 Invitation to attend the birthday
stopped the annual Christmas party, and gave party of one of the boys who attended theirs. )
each employee a turkey Instead, I was so happy' Do you think this was a hint that the r. '
Why does the management permit these :other: expects two gifts One from each twin Them

parties to go on? It only causes hard feelings you )1 .
between the employees and their families "

NOT INVITED PUZZLED Grants-own brand
DEAR PUZZLED: When twins give oar gift
DEAR NOT! If yea will Investigate you'll "from the twins" It Is usually twice as expen-
probably find that the management has nothing sire as one gift would have beea. I don't know me MEN'S
to do with these parties. They are erganlied by whether Individual Invitations were anal as a :
the employees (usually ODe or two with s. "hint" that two gifts were expected bnt If you
satisfied drives). Management bends ever back. have any such suspicions put your mind at COTTON TWILL
wards to encourage family unity and to discourage east and send two gifts w +s +
the kind of togetherness nuUlde the '
office that you describe. And enly those who ;; r
want lo participate do so.C Problems Write to ABBY Box 69700 Los <
Angeles Calif For a personal reply I enclosestamped a 1 e? .1e OUTFITS FOR MEN 1 ,
e e e
self.addressed envelope.Hate i,1 I
DEAR ABBY: Every night I am awakenedby
the voice of a strange woman giving my e e e SHIRT 14'/i-17
husband French lessons This Is done via a tape to write letters Send one dollar to 6. ..
recorder a timer and a speaker which II placed Abby Box 08700, Los Angeles l Calif. for Abby'sbooklet t
under HIS pillow The lessons last approximately "HOW TO WRITE. LETTERS FOR ALL 2.69
aj Only
one half-hour while my 200-pounder slumbers.It OCCASIONS 42w
would not be so bad If I wert not awakened o McN.iihl. Ivndicii I. Ins KM .

'X Grants Pennltigh"'



LOUIS CASSELS dence that Immorality Is cur. styles entertainment, advertls.
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doing. Second people do not and the testimony of pastors, culture-the sexy books, dirty Stock up now on those warmers. Full comfortable .. a .
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To some, Immorality prlmar. tltude of many young people toward promotes It,
lly means sexual misbehavior premarital relations. But that won't be easy to do,
Others have a broader deflnU Face Erotic StimulantsTo Prof Cox says, There is moneyto
Uon, which Includes lying Prof, Harvey Cox, a dls.tlngulshed be made-big money-In the
cheating or theft Still others moral theologian, the exploitation of sex And billion Grants-own brandPENHLEIGH'
believe the moat Immoral thing root of the problem Is that dollar Industries can be re.
you can do la to hate, scorn or young people today are growing markably Insensitive outcries '' n
mistreat a fellow human being. up In a "seiusaturated society"In about what they're doing to PREP POLISHED
Whatever criterion you choose which they are "constantly moral standards
to apply, you can adduce evU bombarded through clothing: Those to whom "Immoral" Is
a synonym for "dishonest" also COTTON IVY SLACKS
find to brood aboutIn ,rr

. You, Your Child And School The contemporary well attested American prevalence life of FOR BOYS a

petty fraud In Income tax re.
By DAVID NYDICK enced teacher, It has the re.sponslblllty turns, the well-nigh universal
UPI Education SpecialistThe to provide continued custom of filching office sup.
quality of any school training Tills Includes training plies for personal use at home,
system depends In major part In the system's curriculum for
the large percentage of stu.
upon the quality of Its staff. all new staff members, It Includes
dents who readily acknowledge
New math programs, better special help for Inexpert (on anonymous questionnaires) OnIyZ'9\\\\\ \ \ 1
text books Improved of enced need
courses people They assist that they cheat on txamlna.tlons 1
study, and adequate equipment anct In organizing their class. whenever possible All .
valuable when rooms with small and '-v
are only they working point to a general laxity In ob.
are put Into proper use Urge groups of students, use of servanct of the Commandments i
Teachers the Individ different books and
art key equipment "
against lying and stealing
uals In the Improvement of a which Is available recognizing Most disturbing, perhaps, Is Machine; washable
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All teachers need continuous raged when they learn that a C Sanforized
of other staff members
purpose training in techniques of (teach Dllll Sol Fates has parlayed I SHIRTS FOR BOYS
Including principals, supervt.sors
non-existent fertilizer tanks Into e Favorite colors
and department heads Is Ing. They need to be aware of t
a business empire, or that a
new knowledge such u In sol.
to help make the teachers job e Sues 6 to 18
Bobby Daker has amassed a
efficient and effective once or math Actually i teach.
era own education should not "fortune" while serving In a
The ability of teachers to use end. It Is this continuous train modesUsalary job as Senate SK 94
better methods Is most Sale
teaching i is
secretary There seem to be
Important If a school wants to log which Improves the school millions of Americans who I E UtARo S11ES

Improve the educational offer. program simply take for granted that EIT
Ing, An Individual teacher This type of training which .Is people will get away with a 11 spa P R g t R Reg.1A7
should be expert In several called an In-service program Is they can-and who respond to
areas. She should know various the direct responsibility of ad. "scandals" with a collective /
approaches for teaching the minlstrators and supervisors shrug ,
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the learning problems of each schools reflect the demands Ity? They can hardly content
student In addition, she needs and support of the community. plate the American scene with
a good background of knowl. Within any community there optimism They see evidence of
edge In her subjects, A knowU are experts In a variety of continuing racial Injustice and V
edge of new trends and research Seals The local banker can hatred-by no means confined (* ;
Is also necessary. surely help train teachers In to one section of the country. :: V
Does a teacher have these economics or business organlza. They also see a widespread cal.
abilities when she graduates lion An engineer can assist lousness toward human suffer.
from college? Actually, the an. with the math program. The log which manifests Itself In
swer varies with individuals chef In a local restaurant can many different ways-f rom
Some get more than others help the home making teacher.A senseless crimes of violence atone : _
from their college programs. doctor or nurse can provide extreme to a polite Indlf. .
Obviously, they all lark yearsof training In the health area. Terence toward the plight of the J"
experience. They do have as If the school system doesn't poor at the other.
part of their college programs, seek the assistance of the com. What can be done to raise ,
an experience In supervised munlty, the community should moral standards? The questionIs ; :p ;
student teaching During this offer and encourage the use of an old one-as old u the ; ?
part of their program they Its available talent. Bible The Bible's answer Is
work with an experienced A community can express Its that repentance, like charity,
teacher In a regular classroom desires at school aboard meet. begins at home
This gives them an opportunityto Ings. A committee composed of Jesus put It quite succinctly:
use what they have learned members of the community and "Why do you look at the b
In their college courses the school system should be speck of sawdust In your broth t tI
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