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

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I Bank Holdup Thwarted

Tougher Soviet Propaganda

An attempted robbery .t the a fun and aboutinf for the several week ago from Miami

Bank thwarted today when a teller ke was carry inf. f...... He said that he brought
ran down the youthful would lie then fired' one shot Into the money to try to convincean
to robber after he left the the floor the employe related Eagle Lake girl be knewto

bank with aa undetermined and finally left. marry bins.Iloweeer .
amount of money.A the car In which

youth Identify at Michael It was then that Stanley the money was kept caught Lines Toward West
Sthontr. 17, of Miami Cox, a 24 year oU teller who fire Police never officially determined Expected
went Into the bank ihortly before llvet In Auburndale, followed whether the money
cloting time at 1 p.m.. Sthoner outside and managed burned or whether someone
according to a bank employeSchoiwr to catch him and bring him took the money from the trunk
left the bank, but back, along with the money of the car and then set it on

then came back ia carrying Scboner came to this area fire ---- --- -

Special Gift Sino-Soviet

: j 1 Hospital Fund rT I Talks To End

NOW $$75,465 Red Feuding

i. MOSi,OW (tPI-Th pogo"
The Special Gift Division of bllll of t tougher Russian.

the Winter Haven hospital -. srt pi 'paganda line against theWe
Building Fund reported 20081 it may be considered at
bringing their total up to $71, SlnotSovlet peace talk In Poking
463 toward their $100.000 Divisional next January Communist
Goal sour" *. laid today

J, W Whitaker, who presided A parallel suggestion could be
at the report meeting, for the Russians to ease their

urged the team captains to posthumous attacks against
: their former dictator, Josef
press their team members to Stalin
complete their solicitation by
nil source* said the problem
next Wednesday meeting of coordinating Soviet and Chi.nea .
Said Whilaker. 'We are withIn propaganda Is one of the
striking distance of our Item tentatively Included on\
goal. I am positive this tan 1 the agenda for the forthcoming
be accomplished If everyonewill 5 talk,
make an added effort to Visiting Chine Communist
complete their assignments by Premier rhou En-lal and Soviet
next Wednesday which Is the leader Leonid I, Dreshnev have
agreed to the talk In an effortto
last scheduled meeting for this
halt public feuding betweenthe
Division There are not too
two giant of the comma.slat
many unreported cards out world, according to tells.ble .
and If everyone Hill rain sources In Moscow

their lights we can make it a .. .... .. They laid the uggtlon,apparently
-- -- -- -------
victory luncheon" from the Chinese, call
Advance Gift Division with SIDESWIPED, Jamei P. Ir.h.n.y of Ave. H SE, dlvliUn chairman el the lin.quag for world Communist unity and

Florida di. Samuel J Tilden Chairman and Flne Art Divlilon at Polk Junior College, it In Winter Haven Hospital, today aid to the International "revo
BANKERS CITRUS FIELD official end in
DAY-Top In banking
reported an additional $3,000 after he ildeiwlped vehicle when he was force to swerve lutlonary movement" to become
with a coitcuition a parked
CUll future of the industry .t yoitarday'i Citrui Fi.ld Day sponsored by the Florida Today report bring the with another automobile. to Brahaney'i Volkiwioen was let accepted as the chief aims orBed
Bankeri Auociation. From ,left Torn Swarm of Winter Haven three time chairman of to avoid a colllilon
are grand total up to '<<2.000. The mishap occurred near the Intinec- propac.nda.form.
the Citrus Commission and director of the Exchange National Bank of Winter Hevenj Special) Gift Teams reportingwere .t $100 with $200 damage' to the parted car. .' Premier Nlklt f.Khrushchev' .

Floyd Call of Orlando, executive vice president of the FBA Kingtwood Sprott of lake Team No I, Powell Eon of Fourth St. and Are, C SE.Canvassing. avowed doctrineof

Wales, protest chairman of the Citrus Commission; and Albert Griffin of Winter Haven OU Captain fl.7S, Team No -- --- "peaceful coexistence" with

executive vice president of the Exchange Bank and matter of ceremonies for the 2. David Gldding. Captain, tilt West Kremlin-currently line-the would parkmount be
Board Ellison Elected
program. (Continued On Page 8, Col.'l downgraded, the lourc* said
According to them, the Chi.

Citrus Industry Expects 70 Girls Seek Commodore Of put nM Us also stress want"negative the\ Rwalan el t1*,

Votes ments" In dlscusstof Stalin.
Title Certify
Beauty To
I Stalin 1* still considered a heroIn

$300 Million Net ReturnBy I At Auburndale TALLAKAOSft CLTI) The romplete. offltlal returns show Local Boat Club few The Red change suggestions China In would propaganda require

AUBURNDALE Over 70 Wale' Canvassing Board ilooaen't that Democrat Hay don Hums from Peking Out It would re.
girl will vie tor Little Miss plan to meet until Monday to (romped over Republican Char. Th annual Inslallallonofnew quirt t massive turnaboutthe in
bank Auburndale honors tonight at the. make the reiwH of the Nov. 1 lee Holtoy by a vote of 9J3.3Mto officers dinner meeting of the line currently emanatingfrom
and chairman of the state -
her yesterday the on-tree average
Junior high school auditorium eee and U.S. Ifpto.
general election official. Hut ,3W Boat Club was
The Florida Citrus ReporterA for orange this .....011wou.tI ers' citrus committee, as gen.eat Winter Haven Moscow.Wtem .
chairman andpnsidtngof beginning at 7:30: o'clock.A the official reeults l( from ,the! 87 nerd) Holland was returned to held at the Holiday Inn last observer said the
be : box and with the
$1 a ,
large group of Florida ficer. record number of 78 girl count)**, being readied for sub Washington by an overwhelmingvole night New officer are C. L. Russian might find It relative.
Industry In a "good position"producers are entered In the contest,which mission to the state board show of roeftd.nte, winning commodore Paul Den-
1 /
citrus area tanker was told could look for an- Crediting citrus area bankers ) > easy to emphasize rommu.
other $300 million net return with not only assisting Mutual, Is sponsored each year*a fundraising that President Johnson carried. 197,11111 voles to we!:11 for corcll.li..r nine ton, vice commodore, Evelyn : > nisi unity, but playing dawn
but actually aiding In getting project by the LIon. Florida by 42,599 voles and that Claud Kirk Park, ..crttarYl.nd; Vivian peaceful coexistence could b*
year. Club. the voter turned down four of The results also confirmed treasurer.
much harder
and In
Japanese Riot That statement was made to It organized operative The winner tonight will succeed the reelection of all 'l< the late '40s, W. Albert Carlton 11 proposed changes In the Carstltutloes. Director In addlton to the
the "Citrus Field Day" audience -
last year' little Miss Including RepublUcan
officer are J. M, Harrington,
of Wauchula -
recently named
meeting In the Florida Auburndale, Miss Faith Annette. The biggest surprise among Ed Gurney and William A. D. (Sadler, Charles Miller
of the growers'supercooperative Dance
of the Florida Citrus president : ; Troupe
room Persons C. Cramer.
boast.Ing the amendment wa the narrow Dr. Richard Mlchalec. George
now -
As Sub VisitsTOKYO Building under the auspices of The contestants will wear defeat of amendment nwntwr The other t OMtltuttona McConkey, retiring commodore
13,200 grower-members
the citrus committee of the Florida party dresses and will parade amendments voted down would
II which would have allowedthe was named erulsemMter and a
said "an structure
Bankers Association and orderly price on and off the stage in several Legislature to revise the have put Into basic. 1 law the 4J. director.
(UPIFifteen police the Jacksonville branch of the In citrus"the financiers'"dividend Here TonightThe
elimination round to piano mule Constitution wholesale and uU senator, l12.repreeentatlvere.apportlasmd Tills year mark Un 10th anniversary -
Injured today In a for efforts In
men were
Board of Atlanta -
Federal Reserve by Mr*. Don Fisher. Wood. formula also ruled
mil the result to the people Man of till Boat Club The
member behalf
clash with about our
1,700 by Bob Rutledge, executive row Dally, assistant out .by the V... fuprem
principal "all or nothing" package of the organisation 1* Norman Walker Dane
of the fanatical Zengakuren or. vice and general Citing the fact the citrus Industry purpose
ganlzatlon who were protestingthe president Citrus has as many decision of Auburndal Senior High rather than plere.moal a* now Court, extended the allocationof to bring together' person I Interested Company, one of the newest
of Florida
visit of a nuclear powered manager makers as we have leaders' School, will serve as master required. It was rejected by a the gasoline tai to secure In boating and especially and one of the most brilliant
U.S. aubmarlne. Mutual. 1nt1u.atlllbanken Carlton said there Is one"com of ceremonies. Entertainment margin of leas than 9,600 votes bond financing of county road, In participation In planned choreographic group In the
The student hurled rocks and Prominent and citrus mon denominator as a base for between judging rounds will be The Johnson victory In Fit'rida and allowed use of the til mlU cruises. Meeting are held country, will open the Winter
with from every producing provided by the Future Farmer over put/Urn Barry M. floe prliwlpal of the slat school once t month at the Clubhouse Haven Concert Association sea-
attacked policemen every consideration -- we must
community In the state, of America fund for w> 001.
card In a rally at Hlbaya Miami, Jacksonville plan for a air profit In the face string band. GoMwater was slightly under school on Lake Cannon.A ton Thursday evening it Nora
Park, near the Imperial Palace. as well a* from to of Increased crops," The girl In the contest are all the 4',TW rote margin by whirls leg MIl public cuostnte.tl vote of thank wa* givento Mayo HalL
came .
and Atlanta, .
between the ace of 10 and 11 the late President F Kenney Past Commodore
The McConkeyand Th group U also the youngest
Two students were reported ar. on thestatus meeting had earlier\ been Her la the offIcial vote
various reports on
rested. Officers emptied the hear of the Industry with Albert told Indication point to an overall The Lion Club also sponsors lout Florid! tn 1MO to the amendmenlit his staff fur most successful major dance troupe In Use
the Miss Auburndale Conleat. _
park, saying the rally was not executive rice crop of oranges by 1973of OOP Richard Nt year. countryIts director In his
licensed.An Griffin "about 181 million boxes" Proceed of both eventgo to I..... tallied ''',UO vote One RcapportlaiunMl- Incoming commodore Ellison middle twenties and tilt other
attempted march on the president of the Exchange National the club's eyesight\ conservationwork. and OoMwater 908,941. 1411,"?,.against. 143,142 Hated that the objective of hi* equally .new to the dance *e***.
parliament building by the stu. Bank of Winter Haven (Continued On Page I, Col. D The total vote of 1,114,411) was Two ( math( a board of administration would b* to **. Walker and hi* company flf at

dents was blocked. -- ----- --- a record turnout for Florida" (Continued On Pag I, Cal t (Continued On Page I, Col. t) (Continued On Page I. Col. 1;
another rally at : v r but fell slightly under the pro.
This evening '. h i'
Hlbya Park also was dispersed '1 r' ..,':."f'A : dieted I.' million to two mlUloII.III .

on grounds that Its sponsors, ', ,"' .\ \,." :1''I--, '..... I. other statewide rare, the
the leftist Sohyo Labor Federation 1 ,, ;\r. '" ,i"" ---: /
had no permit. ,-.. ....
Sohyo !had gathered about 10,. -s M Christmas Lite
000 persons. A cold driving rain "
helped\ to disperse them.
At Sasebo three demonstra.
core materialized after the sub. Contest SlatedThe
marine Sea Dragon sailed Into
the naval base. An expected e
maitre demonstration tr So. Wlnier llaveo Jaycee :
cliEnts la the morning failed to will spin sponsor a arlst.
live up to Its sponsors' predle.Uons. J filII Lighting Contest for the. ,
home in our area, Tom Da* ,
In the afternoon the Socialist 11, Chairman of the contest
party mustered about 1,200 per. lAMuoced.Th 4
sons and the Peking oriented purpose d the coulee
Communist party about 400 per. 1* to promote and spread the ,
sons la two separate protests. spirit of Christmas by mean UoNS f ,
The nuclear powered Sea of decoration with light M p
Dragon and Its crew of 100 said. la addition' to a varlet

sailed silently Into Sasebo at of affiUajxws offered U prizes,
1-55 a.m. : plaque* wUl be award to 0* J
Japanese Socialist aced left top winners. t ti0 vf
wing student had predicted f. The Jayca, to announcingthis
that tl,000 demonstrator would conust, staled feat our
ram out to protest the daft, the community: win receive a great
first to Jape trj a nuclear laaay benefits from aa all out
powered vessel. Sasebc U otlj, effort 10 decorate our bom,
40 miles from Nagasaki, the Tb contest will provide
second city to be atom rimed pleasure let everyone part:
during World War U. patlttg, tt will Nip beautify MI
Dot at the height at the cIe.... City at this season of the ;eaiand
castration, shortly before the .tt win feeler a trimmer
bmarlM pulled tn, onb 1,000 community sptrtt.tatrr .
Socialist and member of the blanks may tooUaloed
radical Zengakaren organization at Tamp LlectrU Compan it
nurrbod toward tike mule pit .- yes airy enter by filling out

of tt* weal station ..,... of 22wi M NW .ifeieofe ,oar amen and address on a
FLAG mSENTED-Cyran .... Andena 201 wf a sew
raincoat Two thousand met them poUr 100 U yard wttt. flag by the Veteran of Fr*V Wen Pest 42 If ytrVfof ,,. TV* VFW probed. AaoVw Carletau card and aaJI1II Lighting( lot Cc Jaycees tt.VH AWARD Of APWCIATrON, i, Color 'lf, DistrIct 6*,.rw .l ll**. l"t.,.

Irons the pie and held last keeping; rh. American Nag flyfofl .* flue. city fief pl IW messy ,*..... TV* fl., wi ISaCcnrtK.t.: befoul>ctt. national presented Pt*, $im., rsld*<.t .f the Eagle, Lake Lions Club, wltH plaque le

blocking the march. t* replace one the bad bocom a l Ctrl ft* won fee w.


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Thursd e ", November, I l1, 1964

U.S. And Britain PlanningTo Local Elks Proposed NATO Nuclear Fleet


Regulate Economic; Pace Plan MeetingAt Threatens To Split. Allies

WASHINGTON (UPI) The the tax cut has postponed the (EDITOR'S NOTE: MLF fleet to a large extent appearsto get nuclear weapons into the
United States and Britain are day when the U.s. budget can Lake WalesThe Multilateral Nuclear Force- hinge on\ the outcome of a hands of the West Germans.
heading: in opposite directions be balanced. The reasoning be. & 4 has become a major issue series of Allied talks betweennow Moscow suspects W.*tGermamof
in their tax policies but the aim hind this is that a little deficit \ among the Western Allies. and the end of the year. wanting to start a war to
,is the same -to regulate the now will prevent a bigger one \ Winter Haven Elks Lodge What I* MLF? Who proposedthe President Johnson will discuss regain lost territory to the East.
pace of their economies. later by heading off a recession %, No. 1872 will not hold Its regular MeaT What reasons are fee issue with British The fact that the Unite i
Prime Minister Harold Wll- and will also spur the meeting this evening to allow advanced for and against the Prime Minister Harold Wilson States, as required by Con.
son's government announced an economy enough to bring in the local members to attend project? These and other during their conference here grtes, would retain veto power
taxes more revenue than before. the official visit of District of State over firing the missiles has
increase in British Income questions are answered In (he Dec. 6 and 7. Secretary
Wednesday to take money UJS. officials say that ultl Deputy Paul Smith of Klsclm- following dispatch by UPI Dean Reek and Undersecretary made no Impression on Mos.
out of the hands of consumers mutely this not only will permit mee at the Lake Wales Elks dlpkm a tic I correspondent of State George W. Ball w 111 cow. At the same time, this
thus reducing demand and removing a balanced budget but also Lodge Wayne Nethers exalted Stewart Hensley.) confer on\ the subject with German veto power has tended to weak.
the threat of Inflation. will leave enough money for ruler announced. and French leaders at en the VJS assertion that the
The Johnson administration's new federal programs and possibly The local members will be By STEWART HENSLEY meetings here and in Bonn and plan would give other Allies a
111.3 billion tax cut, which went a big rebate to the states. guests of the Lake Wales lodge United Press International Paris real voice In nuclear strategy.
into effect last March was designed The British tax Increase Is IVV9V for dinner at their Lodge Hall WASHINGTON (UPI) The The United States gives no U.S. officials maintain an optimistic .
to put more money Into not expected to affect the cur '* preceding the 8 p.m. meeting. proposed NATO nuclear surface public indication of abandoningIts attitude that the MLF.
the hands of consumers thus rent budget deficit of about $1.8 Transportation from the Winter fleet, which has caused a crisis support for the project in in its present form eventually
giving the UA economy a shot billion. The Wilson government Haven Elks Lodge will leave in relations among major Western Its present form, although officials will be adopted. However West.
at 0:30 All members
in the arm. plans to pay the money right p.m. are Allies, evolved from an always say they will listento ern diplomats believe that the
The British tax cut Is the out In Increased benefits to urged to make this visitation. American suggestion during the a better Idea If any ally United States can hardly be as
second major step in a many. widows, old people, the disabled The regular meeting will beheld final days of President Dwight has one. confident as It pretends, In !the
faceted program to curtail Imports and the unemployed. IsJ, 2y This is "i photo of Pre' dent John.on when he next week. A program of D. Elsenhower's administration There is an impression in light of the turmoil within! the
and Increase exports. The wa 2'. yearn nld It will be hung in hl bovhocd homi films of their recent hunting The fufl-blown U. S. plan was diplomatic quarters however, alliance.
which ls being restored In Johnson citv T.\ trip will be presented by Julian
program is aimed at reducing worked out under the late Pres.
that IX Britain comes up witha
MeetTAMPA Johnston Jr. and Herbert Pol-
the deficit In Britain's International Baptists lard Jr.AF Mint John F. Kennedy and has compromise proposal acceptable Czechs ElectNovoiny
payments and protecting been carried forward by President to West Germany the
the pound as a medium of In. (UPI) The Florida Integration I Row Closes Johnson. It calls for a United States will go along unless AgainVIENNA
ternatlonal trade. Baptist convention approved) fleet of 25! vessels, armed with this proposal downgrades

The first step, announced last Wednesday construction of a Captain eight Polaris missiles each and MLF too much. (UPI) The Na.
month was a 15 per cent tax church-sponsored co. educatlo. manned by mixed crews from The Idea Is to give the Europeans tional Assembly today elected
on imports. But the government nal junior college at Palm State TB Dining FacilitiesLANTANA participating NATO nations in particular West Germany Antonln Novotny to another
did not want people simply to Beach Gardens. Now, almost exactly four a greater sense of participation flve.year term as president of
transfer their demand for Imported Under the approval granted Rescued years after the Initial suggestion in nuclear strategy Communist Czechoslovakia
goods to goods made at Wednesday the Palm Lake (UPI)-Both white the hospital Dr. Benjamin By was tossed into the pot, the Representatives of eight nations The assembly session was tele
home, thus the tax boost. Baptist Association of Palm and Negro patients were taking Brock said most of the Negroeson project faces its most critical which show some Interest vised In Prague and monitored
The theory behind the U.s. Beach County will have to raise their meals In their rooms at the staff had joined In a test in the project have discussed her.
tax cut was that if you give a $1.5 million for the school. the South Florida Tuberculosis boycott of segregated employe Coast GuardMIAMI France, long at odds with the both its military and political Novotny, who has been presl.
man more money to spend he'll The 200 acre site for the Hospital Thursday because of eating facilities, but that these United States and other Allies aspects. These eight are the dent since 1957, also holds the
spend It. This would amount to junior college was offered to an Integration movement that were not closed.Willingham on NATO military strategy and United States, Britain Ger more powerful post of first sea
the church group by Palm closed segregated dining rooms said the situation (UPI)-An Air Force determined to maintain an Independent many, Italy, The Netherlands, rotary of the Czech Communist
an injection of new money into Beach Gardens developer James C. B. WIlUngham.admlnlstr.. would probably remain the captain who bailed out of a disabled nuclear force, has In. Belgium, Turkey and Greece. party.
economy, which in the eyes of McArthur.Johnson. live assistant to the director of same unless changed at the re. F104 jet fighter Tuesday tenslfted its opposition to the The Russians have strenuously There had been some specu.
administration economists was quest of the patients or on was found by the Coast Guard Multilateral Nuclear Force criticized the plan from the latlon that Novotny, 60, might
not advancing as fast as it orders from the Stat Tubercu. In the Gulf of Mexico Thursday ([MLF). beginning. They contend It Is step down as president to con.
might. To losls Board In Tallahassee morning. President Charles Gaulle's simply an American device to centrate on party matters
Unlike the British measure Keep lie said four Negroes were government contends that If
the V.,. tax cut also affected served Friday In the white A Coast Guard spokesman the project goes Into effect, It
corporate Income taxes. The dining facility and that abouta said Capt. Paul W, Shook, 38, will split NATO Into two V VY Va
administration wanted to pro. Cabinet IntactJOHNSON dozen were served Monday of Merriam, Kans., was found groupss Those Joining the plan
vide a direct Incentive for UJ. After this, a number of white by the cutter Ariadne In the those remaining aloof

business besides the indirect ln. CITY, Tex. (UPI) whole at the present time. He patients asked to be served in vicinity of the crash site about from There Paris even that have De been Gaulle hints will
centlve of more consumer -President Johnson plans to Is extremely pleased with Kat. their rooms, WlUlngham salt}. 50 miles southwest of Fort pull his r
pending. The state board In Tallahas. Myers. Shook is a member of remaining military
if he had
keep the cabinet he Inherited cenbach, and any forces out of NATO If the MLF
from the Kennedy administration Intentions of making any substitutions see suggested the white dining the I19th Fighter Interceptor ,
The United States also has comes Into being. /
be closed for economic Squadron stationed at Home
he would let know. room
but the you
general'spost ,
been having balance of pay. the Britain, always cool to the
reasons since only some of stead Air Force Base
still Is of ----
something a -
rnents trouble. The administration patients with dining rooms prt.vlleges plan now Is attempting:! to work Jl '
hopes the recent tax cut question.The Board Convenes were using it and when Shook spent more than 40 out a formula which would reduce ,
will help matters by making Texas White House said this was done Tuesday, Negroes hours In the water kept afloat the size of the fleet and
V.,. business more competitivein Wednesday that in response to boycotted the colored patient by a life vest, a Coast Guard incorporate it into a broader
widespread speculation after TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Thecovernor' .
international markets. But NATO nuclear strategy plan
too spokesman said. The
this pilot
and was was
dining room
the election about who would 20.
newly appointed
this consideration. which might not be so offensiveto
was a secondary described as being "in mild :
remain In the cabinet, the President member Commission on Status A
said has shock with an Injured "
WlUlngham there wrist
asked that the following of Women will convene in Talla.
federal West Germany, so far the
By reducing revenues violence"at but otherwise In good condition. sw't
"absolutely no
statement be given the pressi hassee Thursday for their first ,
only major ally favorIng
the 500-bed hospital, which Shook was returning from a strongly y e,
"The President Is full
thoroughly meeting.
wards. Of routine mission with another ; MLF, has agreed to com
Florida NAACP also has segregated
satisfied with his present cabinet Most of the meeting will be
differences with
380 he said F104 fighter Tuesday when he promise
the staff of about ,
and in devoted to hearing from .
plans no changes reports
Opens 4-Day his cabinet." subcommittees that have been about 40 per cent members are Negroes.Negro flameout radioed that the plane bad a France by creation not pressing of the:project.for immediate
staff began
There still was some specu'lotion at work since last July.
Other NATO Allies have been
their ,4unrhe to work '
Today bringing t. i '
Meeljng about the alforney gen -------- ? 'to
unable make ,up their minds
Wednesday Instead of eating In t
The wingmari not Identifiedby
eral's Job, technically vacant 'officials
....' ) since Robert.KenRBdmreilfned DANGEROUS GAME the dining room, 'lll1nrham the Air force, reported Shook American still are
N.arly"2OO delegated' arrived to run for Wew York Senate AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI-South. said, and, only about six Negro balled out and said he saw the hopeful that Jfaly and The Netherlands
here Thursday for the opening J ern Pacific Railroad officialsare emplo)',s> used the facility. parachute as well as some IXriCIINO Greek King Constantine and his DinlHh prints
of the four day annual confe seat.Kennedy's .assistant' Nicholas disturbed because some lo. But it remained open. The Coast open.Guard said the cut other countries, will decide to '" wife. Queen Ann.-M.rl., 18, hold hand In Florin, In
fence of the Florida branch of Katunbach has been acting attorney cal boys Insist on playing "ma. Only patients far enough ter was taking Shook to Fort Join the project Western Macedonia, following his announcement that she I
the NAACP. general. There was a tador"-using speeding locomo. along In their convalescence Myers. The fate of the NATO nuclear will have a baby next June i Cubit tiut"

The delegates will hear Thurs. report Wednesday that Johnson lives for bulls allowed to eat In the dining
The game Is to see who can
day from representatives olin. plans to name Washington law. rooms.
remain the longest on the said he believed
to Ne. WlUlngham
dustry on ways prepare yer Clark Clifford to the attorney
grows for better jobs. general's post In the next tracks jeering at the engineeras a small group of Negro patientswas
The conference will concern, month the train bears down on behind the integrationmoves
trate Its discussions on methods or was White House them Last one to jump Is the rather than the NAACPor Woodall'sSTOREWIDE
of Implementing the civil rights counsel under former President winner. The railroad complained some other outside organs p.x Y

law and the antl.poverty pro. Harry S. Truman and has been to police Wednesday_ ___ ration.n_
gram. the President's guest at the
Roy Wilkins NAACP execu. LBJ Ranch the past three days.But Airline Pilot Dies
tlve director will address the Acting Press Secretary
conference Sunday and Dr. Malcolm R. Kilduff told news 9x12
John Davis of the NAACP legal mem 6Pc. BEDROOM SUITE

defense fund wlll address the "The President Is extremely
awards dinner Saturday night. pleased with the cabinet as aStar.spangled After Landing Planepassengers Linoleum
Complete with Bedding

NEW YORK (UPI>)-The pilot of the plane were RUGSFriday $595 Included

of a British Overseas Airways unaware of what happened.A ookc.M lad, D.ublf Drt*..'. Mlrr.r, chat,
jetliner arriving from Manches.ter. physician of the medical & Saturday only
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[The Weather--Local/ And National] Marines Add Pane- To List Of BraveryDA of the the*land Communists.who faced had been starvation Many living guerrllla tin off. '

lug they can rapture food sup."
HANG, South Viet Nun certain death. More thin 1,500 more than 1,500 stranded Vietnamoso pile stored In government,,'ol n.
(UPI) TIM United States Matne were rescued Wednesday from Wednesday In a .***. trolled towns and village One 111Onh
ouOOot I' Corp hM written another rooftop, trees and islands surrounded ter area covering Saris provInces guerrilla band attempted a i'aliJoa
page In a tone history of brav- by swirling water. where 80 per coat of the a village seven miles north
j try in lie face o( death. Part of the full story of Marine homes were destroyed of tore today and was driven
Marine valor we common. heroism tecan to unfold The Communist Viet Com off by artillery fire.
I 4ao la tile massive rescue op. today a* (the rain finally tot up guerrilla Infiltrating the dlaa-
iratlon launched for victims atha and flood water began reced ter area took pot shots at the Other guerrillas were caught
t destructive Hoods which ing. Ten day of violent weather Marine mercy mission. but tile up In the floods and drowned.!
... 4 COD4.. .m ravlsood a wide are of left hundreds. of Vietnamese Leathernecks pressed on. The On Viet Conc was rescued tn nllga r.e.rt, a.,,","
both Viet Mam' midsection dead or missing and upward Viet Cone apparently let extra a helicopter piloted by WO a Nn'AH A"Q"rerun St.""' ,.
1d Leatherneck helicopter crew of 1 million without food orbelter. points for downlnc American Rob Robinson of Tampa, Fla.Robinson's wile yaw 00" 0' add trwr
0 } .ccct MfR- lodged. ComniMlat. MUircr rescue plane .f WI account.r ......,'in IM' amount
Ire and flew tao (to teeth of The dunk toll would have Several. helicopter were hit, crew had to wrestle I'ItOOI' 'D''AL '21 3rdat.
r'.Clue storm. to Mated hoi*. been hillier bad It not been for but none was downed. hand grenades away from '.W.. Winter ....n..
lees Yteuamea frem. alrrent the Marine They rescued The floods also took their toll the dripping rebel.

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area and ennead rain southward to California. A searing Indian summer drought from Coloradoto
New England withered water supplies and turned forest Into Infernos. Thunderstroma boiled
up ahead of a cold front In the Midwest and temperatures soared to record 70'*. Rain belted
the Great Lakes area while showers hit the Ohio and Mississippi Valley
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Florida Zone LOCAL OUTLOOK Temperatures EASY LAYAWAY

PANHANDLE Generally fair through By United Press International : I Shoe o' co.h' Smolt
tomorrow with high today 80 ;
to 89. Low tonight In the 60'*. Low Jflib down payment toasts
Partly cloudy and mild today Southeasterly winds 9 to 13 Albuquerque 29 50 telecNoAt. *
tonight and Friday. High miles per tour Atlanta 52 '72 O P E N 31 your oy
balance Unle haste.
today 75 to 80, low tonight 68 Blrmll1iham 69 '72 by
to 63. Southeasterly winds 12 Boston 42 4'7 'TIL j'i
to 24 milts per hour. Chicago 59 'n

NORTHGenerall New Club Denver Cleveland GI 28 !l3 70 8 PM

fair through Fri Detroit a8 71
day. High today 80, low tonight Jacksonville sa 71 FRIDAYS I : Ii
09 to 65. Southeast and south To Seek GOPLeadership Kansas City 53 76La b
winds I to 15 miles per hour. Angeles n 82 i ,r? ,
Miami 61 11 Y '
CENTRAL Miami Beach 75 71 Only \ s ,
Generally fair through Fri- Twin Cities 43 G2 __ / W 5-
day. High today 80 to 89, low New Orleans II '76 / 35 More
tonight 60's. Southeasterly New York n 119 '
Shopping IN
wind 5 to 15 miles per hour. WASHINGTON (UPI) The Orlando G2 80 .t SLEEP
drive to "reshape" the election Philadelphia 38 U Days ToChristmas COTTON KNIT SKI PAJAMAS
SOUTH battered GOP along more mod. PhoenIx U G5 \, ..
crate line 1* being spearhead Raleigh n '77 I A, Floral print overblouie with / \ f\ 11 ,
Generally fair through Fri ed by a group of "moderate-to. St.! Louts 64 78 sold alt >anti. late or blue. 7 1l 'w : t
day. High today 82, low tonight liberal" House Republicans San Francisco n GO 8. Snowflake print blowion top, j /
Seattle n 41 t
70 to 75. East and southeast j t
wind S to 15 miles per hour. A House GOP group known Tampa 18 81WasLnglon / lolid ill pontt lOll or aqua. \' ;
as the "Wednesday Club" 43 '73 (Not shown, lame with polka ;r
claimed new recruits Wedne. dot blouion topi) 4-14 '
Paul Muni Is day on Its drive to get "fresh
mind and fresh leadership"Into .... r' _
the party Group + 1Cm
There were also new demands
Seriously III for the ouster of COP National Gives Up I Iqa tiI
Chairman Dean Burch, the
hand-picked choice of Barry M. Cuba TripMIAMI
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. Goldwater after the Arizona :jJ
(UPI) Paul Muni, M-year-old senator won the party'. presU (UPI) A band of
Academy Award-winning actor, dentlal nomination "Peace marchers," apparentlyout
vwu reported serious condo.., And in another development, of idas for new protests, .
tlon today'ta Cottar* Hospital. Rep. Melvyn E. Laird, R-Wls., have given up their plan to "mISi I" COTTON TUNNEL
Hunt was admitted to the urged creation of abroad-based, travel to Cuba In defiance of A : 4.
> .M.+. >ti MXK-TOf( Two.TONCii'sI
bill ( :
hospital Oct, 30 for pneumonia, temporary agency outside the the U.s. travel to the Communist .
but now la suffering from a hey, national committee to chart afresh Island. I
done heart condition. course for the party. Bradford Lyttle, coordinatorof 1.99
"The pneumonia his cleared Laird headed the committee the group which has staged
which drafted the 1964 COP 9 q ) te Print lop with Knocked yoke,
downs hungerstrikes
up, but his heart condition ha sit ins, sit I
crown serious," doctor report. platform, tailored to Gold demonstrations, pa. ) .1 \ 1 1 1 1 pond' thai pick up a color In
water' views rides and picket since arraying ,' dlf i r tj, the prlnllink! or blue predominating >
ed.For the past several years, The Wednesday Club, which here last May, announcedthe / v J ) 01,1. des 4-14 I2Y ,
Muni his been living In aeml- now claim a total membershipof decision Wednesday.The \
retirement In this coastal city 20, met In the office of Rep. 36-year-old Lyttle offered 7I
with his wife, the former hells John V. Lindsay R.N.Y., who no explanation for the group's
Finkel. 1* being boomed by some Re. sudden decision to quit.
One of the most esteemed actors publican u a leader of the "We're leaving the strugglefor
of stage, movie and tele* GOP' moderat.llbera! wing freedom to travel to Cuba At ; /
Melon Muni' performance u Lindsay won overwhelming r*. up to the people, the press and _
Louis Pasteur French discoverer election In hi* New York dls. the lawyers of Miami," he said.
of pasteurization, won him tract last Tuesday despite the The peace marcher most
an Academy Award. Democratic landslide in the publicized stunt occurred last
His performance a* a convicton state He never endorsed Gold Oct. 27 when five members of
the run In ") Am a Fugitive water, the so-called "Quebec-Washing \t cz"T
from a Chain Gang" fo- The Wednesday clubbers tooka ton Guantanamo walk for
cured attention on Inhuman walUaiKLsee attitude toward peace" set out for Cuba In a -
prison condition. Laird' proposal to create a 24-foot boat. 1
Muni also breathed life Into temporary new agency to man. The Coast Guard slopped and .
many other diverse character* age the COP comeback effort. seized the boat before it got
rations, including: the gangsterIn The New York congressman out of Biscayne Bay. After a '
"Scarface" the crusading aid that the two-year-old club, 24.hour lit-In aboard the boat '
writer in "The Life of Emlla which has IS of its 15 originsmembers at the Miami Beach Coast '
Zola," the devil-may-care fur after the election, ha* Guard Base the marchers were
trapper In "Hudson's Bay," the gained seven recruit and more ejected. 1kJ''k'k
Lincoln worshiping patriot In are expected. The group' activities pet.
"Juarez" and the Chinese peasant A* a club the group took no red out after that but Lyttl
in "The Good Earth." Tfce position on possible replacementof aid Wednesday they may
latter role won him an Academy Burch or any other GOP undertake "some other proJe<<'I" ;
Award nomination. l.ad.r. Lindsay ald. in the future. at

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Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefw. Today's SAID THE SPIDER TO THE FLYThe Record Number Of Voters

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Pt.bl.itw4' daily (ncoet S.trd.yl I .by **>. 'Winter" H..ePwMltfcino. CommentaryBy SCls l''. '.", ,
c... I.... I 12t Ire Strool. N.'W.. 'Wi."r H..*a. Merle -- -
WASHINGTON (UPI-A rec. have no common system ,
CHAULK ftOtHOHN_ft****.1! M.**e.r By PHIL NEW8OM i ord number of Americans cast porting the actual nUlTilo'

JACK MAHAN Ateci.. M'Ur Foreign News Analyst ballots in the 1M4 presidential eligible voters.
The gloomiest assessment of election but the percentage of Using the voting.age m{'j"

HUH J. SULLIVAN_A.vrtiti. .e .....*e.r Bolvls's weeluoUi revolution i the turnout, fell below both the Utah wins the 1964 title I to ,

was that the United State had forecasts and the previous high. best turnout. The state ,
uttered Its greetest setback.. J of nearly com. 401,811 vote for either Jot .
the basis
Shonnon a Anel. .t. Uc Chi..,.. III. On
Latin America since Castrdstakeover 4 pints returns from the 50 states or GoldWwter a turnout ',1 i

Ent..... *> SotonJ CUM Mail M.tt.r Soet t. l fl4 .t the Pt Ofl.c of Cuba. and the District of Columbia per cent of" Its voting age i p.. ,
In Winter H...*.. Her!*).. undo ..t .< March 2, Il7fADVERTISING The most hopeful: that, although > 9,007,117 persons voted for latlon Minnesota was clog.

... a military man, prove 4 t., 1 either President Johnson or hind with a 79.3 per cent ,
MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU scowl President Ren Barrien. (! Sea. Barry M. Coldwater in out.

:< : toe Ortuno long had supportedthe the Ho*. 3 election Mlsslseppi, which cut 412.- .
.W OF CIRCULATIONS program of the National votes with a voting.age
.. That figure, which will be en. pop
..... Revolutionary Movement laced by official canvass' re. tlon of 1,243,000, had the U,\\. .

MEMBER (MNR) headed by ousted PresU turns and the addition of minor turnout, 3X2 per cent \\1....
dent Victor Paz Estenssoro and barn's 34.1 per cent turnout
Aclive M.mber UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL party votes, broke the previous 'd
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unit.J Pruc II "titl.1I t. the .... had pledged to continue rer record turnout of 68,838,979 in next lowest

ASSOCIATION for ,.,.bll..ti." .f all 1..1 ...w, pint.I form Instituted by Pas and the 1960. --------

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N.w' O"iNchn. that will be reported are not
The military Junta which Bar Wall Street
DEADLINE likely to push the voting per.
rlentos heads promised elec.
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT, centage over the record set

ly th, Werei' I P.M. Frovieut Day. ly the lick 1PM. Preview D.,. lions within six months or a four years ago In the 1960 election .

LM.| Not.ctt. : I P.M. ",..10... D.,. Sund.y Edition D..dlin.: Fndr year to restore civilian government 63.1 per cent of the 109

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT, IA',1, million Americans of voting(' ChatterNEW
Sund.y Editio.-I P.M. Thursday; .....d., Edit en-1 P.M. Friday; cast their ballots.
Tut.J.y Eat.on-Nen Saturday; Wtdn..idiy. Thursday and Friday There were a number of 1m. This 60.6 per cent of
Edit;...-l P.M. Tw. 0.,. In A...ncMtmbtr .. portant question marks. year, million
the estimated 113.9
One wu the final attitude to YORK (UPI) 0. I.
Southor. ,..bli.he,. Allocation; Americana of voting age turned
Nowip.p.t be taken by the United States body t Co. says the nark .
...."'10.' Florid Prtit Aiwei.tion: out for the GoldwateNJohnson
--- .-- --- which over a dozen years had appears to have built a str l 0
TELEPHONE Ch,... ).Jltl extended aid to Bolivia worth race. That percentage may rise two month long base tr,
somewhat when all the returns
about $400 million, more per which to go into Its tradlii..''JI ,i
In but not than the
capita than to any other Latin Y yearend rally, once tax SWM)( h.I
record Itt In 1960.If .
American nation. The United Ing operations are complete.
A For Today"And fOhlMUdl! the 1960 percentage had
Thought States has announced that most 9 .' this The firm says that further

of Its aid has been suspended, 7 Sh1Ell11Ef been reached year, nearly announcements of dividend JJ.
72 million would have
pending "study." /j9 persons creases and year-end extras art
He God) hIII i put all things under Hi ,r t'a't' xpRyflkNEY R cent gone to election the polls. However which, re. expected to bring a mark..'

(Cht iM'i( ) fttt, and gave (nP11I'1i'edlim' to be head Barrlentos admitted that the showed smaller turnout trends percentages rally shortly but that a mode'
country's economic situ ate correction could come eail i
over all things to (the Church, tihirh. if Hi* body, the atlon could grave be handled only by when one of the candl. next year.

fullntss of Him nltu. IiitOall/ / tn all." B1A :11.13 continuation of such aid tiYAke : n s nr ,, dates House,already were borne Is In out the by White the

The Church i if' safe Her great (Head i in on the Another was the position to betaken 1964 voting. Stanley Heller & Co. Cae:

throne of the universe, and no weapon that m made by powerful boss of the This year's turnout was closeto that If the market undercou'period a

can prevail against hci. -Dr. Albert L Carnett tin miners Juan Lechln. AJU Lighter Side TelevisionIn the 1965 percentage of 60.4 of concentrated sellim
though Bolivia's 35,000 tin ml. when President Dwight D. El. trading opportunities would rap.
senhower ran for reelection.The Idly present themselves,
ners are CommunlsUconlrolled.Lechln .
News Chief EditorialsWhat himself frequently has By DICK WEST fixtures, and has her butler I ReviewBy 19S2 turnout,, when neither ularly In steels, rails and J1 i o.
United Press International candidate was the Incumbent tors.
cocktails and ,
denied that he himself Is Com. serve appetizers to
WASHINGTON (UPI) If before formal RICK DU BROW hit 62.7.Voting.
munlst. He has however been guests dinners.
Other Editors outspokenly antLUnlted States, you've been feeling depressed In addition to goldplated dot United Press International age population I. only
lately for no apparent reason phlns, Wagner has designed diamond HOLLYWOOD (UPI) To a rough estimate of the actual Newton D. Zlnder of E. F.

Are Saying It was perhaps significantthat you may be suffering from encrusted faucets, sunken day's television advice Is to number of eligible voters In the Hutton Co. Inc. says that the
"monobathroomosls." country. It Includes weakness In the rails Is a Dis
from his eabl. marble tubs with Imported mOo make sure your set is turned everyoneaged
all-rnllltary What's that? Well It's a word 21 and older-and down to turbingactor and the sharp increase .
Itsy-Bitsy TeenyWeenyBikinis net Barrlentos appointed Lech. sale tile floors, a shower that off for at least minutes on
In's half-brother colonel to that I Invented. If you break It spurts cologne and hand.palnted Sunday so that you can catch lower voting ages In four states, In odd lot purchasesover
Nothing down Into component parts wash basins one of the memorable broadcasts but does not attempt to exclude the past ten days suggests

To owned lead Bolivia's government tin mines.A (mono.bathroom.osls), its mean. He has brought the NapoleonIc of the year on radio. resident aliens, persons who that the current bull market n

The never-never land of omen's fashions la money.loslng leg becomes clear.Monobathroomosls. French Empire neo.Cleopa. The program, which airs at have not met registration! rest beginning to reach "an

where fools lush in and angel feat to tread, or ia it third question concerned is the feel. tra and Regency periods to 7:05 p.m. EST on NBC/ radio dente or other voting require. advanced age"
Ire of Inferiority that comes plumbing. Is hosted by Edgar Bergen and ments or those who have lost

thread Barrlentos associated him.with elf.Bolivian ALthough from having only one bathroomIn A woman In South Americahad his top-hatted dummy, Charlie their voting rights, such as Bache & Co. believes the out

No matter, the point is that for jrcnfiation your house or apartment Wagner design a bathroomand McCarthy, and the content Is a felons look for a yearend rally continues
revolutionary movements for
I'm a one bathroom home then built housebound collection of comedy highlightswith However, It Is the standard to remain bright and the
women have been living up to (their fickle reputations more' than 25 years and with owner myself and It has given It. In the men's a room of a New famous stars as they appeared applied to calculate the national outlook for the economy in the

with high hemlines, low hemlines, plunging neckline, paz MNR since 1932, there me a terrible complex the rea. York restaurant, the faucets are on' the old Chase and voter turnout because the states first half of 1865 Is favorable.
doubt that his
own emsatonal
bareback frocks, the new look, the old lock: the straight make.up and a reputationfor son being that plural bathroomshave shaped like the head of Caesar Sanborn coffee hour In the

look, the founded look, fthort shorts and itsy-bitsy, erratic behavior gave him blossomed leading Into status one sym.ofAmerica's roomosls Small wonder Is rampant.that monobath.This sort The golden firm age has of chosen the soundbox.this way ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
the of nation.
teeny-weeny yellow polka dot bikini Nor has it been leader.qualities a strong bols. And I do mean "bios. of thing Is bound to give a one to call attention to its 100th annlversary .
confined to Halt alto have dine Bomed. bathroom homeowner a feelingof and If a sponsor ev-
clothing. stjlo a flip.
I have at hand a re. WDIO.TY WFL .TY WFTV-TV WTVTTVCIS
press had a better Idea 1 never heard
The Inadequacy-particularly on
flop with such hair-ruling fashions us thu Ituiiaa ut, feeling gained weight lease from the Swanee Paper of 1U .Cheeed: 4 Ck..eel a Cke.sel 1 Ch..111II'
when with the night ,
capital still in Saturday "
f&tltW cut boGffaftt, tf.art;; lhlv*, l&atlj $i Up. chaos, Barrlentos Insisted on Corp. which says that AmerU -------- 'Cheseanbanborn has lentout ade.de Tampa Orlende Tempe
can housewives now pay more to reviewers and other sol _
flying off to his home town of -
sl' down-Mtiept and in colon fiom; e.
lyufing} attention to bathroom decor
id eltUenr a "not far-sale"
platinum to geranium red! there Cochabamba In Ms honor.to attend a rally than to. any other room. The AlmanacBy record of the broadcast, and it Thursday NIGHT Nov. 12

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questions United Press International myself ':JO-CIS News NIC News Sit Madmen CBS New
of hearing of the fashion conscious ladies. Now and finance Real estate ads are one of almost to tears a bit
range one gloomyobserver Today Is u 12, i,41-CIS News NBC New let M.iUrin CIS New i
the principal causes of monabathroomosle
comes the ultimate the topless swim suit and the predicted: the 317th day of dt:6rth 49 nostalgically I recommendthe
"You can expect a Commie Nowadays Itsetms program to you wholeheartedly. 7,00-Hunt n. Car 14 01.,, Rt*>M M.vnckvtnck
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like t this: "Lovelyrm The moon Is at Its first quar. itance this exchange between 7:10-Tht Mends Daniel l bees The Flmttton.i Maverick
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homo Ktchn, Ivng.rm bdrm ter.The Charlie and the imbiber n l
Paz himself from his exile In great ,
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neighboring Peru ter, Mars and nus. W. C. Flelclsi .00-FVry M.,*it Daniel l loon. The Oannt forty Muse
too many women around who have everything It Is not the quantlt alone The Fields (talking of children)! I,IJ-Porry Milan Daniel ...". Hood Snow Perry Muse
evening rs are Jupiterand
and those who do are reluctant to display it, especially that counts, however. To be Saturn. "I can remember when with Io-ry, Mi ion Or Oldie My Th,.. S.... Perry Maven
really "In" these days, your my own little unsteady legs I I:4S-Pnrry Mllon Dr. if "everything" has been obtained with padding, nnd Memories bathrooms must have Jeweled Princess Grace of Monaco toddled from room to room."
faucet was born on this day In 1929. *,00-P.l.ord Dr Kild.r. lowUchd P.iiordPillwcrd
bits of foam lubber It is better to let some! thing fittings On this day In history: Charlie! "When was that -last t:I II-P.H.ordf Dr Xild. l.witchodPoylon.
The latest word on that was "
be! a fabric of the imagination than to I''motill' 20 YEARS AGO sent to me by Sherle Wagner In 1920, Judge KenesawMoun night? FUldsi "Quiet worm. ,JO-Tho Itiloy Hazel PlocoN Th. .. loyi
wood I'll whittle downto
or you t:4S- .( l.lboo Had .. I .f lolboo
fabric and destroy! the image. Cpl. A R Enkion Jr. Mat a bathroom designer who creaU tain Landls was appointed the a toathanger. tell me,

There transferred from Maxwell ed fixtures for such personagesas first commissioner of baseball Charles, Is It true your father 10,00-Tho Defenders Suiponto Soehio L.... The D.'.".."
now we've gotten that off our chest .
Field, Ala to CourtUnd Als Nelson Rockefeller Averell In 1927, Joseph Stalin becamethe was a gateleg table?" Charlie t 0:1 l>-Tho Defenders Thootro ill Horn The Defenders

oops I Charleston (W. Va.) Daily Mail. 10 YEARS AGO Harrlman, Aly Khan Joan undisputed dictator of the "'If It Is, your father was under 10,JO-Tho Dofondort S...".",. Soph. Loron Th. Defenders
Crawford, Barbara Hutton and Communist party In the Soviet 10,4S-Tho Defenders Theatre in Horn The Defenders
No Excuse Lovers Winter Haven 4lltr swept It.
Union as Leon
Trotsky was ex.
lop honors In the Polk County the Maharanee of Baroda. There are stars galore Eddie 11 :00-Nowi News. Spt. Wtr Nowillno New, Sports
You can forget about: love conquering all. ThePhlladf.'lphla Dairy Show In DartowS Wagner claims that he has pelled.In 1948 Cantor Is heard singing his 11:11: -Sp.rt,. Wkor Ted.hC Sh*... (Etor.il W'thor W'thor. E'.I l
YEARS AGOA "upgraded the bathroom from a the war crimes trio old theme song, which, as many 11:JO-Tho.tro ol Tni,ht Sh.. Lass Skew. Thursday
Board of 1 Elections has thrown
put an complete modernization of utility room In a dark corner of bunal in Japan sentenced! form. listeners remember, began, "I 11:45- the) SUrt T..icht, Show Lot Show N .h/ Movio

absentee ballot with the ruling that the IVnnsymnta the Florence Villa Station the house to a sumptuous lounge er Premier Tojo and six col.leagues ). Love to Spend This Hour With

Election Code provide such a ballot may be cast would delay removal of the worthy"Some of people Cleopatra even. entertainIn In 1951 to,death the by International hanging; You. ." Rosalind Russell Is Friday MORNING Nov. 13
on hand to flirt with Charlie.
only for reasons of "duty, occupation or vusfn,*,," Atlantic Coast Line railroad It-like Mrs Felix Chappeletof Monetary Fund gave Iran an Don Ameche Is there, and so

This particular ballot was cast by a John F. Me- depot In downtown Winter Havta Los Angeles, who has tea II.million loan to meet s titian are Ethel Barrymore and Nelson 7,00-Alm.no. Tod.y ShwTil "AM"
but would allow more every day In her 24x38 foot clal crisis caused by the loss and Lamourand -W.koU. Todoy. She, Now -A.M."
Garxey who was out of town on hit honeymoon. Cupid time for development of a bathroom with Its marble tub of oil revenues Eddy Dorothy 7:10- Mvi! Today She. Mackie ices "A.M."
Jack Oakle
has thus been judged legally out-of-bounds. Miami beautified parkin lot and ll. arat goldplated dolphin O'Brien at the age and of Margaret seven, 7:4S-N.w,. W'th.r T.d.y Show M.ck.fy.ni 'AM."

(Fla.) Herald A thought for the day: Amer. and Mary Plckford and Jimmy 1:00-C.pt..n. T...., Ski, Mickie, Eton C. UlnI ,

DAft CROSSWORD lean poet Robert Frost said: Stewart and Alec Templetonand :It- K..,.,.. Te4., Skew "'icki.; Ivies K.ft..'.*
&):/$%. / "Moat of the change w. think Charles Laughton and Rudy I:JO-C.pt. n Today 5k.. C.rtenvill* C.e* A'RO 9 IIOWN 16. Rwsien1.Vlctorlan we see In life is due to truths Vallee and Clark Cable and 1:4t- Ke",.,.* T.d.y She C.rt.onvill Ku,..*.
President Truman used\ to be criticized for his I. To make fighter' being' In and out of favor."
4 L, Carole Lombard. t:00-A.rl M T.d.y .....i. EnorcU The Mike
cumpli pIlUlet. *
strong language, but the people elected him. Senator Lively. cated: 19. Roman 11Hi.t.ry "'."nit C.....n.ill. D*..'ll Sbw

Goldwater lets an expletive drop now and then andthey're spirits 2. Talk money t,JO- ."" .., teem ef ."",." Mr. Magee The Mib
T. catch WSIR ', -Kom of P.o" j. ltfrym.ro Mr. Magee DssgIas Sh*.
noisily 20. The Program
saying the voters might object. OIAL 14.0
In hose 3. Turkish sun 10 OO-CIS Now Jennifer Jan Se.nlih La...... The Mil
But all rough word' HHn't con tin.' to politics. t W. III debt title U. ProJ e 4 01 fir' Hom.Mutest.a 1'1.' Huhe.. a 125 III Mutual v...... he N.we' Llrh'e 10,I It-CIS News Je..eh Cettee Se.ni.h U,.... De.fl.. Sh*.

Take the cane of the Mistern newspaperman! who 10. Spirit lamp 4.I'trt. to Kt 'JO MW.I I 1'1.' .. a rat hoed Morasy 10,JO-I Lave Lisp Wh.t This Price I. It ,h' I L... l..cy
11. Shakes the pulrl 23. Tempor.peeMan eat w'sm A "011' .4J Yene riorids aardes 10:4i-l Lave Uy Son*7 Price I It It;ah. I Lire Lucy_
arrived home the other night and found his wife In .- g Pitcher 'III Hom C HtRbwa/. C t3 heed Moenloq"

tears. king e. Wampum fashion ,.......:.. "....'J I 00 Mnu tua: Nees' I II Lake R.Flw T.lIer II 1 :.00-Andy el C.nc.ntr.tlo: ..t n* Andy e(

12. A sanction T. "-h.r. I. Part of 28. Watch 1006 t ': ..to Polk poet) :: Jam Yewsl oreoneM hew.Ia Skew I 11:1 It- ....,..."Y Concontr.t M.....* ....y oiry
"This has been a terrible day, she sobbed. "The U. Burder mane, ul loco- MenU)' JO Muteal Nee' s II Jim 0..14 51ww1n IIJO I, -Th. Red| Jeer. "Mi... Link The McCeyt

baby cut his first tooth, and then he took his first U. Otrl'l name I. An motive so. Quantities I sues Aleut : I Dws Mutual EytIN NeenEveetas Mow ":4t- MtCey. Joooordy. Mi...... Llnkt The McCeyiIJ

I' Disfigure automoblte H. Eskimo 3c. email cut I lei Nmkl. Ne. sees X..t..1 New.is
step and fell against a chair and knocked out the tooth. n.Norw god plnau boat 34. Serf : : Patrick lp0rt8 Stark Show AFTERNOON
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But worst of all" she added "he then said his first II. o.t back Jaunt R Lalli. child 16. 0...,of 105>s Wall. Ipora Stet J\...., Dick MMwI.yrirs H...Slow '00-t... el LIUII Say Wh*" F.thor New---.-, W......'

word and should have heard it ,I" The Columbia 20. small U. DlatAnt 3T. Rope With three I Sol Mdiar "' ... le a Dlrll Enn: saow :II-L*.. el Life Say Who* K"... bet Farm St. MMSrck .
you barracuda 13. Fortify a runn"'r" IT lhYator HI Netikboe ,
''II "Q8 Mutual News 1110-Sr.hl.rTi.rw Trash er Holle Po. le TnrwS
((8.C.) Record. 12.31 A Pro support U. Profit keel cage T 15 rultosl aswtashe lawle the Foe Jr 11 ll I twee M.WaI' )=.Show U:4s-G.iolj" L!.h. Con.o ,".nco. Picker ..4..n, Liht

Out At 60 U. BIIIIII'II 2 1 L J 4 e R 1 T : Trkkt Mutuat Newo M Plena 133 I tugs Merest Ervtrk hews Show I 00- *l Talk Now. 511...., Motino ......1. Ur el III
rods 'II Mwk.1Aed tile Itan 1:1s-G1rl T.IkI Wather ''
IMreoN On* 6irl. L... el Life
The auto industry' has just accepted the hIM of 16 Claw.It. 1 5 1le 1 ale MAsul Nswa ItM, tarn a 0... N.... :10-WH- Tees Lot. Mad CefiloMie; Wend T.....
: Part of : : flub 1450 q M a.t web the sbeetS I:4t-WerM Turn A Dad ....
permitting men to retire at the age of 60, with substantial "to be"5o IIc.2 i II l4wual Club It.O..N..bt.New.. ... ,1216 t. My Fakes II Willi Lewse YuW I,. H.* H.*t W. ). T.

pensions paid for entirely by the companies .Turf 1 110 Mutual N... It 3D Mat..i N... 1:00-Ptttwere BuM. G.ffi; CI.. Mesa haw.rd
ill pub 1410 lit-PMwereI Deeie GitKt
It \I. \,e.W.III H..n. Password
11. MrS
in order to provide more jobs for younger men toy Spinning e JO as n.Masai. Weald Newe Toda fit 45 Tee tile News ,JO-Hem* Party 'he De.Nrs Day I. Cw H.... Pri

This lowering of the letlrement age from the 32. Cut In two to + r It to e 00 0rloesda MItt..1 News N.' .. "MtIIet II 1 .M :::It.M..Plnnds li_ 1:41-H._ Percy The 0...... Day I* Cows Haw ,.,.>

customary 65 seems to us a step in the wring direc 35 Helen offamous W o It2 ne 18 Stn Or1lsDAT 'I'I 115 Obeuad.eManua waxy EotItAIr1aI J 00-T, ToN Trwtt.I A..tK.rA..hr 'World G.neyl T. T." Trvrli
-, .a : T.1t Trv" Weald. )
H..n.1 Teeth
tion. The major problem of the years ahead is goingto 511 sin Oa 1 1 111 late.N... r-Hurtw./TIle 0- 110-U,. .IN *>. Ten 0eS.T The Ye*.. T.Edge TH el Nigh. :

be how to keep people usefully occupied, not bow to beauty n e m Yjn.I News a : Mewl.II w. J.41 |d.. el N...k. Ye DM Sap ....'"". Ed.. .. N;.M
H. Ends ofSaturn's I. ?laud Mamma I i S Huttny
let them work less. Automation, long vacations shorter 24 Iw tb t1 .e 5 JO "lIIuaJ News I 11IM...... N.'. 4 00-%.r* Stems ". .b 6..e T.II,..,," Sr.t StemS
I. "fonds Nwi a II.... 1 1bnn. a Yyknl 4:It- ..... S'enn Match 6.*, T"III.,, S5erm
work weeks earlier retirements and the like all increase wigs fluid Mead News rt
to Monue ,11ft
a ,
SoSt 4 10-Uncle W.Ws l.... It
3T.The 21 ,01 watwl. N... 1 N h Hsgtwp'T Teelms..p 5......."
the risk of being prematurely bored to death. shank: 'T 8& III Many r N ww a J.bri 4 41- AeWtw T. ...... T.iI...,," Sae.rs.e _

This is a statement which those who fought so long anal 1* so6i to r,1.ntwe Red des i ewes 5(45.55 55051i1i 5 .cY I. -f.... ,....... Tie Lloyd Se...... .....11I. Gs' a

and successfully for relief from the oppressive working U.Gracious (lSO I Mdwl H..... s. i...i aloes I:It-Pot-r ,.***.. ""' .... Show s....... ..... II. 6r *
39. Ie hospital II P1.nsM'... Ie. S N.NS.e f Ili Yitwl I New.M lo-tu.. h The u... S...... Writer. Now, WootlMle

conditions of bygone years will find hard to ac .mploY" 3St 1 N 0.Mwwlaq Moms Sport. R.vl.w e.o I. asst Nwid abate"Nene .45- T. ...... Tbdee Silew N..*. IdHwtiel; ."en*!. E.4w

cept. But the truth is that in that headlong campaign .0.ergs Foot-llk. + ee tWO WIUt Mervaa Een N...w e S N la Tn4mr'-" RwrdapC ... Thew pngns tcWe.!*. ere pa,..*'.*} by .... .. ....... t.*.."

the point of diminishing returns is finally being 4L Bpews 40 W e es !III__ N... ....... I. wets *rest *e$. % c.4 ate ssbi.d. ee c ...** .< .., tm The Deep N*....Cfcwl eoW.*
of nah .Is chd 3laeag ; ss a glrr= isd III ad eespen "bl. I.. ,...,.. tbsges. .
reached. Tuba (Okla.) Tribune. a tt 1i1/ M the. .

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't.' < S': Storm Slams Info Oregon Soviets Said -

Ready To Fire : '
f I'.
B\ United Press InternationalA fear of economic ruin for New
Space Shot
new Pacific storm farmer across the Great
alas med Into the Oregon mountains Plains. Officials In miaols and I
with heavy snow today New Jersey called the drought BOCHUM, Germany (I'PI' ) !
: ami spread rain southward with the worst In history In tile I r A West German radio monitor.
ii the threat of more mudslides III states. lag laboratory amid today \II has .
Uifcrnlt. Searing Indian sum ft was easily the worst of the evidence that a new manned ,
11 i ,drought from Colorado to century In wtdt areas of the ..-e. hot by the Soviet I'mim
N.,K England withered water Cast. I* In the offing or slre ) atou l
Mippiies and turned forests Into Bone-dry forests mi. fields
Infernos. were destroyed by wildcat Scientists at the tastiuite r>H> I ti rir
Thunderstorms boiled up fires from theMlaslsslpelKlveirto Satellite tad Space Resear.hrtported t
ahead of a cold front In KM the Atlantic Coast. Water Wednesday its mmii-
tern had picked vp signals I.om
Midwest, where temperature supplies In many towel dwindled
soared to the a new Soviet space vehicle andicafed
.. Wednesday to the danger level.
record 70s.Warnings. It VM not part of
NEW RIDGE BAPTIST OFnCERS The Ridge Baptist Association to stockmen and MM unmanned Cosmos series )
Youth Fellowship recently elected officers for the eomlni[ motorists were posted for Utah, Fire Claims A spokesman
I year. Dean Fleming, left, accepts the gavel from Mid no new
Verpon Lashley,,, eastern Nevada and southern tfMls "
association were picked up todaj.
youth director Eight
Idaho as another wintery storm .. aiMwtt
plowed inland Heavy rain and
snow continued to rage through Mass UP- "Since the RuMlaM are keeping $ 0
Audubon Unit northern California and Inter Seven and possibly eight, per. silent all we can do here Is ) 5
Ridge Baptist state 80 was closed across the sons were killed late Wednea. walt Only U.S. moaltorlnf staUM > /fr: -I-
Seeks Better Sierras, where snow piled 40 day night in a wtnd.wMpped using radar and not relying }
Inches deep. fire that swept a Rvt'o.., on radio reception alone,
Three Inches of snow blanketed brick<< apartment building as can tell us If the Russian have
Elects FlemingAs Protection sections of northern and they slept Five of the dead something new up there." .. r .
central Maine. A thick layer of were children ...... a.-
Florida birds The spokesman said both rt
of prey tot In the New York metropoll. Police said they recovered
the eagles, hawks and owlsare -- tan area shut down M seven bodies, One person, be. die signal and vole broa4-. KIDNEY TRANSPLANT Mm v KM" .'in ,in to i- -line trlahtomlortat.i '" in a Dallis,
PresidentThe among the most valuable miles of the New Jersey turn lleved In the building when the nests. were monitored Weans.day. Tex, hoH4tel l 'ifti'> t ., il\mff a XiJn. \ ft!,.,m hoi afro, Nancylefts I .i. In" M\-h'w opefetfcm. -
birds In the state, and Illegal pike, stopped all flints at the fire broke out, w&ahot account. Mary we* br- > '< ,tti tu, 'mjni\ < k> killing of them by Irresponsi Newark Airport and resulted In ed for. An Investigation was un. MM wHgM ots!}' xl f, .nJi this, Nan, \ witffthi 100 The 1111""". aru Mr. Christine >
Ridge Baptist Associa ble shooters must be stopped at least one traffic death dtrway to determine If he died B.rg.r n..n, and Mr*. Christine P.H.
tion's Youth Fellowship electednew If they are to survive,the Flor- The bitter drought raised In the blase. SilOP LN INTER HAVEN
officers at a recent meet- ida Audubon Society declared
this week.
are Dean Fleming of Au- "
"Fortunately, said KennethD.
burndale, president DorothyLoucks
Morrison of Lake Wales,
of Eagle Lake, cor-
president of the
repondlng secretary; Sue Bowden -
sportsmen are aware that all of
of take Wales, recording the eaglet, hawks and owls are Qg o00
secretary; Dona Sue Elwell of
protected by Florida law In view B.
winter Haven, treasurer; Ruth
their value In
Couch of Eagle Lake, program rodent
and Insect -
chairman; Letha Owen of populationsand : /'
Inwood, publicity chairman;Don public their interest" to the general :
Cheek of Auburndale, recreation u t''d/ /
chairman; and Jerry Quailsof Mr. Morrison added that b P
Bartow, usher chairman. some areas where hawks and 27TH
Vernon Lashley of Auburn- owls had been killed extensive

dale Director.Is the Association's Youth ly because, the quail the population rodents declined which ., 'tlr'(; 11 1 ,

The Ridge Baptist Association sometimes eat quail eggs Increased -
Is made up of 41 area when their natural con -

Baptist churches and missions trols were nearly eliminated. OWEN a .
In East Polk County, and has 'til Y,14.FIt19AY
2,229 member between the Eagles, hawks and owls are

ages The of Youth 1324.Fellowship was organized parts now becoming of the state scarce, according in many to AN APOLOGY TO THE MANY HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE THAT WERE NOT ABLE TO BE WAITEDON

because of the widespread alternation
Association, by Lashley,In 1961.

at the various set churches They present throughout a housing agricultural developments, Industrial Never and VALUES AT GREATER SAVINGS DURING THIS EVENT!

variety type of program, of theless, the Society pointed out,
Interest primarily to the 13.24 these birds often will continueto
year age group live In what natural areas I OUR ANNIVERSARY GIFT TO YOUr I
The FsUo..hlp will meet at are left to them, even when
'730; p.m. Nov 14 at the First man Is present, If uninformed 11 '", .
Baptist Church of Lake Wales persons do not shoot them or Y _ _
and will feature a special disturb their nests In VIolation *
of state law. e e
Thanksgiving Emphasis -
written by the Program program Mr Morrison, who wrote the LAY AWAY NOW BUY NOW
Committee.An .
Invitation Is extended to section on"Hawks"in The Bookof FOR th40 REOEIMAILE DEC Id I. Ilth FORCHRISTMAS
Knowledge and 1s author of ,
the public, all 1.attend.
"Birds of Prey" In the Double* CHRISTMAS
day nature series, said, "The THIS CERTIFIES THAT IEARER
KRAFT Dinneris P magnificent flight of the birds MERCHANDISE IN THE AMOUNT OP -

of prey and their fascinatinglife ONI AND NO100 DOLLARS II.0 'J
histories should be reason
enough for granting them freedom WITH PURCHASE OF II 00 OR MORE 't a

of the skyways." He recommended CENTRAL STORES -
that persons who
thrifty have knowledge that eagles,
hawks or owls are being molest. -- w r
ed should report full details to .
and their nearest wildlife officer or

local Audubon Society M' ,' -, I ILADIES' v

quick A bulletin titled, "Why Protect *
the Birds?" and a circular
about plan whereby individuals SMARTLY STYLED SUITS't

and and post businesses their lands may.Audubon registerand D R E S S E S Handsome Fashions For The N ,

Sanctuaries nay be obtained by Holiday and After
full of cheese flavor r sending ten cents to the Florida ;
Audubon< Society,Sanctuary Department ... } '
Drawer 7, Maltland.DUNDEE .
Count o. Kraft DinAff tat
UtxUr macaroni Uwft full .w.,98 2498
of fuldm chMM oodiwo.
H.. tt on head fof poody

school..r*luncho It's. good sad siting hurryupupp asp Harry McKown visited John / 55% Dacron 45% Trlacttatt ,
UlMl Alley, who Is confined to a Lake 0 t
Regulars Short LongsMewUttly
Wales Hospital following a fall 1
COSTS at his home In Frostproof.Alleyis
S, A .VINCI well known In Dundee.invert INS STYLES flme\ etwey senrferteWe sulfa. M I
variety ef sttehMiiexefe, sseshesrs' w.sr ....


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,... It': DAILY NiW CHIEF, TUrnUy." ..*.. 12. 1964 Nge 4 Around The/ Town

WINTER WAVCN DAILY NEWS-CV41CF 1 fLake Indiana Residents Return For Winter SeasonWith I


colder weather I putting in appearances in th ic northern states, an, I

with national elections past, winter residents are now arriving for the season

t Among them are Mr. and 1 Mrs Val E. Atvas They ha ve returned from Sout!

Bend, Ind to spend the winter at their home 3123 t Avenue F, NW.

Y 1 Mr*. A. J. SkMtnore of Lake Bobby MaMtti., a senior at Paul CttKra of Dunforthis ',
interning here at ttn' is
Florida State
Alfred hit been attending the
Haven High School and "is ,
West "
here at
workshop betel held the second tern-teaching
housegutat of Mrs Virtu, .,
School. He
Tuesday of each month wood Junior High
Cat tad 61LtIC LLIS from Msrotti and. son Bobby 'Ir,
by by the Florida Nursing Home expects to be
I .. rr.,,,,)'_ ? LKr Na Association Districts Two and the University December Utfe Cultra .is to be gradual'd !I.>,
cember Wh from Flor", '.,
Three, in Orlando All who are
IfI Region Garden Club interested in the workshop The Ladies Auxiliary the State University
ire invited Military of the Purple Heart
will meet Monday evening at While! vacationing in Ida '

Hears Mrs. Monts de Oca Mrs. John Whlleside will eight o'clock in the new Le Mrs. Hattie Eady of I'>

present the devotkmals at the lion Hoie Mrs, A. C. Van- troit, Mich. Is spending '' ,"
Mrs David Wright Jr. orated matchboxes and elaborately full week in Lake Alfred a* '' ,
presided Woman's Christian Temperance Horn/ president urges a
at the regular meeting trimmed egg shells gave Union meeting Tuesday attendance ..thl.. important guest of Mrs. A. J. Skidrn..."

of the Lake Region Garden Club the members many Ideas. morning at 9:41 in the Bey- meeting.
held Tuesday at the home of Some of the most popularwere mer Memorial I Methodist Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Breedingand
Mrs. Fred Atkinson with Mrs. the Christmas trees the eon have moved to WHIter
Church Chapel The delegate Corbin admitted
Mrs. W. E. was
Dee Osborn as co-hostess. speaker has made one was .
Haven from St. Peters! rand
the recent
who attended Winter
Plans for the Club Christ. made of macoronl (elbow, seashell yesterday to the First ,
are residing on i '
t mac party were discussed following and wing-type) glued to a WCTU state convention in Haven Hospital, and underwent NW.
nr a report by Mrs. Cordon styofoam base then sprayed Daytona Beach. will give high surgery this morning race
Jennings, chairman. Theprogressive gold Another also conlncal lights ind reports on the
dinner will be held shape, was covered with cotton event. Mrs. Neidi Vrrplank has Mr. and Mrs. George L

Saturday, December t, at the balls, the outer surface which purchased a home here on Howard have arrived I
had Mr. and Mrs I. L. lithe their home in Clinton Mi,,
homes of Dr. and Mrs. Robert sparkling gold glitter. Lowell Road She formerly resided
._- Koo and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Judging the design tor the have arrived from their home in Miftland and plan to acation here
month was Mrs. Irby McDanleU In Rochester N.Y. and are tit next spring, They are
A PINK AND WHITE color scheme was day night at the home of Mrs. N. J, Triplett. Coppock.A
I used In the decorations for the bridal party At right Is Mrs Kenneth Nethers, mother of popular knowledgeable, Mrs. Scott Hedden presented a settled ii 527 Spring Lake Terrace The Lake Hamilton Presby cated at 1546 Roselawn '
given for Miss Diane Shotton, center, Tu..- the honoree. and talented guest speaker, Hogarth line design using dried NW for the winter lea terlin Church will hold its .
Mrs. C. M. Monts de Oca, was materials effectively. son. .
Introduced.., major activity Assorted cookies and coffee every-member canvass Sunday :

Miss Cotton Is Entertained Theta Nu ChapterHas at Christmas time Is decoration were served to Mrs. David The November meeting ot during the afternoon ,MOVING ?
!" Mrs. Monts de Oca Wright Jr., Mrs. Kenneth Manuel the Fireman's Auxiliary will hours Serving on the commit

I said. "This Includes the decorating Mrs. Gordon Jennings, be held next Monday evening tee are Everett Rubush chairman
of trees Mrs Scott Hedden, Mrs.James Mrs. Dale Haskins. Mrs
gifts, our ;
With Shower At Triplett Home ExerciseMembers homes, the mailbox, and even Deaver, Mrs. Lisle Davis,Mrs. at eight. WaiVer o'clock Ferguson at the home, 29UU otMn Douglas Jennings and Mrs :
our person. This Is art for fun. Glenn Coppock, Mrs. Glen Gerald Cox : If
Avenue J, NW. A full attendance someone
This Is the time we can really Bentley, Mrs. Irby McDanlel, ,
Miss Diane Shotton, bride- Many useful and lovely gifts of Theta Nu Chapter "let go" and create. Perhapsnot Mrs. C. M. Monts de Oca, and is urged. Mr. and Mrs. William E. :
elect of Dick Thomas of Lakeland were presented< to the honoree. of Beta Sigma Phi Sororitymet the real sophisticated and guests Mrs. Charles Stevens, Wrks have arrived from Ko you knowis
was entertained with a Miss Pam Cooney and Mm. Monday evening at the home expensive methods, but by using and Mrs. Richard Dehoney, by bokunk Ontario Canada and :
bridal shower at the home of Jim Sweet assisted In serving of Mrs. James Walcott. the odds and ends from past the hostesses, Mrs. Atkinsonand New ArrivalsMr. '
Mrs N. J. Triplett Tuesday punch coffee, miniature wedd- After refreshments were 1 years--dried materials, pine Mrs. Osborn. plan to spend the winter SE.season moving. .

night, with Miss Alice Shermanand ing cakes, mints and nuts. served by Mrs. Walcott and I cones, bits of ribbon, odd jew. and Mrs. Bill G. Law here at 110 Central
Miss Grace Bullock as Miss Toni Watkins, members 1 dry, etc., one can make Christmas call V thee
rence the A friendly >y
and their guest Mrs Robert t Marshall-Smith are parents of a son A rummage sale will be
co-liostess. The guest list Included Mrs. decorations that are tat.- WetcomeWsgonllnntese
Raymond Cooney Miss Pam Pielow, visited Christiansen I ful and beautiful." born at 113: a.m, today in the held Saturday at the First will help them feel at

The serving table was highlighted Cooney, Mrs. 0. R. Hawkins, Fitness and Health Center "The ideas and materials are Mr. and Mrs. G. Dean Marshall Winter Haven Hospital The Federal Parking lot. This sale e '
by a large arrangementof Mrs. M. M. Slayton, Mrs B.K. where Mrs. Christiansen con- all around us, all one needsIs announce the secret marriage baby weighed in at eight Is sponsored by the Woman
pink roses flanked by tall Shotton, Mrs B.' E. Shotton, ducted a program entitled"The> an awarenesa-the ability to of their daughter, Donna pounds, four and a halt ounces Club and is under the direction m@
pink tapers In silver candlesticks Mrs Dot DeMulth Miss Margaret Body Beautiful" She demonstrated make something of beauty out of Lee, to Steven Harrison Smith, of Mrs. Frank Boynton.
Roses in other arrangements Counts, Mrs Molly exercises for all ages. almost anything Even the most son of Mrs. MerleSmlth and elate A son was born at 5:15: p.m.
wen used at focal points Lewis, Mrs D. L. Mannlx Mrs Individuals In the group were i simple decoration must have a Mr. Smith. yesterday in the local hospital
throughout the party rooms. Wayne Nethers, Mrs.Joe Hugh. used to demonstrate the equipment design. blend of line, form, The couple exchanged vows to Mr. and Mrs Chester Join, in carrying on ourcommunity's .
es, Mrs, Jim Sweet, Miss Sara available at the center space, color, light and lecture June 26th In Nahunta, Ga. They Meadows. The baby weighed JoA 4 THE e' traditional Tell ,
The bride-elect was presented Bernt, Mrs.CharlesStoU Mrs Those attending were Mesdames must be blended to achieve a are now residing In Leesburg. seven pounds, thirteen and a FDinlofhonPitiilitv Welcome: Wagon the re
with an orchid corsage, Frank Sparrow, Mrs Dan King, Jimmy Cox C.B. Ewell., good< design." mI1fW< half ouncei. h lE1 name and address of
and her mother, with a corsage Mrs. R. p. Goggans. Doyle Gardner, Thomas Griffin "If a design\ for you or your "f'bJ A daughter weighing iu S HOTEL families, you know who ,
of pink rosebuds. Ronald Johnston, Kenneth i home looks right and pleases HOSPITALNEWS I lire moving
Miss Grace Studer pounds eight ounces, was
Mrs. J.
McCutcheon C.Buddy Rodgers,, you, the creator, it can be considered -
M. Kuder, Mrs M. H. Hemen- James Walcott, Robert Pielow 1 right," she said. born aV 3:04: p.m. yesterday in MENU YOUR CHOICE SERVICE OF OR 294-2989
way, Mrs. II. N, Agy, Mrs and Miss Watklns. Many handmade Items were f fWEDNESDAY'S the local hospital to Mr and UNLIMITED IUFFET
Forest Johnson Mrs. Helen displayed by Mrs. Monts de Mrs. Johnny J. Shannon of PURPLE TREE LOUNGE
Illsey, Mn. Ted B. Jahn, Mi*. Oca. She gave Instructions for Dundee. -
I F. M. Elkins, Mrs. Paul Smith, making wreaths out of pinecones ADMISSIONS IMPERIAL
Mrs, Janice Blssett, Mrs.Norman Car Wash Set out of nylon net, using Winter Haven DINING ROOM
Silver, Mn. Harold Gar- greenery and Christmas decorations Willie Wright Mrs. Bill G. DAILY 11)30) ttlO'
ett, Mrs Malone Hart, Mrs. For Saturday dried materials. The Lawrence Dr James Patrick Helpful HintsWash Rewrvettwn, If131II

Bertram Hart. method of making a base for a lirahaney, Miss Linda M Robrrtson ---
W *> *if*", '- A ear wash and a Christina\ t swag was shown. Cleverly dec- Mrs. James D. Smith light and darkcoloredwool
w Mra. Baacom Hart, Mrs Dance are the upcoming event s Mrs Chester Meadows, Dean knits separately to keep ':,,>
Fred Evans; Mrs. H. R. Bed- for Phi Gamma Mu. The cai Daniel, Mrs Bill Clark Board. them from depositing lint on
dlngfleld, Mrs, Ralph Jordan, wash will be held this Saturday Junior Women Mrs Morris Sumner Mrs. each other.
Mrs Jack Kuder, Mrs. Don from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at tic I William E. Corbin, Mrs Ray
Only /l.dae' Pedere' ar.1eai Blaze Mrs. W. A. Ling Mrs. SALE
L.... Asuc.at.ae elv.epPII Southeast Plaza Shell Station* Are Entertained mond Cards Mrs. Frank Hut.
I&H Onan ata...,. 1 b.: 1 L. Sweet, Mrs. John Peters, Plans were made at the Monday crimson.. Master Curtis Terrell Place apples In plastic bags
when rear seen II add reres. Mrs. Jim Colyer, Miss Ann night meeting for a Christmas Charles In the refrigerator to keep other
aoeeunt. lit the emeentse ; By Selphs Baby Shirley Terrell.
1'rlplett, and from Lakeland
Dance to be held on December foods from absorbing the apple
eta II mere.IID0I Mrs. Richard Thomas, Mrs Miss Susan 1 lolling Jworth. still in
111.Phi. flavor progress
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s.w,.. Winter M....... Debbie Thomas Mrs. W. A, Gamma Mu welcomed I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selph Miss Debra Evans. Thomas
I.su"" and Mrs. George Lang Mrs. John Mitchell, presldenl i were guest entertainers for \the Rutlcdge,
--- of XI Lambda, as a guest.* Winter Haven Junior Women's Auburndale Don't wash leather gloves One Group Dresses
Those attending the meeting, Clubs meeting this week Claude Justice Garner W. once they have been drycleaned
held at the home otMluJe.nn.; Mr. Selph sang several selections Jacobs. Mrs. Malcolm I because much of the natural 1/a OFF
Blair, were Mrs. ChuckRoberson from periods orA mer.I Hughes, Thomas D. Howard oil may have been removed.
Miss Jeanne Blair, Miss I lean History. He was accompanied Dundee All The Rest
by his wife on the piano.
Janice Williams, Miss Iud Mrs. J. Shannon.
For neglected ovens with
The Selphs have lived in Wlnl.rHav.n
Payne, Miss Claudette Ray, f' drastically reduced
for six years, and both Myers crust and baked-on grease, usea
Mrs. LarryDuggerMraLarr y are graduates of FlorldaSouth Mrs Donald N. Wide cleaning agent applied by a Some Only $5 & $10
Davis and Mrs. Mitchell. llilnes Use the spray-on oven
ern College Mr.Selph Is music City spongs.
director for St. John's Church Mrs. Macon Carnley Mrs. cleaners for ovens with only
and Is also a local physical Clarence A. Green. surface dirt.Before All Warner Bras & Girdles
education I Instructor. Mr. Polk City

da Selph'a outstanding voice has Master Fred Cheshire. buying a blanket be Vi Price or Less
taken him in states
many and WEDNESDAY'SDISMISSALS sure it Is long enough to tuck
he has alaopartlclpated in many In at least five Inches at the
revivals In connection with his Storewide Clearance
Winter Haves foot of the bed.
The Mrs Robert Anderson Herschel -
program was sponsored
4 by the Fine Arts Departmentof Bvdsole Mrs Chester Save time by cooking double
a < the Junior Woman's Club un. Boil, Mrs Anna Brolander portions of favorite dishes and
der the direction of Mrs. Billy Theodore Horn Roy Humph freeze what is left for future
Cushion yourselffor r'r Moore. rey. Joseph Jones Mrs Er. meals,
i On December 20th the Winter nette Keffer. Mn Richard
your busy days Haven Junior Woman's Club will Koos and Infant son, Mrs. Of (the non-foam type of pillows tMft

Picture youitell wilkini on million. of tiny h slShl P1.e1L. sponsor a Christmas party for Howard Moore Mister Timo the most luxurious is
nr: bubbles. ComlortjbltT You rt walking inBrtathifT the children of the club members thy Shiran Larry Sakes, MtI.I I down, followed closely by goose
Brushed Pigskin1 Hush Puppus PaspJ ICs Mrs, James E. Lyon., Joe Smith and infant daughter feathers gees NM! All Cub:

cisuili1 These micro-ctllulir crepe salts put Mr.++..n x.osn.u+ Mrs. W. B. Strange and Mrs. Mrs Paul Stanley and infant .
new ipunj in your step' And Mom hew non Franklin Powell are In chargeI
marking tolls will keep your floors Irishlonger the arrangements daughter Baby Mark
But thit I only hill the Story'Wttit P I I Appreciation was expressed Strickland. Mrs Fred Talbot
Miss Doris Tanner Mrs Benjamin
S '/rf ml """H1t a Chad etA Mel y| to M rs. Dorothy Fox,president, ,
AneAM ai,5hflw" Arrea/M efneetd'AwelestpM / by Mrs.Peggy Rogan,Executive; Thompson, Miss Catherine

Secretary, of the Winter Haven Tison
Spend hours afoot and enjoy it $8" Welfare Board for donations Auboradal
of baby clothes by club mimI Alvin lull Mrs Parker
PETITE VALERIE ANN I bers. These donations provided< Leatherwood Mrs. Albert 4th

US YOUR MELTON, daughter of Mr and I nine layettes for needy mothersof Wheeler.
Mra. Billy Ray Melton of Auburidale > the Winter Haven community.In Davenport
CHARGE k1iqM.ey who has Just celebrated observance with American Oscar Mmshew, Mrs Mary FRIDAY AND
her second birthday Education Week the Education Presley.
ACCOUNT SHOE SALON With a party naturaUy!Twenty- Department, headed by Mrs. Lake Alfred
five Harrold Crimes, was In charge
guests enjoyed the event. Mrs Herschell Wallace
of the special display table. Hectorgreen Fertilizer

Mrs. Fox welcomed special 1 II 4-4-4. lit Or.AN. CHLORDANE
guests Mrs. Michael! CUUlan psiss rtth
and Mra. Richard Hlsslnf. A Miser EI.seeCswe. 50 s5169 5 Lbs.
Goo F-i1tP I transfer"' member from Gainesville IIJI NOW
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also,welcomed Mrs James Lyons, was Tkl* ta IM shrubs l rant Ihae batm'e I*wlmw fcrti in towns a We "c NOW "


for the Whole Family P ; FREE GIFT I WITH EVERY SJ.OO ---:;::

Pursettes1tf Only 13S PURCHASE FRI. & SAT.


,,, FRIDAY Fried Flounder or Small*, deleNee..p.n, gypping Ortho Liqttid Plant Food ANNUAL FLOWERS
'h" ......, .1MortIo1IC'f. hh.close .
I. .,
Fried Sea Scallop G.B.. 12 ee 11 l.. Cerei..r: "
(all day) Deep cad """" eee Seseary I.y1 PIA'

-,r.i.ctl.*. Specie! lls for Days forM.9S. Jp Now 55C E* 855
SATURDAY: Braised Short Rib of Beef 'til 2M GGIIM .

(.B day) With Brown Potatoes TIN 1axor Christmas May Ottor Value Greatly RtAsced w

.I 454$159 ; p pe.r For This Special Snips Event .


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DAILY, ,NEWS,, :,.,CHIEF.. .. Thervday. Nev., 12,., ,,l 964"P.,,, ,..,,.. 7.,,
J. A. Johnsons To Celebrate 'ow -'''''''' '"-'W ""/""-'''' -
Oa shoes, bows and buckles
b Federation Of Womens Clubs will be back la Ha spring.They
will retain In all manner and
50th Wedding Sunday Afternoon In all sises, ss win ooln shaping -
Plans Benefit Cord Party oa ...1GH.COIDiIII..IMflRrtlr
sad fifty sent piece
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson Maine City will The Polk County Federation making a donation 01 as. dollar wldthl.elkUndsel .
of WOSMM Ckibe, seektag to to the Sand
IK honored by their sons and daughters on their Gold etreattsan its seholarsalp lend

tn Wedding Anniversary Sunday at the Lake Hamilton projeet, will bold a henont card
Woman's Club. fatty at ike Woman's Club in
Laaetead next WedMeday. from OURSEMIANNUAL
Mr. and Mrs Johnson were married in Ogle tW a.m. until 1I.-JO p.m.

thorpe Ga ; November 14, 1914 and moved to Polk The 0CMIIty.Wide 01'1II\I1111011

County in 1984 from Butler, Ga. activated several tills eholarhli years ago program and-

Their children art Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, Lake currently a Polk county student

Hamilton ; Mrs. W. W. Harper Winter Haven; Mrs. Is be. nc aided in a Floridly 001- Sample Hat
Ie. under a grant from the fund
Ralph Bailey, Lakeland; Mrs. Owen Hiffina and Willis Mr*. Gerald Mabry pres-
I II Johnson Haiitea City and Lawrence Johnson Mert of the county Federation
: Jacksonville urged the organlMtlon to adopt
tits scholarship fund u Itprincipal -
Open house will be held from two to four p.m. project for her sdmUilstf bale[ .

a Sunday and all friends. and relatives are invited. In a desire to help as
many worthy student complete ,,
their college education a* poeIbl -
Polk Junior College Faculty ( *.
Mr. Dana. Bagley Jr.,Lakeland -

Wives To Be EntertainedA ,general Is scholarship chairman chairmanand of the

card party. Mrs T. L. llodson
Lakeland, Is refreshment
+ seated tea will be held Saturday at four p.m. at chairman and Mrs. William fi85dk

the home of Mrs Fred Lenfwtey, wife of the president Wilmsley Davenport, Is prize

of Polk Junior College Invited guests will be the chairman. .
Mrs Msbry, Fort Meade
wives of the faculty members at the new college. urge all member to attend

Decoration will feature autumn Faculty Wives Club 'We feel and have a part In this effort e
HOLIDAY GIFTS LltUeSuzle Pllking- gave a gift, of not ls than a dollar value, foliate and dried arrangements the need of such an organlta to promote the scholarship fund.
ton gives Mrs. Claude Brotherton a hand In These are sent to the hospitals In Lake City Those making reservation
lion tine all of rtla
packing gift for the JOY SHOPS at stat Coral Gables and Bay Pines where each throughout the ua are ahould make them with Mrs.
veteran hospitals. These and many more hospitalized veteran chooses a gift for each home. lively new in this com munily Bagley, 4200 Forest Hills Blvd.
were contributed by members of Frlerson- member of his family These gift art then Presiding at the tea service said Mrs. Lcnfeatey She Lakeland; phone 666-136) or """MW > tl Ilea mea.h r./.
Nichols Unit 8, American Legion Auxiliary wrapped and mailed to the family tor Christmas will be Mrs. James Harris, also said that the purposesand with Erwin Spear, Presidentof M M* Iw"lW to la Ml CM* ..... hf U MlMtlMitTMi .

Mr. Brotherton JOY SHOP chairman all cost-free to the veteran wife of the Coordinator of the objectives of the organlatlon !- the Lakeland Woman's Club, k.......mew Ml el titmltm ihw mm I.eeal-I
announced each adult member of the Auxiliary Evening College. b would have to be determined 310) Buckingham Avenue,Lake> etlhiiW The tea will be the initial by the wives them lands phone MU 6-1277. Members -tire oIrM nay _-.......... hove w tt-........
_..'. flit W..-....*.-MIMtaM -.*..... emev holt
who do not to
care play
organisational meeting of a II1v. I
I : s.dw.Nd/ h.. tee er hW.y. es.w elw.rw tare bdeeA
Jan-Phyl Ladies Auxiliary Coffee cards are Invited to bring their II .... ..a.. '- sew rose ederl
somas Ni ni
knitting, sewing or other handwork '** | u ''
and Join In th I' morning I
The Jan-Phyl Village Ladles August usually at a member
of Members
fellowship are
Auxiliary held a coffee Tuesday home
evening at the fire station Member were reminded that -
to acquaint prospective member the next meeting will be the
a to the whys and wherefore Christmas social held at the ,1..4. X PEDRO GRANTHAM'S SPECIAL FEATURE XI
of the Auxiliary. home of Mr. James Hunter
with Mrs. Carl Heck ss cc- F \ ,
Mr*. James Pearce, vice hostess, and members art to Morrcll's E-Z Cut Fully Cooked ; *
president welcomed ss guests take an article of canned goods 4 h
Mrs. Donald McDonald Mrs. and a potato for the Christmas 1 '
Walter Loehner Mrs. Joel basket and a gift for the ex- aMAM
Mercer Mrs. Harold Langston change. 1 1 4v *
Mrs. G orgGrlachMrs. Mrs. Robert Addklson served *
Irwin Thompson Mrs. Ed Hurt ss hostess In serving punch
Mra. James Griffin Mrs. Hank coffee nuts and cookies to the r
Llnder Mrs. John Pearce and guests and following members: j ,J J

Mr*. Isabella Marraln. Mr. Mrs. Roy Grossman,Mrs.LucIen X> Whole or Full Half Lc
Pearce explained the purposesof Sykes Mrs Pat Paterson, .
Mrs.James Pearce, Mr.Lens 1
the Auxiliary, and that It .
Alster, Mrs. Carl Heck and .. Just Heat and ServeFRIDAY
meets on the second Tuesday \ ____
each month except July and Mrs. George Hlckmat. "...11> ".... .. > **
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/ 73 !* WEEKEND


Each ttotpgtntELECTRIC .. ... Six Complete Beta Sigma Phi Pledge Training FOODSrtClAUBRAND.BUYS

RANGE purchased s

before Nov. !28th 19M. Six pledge,have completed I son It al.oSlrma'.ntry where Carl I is Chief of the Vol. CHOICE MEATS
all-month training and hsv i Valentine Girl Contest unleer Fir Department Carl
MODEL RB33L been presented their Ritual ptm i Mri. Sellgren CLoulse) I* a I* employed by Continental Can I Reynods rapAluminum t'' '
Budget-priced Hotpoint 30 by Sigma Chapter. They sri i gradual of Maine City High Co. In Auburndal Addle'favorlte *
,inch range roloiy S.h.ot Mrs. Walter Mattson,Mra.John i School and tilt American Buil- hobble art reading sew> Foil ,7*,. 29c PUSH
contrail, hIgh aped .unit liftoff W. Eellgren, Mr*. Chubs P., n.ai Colin of Winter Haven Ing and walerakllng, :
Woodall m, Mr. Carl N.Heck,,, She Is a teller st ExchangeNational Mr. Montgomery (Judy) became White/ HouseApple U.S.D.A.
door for ems cleaning; Mr*. Doug Montgomery, Mrs,, Bank and hr husband a resident of Winter Haven Sauce 4 59c G.. Grade A
Sadler-Taj lor m
Cecil Mayse.Mrs Is employed by jut II month ago coming
KIMIMIIR YOU RICIIVI A Mattson (Shirley) 1* a Co. They have two children from Grand Rapid, Mich.Doug leech-Nut Stroked (limit 121 I
native of Tennessee and the i Johnnie and Lorlan art members and Judy have two children
wy FREE TURKEY ??? mother of three children Angela of the First Ml* lon ry Douglas L**, and Susan Ml- Baby Foods 6 ,.? 49c

O: .. with FREE Larry and Ronnie. Mr. Alliance Church and Loul..'. chile They sre members of ,,. ;, : Fryers
any is with Dowers.
Mattson is employed with State i hobble Hop Presbyterian Church and sew. .
Hotpoint Electric RangeEUSWRTII PV I I Farm Insurance Most of their Mra. Woodall (Linda) Is originally Judy Is kept busy with church t
etN time I I. spent with family. activities. from Panama City Sheof clubs and tilt choir. Her hobble $ KRAFT :
': They. art members has a son, Charles P. WoortallI are owing swimming, ,. 39
I IV, and is employed by Whole- 29 FREE
Abiding Savlous Luther I reading and bridge playing. I !
I esaStenoclerk MsyonnaiseM
Church and Shirley's favorlti I sale Builders Supply Doug U owner and manager of IbI
U7 AVI. A. N.W. CY 3.1ti30 sport Is swimming Mrs Matt Her husband U employedby WINT-AM. 1
Union Finance Co., In Bar Mr*. Maya (Anna Lee) war I Unit I wish II.Ot er mere Mf K iflSvvl ., r'nliw,
tow, They are members of born and raised In Camden '
:' Parkland BaptUt Church, and on-Cauley, W. Vs. She and her Ssqer Creek All Meat .".
Linda's hobby II working withglowers husband moved to Winter Haven
c. when tie time permit. four have sS..d WIENERS .. ... .. ,? 49c
year ago. They a
: Mrs. Heck (Addle) to everybody daughter, Cecilia now Mrs Elliott Chicken 21. 59c Cbelie Lees p,... Greune
tf1 was bora and reared in Clayton and a son, Jim a
__ J Toledo Ohio. lilt and Carl student st Morris Harvey College imncser's BEEF .. .. .. .. .. 3 Iha $1.39
lyved moved to They Winter art Haven the par.nllclDavlJ at Dew- Charleston W. Vs. AnnaLee's Apple Buffer . .. ;... 19c Very Fine. Very Tatty *
hobbles when she can USDA Choice Full Cut Round
Tommy and Luann. work them In from her Job as
I ., ., _.,'1'" ,. STEAK
Addle keeps busy with P. T. A. secretary at Adams Packing, + v4j ,
work, Jan-Phyl Ladies Auxiliary
and Grace Lutheran Church sre swimming and reading Her eJte. ........ Rump Reeit i 1It.99c
husband Is employed st JanPbyl -
where they are members The Engineering, )just down CRISCO NL
Hecks live In Jan-Phyl Village, the road from where they live. JQM ,.., Oi4tt ler Juley
.. 'r Dell.lee' PreO D..0w4 I.e"
Shortening J gam' JjJ f fUml L*"">'Ip;:{; Ihseee.llweNee'eMSW, ,,"...'. ...


.* I wUk $100.. mere rik w, Kmuiai 111I I 1 I.nw"...,,,S," '
'M >v i '*mmVKita RoHt'i Hack Hawk Silted
( CARNATION Co-wee Ivepervteel !

Milk . . . 7" $1.00 BACON J. f
KLEENEX White or Colon ,. .

STYLED TEDDAEftLANGER BY Facial Tissue 2 : 49c : T.p Quality 4 9

felmolito. .' Hickey SIft.hell lit..

t '.4 TRES' PETITE '11 Guava Jelly 2 ; 49c w 1$;


e ,. .1ft. Grew ...'". Stft,..'.

1/4/ OFFJUST Avocados . . ?.19c Peach Pies . : 43c

Plan Colep lir.t lye

ARRIVED Head Lettuce *T 15c Cooked Squash 2 ;L1 35cu.s.
H.. 1 AP.rsetePofafoes ..."' ... .

CARTER'S . ,5... 29c M'ronl& Cheese 2 i35c


I low the '. definitely the flat AND GIRLS WEAR
p6 stilt:lied around and > ut to ground it Grantham'sFood
n\ .
;, :# (or girls who intend to be in the front (me of fashion Featured ITSeventeen
LACK OR WET SAND. SI LOO the p*?". The Children World ;


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WINTER HAVEN TMrs J,, N.W PH. 29)4749
AND 320 3rd St., NW FREE PARKING Ph. CY 3.1566
WLrtt ,... Smkt antft 4efW y Psalm OS Mil rAIiie ACIOSI MOM CITY MAU RIGHTS '. '

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I'I Tlandiv., November '12,1964 1


'j ToastmastersTo Fire Destroyed News-Chief

iut Winter Haven Daily News-Chief TM

,. ( .,
Ii Observe5th
.r..rrrrw.w.w.fw" 'ANfy/K.w .. r y"aw.1 + Plant 10 Years Ago TodayThe

.. :JO':" .' '. _. .1'14' ea5e sieMI

bI F'1 hMdUnes that afternoon which was Saturday. General Three months alter the Ore
Birthday I had phones In on the newspaper was back In operatloo -
PlantOne concerned the trial of Dr. Sam Telephone
;ire Destroys eve ie Sheppard, Dtxon-Yates, and the Monday. In Its new quarters,
construction of a new hotel on The News-Chief was printedon to which has been added sincea

TIN Imperial Polk Toast- the Harvey Firestone estate In the Daily Highlander pressat fourth section, then a chU-

master Club .IB celebrating Its Haven's Miami Beech to be called the LakeWales lor the first month dren's nest to the HIWS-
flfih anniversary tonight with Of Worst Biases In Winter History Fontalnebfeau.The after the pre and then at the Chief.

their first annual reunion to Lakeland Ledger tor two more The press Is still running

be held In the Palm Room of the liraIlal dsertcr+ $250,000 Loss Blue Devils were playing months. When the News-Chief switchedto
Haven Hotel. i Fresh Fruit u Per Lake Wales that night seeking Meanwhile the big press was offset early this year and

Dinner win be served at .. Continues their fifth win. Dexter DanielsSr. dismantled, moved a couple of Installed a new press, the one

7 p.m. and the speaking pot Up II Pet. ..: ". ... .-?... .... Paper had shot a two-under-par doors to the new quarter and that went through the fire was
ton of the festivities will ; .. M... Mf.r r. .rrr.rwr." 70 that morning at the Lake RegIon rebuilt piece by piece a* was bought by the Polk Counts

follow. 1 r rrw.r ..r.r.M"w..wF Yacht and Country Club,and other equipment such a* the Democrat in Bartow and once

Put members, officers and : .., at the Ritz Humphrey Bogart linotypes. All were daml.led.but again dismantled piece by piece,
present active members of the r. u .ww tree r .Iw r fr and Audrey Hepburn were playIng in most cases repair could transported to its new owners'

club will put on an exiblUon IjI in "Sabrlna." It was Just be made. cite, and rebuilt.
of 'toastmasterlng" tor pro.* 10 year today
peetive member who will attend .

the meeting tonight. Anyone I T After the game, which Winter .
; Interested In becoming a Haven lost 20-0 Clayton Franco-West German

toastmaster U urged to attend. Craig of 717 Carroll Ave., SW,
Speakers scheduled are H r.V rrM wa driving east on Ave. A,

George McConkey, Charles NW, and had Just crossed Third
Vickers and Marvin Vernon. St. when he saw heavy smoke

Evaluator. are Jim Tatum and pouring from the mall room of Crisis May Be Eased

Oscar Smith, with Eloy Delgado Ilimdmh hind the circulation department of
I UK Ofr the Winter Haven Dally News-
as master evaluator Opr* '
.. rr rw r r .w
Table Topics master will be > l unuOfii[ Chief plant situated in a two PARIS (UPI)-Western diplomats protection under the U.S. nuclear

Colin Ragey, with Ed Lockwood story building on the northeast said today that two encouraging umbrella.And .

as grimarlan. Toastmaster of corner of the intersection developments In at one point, It had been

the evening will be Bob Lan Craig got out of his car, Franco-West German relation thought possible that Franc

cashtre, past club president M I Il.r,A M looked In a window and saw may ease the crisis threat. might stymie all progress bj

I: .Yrs. Mr cow ...-w..w.rw what looked like a tiny pencilof enlng the Western alliance the Common Market pending
Citrus Industry ;-. .. r.rrw ""rrw.r flame. He called two Winter Difference between President agreement on the farm price

._ ... .. Haven High School Band member Charles de Gaulle and dispute.
(Continued From Page One) who were passing by to German Chancellor Ludwig Er- French diplomat here (tre*.

which is 100 million above the 1 r.w.rr.r.brr/rwYrrrr w r r rw .r r rw r r.rwrrr.rr .+wb confirm Us suspicions. hard over the American sponsored lid that It was too early to

estimate for the current ....on. j rrrrr .r.rar.r multilateral nuclear force start cheering. But they saw
Carlton while not directly r.r.rs irorwy wwrw wwrM Then he summoned the fire (MLF) and Common Market the developments In Bonn and

touching on the subject, did department, which arrived on farm prices had been cowing Brussels a* encouraging despite -
indicate there must be more -- .;- the scene u flame envelopedthe discord and creating worry In Erhard's apparent firmness .

aggressive and forceful sales : : Yy r. w 't w lower floor and were mushrooming NATO circle. on the agricultural matter.
and merchandising efforts and .. _. ,.,. .w: Yrrl into the second story. However, Erhard' Christian

that would take a larger per w a __ __r.rHrs All night long firemen fought Democratic party voted to delay -
box advertising tax to be paid ,. West German participationIn Truck
aYwrrr r..Tr Yi1./ 9 .rl ar.r cost rase the stubborn blaze which ate Gray
r. rr.+ .rw rwrWrr1 + MLF, which would defend
by crow.re.But
;: through the turned
---L- partitions,
Mutual officials are : ; the concrete brick facing white Europe by staffing 25 NATO
known to believe ''I.rrwirM.rrr r. Y.rrr.err vessels with mixed manned
growers aIN FMtur IbsMeulm' Dm SSfSSSST r hot until they exploded and
wfsMrw.er -/ weer r.rwr'car crews and nuclear arm,
"would not object to higher r rose r.r.l rrr" Y"" w'w +.rrq. ,r..r. .r..r..rIr. .r.+rr.a .. r.w r rr .. finally caused virtually total destruction Line Gets
.rr. r..w + .w.rrYr. officials
taxes if they could be shown I .w._r ...rrY ..r. -"rr.-wMtir .rrww. r Yw.rrral to the building when United State had

definite plans for the use of the flfrl-rr.d corr.r4..r., ....rwr. Mwr tires r.W rwr rrfw 1 Y..r..r..Y,9rrrr... ...rw, rrrrrM the weakened roof fell in shortly been pressing Germany to sign
money in channels where pro. before dawn. the MLF treaty soon, but De
--YIM ,
per returns are most probableand M MAr..rlrrtr\rrr Y, ..' ...IZUrrwrr.rn.. s r w?.rwr.rr- .Var wrrw.r.Irr r..rrrr Gaulle has been opposed to the New PermitThe

.that would be in the domes Lr rrr YMr'a'w N.r.r.wrr..r ++ s..Yr".iAwr'--rYr rrrr' Yw rr-rrM_rMerrrrrt The loss was estimated at a force maintaining that It would
tie markets" as one directorhas r.r lr rY IwIw I ( w i r quarter of a million dollars. perpetuate U.S. domination of

told this writer. r.rr.Yl-rrrrr v .. ,.r-r. European defense and divide
Y.ar rwrr w.r.wrrrrw'w nr corset. rr. r f._ +r.y But even as the fire raged, Gray Truck Line Co. of
Carlton took oblique side Yr Y..Ir I I the allies.In .
an r'n. w M..Y wr the stricken newspaper was being European Lake Alfred has been granted
swipe at the Florida Citrus -.r literally beselged with Brussels French Foreign a new state motor carrier certificate
Commission's extensive "re Minister Maurice Couve de to operate within US
offers to .
search" program which has r,,, ,r rr M Murvllle shelved the agricultural miles of Winter Haven with
Burr editor-pub
been parceled out to universities e. eras/ 9ILrr usher of the Winter Haven dispute with Germany, nIne :/. points north of a line formed
and private organizations __ r Herald offered the use of his. that lack of agreement on by SR 40 and US 92 excluded

by saying "It seems that we are ___ equipment and the Sunday issueof farm prices should not Impede according to Edwin L. Mason
now researching the research." the News-Chief consisting of agreement In Brussels. chairman of the Florida Public
had reference to ., Foreign ministers of the six
He obviously iwrww rrr' .r Utilities Commission.
r1'Iwr.Yrrrrr..wr/r ++r. four pages and a full account of
the tact practically every sub the flre- -with pictures- -was Common Market nations are The Gray Line has had state
"research" has meeting there to shape a common .
Ject now prepared and printed at The authority to operate out of the
been fully studied in the put Herald front for negotiations with sugar refinery at Fellamere In

In commenting on the price W. E. Rynerson editor- the United States In the forthcoming Indian River County to point

structure for the current season TWO DAYS LATER Fire destroyed the old New-Chlef I Newt-Chief war out on schedule with its regular Sunday edition publisher of the News-Chief, "Kennedy round" of within 75 miles of Winter Haven
Rutledge laid the total U.S. plant 10 year ago today. Despite the lOll of the printing plant I Nov 14. The above 1* a reprint of the Nov. 14, lDS4 issuerEllisonElected negotiated the purchase of anew tariff talks The new certificate extendsthe

supply of oranges will be up home for the newspaper It! had been feared that area to Include a new refinery -

about 26 Fei' cenUrom last*e.- while the roof of the old was France would tall the Brussels at I Gray, ,near South
1OD..jqMotJI1{ pI1Ulox... ;; # Steel Union talk until West Germany Clewistotw ",l I
falling in. He was standing
-on. !toy,.same level ... In the from New York 'Alvin BroomIs across the street from the fire, brought down its grain price Several opponent of the petition -
1050-81 season. ( Page One) Policy Makers and alongside him was A. E. to the level agreed on by the including Tamlaml

The total available orange tend the boating and other social Bodow who owned three storeson Common Market nation*-about Frelghtways, Inc., and Seaboard

crop In Florida including a activities of the club, Increase Slate Meeting Third St. north of the Newt- f 106 per ton. ACL and Florida East

Dec. 1 carryover of eight or membership and Insure interesting Stock ReportNEW Only 18In Chief. The Issue I I. strongly politicalIn Cot Railways, withdrew when

nine million gallons of concentrates and informative monthly PITTSBURGH (UPI) The Bodow set a figure on the West Germany, which facesan the application was amendedto
will be up some 30 percent program, election this year. reduce the service
top policy makers of the United three places, which housed a area requested -
from last year. The basis of the Boat Club restaurant, a department store (However, In Bonn, Erhard .
YORK (UPI) Mid. Steelworker (VOW) will meet Tuesday'Newt-Chief,Under
As for concentrates, the Mutual organization Is family participation day stock prices with 700 local union leader for the Court of Records, and the Star Press print shop said Germany would not bow
chief operating officer said In its various activities.The and the deal was completed on to the French demands oa
Alabama Gas 37V' two day next week in New marriage announcement listed\ ConcordiansSlate
concentrates sales for the current only requirement for membership American York the the age of the the pot. grain A communique cited a
Can Co. 43% City to lay ground groom Alvin
season must be up at least Is Interest in boat March 19 statement which said
Glenn Broom 73. Philip Berkovttc offered
American Motor 154 work for new wage contract de. u This was Guest
27 per cent over last year in Inc Persons Interested in JoinIng American Sugar U V mands.Telegrams. in error, he' only 1$, space in the old Postal Building, present West German grain

order to leave a safe carryoverof the club should contact C.L. American T ft T 66V Broom and Charlotte Ann McIntosh and the Nlw.-Chl.fofflc.were prices were Justified and Speaker

products U of Dec. 1, IDOlS Ellison CY 3-3048. American Tobacco 35% summoning themto also 18, are both from established on the Ave. D, side rejected the l Idea of lowering Sunday

But he leavened that by adding Anaconda Copper 54% the meeting went out Eagle Lab.Citrus. of the building the next morning them in 1965 or 1966.)
for October of this year consumer Tension MLF Richard Dehoney professor
Wednesday to the local officersal over the dispute
purchases of orange concentrate Mrs. Freeman Atlantic Coast Line 77V plants of the 11 major steel had Increased to the point of Economic at Polk Junior
30 cent Babcock WIlcox 35% College, will be the guest speaker
were up per Baltimore producing companies and to the CanvassingContinued where France was reported
at about two cents per fi-or. Bendlx Ohio 39> 170 members of the USW' CropExpected considering withdrawal of Its at the Concordians1 supper

can (which reconstitutes Into Borden Corp 464 Wage Policy Committee, the ( From Page One) troops and equipment from the meeting Sunday evening at .:IS

24 ounces of Juice with the addition Services SetFuneral Food 78% union's final authority on wage NATO force, though retaining o'clock at the Grace Lutheran
Burlington Inudstrles 54% regents: for 509225, against
of three parts water) less contract matters Church Parish Hall.
than a year agePredicting Chesapeake and Ohio 76''I"t To 374,380. While serving In the Navy

the average retail services for Mrs Chrysler Corp. 58% USW President David J, Me. Three-Extending school bond Special Gill Dehoney and his wife lived In

price for the six-ounce can Margaret T. Freeman of 104 Cocoa-Cola Co. 132V Donald emphasized In the tele program: for 509,200, against Camberly England a small

would figure out, for this season Sixth St., SE, who died Wednesday Colgate-Palmollve Co. 48 gram that the meeting next 172,93. (Continued From Page One) town 32 miles southwest of Lon
at 21.5 cents each, down at her residence after Cone Mills 21>/. Monday and Tuesday will not Be HigherWINTER Four-State school fund: for don. Camberly is not only a
$1,750 Team No.
4.7 cents from last yearbut a short illness will be held at Continental Can 51 V. be for the purpose of letting a 384,382, against 547,13K: ; 3. Sam fort quaint little town, but is uniquein

exactly the seven year averagehe 10(30( tomorrow morning from Curtis Wright 17% wage policy for contract nego. Five Appointive county lock Captain. $350; Team No. that It is the home of "Sand
added consumers are now the Crisp Funeral Home with Douglas Aircraft 29% nation with the 11 companies school superintendent: for 507,. 4, Arnold Silvert Captain, no hurst" the West Point of Eng
spending about $0 million week the Rev. Vance Hurley of St. Dow Chemical 73 expected after Jan. 1. HAVEN (UPI)-Banring 445, against 323,203. report; Team No.5. Owen

tor frozen orange Juice concentrate. Michaels Eastern Orthodox Du Pont 276'4 McDonald said the purpose of further setback from nature < Six Appointive school su. Buiett, Captain $1,000; Team land.Dehoney will relive in the

Church of Tampa officiating Eastern Air Line 39 the meeting I* to get the view this season's U4. citrus 1 I, perlntendent In Taylor County No. 6, Jack McKay. Captain telling some of the experiences
should climb back to the
"Mutual sees an excellent Burial will follow In Lakeside Eastman Kodak 140% of the local leader on wages, crop 1 DIO." production level and I 1 for 494,480 against 303,699. no report; Team No. 7, that have ranked his English
and profitable season ahead Memorial Park. Ford Motor Co. 58 working condition and other Seven Government succes. Jame W. Cry, Jr., Captain, visit among the favorites of his
lower for
mean price con.
but as we approach the second Friend may call atthert'Up General Electric 88 contract matter. stout In time of enemy attack: 12200. various Naval assignment.
Burner and a tough sales Jot 1 I
of the 'big freete' Chapel General Motor 97V for 602,910 against 236,432. On the for the business
anniversary tonight from t to 9 "I am sure that this meeting for the indu.try.Robert agenda
(mid-December), we have been o'clock. General Telephone 38 can be a tremendous help to Eight Duties of ..erlcultllot Tem No. 8, C. W. Smith meeting will be election

talking about the big crops of Georgia Pacific Corp. 5H'4 all of u* prior to the deciding of W. Rutledge cttlm t ral commissioner for 526,079 Captain. $3550.: Team No. 9. of officer and announcement of

the future, but unfortunatelywe Goodrich Rubber 62% an International wage policy" the November U.S. Departmen| against 272,560. Jack Pine. Captain, $2.400, plan for the Christmas party.
haven't been Dance TroupeContinued Goodyear Rubber 45% Nine-Dade County Court of Team AU member and friend of
planning heavily McDonald said In the tele of Agriculture estimate of i No. 10. Carl J. Strain
for the future," Rutledge declared Gulf Oil Corp 62 grams 1964-63 Florida orange crop o I r record: for 527,693 against Captain, $1.500; Team No. 11, the Grace Church are cordially

( From Page On) Illinois Central 37 That policy will be set In a 13.' million boxes, pointed onto [ 253,462. Thomas Costello Captain Invited to attend Sunday'* meet-

The Industry has two alternatives appeared on the national scenein Int.rnationaillarv..t.r 84W meeting of the Wage Policy a citrus field day audience. Ten-Increase Judicial circuit $550.; Team No 12, Joe Brandon Ing. Free sitter are available
Interchemlcal 5tV from 16 to 20for
if it trill to Corp. 497,282 lor those with children.
regain 1963 when he presented "Re. Committee next month. The Wednesday that not only wai Captain, no report
International Nickel 86%
against 303772.
customer which It has lost flection for the CDS-TV Repertoire time and place of the meeting Florida hit by a production, Team No. 13 LeI Hood
International & % Cap
T 60 II
T constitutional revision
since the freeze to synthetics, Workshop have not been set, but McDon. cutting freeze la 1962, but natu, : FLORID STOCKS
either to "Just give our fruit and Walker' first professional John Manville 53% aid said It would take place ral disaster also have iffectec,i for 401,168 against 410580. tain.Warren$1990; Team No. 14 Here are the I p.m. closing

its products away" or to "buy experience was with the May Kennecott Copper 92V about Dec 1. ether citrus date*. 12-Extend gas Us for road Seckel Captain $200: oo Florida stocks a* reportedby :

back the markets we have lost O'Donnell Dance Company, Kroger Co. 34 The Wage Policy Committee bonds: for 260,932 against(44,. Team No IS, Carlton Don- Francis I. duPont and Co
Liggett Myers Tobacco 86 He said California, Arlicni Captain $200 Team
No. 18,
with aggressive and hard-hit where he became the leading Includes the top leadership of Leal. : Air Control 31%
Lockheed Aircraft 36% and Txa have all bee.curt.Ued .1 Clifton .
ting sales and advertising tech the USW. All 33 executive crop 13 Sarasota homestead Howell Captain $1
male dancer. Entering the V. Lorlllard Tobacco 44% by frees In recen 1 Tampa Electric 27v
570 and
for against ; J. W Whitaker
niques. exemption 458,068,
board members and the dlrec.
S. Army he served a* choreographer Florida Telephone 280
Discussing the "researchingthe Middle South Utilities 47V year, and that hurricane damage Chairman $500.
tore of the 41 USW districts in 371,381.
for Seventh Plant Industries 1%
research" statement Army Monsanto Chemical 83% has also held back th
by the United States and Canada
shows In West
Germany, pro- Montgomery Ward 43 Florida
Carlton, Rutledge said ".U our crop.
are member of the committee,
a American -
ducing spectacular on National Gypsum 42Vi
research be
must geared to
song and dance for television Paramount Picture !S3 The New York City meetingNov. This year, Rutledge said, thenation'
bring back to Florida a significant 16.17 will be held at the HAVENDME BAPTIST CHURCH -
there.Upon shouldreattaln
return fur the grower- J. C. Penny 66% citrus production
and Hilton Hot.lI.
and that is Mutual' his discharge, Walter Pennsylvania Railroad 40"P.p.1 the level of 14 y.ar.aco. *
prime concern
." was artist In residence Cola Bottling 58% It I* expected that at It* De. Hsveedoie UvA. A 2eril $f, N.W.

There were favorablecomments and guest instructor at Utah Phillips Petroleum 53 W rember meeting the Wag Poi
the many Slate University where tie Republic Steel 45% Icy Committee will vote to for. If the Agriculture Department
on "Citrus FieldDay"
out-of-town danced the lead role In "Kiss Reynolds Tobacco 41 mally notify the 11 major steel estimate bold good, Rutledg

with stating by It "wa one bankers of thebest M* Kate" and "Paint YourWagon" Seaboard Air Line 52% producer that the USW will said, this means an Increase of SPECIAL REVIVAL MEETINGNOV.

and and choreographed Sear Roebuck 131 seek negotiations for a new la. 30 per cent In Florida production
organized informative
"Brleadoon." "Oklahoma!" Sinclair Refining 57Socony bor contract after Jan. 1. U no this year Including Inventory W
meetings of its kind In the
history and'Finite'* Rainbow" for the Mobil 86'% agreement Is reached by May 1, carryover. He said this, la -

"of Florida banking and cit chool' Summer ".thaL As Southern Company 64% the union would be free to turn, means concentrate sale 12 through 15th x'

rus. an actor, he did Yeat's "Cal Southern Natural Gas 64 strike at that time. will have to rise 27 per cent
One thing was brought out vary" at the Cincinnati Playhouse Southern Railway 60 At the USW convention la. At. over last year and fresh fruit PASTOR CECIL PEACOCK t

1 forcefully* the board yesterdayand of director that of In the Park and "Darkof Sperry Rand 14,% Untie City In September, the sales 41 per cent to more the

the Moon" at the Princeton Standard Oil (N.JJ 89Vi union's top leadership prom. crop and leave a cafe carryover '
many citrus area bank Include NOV. 15 through 22nd
University Theatre Studebaker 7 tied In a report to union mem. of concentrate.Even .
many top-ranking citrus men Mrs that It would d.mand.ub.
Inc. 88
several of whom attended the Texaco
session.In WACKER QUAY England Union Carbide Corp. 124% stantial wage Increase la anew then, the Mutual exect MISSIONARY FREEMAN COODGE ""

commenting on the session (UP1)-Retired Navy man JohnCoodwi U. S, Pipe 20% contract. tive vice president said, container
should! find
The contract development priceof
objected to the plan. U. S. Rubber 61%
which the largest
BelA took place against a back a *tx unce can of concentrate 7:30 P.M. Each Evening
nine officials' order to tear U. S. Steel
attendance in history Griffin
of union feature down to aa otII. IL'
% ground politic average ,
down his riverside weekend r. Warner Bro*. Picturest
"we have a Jute cut out for
said 31% log a conteet for the USW pree.tdency .' cents, a 4.' cent drop.
treat Western Union
us to make the 19CS field day between McDonald and should sell for$3
Fresh orange
He claimed It wasn't a bungamy Westinghouse Air Brake 40% With Vt
"bigger and betterIf s going but a boat which floated Westinghouse Electric 44 the current taW Secretary. a box compared to aa average Worship on SnnJay PASTOK CICB PiACOCXr
to be hard to top today' event
Treasurer U w. Abel. I6J6 last year.
but we will try" twice dolly, at high tide. Woolworth


1 Thursday November 12, 1964 WINTER' HAVEN JAil[ ; 4 Wb-CHIfcF-WINTtR HAVEN, LORIlA Page Nine

Mitchell Is Johnson Hosts


Chairman Of ; k Diaz Ordaz M

Welfare BoardJohn At Barbecue ,1 t 0i

Mitchell was rp. .I" ttl sillY JOHXSON ('ITT, x. (Upf)
ed chairman of the 111111 r.'r I I' i -sldent Johnson hosts a
Haven Welfare al the rrt rulu' I ii i \us welcome today' al the ...
monthly meeting held 11111e I I i I. Ranch for Gustavo I+tar. ,
City Han Tuesday > ,i duo who will be sworn In
next month M president of
Other officer elected to serve I M<''xiru.
one year terms were Mrs. R,
H. Mitchellviechairman, Mrs After the crowded barbecuewell
James Henry, ecreUn and ome, which is getting to bean I
Mrs George L. Burr, treasur. entrenched feature of gov.
er. ernment with the Texas touch,
Johnson and Diaz Ordas

Mn. Margaret Parkman, I f 1 planned Informal talks today
; ,t
social work supervisor of the and Friday on subjects ranging
Department of Public Welfare, ft <>m Cuba and the Inltr.AmerU
was the guest speaker.The can alliance to world develop
meats in general. p '
organization Is seeking GRAND
suitable foster homes of the The President and his wife _., ,
Lads bird planned a red carpet
aged established The to program provide has a super.been his welcome wife for Dias Ordat and IA\\ PRIZE

vlied living arrangement for .
older persons United States and Mexican :
; r '
flags lined the grounds Some .
Mrs Peggy Rogan, executive ISO guests were Invited. "" t !
the :W'
secretary, gave a report on ...
organization activities for Oct. President Johnson planned to '

ober. She reported that 2leases talk official business with Dlas GRAND 'PRIZE WINNER Mrs. Dan Klrkpatrlc, left,of 734 Ave. Q, SE, won:;L. Roy's
were opened; that there were HEART SUNDAY Mayor Hughes Steele signs a proclamation declaring Sunday, Nov IS, Order late this afternoon, prior Appliance Sale and Service grand prlte. She received a Top-Load Washer from Mrs Trudy I
:32 recurrent cases; SO old as Heart Sunday as Mrs. John G. Wood, Winter Haven Fund Drive Chairman watches, Mayor to a small dinner party In the Grit, co-owner of LtRoy's,
eases; and that 17 homes visits Steele called on all citizens to support the local Heart Association's program to control one of ranchhouse.
were made America's most vicious killers. Funds collected during the drive will be used to continue the
organization's research, professional and public education and community programs They also will carry on dls.eusslons Gilmer Named '
Mrs. Rogan asked that all '
Friday morning on 'sr'
organizations giving Thanksglv. IN REVERSE VETERAN TOO Mexico' policy toward Cuba. Chairman For
ing and Christmas baskets clear COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) Juvenile Court LOS ANGELES (UI-Perry) Mexico Is the only Latin AmerU
them through the Winter Haven March Of DimesWilliam
The presiding officer at the Lewis, a newspaper vendor, had can nation which still retains
Welfare office to avoid dupllca Ohio Chamber of Commerce an. to leave his new stand unaU diplomatic relations with Cuba 1
tlon. nual meeting Wednesday apolo. tended briefly on Veteran Day. Gerald Gilmer of
gized to the audience becausethe Report Issued Before leaving the stand, The Mexican leader Is the Panama City has been appointed
Members present were: John people at the head table Lewis posted the following signs first foreign dignitary to visit State Chairman tor the Teen
Mitchell, Mrs George L. Burr were seated in reverse order of "Veteran World War I. 10 Johnson since the No.. 3 elec. ag* Program (TAP) of the 1843
Jr., Rev. J. Mill Campbell, that listed In the program The polk County Juvenile and cent please" lion and the second to get a March of Dimes In Florida,
Mrs L. H. Lewis, Mrs.William "Maybe It was the election," "state barbecue" Ed Foreman State
Domestic Relations Court When he returned, he found reception Florida Director
D. Pitt, Mrs. 0. R. Dunham, he told the businessmen, "but handled a total of 138 delinquency one paper gone and In place ofa Ludwig Frhard of West Gen of the voluntary health
Mayor Hughes Steele, Mrs.IreneHandley the gentleman who led those at and dependency ease dime the following note: many was honored at the ranch group, announced today.
Mrs. L. A.Spoor,Mrs. the head table into the room during the month of October "Veteran too. Thank," last December. Young Gilmer, a sophomoreat
George A. Pedersen, Mrs. turned to his left Instead of go. according to a report by Judge Gulf Coast Junior Collet,
James Henry, and Mrs. J. D. ing to the right as we had C. Bowden Hunt 1* the son of Sgt. and Mr. W.
Cofer. planned." B. Gamer \ I
Nlnty delinquency cases were "The National Foundation
completed during the month,and March of Dime program, now
MORTALSand 48 dependency cases expanded to aid victim*of crippling
birth defects well *
a a
A total of 62 ch'llir.n were
hat attracted vigorous
received In the Juvenile home
during the month, and 27 were group of young volunteer such
IMMORTALSIs left at the end of the month. rr1 t as Gerry," Foreman said.
"Their dedication to the fight ore
There were 164 on probation against health problem which '
the Lesson-Sermon Subject In Size at the end of October, and 68 d afflict so many children and e\
in training schools young adult I* a credit to their o
Christian ScienceCHURCH ag* group and an Inspiration to
court received 121 new adult"
support case during the month TAP group throughout Flo
with payments totaling $33- rids and the nation will help to
First Church of Christ. ScientistAve. G g.86. Total active case now stimulate Interest In careen
L end irk Sr. N.W. number 3,250. In the health professions and to
SUNDAY SERVICE II :00 A.M. There were 75! traffic complaints Inform teen-agr about the
SUNDAY SCHOOL ... NURSERY .II.00 A.M. received during the Health Career Award offered )
WEDNESDAY TESTIMONIAL MEETING I 00 P.M. month, with 18 licenses suspended .. by many Chapter of Th National )
Reading Room Open to the Public and 45 sent to driver's Foundation March of
Co,. Second and Ave B, N.W. assistance school. \. .o't... Dimes They also plan to take
Open 10:00 A.M. '. 4 00 P.M. M.mi.y lkr. Ss'.rd.y .;:'l'ij'. i part In a masslr program of L e'e r+ wrr re .9
"Th Bibl. Speaks to You" : i*z;:;i *,jj: Sundays SHOP LN VUMtR: : T'L;NiOUR .. ; "' 'f public education concerningbirth

defect, TAP member
t wUl alto help adult volunteer'
with preparation for the 1MB

Ho ""' March of Dimes.
LUCITE Among his many honors while
at Day High School In Panama eesl
City, Gerry waspreeidentofte a
QRTHEHOLI WALL PAINT' student body, Exchange Club eve yes
Boy of the Year, Anchor Club
Admiral, varsity lelterm.n, received 0
khA the Klwsnls Club Bchol- *
attic Award for athlete with the

I( M a highest grade averse, and wa*
+ editor of the school: newspaper.
In addlton, he has bad considerable
wAla experience In radio broad
+' casting and a* ports writer(or
PAINT p1VEEKEND ROUGH OOINO' Reno I Monttfo Be": In Jtmifcra; the local newspaper, th*
B.rr Ooldujh' nndi n: :t In r 'ugh DD Half Moon curse Panama City Nwt-Herald.

Liberty Club


r square dance will be held
1 Sunday at I p.m. sponsored by
aUPt LUCITE PAINTSPECIAL rrA.li the Florida Hungarian Liberty

Club in Plant City,
The dine will be held In the
club's social hall located on
Woodrow Wilson Are of U. I,
-- 12 south of the Plant City High
r Sam Prescott of Winter Haven
w will call tilt square dance.
$ There will be refreshments of
A88 $588 freshly prepared Hungarian
doughnut and coffee. Th admission

GAL, r..N BlS price, Including refreshments .
1. is 11 per couple.
: Reg. SMS List Beg. $3.65 List wAKdeAS v

f9Er \ J
Doesn'l Drip, Run or Spittle for Masonry or Wood \\


be In our store Friday and Saturday to help %, CLOUD

with any paint problems you may wish to discuss. AND THAT'S THE


Rye Grass Seed I "
in Pets Pott

0 TOO!! by

77 Como ;tn and register! for Y.lti,W. that'i what more people

Praxes to be given rVfd y end $.'. $1 an saying about Morrison's in Mobile, KAYE GAYLE
Orlando and the other
Chattanooga, -
(Urn* 20 Ik*. >..... IIrd..,. 'H .... important chits I throughout the AT THE PIANO NIGHTLY ....

1k fee 1 u.
Southeast I
s13O t. J2IJ ,
1..4. I ../." CIIRIT5 .uJl f 1.i .
Fall Bedding PLutlse % SJrrIM. ,t.ee. .1 SAT. 7iO.I7,00COCKTAIL
I 1bev. It...s fMch 0 ".. C
..... r-.... Noe = Hs...., ..fi0leev Icio, PI.- ilti

0 ::--69" PM Tay w. HARFCLL'SSOUTHEAST! w. ? /, ,

0tI Give Glue HOUR 5:30 to 6:30 .....
/ I'

Vegetable PlaNs...
reeeesee PI AZA / "
e..rde c Per c->..i c is... .... \ ,

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eqe Ten Tnu ',day November 12 .

Wally Cox


Raw Is VillianIn



Movies ,Z '

mil I i YWOOD (UPI) Wally I utSALE
I ( ox, tp, endearing little mouse
I tll of movies and television, has
turned villain.
The former "Mr. Peepers"
will be seen playing a dl'Ul.ad. I
,flitted ship's doctor In "Mori-
turl" with a German accent so
the 13th ONLY!
thick oldtlmers will think they
are hearing a Weber and Fields

USW LOCKED IN POWER STRUGGLE '" "). f II". t iim,,, ," If"i I,ml, ',n,n th. i .' miumi,> > nom reprise Many movle. pers will fall to ... Early
bu, UniUd Steelvs, rki'iv i I 'n,,,,i, ,, 1 KM"K"t ,in i'I'|''' i' i rtlnpgl' : l Ix1It I '" n IIM" 'I.i,. Id, |,'TH Th. recognize Wally. His hair has for
I open fight for union <"Inl'"I l i uggt"i"l when I W AbI h'ft\ > I' ;w. c' iii' I u i v, been grayed and he's grown a '
treasurer annonnoM hi 'ii'uii' 1 vppnn union. piisiddtl, I II", \I it. I Mr Dona' i tight i, fat luxuriant mustache of which he Z- ..;Doors Will Be Open At 8 AM Sb09getS
Is .
lh(' prerulrty 1 \ in d.l IKIIW 1 nail' h i'hniai \ unseemly proud
I At lunch In the 20th Century.Fox .
in 1962. But there have been se. commissary the diminutive R
Steel Union In lectlve price Increases recent Wally gloated over his first op.
weeks, and steel executives portunity to protray a heavy. SALE GOOD
have talked about the need for "I love this role more than COSTUME THIS SPECIAL
I higher basic steel prices. anything I've ever done," he
The steelworkers did not get said, devouring a New York ONLY BETWEEN THE HOURS
Unique Dilemma an increase In hourly wage steak. "The character is a con.
rates under the current three. stant source of amusement to
year contract. Neither did they me because he's such a grubby SPECIAL 1 OF 8 A.M. to 10 A.M.!!
get one In the previous one. Individual. His hair is always a
PITTSBURGH (UPI-Tht 1.2 post "with McDonald's bless.Ing. year contract mess and his eyes are halt FRIDAY T E 13th lr
mllMorumember United Steel ." Several USW district dlrec. closed most of the time r i
workeri union (USW), third Two weeks ago, when MC. tors have spoken out recentlyon "Uke me, hi'. a shrimp. But tit r
largest In the nation, found It. Donald announced for re.elec. the question of wages, and he doesn't have one redeeming I
.elf Impaled today on the horns tlon, he gave as his slate the have urged that the union seek feature Of course, he has only trot India BangleBRACELETS
of a curious dilemma. current Incumbents Abel for a substantial boost in hourly one vice stealing the ship's r
How can its top leadership secretary-treasurer and Howard pay rates next year. supply of morphine. This habit t '
Issue demands on the steel In. Hague for vice president. Hague -- forces him to operate on one of a a
dustry for negotiating a new still is on his slate.Whltehouse r the crew without any anesthetIc
wage contract when that lead. 59, said he is State t i Bear which Isn't really very rat' t : Beautiful Bangle Bracelets
erhip may not be around after running for office) with MCDon. nice"
I the contract talks start? ald's approval.. district em. For the first time in his career t from India.
That was the burning question braces 19 counties in southern Wally will appear with his
the union' Si-man Inter. and southwestern Ohio and Supply Good boyhood friend and longtime A large assortment to EACH
national executive board eight counties in northern Ken. communion, Marlon Brando. The choose from Vivid colon
wrestled with In daylong....Ion tucky. TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Spe. two have been buddies over the (LIMIT 6))
Tuesday. But they could not At the end of Its daylong clal archery and bear hunts years. He's also working with d EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
find an Immediate answer. meeting Tuesday the Union's around the state were success.ful William Redfleld, another old r
As was expected, when their executive board announced it this year, although the take chum.
meeting was over the executive was taking two steps toward was low in some Instances, "V>Ith so many friends In the I
board members announced they reopening of the contracts in the Game and Fresh Water Fish picture I thought I'd giggle my ; e
would summon the 170.member the basic steel Industry. Commission reported Wednesday way right out of a job," he i v e
Wage Policy Committee to con. It summoned the wage policy grinned. % Lb.CANDY
vene next month to decide for. group to meet next month. The A total of 13 bear were takenIn "When you know people as : .
mally on seeking a new labor time and place will be set later the Apalachlcola and Osceola well as I know them, you guess ii C o
contract In the basic steel In. but the board said it would National Forests, the largest what their reactions are to cer. f c
dustry. The wage policy group be about Dec 1. weighing over 400 pounds. taro situations and Its difficult EARLY+t. BIRD SPECiAU]
has the final say on contract The board also said that Me. Harvest In the Apalachlcola to keep a straight face But I've i 3
I matters. Donald will call a meeting for area In Liberty County was five managed to stay quite sober so (LIMIT iValuei INUI
But the executive board shied sometime next week of the lo with eight bear taken la the far." to S1J1
from any definitive stand on cal union representatives from Baker-Columbla County Osceola Wally had no trouble learninghis DELICIOUS CANDY CORN and
wage contract problems. It also the 11 major basic steel produc.Ing hunt during the 28 special three. German dialect. His French Exciting sccenti for all your coitumeil luscious tenet 'II
leaned over backwards In try. companies to obtain from day hunts. teacher In high school was a Begs
ing to push into the background them their views as to "the The commission said there German who taught him to in ipsrkling pleitic bead neckUcet and matching earrings -

the power struggle under way problems we face and the prl. were plenty of bear available speak French with a German ac large suortment to ehooie from EARLY BIRD SPECIAL ..
ID the union for control of the oritles which the union must but hunters apparently had a cent. He's Just translated the dialect (LIMIT 21
top leadership posts. give to the different needs of shortage of bear dogs and basic over Into English."I .
But the battle lines were our members." Information on the sport. All the can do several German accents
drawn. The chief protagonistsare It Is the custom for the ex. bear taken on the hunts were by ," he said pridefully.Antr j CAMPUS
USW President David J. ecutlve board to make propos. experienced bear hunters I hope this means the end of JUMBO
McDonald, In office for 12 als and recommendations to the "We have bear running out of mouse roles for me."
years, and Secretary.Treasurer Wage Policy Committee, and our ears," said Regional Manager -------- CUTIES
1, W, Abel, who announced last for the latter to Issue formal no. Brantly Coodson of the C
wtek he will appose McDonald tice to the 11 major steel com. Northwest Florida region. EFFICIENCY DISH CLOTH LARGE'ASSORTMENt'OF CAM.
fir the union presidency In panles on contract reopening. Bear hunting resumes Saturday \ BEATRICE, Neb. (UPI) -
elections next February. Under tie current Industry 3 ,.> PUS DOLLS IN VARIOUS OUT.
In the Osceola area with Here's
a on efflclencyi b dish v
Jumbo .b
They sat side by side through union labor contract, the USW opening of the regular shooting A report prepared by the cite or .nT utility I FITS. 5.C
out Tuesday's executive board can reopen the contract Jan. 1 season while bear can be hunted council's property committeesaid cloth. 100'. cotton.
meeting and strike 110 days later on again In the Apalachlcola Forest city park employes cut tire Dreti these doll or paint
Abel, 58, announced his slate May 1 If agreement is not beginning Nov. 21. wood with hand saws because lOe VALUE them for s hobby
when he announced his candl. reached on a new contract. Archers on the Eglln military If they used chain saws "the
dacy. It included Walter J. The union elections take place reservation In Northwest Flor. would get done too fast and EARLY IIRD SPECIAL! EARLY BIRD SPECIALLarge
Burke of Milwaukee, director of Feb. (, thus presenting both un. ida bagged St deer and 30 wild wouldn't have anything left' i'il< (LIMIT 61)
USW District 32, for secretary ion and Industry with a vexing hogs during a 18-day special do the rest of the winter."
treasurer and Joseph P. Molo. problem-what stand to take be. hunt. Only 24 deer were harvested .
ny of Buffalo, director of Dls. tween Jan. 1 and the outcome In last year's special
trict 4, for vice president. of the union elections? season. Bow and arrow huntersIn COLOR PLUS LUSTRE-ClIEAM
McDonald, 62, completed his The Industry also Is beset with the Citrus area have taken
slate Tuesday night, but he did another problem-that of price 13 deer since Oct. 17. The area C
not announce It himself Al relief. There has been no at. will be open weekends for NAIL ENAMEL SPRAY NET
Wliltehouse, for 22 years direct tempt at an Increase In basic archers through Dec. 8 and
tor of USW District 25 at Cln. steel prices since the late Pre. statewide archery hunting will 1 7 53C
clnnatl, announced he would run Ident Kennedy forced the Indus. be allowed with opening of the assortment of new REGULAR IUSTRE-CREAM
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Dr. Hendricks Junior College Elects Five Cheerleaders FOR KIDNEY RELIEF
Dear ----- --- --- -
of the of nates are Buster Bl'OWDoIBar-
Polk Junior College cheerleaders Department Physical .
T.k. BUKITS Uhltl
Something's Somewhere lor. the forthcoming Education aver Stat Brees, Lake tow and Linda Bladrwalder of Drink ,l.nty or water er.se UM c.ffM.
Wrong basketball aaaaon were elected Wale; Trudy Edel, Winter Ha- Haines City. tea sparingly 'lncr.... regularity
Re-elected ByChiropractors Tuesday.The ven; Treela Smith, Lakeland; The election was held In the fUllctioReI sow .c",. 'd".y and palm.._.duo., or to
Van cheerleaders,who will be Celesta BMeMd' Lakeland; Polk Junior College gym and attended rmar Sec hank ot .11. drew 01_.
Abigail Ilurcn sponsored by Mrs. Ruth Wine and Lynn Head, Bartow. Alter- by 900 atodanta. HOW .t ANDlfltON IllUQ Co.

DEAR ABBY: My only brother died in Call- endure should I use to get my children (to refer
fornia a few years ago and was cremated. Whan to my wife in a more respectful manner' '
I COCOA BEACH Dr. J. K. I visited Ms widow this summer, I asked to be haseverything
Hendricks of 1400 Havendale taken to the place where my broth...'. ashes GRANDPA '
were kept. She opened the door of a closet which iRR'\
Blvd., Winter Haven, has been DEAR GRANDPA h
was crowded with Junk, oU luggage and boxes : Why act call your childrea
the ;
re-elected o Florida Chiropractic ; )
together and ask that they refer U your L'LJft
Association's board of Jammed in every which way Finally she un \
wile la
tithed hoe box and said "Here it is," I was a manner more pirating U you? I vote .
directors. for "Grandma" for the children and ire nothing
speechless I didn't even open the box but
Dr. Hendricks also was reappointed wrong with "Mary" the rest of the time. need for
FCA's handed It back to her. I was shocked that my 9UiLDER'S SUPPLY you
as the public
beloved brother's ashes were kept In such a 1 1 e
relations co-chairman at the place I cut my vtolt short, but Its been on my INCORPORATED
statewide organization's Golden mind ever since and I don't know what to do DEAR ABBY: That Tampa funeral director
Anniversary convention Just about It. My sinter-in.law goes to church who said the one who cries the loudest at a
concluded here. regularly and says grace before meals Please funeral It usually the one who did the least for '
Other board members who put my mind at earn with some advice Am I the deceased during his lifetime doesn't know p D
will serve with Dr. Hendricks overly sentimental what hc'i talking about. My husband wan killed
during the coming year are: In an automobile accident In July and I don't
Dr. Joseph R. Lasky, Miami, BEWILDEHED know who cried louder his mother or me, but Our Large Stock Of --
everybody at the funeral will tell It
you was t
president; Dr. Lee E. Arnold, DEAR BEWILDERED I No Apart from your close lie was the pride and joy of his mother' Fall '
St. Petersburg, president sister-In-law's appalling lark of respect for her heart, and there wan nothing in this world I Fix-Up Materials
elect) Dr. Herbert E. Hinton, husband's remains, something else Is rorkerrd wouldn't have done for him I don't remember
Danla, secretary; Dr. William here. Each state has Its own laws governing what I wore to the funeral but my tister-in-law Mean Real ONE STOP Service
C. Llndsey, Jacksonville, cremation and the dlnpmltloa of aiihes. And told me later that I had worn my heavy winter
treasurer; Dr. Richard E. under the California Health and Safety Code, coat (list July)'! And I couldn't tell you who rode SAVE TIME SAVE MONEY SHOP AT BERRY BUILDERS
Guenther, Gainesville, records the ashes are not liven out. They are either where In the funeral 1 procession. All I remember
officer. placed In as urn and kept In a bona fide cemetery seeing was that hearse ahead con me
Dr. R. G. Krlppendorf,Dunedin the, put la a m.u.oleum.lype building or burled Gee that Tampa man's letter burned me up. PAINTS AND ACCESSORIES HAND AND POWER TOOLS
In earth (like a casket) with a marked grove.Ask .
; Dr. Dwight L. Harding, your .sinter-In law bow come your brother's WIDOW FROM NEW MEXICO
Ocala, and Dr. Carl F. Rosse- ashes are Is a shoe box In her closet
land, Jacksonville, FCA Immediate eS"c
who will ""'"
past president
serve In an ex-office capacity. DEAR ABBY: My second wife and I have DALE If yon want your dreams te come true VELVET
been married for IS yean My tint wife died. don'l oversleep VELVET
I had eight children by my first wife find none
Travis Firm by my second When my children Introduce me Jw. :

to any of their friends they say "This is myfather Troubled Write to ABBY Box 69700. Los :
and this Is Mary" Mary has gone Angeles Calif For apersonar{ reply enclose astamped '
all out to be a good mother to my children and self.addressed envelope

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new business for children are married and have children of their For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely WALL PAINT HOUSE PAINT 2.4 amp UL approved 2.0 amp UL approved
Polk County--a firm handling own so they could call us "Grandpa and Grand Wedding" send 50 cents to Abby, Box $9700 motor motor.

lubrication systems utilized In ma," Or they could refer to Mary as their stepmother Los Angeles Califa Dries In minuses No No primer needed on o Complete with three Jaeobi geared chuck,
both business and Industry. or even "Mr., So and So," What pro- paint odor.
McNeuiM lyndlul In 1144
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Hill, representative .
Owner L.H.Travis describes
of Nationwide Insurance In
I the move u"necessary to bring Winter Haven, Is one of 37 t
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scents attending the training :
since sales In this area
program being conducted by his a. Miller's Foils '"
tremendous n -
are on a upswing. Companies at the Plantation Inn,
The company distributes Lin- Raleigh, N. C. No. 1417 ('
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Hill has qualified to attend w
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Thursd November 12, 1964

After Internation WinKelso

Hutchinson Dead Casey One Grab

From Career Mark vk1 wMd :.1! a..... ...rr Rules Turf Kingdom


Of Chest Cancer NOV.Florida's- Charles 10M..Casey. end,

who broke the school's one- For Fifth Straight: Year

year pass receiving record
BRADENTON, "'la. (UPI ) Fred! Hutchinson, last Saturday, will set a :
the 46-year-old former manager of the Cincinnati career mark with his next LAUREL, Md. (UPI-Kel caught up with the l.year-old. the fastest mile and one.half
reception. I 0 ruled the turf today as AmerU In his first seven races he had ever clocked in Am.rtca-2:23:
Red, died early today at Manatee Memorial. capital.( Casey now has 34 catches can champion for the fifth con.serutlve won only two oversight puree. 4.5. The time topped the AmerU
Hospital\ spokesmen said for 4U yal'1lll11l. season year and one of the Then he won the Aqueduct can grass record of 1:14 2.5 set
Hutchinson, who suffered from breaking the Florida great Thoroughbreds of all time Handicap was second by anon by Pardo at Santa Anita on
chest cancer, died at 3:50 a.m., baseball career every player one-season record of 19 set after t his brilliant victory to Gun Bow in the Wood. Feb. 17, 1963 and even was
EST. Hi* wife, two sons and a dreams of. by Broughton Williams in e Wednesday In the $180,000 ward Stakes, and won the Jock. faster than Gallant Man's time
daughter were at his sloe.Hutrhtnson 1949. He is only two yards Washington, D.C., International ey Club Gold Cup for the fifth of 2:26 J-8 in the 1957nBelmont
was put on the He broke Into pro ball at 16 shy of the one-year yardage Year end ballots have not time Stakes.
critical list Wednesday after and promptly became the record of 464 set by been collected and tabulated as Only the International was Kelso paid $4.40, $2.40 and
having what hospital authorities prime target t of every scout in Williams rL v I yet t and Kelso's unprecedented left and Laurel officials mustered $2.40 in winning for the 36th
described as "a bad day" the country by winning 28 Added to this total is his status as "horse of the year" seven other horses from time in 54 rues Gun Bow paid
He was readmitted to the games and losing only seven nine receptions for 130 five times In a row la "unoffl. seven countries, Including Gun $2.(0 and $2.20 while Aniline of
for Seattle of the Pacific Coast .
hospital here Monday for the yards as sophomore, giving clal." Bow, to run against him in the Russia which finished nine
second time in the put two League his first year out. him a career total of 1 1M 1d 1q 1r But so was his victory In the mile and one-half race lengths behind Gun Bow paid

weeks. Hutchinson was released Detroit landed him In 1939 by 43 catches for 612 yards International after he charged Kelso responded by running $3.80.
from the hospital last Saturday turning over 950,000 plus five Career receiving record Is across the finish line four and
after a weelulong stay In which players to the Seattle club 43, set in 193930.31 by the one.hall lengths ahead of arch
lie showed steady improvement.But Ute Fergle Ferguson, rival Gun Bow. Jockey Walter Wittenberg Remains Atop
after a weekend at home, At a pitcher the curly haired whose yardage total of 668 Blum, who rode Gun Bow,
he was hospitalized again Mon. Hutch never rivaled either Bob Is also the standard for a claimed a foul against Kelso I
day In "poor" condition and Feller or teammate Hal career. and for about 10 anxious mln.
took a turn for the worse Newhouser, but he won his ides there was a chance Kelso UPI Small College PollNEW
Wednesday share of the so-cslled big ones might be disqualified
Doctors discovered Hutchln. and wound up with a total of That would have put him sea -
son had chest cancer last De. 95 victories against 71 losses.He Clay Readies ond as he was In 1961, 1862 and YORK (UPI) WIt. Prairie View, unbeaten "nd
amber After priding the Beds 1963. But the stewards declaredthe tenberg, the top small college untied led the second section In
his entire playing football team in the nation will 12th followed in order by
through most of the season, spent 4 race was truly run and Kek place ,
Hutchinson resigned as manag.er career with the Tigers and + so got his justly earned victory.The play a waiting game Saturday State College of Iowa, Arizona

Oct 10Hutchinson, showed such tremendous competitive TacticsBOSTON ____ _._____ ___ H_ enemy forces did not ob. while four title contenders fin State College (Flagstaff) and
had the kind of spirit that no one was Rough ject for Eddie Neloy who tsh their seasonWittenberg Sam Houston State, which puts
really surprised when they JVers MOVE VP A Winter Haven defensive unit many of trains Gun Bow, said, "John was voted the No. its perfect record on the line
named him manager to succeed which are Junior varsity players trying for varsity positions, await Gaines, Harry Alberts (owners) 1 team in the United Press international against slxth-ranked Texas Ail
Red Route on July 5, 1952. (UPI) Unbeaten the next offensive line charge About a score ofJVgrldders and myself saw the movies of ratings for the Saturday.
Downs Starts Casslus Clay is ready to use moved up to t the varsity after posting a 5-1 season record. Some the race and while Kelso did fourth straight week Wednesdayafter Arkansas State, North Dakota
He took over the club in rough tactics for the first time will suit up for tomorrow night's Homecoming tilt with Tampa come over we feel that the finishing its season with a State and North Dakota Unlver.
eighth place and that's where Monday night at Boston Gardenin Jefferson at Memorial Stadium.Gators' stewards were justified In leav. perfect 8.0 record. city, stand 16th, 17th and 18th,
the Tigers finished that year. defense of his world heavyweight Ing the result as It was." The only major position respectively, while Northeast
Hutchinson boosted them two crown. Kelso's race was so brilliant change among the top 10 Missouri State and Llnfleld are
Against Tigers notches to sixth the following teams all of which were
tied for 19th.
that of him
year, then to fifth in 1954.A By his own admission and Illustration Bennett Great thoughts retiring have triumphant last Saturday involved
man of strong convictions, 22-year-old Muhammad immediately probably undefeated Louisiana .1nWittenberg, (U) ((8.0)x277

GAINESVILLE Florida's Hutchinson resigned as Detroit All (Clay) Is ready to changed Owner Mrs Richard C. Du Tech, which jumped from fifth Z, Los Angeles St. (8) (6.0)) 237
Baby Galore wind up their sea manager on Sept. 30, 1954 because grasp shorter Sonny Liston by
third Florida
to 200
place, pushing 3, Louisiana Tech (4) ((8.0))
Pont who set two objectives for
son Saturday afternoon when they club directors rejectedhis the neck and jerk him Into AIM from third to fourth and 4. Florida AUf ((6.0)) 187
Kelso this at the start of
take on the Little Tigers of Au demand for a two-year con. clinches and "lean on the oldman" Defensive Halfback year
As the season, said, "I can't say idle San Diego State from II, San Diego St. (1)) (*.!) 178
burn here at Florida Field tract. to smother Sonny's close
anything definite about whether fourth to fifth.Massachusetts. 6. (tie) Mass (1) (1.1)) 139
Florida's freshmen will be Typically, Hutch had no criticism quarter attack and tire him out. tied for sixth Texas Ail 139
he'll run again I haven't decld. 0-0-1))
shooting for a winning season of the Detroit front office Casslus demonstrated his GAINESVILLE One bright more has found opponents haveno ed, But this will probably be with Texas All. Eighth.ranked 8. E. Carolina (7-1) lit
having already beaten FSU,13-0, at the time. Pressed for the pullln' and lean on' tactics during spot In Florida's upset loss to Inclination to throw deep on his last year of racing. Yes, East Carolina, nlnth.rated Get. 9. Gettysburg (1) ((71)) 79
and Georgia 2220. Their only reason he quit, he merely saldt his latest sparring sessions Georgia last Saturday was the him this time around. Nobody this was the most exciting of tysburg and undefeated Colors 10 (tie) Col. Wsn ((2) (8.0)) 73
loss came at the hands of Miami "It's personal." Wednesday with Cody Jones, a play of safetyman Bruce Ben has tried It yet and twice Bennett Kelso's races You know how do Western deadlocked with x-Concordla ((Minn.)
278. Prodded further, Hutchlns o n burly 215-pounder from Detroit. nett. has covered up for friends much we wanted to win this Concordia (Minn.) for 10th, all (9.0)) IS
Auburn beat the Georgia fresh said he left Detroit because "I And he expected to practice Bennett came up with his seventh in the secondary by making big one" will complete their regular sea. Second 10 12, Prairie View
men 20.0 and Florida freshmen wouldn't compromise my principles. those leaning clinches again attoday' straight out.tandtned.t.n- plays on their men Mrs. DuPont and trainer Carl son schedules Saturday. 37; 13, State College of Iowa
coach Dave Fuller says he expects ." final sparring session In performance, making eight In the Hanford are determined not to However, Wittenberg will 34; Arizona State (Flagstaff)
a tough. game from the He never did during his entire the Boston Arena annex gymnasium tackles according to film count. example,Mississippi an 01. Miss game receivergot for keep Kelso in training too long have to wait out its closest 15, Sam Houston State 27; 16,

Toy Tigers.Florida's offense will be led 26 years baseball. where a turnaway This runs his season total to 28 deep behind the Florida He Is a gelding and thus baa competitor second ranked Arkansas State 23; 1'7. North
Hutchinson had no trouble crowd of 650 watched him tackles and 14 as.l.t.,unusually halfback and was wide no future as a stallion. Los Angeles State for three Dakota State 18; North Dakota
by a trio of backs who have whatsoever gaining another high for a safetyman, open on more weeks and the Dtablos University 12; 19, (tie) North
Wednesday the Gator For a while this year it
.Ixyardline. Ben.
turned in outstanding performances job. Seattle snapped him up asa "This wasn't unusual for have been closing In steadily on east Missouri State and Llnflelde.
this year Wayne Bar- manager In 1955 and he "I'm ready to wrestle or Bruce," said head coach Ray nett came from the middle of looked as though Kelso was the first-place Tigers .
the field and through that age; finally had
field a 190 pound fullback has promptly led the club to a pen. waits with the bum," Clay add. Graves "He plays that way every Intercepted the
been a hard-running performerfor nant. ed. "Yes, he's a bum and If he Saturday and doubt if there
the Gators. Barf lei d In that same game on the
Baby "
beats me I'm a tramp.
Is a safetyman any place In college
scored on nine yard run against Tommy Rawson, a member football who makes more opening kickoff Rebel halfback
Georgia and also booted a 27 Mike Dennis would have gone
Be Belinsky Seeks of the Massachusetts three-man tackles and comes up with more
yard field goal. boxing commission was a wit. big plays than he Jon" the distance If Bennett had not
Bobby Downs and Tommy Suspension Lift escaped a blocker and made the
ness to the champion's smothering Bennett, who Intercepted six
Glenn have also shown signsof stop
maneuvers and he declared passes last year as a sopho-
promise while running from NEW YORK (UPI) Ik I "11. Is a great clutch tackier .
halfback spots for the Little Bellnsky, who seems to spent I "Clay may be risking the loss ," says defensive coach Gene
Gatorii* iff more ort hlajfJtme In troubU, of his title on a disqualification 'Hounds Seek Ellenson. "lie comes up with the r
.XuUeft .,ay. the belt thing than out "-Jtwllio meet wilt L> If he pulls Ltston Into clinches k tackle when there Just Isn't any
about.thl* year's Florida fresh baseball Commissioner Tort rand hangs on and doesn't Winning Season body else to prevent a certain
man team Is their ability to Frlrk today In an attempt t Ic I break for the clinch at the command score,"
hit hard. have his current ..u.pensloIIflt.d I of the referee." AUBURNDALE The Au- Bennett also made the big play
"This is a real scrappingteam and secure bark pay. At Plymouth, Ma..., where burndale Bloodhounds the last against Mississippi state,
that will give you a battle The playboy hurler of the Los I veteran Llston Is training, the team to defeat the Lake Wales blocking the extra point attemptby
," says Fuller Angeles Angels, who was eu.. former champion snorted "Mr. Highlanders: in the regular season Justin Canal. which could
Game time Saturday Is 2:00. pended for the second time In big mouth Is Just puttln on another play will be out for an have put the Maroons ahead,
General admission is $2.00, one his career for hitting a Los act to clam the public. upset tomorrow night when they 1410. This left Florida within
dollar for high school studentsand Angeles sports writer In Washington There's as much chance of that tackle the same foe In the the field gal range at 13-10
University of Florida students D, C., last Aug. 14, caredy cat pulling me Into him Citrus Bowl. and enabled the Gators to go fora iP r
admitted free with student wasn't very optimistic about his as there is of me clinching witha The state's eighth rated Highlanders field goal with two minutes ,, ,
I.D. cards, Chances of succeeding, cannon." have won 19 consecutive left to tie the game.
tilts since the Bloodhounds won Gator secondary coach Billy

handily 14-6,ln962.That game Klnard a former pro defensive Fm. Ma
was also played In the Citrus back and not noted for praising

THIS WEEK'S BEST Bowl. anybody says this of his secondary
Last year the Bloodhounds leader:
travelled to Lake Wales to absorb -
"He's not big but he'll sure
the first loss from the
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GOODYEAR SAFETY CENTERTAKE I can't think of a college
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In last year's thriller, the /
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have never beaten the 'Hounds. world prot..lonallndoordtvtnr .A KISS!
Auburndale Is 34 overall and championship Wednesday In the .
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Notre Dame 7 Point Pick Boston Celtics Alebame! vi. Georoje TechGrcflron

I Claim llih WinBy Rivalry

Over Tough Michiqan State United Press Intel njucnal: !
Within a week the Boston ( .'!1.
tics will know If this ,is Ih. M>ai'

they finally set a I n--it' Ends After 62
NEYORK (UPI) NotreI'ame
sea State, Kansas 9 over Color. for victories at the IteKinnuu': :
with three tames to go ado Indiana 4
over Oregon and of a IIMI<'II,
in complete Its first unbeaten Purdue-Mlimeeota, pick '.m.
college football Mason since South: Florida State 12 over The world champions iluasem \ -;
1949, is a 7.polnt favorite to North Carolina State, Kentucky' to be In "lI.t"UOIrll'1 Years
beat Michigan State Saturday. 2 over Baylor, North Carolina from the opening .bell and. tins Saturday

The top-ranked Irish lost a 11 over Virginia; Mlssicsdfvl 3 year Is no exrepllon. The Celts
12.7 decision to the Spartanslast over Tennessee South Carolina ran their unbeaten streak to 11Wedne.day
year In a dismal !." sea. 2 over Wake Forest, Attorn 3 night with a one A IMAM I I'A I 11(I'I'I i /Onr of the hollrxt malrlei colI. .
son, but now Is 7.0, including a over Georgia and Da ..Navr a sided triumph in San Fran leg 1(,' fimilMll nimrs t lu an end Saturday when unbeaten, 2nd-
17.15 squeaker over Pittsburghlast toss.up. cisco. ranked Alabama and beaten, tlh ranked Georgia Tech
Saturday. Michigan State Southwest: Pew Mat 7 over tangle for the lam time In the foreicesble future
The league record for victor.
has won three In a row and Houston, Texas Tech 12 over Theories which dates bark
14 at the start of a season IsIS 4j a
sports a 4.1 record for the Washington Sate, Rice 7 over 45 game to 1WJ. was terminated -
nationally-televised game Texas A'M, and Oklahoma I Nt by the Washington CapUMs .h> Georgia Tech, effective
In 1848. Boston ran off 14
over Missouri. 1' wS this year, following tom >cart, is a T, rnlnt favorite.There's .
Second-ranked Alabama hav. in 10 later. 9.c
a row years
Far West 8 wsaaeeJ. foot.
: Washington over crone ontrovtruei betweenthe a big
Ing clinched: the Southeastern UCLA.On Wednesday nljht the Celt Irs two trhooli ball scheduled la the OMitkeMt
Conference title Is
a 7-polnt Friday night, Miami of launched a schedule .1 i six and the odds show how close
choice over No. 9 Georgia Tech. t 1 eel Coach
Bobby Dodd In.
Florida Is a 2 point choice over games In eight days. Then r!>th the contests are entitled to be.
The Crimson Tide has won Slots thai the rivalry la eating
Boston College lame conies up next TuesdayIn The Auburn Tigers ((5.3), onlya
won eight straight, uhlle Tech not because o( the controvert
The shell of last
pros on Sunday: NationalLeaeue.CI.veland Baltimore and the possible year's great teambt1c1..e
was hurled from the perfect but because: "Alabama It toof..u
7 over De. record breaker one night later of Injury to J1mmJ'Sidle
ranks by Tennessee, 22.14 last h of a tam lo meet late In
troll Baltimore 13 over hilnne.sofa at home against the Hawks, Is a Xpolnt favorite over
week Pittsburgh lover Wash. A new set of her OP' the ii>son"' and the Yellow Ith ranked Georgia B.2.1));
Arkansas, ranked third and Jaikeis! want lo expend their
Ington Los Angeles 8 over Chi. paved the way for Wednesday Mississippi ((4.3.1)), pre season
still Jubilant over Its early sea. Itderp' lhaNl) schedule forthvir
cage, Dallas 9 over PhiladeL nlftit's bombing or the Warri choirs for top team in the South
son win over 1863 national phla, St. Louis 7 month attained states as an bu. mysteriously bogged
over New ors Larry Siegfried< lea: the down
champion Texas also seeks its tnpnu>nt.
York and Green Bay 13 over Boston scoring with 20 points Is a 3-polnt favorite over 13rd.
ninth straight win and Is fig. San Hut the cvntroverstes can't be ranked Tennessee the
Francisco. and Willie Naulls added< II. ( 1.1)),
ured a 18-polnt choice to do It \rrlooked. Dodd has long beenIrked Mann' 'hat banded Georgia' Tech
against Southern Methodist.The 'SX7lStxx7ULx71xxxxlxtx11x11xxx7LriQr_ : xxlr about Alabama schedulinga Its first luau
only other perfect record I "I'reather" (he week belore-
WH INVITATIONAL Over 70 from six clubr took In the Winter Haven
team in the top 10, fourth. women put Its game with Tech. Alto, IIP
ranked Nebraska (8.0) has been NEWS | Women's Invitation .>oU Tourname .1 held at the local cow .o me I i a:!: "w .W:, a: 3 low net has been scornful of Alabama's i ion1r
made a 15-polnt favorite over MOTORCYCLE winners show a'-ove are front < w ham> left Mrs. R ( Akin, Mi j\Vair man. MI <.1d academic standards.' "
Oklahoma State. Crawford, Mrs. FISher nuls, Mi1.1. L. Craig: : and Mr1 i.ldndto i roman, back row, Mrs. The clincher apparently ramr
By Joe Atchison $ Walter McCarth, Mrs. F.C, Ituchaoan Mn.PaUat arum, Miv. Alton .lackson, Mi s. Lea Dunson, three before,
Among the other teams In yean ago, shortly
the elite, fifth-ranked Texas ((7. a Mrs Frank Pride and Mrs. t.:: M. 01 adley. Tech announced t It was dropping\

1)) Is an 8 point choice over Alabama from III schedule,
Texas Christian; Michigan Is New BusinessA when! 'Dama linebacker broke
rated 7 over Iowa; Ohio State 75 Play In WH Golf Invitational the jaw of a Tech halfback
by 17 over Northwestern; Ore. new motorcycle xh op has opened up here in The end of the series is the

Ion State by 3 over Stanfordand Winter Haven mvntly.: ItC'cle is a branch of the Lakelandha fan' loss The two perennial
Louisiana State 11 over Co. Mrs Alton Jackson, Cleveland R. C. Akin, Sebrlng 7 dealing in Yarn and machines,
Mississippi State. Triumph Heights, carded an 81 to win Niels Bach, Winter Haven, 78 Carolyn D'Allesandro. Barlow, Staged one of the top 1.1......
Around the country: Being a motorcycle Lujr, na turally I had to immtiirate. overall gross honors in the Win (tie). 7
East: Princeton 5 over Yale,' The first thing that canted it my eye as I entered this ter Haven Women's Golf Invitations First Flight: 1st low gross, Gardner, Lake Region 77 and Scouts from moat of the major 1 LN.'Naae: AleNlalae Plaoat Iaae IWN:
Pittsburgh 2 over Army, Syra.cuss \ held Tuesday at the local Mrs. E. M. Bradley Cleveland Mrs. R. L.: Botk Winter Haven bowls and I sellout crowd of Pets I&M 0.... I'....'.
new establishment war.: thIt's e new Y A-G 125cc Yamaha. 77 tie more than M.OOO will be on .".. Ne p
Mrs L. W. ( )
15 over Virginia Tech, course. 1I'lailt., 1101 ..... a/ewelat.I., ere/ne aewYnlii
Dartmouth 2 over Cornell and a very husky looking machine that l boasts up to Duncan, Lake Region, \\10) (Its), Fourth Flight: 1st low gross, hand for Saturdays fame In Nt If mare.nlDet .
Harvard 4 over Brown. 80 MPII. I wall also i ir nprwKed by the new "Aut: A three way tie with net 72 Is) now net, Mrs. Walter Mc- Mrs F. C. Buchanan Lake which Alabama, gunning for Haae IIOINAL. to as
Midwest: Illinois 13 over Wls.consln wry by Mrs Pallas Cum,Lake Wales Grath, Selling, 77; 2nd low net, Wales, loa and Mrs Bob Paul, <'.)nll perfect season and national 11. I.W.. WUler H.....
Iowa State 2 over Kan. lube" system on this mach ine. With this new developigme \ Mrs. SI Waugaman Sebrlng Mrs. Joe Torres, Dartow 7*. Like Region, 103 (tie)); <-hamponahlp! In four

ment for the two- troke en there ia no more wor- and Mrs Lea Dunson Lake Second Fll titi let low gross lit low n.t. Mrs. Ed Crawford, .
Region topped the field of 78dlstaffers Mrs. Frank Pride, Winter Haven Lake Region, 77; Mrs. Charles
with and oil. Thin For RIALS C.IICY 3-3139
tying premixing ga!9 system has BUILDING MATE
for handicap honors.
Daniels Mercer 95; Mrs. James Golf, Lake Tullon, Cleveland Heights, 71.
a separate tank for oil and a pump which automaticalte Region, '8; 1st low net, Mrs. Fifth Flight; 1st low gross

Post Victory ly feeds oil into the in the exact amount acv annual Other tournament vlnners In the IS hole Fisher Sauls Sebrlng 77; 2nd Mrs Elclrldue: Truman Like :!IV]
: low net, Mrs Norman Judd, Region, 108|ltd low gross, Mrs (! r
cording to IIlocl. This wril Ler undtTstnixU thoroutfhlyem. Championship Flight lit low
Dexter Daniels Sr. of Winter Like Union, 78. Run Kadow, Winter\ Haven U2, ;
Haven and Dr. John Mercer of the value of this new )'* I own a 1961 Yamaha. gross, Mrs. Jackson; 2nd low Third KIlRht! tat low gross, 1st low net, Mrs. T. L. Craig, Al
to gross, hire Victor J.cot..en.S.brlne Mi \ Wjucaman :sebrlnc, >G, Winter Haven 79 Mr*. Omer Bagwell BuUdinc Supply R
Mass. (
Fitchburg, swept a To combat this premixinown \\g )problem I invented 1 my 81; 1st low net, Mrs. 2nij low I e
2 up opening round victory In i ross Mrs Gum, Lake McDuff Winter Haven, 12.
the World Seniors Four-Ball uutolube by buying g"a* in a five-tfftllon can and -

Amateur Coif Tournament at mixing it to the exact six| ifixation: and kwping it at 1

Plnehurst Country Club in North my home. Before this br ainntorm I wan like most BilliardsRACK

Carolina Daniels yesterday and Mercer, defend. two-stroke owner. When 1 bought gas it was ver>'

Ing champs In the doubles event seldom it came out at an even gallon mark MU a wild
defeated Ray North of Pine guess at the amount of oil I needed 1 was close enough I.RAGt'Rw I. STRIKE STRIKETHOMASWATERS
hurst and H. E. Hussey of Durham -
ROM AmHrrt-A C Kind nr S
And an most two-xtrokv owners my ma hiiw was ,
N. C. Thsee.Ww. rni ijH
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thukfd up too math: or running: aliabt'J' V HmtarMluMi H""1...- ID a
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MEW IDEAS ro* A new tit A H Nana-.l.ml 1. ,''''''_ STHIKftlM 12IOU'Ii 1
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( I) Announcements 1 ((2)) Help Wanted I (S-A) Moving & Storage ((10)) Articles For Sale (I II-A I ) For Rent, Unf.3BEDROOM ((12)) For Rent Furn.

Prompt aid efficient service, for
all your moving need Call 1 1I
byBeauty line of gifts and toiletries I I CY S-41M for tree enllmate PRICE FORDS TRIM SHOP H HWY. 17 North'
Agent for Allan Van I tin. Inc To Good
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can give you an unusual eira l serving all SO .."t... 14-TF Av.. B NW CY 3-a/ll JO-Tl FOR Newly, RENT decormtad Two bedroom and haw dean

Milt ing opportunity during the AWE cotfni tT BI.I711.: ; .- earn r = (e aeonaale BEDROOM furnlabad apartmanUHI

coming Holiday Season bookcaa 1 ilncle and, nit lab -.m::: at lilt Sod St SB. month ATHBRTOIf RJALTYMS
I ((6)) Special Services and dmaer phon* 31111.1 7 .... W Central Av*. 3B4-SN4 I.TF

short .. medium Write PO. Box 13U USED: Mt a;; world Boob In too

or tall U2-4137 Lakeland CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND i condition ('all|| JWMM1 attar 5'0 ((12)) For Rent, Purn. NICE. ROOM entrance 17 n per CY .1111......k.QuI.I. .

long lengtbif 11.13 I ALTERATIONS Blind atlU-ned. FOR WISE SHOPPERS! !!_m_-_ IT) Private .12.,

-- modern equipment!. KILO. Hickory -- --- -- .
NW. CY I-7444 Mr. Edna SchnaaeraDec WESTINGHOUSE: waahar dryai la'j :BEDROOM turnUhed' apartment FURNISHED: APARTMENTS .
WOOL or SILK prcuer, Apply In I refrigerator with fraeaar Ground floor. 80S Av. 1 NEtTF, 1 It t bedrooms |M to ITS ftup
Cl.. SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME reaannank offnr rafuand 21"831. *
person. Wright Havendal Boa.ley Realty Co 134 llh 81NV .,
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1.00 Pair ..., 1400 Havendal Blvd 2M304IEXPERIENCED ( I Winter Haven Drafting; Co. -- .-- 13-1 CY M787, W.TF

all All .... Oommerclal 1 ROOM nloaly furnlehtd apartment .
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[JldeltQhlLQCOTTAGE build up roofer Sall.'actlon guarant.*d oad Robart 1 Iniched.. CY 3-* M. 10-13 AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE .
; 7 with relerenc. Phone CY I.9402. Drawn Blilr CY 4-142JI .. Blackwaldar. 13-T1 Adult only No pU plea**.
10-13 ITF lit HOOT apartment Walking. dlUna *- I1IH Ave A. SE:. CY .117.. IHI
I ---. IVORY BROTHERS nNE UPHOIJITERYEXPkJtT 5'050 BALE Good urd FrigIdolN to town and 1.1e.. Quiet. -- --
MOVINO COMPANY REF1N1SH1NOCOMPI refrigerator, $1050. Call 7011 and .clean Adult pica**. HI.... ROOM furnlnhed apartment with
Winter Haven Floor Co
SHOP 8AIC8LADY: experienced In **llIng Satisfaction Ouarantead Surfacing Agent ALLIED VAN LINES .B.TL FABRIC: IELECT10WOLFK'e ] 5- B NW' ii.TF scanned porch Desirable cloaela -
'Women Ready To Wear The UPHOLSTERY SHOP .location for tourlti 131 E Central .
I .L. A. MOUTZ Loral Lone DUtanca 214 Ave A SE CY 1271 0 DOX SPRINGS Mattraa Rrfrli
MO Cyprus Gardens Road raihlon, III W Central Ay*. 1113 III S. Pint 81 Phone ey 4-3M1 Moving k StorageCoil Day orator.. Qa or Mtaatrto RaninnTV ON CHAIN OF LAKES I J Av*. 1117IBEDRooM

12-19 Cullwt IJ3-7I4S. NightaNoy. lI *'. Din"' .... 80'... Chair. Ti' Brdroom houwkeeplng eottag**.
Open I AH til T PM YOUNG MAN'" UttPrmamnl Warehouse Oft Bartow Air Baa .. bins and Lamp! New' rebull t AIM room. Monthly weekly rale. furnlehed apartmenton
lob with Urge South- floor ..mpl.... 11151 up Beach Aching. SIERRA Lake Sliver Drive. Silver Creit
.rn Company Alt one on peclal ((6-A) Animals & Supplies >>-No.. :21 TELEVISION REPAIRCALL WAREHOUSE. rUAN1TURE. U'UFt. I COtMT MOTEL, Hwy 17 North ADartment Call CY 1-1770 or
circulation campaign Muit too ..InI NW."I 37 TF ttt-ltoO: 1.T.
Your Choice II I*. tier to travel No' e.perl.nc" I
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needed W* train you Tramporatlon ALUMINUM MONTHLY water and electric:
MALE!: BOXER -- Stud Scrvlc 180
traal let" furnUhed. Higwally wrong RoKlatared .- fawn and whit NICELY furnlahad apartment, Located Sly auonlled. Clean trailer Suit
with 1900 monthly drew to 293-8S01 SEWING MACHINE near bualnea area Can berented NW. 4-TF
CY 1-3961 3 -TF couple 194 40th St.
For TV TranslatorCar .
tart S>* Mr. Or>.ll. Orange AcneMotel I Rapair by month moon. or on ----- --
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r.I p.m. only No phone Screen. Enclomir Carport Radio HIFIGuaranteed yearly 1 bail at reanonabl rata BEDROOM cottage ISO 00 0
$895 call. 10-13 MIMI8 PINK POODLE SALON Awning ,Window Screens Lag 2K Modul In cabinet, make n Phon. CY H231 or CY 4-3341. month Water furnUhed Call FR
S A H .KtKN: STAMPS builonttnlua momwram many dl 11.TF
Oomilete prnfunlonal grooming
ARC Toy' puiple available Phone e Building ALUMINUM 8|>fcl lltl'"* 1T1, forest d..iinii. all without attaclmvnta. h -- 3-18K9 13-19

ALICIA wets Production; LaborersLocal I 393-I7M for oplolntmenl'15TVHUNTIN(1 I DISCOUNT' SALES CO INC. ----- Aiium I payment* of 17 d
-- CENTRAL: HXIRIDArLMTKONILM or |40 00 ca>h No credit
"Let George Do It"An u/Ho. "-0 A.M"* Ww.Chbn r EFFICIENCIES and IVi BEDROOMS ((12-A) For Sale or Rent
HOUND dare for aaleCY A. A tth 8t. SW 3t3-t3 .
213-1417 call Alia. Sowing renter. 1210 f: Nice large airy room -
nrar GII .f "", ...... Girl Phosphate operation U 3-9343 after t p.m. U II 27 Dae 27 Profnulonal Service Cudmmi" Orlando. .'l*. uA t361rollwt 7 Conveniently located In Old Poatal

Cold Wow Cold. Ways accepting applications from at Klerate expenMeUADKI Building I Call CY W86 or CY 5-BEDROOM. Ina.. room. atovo re-

High School graduates to bei ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE IMHfATtHKUUJO : 13-1 b 3-4117- --- --t-TT frigoraor. drape Loa Newly dee-
considered for employment ai I| TREE SERVICE : Havndl NOW AVAILABLE AT GARDEN orated Inild* and out: Clean Bill-
CAnTON SOUTHEAST HOOFING Tin: Ihlrk stole. 4fluomcent COURT APTS., 117 Ave B. NW. mora Shore. Call CY MW3: afterI
BEAUTY IiALONaOUTMiAaT production laboreri Applicants i flxturra WOO. door On. furnlahod apartn ." with one I p.m. 11.13
mint be in good health, between BUY used aipllanc' and fur TRIMMING/ CAVITY DEMOBSINU all morn. broken. antique. brick :34 oumplotety furnshed apt.includ./ ..
PLAZA I noun an-1 w* oil uird appliances CABLING RE SETTING WHEEL CHAIRS plenty of 2 a 4 .. I .. I'*. 10'.. set I hounehold '. Iln.na. TVI.
CV I-1WI On Every tvnln ages 20 35, and be willing and furniture BROOKS APPLI. Complete Frea luitlmate tlHall| *!**. Mi prlc, ROSA For adult only Within I block of I ((13)I ) Real Estate For Sale
to work on rotating shift aailgnmenti ANCF8 A FURNITURE. !: 2191 Hvrndal Call 7s""tR SERVICE: WRECKING! CY 1-41410. 11 2 I (iroory chain itor. downtown
I Bird I-TF IY 3I3.M: 15-Nov 11 WHEEL CIIAIRS for rent Aim Whopping area Unfurnfnhed $M
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-- DINETTE, art 110 coffee table 0 month' furnished Sill month
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DANCE TO THE MUSIC OPAl I WANTED TO BUY C; mm id".. Godfrey i RentaU. Cl 12 M each Trailer.. table U. Ja I IC.n .b.. Men. Call Southern Development "BRIERWOOD"FEATURING
Wrecked and Junk oulamableaCHAINEY'S /
APPLY IN PERSON wlnd. tool. a red .
BCRVICFRifle FIRE EXTINGUISHER 12411 174 Ave A. NW laT ounce >wa gun CY 3-03UO 13-1S
IHrt. Cay Umbardo, Tony BETWEEN 1:30: A.M. A 11:30A : WRECKER Range Road .. ant, I Swap Shop, Hwy 83
Bennett (By Juke Box Request) .M. at Employment Office CY 14341lDer: 3-1437 Woody U-l S LIKE SOMETHING NICE*
'We Slug the Juke Boi"LAMOND'S ( -- --- ------ APARTMENTS
SERVICE; (XIJ Rwharglng 107Hth STRAWBERRY 1.I.nl.o" Thornhl Tab Bath
Ton II..rll": guitar .
WANTED True Fla mil. South of Old Wlntrr
: SI NW Winter Haven Road ,
Modern bedroom furnUhed apartment
STEAK HOUSE CHEMICALS CORP. I caw. CY 1-1707. 13-U :1911317 34 Hr SVrvlct2TF A SERVICE for Kirby llavrn Uknland Road-:3HI I37< Air conditioned Excellent location 1Garaieo

& LOUNGE South Floral Ave, Bartow, Hi.. Hoover. Eluctro: and all other 13-T (.TF ./ TerraiM Floor
Cypress Gardens Rd. CV I MM Automotive Frro plckiii 1 | d.'livery ''Vncu'atmate --- 1_ Thrifty Oil Heat
12-13 AN EQUALOPPORTUNITY OPEN HOUSE at 426 E. Pomfl o SMALL HOUSES Also anull I/ Furred PI jter.dX
CLEANER: Bfc.ItVK.li.: PhonTV '
81. Lake" Alfred Handmade quill. hou. trailer 13th St Rlfl Rani
1-j3lia IPc. I I I .. ruK.. etc From 1 to I p.m. Rd. 113 a week. Phone CY 1-3617 1100 DownX

HELEN FEKBY Burn Moth Hole Tear.huprrty 373-1333. sal( S W-U 161M Month
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formally ol Ilea Powder Puff hu R..Wov..IIIMARTT'I
2I3-3IM. .-.1.Brfnlt' SERVICE Fn>.h frultii and vrirrtablea. poll' RENT Reaaonabl CY 3-3H43 St.
WANTED: Part.lime waltrau, San 133 POPE A V t. CY t3731E ,lor chl|.. ivanul candy clgai r- 11.TF
Marco Rtauranl Apply In l.WUh.-d 1M9 rim and cold drink. 301 Snivel 1 y
"i"T'r Builders
Slleeg Ave blolM 13-1 FURNISHED Bedroom print.bah B&W
31.Nov 23 Service Oil -- .' -- and outld entrance. 11060
Jewelry weekly 703 7th 8t. NW CY I.483011TF Days CT 5.7117Nttes
$ HOUSEKEEPER. White to llv* Inand eCh".i..r Plymuuth Lancer RLB1FR STAMPS For chocindorwmrnt 1& CY 2871.. CYo4ti U
car for children fund home. .Valiant .r litnatur* mhopurlwwen r
132 Third ltrt. IW working condition and pay for BUILDING REPAIRS FLOYD RoBHrrS MOTORS I aim :dating o-TF
H Block South of TOM Olla right p.reon Will consider retired I3l8l..h8t.. SW M410 I: seas-: pocket lamp: .am&T.i HOUSES A APARTMENTS
On-ilHr Watch sad couple. call 33-0011 or 311-4713. for 1963 DODGE DART Sla. Wagon 11.Nov. 11 I'HI-JW: Phone CV -JI2I.; 111 Ave FURNISHED UNFURNISHED FOR SALE!:
1013ravuera ; MO 00 t Up I room. aluminum sidln 14 I
RAil Air Condo A. NW. -TI :
Jewelry Xcyilr For mall repair job rail ri. -- .._- --- -- I Lilting* Wanted 136 lot Lot of bearing fruit tree
tired builder ATKINS REAL ESTATE 373-1331.: : 431 K Pomelo St 10-11(
CAMPING TRAILERSAMPER 311 FIELD. boxri Three 32 and "nIH .
for door to door. check 1962 CORVAIR MONZA CPE CY 1.2470 CY 4-1111 -
I.dol..ro 190/00 hone 28 11 190 I
1S.Nor. It lug name for new City Directory Auto. Tram? RAH, 13 I I __ __39-Nov___21 NEW STATELY OAKS FHA Horn
I hunt b* good spoiler, have plain ::1I.T' 1450 Down. For InipwtlonCall -
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handwriting MM to Tucker Builder CY 18497. 115kitchen
Nice. .
clean apartment. 11 floor
Wanted leleiih' in*In own"".h.nd.rlllnl.IVln. DODGE GT HARDTOPAir .. I 'a 0 :Z: y FREE: CHRISTMAS CATALOG Tllr/ ball and ihower Off the diet NEW FLORIDA ITYt.I: HOME -
(2)) Help NrwM.hl.-t 'Inll'I7! 1962 Pointing 'Papering : :: ( "mr In and l rk II1V'Clt your Cop lIArIn. Adulta only Call alter Choice' 8ouhoaot 1 Ivcallon. .bed-
Condo Rill. FtllX LINE OF.TOVJ >I UO m CY 3-07M. 1J-W .
Repairing i-- r8 ITEMS IS Con p room. I bath livlnr .....m. wan to
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BE I lewelry faihkin how hoaleM WAGON iI' : \','nlrnt l.ayawav PlanWESTERN NICK lakevlew eaonal 4 room wait carpal Florida loom dining
SALESTRAINEEORKIN 1963 FALCON STA. AUTO 1 car garage, air condotloned
Earn free gin for Chrlatmai Cal 1 fumbled ..rtm nl. 1UI Ave
313.3734. I-TF RtH, Air Condo I.. J MrCOY Quality wi rkmunnhlp I' GET HIE DEBT ASSOCIATE STORE!: II. NW and Lake Howard Dr 10-11 BUILDERS flood CY financing 98193 TUCKER alb
EXTERMINATING CU. fool. clean. and manor Salon Sinlcn' ItenlalaFLORDA I M 3rd St. NW
MEN for general agricultural work lie 4lhUltvel WHOLESALE: DIRT Inc sal( 0 RENTALS
Phon CY t-lfilo I ID 1I1t-
b.. Immediate opening for out (Irrigating. tractor driver. open Floyd Roberts Jan-1'hyl VIII..,.. 17.TF ,, llavrndal illvd 3U3-'IJI: Furalnhvd Unluml..... NEWLY C.B. home PAINTED, Double 3 3 bath rch,
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alt combine and grove work. Apply HOI YWOOD F HUTCUFFE. REALTOR :r'l';
tide .. umaa. No experience .. ... 1--- -- bo ., Inner.i rlnxi, I Vacuum stem, ( De-
In pel-eon. .lIun.CUI. Seed l. 11 with 'rln. CY 4.4131 Eve CY t-7311 si.akIn S E r.. location near new hop>
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necessary we train BENE in Altura between 1.W m A MotorsYour PAINTING motto a*. headboard. and fromQuick TTir Ing center, walking dietanc ALL

FITS INCLUDE: ((1)) Outran I-,:W- p m --10-11 JOHNSON Slei'pa I Close-out CAMP TRAILERS prwn |4Ut upBank -aale-. 5115. CY- -.3-37W----12-1 1. 3 ROO rotlagr furnlnhed- -- Coin"I ;;;: I School Iowa Payment. Owner traneferred A.uma, Mortaga Low.

teed Salary plus commission FOUNTAIN CURL Apply( In PenIA "Dodge" Dealer : Rata financing a* 'low a* 111 BOY' 21" Silo. 113 00 Boy'. fiber 0 Nttr bath CY 3-4MJ' 717 Carroll < 1310 Seventh. 8t. SE. 3111011.51TI.
Tail* Press U4 Av." C 221 Mb SI, SW CV 14101 IIARI.bS IVtRSON: I month Kinaln your payment b y boat, Ave? SW 13.III I
plus car allowance; (2)) 1-13 Phone tY 3-MlII rrntltur to your frl>nd.JOHNHON glan 10 Compact runabout v ---- -- -- --
year-round employment; -_ .'....Iul Work by Hour ur Intimate .PI'I.IANt'B Hwy, 17100 331 4th 81.. NE' !10-TI: Cl r r -
WANTED AT ONCK RiwlvluhDraler 1215IBtiH 1713 Lake Alfred 373-111: 1-3000 .... '" cI-: =- ::or"J::: ..:::::z_
(3)) HoipltaUiatlon and Poniloo In NE: Polk County or Auburndale 1-D.c. S 1 .1'10. 21 Con..l. TV. Cot
Program Apply at SflO tth St., Write Rawl.,lnh. D<.|.t. IE1lJOMETIR: !: Tncbm.terl'emIdel. 21" PHIU"O 1J.11
SW Winter Haven or call CY FA J 472 I Mmphl Tear, 13-: serrku' and new rabiee I 7534701 SEE THE ALL NEW
43201 for Interview 4-415. 1-TV FOR SARAH COVENTRY

((2-B) Loam Up To $bOO hel I.Air l'h"1 I .4:., .keen JEWELRY Contact

101C ,>< I .... ..jm>.uiij I Quick ervlre on tinnier. team TRIUMPH CYCIE8Srll Gwenn Tourhton
uj jyj-4760 13-19 irons. prreuUtor electric blanket. tailing and allots model after 4 30 at 313OSUt8

INSULATOR Applicator* If note DOMESTIC I. Ih. company to barrow -.lork.acuuni cleaner. Phillip'e 4o Man> Down 11.1:
i> rtenced, will. maul 'Call CY learnt WHY FOR SALE 11M Chryiler very Ft*.It 8h p Corner 34lh and U, NW M p m Dally All Day 6uludaLAKELAND ) -- -- JeeRUNIVERSALS
100u pod condition and clean For dv Into.) back of Kuy-Korner :D HOTPOINT refrigerator
38625 1. Friendly mrvles tall call CY 3HI047 .TFIF Phone i>\.3133. U-Nv. :33WEATHER'S Ell 3rd tli. SW CY. 43333I r'll.nl cnndllkn. ISO 00 Cu.ton
No*. I I 0 I made Bahama bed 17100 FtwinTV '
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SECRETARY Rw.pllonlit de.lrad 1: Own Saturday until: 1 p.m. YOU NtlDn 4-371 I after I 00 p.m 13.1,!
for ntablUhed local firm. Ability Job Ulan Inntallid. Dintutralghtened
I Open evening by opp'unimast, COOLING
to do alatlallcal/ typing and book
ktoplni would be helpful A.plr.IO I. Home owned and operated. out or a maps wreckrewind I I SAW SHARPENING YYa d i l//r 9 F d V/rh.
let body
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PO. llol 1446 Wlnt.t Havn. FloWANTKD hop serve you All work In.,>fOci.
.SdL "U Come I. o. call your Irl..n' O.orfe ed and guarantied t>)' Waller 1 DOWN A BIT BUT .he".nlMl11m. ; PRINTERS |Ito
lows. Shear Tool. *
Outline .t: Johnson with 49 eara eKprrlrnce
: Eapanenced .help 'In MODERN ENDER I day brought In W* fix cluck.electric ..

shipping department Contact Mr. LOAN CO. A BODY WORKS WANT AD RESULTS ARE : blanket. ale PHILLIP t | I
Brock Wavarly Urowtr L i 143 Are D. 8W CY 1473 I SAW A MX IT SHOP BackK.
au 3rd St & Ave A, NW CVH218 10131M4 \ ..*, Ki.rner corner Avenue U A
... STILL "RED HOT"I Mtnlnwood. Pho. ... 294-JI33. I COMMEICIINDUSTRY 1
I 1.1'10.' II I I

To Learn roRV Alit M" na. 4-pred. 110. fc
Opportunity HP Solid. red Will lak U or M3doof I

While Working ((2-C) Collection AgincyDelinquent diikn. fur HT equity Cherol.If Inttrtited In I nod cnn call i GOVERNMENT k(10A k I

) Winter Haven largest banking account dont pre paid 433-W41 after I 00 p.m. 12-11 ((9)) Business Opportunities ((10)) Articles For Sale I .1 I

unarm proper follow-up I b taken on CADILLAC 1100 for aale. good t ,
Institution hat in Immediate them: We invite all profeuktna tlrei run good M.k offer fill .... lit' >J

opening for I young man age and bu.lneM account Beat false CY UtTi. arc WILL FAIE kllcken. 11 ............ SPECIAL .. .11. JjDh'
"" town I bl* penua Duke Bar.B-Qur Phoni .
1830 and Ugh school graduate RiH.
a 1191 CADILLAC Sedan 1171 i
33-1493. 80-12 :
If you are Interested in BUREAU PS new battery Equipped, for 1 __.__._ ______ __ THIS WEEK ONLY IJI :
of Winter Home Inc air conditioning CY 3-M44. 10-11
eeeklng a career, then this U CY 4-3311 ::
FOR SALE Retail Muilneu tailCY
your opportunity to learn while Located In Domeatw Loan Bids FOR BALE M Buick Full pow.tand 4-1M3 Sunday or evening. HJ 11(1000 nil regular p,.... Brand /- \ U CJ" l
air Very clean Mod be sera new fully automatic ilg ag *ewIng -
you work with chance for advancement II- to b* "pNeIlI.d. CY 4-M3K: 4111MO machine, Make buttonhole" I Ill A.... A. NW n4ln'JoG4 f lf
buai -- -- -- monogram. blind hem*. darn and
In the banking OLD8MOR1LE -Super' M I (9(| -A) Furniture hundred of decorated elttchea. All ........rroooeyoe..e.4t 51
ness There are oleo many ((3)) Situation Wanted pawenger Matlun colon. Full without attachment Firm I call

company benefit such ai paid ., and factory air Hood rnndl receive free coraol with order l
vacationi boipltaUxation and 11300 3-MI 10-13 I ROOMS ut fine furniture "J"p" vthicUt art known throughout the
DISABLED Veteran aeaka offlc Ini range irfrla-rrator. IItCN"1 FOR FREE r
pension plan Apply in person work full or part limo, :....,. Good condition moof Newly icooter ) .lamp,. t.tl 1.*. rtc Pa>' ( ) Boats & Motors world for ruggedness, vcrtatility, economy

1:00: a m. 1:00: p.m. Monday need level. Call kJt..T.k" on n ground 10-13 repaired 1131. Call _CY 3-l4 a _11.141 I WARLHOISR l low a* 14' U per rtRNITtRE week : CO.. HOME TRIAL end BUILT-IN quality [just at the KAISER

thru Friday to Charlie K 13 OIl St NW SUP FOR RENT
REDUCED U/II/ Ford Falrlan H' BEACH MARINA Jeep Corp la rceegnittd II the world'r
Vice President Cain BANYAN
it. ., ((5)) House Trailers 1)0 IOU 32nd"1M II.00.. SW Good transportton 1311 294-4205 Winter Haven cy SIT Sailing Center largttt manufatturar of 4.wh.el l drive ve.hiel. -

((10)) Articles For Sale -ANYTIME- 1117I ...

Exchange National Bank Trailer with and without' (19)[ ) Business Opportunity t
No "J tp" 4-h..1 l drive vehicle
was ever r

Of Winter Haven Inquire 9M-II44. at a 111 e .. c.ba.\1' \ USED plate ALUMINUM 3I' a 34" -SHEETS Mc each-vrea opta -- ----- --Ht. (l.AForRentUnf.I | ) built on modified 2.wh,1 l drive daiign.

till MAVTAO 2U platai 30-9: plats 3V each.
JEEP 4-whl drive vahicUl whtl'
!! 0ENTIE are
SEE THE NEW 13 WIjal twrolter NOGMLINOKM 40-lin .* lie each aver K. II on PER DAY rental. for 1 Electric(1rpel FOR RENT Modem nnfuralahed2badraom
MECHANIC eaperlwced In Con Lak Shore Court, till Hwy A new .conception featuring Mavlaa1 In *>.U makelaundrie. eclHv .... plain Ilk rack Eu-llenl for many. Shamponar with purchase. lotion Air. conditioned.Sear drive all the wayl) "High road, low road, Y
Tractor Chevrolet Truck, sadgrov. U West Auburndala, 30-TF homo and farm um It-.t.tt at tit... l_rr John Botand Hard S.chaag: Rank and Doe.-
equipment. Permanent poOh 1..I.-: ;; *. Karacellent bird .h.... with them. ua* a* car. II13 awn. Suitable for oIItce. Adulta.lefarancM. no road you GO 'in a JEEP vohiclo"
:livinr Sea Tom NEW AND VIED MOB1IE nw 1.11 tdinaan farm. autldtng AI th .. PhMw 33-1144. 13 TF U
tiol wttk qiarur --- - -
Wlllla Philip Urava. Main HOMES Bank Financing FOR SALE Slot Inveement at all a of Central MOM Appnalmala balancaI I...*- .", Oft,co 134 3rd.S TFKRK8KY I. 1t- EDJtOOMI-.hl'--'; ;;:;; ;;;;;' Wtttthtr your n..d !Is rugqod, rollablo) 4. L

City 433-213 H-TF handle linUllatkw rV .
CYPRESS: GARDENS MO1IILB year. We -- ltoalv Ran ", h..1| drive of imooth.handling r
laming and rand 0..1"1. Write Co-I3I"II-It. oaiy
EXPERIENCED If iM wrvto to Harry "'Id", .*. KM AnudeaRd Wall furnac and III gal. FLOWER PALACE 17-TV
man Ae to SO Vacation ......- Mile kt: R of ad iyprea Ml Lardanaan Winter Park. Fla. It-Nuv II lank. IMM) T............ CY ..1 *2.1.. ---_... -- ------ riding 2-whl drive somewh.r. In the
eat coverage. HI. Inaurane. ra- -- >>- .BEDROOM DUPLEX KMche broad Jeep vehicle lino th.,,' N
7111111 '_1.11. ,,a '. frn fewer *f 1 jtp v" l
llnnwnl. unlforn benefit Opportunity .. _.... ISO: ATI
13-11 -- - -'-- .ulp_ n
for ndvancemant. .If Itllllll.... all kind 0.11I.*.. t* ...*....1 *H J St. Pbon. 3M44IJ It-N laid built for you. n '
Call Lakeland 0030143or appoint HOME WANTED QUALITY MecandltkMWd. own .
....L U-TF ... work vnllorm Not prapackagwlAll boors. day ae nlfM and tan
A* down payment on )I. .* ,.rnlalM4. hxwe an41t U
An anhltiu man w n aUM_tar* 1100 Milt IIIArtana Ale ....."|.. SPtC FOR RENT 1* .
Plan CT 04.4 day 13 COME IN SEE THE
WANTED: Experienced: : froceryeUrk .-? .*nt. t. fea .. le>. *"""** ".... AuevntdaW SMaContiaeaulOan St NW 20114533REDROOM 11 .
Mai. Apply 111 W Coo listed M........ Fan we*** V.Nat' 37 ALLY PRICED rOM THE
lralnln >n aarvu at*. --- boo.. ISI a montS.CY UNIVERSAL CJ-6 DIESEL n
trl, pe'
between 10 A 13 dot ar CY M H aluminum trailer withacneaed watK.INO Snaadratan*
and awaa. .. w13lNPIJNISHKD
Han Menadi } I-It1I allot 1 p
Mill for appointment. 1011WAITRESI porch Cood conditionReaaonabl TM Pan Oii Camaaav VSKD PKFRBHAATORSRaaa ; I. plot polo road' U .la.t, All NOW AVAOAILI
*. Mr Not uo. Avery fulMaaintytail Waahara 0Wrom U
wanted. Neat and dapendabl Trailer Park Ha....... Hlvd 11.17 boo. *a*) far mono no tM Cr Air Lbabnle.en RwWMlrlloaed Jut at Old aklnd Ma. Toro 1331 34 k'"r.: &. near *tJaaTpha. .

Apply at Sundown Relaurant .- M 135. a-bedroom electric move, cow press*.>taa.-**.Roe*".....naae_ JOHNSON Terra **> C........ O*.. I MathNarth CT .... 3WI GIL HALL BUICK '"

1101.... 100pm. and S 00 air conditioned Carpatad RMonabte. I APPLIANCES Lake ,
and aa..tnal W''I' M* \ Alfred N S,.'* Ants ass. 3- : /hr VewtL
pm. 100 pat and Hot pn _.... Trailer Park take riwit ..... WIN reau.rwe. Phone gr>ll-, Nile* I EDRROGflneOislWt. V. NW

WANTED-'J- H-TF Wsdwsr.54w 'It: Mrs Lucllla U l/ I I ..... **..*.nal. lnt r.... M_*.I.' Cn and. I C ....-- 173UWnTF- 87S Crestwood Dr. NW Call- FR S-U13L- pas- Ufoar Jeep Dealer" nu .

d corklnHwaltm --- -- -- Jrn. P. 0. I I
and MM bus boy. Mad 14 HOUSE TRAILER Excellent .5.m.. .O. .r.h.OHW... 103.0103.Wlntor I PEttF. : HI"I. STOKSIAlfc t l't.AI'ITI' 893-0835 ; BEDROOM uple. Stave A 3016th St. s.w. 2934144P '
lava u ilvlly Blw Will trveaa. law P* mmt1
.w. Iran.poruttoa. Solon for tamping tuning. etc PIlI 00. H. ... rernceraler
4.'m. by ......1111.....' sly. >T Can b* sma at Brit 3th St. NW 1 Plant: sow tin ct"Mt.. rag *lc 1 i SwMltwM SertlM Atkerta*) ItoaKy r :::0' 3L r L
3 I *f fall _17110. U41 It V,* 1H7 tal W Cewtrai 343e4.. 1-TT

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((13)I ) Real Estate For Sal ((13)) Real btatt For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sal!* NOW

---- I Yooll Always Find What You Want In Winter Haven

Gold Medallion 1524 Ave. L, NW ELEGANT

Model Homes CharmiBf CB home Earl" glwlu, Why drive milti to shop? Try your friendly home lown merchant I

In Cyprcn Garden area DOW American interior. 3 BR. 1 ball, Keep your dollar In your hometown Help boost the economy!
panelled kitchen, double sir,

for ssle.3-Bedroom Only two Model of these One led.. Hotpoint dishwasher. Built * ** * * * *> ** IS THE
bookcase and cabinets In IIv. IC4a4'

bedroom model tag room. Window sir conditioi Cypress Gdn. Rd. EAGLE LAKE AVENUE E, N.W. I II

Both of these beautiful home er. Fenced yard Price 513,850. I

are located in Garden Grove, ::: ....'I'('!:!" ... I DR. LARKIN COMPLETE
just a half mile east of CypresGardens. EDNA WATSON MM Modes. I Trnmlia "AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE"
1MI Htk "....., NW '**'lht' I)i I
Open Every day or REALTOR RACK .......11'... N.. TRANSMISSION
call 293-2517 or 293-9338 or 29;- E U *th St.. NW CY 4.414' tUMIW far everytalag I bbrareama and KUE .a. ... OUR SPECIALTY
kackaa. .. llvlag r* Asia Air Ca.Ji. .".'.
3528. John G. Wood and Assoclates 12-13 ....... dkilag re a. kleaty af 1 1I V. BILLIARDS Meter. Tun. tip CrbrtarCKtned. All Ward O.atanUce'Lt .

Inc. 9-1. ----- I rate ne parity kllckea with lababineta PNONI CT ...761 U. Htnaia. Vnr ..r.klni. TIMEMAIL
aad aatlagrar Ira
IN Ale. M CT 1X114
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BY OWNER. Furnished I b.droebunt. >m the .tItl.. buyer LARKIN'STRANSMISSION UNITED
$500 DOWN 1M MONTHAll .. Aluminum tiding on CB- mkht e.e.iSer ?oaths foe -.' Mike Trwbir .
Hume t-bedroom, J. .
Brick Large fenced lot. Carport UUI I bedroom hews 131.655 MOTOR SERVICE
balha. Florida room paneled.. Uvln I Ceheat. IAOLI LAKEAtreti
ty building Air conditioner "
room, built-in kitchen with lum.. Sprinkler w.ll. Very raaaoiabl P..ke.1t Fran hot Oft... IM Ave. I. NW .*...IIT
boa cell In., utility room, terrau *. 1334 Are, L NW, Near' We*.. f>:dEw:
floor Oulld city, but bar ctwater wood arhool. 1-Dve-"

and Beautifully aewer CY S-138S School landecaped but to a.choola NEW bedroom home $60 Mont' .NPl.(04)16S. SIXTH STREET DOWNTOWNSee THIRD STREET OR BRING AD

ai-ri payment. Inwood Section CJ5SOS. WARREN SECKEL. Stilt '
10-21 INTERIOR: Our Cemalela Seleell* General! Sheet Metal Weeha

LOOK! What f 00 Down Buys Yo rOR BALE 1-bedroom bom neari, AiiotUteg ETW. Pit. Decorating Service \"l : FRESHDELICIOUS AIR CONDITIONING INTO THE OFFICE NOW$1Moo
Almoat new 1 bedroom Hi bat new Built-in kitchen. Full. prtri' W. H. McRcjrMld CY J.3181
home that Includes new wall to 16600 CY 4-263S tT Uelea Whitley CY S.ItWUma For Our easterners etik.. C HEATING
built-in appliance. In C ROOFING
wall carpet
finding dlahwaiher. Enctoaed (sage :: M. U.doa CY J.7m IfBASYET "'-

boat house, Perma-elon labeauty JUST PAY EQUITYon Clime CUrjr CY 3111IIIIIPANOIRA : KENT -- liUalltkag1 Ifli .
I- droom CB horn 1-balh. kll
VA loan at \,%
t 00 Include. Chen carporte On paved stem.. MATHERFURNITURE 'CANDIES
payable at tt monthly .. .u L M. SCHNEIDER
tones uuuranet: Owner movie Lot SO' x 100' with chain link fear'Area CO. ANDERSON

11 10 m California Allen Ave Call 8W CY Winter 1-3410 Haven or li. Include- Lake taxe McLeod*. Insurance M150. mont Tolcrlre
12-11 S376000. I in M .. I.w. cri-uti I
HAMILTON, Realtor rrT I IMIICIILAKEVIEW Cell CT 4-IUI I7f W. Caatrml ,

FOR BALE BY OWNERNo I BEDROOM with built-in oven i..
closing frost imaU down payment .. surface unit Furnlihed or unite I
bal. Ilka nnt. I bedroom nUhed Pay \' 4 Lame
1 bath living room dining room Mortgage I- tlLAKEFRONT 4-1 Tke Hems ., the TIRES SERVICEGE
kitchen A Fla. room. Air condition -- | $26,500 TraJamirh81g
I oil heat Cottag In back 1 catport APPLIANCESNew

near Kbool And.. 2014 8th Terrace, SKs B D.pss/file.1 ,

) bedroom houM In Inwood. 1..1.. end Uied
ACREAGE: on chain at lake (MFt $32,500.00Tell The owners have been EASY TERMS -
Laki rant Lots on chain ol | transferred making this COMPUTI REAL ISTATI YAMAHA > II cc
lake Nothing down and monUtly hiuband to check thl.
payment I love your walled estate with 1"0 teean ,.1 s spacious (1 6T sq. ft.) SEKVICIBeasley GoodyearSERVICE 1211,11N.. Man.* Dews,
Call CY 1-MeS the Chain of Lake dork I" E PRESTIGE AREA borne Co. tl7.ll M..lh
aDaa 10 Realty STORE FOR
magnificent view I large bet
I bull E available Gleaming oak LAKELAND CYCLI CO.
I all room.'- 14 baths quality E floors, spacious room, $14 irk I*. N.W. CT 1-1717 117 A.... A. N.W. CY J.ZItI K1 Ird Si. 1W. CT 4-Iltl
7 ROOM hou* and S lot. for *al \\I'fnJ.t;: ::::rldlene :
In Eagle 441 Eaile DrI1US. huge family room for InE -
kiao : too near NORTH GATE n E
: .
21 After p m.
10-U cellent term Shown ty app formal hours, central air 15 WORD AD

j E conditioning, built-in re-

BEDROOM bourn, IV* bathi, LAKE E frlgerator, glove k. dlrhwaiber. BUICKAeth.eiad 8E SURE TO

beautiful yard :Mil remote boat Dr.. WINTERSET Two most luxurl J.le.-ervle* I $ S *ndw.. Views lee
Uktvlew, Urge dock paved "
.. s OUt baths plus facilities In
ramp, terrazzo floor, carpeted lip I REGISTERFOR $1.73 '. FOR
log, dining room. CY 4-1663. 11-11. Luxury with eaae. RlI'A 1 bedroom E the huge utility area A JEEP 1

1100 DOWNS I carpeted home throughout- dock ROOM- 100- E home for gracious livingE V.ki.l. S.lci I Servlc DAILY JACKPOT t.U t.

BR. CB HOMES feet on the lake I2H60UOO nil l with many extra features

Low M $.,00 month for apptATHERTON = To see, callELEANOR GIL HALL : ..
CHARLES McCOMlC. H.,. Broke'I Anderson Drug Store .. :
E Days CY 1-1141 III Slirk >. S.W. I 171 W. CINTIAl ANDERSON DRUG CO.
ltl-4144 ITt W. Caa+ral. CT JoIn l
s Eventegs CY 4-111 I
$350 DOWN

For the Best 15
Brand new 2 bedroom built-in I CO.S4S E l"Lt11fo14 1i1fi"rj1" ,1r@l1l'jlW' i! .
Rut' OM'IR7 Riet tries
Town .
IIOTPOINT kitchen, cellini 5 C't3.1141 I Il !AJU. U! JUl!
Close in. W. Control "'... THRIFTY CITY Hire. year feeler ,h... KIyar
terrazzo floors -
heat .
Deter Orar AtkeHea, TV 4-gt Bring Your Car to
Jeka A. Bam*., A.*.. TV S-1IM. :: $412ITlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllll !!: III 4rb 1t. N.W. kraicrlttia,
.... ( T Call st
ONLY $10,850Evenings Nlle A ) The Experts -
Note Cells CY 1-7721 --- -
.1:1-: Jaa Jek ar ..I..*1 StKFar WATERS .. I.H
Alien Dowd All A"II..c. Repair THOMAS- I'
call LIKE: Hr.W C8 S large bedmn Harold TV Ser.it. City Drug Co.
..... Der.y FOlD
2J4740Z NEW COLONIAL TRI-LEVEL borne Florida .m.'t, eerier'"
air conditioned I bedroom tile bath. hardwood floor Lan ItMtlt 1:11.:11: : 91 I" Ii, N.W. cri-tm
bath. I car (ores., Ilvmne : ...a.|>.... WO 7-341. 1:1-11: M Mrs Sol Car. Central t 1t It..*.
Real Estate .
Wood silk flreplam, kitchen family
Ztl-S521 large lot Nor!""&01 Section Oooi
411 E. Central Ave '
term Call TUCKER BUILDKRJ HavendaloHwy.92
11-11 CT M..2._S-ll WILL TRADECorner

NEW ALL, MODERN S-bedronn It'i "Fioqer-Uckln1 Good" The Pit
Stop -
S-BEDROOM Florida room. CBhouM. with Florida mom Cloeo-ln 12', lot 150 i 1ST'. in thou -
Comer lot hallow well.. Ave r. 8E 111.DUO. CY S-MM multiple tone in Lake Alfred< ................ freeMv. ltaa.t eadAaterkaa WAM ADS
Hardwood floor S50B down Phone.34.119E 12-Tl .
Ante Smile
*-" --.- as part down payment on nil _.... .. ..."...... .. ...',"i *l DlrSkSCTMOMIC
3 bedroom CB home; prrf< t.i: ; /or
( LAKE ACCESS LAKEVIEW n 111111111111111111111111.11111111111I11111NEAR one with heat double carpoi AlP, Sdetbeeeb. a Oetsnhaup.re $MllOtS
I Large modern swimming pool TOM ii./Mer.a. ...
I new home la In the finest reildea- I I Ii or separate workshop in load 5 TUNS U* ACy
1 tlal area I Minutes from Winter. location. Box 1498 % New asp. MA1.Wrrtt' .,..,*<".i... 111 'import tees
| Haven 10 minute from Jr. Cob S.E. PLAZA ..555.15'11. and Aineno.n C.mmats
"leg*. $30.600. Good term.. Call CT Chief. 3.2191
i SHOPPINGCENTER I II U.UI4AI 4tS St.. N.W, 24.22)1 WO J.1172Oregon Hillis r ells fllo
1 monthly: payment, Modern CB 1t I iE

t tact SM-2I7S.bedroom Evening:construction and. Bum convertE ( ) Lots & Ac.gtCommercial Notice For This Department

day :3WFIRST MORTOAUK: Wonderfully Legal Advertising Offers
CORP OF FLORIDA. !*-- = lent for you A sparks rnor Limited To. .

I BEING TRANSFERRED Will S ling clean 3 bedroom 2 = Lot Ir Toil C 'IU' IT IOI NT Of" Tub

f /4medrooma: hire down payment.. E tile bath CB home E TKnTM. 4IUMML tltHIIT I*. 1, Items for sale .r sw.p Ie the value .f S2Ifits
,.rd. a**' el total .
AMI ton POLO<<
.mentary and Jr. high schooL $.. 15 = Bright kitchen, spacious a U It ISO Ft. located on Avs. C. rUIKIIIA. I* t MAk ..M|; Plan For Rel uilding GOP *.
I monthly payment 2M-I7S6. S-1S living room twin bed 5s SW. Across from Exchangi. earn No. 'WII *-MIUltOHXK

sized bedrooms dosed = Bank Pirking Lot. Wide newt; RUTH D. WILaXJN. 2. 1 l-ws*4 limit .1 Item I. each sxl.

2300 12th St., NW E garage ONLY S14.500E paved street with alley entrant PlalMUl IALEM, Ore. (UP!) tie and rank and file party
E E Make your appointment = the local level ] EACH Mtlc mwP ...t.l. the price ., .,.
SPACIOUS HOME IN In rear. For sale by owner ARTHUR I. wuJ10N, Mark Hatfleld of Oregon co'.1 members at ,
1 E now by cilllng Ei thus CY 1-JT71 After I P... Defendant. S Hirae-polnt plan lor and ferl 9 sad lelepKeiie number .f w4re! .f
TO Drre.nlTHE >
I CHOICE LOCATION MALCOLM TETIEAI'LT er Edna Watson, Realtor Cl KnTMK STATE Of rtORlVA TO ing the Republican party --Concenlrale on making subslsnllal the seller,

= Evenlsgs CY 3.5078 E 1-4141. Arthur I. Wilma tor, and warned GOP leaders GOP Kama In 1908 ass

Price reduced from HS.SOO S-Br.te = Days CY H141 E ------- % .H.1, C.Wlurher layraRi Road le quit "Jockeying for the'. 1901nstd.ntlal I 1 prelude to the l.6l prealdM 4. N.lemmerel.l.d will be) eceepled.< 1 IU KM. 1S60 ft. of !living acne S ACRES 4 mile.. wet of Wht.rHana aunt, wed VirginiaTw : nomination.
1 .Rwith UI > 114 conta*!.
I tiled bath, Urge F a*> S43. TERMS. CY notjted rebuild the
thai" a w. must
I floor. LR. a ( M with> fIrsplaa.hitches work-, :TOWN COUNTRY 1rrTr Salt for are dlvMC hereby ha. beea died and leadership on llaUleld said I Republicans I. NO REBATES NO CHARGES .

path, laundry. uee room 1m. roof i, ..a..... pas M the. Clove. entliMcaue basis. mult establish "a bread ml hop, S car garage s first things first
lot 110 I 115. and thai yes an hereby rulred ground philosophy and ouilUMpogltle
tree, lake team nrtlle2 iinrrEX
; ijlli'fi1 TRADE-IN to Mrv a copy ft yew 54 "H the Republicans don't do
!. Wall 11,700 a down.> calling Call metallatlon CY I 34716, !, A/C.Bae 3.1141) 1 j lu. UIiJUl! LAKEFRONT LOT N I KI ..., *v .
= Wailer U Kett klanitllf 5 atwmey medicare, Illation, conservation
tow UU171. wham add,.* if II* Via, g l erktullding. 1"4, .e might. ss well throw and aid." ,. wrlttes tII' a mailed. .In withpayment.
EXCLUSIVE Cyprea* Gardens area.lakavtow I 1,106121111.111111111111I111111.111111111111'11111.1 Must sell to reliable party wb I Winter. Hams, "......... Mr In the towel as far ss uee is education\ foreign
Ik. I* dar af iMremker In. ",OIIC..
before *
I lot. fully air-con- concerned the .
large 4 be* + desires to live on chain of label., 14. and befor er Immediatelybereaher Oregon governor lie called for eloesreommis.kultn
dltkmed. large
dining BT OWNER I* til* with in* Clerk atM said. between. MepuMlcaii .
baths Sfders.I.
room 1 III. 7. N. .
I[ room large emend porch", modrr Beautiful bom*. avertooUac laketartrldga EVENLNGS CaD m-t41 above atyled Caort the arlgMalI Many political observers be. governors' to prefect a progres
apptlaacea. ample CB t-badraeen, I bath I saId aaeeer *r wrHten
kitchen, built-in lleve last .k' election great dye image of (the part batedon
I storage lor children, garage. tH.KO fine etghborhooj owner Casm icing one family room. room dining-roam Vina, kitchen pod Wood Real Estate a say.It yew (all U da BO. DH... "*. I I* enhanced Hatflekfs POSIMMIn i facts and (he records of accompIUhHiiwll < Adswllr.n1l.wrs.

I 13.11IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUhlllu1111111111111111111P j with atone fireplace lOIS Av*. XNW 411 E. Mild Ave. III-Jut I Ocateeea will be -.... ...shpa e< the Republican perty. His srbleved al thetateAouae

1 t SM-IM1 STFtBCDROOkl CMnplalnlwtTMKU'foe are relief eVmaaded ka tile'I ipeech attacking: extremism keynoted level.. CHECK YOUR UTILITY ROOM

11-1' ny .hand sad afflclalaeal the COP national Conrenfloa Katneld S a I cI eongresahnalleaderaoip
I ....
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U .... -- -- ( mtltff al an. Pak CaMfly Which norolnsled le*. vital to the

r jf; i Large Family I II i If nouaa gmd credN 1100 CORP CY. Mill-OF He WINTEI rtRJ"MOKTOAOK mnatl ron* a SSOUS kulldiu VMS lot lama wHn r
' T D H SLOAN. JR defensive U
HAVEN. Jt-Tl' paved raaaX 141 Sass, U pendurletens I In an mlervlev with Md been on the
tease sad aea ut a W me Clerk ClrniM Oewly I7PI called for Republicans lot "loyal cfpoettton and had MAY MEAN
I Luxury i Ii item t* Lobs Han".IM; a Vine* A. vMrvhlbe I In* USED IT
DOWIf Chain .. Lake ly CWk Outline a positive, pri/cros- eetahllahwd a negative reactlo
i i BEAmn'L 3 i daea-In SE OEM.. .-..- from Oeetlait CTnerk Froemke Her II It. ft. Dec ,144 live policy and philosophy Used In the mind of the voter," beaald.
r ON ......... Meet _'III,. LXONAI I PCHOEMTHALER oo.NKea IN.rt the records of ateomUlahtents i MONEY TO YOU .
LAKE WCSTEKSETI iU REAL rJTTATE. Me Ava C. al:. Wk..... > M4Ilii M .
CY MIST CY **&. M-U. 'If TUB narrrr rot .T, TB.T. of Republican governors I Hit Is easier for t chief egecmive
U active In f StPSlb iMin in ARM run Establish. "counsels G43.u" : al the slate, level to
Ideal for large LOT rOR SA1* BT oWU-: inft. rout rot .'n'. rtoaiuA.M .
'' 5 family desiring 4 or moo s ThanksGivingYou (nwUa*. Oaad antes. IIII .... 4IM4-a-* \ between COP ofttcehoM- I ptiah the lMge of a positive ...._ -
5 chilD iII ....... 381-$4.... I-b Irt THE MATTER Or CMAMdlKK rorram," Hatfleld said.DUNDEE.
bedrooms prtvsU NAME or CKARUM WILLIAM Iddrn.. ria... -' .-- -
= of lakes frontsge With 5 win say "flakefa .. CT >L-DMAN TO CHARLES wib
I GOOD WIMtoa; Ids for sale SUM I I'I legal l Adv.rtising
to : WIMKMAMnontm
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= dens area. Private pst saccommodstions otAgtandiag antique brick M 0 Cliwdanai, blouses atla/I' wr IHTRITM to
Narrer. Itto.IN' MASS 4rru .Tw>. Boa and Mrs winism A.
= I t BR, t bath, one year ok Loge! Advertising 1 Mik Hl.Maa4. La Vegaa.Hevaaa. sisal OtIN edaOa Mr. fee
I /effres and family spent
5 maWt quarters. Cons borne located in SB srei KB KaTTaTK; OrCUMTOM
XOTinEDTfcat. weekend at their Lakeland
) 5 plete IrritatioB system 5 of elegant homes la the SIlection. : Clwrte ..> CTimaniaabl lMaa4T there was
4tHetkt A family guest
5: TV tons of ..ir51Dcz..na rondlttosv s A widow t'ar.. OTKE or U a4, fl'4 k > pee
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home fuel aWra af lenrte* name Cbarhx W* Wirea a* I* k rek, gt***> Ika4 I bra
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It tt> iII I win be BJpfrj n wear ml UM ** J WIUJAMHAIiR. de Mnd Ikat I Date rn.4mt ClUb Meyer snd solJeff
' feet of living .rta. me today. >rUa I Cowa n. ef tw item .* WAJJtgJtRABB .MMk<*) Iw" riaal. --.... aa4aort Mr. DEPT. I
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Weather rays la couth. throughout Florid the and state.of tardy Potato '" ; Tuesday Mrs. Allen from a Cheek abort visit rotamed with c;::=T T

pttatlnc was reAmed In r Aub dale her dauchtera Mrs.Robert Ussltsr "
Dade follow! the (
I County ** heavy ---1 If In Hopewell, Va. asdMre.
rains of the previous weeks. Harold Dam Cotton to High
Shipments through October IB Potnt, M. C.
equivalent cartels were del com News Briefs
And News Of Crops ,. i U.S.SAVINGS
- pared wlllllII.lut.Atp.m.nta shown by commodities - -- - .

are rail and truck combinedIn Mrs. Edna Taylor, Mrs. Ella Mr. and Mrs. Ben WhltfleM Mrs. Pete Wrigley and son
Weather primarily of spraying and fer order of three weeks sfo, Cann and Mrs. Nellie WU attended and daughter of Perry were Scott returned \to her home in
began with Summary abundant: The sunshineIn week tUllln,. Some disking is being two weeks ago, and last week. Rally Day at the Masonic gueata of her parents, Mr. and Macon, Ga. last week after asix
done in conjunction with fer Total shipments put throe How tor tM And In St. Pet- Mrs. H. K. Kennedy of Oraac weeks visit with her parents -
all areas low on October 31. Apent.tMit tlllter application. weeks were 167, let and 107 ersburf on Sunday.Mrs. St. Thursday through Sunday.Mr. Mr.and Mrs.Merlton Kel-
the East Florida pressure coast main ar.aon Harvesting continues at a fair. aerial equivalents. These totals WMtfietd attended the Industrial ley. Mrs. Kelley drove her
include Gertrude Blake Teacher's Conference daughter to Mason and returned
tamed widespread cloudiness ly high rate with fresh orange of Chicago Arts
of the dur movement ahead of last sea m.arrived Thursday for a at Florida Southern Tkirsday. BONDS
over most peninsula
The college let cotton to three weeks visit with and Saturday.
ing the first three day of No. son. Movement of all processedfruit her College, Friday
vember. General but mostly light however, Is still behind rain in cotton aaln worthy daughter and husband, Mr. and Mn. Whltneld Is the former
rain and drlsila fell over most last year's movement to date. coati Include cotton ranging Mrs. Ray Hsramett*and family. Miss Adell Kennedy of Au- Mrs. Otto Meabon returned
Field Crepe: Good weather from corduroy velveteen popHit. burndale. home Friday from the Winter
of the eastern half of the north.
permitted rapid progress in fall twill and ottoman to the Del Glass, a dent at the Haven Hospital where she underwent -
ern peninsula during this cloudy Blrthel--
Mr. and Mrt. A. E.
Skies cleared thepenln.ula harvest operations during the newest cotton of all- leather University Georgia Athens, surgery two weeks ago
period. over spent the weekend with hi* mer of Michigan arrived Saturday and is reported to be Improving
the 4th and abun week. Soybean and corn harvestha look-alike that's 1 dead ringer parents
on to spend the winter at their
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
dent sunshine prevailed through reached the final stage for the real thing. home
Only a few scattered fields of .
out the area during the remain. ------ -
der of the week.There wu abun cotton and peanuts remain to I

dent sunshine during the entire be harvested. Small grams and Mather The Store Built To Bring You More Of What You Want :
week in the western counties. clover seeding continues. Early .
Generally clear skits, abundant planted small grains are up
sunshine and near normal temperatures and growing well.Several sugarcane
prevailed In all areason mills are grinding with the IS EXPANDING AGAIN! i

Saturday and Sunday. remaining mills expected to ,
Citrus: Soil moisture is shortIn commence later in the month. :i
most of the citrus producing Pecan harvest Is active In all o 1 uP AND
area The only exception being areas.
lower Indian River and the north Livestock and Pasture: Pas ) SAVE 5OO/
tures and livestock are In fair ,
ern fringe area Throughoutall
the interior section Irrigation to good condition for this time MORE During Our Storewide
of Pastures most
continue very active. Con year. central
and north counties need
slderable afternoon leaf wilt I.d.v.loplne is
rain for optimum growth Stockmen ;:
particularly on
young trees. Preparation for have begun light 1 supplemental
cold protection 1* quite active. feeding In a few areas. EXPANSION SALE!
Many new heaters arc in evidence where pasture growth has declined.
everywhere as growers Marketing of cattle and
place and fill heating equipment. hogs continue
Banking of young trees Is well Vegetable: Fall weather almost "
along In the northern portion statewide was favorablefor r _. |[WE ARE OPEN UNTIL 9:00 PM FRIDAY" ]
of the citrus belt, but In the all field activity. The lowerEast
Interior areas many growers Coast and Everglade crops The Nation't Finest Quality 1
long seem u to possible be holding before back full as are southwestern beginning, central to improve.and north The .r :::: JAMISON En rythin? is YViiInut..e\en the hardware!

hanking. Florida areas are having to Irrigate
Color break and maturity con to maintain top soil mois --
tine to develop at a reason ture, except the Hastings area Full Size 1" c -- I' I( t {
able rate though generally a had locally heavy rain last week
couple of weeks behind last Harvest of tender crops Is active HideawayBED
year's early season. Sites are In all producing areas and ::
t smaller than last year, but will Increase as the season advances. -
I about the same a* a long timeaverage. Harvest of hardy crops ..,, ,.. :
.I has started. Land lt
Fruit splitting Its preparationand T. -
tend constderabiy.t planting of tender crop Chrom ;;
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MT FXVE-ywold high degree of emotional strain Reg. $169.00
daughter, contracted p u r because patients often build up Value
I after m.ul.Vbat cau.ITand-1 such great hopes and expectations $78 +a
pure and doe It about the results. It Is NOW.
tar-effects natural f9r a person of any age .
Mrs U J., Illinois to be emotionally affected by
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blood Purpura disorder I* a pearance.The menstrual cycle is frequently Factory Closeouts Exclusive at Mather + J Ice ".._".I WALNUT VINIMS WITH 4-PC. BEDROOM
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mouth. Theseare lie can offer reassurance.In Regularly $49.00 j
called petechlae. many Instances specific medications g I IT4Pc.
This condition 1* almost always can be used to reestablish Corner Group Now Sam Suite with6Drawr :'"+
Identified with a decreaseIn regularity NOW 28 Double Dreuer . Now $157 E--- -
an Important element In the 1 e eWe -
blood called platelets.The are discussing venereal SIMMONS "Beautyrest" Full Size
causes of purpura are disease with our teenage chil
many and varied. Some cases dren. Can you tell me how SHOP and COMPARE Dual Purpose Sleeper Sofa

of purpura are tranaUnt) others syphilis 1* spread Can a young AM Sttel Fame

are sometimes more serlou occur This as condition a "sideeffect' child pick up Mr.this M.disease T., Ontario? Famous PRESTIGE Genuine Foam Rubber o O leiutyreit IQOX Heivy Cendrsdiee Nylon J f J] 1

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Dear Mr. T.: You are wise to
Infections, like measlesor
educate your children about this WITH ARM COVERS Reg. $

The meningitis.likelihood Is that the disease.that syphilis Too few Is people..tut'lit realise SOFA Re*. fllt.OO (Only 11) $ 36 541.00 7 ,

purpura your grandchild had threat to health, even In this NOW .
was a temporary condition Incidental
age of wonder drugs.
to her case of measles, ..
and will probably leave no aftereffect Syphilis\ Is spread by Intimate N.rla.ny' JAMISON ] _" $
*. body contact. Children ..
e most definitely can acquire, 2Pc. Living Room -' &+ :
Our 19-year-old daughter had too. Even babies can be bora ?

a plastlo operation on her nose with congenital syphill Suite I "
five months ago. Since then her Every publlo health agency ''"
menstrual periods have become all over the world will gladly
very Irregular. She seems to supply excellent educational material SOFA BED & MATCHING .1
.utter from complete exhaustion about this disease and Its
after the slightest activity. Can prevention. PLATFORM ROCKER "' rr ADT" Caldwell
this be due to the operation WMI Dr. CoUma ean oltmdertafcs "
In Nylon and Foam ..
Mrs. J. M, Rhode Island to euwer faUvUMalletter ,
Dear Mrs H. Aa operationof *. ft* via tiN readers' Beige Mahogany
any kind can temporarily upset questions/ to Ala column "c..... .
the physical and emotional ever possible end uke lAcy r---U-ej ; BEDROOM SUITE
equilibrium of a patient.A are a/ 0nral ...t", ,,. 4sVtr**.
plastic operation may be your letter to Dr. Coltma rte 97
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