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 13, 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
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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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THCWIATHWFsir Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefA Gtm Capihl! Of The World

with kith today in the low M't: "You Always Reed It First
Low tonight in tfce M5'i. Mostly south

it to south winds 5 to 12 miles p.r In The News-Chief"

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Rail Unions Lake Alfred Bank Robber


StrikeWASHINGTON f Planned Holdup To Minute

(UPI; National .
Mediation Board off!" lala
planned to confer today with -
railroad union and management wit Ih "
negotiators In an effort to avert
a possible nationwide strike Local Citrus Planned Trip

Informed sources said Thurs. t n
das that leaders of alt unions, .
with a membership of 150,000. Firm Adopts To Chicago
were preparing for a strike ix
Nov 20 or soon afterward to kj
back up their demands for e

wage could Increases.paralyu Such the a nation'strike 0. J. SymbolWinter After Robbery

railroads :,
Haven Citrus Grow By Bob Havtland
The unions represent workers r4 ers Association is the most g staff Writer
who repair and maintain ralU recent organization to ijegtn 1 {.
and Any r use of the Florida Citrus <. urn-
!road equipment cars IAKl ALFRED Stanley
strike presumably would tie up -. .-. mission's "O.J." symbol on Co, a year-old bank Idler
the nation's rail network because containers for fresh fruit. T'J her, balanced only 15 minutes
CITRUS AND ORCHID QUEEN-Florid', 1964 tit- -
other railroad workers In a letter to Commission "I late after spending moetof yea-
would refuse to cross picket rut queen Mm Nancy Collin of Winter Park, will officially General Manager Homer i.. tel ,tai afternoon relating the)
lines. open the second annual orchid how to be held in Hooks,, Manager E. S. florton i dei..it* of a bank holdup he
Winter Haven Nov 2' 22 under the sponsorship of the of Winter Haven CCA said that WHl hed
Sources said the unions' attl. American National Banks. The event is expected to attract the combined.J." and grapefruit "x, mi employee at the Dank
tude favoring a strike was 10,000 design. would be placed on ty t ike Alfred! for the past eight
made clear Francis A.O'Neill pertontthe all corrupted carton and II'Ihl.' handed over several
Jr.. a member of the National wtrebound boxes packed I'\ his L: 'j :nid dollars to a stickup
Mediation Board, during tn company. "We pack fruit tor r ,;, ar>d minutes later had both
hour.long meeting Thursday LBJ Mexican Leader Florence Citrus Growers, Inc., thn a,>Un rash and bandit In
with representatives of the six and Tracy Fruit Compam and ",-r.d. \ flying tackle by Con
unions, have secured their permissionto autded, the youthful robber
Mediation officials believed use the design on thou fruit L. : aftei nis getaway reached mill
also" Horton stated. the 100 foot mark.
then had enough Urns for nego.
tlatlons to head off a strike Discuss Poverty WarJOHNSON Eventually, Winter Haven ,,j (" uptured Michael'toner
Is CGA will have the Commission IS of Miami and Iden-
Involved In the dispute arecommendation
by a preslden.tlal symbol pulyethelene. bags In tined as the holJup man, In an
board Oct. 20 CITY, Tex. (Url) discussion hot made no mentionof packing oranges llorton said alle' way in back of the bank
that emergency shopcraft workers and others -President Johnson and the the thorn topic in their ex "we are very much interest after the boy had robbed at gunpoint -
In the non-operating class president.elect uf Mexico today change of view Thursday ed In this program and want to this city's only bank shortly .
Increases enter the second round of Infer Johnson greeted Dlsi Ordaa have a part lnt Commission's after I p.m. yesterdsy.he .
get 27.cent hourly pay with a warm "abraso" embrace promotional efforts'* he said. ( boy was apparently headed
mal talks pledged to eliminate
over a three-year period. BANK ROBBERY PORTRAYED Stanley Cox went through the setleM of they..old
and disease In the e-i his arrlvai at the LBJ "Commission advertising and right for either Tampa Chicago.He .
The sis unions called the find. poverty I/" bandit that held the Bank of Lake Alfred st point ssrly yeiterdeyafrernoen
Western Hemisphere. Ranch and one of the now famous merchandising programs have up gun had inquired about a train
Ing unacceptable They widen have Johnson and Presidentelect barbecues. been able to arouse a great Looking on, from left, are teller Eerl.". Cooper, Josnn Buchanan, and Jssn- ticket to Chicago al a nearly
demanded the between higher skilled pay to and uru Gustavo DIu Ordas were expected U.s. Secretary of State Dean deal of consumer Interest the ette Lunsferd, The three women stuffed s bag held by Cox with several thousand dollars railway station before the attempted -
skilled gap railroad workers to include Cuba IB their Rusk said two days ago he believed symbol and Winter Haven COA In cash Cox foiled the robber's nape attempt, pouncing' on him 100 feet from the robbery but had taxi-
the subject of Mexican officials believe there Is muchto bftk'i<< (front deerAmerican. nab walling to rush him to
Cuban relations would come up be gained In taking advantageof Tasnea. He was only 100 Mt
-- --
before Diu Ordas returns to this sort of consumer response. from the taxi. when he was
Citrus Commission Mexico today. ." brought down by Cox.
Mexico now Is the only nation Hooks said that the list of LegionTo Diane Beetsma Cox said he was "scared"as
I to Latin America that still citrus packing houses and pio three other bank employees
maintains diplomatic relations esa1Jng| plants using the Com- filled a paper sack with Urge
Denies Discrimination with -Gut!&. Hes. pOs... ** mlalouayam..w".. MtsiljiM.FRUT Dedicate Home MB from Ms cash drawer,
tHflrthat thtttchalce fjTtvern. Wins Title Gee, why apparently wasn't too
mans Is s Job for the people of excited over yesterday's
The Florida Citrus Com mission writer tell would flwxl the country and to cut off dtp- SHIPMENT Tomorrow, the members of among them Msxwell Wells, episode, said "we wars very
today dispelled reports the gift fruIt market with tit lunatic relations ,Is tantamountto Dally carloadlngs (In boxes) the riurson hob Post I. Orlando Pilly Anderson, Ml eoo|>erst1ve, especially after he

that its regulition of citrus for run pol oned" by prstiridsl interfering in the other gov from the Fruit and Vegetable. 'The American Legion will olficlstly ami, and the Muter of Ceremonies At Auburndale (Continued Oo Page' I, loL: 3))
gin fruit shipments discnmi sprays. according to MarvIn ernment's internal affairs.' Inspection Division: oVdiistr their new R Limo: (Hood who
fluted against growers: uhu do A. McNsir, administrative l director Johnson and DUi Ordax By r.U. ISSSI ,grapefruit Post horn located on the also holds the distinguished tl' .
not employ sprays In their tul for Ilk commission Inreplying Thursday searched for a common 6,477 oranges, 70S tangerines, north shores! of Lake Sliver, tie of PDC.E. AUBt'HNDALt Cute U.earold Red Cross Aids
lurch practices to the letters hr neighborly approach to 1,103 imircotts; by truck 30."' The event will attract Meade Wilson, Mulberry Diane Deetsma was
A number of letters reached hue trade, the problem of water ss- grapefruit 90,227 oranges, 5,. and Nsttonsl ('ommttTeemanfrom crowned tittle Miss Attburndsle
said, Thire apparently Colorado River and tnurcotts many dlsllagulshed Legion last night out of Held of 7toonteitants
Unity in the 444 tangerines, ,134 ; wlU a
this week, PUC
the commission Florida also s
been tome gross mlsunderstanding For Progress. 3 ,704 nslres over tie( state Includingthe in the Junior high
the grapefruit
total 44,234 ,
protesting action in restricting ..ken Commander M make the formal dedication of Over 3,500More
\ W
as to the action But Johnson put Die accent oranges, 8,207 tangerines, .,$S7mvrcotts Mate school auditorium.
the minimum grade of Sift Commission with n>. itwards and the the building.
by the on the deprived people of both for a shipping Mal DepirtnwnlAuxiliary She was crowned by Faith
fruit to L,s No 1 or higher Bard to the establishment 01 nations in remarks at a barbe of .W box's. will also be prss.nt Hood will present Post Commander Parsons last resr's winner, than '.&00 families, almost .
Most of the letters objectedto minimum grades for citrus cue at the LBJ Ranch In Diaz C a n o r y receipts, ,tlCI .' for the festivities Donald J Kochter to end the two-and-one-half- entirely la Florida, with
Commission action which fruit which may be shipped In Ordaz' honor. grapefruit, 17,493 oranges, I,. There will be several Past and his officers lie will also hour program scattered eases In Georgia and
gift fruit packsgesHe ," We are meeting hereto 470 mureotts for a cannery Department Command- present Mrs Joseph D Debra Lunsford was the first South Carolina, have been\ u.
DeadIn felt that the interprets. talk together and to work to total of 167,179 bo.... era present for the event, Continued( ; Oa Page I, Cub 4)) runner up; DeMile Inulrss wss aisled by the American Red
5,000 lion of CoranissMM l action ether. and to take up arms to second, Debbie Sutton, thirds CrON la reconstruction and refurnishing -
Viet Nam hinged upon the fact that other against the ancient ens- and lisa Mitchell, fourth. of their homes M
mice mankind disease and A large crowd was on hand
lowing the all hurricanes, 11
fruit by farmer not using
After FloodsDAN sprays grown Is often blemished poverty." and hunger and Ignorance. Beymer Church Sets Homecomingconsist for annually the event by which the Is Auburndale sponsored Havea was nude Chapter known headquarters at the Winter,

NANa South Viet Nam to some degree "As Mexico" \ becomes stronger Lions Club to raise Kinds for The total amounts Involved
(upI-V.S.! Ambassador, Wax. "The U S. No. I gr.J. provided and ...ltlller..1Ie said, "11I..1.eo r' ol sets of Altar clothe eyesight conservation work. exceeded $100,000 kinds as-
well D. Taylor and Prime kiln for In the Commission. wtll be able to help others The Fifty F.inhlh Anntver, ',- and also (or the pulpit and The Held uf 78 entrants seta curing from united Fund and
later Tran Van Huong flew into regulation concerning gift Just as Mexico is helping others sry and Hornet mumi. sere lei .turn Four lets of the para, new record for the sotitest Red Cress efforts. Over 11,000families
the heart of flood-strlcken South fruit, permits up to erne-lhhd today In Central America. t'l will be held tcxlsy al Bi meal art to be- used in the and several elimination rounds have been assisted with
Viet Nam today to set up relief of the surface of each fruit to "For Uw Alliance Is not Just mer Memorial I M4'' 'udt: tl .. various church calendar pert were necessary to narrow this outlays going not only lor the
operations. The death toll be affected discoloration Hien entsi It Is the will and hurch The speaker ,. Ol ode fleM. big Items of reconstruction and
nosed 5,000. which .Is DOt unsightly! The' estabUshmg h. lustre and the noble ambii John G. SUadle a m- Dr ttrsdlry will, deliver the Piano seeompanlmeitt was by refurnishing but also for med
The trip by Taylor and Huong of this minimum i 1 u of people people who minister from ISIS I'M! lie w sermon lies 1A'O' Mrs. Nancy Fisher and Mrs. ical cars and long-term needs
from Saigon underscored the grade requirement da s not kive opportunity and Incentive: was the (set pastor I. '" .' M King, the pastes, will preach Mary Iwtndell, assisted by growing out of the disaster
gravity of the situation and Its carry with It say r. quir m,:nt and they can make this West* the church while n w..," >i. the Worship Since Olenda Chllds and Sylvia Hsrrell Kelp hal bees extended allover
al Evening
effect on the Communist that the citrus fruit so graded ern Hemisphere sad, indeed ed on sixth street .< tMrthoditt directed the eonteetsMs.Master the southeastern stales
from spputatlvepsstorsl
wsr effort The prime ministerleft and -hipped be iprsyed or they ran make the entire world t"nun'h 1)ii retiring of Ceremony chores where the wind and water
a growing political crisis a better a healthier, s more mttnimental :; assigmnenl lait June were handled by Woodrow DaIly damage from the hurricanes:
irested 'al way \ wst t"urlng
in atiPf'
peaceful and a rr act safer Dr btradley has assumed the while David 'arrlllctCJII, COlI- estimated
behind In the capital to see J/t/ l was most violent It is
withcontinued the A S Beytner
This Is pur* a optional) i; Visitation ,y.
live la work of Minister of ass6YndsLc.cm
nrstJiand the devastating ef.fMts place: ( ale Tucker that by the end of Novemberthis
of almost two weeks of .( Oa Page (. .ol at the Beymer Church. sad ed as Judges in the contest particular relief work will
typhoons and torrential monsoon resides at WO Mb It NW He The tlons Club: also sponsors have been completed.> The over<
rains. has served the Florida > ua the Miss Auburndale 'on all total of expenditures, it Is
At a briefing In this coastal fence m .....bur'. Seminole lest, which will be held someCootiauod now figured, will exceed $1,

city W! miles north of the cap. DEor ITRADIZY CoaUaued( On his t. Col. I) ( CM Page I, Col J) 000.000
ital, Taylor and Huong were ( the wrt:M jf tb, !.*, sent -
told that the death toll la the
Be''s!'.f Mi .1'' rrh'red
three hardest hit provinces at .
l I" M xlst!
ready has reached 4,570.The iVM
bur ? 'aWitrd! M
American bnleiagoffcerattached
to the BA mllltar- wit : hsrti r members,
advisory group for the Vietnamese Final' j"< up>ing modest t.
Army's 1 Corps,said 1,500 frsnii' MnMlure dowirowa
persons were believed to have } the congrefsUun to mil mew
died la Qumng Tram Province ed I* Ks brlrk dike M 5N
where the weather took Its Sixth X SW which was pur tws Teti
heaviest toll There were at abased by Central Bsptist Is)
least 1,370 dead la Quang TU WJ2-
Province and 1,000 U QutngNral Two titer Methodist

Province, the officer said.It Cbufthes. have bone .....aell.dfr. '
that the __
was etnphaslud
.. the fleyer
did lICIt cover equallyhardJJt -
figures '
Methodist osiMsvendsl
DIM Province Just
Ha ,
DM sad 81 I m 1't
sooth of the I Corps area. em'. t
where an estimated 100,000 John s MfthedM on Cypress
Vietnamese were homeless The Carded Hoed during reteatyrars
Vietnamese Defense lilolstrv to i K imf He.i*rlel is
kip reported at least 10 ooe of the beet ilMnbe* W
dead la Hob Dinh. the f"'unda> l _.,..* .as MMSloosrv \
Overall, more thaa one mat xp iI'"''
Iloa person are believed home.less A than '11Itw grevadswin
hungry tad threatened by ix Ovid uiday .t the easy
cI1I.... elusion of the Mvreisg. Worship t
Taylor told aewsme the big. ( ommittv chsissnea. lot '
pit problem facing the a the llomMtMnkH otesftos llTtkM: 9
ea cooBtnatde was t the danger .
of epidemic la tile send three are Mrs Joha Poland Mr d.
Iw Clsewertk.. Mrs Rite
to aft weeks. There already \ y
were reverts Isolated case. sn Mass. H''r is8 Mers, A6ar -

of trpbo knwr.I '.,: .. .. Locfchsn Mrs T T Dick, -- - -

jfc Air force places today ...,,-,. '. .';....,....;" ...'" : but*. Mrs 'Assets Newiaad. LITTLE MISS AUIU NDAl!. Ofee leetims, seated es".er, was crowned Little
food suppliesto i OMIM*. sad Rice
began panchutlag flood.waters. Jerry MI'IS AvWftdele l gad ,"I,M out ol ,.,...eI field .f 7| entries Faith Parsons, last year's
vtfagus surrounded By HUE DEVIL IONFIRI-Streets from Winter Heve HioK. School 1.ld. bonfire el and WoUcxd. .
wiener pieces the crown CM the wi""., s heed. Sunsets up are,. Debbie Sutton, left, thirdeven.
and Bvedtcls
Food ia*
the. Nevthoete! SHepo,.j Center lest night' U bens .... oU .prs! .f Jefferson K9h New parsmMsts toe er (Its Mitchell second Irons fourth Debbie Squires second from
Into air urtps la tteainterlaads lip; .ft. tenses up ,
poured at
School ., the .. Devils tab the Jefferson !:) stS e"r.1 Sanrtusry Ul M prelected
: t.p. ) w we r.,01t. IM9M Uniford
second '
where la&dln.wre the MorsuiM Wt: sltip., ;c.a right rvnnof lip' sled Deb,. rI9..... first runner up.Univen1 .
pcIU1Ire. (.d;.m .t I o clock in the Hen+CHfilinj Game


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Friday, Noverrr 1- ,


Attorney Seeks SettlementOf Lions See I '

I Baker Suit For $30,000 t Film On 11. F

The program at ( ) "
WASHINGTON (UPI>-An at. ment and that the agreement/ I F
I I'jus club, last
torney handling a $300,000 cult had been kept secret until alt.'r ,,st H! of showing of ) 1 ,
against former Senate aide the Nov. elections NewsvtuH i
unerv Progress
Robert G. (Bobby) Baker is magazine reported this a lev r" xWA he Industrial 1
confident an ouUof.court settle days ago, Baker also subs hey/, many manufacture. i
ment will be reached before the quently denied It.
I" those used to
suit comes to trial. Car i 11 I
n e r said the dollar pick; and aectlonUe
David Carliner counsel for amount of a settlement was vegetables.First t,,
Capitol Vending Co., Insisted In still under discussion H* Indl.sated vice pre
an interview with United Piece he felt
the final figure
lioyle, who presided t i
International Thursday that he would be more than $30,000. '
ence '
had not been subjected to If a settlement I s
any reached!
I e Gat-o-Rama: 1* t ,
White House pressure to terml. sod the suit 1* dropped, the > 1.a i ig saturday. November '
nat. the civil damage suit need would be eliminated for 1 S He also urged
against Baker. "There has been public testimony that could pro.vide rdt sell fruit cake :
no pressure on me," h* said. ammunition to Republican v t hand for the holiday
Carliner said there had not critic of Baker' activities. ucI

yet been agreement on the dot. Carliner disclosed that be. l ,
t '
lar amount of a settlement. He cause of legal disagreementswith ll Lake I 0k
said negotiations were still un. Baker' attorneys over oW 0a
der way with Baker's attorneys, what sort of testimony shouldbe Guests of Mr.and
but "I am confident we will taken, none of the witnesses on Mlncey and Mr. I'a
reach a settlement" In the case so far have testl. r Douglas Cook of I'a
Capitol Vending contended fled or given deposition under are Mrs. J. R. I'C
Baker accepted money to ob. oath. son Wilton of Rocky I't
lain for It a contract with Mel. Mr. and Mr.
par, Inc., a Falls Church Va.electronics of Lake Alfred i
Capitolsaid i DUNDEERobert F
firm Veterans Day,the ,
Baker subsequently used The steep rooftnm| and a <'anal give th ,oily lit, l.iurntlxmrs an Old World look meeting of the 1 i I
his influence to have Capitol Dye Is newly ar toted Engineers of World
machines ousted from the Atlantic Coast Line dep' igent at the borne of Mr. 1S
plant. The contract later was at Dundee. Transferrlh her GOP Emerges Ralph Hubbell of
given to Baker's own vending from Babies City Dye replacesC. First Christian Church Mr. and Mr.
firm, Serv.U Corp. L, Strandberg who transferred From ElectionIn ner left by plane this I
Capitol's suit triggered a po. to Palmdale.Mrs. 30 day business trip c
litlcally explosive inquiry by the The BlackNEW east Airlines of :
Senate Rules Committee Into C. Davidson was her Gets An AirConditionerAir
Gardner Is a
Baker's outside business actlvi. from Port Charles for a taw
YORK ((UPI) The first stop after AP
lies while a IU.80fca.year Sen. day visit with her mother, Republican party emerged
coast will be
ale employe. The committeeplane Mrs. C. M. Porter, while Mr. conditioning !the Educational unanimously agreed to under- from the election in the black, An 89-year-old ( )
to resume hearings Porter accompanied Davldsen building of the First take the project. Ways and but the contributions that enabled Harriet Bedell
Dec. 1.CarUner. back to Port Charles for some Christian church will be only Meant Chairman Mrs. King it to do so were receivedtoo ess of the
denied that Capitolhad fishing. half the project for members Reeves outlined several pro late to be spent, in a "rea. addressed the
agreed to a 130,000 settle. of the Victory class that they "
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gall- posed money raining projects sonabl way, Republican Na. Methodist Church
away, here from Cross City, thought It would be becauseof to get the necessary funds It tional Chairman Dean Burch ing this week.
wr weekend guest at the the gift of an unidentified Is estimated that approximately said Thursday. She talked of her f
Civilian Pilot home of Mr. and Mrs. CeoUia donor of 13: ton unit being $2,500: will be neededto Burch said the CoOP "didn't work with Indian
Dooher. taken from a building now be- Install the conditioner run what I would call a chintzy Arctic circle
ing demolished. and duct work campaign. We ran a well-fU Florida. She has a
Recent guests of Mr.and Mrs. King Reeves told class nanced, well. organized cam. of humor and
Down In OceanCHARLESTON Leon Scarborough and son members at a meeting this The building, a two-story paign. So I think we spent no living relatives,
were Mr. and Mr*. Paul Clan- enough money."
week that a member of the combination fellowship hall, outlook, she says,
ton and sons of Winter Garden In a radio interview Burch
church had learned the unit kitchen and Sunday School from being lonely.
S.C. (UPI- said, "we ended up with a sur.
classrooms, was erected In She resides at
An Air Fore plane left the A' Randy Ivey was here from was for sale and Inquired 1949. The church's: old taac plus of money toward the end Inn In Davenport,
Winter Haven for weekendvisit
a It. When the
tension Islands early today to about owner was of the campaign. But we didn't tlrment home of the
and classrooms
resume a vigil over an American with his grandparents,Mr. told a church: was Interested tuary were get It soon enough so we could
civilian pilot floating aloneIn and Mrs. Toy Ivey and son Allen In the two.year-old air conditioner demolished and a new $125,000 properly manage to spend It in Church.address She church says I I

the tropical Atlantic on a 20. he immediately said he sanctuary was erected on the a reasonable way. will provide I
man raft. Ask Mr. and Mrs. R. A. would donate It If someone same site In 1958 The now, Burch was interviewed at her.

The pilot Lowell Thompson Richardson, and they will teU would get it moved from Us building I. air-conditioned but Montego Day, Jamaica, wherehe Mr*. VIa Johnson
of Spokane, Wash., ditched his you that the residents of Dun- present location In Mulberry the unit Is not adequate to tie was conferring with Sen.Bar. gram chairman, and
Cessna 1S2, apparently because dee are among the kindest, most Forty members who attended in the remaining portion of ry Goldwater and Rep. William Luke gave the
of mechanical trouble, about generous people found any the meeting at tho home of the building( Miller, top men on the GOP refreshments were
ISO mile from the Ascension where. Mr and Mrs. J. P. Gunter ticket
Islands early Thursday morn. When the Richardson's rented Clan members will under- Burch said he did not think
Ing. The islands are about mid. home in Senlc Hlght, was take a number of projects at that spending all money in the
way In the South Atlantic between destroyed by fire on Nov. 10, the annual Citrus Parade and GOP war chest "would have
Brazil and Africa. all their household furnishingsand AWARDNEW Showcase In March, and will made any big difference" e
A freighter In the area was clothing were completly YORK (UPI) Th sponsor one or more of their
on Its way to pick up Thomp. destroyed. But the people of Pierre Charles Mission Book bow-famous community wide .'l 'IIflh: : f'ffflMTOVNEW :
son, who was oa a flight from Dundee were lOOn offering a Award. named after.. the,JaW roartjfbeef dinners during the YORK 'UPI- -- Chap-
Recife until to the Ascension helping hacil.Dulletln: telling of Jesuit theologian for. Ui&j35t." "tourist'*es on. IIIk lalni at Memorial Hospital In
Islands when he ditched his air. the need, were sent home by the mission publication of J9Gl was k ''''::1:* K Long Beach Calif are on 24- i
craft. ** school children, Vacant house awarded recently to ihe.Bcv">;:' 'i1 e'project lot oft to a good hour call for "potential sui
Three Air Pore planes found was located, and several people Louis J Luzbetak of the Society start at the meeting when I tides." the Rev' Robert Bunter
Thompson about two hours after began soliciting donations, \ of the Divine Word, for his White Elephant sale netted rtpotta In The Religious News 1'F
he set down In the ocean. while a pickup truck was made book The Church and Cultures $41. weekly
H* appeared to be In good condition available to transport larger -- An Applied Anthiopol- Serving a project of the Long
and waved to pilots of Items. The Red Cross helped, OilY for the Religious Worker." To complete the evening Beach Area Council I) of
the search planes, the Air and soon the famllys' basic The Rev Franklin J. Ewing the class member grilled Churches. Chaplain Gunter
Fore said needs were supplied. However S J.. made the award in ceremonies steaks on Shltth.kabobi at the conducted a survey which
H* was sitting In a small lire any further donation will be at Fordham University Gunler Lake Winter nt showed 168 "suicide attempts
raft when spotted The Air appreciated. Clothing sizes 1 he sward-wlnning book attempt home. AIII.tlnho Gun ten were brought to the hospitallast
Fore dropped him a 20 man needed are, ladles size 18;mens to show the unity found as hoot were Mr. and Mrs year Eight out of ten live s
raft with food and other supplies tae 32-33 trousers boy's size In the diversity of mankind Louis Stuck Mr and Mr*. some warning before the attempt $
and circled him In relays, I, and girl sizes 10 and 12.Any says Father Luebetak. The Junior Ream and )Ir. and -a cry fr help. he said
waiting for the freighter Robin one wishing to give any Item theologian emphasizes unity of Mrs. F. It DcCbambcau Aa a result of Ms study the
Sherwood. may leave them at City Hall the Church, he says, while anthropology Long Beach Cou II Is working
No reason was given for the FIre Station for delivery to the tells of the diversityof toward support of a Suicide
ditching Richardson family. mankind Prevention Center In the citySee

us. UlB deliver :

n full-sized Chrysler for just '

a few dollars a month more

than some small cars.

Thafi not hot air.i Thafi a fact. Seven Chrysler Newportmodeli

are actually that low priced. And every one of themIs 'JiI'.

I big-a! beautiful 18.foot, two-ton Chrysler with a 383-cubic-

Inch V8 as standard equipment. Like the pitch? Then com in and one the

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l-nday, November 13. 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, KQ3IPA[ Paige Three


I If Police Thieves ([The Weather--Local State And National] Revival Set At Beymer Church conducted Mrs. BUI the Kliott meeting welfare Unitarians Set

Holds Regular chairman, retorted on the asrvia Talk Sunday By
project completed during

H w Inwood ChurchThe Supper Meeting die pact month. George Gerlach
Running Race COGS o The Rev Rodney Johnson
+ associate mtoiator Introduced.
lawood Church of Jean Wesley Fellowship Ooori Oerlaoh of winter
?* # Christ located at the corner of Clan of the BeywmMemorial the speaker the Rev. Wayne) Haven will be the speaker Sunday -

For Jewels ; ,CM, and Mth Street with Mrthodlst Church held their. Laagford of Lakeland who lethe at ton a.m, atOMLakeReR-
assistant director of Methodiit
: c services Sunday. regular covered dish supper ton Unitarian-unlversllat Fellowship -
w The Rev Billy H. Tummond meeting last nighin the serial youth work for the State :3140 Troy Ave. li

MIAMI (UP) Police ap. |aator, ammmeed today that the hall The Rev Laagford spoke on Lakeland
parently are running a rope i .*.. Clarence E. Hand of Those serving as hosts were the Methodist Youth Camp atLeeahurg For his avbtect. Gerlach taehoaon

with thieves in their efforts to ,74 4j. .. Tampa, will ooMtact the *.rand Mr and Mrs Bill Elliott. Mr He stressed the Im "The Dynamic of Our Re.
recover the priceless MAT of FAIR + f9e. ,/ *..*, the public la eordta1Iy and Mrs Ed Jewett Mr. and pertaoce of the camp's Christine Wes:.

India sapphire and other gems tovtted. Mrs Jim M_ Mr. and Mn activities In the live of Visitors are invited to cometo
stolen from the Museum of Natural Special music and singers are Charles German and Mn the many youths who attend\ the ohurch sorvtCM, and to

History in New York. ... ... alee sctieduled.Service Marge Gondeae He highlighted Mi commentsby remain afterward for coffee ont

Ion Dade reported County Thursday Metro laveetiga that two .I :1 .R/,/ at 7.-SO o'cbM* will*. begin nightly Dick Wotford preside!t. showing slide of the camp the patio

atocking-hooded thugs waylaid t
rtends of two suspect In the
cue and demanded "Where' Bd

the Star? Where' the Star?"* r

Two of the suspect already 1kvs 1;
charged with the crime and free
on bond Alan Kuhn and Jack WARM W J

Murphy, have until Nov. 18 for
a hearing here before peace

Justice\ Hugh Du Val. Du Val rescheduled 13CI fei.rs.a.

the hearing Thursday
after the two appeared before SHOW!' AND SHOWERS -Heavy snowfall U being recorded In Nevada Utah, Idaho, Wyoming .
him with their attorney, and and Washington. Thundershower are forecast for the Northern Plateau the Ohio and Mississippi
were In a Jovial mood. Valleys and the Appalachians, The midwest Is atlll suffering from Its worst drought in recent II

Investigator Paul Morgan said history ,0
'." the friends of Kuhn and Murphy ,
,' who were robbed by the Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK Temperatures ; U

hooded thugs were Mr. and

Mrs. Richard Pearson and Mr. Fair through tomorrow. High: By United Press International
and Mrs. Edward F. Holliday. PANHANDLE today in the low 110'.. Low tonight LOOK-ALIKE PAJAMASIN

n The robbers bound and gag in the 80'.. Mostly southeast -
ged the four people Wednesdayat Considerable cloudiness and to south winds 8 to 12 Low High:
the Pearson home, Morgan mild through Saturday. Occasional miles per hour. Albuquerque la 61AGanla ,<

said, then ransacked the home showers and thundershowers 51 13 FIOLLYIEDOR

and took a diamond ring valuedat and today and tonight.High Five-Day ForecastFive Birmingham 110 'tt
today In the 70's low tonight ,
about 15,000 and $360 In Boston 4'7 55 ,Jt,
62 to 68. Southeast winds
cash. Kuhn said the robbers
10 to 18 miles hour. day forecast for penlrw Chicago 44 ee
beat Holliday "within an Inch of per Cleveland .1 lIS STRIP
solar Florida for period begin CANDY S
Denver 30 55
NORTHWESTPartly nlng 7 a.m. Saturday and end. \
Kuhn himself wu given a
Detroit 10 sa
Ing 7 a.m. Thursday:
I police escort home Thursdayand Satur. Jacksonville 82 80
cloudy through Sat. Temperatures through
a policeman entered his 1
Kansas 43 1111
apartment ahead of Kuhn to urday. High today about 80, low day are expected to average 4 Los Angeles: GO al
tonight near 60. Variable wind.mo.Uy to 8 degrees above seasonal
check for assailants.At .
possible Miami lIS 12
southerly B to 12 miles normals with little day to day
the before Du 4 ,
appearance change. Normal high and Miami Deach n 80 v yr
'Val, the attorney for the twosuspects per hour. low range from nand.. Twin Cities "G1 '
said they were not the New Orleans U.l
NORTHEAST extreme north Florida to 81
thieves wanted for the museum and 69 extreme south No significant New York n tla -
robbery, in which precious Orlando 87 as:
rainfall U expected.BerlinYail .
Fair through Saturday High
stones were taken valued at Philadelphia 51 10
today around 80, low tonight:
around $400,000. A third man Phoenix n 87
about 60 winds
i was arrested in New York a* a mostly southerly Raleigh 115 75
5 to 12 milts hour. (
per '
suspect.Concentrate St. Louie U 70

r San Francisco U 118 %
CENTRALFair Seattle sa .2 / 4
110 11 Ia.V _
through Saturday. High Closes UntilChristmas Tampa
n 'fIS
today low 80'., low tonight 60'*. Washington t
Frozen concentrated orange Mostly southeast to southeastto "

juice inventory at the windupof south winds S to 12 miles )
business last Saturday was per hour. Prince Charles ",
13,171,155 gallons a Florida

Canners Association report released SOUTH I''
today Indicates. BERLIN (UPI) The Com.

At the same time last season Fair through Saturday. High munUt wall was closed at mid. 16 TomorrowLONDON ,
Florida processors' on hand today about 82, low tonight near night, not to reopen again until

were 28 per cent higher, according 70. East and southeast wind the Christmas season I II
to FCA Executive Vice 8 to 15 mile per hour. About 600,000 persons passed
(UPO-Sturdy, mop. ,
President Warren Savant, at through the antl-refugee barrier
haired Prince Charles, heir to
18,418,123 gallons. KEYSFatrtnrough for one day visits to their relatives .
turns 16 Sat*
the British throne
Last week's movement of I1C2.5E6 ,- e in the : East during the
r His apparently are \
urday. eyes :
gallons raised the season's Saturday met last two weeks.
u set on a naval career like his
M total to GI.l tI.90. 1) today 84, low tonight 72. Southeast A pas agreement negotiatedthis father's.He .
per cent lower than for the first fall allow West Berliner
and west wind 10 to 15 has yet to be formally
49 weeks of last season. miles hour. five vI.ltsa year, Including two
invested of Wale
a* prince
Movement in retail sizes at Christmas and one each at
This will come In a solemn
was 911,292 gallons for a sea Easter Pentecost and in No. 1'\
colorful In
son's total of 44,139,383 some NEW YORK lUPH) The vember. ceremony an.et.nt
Caernarvon Castle In
10 per cent lower than a year outstanding visible feature of Family reunion ended In
Wales. The could be
ago. the two great tower which help tearful farewell last night But ceremony .
scheduled for the coming :year ... ", ,.
support the record 4260-foot this time there was tome sot.ace
but most observers think Queen
III main span of the new Vera. In the knowledge that the
Elisabeth will wall until hereon ..II
cano-Narrowa Bridge linking separation need not be of Indrf.
Challis Marshall has turned 17.
New York borough of Rich. inlte length.
The will be from
prince away
mond and Brooklyn. 1* their Few IWrllllera returning from
fer ell y.u home for Ms birthday spendinghis
STAn IAIM height Rising 690 feet above the Communist Zone seemed
usual at
AUTO Saturday sports
water level, they are taller than perturbed by a warning that
LI FE'i\.. and holly! pursuits, the regular
moat of Manhattans skyscrapers West Berlin must close Its of.
& FIRE .. flee for exchanging East and routine at Cordonstoun his
school In Scotland. There will
'"Iu.uee 'NSURANUHHh Each tower according to West German currency. be the traditional birthday cake I j
One Western mark worth
Bethlehem Steel Company contain
sent from Buckingham Palace,
about 25 cents buys three CastGermany
about 64 million pound. and probably telephone talks
251 Magnolia Are., S.W. marls on the free
or 27,000 ton of lteeor more with the Queen and other member
Acr.il 're" E.ch..ae l.*k than Is generally required to market here But the Commu. of the family. Otherwise It ,
nlsts have set an artificial rate
Phone 294.4256 build a modern 60-story skyscraper of one.for.one. will be a pretty normal school

Communist authorities said day.
Charles Is proving an apt awl
West Berlin visitors carried"II.
Starts Sunday "YOUNGILOOD HAWKE"with serious student He recentlypassed
legal" Eastern marks Into Cast
Jemei Frsncium Berlin and warned this could the general certificateof
education elimination which 4'j I .,
ROIERT MOST '..'> She weld I It nil tf willies ,..,1.1< I jeopardize the pas agreement. all unierslty-aspiring young 4
wets willing .. we,k, th. red will!*! t. l Iii tens;' sters must lake. No official an. 4

Church Of God nouncement of his showing was
TONITE IS THE NIT! TO GO OUT TO THI MOVIES! made, but report were that

Names SpeakerDr. Chart bad excellent mark la ''-... ..,
OPEN 12:45: P.M. ConHmiom Show from 1:00 P.M. all hi* major subjects) Including\ -

English, history, Mathematics
SUNDAY md SATURDAY L. T. Gulp, outstanding (reputedly his weakest subject),
OPIN Ii4( P... CwwiMM Skews. .... a P.... MON. rim *IL minister In the Church of Cod, geography and French. AreMa, !!
at the Lake [
will be the speaker According to present plans, E@
Alfred Church of Cod nest Sunday
far I known the Prince
Now Showing 0'LoA M a* *
1 (ij1 morning and evening. will remain at Cordonstoun, the
ln J TODAY HtraSATURDAY The public U cordially Invited. WOMEN
nonsene. school his father FOR MEN, BOYS FOR GltlS

I Prince Philip also attended for

another year or so.

FRIDAY AT 110 i:II ':10 f.M. UNION CITY NJ Th from there to a naval career. ,

SATURDAY AT 1:10 iilO f 21 P.... Sign a national Catholic magazine After Gordcmstoua, he would
reports that even before ".It"' for the admiralty Inter

R the Poverty Bill Economic Opportunity view\ given all prospective ca
NEY'l.' N SEENI.COLOR Act of It..) became dear 10 \test their qualifications
All law. If national Catholic agen- u officers. 3.992.99

else. mostly afflHated' with the
National Catholic Welfare Conference

C016 met frequently to plan 1of .
a total response to the nerd Rev. Gailin men'., women I hoyi, ,irh'

and opportunities covered In

..... the actThe To Speak
group are united la the On el me ioKr-***Meet we've teen in o tote while I Holly"" herry red to sal the moodor
FRIDAY AT 1:00 e I:10.21: -M. National Catholic Coordinating the toppe; togMfcevMM event of (he entire y..*. T.Iot...* SATURDAY AT >1:20: a 4:40 a ica: P.MfBeyT Committee The Rev, Robert CaOla win ched. ..Ia.
on Economic Oq v4' tnioortl tombed t Mon b' e dclofh wtm oN mota sass double" '
,""f Opportunity. which ha prepared be the gun speaker at the whored tenons, peaty.. ...iIt... (Omsri one* cuff hovnd with cenfretfMif, piping Cheese

: id+etkaroptesitrsMSprooi NISI a handbook opening with Wabneta First Assembly of Cod Qnly .I red or red t. dy cone sn pas en nw.white. A's fvn I*eI..,. oNie, .....ekld. ,
I the sentence 'Our nation U at Ctarck Sunday at 1 p.m.
B rtltii5rfttM'TfcoiBeair .a'.-. war on poverty The The Re, Gulls U the lato I 34 stints
man said the purpose of the Tout Director tad the Mew's @ LOOK YOUNG..BE YOUNG. .SHOP BILK'S'I
Cofrmltu I* to make It possible Fellowship leader. Shopping )

'or the Catholic community in Tb "". Barney Owalt
'Stl Oda'----- ;tie united Mates to assume Its pastor extend to all a cordial Days ToChristmas

_____. 4 full role In ffehtanf poverty Invitation.


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W I RYNEMON tit**.r..Wltk.r demonstrations
LYLE WILSON Barry QoWwater did, of The argument continues i irace Ie
JOHN w. RTNtltSON Au..tut te the PvUtthwrMith r .
United Press International course, lead the Republican Japanes left winters against .

.4 daily' (..c*, S..wd.yl. 'byh.. Whiter H*.Ml MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Bel. The liberal Republicans who party Into a .......... of calam.Ity tilt visit of the U,{. nuclear On tilt one band are the ml-

Publishing C" l Ise lit I Ird S r..t. NW. Wises. H.... FWid. are demanding that the Cold It would be too muck to ex. submarine Sea Dragon to Jastn tag Liberal Democrats favorm>

CHARLES COSHOKN ....ol M...*., Analyst water party leadership walk the peel that the party would<< ac. reflects a deep political and close ties with the Uncle'i
plank are tile same ofUbotted cept coldwater a* Its leader emotional split within the country States, Including a mutual ,j if.

JACK IEAHAN A.ml te tditer AN ARIZONA CLEMTMAN "It ts tor this reum I owld Republicans who goofed everypresidential Into the future. But It te equal that had Its beginning on fens pact.

M.nltTt SPEAKS OUT ON Tint V.... not 'dedicate,' as you pat it, aWCII'1IIfp contest save one I ly too much to expect that the July e, 18110. Ranged on the other are 'III i.
PETER J SULLIVAN Ad .Hi hn service for tie Onkted since 19M. soft boiled party men who deserted On that date the late Geo. Socialists who favor closer t tie I ,

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE "The fool bath Mid In hU NattoM, or even to world petee, The liberals won U I Ha.. to the storm eUar dur. Douglas MacArthur paned a with the Communist nations

Shannon 1 A....l.te>, Inc Ck ic.,.. III heart, There I. no God.-- face the only proper object of with Dwight D. Eisenhower lag the 1964 presidential cam.. letter which authorised tile Japan and a neutral and disarmed Japan
Psalms CIV. I. Christian worship is Almighty feats of no political magic palm should be rewarded now *** to set up a national security Naturally, their position .s
Entered ., 5....d Cl.. Mill M...., S.pt 4. n4 l .t tk. ,..* Office Cod Be assured whatever. General Ike would force of 79,000 men.MacArtltlll' .
Temp, Arizona hu at least pray with the party command also supported by Japanese
I I. Winter H..... florid. radii. *.f .f Much 2. H7t
for com
one clergyman who U not afraidto world peace and harmony have been a shoo-In running asa Establishes Fact supreme Com mUftl.tI.

.... pak out In plain words his under God's law every Sunday Democrat or you name It. Despite tile enormity of the mander of Allied occupation A Japanese high in his CIIII: ( i>
-: "' MEMIER AUDIT BUREAU opinion of the United Nations.He But not at the price of sub- Strike the Eisenhower land. 1964 defeat and the COP'S forces In Japan, acted under try's defense councils remark'

(@'' ,_ Of CIRCULATIONS makes his point very clear merging our distinctive Christian slides from the Republican record gloomy immediate prospects the pressure of the Communist to this correspondent not in,

... .... without any dilly-dallying andIt character: Into an amalgam and what have you got? the election returns establishedan attack on South Korea which ago that the Japanese, with :the
Is unfortunate w* do not of world 'religious faith" You have a party that stead. important fact. It was this: hail started on June 25. memory of Hiroshima sill!

MEMIER have more clergymen Ilk him United Nations Week has lly has been going down the There are a great many mil. For the United States and vivid, react to questions of vat
Active .. ."'"., UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL all over tilt United States. If come and gone without earthshaking drain since Its leadership seized lions of political conservatives MacArthur it was an act of mil. or peace emotionally Instead "I i

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Tk. Un.t.d. Pr.u I I. .t.tl.d. te the ire this could be, the American consequences one way caboose position In the parade In the United States who are Itary expediency rationally.
ASSOCIATION '.' r.,ubn..tin ., all I.e.I' .... pi"t. people would have at least one or the other. But we suspect of Democratic: dealers, fron. eager to put a conservative In For the Japanese who had Certainly emotions have rule
If.4 eIn ki. **w.* '.r .. will .. .11 UPIADVERTISING ray of hope In that we would Mrs Van Arsdell's requestfell tlersmen and such It Is a sor. the White House com to accept their no war debate over Japan's mllitar

N.w. Dup.lck.i.i forever be an Independent nation on barren soil, for the very ry record of second class lead. Coldwater and the other party constitution and Its Article 9 as links with the United States aril'

DEADLINE under Cod. good reasons given by the Rev. ershlp pedestrian presidential conservatives accepted their the guidepost for all time, Mac. they ruled the demonstration's

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT: from the Arizona Republican Mr. Harris" E. Q. candidates and dismal defeat own rejection in 1960 and ral. Arthur's letter required a drastic against the submarine Sea

ly th, Ward.: I ,..... ',evi.; ", Dry. ly the 'Inch 2 ,..... ',evl.", Day "Madeline Van Arsdall lied around the soft-boiled Republican and overnight change in Dragon.

L.".l, N.TIC..: t P..... Pr..1.l "i D.,. Sunday. Edition> D..dlm., : Friday. an Indefatigable supporter of ticket consisting of thinking. Disregarding political left ,'aright i

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: the V. N. causes was In charge: Richard M. Nixon and Henry Article 8 declared: that "Th there is within Japan
Sunday. Ed; i.n-1 P.M. Thursday. : Monday. E"iti.1 P.M. Friday. ; of for Religion In Americaboom Cabot Lodge. When the soft Japanese forever renouncewar a
Tv.tj.y Ediri.n. -Na.n Saturday. ; W.....,...", Thursday. aid. Frid.y arrangements Arizona'sobservation u a sovereign right of the deep seated pacifism as demon
boiled ticket lost to the K.nne-
Edit:*,,.-1 P.M. T.. Days In Ad..*nc.. of United Nations nation Land sea and air Jtrated by a 1963 public opinion
dy family thrust the conservatives ,
Week October 18-24. ,
By LOUIS CASSELS can be seen In member poll which showed that fewer
M.mbr. S.ulK.rn N'.'".'.' ,.."Ii.h.,. A...o.lien On of her efforts to promote United Press International ship statistics which have been determined that they forces as well as other war potential than half of those questioned

Member Fl.nd Puss A...el.tl.n the United Nations was For nearly 15 years following Increasing recent, years at a should have their own overdue tamed will never be main. favored a Japanese defense

TELEPHONE CYpr... 12lfl letter, presumably sent to all the end of World War II, rate slightly less than the over. chance at the prize.M.th.maUcal for MacAr.thur' fore*.
Arizona clerym.n: urging themto churches had It pretty easy. all growth In population. fairness '\1&. The argument 9 This deep pacifism, combined
hold "special religious services They didn't have to go out But the most dramatic evidence !. gests that maybe the conserva. action was that article: with a manpower shorten!
dedicated to world and search for lost Elves should have several more did not rule out self defense created by Japan's .
peace sheep It is a sharp decline In the expandlng
A Thought For Today"And and the role the United Nations was sufficient to throw open the number of Infant baptisms re. chances before being waved to The argument against it was industry, has prevented .
the showers After all the soft that with a stroke of his pen
In gate of the ,
can play achieving this sheepfold and count corded by several major Protes. even Japan's relative!)
MacArthur had wiped out article
goal." them u they poured In. tant denominations. boiled Republicans were losing small defense forces from'

She suggested: "Thtre couldbe Nearly everybody It seemed The Methodist magazine for elections for years without 9 and opened the way to rebirth reaching full strength and air:

He (God) has put all things under Hu statements and prayers forth was Joining a church. Member ministers, Christian Advocate: being required to surrender of Japanese militarism ously dented their morale.

(Christ's) feet and gaze (appointed) Him to be head United Nations for the ship figures soared at a rate this week published a compre.henslve party leadership.It .
church: bulletins and the local three times as fast as popula. "' study of baptism stalls. Is quite obvious, lIow.ver.
oven all things to the Church, which is His body, the tlon that the Republican party requires ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
press and U J literature could: growth Sunday schools tics conducted by the Rev Lyle
fullness of Him U'hilltth all in all"[ be distributed' were so swamped with children E. Schaller. Here are some of new leadership Obvious

-Eph. 1:22-23 We think the United Nations they had to schedule double his findings: also 1s that no Republican lead.
needs all the prayers It can sessions and hold classes In the er who bolted the Coldwater. WDIO.TY WFLA.TY wm.TY WTY1'.TYC"'MI
The believer sees Christ exalted and commits get, but w* are bemused at the hallways In the Methodist Church Miller ticket this' year or who S C..1f. I Cheneel. 9 Ch."ttlll

himself to Him, and knows that all his interests are Idea of urging Christian pastors Some churchmen called It a the largest Protestant denomt. gave It no more than faint CIS Nle. ARC CIS..
Oreede. ,..... Ort..4. T. ,.
praise would be to
safe in His hands. Dr. Albert L. Carnett to pray for an organizationthat religious revival Others said nation which practices Infant acceptable
can't pray to God Itself. that belonging to a church iad baptism-the number of babies Republican conservatives NIGHT Nov. 13
Mrs Van Arsdall added a fillip become a social asset-a way baptized declined from 212,799in Sabotage Softies Friday

to her letter by requesting"a of meeting people In a new 1959 to 163,372! In 1963-a The Republican conservativescould _
report of any .rvice or program community-or simply a tad drop of 32 per cent over a four and probably would sabo.tage i:00-N.wi N.w h.". AIC N.., Pats* New
News Chief Editorials which you htve." Perhaps there was some year period. the presidential campaign i:11-Sotrft. Wtk.r W.tth.r New. Weather S.....,. Wlk.r
of any son boiled leader who 4:10-CIS New NSC News Tk. Big Me"i. CIS N.w.
We don't kr.owbow most of the truth to both viewpoints. Any. During this period he notes,
:41-C1S N... NSC News W. Wen CIS New
state's churchmen answeredthis one who witnessed the church there was no significant change might now be Imposed on them

Tomorrow request for religious services boom close.up could see that In the number of babies born Why not? Many soft-boiled Republicans 7:0o-L.u" ci l 0. 010ce Shan/."" TI. Iti".", ,"
Big Legion Day In behalf of th* agnostic there was a lot of superficialityIn In America each year. boycotted the Coldwtu 7,11W.tt imp "Rerun .f Gillt't 1t.I..d The Eflamee

United Nations Nor do we know It. On the other hand, he also Disinterest In Church ter campaign 7So-R..hi" The Fly" Joh.. GarO.1d. Rawhide

how many reported back on their could see that many people had The Rev Mr. Schaller says What the Republicans had 7:4I-R.whi" melt Halsey Jennifer Jeees Rawhide
Tomorrow, the members of Frkrson-Nichols Post efforts. But do have to church seek. the baptism statistics better come up with In a hurry
w* a copy come sincerely clearly Oo-R..hi" Vincent Price The L5 ....,,1. Rawhide. .
8. The American Legion, will dedicate their new home of letter to Mrs Van Arsdell Ing a faith to live by, point to "growing disinterest, In Is a compromise on the party 1:11-Rawhide I.. Office The Ii0 Mcvli Rawhide.

which is located on the north side of Lake Silver It from the Rev. Thad Harris, Appears Over the church by many young leadership. It Is not necessarythat .:,o-Th. Daey Themes Addame Family The
rector of the Epiphany Church Whatever it was-revival or American parents." either faction love the 1:41- Entarleinen Special Addem. Family Enlarseiicn
is a beautiful home in and it is certain. compromise leader But It Is
every respect, In Temp, Arizona, Mr. Harris fad-It appears to be over.
ly a credit to the community.. Not only will the Legion said: People are still Joining and "Perhaps It is not a new at. very necessary that neither side e:00-Th* Danny Themes VnUntln Day The
tltude, but only a new social hates or despises him. :11-:| Ent.H.in.n Sp.ci.l V.l.ntln. Day Ent.rUln.ri
naires and members of the Auxiliary use it for all of "I cannot as a leader of a attending churches, as they ..t.w.Y' climate," he suggests "Per. There are not many such. ':10-Cmr Pyl* Jack '..n, I20CI.I G.m.r ,,1.
Christian have and will.
congregation, give always
their functions but also will haps In the 1950s the degree of First to mind probably wouldbe ':41- UtMC Jack ..iH it be available for towns. myself In any way to this en- But It's no longer "the thing _

people and outside groups to use, and in this way help deavor. The United Nations. to do." Those who have no real disinterest was the same sa today Nixon He did a big Job for |10:00-.i.: T..... Jack Pair CO'deck Mitt T......
has no common religious convictions Interest In religion! can not ignore but the pressures of con. Coldwater this year while such (10:11A".I. Jack Parr High America
the Post to pay for this. outstanding contribution to but Is characterizedeither It without fear of being formity forced many young people as Gov Nelson A. Rockefeller: 10:10-: ......t Jerk Pear F....,', '...*nl

our city. by paganism ranging subjected to social ostracUtatIon to give time and attentionto and Sen. Jacob K. Javtts, both 10:4i-Mm T...... Jack Pear_Das ter_Min Teenage

It has taken many years to realizerthli;; I dmuif )rhundreds ::-from. Buddhism: 'to the Idol worn"' ,...or even' to raise' eye- rites the of services the institutionalized, customs and der of New the York storm, were cellar quaking bunks.un.II.llnols' | |,00- Am.rle. New.. SH Wit N..a/i"/ Am.r|.t
'ship' of African' natlow.'crrank ,(rows. f 1,11-, P*,. of members of the Legion. 'At'one time the atheism of the Communist nations. The waning of the church church Today these pressures Charles H. Percy didn't 1 1:10-N.w. Umqhr Skew Sheik Th..*r* New. Spade

Post owned the land on which the Winter Haven lion- ." appear to have lessened" offend either side In the cam.. I 11 :4t-Sp.rti. Wthr T.niak> Skew tr.ch Theatre WtK.r, trtri.1
The deeper question wheth. palgn. He did worse Percy of.
pita) is now located but their community spirit piomp- er this' Is a development to be fended all hands by losing his Saturday MORNING Nov. 14

ted them to gin it as a much-needed site for the hos deplored, or whether In the long run for governor It he had

pital. They then got a downtown location and stayed The Lighter SideBy run It may lead to a sounderand been been elected, Percy might have 7:00-Sr.w.n The Unel. Red Ryder
more genuine religious re. everybody's candidate for
7,1 1- Almn true Skew N... Red. Ryder.
there for over 20 >eais This new building and location vlval. True religion has always leader of the COPMemories. 7:10-On* Way The Uncle RFO M d. Red Ryder

is the result of careful planning and execution by DICK WEST I'll guarantee It will make your flourished of freedom.best In the And atmosphere subtle 7:45- Minter mace She, Florida Red. Ryder

many numbers of the organization. Tomorrow the United Press International hangover disappear social pressures can be aalnl rn.. S.00-M,.'.. Mayer The Uncle Rama .( S..,.,"' ."

people of the Winter haven area are" all Invited to in- WASHINGTON (UP!) I But I wouldn't recommend leal to voluntary choice as IOV..rnm.nt S: I lr _"'i.; ", Mayer Iruc SkewS she Jungle S.."..", ...
spent Veterans Day eve with a that you order one for home :10-M."., Mayer The Uncle Pl.**> Fated W.lly 6i..r
sped this new facility-come see it; it ia a credit to bunch of old soldiers. The next consumption' because of the left eoer'lon.In I:4i-M.iUr. Mayer Irut She, M.n. Petrel l W.lly Ghee

the Legionnaiics of Pout 8 and the morning I woke up feeling like over problem. A man can get any case, It seems plain 20 YEARS AGOE
that churches sit
can no longer e:00-Alv.n Skew Circus ly M.lor Mercury Aide Skew
I was back: In the war again N. Hudson prominentreal
mighty tired Of hippopotamus' back: and wait for people to lAlvm Sh.. Circa lay Meyer| Mercury Alvin Skew
A Panzer Division,with tanks, hash come to them. They are going estate man, wu elected T.10-T.nn....* Hector Meyer Mercury T.."...**

was marching through my head to have to renew their acquaintance president of the Winter Haven e.4S- T...d*_H..tkc* ....1.' ....'c"ry T"..<.
and two mad scientists were
Board of Realtor.
Youth Appreciation Week using my stomach as a labor with some of the verbs 10 YEARS AGO 10.00-Quick Drew U.......... Snn nlf.n. Quick Drew
tory lor germ warfare expert. Almanac which Christ was always using' : I 10:IS- McGraw U"......., Shnni9; >". McGraw
ments.In Verbs such as "Co," "Seek," Fir destroyed the Newt 10:10-M thry Mean Fireball XL I Ann!. O.kl.y Mighty .......*

This happens to be National Youth Appreciation moments of stress I occa.slonally and "Bring." Chief plant It wan termed one 'I04S: -Miqhry ........ Fireball XL.I Annie O.kl.y Mighty; ...."..
By United Press International: of the wont bastes in Winter
Week, This is the week parents and others should find comfort In con. Today Is Friday' Nov 11, the ---..-- Haven history with a S2SO,' I'I I:00-Uses: The 0.,1. The Ceeper Lines The
the eternal verities.On .'siLf.lit Lienhearted. ........ LlenhesredI .
templatlng I 11111- Carla
and where 318(1) of 1964 : "
their children (
pause give some thought to ; day with 41 to fol I'RoCL.Js 000 ton. However the newspaper
this occasion I contemplatedthe I II Io-Th. J....". F"ry Reny I Cull The Jelnny
they are going in the tutu I'e. About 95 per cent of all one that says) "Four ouncesof low.The NEW YORK 'UPII) A I peclal did not miss any edi ':4I-Th.: J....". fIIry ....., I Cecil The J.....
moon Is approaching Its process for tioni from other
treating ralvanlscd Co-operation
children have much abstention are worth a ton
are really gteat. They aspirations full
phase. steel has eliminated the publishers In the area was AFTERNOON
the same as adults. They respond to about the same of hangover remedies the The morning stars are Jupt. need for Yo"therln"uUers ..nddo.'n.pout. making It possible to cort.inuetbe
Someone her Mars and Venus. II:00-$ky King Meek ft Meyer gag tunny Sky King
handling as adults. They pretty well know, in their hair of the dog that bit me, but The, evening stars are Jupiter before painting. according printing of the paper on its Hi II-SkyKine Mark I Meyer lap leery Sky King

own way what they want out of the future and most I didn't have a canine handy. and Saturn. : to United States Steel regular daily scheduleS IlilJ-My Primed FUrld H.relty My Priced!
So I did the next best thing I engineers Paint may now be YEARS AGO 11:41- Fluke! rdnlnd' Hipper Flasks
of it is good.A Poet Robert Louis Stevensonwas applied to products treated witha
went to the coo and bit a hippo. Marvin Damkjtr was named '
born on this day in 1950. bonderlzlng agent at the point' I :00-( l*.. Lucy Pre.Game Shaw ...,. M.|<* Cll.,*
lot of these young people need some rather potamus. of fabrication, which allows district commissioner of 1.11-1 Len L.., Flbll Mr. ...*|.. KateideseepeI,39Adveetare .

! strong guidance. They see a lot of things their eldersdo Not a live hippo of course. On this day In history superior paint adhesion and 1m- the Boy Scouts in the Lake "Mich Si v.. Americas CIS News
, This one was totally defunct. In 1927, the Holland Tunnelunder Region Council. ,45-, fleet.. N.... Dame l.nd.tend. CIS News
which deep in their hearts they know are wrong mediate installation
It was killed In East Africa: and .
the Hudson River, con
2:00- .T. F..U.II A..ri... Syrftld 4
so they are mixed and don't get the right start. flown here to the National : "
up over
netting: New York City with' .
2:I II- *ndHi. F** b.tl lodteid. Syrf.ld 1
They need assistance of the sort that will strengthen Zoo Restaurant where It was Jersey City, was opened.In DAILY CROSSWORD 2:10- ......" F..t..ll Wr.MI4 Svrfud C

I their latent convictions. We desperately need a better roasted. On Veterans Day, 1942, the Japanese fleet ACROSS 2 Than: Crr 21. State 2:41-Ck.rl.y Ck. Flbll Wr.lll4 Surfud. 4
members of the Anteaters Asso
suffered a heavy naval defeat
world for the future and it is these young people who( elation had It for lunch.When while attempting to retake U.S. 100000 India : 4 3.. liable Lucid of person 2:09- Tk..... F..It.1I Wredlleg Ck.m4h.! .
1:11"Is! Hi. F..It.1I Wr.$ leq
can accomplish it. Let's all of us older people take Leech Invited head anteater me to dine Cordon with position in the Solomon Is. 4. Mountain 9 Across kept sR a "tA o 2:)0-Ckrly Ck.. F..II Th..". X( Ck.mcWmk Liieg.

some hard looks at our part of this and make lands.In paD e. Volcanic as a 1:45- Th....* F..f".n "Veedee l.wllnf
program, the association, an organization 1154, Russia' Invited European T. Coral reef rock pledge ,i4fb ti
some changes for the better. of wild game fanciers' t accepted nations and the U.3. to t. C..**!: T Entire 22Starof 4:00-NFL C" ".." Sr**.*fdHUTim. hued". C*"..dw. *
with' keen anticipation.' attend an all European security naut. I Enell.Scorpio. i v 4:II- f. Klci.lf Url. K.rUII .. Kl.k.ff
But that was last week conference 12. Rent under mans 2J. Spanish v 4:20-NFL C'$..... HUT.** l..rly Tyler Ccofrtd-.

I didn't realise then that 1 In 1963, the Russians arrest contract favorite name 4:45KI..ff Ht-Tlm. n..... X t* Kl.k.ff

was going to be In the condU .d Yale Professor Frederick 13. Not ever beverage for g.oo- ht""I.hl" ;ip ,...., Wd! Weld 1.I,1tf
AMERICA lion I was In. Frankly a s*. 14 Youth 10 More UI&J"river" t........, A....
Bsrghoorn on charges of being gill ; eer d Sparse U.l.kt
were case of the morning aversdoes a .py. 15. Close tlJ one 2S. Soapy 119: ::''t l'ewEeLiWe Wi4 Weld' lAS..r*.
not put one In the proper IT. Storm 11. Shake water 3S. Bo,'. 141-HTk' Law SMckl.nd. .1 Sparse I'"* A Send
\ DEPENDS ONAMERICANS is. Malayan' with far 2e Swedi.11 name
: frame of mind for roasted hip.
,,*, ;,,' '. I poUmus. thought for the days Brit. boat 1$. Samoan coin 40 LitUe NIGHT
lab statesman Sir Alan Herbert 10 Type warrior 2A. Snare 41. Employ
"' jt My first Impulse was to chick.. acid "The critical period Inmatrimony measure U. Mexlcaa 31. Canine 42. Mane i:00-W.rld' W.r I News. S.rta, Wide Wend Ness, h....
.' en out. But the thought of is breakfast-time." 21 Lonf-.u d laborer 35. Earth nickname *:| -W.rld' War I WNrku" d Spste W...k.r.
'"fIIIItt. chicken was almost as distress. rodent I' Sleevelae 31. Bpecl. ... Enemy *:10-M.ny Happy ''life", ."".., 77 Sued Snip

'.c.: (LIKE YOU) Ing as the thought of htppopota.mus. crtcectrn.G 24. CngroM garment: ot pier: .scout 4: R.+- Shewsime Jas5leaid 77 S..I $irly ,
So I swallowed : Arab -
iI my appre. wholly .rcll. ... Melody
; :00-Crl '1.. ,I.SemRad O.. SHe 77 Seeed Skip
(tension, along with several as.plrtn I\III: / 1TIO.V 27.Good with
"In bias ..,i" l..1.l t> lads tablets and Joined the hamburgerFerLto : I t 4 in. lasSbweee. Shewlime .....). 77 Seed SW*
NEW YORK 'CI l-An unusual 7:1i-J.di. Flip.. Oiter UIH J...kiOvter .
1 her Te .. key e 114 If .
y.m. merry band at the hippo fast exhibition saluting Sir the J' '0 ..1ao. Y:45- GLasee. Fli,,., LIoHi ........
l.MrM.'. M'l "K. le >MV bed By the time I had Ingested a ear
Winston .
I'.. .h.ys. gal .d igs 554ad hunk of hippo I felt like a new M old Churchill who will be .*. lMwith 1:0i-J..101o: Adeeeun. el Oitef U.rH Juke
mrs Nov SO Is on display atones I i 1 ...,.
{ ....._ I .t04 k ..... man. Or at least a different at the 5:11Gleeme Magee On4flli* i 6UM.
I felt new Hallmark O.lkry l- S2. Erase: I:19-"DM* Ups Keeseely Jwe UwrnM Well On** U*..
mae Oscar
Hll I'. .1.! 4.ln| l* .l It ii,,J It Which was a Levant. on Fifth Avenue at Utll print 14 K 40 rl33.TacWyn' |: A ........,." K.Mecky, Je.ee L._ Wlt" A M.Hr.MUWT
bllimprovem.nt.puvlou.lJ .
loti l, user. filet Anwrk tly.lh Street
I had been feeling eytn. ,r0 M I. 1:00--0..e Upes s......., Nghs; M. W.H OM U,..
..t sad Ira. 1 w..l oy f.rn4 tike Alexander King. Entitled The Win.ton 34 Pulls M ra : :11A. .........." .. eke ........ L.weeee W.ll" A .......,.,

dud... to ..|., ...1. My If ",_ There was some discussion Churchill Exhibition it includes traitorInland u n u i+ 11 110 :10--0. Un.. "5._ Came H.II.,...., 0.... Ut..
..d bayls5 ... ". hods I. among the anteaters as to what a aerie of mounted phototrsphs 34. Rualan :41A. .......... Ii.- Felice A M.Mm

.., I Ni di *..shl" *..ol k. hippo tastes like The ftrranstii chronoloci. sea 11 I' n
consensus tally to 1000:: .*M>.U S. .....u.... H.n.,...., Geaeke
I mail e M If! *y Mm1. el MMbml defined It as a cross between a panoramic vtrw 39 Proceed IOII-C: _. D**. Mersin ,.1.. C-
..4 tk.y tall .* .... MO beef and veeX But I disagree of his epic life, several of hu 4ALsrg so w ktwinne IO.3G--Geeem.k. huk S...Nre s..t4. sem.ke
To me hippopotamus U own painting famous busts cask: 10.4-- s......., ; ..
MIsS. ,....*| sly' I'. *...1") IItor like more and portrait of Uw world 4 1. Factor S! 0 r 14 IS Nigh Nigh M.vi.\ Geeemele
a cross between the aoudad
Si ..." I:00-Newt $,..Wlr Hi. ......
statesman Scat edition of his Etavate 1 .5 M "TW D..ti N.wa, Sow
and the stnflnlan moufflon. :t. 4. 4l
r book, and Bar !. n" f1 4. 11:10-Tl.aen: Sl....., N.fM. *l OH.." Water
many personal and
IMP rams si htsn via Anyway, I recommend: It. U family memorabilia 4S.Coend, 11,10N. W., .t she U..w* Jebe ...1.... s.......,
JIll ever you should play the fooL from as the 4, 4. 41 4' 1115- O.T N.w.. Sa< Wlr E'e/etpA. keW N sh Me.de
as I did on Veterans Day eve. CtMutwell. his country: home in -
U. S. SAVINGS BONDS All you have to do U catch a Instant The exhibition I* open 4*.= 41 41 TWwPage ,.."... echedelee, em pr..tdd b. else Nlaii..o; otetioe&
to Kenya lad a safari to the public and win nmai ffAArld ad en eeh..ell h ....... M say /i... no Daily' New Ckles. peblrebeeelse.
TM. iwtnu M xlm1 to *laid M.t4 If into the bush, waylay a hippo through the month of Novemtr I DOWN N SOL II a pebile ie'v..ee aid. 1& aeS esp aolie ,.. prsrem ....,ee eel
: 11 Il.hw. these ebe/elee,
w X IM pUdsa pot4mus and roast the remains. Burden





lAST "AI( UNC DALE, N.\ .,
Municipal Court Miss Teenage, (UPI Employment: at He
public A\1If"1, Co. ha reachedan !
all.II I b,''w because "f the
, Selection Set phase 0\01\ f the FIGS filthier'
e >? i tr. 'I. a the company ad I IIK .
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Owners. ..vtoUUoc Ord. log vehicle with fealty equipment For Tonight tineA i I : ,1 stay the flirt ..isi
1M, fcrMted ...1.n. $16 ftoe.Harvey .
NotanP' '" Ii i l I.' t III .....p track >f the
Joule Cartel AUM, drank, KeMrtek, drunk on ; : Iii" ..f workers hemp lat,
IW flue or 10 day*. two counts, forfeited $&0 bond. PA.ILAS (UPI) The "Miss 1 I ?( iiisc' "some ?.I thi, i Ih4
, Richard Ellis, drunk,>M HIM Jim Klffibte, drink forfeited Teenage America" coot! e s t .10 I ki* pth"II><'.''i'h A,'"
or 10 days.Leon $Mt omL headed Into 1U final hours to ''I"I '
Johnson, drunk $M fine Jane Rawllac Knight, run- fit) with selection of the win.
or 10 day*. nine Mop sign, $10 fine. tiers tonight on nationwide tele.
James King, drunk, $n tint Robert Lanier Krteger, running vision iP'H ,
or 10 day. red light, $10 tine. The ten .temUlnallsts from
Percy H. Stevens, drunk, $t8! Kenneth Junior Leathers,, whose rank the new teen ,
I rifle or 10 day. speeding, forfeited $15 bond. queen will be chosen, were..
Jessie Lee Young, drunk,$IG Eddie Marshall Lewis, fall. lerted from the field of r2 r
fln. or 10 day. lag to have vehicle under con. Thursday
I Lynl WWard Sermon no trol-accident, atolls prossed. j The semifinalists are:
driver license, reckless drl'"- Lonnle Dave Lewis, falling Miss Teenage Atlanta, Gayle ,
t Inc and carrying concealed to yield right of way-accident, Dana Bracket
weapon, $7S fine or 60 day. $13 floe Miss Teenage Baltimore,i ar.
i William Byron Alderman, Frank Love drunk, forfeited olyn 1.. Mlgnlnl. ,
t speeding, forfeited $15 bond. $23 bond. 1944 HIT-HUN TRIAL W lby Miss Teenage Dallas, Nanc
1r James Cecil Ard, drunk, forfeited Nick Joseph Marslcano, Letr>I. iliiplaa bumper Miles Collins. r
1a $23 bond. speeding, forfeited $15 bond. guard an e'ldf'IIn courtIn Miss Teenage Greenville,S.C. -
An Mack Barnes, disobeying Frank Llndsey Martin, running Celina, Tenn where a Andrea Lynn Ayers
traffic light, forfeited $10 bond. stop sign, forfeited $10 man he tracked down In a Miss Teenage Memphis, -- ------.
r Albert John BUionnette, Improper bond. 20 search Is charged Tenn., Lana Karen Lack
left turn, $5 fine Gilbert May, Improper muffler with-year second degree murderIn Miss Teenage Oklahoma City, ENGUlFED IN MUDSLIDE "., *, ''' ., .. u Ilu ."'>Kh ntrk.',i inn\. "c William Mlltr.0..
Elmer Black, Improper lag, $5 fine. the New Years Eve 1'" Sherrel Alice Steven. Hunk. Smalia plHMiHt' Hlt/ <., III"! iigiild up t I.> four f-l t deep In ft mutliilide In Bui
none proed.Charle Nora McFadden lewd and hit-eun death of Lee's father Miss Teenage Pittsburgh, Pa. bank Calif Miller wife Aimee, 47, ,1i pp.rtd Ills daughter Meredith, 17, encaped
r Milton Blodgett, Improper lascivious acts and contributing Newt Lee finally tracked Kathleen Frances Ross, Miller was Injured trying to help hi. wife ra ape "It was like a flesh flood" Mid kites
1 exhaust, colts pressed.Holll to delinquency of a minor, down Grover Jones. 59 an Miss Teenage San Francisco Miller The mud just came down the canyon end filled one side of the hotwe We Shut
Clay Bolick, Jr., transferred to county. Indianapolis handyman Unda Diane Llcclardl. that off, but thru "it darted breaking the house up "
1I speeding, forfeited $15 bond. Van Lewis McGuIre, drunk, Miss Teenage Stockton,Calif.,

Delbert Lee Bolton, speeding forfeited $25 bond. Diana Lee Clouae. the building. There were no In.
a forfeited $19 bond. Cleveland Wayne Mills,tress lOYearOIdHitAndRun Miss Teenage Toledo, Ohio, Dunqavel Is DestroyedHAMILTON Juries
Willie Lee Boston, driving passing, forfeited $50 bond. Debra Dlethelm. When the Duke Hamilton
while Intoxicated, failed to appear Arthur Montgomery, drunk, The 10 girl who survived the lived there, It wa the scene of
forfeited $25 bond. first cut were chosen on the Scotland (UPI) land to negotiate t peace pact many glittering parties and had
t Sllis A. Boyd, drunk, for- Hubert Moore,drunk, forfeited basis of talent competition and Fire Thursday night de. with the Duke of Hamilton, the Its own private airstrip the
feited $29 bond. $25 bond.Lafayette. Interviews by a panel of worn stiojed Oungavel House, the owner of Dungavel House at one on which Hess had hoped to
Warren W. Briner, speeding, Allen Moore, disobeying en Judges to determine their Intelligence mansion which Nat I Deputy Ru. that time. land tile plane
forfeited $15 bond. red light, forfeited $10 maturity poise and doll Hess was trying to reachIn The house now Is the proper. (lies was arrested by British IrerriiFdj1Ira !
Market Wayne Bringer, bond. Case Ends personality. his flight from German during t> of the National Coal; Doard security police, he now 1* ierv. 1
speeding, forfeited $19 bond. Robert Hayes Ohllnger Jr., The winner get t $10,000 World War II. and was used as a training hag a term u a Neal war trim.Inal k :
t Arthur F. Brlson.drunk speeding, forfeited $1 S bond. scholarship to the college of Hess, one of Adolf Hitler's school for miners, The fire on In Berlin.
feited $29 bond. Oscar Carl Owens, drunk, CEUNA, TeM (UPI) "I her choice, a tour of the United rli.Mhind men, landed InsteadIn Thursday night started In the -- AATriltl s.5ia
Cay Lamar Brooks, reckless forfeited $25 bond. have spent 20 years trying to Slates, a new convertible, a a potato field come mile upper floor of the O.room: man. Wiafnwenew"
driving, $50 fine. Alfred Jack Owen, reckless find the man who ran over and leather wardrobe and 50 share away He/ said he came to Scot. slon and spread rapidly through SHOP IN WINTER: IIAUN eouv"eef tiara
Johnny Calvin Brooks,speeding driving, forfeited $100 bond. killed my father to bring him of stock
$15 fine. Charlie Pelt, violating Ord. to trial. A few more month of
Henry Edward Brown, drunk, S96 $11.73 fine. waiting for a verdict will be 0101
forfeited $29 bond. Frank Ohr Potter, Improper nothing new to me" m
Joe Nathan Burgess, drunk, parking, forfeited $2 bond. That wa the reaction Thurs. 4i."iTH -
forfeited $29: bond. David Ward Prevatte, disobeying day of Welby Lee to the mis. -'-' \

Jessie Mae Byrd, drunk, $25 stop sign, forfeited $10 trial of Grover Jones, 56, an In. ,
fine or 10 days. bond. dlanapolls, Ind., handyman "
Frank Canter, drunk, forfeited Anne L. Ralph, Improper charged with second degree
$25 bond. passing $10 fine. murder In the MUand-run traf.
Ernest Ray Carmlchael, Fred Reed, reckless driving fir death of Newt Lee almost z
speeding, forfeited $15 bond. while drinking, forfeited $50 20 year ago t
William Gary Carter,Improper bond. Circuit Judge John A. Mlt. '
muffler, $5 fine. Josh I Rutledge, no drivers chell declared a mistrial before SHOP NOW for _.:..: OPEN TONITE 'TIL P.M.CHRISTMAS .
Maurice E. Chapman, following license, $23 fine. the Jury could announce It had
too close,forfeited$15 bond. Oregon Jones Reynolds, voted to acquit Jones, who had
Jlmmle Dale Chllds,careles reckless driving $23: fine. been tried on the basis of evU
driving, $20 fine. James Larry Richmond, Im dens gathered by Welby Lee
David Alexander Clark, running proper muffler, $5 fine. 51, during a 20-yetr personalInvestigation OUR ANNIVERSARY GIFT TO YOU
Kenneth Earl Rutter, excessive
red light, forfeited $13 of the death of his
bond. speed, $15 fine father.
Richard D. Cole, no driver William E. Sanders, drunk, District Attorney General .
license, filled to appear. forfeited $29 bond. Scott Key requested the mis.
James Earl Courtney, reckless Edwin Scheunemann, disobeying .. trial. Key said Lester Brown FREE:: PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE.
driving with drinking factor stop sign-accident, forfeited and Mr*. Ellen Long, two char. .
$100 fine or SO-da'y. $15 bond. icier wltneisef who testified "
William Lee Cuylet,reckless Roger Dale Sheppard, careless Wednesday, w'rr.1ate4 Jur. I ,,' "' ,-
I driving, forfeited ISO"bond. driving, forfeited$25! bond. oca. "' "*
I William E. Davis, speeding, Fred Austin Shlrah, drunk, Mitchell called for several

nolle prossed. forfeited $29 bond. volumes of stautes to brought j Rdeeeable Dee a Se II r
Willie Bea Donaldson, no Charles Alvin Smith Jr., running to the bench, then granted the
$25 fine or 10 red light, $10 fine while the
driver prosecution' request ,
Mfg rtrnFla tNA hash ti INnniO TOMIICNANDIN
days. Joy Ruth Smith, running red Jury wa waiting to come Into
iN rag AkeOuNt 0IJ
Paul John Drlscoll, violating light, forfeited $10 bond. the courtroom.
Frank David Swaker, destroying oAN.. $0 lie IOILAII 61 N t WI
one-way street, $5 fine.Willie Mitchell said the mistrial
Fagan, speeding, forfeited private property, was granted because "It I* the I WItN NICNASl Of |l(0 01 MOM :
$13 tine bond. $10.75 fine. duty of the court to guaranteea CENTRAL STORES -
Josephine Bristol Ferguson, Jack Edwin Tanner,speeding, fair or Impartial trial for I
speeding, forfeited $13 bond. forfeited $13 bond. both the state and defense" .
Willie Sylvester Fox, forgery Morgan Lee Taylor, peed- Mitchell said new trial _
transferred to county. InC forfeited $15 bond. would be set June 26 1
James Walter Freed, careless Ever Leo Vlnson, no drivers Jones said he had no qualm ,
driving, $20 fine. license, failed to appear. over a second trial. "I'm an In. ; MEN'S
Robert Edward Furnarl, Arm Jean Tyler Wade, nocent man," he said, "and I
careless driving, $20 fine. speeding, $10 fine. have nothing to worry about." ZIP-OUT
Michael Bowen CmUand,disobeying Blllle Joe Watson, speeding, Jack Butler, a member of the ZIP-ORLON LINED
stop sign, forfeited $10 $15 fine Jury panel and son of the Clay A ORLON PILI LINING
bond. Gerald Whidden, Improper County reglstar of deed, said ALL VYIATHIRCOATS ALL WEATHER
Randall Jerry Clover, running start-accldent, $10 fine the Jury decided Wednesdaythat I
stop sign, failed to appear. Bernice J. Wise, running red Jones was Innocent and
Geraldine Green, worthless light, forfeited $13 bond. were prepared to announce the COATSU
check, forfeited $10.23. Robert Estll Wise, drunk, verdict when the mistrial wa Jyt J-\\
Agnes Crosley, disorderly forfeited $23 bond. declared. N4 ;
conduct, forfeited $29 bond. Luther C. Wolfe, running red The trial held In a small ;
Evelyn Moore Grubs, speeding light, forfeited $10 bond. courtroom In this rural Tenne $ 98 $1598

forfeited $25 bond. Jacqueline B.: Yarbrough.running 110 see community began Mon. x y
MWord Hall, Jr., speeding, stop sign forfeited day and went to the Jury early
$13 fine. bond. Wednesday afternoon.
Iilah Hamilton, assault on Alex Young,careless driving, -------- tt:'.
forfeited $IS bond.
police officer and resisting arrest }
with force and violence, Patricia Durden York,violating NEW mort YORK than ttPII 600000-known Thereare COZY ORLON PILE LINING Mercerlied, Gotten poplin waferpellent ro.h .

$290: fine or 60 days. one way street forfeited shell with orlon scrylle( pile >
specie of Insect with literally In for
Zip cool weather
Bennie Harris, Jr., violating $10 bond. alp out' fermild
hundreds of new categories being I lip I liner.
muffler law, failed to appear. discovered each year, Ie.r h.. weather MercerneJ cotten poplin .
Jenkins reckless 1298
Donald ,
cording to the Book of Knowledge J IOTS SillS
driving, $23 fine or 10 da,.. TUCSON Art* IUPII-JI'ortJ> shell
acres at Tucson Green Valley These range In else from
the Atlas moth, which ha awing
the 1100 million planned retire
Elisabeth 1,. Johnson,Impro-
of foot to certain
parking, forfeited $2 bond. ment community near here spread 1 YOU'LL BAG THESE WONDERFUL SAVINGS
per Carol Foster Jones,disobeying have been reserved for development type of wasps that are let
than hundredth of an Inch
of Lutheran retiremen t
red light,forfeited$10 bond. a long
James Wilson Jones, operate project,


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WINTER HAVEN DAILY t Nrwc, (U lull- Wit I LR HAVI-M ,, L..ORID" Friday,, November 13 17"4

I Hard Luck Plagued Girl ScoutsTo Russia Seeking To Strengthen I

Suspected Robber Campout Relations With United StatesMOSCOW

By ED BERND JR. hended by a quick thinking Over WeekendTwo (rvpt) The Com. revolutionary movement,which Communist China wasbltterl!,.
Michael Quick Scboner II. teller Stanley Cox, his mood rmmist party organ Pravda IIIdtOltay Red China supports. opposed to the meeting Rus.

of 1163 Northwest 27th St., Mi would change from very sad hundred fifty s. vcn that Russia Is ready to Western observers said It was sla's Communist allies in i
amt ii being held by the Fed crying and criticising police Girl Scouts and 44 adult will be flexible in seeking to notable that there was no hardening rope also had been draggim"their
enl Bureau of Investigation In for not helping him recover be attending the Csdcttc" 1t strengthen Its relations with the of policy toward the West feet on the plan.

Tampa after an unsuccessful his money, to happy and Joking Campout at Ross Allen's Silver United Stales despite Chou's presence in Mos.
attempt yesterday to rob the with officers. Springs Saturday and Sun t The position was started M cow. Numerous foreign Communist
Bank of Lake Alfred When FBI agents arrived, f diplomatic sources said that Although Soviet Premier Alex officials had come to Moscow

Schoner la also the prime they said that Schoner who day.The campout will be held Chinese Communist Premier el N. Koevgio and Communist la connection with the 47th an.
suspect In the robbery of sloan stand five feet six inches tall, rain or shine secret Chou Kn-lal had concluded his party chief Leonid Breahnev nlversary Nov 7 of the Russia
company in St. Petersburg weighs 121 pounds, and has The girls will share Ideas, v v* era of the Kremlin with the and new would lead. agreed to the Peking talks, diplomatic Chou revolution was the By only this one morn
sources la Moscow said still in
Wednesday afternoon, brown hair and blue ryes, make new friends and work leave for home today. Red Moscow.
but he denier any connectionwith matched exactly the description together There will be demo China split with Russia over there wax little chance of Rus.

this and Insist he wee of the bandit who held onulrations by the girls in the the "peaceful coexistence" pol. differences ate and China solving all their Diplomats said he and Bra
in Winter Haven at the time. loan arts, the Icy Immediately.However thnev may have discussed
up I company In St. Petersburg home out-of-doors, advocated by former Prer the Russians have a
Schoner'a story starved last two days ago. The health and safety emergency mler N1UU S. Khrushchev. wide range of topics, Including

March 30 in Eagle Lake, when federal agents said that he preparations and social dependability Pravda said Russsa is ready of agreed 16 Communist to postpone parties a meeting which the resumption of Slno. oviet

he lost $ ,foe, hit life caving was even dressed the same at and there wilt bea to talk over Its differences with Khrushchev had called for next trade.

According to Deputy Sheriff the man who robbed the St. survival demonstration by other nations and 1* willing to month, apparently to lay the Economic ties between the
Ray With Schoner had a Petersburg firm, but Schoner someone from Ross Allen's adopt a position flexibility" groundwork for reading Red two giants of the Communist
conceiiion wagon In Miami still denied any knowledge of staff to the attach great Importance China out of the world Communist world were severed In 1960.61
which he took to market to the crime. The following girls and lead. links and development of business movement. the diplomats said '

sell coffee and sandwiches, era will be attending from this the main normal relations with
capitalist stales In.
and anything else he could to 11- 11- area: Mss Edward Buttles. eluding the United States where
Truck drlvera. lie also took the Mrs. John Scars, Mrs. Lynn the recent elections strength

wagon to various factories to Planned Trip. Wood, Mrs James Rowton. ened the positions of the more Scientists Predict
tell hit warn. Mrs H. A. Morris, Dale Mor moderate circles in the ruling

Many truck driven. Including (Continued From Page One) reU, Deborah Kay Morris camp" Pravda said I

Lee Wilson of Eagle Lake fired that shot Into the floor." Cindy Zeller, Mary Ann Kalo- There was no sign that China

have been doing business with He said the boy, who was In grldls. Terry Walsh, Judy WORLD'S FIRST LIVER CRAFT Nurse Sharon Rohr cuddles 13- was ready to ease its militant New
Krause Sheila Space Success
Darlene anti-Western
the bank when It Smith. policy
Schoner for close to 10 years closed at one month-old Todd Klems In University af Minnesota Hospital
Schoner knew Wilson and o'clock, came over to him and Stephanie Anne Hreto, Barb- as Dr. Karel B. Absolon. who headed a team of Diplomatic observers said the
said "This is a stickup Put ara Vaughn Linda Shores, that surgeons Soviet foreign policy statement
hit family, including his step the big stuff In the bag Put Christine Wingate. Barbara looks grafted on. It a le new the liver world's from a dead child Into his! body paralleled declarations made In WASHINGTON (UPI>-Atom.Ic plorallon had been dlscourag.

daughter Undo Last .March the big stuff in the bag." Cox Ann Wingate, Mary Sigman, from first liver graft The baby Is the past month by the new rul. scientists believe a recent tag Through the fiscal year
29 Schoner came to Eagle held the bag u It was stuffed Cheryl Reed, Mary Ruth Em. St Cloud Minn. ere of the Kremlin following the breakthrough can enable the ended last June 30, NASA and
Lake with his life savings so with cash. To force the group to ry. Marlene Fogg, Sharon Baschon 1 ouster of Khrushchev. United States to put nuclear the AEC had spent $584.5 mlL

that he could marry Linda. work faster, Schoner fired one Deborah Bullies, Rita Observers said the statement powered rockets Into space by lion without reaping anything
When asked by deputies why shot Into the floor. With money Cutierres. No Qualified appeared to steer a middle the early 1970's and send them but setbacks

he had such I large mm of almost spilling out of the top Patty Nethers, Isabel Parks, Negroes course between preserving the to the moon or planet. by 1875. But this expenditure was not
money Schoner replied that of the bag, Schoner dashed out Patsy Lee Lota Lee Jill status quo In relations with the The scientists said Thursday in vain. Learning from their

The money was for us to get an unlocked door In another part Gerber, Janene Ganey, Jane West and adopting an uncom. that four recent ground testsof failures scientists this fall were
married. She of the building. promising line toward national atomic space reactors in able to stage four
told me to bring Andrewa, Jody Hoffses, Claire Found successful
the money and we would get S.cond.later Cox was on his DeMott, Carol Hoffman, Mar For Space Jobs the Nevada DMrtlullrtt proved nf beyond lulno.rnmli.a doubt. tests In a row which proved
married." trail, calmly pointing out to head caret Smith.. Terri Hnllnv. they were on the runt tnrir.
cashier Don Calder, "He's got power for rocket night's. They Dr. Harold B. r nr.r-W'ho;
According to Willis, Schoner Deedrlck, Kathy Lee, Women Voters called the test results the great. heads
Cox the
Wilson and Linda counted the took money the youth although quickly over-he VickI Krebs, Ann Rowton. In JACKSONVILLE Florida's ((UPI) jobs half the Jobs required a college est advance In rocketry of the Energy Commission joint NASA-Atomle

money out in the front room couldn't remember Evle Kalogrldls, Peggy Ipac.lndUltry are education. put 30 or 40 years. told project
what he did wide reporters that the
of Wilson'a home Schoner Thompson Karen Brady, Deb open to Negroes, the state At tests,
a briefing
after for conducted
pouncing on him newsmengiven In
NAACP convention Friday' second session of September and
slept with the money that Beside Cox there were seven ble Brlggs. Gail DUller, Cathy was told Set MeetingsThe by the National Aeronau. October, constituted
Gilbert Jane Thursday, but If* hard to find four-day NAACP meeting was "a very'
night and then gave a suitcase other employees In the bank Harben, Donna Negroes qualified for the work. devoted to Internal and admlnis. tics and Space Administration major step forward "
containing the money to lobby when the holdup occurred. Henderson Julie Johnson. tratlve problems of the !, (NASA), the scientists said the rocketry"
Wilson to keep locked In the All the customers had left. Dottie Rice, Joy Sears, Clifford H. Lang of the Martin cation and was closed organ to the Polk League of Women Votersof C.S. would be able to get a
trunk of his car for him. The Jeanette Lunsford of Haines Karyl Ting, Barbara Van Co. of Orlando told the NAACP public. three County has scheduled nuclear rocket off the ground

next thing Schoner knew, Wilson City, assistant cashier and head Chef, Marjorie Wood, and delegate "we can provide equal this month discussion meetings for within the next 10 years for an Local Youth
came and told him the car teller who helped fill the bag Carolyn Grace Wolford. job opportunities, but we can't State NAACP President Rut. Under the additional $I billion
was on fire.Wilson said simply "I was scared," qualify people. This 1* up to the ledge Pearson of Jacksonville Mrs Waller chairmanship of They predicted routine
adding "I've been here 14 years community and the Individual." called on Negroes Thursday Page of Lakeland, manned flights to the moon
laid that his 1954 and this is the first time any- Charles Representative of five Flo. night to Increase their voting consideration of will be given were possible before 1975. In Hit CarA
Pontiac which w'An Wilson a new subject By
insured the
not thing like tills has happened. I rlda aerospace Industries urged strength at the polls because on League'snational addition, they said, unmanned
had quit en him, and hope It doesn't happen for Negroes to send their children "this Is where many of the program, "Develop. exploratory flights to other
he went off and left It by the another 14 years." Earlene Cooper to school to study for engineer. problems that beset us as a ment of Human Resources," an planets by atomic rockets would seven-year-old
side of the road just outside and Joann Buchanan both Ing and other scientific degrees minority will be solved" evaluation of programs and pol. be feasible by the middle of Winter Haven
Citrus Ides
In youngster James
of Eagle Lake. The fire alarm of Lake Alfred were the other Grower Lang said less than one per the United States to the next decade. D.
provide for all Campbell, of 111 2lit
citizens St. NW
was turned In about an hour two that helped fill the bag with cent of the jobs In the aerospace of equality Present U.S. space plans call was admitted ,
later. cash. Both admitted they were industry were open to unskilled Commission employment.opportunity for education and for the Apollo project to put Hospital to Winter Haven
Schoner got to the car just frightened Dies workers He said more than (Continued From Page One) Members attend two men on the moon by 1970. with yesterday afternoon
may of a fractured
Suddenly any The wrist
is the fire was being put out' Asked about her reaction, the !individual gift fruit ship- three meeting Apollo space capsule Is to and leg after his
i Tlah Goodman be launched by bicycle was
of Lakeland who means of them
and grabbed Die lultcise. Ac-J American perm, Next Monday at 9145 .
Legion .. .
was a.m. lcally.poered rockets ; car .
I pulling statements
said ?
cording to Willie, there was'no"; was mad. To think "I Charles Stelnwehr Wilson, McNair emphasized that the at the home of Mrs. AlanGessn All rockets now deed' td. Campbell was going y home
I crackpot
burned money in the suitcase. coming In here trying to take 60. of 1322 Lake Mirror Drive, (Continued From Page One) shipment of organically grown er at 1106 yew, Jersey Road, drive spacecraft away from from echoed when the bicycle

There was a packet containing our money." died at his residence ealy Blush, president of the Auxiliary citrus Is not prohibited and Lakeland. earth are powered by chemical he was riding swerved into

$100 which was slightly burned Other employees In the lob Friday morninoHe -. and her officers said that under thla grade, a Cyperess Tuesday Gardens at 9:43 Branch a.m. at ofth.the fuels. But experts have long the path of a car driven by

and some burned paper by, and directly in (he line of had been a citrus grower On the program will be considerable volume of organically American National Bank in known that the more Tr.nHaH Patrick Rpnfl.v -IT. ?, -ues
but no money. Willis said. fire If Schoner should have turned since moving to Winter Haven Mayor Hughes Steele and the grown citrus would pass Winter Haven missions of the future will re. Ave C. NW. The mishap oc:

A few days after that Linda on them were Ernestine from Bristol Tenn.. wherehe members of the City Commission Inspection for shipment in gift Wednesday at 7s4J quire far greater energy the Burred on Ave. G, NW. just

boarded a but for New Cumbie, Pat Havlland and Nan was the president and own with the Mayor giving a fruit packages the home of Mr,. R. B.p.m.Wolter at energy, for example, which Lar.leued outside the city limits. I

Mexico \o visit relatives. cy Cimson.. Mrs Clmson said er of the Bristol Metal Products short welcome to visiting Legionnaires lie did take Issue with the at 904 Ave. M, SE, in Winter by splitting atom. Highway Patrol Trooper W.
Schoner had her picked up In she put her hands to her face Manufacturing Company as well as talking Impression that spraying resulted Haven Until recently, the effort to R. Fox who Investigated said

north Florida and searched to and "turned as white as a Inc. He moved to Winter about the new building. in "poisoned" fruit harness the atom to space ex. DO Phll-llo.--. were.. --- ,m.,4...__w..
see if she had the money according sheet" Mrs. Havlland said she Haven from Bristol 1956. Also on the program will be Sprays are applied to the surface -
to Willis. She did not was too startled to do anything lie was a member of the the members of the County of fruit and foliage and

have any money and was allowed but the jolted when they boy fired Winter Haven First PresbyterIan Commission headed by Chair are designed to' discourage

to continue. She still has revolver.shot from his .22 caliber Church and formerly man Wilmer McCutcheon who plant pests and disease

not returned. Schoner told police later hi served on the Board of Deacons will also welcome visitors and "These pets and diseases are

Schoner went back to Miami fired the pistol to see if it lie was a member of the .apeak on the newly completed present on the surface of the
but returned to Winter worked It misfired the first Winter Haven Rotary Club quarters. fruit and sprays are aimed at
Haven about three weeks ago time the Elks Lodge and the Chamber Master of Ceremonies Hood controlling them at that level 3-WAY

and advertised a $1.000 reward Mrs George Sterner Lake of Commerce will present Shelley S. Boone, ;" McNair explained. There

for Information leadingto Alfred correspondent for the He Is survived by his widow, Superintendent of Public Instruction is no need for sprays that penetrate

the arrest of the person or News Chief talked with the Mrs, Emma Robbins Wilsonof Polk County who will fruit, since there is no

persona who had his money. bank's executive vice president Winter Haven; two daughters give the main address of the pest or disease to control Inside .

Two Eloise men gave him Lee Johnson this morn- Mrs. Norman O (Ann day the fruit. SERVICE

some information and collected Ing. Johnson told her the Federal W.) Warren of Winter Haven, The work on this building The Commission, through As

the reward. Willis said that Bureau of Investigation, and Mrs Roger E. (Sue W.1) was started under the leadership Research Department constantly
the Information "wasn't worth which took over the case, complimented LaVoie of New York City; a of Past Commander II. checks on pesticide residues

I nickel" and recovered the hie staff on their son, the Rev. Charles S. Wilson R. (Slim) Summerville and on citrus to make cer

boy's money for him and put they quick were action trained and for the just fact such that Jr. pastor of the First his committee chairman J. W. tain no harm could come to. SPECIAL !
of Florida
him on a bus back to Miami. occurrences Johnson aid, Presbyterian Church of Big (Bill) Clarke. any consumer citrus
I Schoner returned again, and "We hive periodic seminars Slone Gap Tenn : a sister, The building architect was fruit or products he laid.
Mrs. C. M. Breedlove of Mur- B. T. Jones, "We maintain one of the finest
told one law enforcement of conducted by the bank management a member of the
ricer that he needed' to gel on robbery details, and retl's Inlet S.C.; a brother local post.Formal. research staffs to be found

enough money so he could go every employee Is assigned J. H. Wilson of Charlotte dedication ceremonies anywhere, and. tn addition
look for the girl presumably specific duties In such in event. N.C one granddaughter and will be preceded by band both the Florida State Department $

I still wanting to marry her. The depositors are fully protected four grandsons. numbers by the Winter Haven of Agriculture and the
Willis said that they had at ill times, and should Funeral services will beheld High School band under the U.S. Department of Agriculture 19FOR

checked with the Central Bank have no need for concern" tomorrow afternoon at direction of Roy Wood. are constantly checkingto

on Northwest 36th St. in Miami After Schoner walked out the 2 o'clock: from the Ott.Laugh The raising of the colors will see "that consumers are pro ALL 3
and verified that Schoner one of the employees 1m Chapel with the Rev be done by members of the tected.
at telephoned Lake Alfred Police James Blackwood: pastor of Post I Color Guard. McNair assured the correspondents
one time did have that
Chief Allen Lewis and told htm
the First Presbyterian At 3:30: the Post will hive that the Commission -
amount of
money a savingsaccount what had happened. After sending '
desires only that consumers ROTATE
Church and the Rev. Robert open house for visitors both
officers to the scene, he 1,
receive the best and highest -
Schoner visited local Justice radioed other police agencies Hamilton, former pastor, offi in and out of the Legion fami .
quality citrus fruit available
of the Peace Wilier Bell to In the county for help. This Is clatin(. ly. The entire community his WHEELS
U reflected in the
Further services will be held been Invited the
see about taking out a warrant standard procedure In such Inspect
but Judge Bell told him cues Lewis then told city manager in Bristol, Tenn., Monday at new quarters. regulation requiring a top
that he voluntarily gave the Don Hartsfleld to contact 2 p.m. from the David Akard During the past two months grade of fruit for gift aMp '

money to Wilson, so Wilson the FBL Lewis questioned Funeral Home In Bristol. Burial Post members hive spent unlimited meats. %
could not be held responsible Schoner at the bank and again will follow' la Bristol number of hours workIng Beymer Church 2 FRONT

for what happened to it unless In the Lake Alfred jail.The FBI It 1i Is the request of the family oa their home, of which
it could be proved that he was took over the case when they that flowers be omitted. they are extremely proud. (Continued From Page One) WHEEL BEARINGS

the that took the arrived later. Friends may tall at the Ott. When the visitor goes from Heights In Tampa, Superintendent -
one money. Lewis said this Is the first Laughlin from of the Lakeland District.
Chapel tonight one part to another be will
It Is certain that the M.OOO bank robbery In 12 years In this Ho .. understand the pride of the Broadway Church in
was not destroyed by the fire, town with a population *
ap Orlando Qulncy and as Associate
membership in what has been
but there Is ADJUST
no evidence to Indicate proaching 3,000. "The old Patterson Minister at First Methodist
what might have happened Bank was robbed occasionally Threat in Orlando
to the money. Whatever ," he said Against BRAKESTake

burned was not money Eagle Cox laid Schoner had been Vice PresidentJail
Lake Police Chief Gordon In the bank earlier In the mornIng -
Dayton thought at first that apparently casing the lay- Man CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Tour car where the experts are and get &n important I

Schoner might have taken the out. He asked for a role of winter safety services at one unbeatable low
dimes in exchange for a $3 bill. irk A "A" Aw price. This special
money himself because of a After all the excitement had ST. THOMAS Virgin Island applies to any malt or model UA car.
law suit he and his grandfather ended and bank operation was (IT1)) A Virgin Islands mu. THE FRIENDLY OLD
are Involved In In Miami back to normal this morning tclan who jokingly said he was FASHION
As Schoner sat In the bank COlE told reporters that he going to shoot Vice President BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH BRING YOUR CAR IN NOW AND SAVE !

yesterday after bring appre- thought, "Well, he bad my money elect Hubert Humphrey was
and 1 knew I couldn't balance held for trial today.
till I got II back." He even The man, Identified as Israel Sefmoei Subject{

Diane Beelsma balanced to the last penny,as he Nunei Fellclano was arraigned This Sunday
put It, In municipal court In St. Thorn.
(Continued From Page One) as Thursday He was held IB U:" AM "1001( OF I'
Fort Christian Jail IntSOObond. JOSHUA'11.N 'I
time In the spring. FLORIDA STOCKS with the case referred to the AM "AMAZING :
Diane will Auburn Here are the 1 Gt
represent p.m. closing ACI"
district court of the Virgin Is. :
dale in the Santa Claus Bowl on Florida stocks as reported lands for trial on a charge of Ms PM GUCSTSfEAKIK C.OOD/YEAR SERVICE STORE

In Lakeland and will ompete by Francis I. duPonl and Co- threatening to commit crime "eo !II I
for the bowl queen crown Air Control Silk Nunea was arrested last I'rt. Lwa. !
against "Little Mf...." from Tampa Electric 21 day, shortly before Humphrey' T'.....,.."" AYL A N.W PHON1 CY 3.2195
Fter..a "
other communities around the HV. R. D. HOOefSrASTOI I _
Florida Telephone 2SH arrival for a vacation la the ._ ..
t county Plant Industries 2 wake of his election campaign.

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,. .. tic .. .e.eiweHospital

Auxiliary Finalizes ,


t Plans For Annual Formal Ball \ '


Final pUns were completed Glens Hicks and her commit wJE
for the Annual Hospital Ball tee Stockings made out of :

to be held November I7lh at glittering Christmas wrapping _
Nora Mayo Auditorium when paper will be distributed at
r, r the Hospital Auxiliary met Christinas. A FAMILY AFFAIR Active membership their parents Mr and Mrs: C U. Mitchell,
In the rider of I astern Mar has plat pictured here with ,
them 'J he are all
Tuesday In the Fellowship Mrs. Miller and Mra Paul
eel an Important roll In one local famll)'. members of the Winter Haven
Room of the First PresbyterIan Baachoa gave a report on the tofu H, I I. Winters! left, and her brother, longtime membership tor so main l.hapttJ'14and Inonefim- I
Church State meeting held in Clearwater John K. Mltrhell right, had the pleasure this lly Is most unusual.
Mn. James Miller Jr. preal', last week week of presenting fifty-year certificates to
dent, reported that a check for The members voted to continue .
12,000 had been turned over to holding the meetings at Handmade Gifts
MRS.r JOE SH.ARIT, Mrs. WUUrdRoeand Garden Club of Winter Haven meeting this the Hospital Building Fund the First Presbyterian Thanksgiving Devotional Given
I Mrs. John Cray,left to right,formed the panel week Auxiliary hurcb
and then conducted a workshop on plant- Campaign The Hospital To Be OfferedAt
for the program on hanging baskets at the Ing them has pledged $100.000 In For Members Of Naomi Classbrey

support of this campaign and Members attending the sea- Open House

proceeds from the Hospital lion were Mesdames E. E. "Give Thanks Unto God"was Rowe, J. W. Danaer, O.E.
I Hanging Baskets Are Interesting Decorations Ball will go toward this Adams May C. Alexander, the timely devotional given by Wilson, Harry Booth,R.le lox, Beautiful handmade quilt.
pledge Congratulations were Paul Baachon Frank Boynton Mrs. Earnest Wllaon when the R. C. Dlllard Polly McMillan, tea towels linens of all kind
received from Tom Swann regarding Beach Brooks, Van T. Bur Naomi Sunday School Class of Helen Sheldon, K. S. Bennett, and a variety of baked goods.
Hanging baskets which were Ail fronds. It has traveled the cause the plant to branch. New hit pledge and pay. nettr Darwin Carrel Ambrose the First Baptist Church met A. L. Carnett, N. J, Robaon, will be prominently displayed,
used a thousand years ago, are world over and no home In Victorian plants do not need as much men!. Reservations for the ball Chambers. Lewis Clark this week at the home of Mrs and the hostess.Dundee and sold when the Maranatha
enjoyed all over the world today times was considered water as older ones. Plants are filling up rapidly" Ticket J. D. Cofer F. J. Dellaven John Q. Stanford with Mrs Heights( Christian Retiremen:
and the program on them stylish without one should be sprayed for worms may be purchased from any Jr. Gene Bugger: II L. Dug. Marge Johnson as co-hostoas, Youth Home In Lake Alfred (formerly
presented at the Garden Club In the workshop following the and bugs every three weeks. Auxiliary member but reset ger W. Sam Dunn, C. A. Eglln. Mrs Wilson stressed that I the Lake Alfred Hotel,
of Winter Haven this week at panel discussion, some members Geraniums should be allowed to Thanksgiving should be a happy marks Its
valiona must be made witt J K. Entor Jr, Alfred RideA first anniversary
the Joe Sharlt home was an Interesting used the fern,while others become dormant In June. In the Mn Miller. Estea. John Ford, S. F. Claaaer thankful time a grateful Enjoy Hay with open house
and Informative one. used Ivy-leafed geranium, cascading meantime, they should kept In heart with thanks to God for
Rosa Paul Gran- Doors will
The topic was "Baskets and petunias, etc. In their a cool, dry place, and put out Mrs. Sam Dona reported Griffen. every gift and bltsslng. open at one
Cascading pi nt.." This baskets again In October.: on the lurrriiful coffee quilt Robert Gussberg, Leon Plan. were made for the hay ride was the high o'clock and visitors will hays
was a member participation The baskets were first lined Mrs Clifton Howell Jr. was bridge held lilt month and ilafley, L O Hayes, Glen Claus to visit seven shutlns light of the week when the a chance to purchase many
program with a panel, composedof either with plastic screen, welcomed as a new member, announced that another will Hicks Robert Hoenshel. K. W before Thanksgiving and take Christian Youth Fellowship of handmade Christmas gifts at
Mrs. Wlllard E. Roe, Mrs. or the wet bark of the "punk" and two former members,Mrs. be held next spring. Mrs Jackson Leo Jensen AmlelKeldel. each gift. lUpllst Temple of Dundee, a nominal fee
John H. Gray and Mrs. Joe tree Spaghnum mOil, that had Daniel P. Smith and Mrs. Alfred Dunn also announced that Mrs. Albert Carnett war welcomed gathered al the home of Mr The gifts have been made
E. Sharlt Jr. each presentinga been soaked overnight, was ad- Estes were reinstated. even dozen Pinky Puppets Mesdames R, 1. Knudsen as a visitor and Mrs and Mrs James Watts In by the Women Missionary
paper. Mr. Charles Foley ded. To this, a prepared soil, Mrs. Fred Henderson, club were turned ever to the hot William Leaper, II.. W. N. J. Robinson as a new mem- Lake Hamilton for an eveningof Societies of the Evangelical
was moderator and then the plants were set In president, reported on the recent Vita last month for distribution Leila, Harold Main. Ronald ber. fun Free Churches of America,
One great advantage of hanging after being well-watered. More district meeting In Fort to the patients on the MrKlnnls. Riuiell McMillan Prayer was given by Mrs After the ride supper was and sales will benefit the re
baskets Is the ease of mov moss was placed on top. Moss Myers. Pediatrics floor She made I Hllllam McQuarry, Gordon Harry Booth The group sang served and games played tlrement home
Is used between the edge of the Mrs Thomas B. Swann, a familiar hymn. and repeated around
a roaring fire
log them, either as the season special plea for old nylon Mead Jesse Mrhrlu.l. J. B. camp
basket and the plants to prevent member of the club, has been scriptures In unison Youths And still speaking of skiing,
progresses, or to allow for a stockings which used tomaU.e Miller" Jr. J. C Mitchell participating in the
dormant period. bruising from the wire.It appointed a judge In Panel 5 are John K. Mitchell 8. V, Orchids were uaed at focal event were Ruth Thomas Peggy a new ski parka Is n.turalcrey
by the state president to evaluate the puppet. Anyone points In Ihe living and chinchilla
was mentioned that geraniums room, Dunford rabbit with the hoodrlmm.d
The out the tact Ivey San
panel brought Moore M. F. Oberkacker
require slightly different flower shows for the National wishing to contribute to this the class flower, yellow mums, In blue fox and linedIn
that dy Lang Evelyn
anything that can be hung treatment from most plants- Council Awards for 1964- project Is urged to lake the F. L. Okula Adolph fkkultl. graced the dining room table Watts Linda black pile. A twin to this I.a
may be used. However, a wlr.ba.ket needing at least three or four eSt She plans to attend the Judges stockings to the meetings orb Bernard !Smith F. R. Smith! Mincemeat tarts with whipped Anita lay Clark Julian Thomas parka of black rabbit hooded
Is preferred by those hours of sun a day. When tilte.ranlum' Council Advanced Refresher Mrs. Miller at "the Hospital M. J. Arnold R. C. Truell, cream, nuts and coffee were Ivey. Karen Watts with black lox.
who want to use Boston fern as R. II. tan l Dunes Debbie Cox. Billy lacy Patti
new growth Is four course to be held next week In Harry served. ea>
It is planted In the sides of Inches long, pinching oft will West Palm Beach Delightful tray favors, consisting teal kw, James \anhn, Members present were Mesdames Long, Lura Mae Dell. Phil.
well as on top. This fern was Mrs Sharlt Vines R. D. lea lip Powell Jimmy and Billy J:
and her co- of turkeys being made Mat Rose Wood well, Miles : TJlF.f)1f
first ,
taken from Philadelphia to Watts
hostess, Mrs A. Marshall Mul- John Workman, C. A. Plowdeu, DvlmaMcKown,Clyde
Boston In 1880, where It developed llkln served out of pine cones, will be distributed Graham/ W. Assisting the boats as chaperon ( I,ltl "F'Kc :
Bridesmaids punch, coffee,tiny the Pediatrics Young, rank Teller aid O. C. Boatwrlnht, iii ) :
wider and on
more grace- hot **, were The Rev
rum cakes, sandwiches and R. Rose Jr. Maine Howe, Rude Smith, Au- god
little decorated cakes. floor at Thanksgiving by Mrs Mrs, Jack Thomas, and Mrs HOTEL

Haymond Dunford, counillor
New Arrjvqls YOU CHOICI O>
Around The for .
Town the'roup.
luncheon n: .: a .j I. MENU SIIVICI ORUNUMITIO
Mr. and' Mrs James B. 'IL / lUMIT
Smith are the parents of a HOSPITALNEWS J MfLI Till LOUNCI

seven pound eight ounce Peaceful Valley Folks Enjoying Visit Here Mr, and Mrs Dons Hint. IMPERIAL
daughter born at 12:10 p m Holiday Inn '- have recently moved to Winter DINING ROOM
yesterday In the Winter Haven Haven from Coral Cablea, DAILY ",J0..1 1,101,
Hospital. The baby weighed THURSDAY'S ADMISSION'S They have purchased a home gwn.ele.e IU.'..'

seven pounds and eight Winter Haven Enjoying; a weeks visit her with Mr. and Mri. J. 8. Valentine& Lake Alfred on South Lake Florence Drive

ounces A daughter weighing six Mrs C.at M.the McElvey Holiday Jr.Inn entertained today Mill Waltrina Amerson Road, are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Marks, of IVaeeful Valley, Clyde N. Y.

pounds thirteen and three with a luncheon honoring Master John C Stator Master lilt and Mrs. Mark are en route to the Welt Coast for the winter .*....on.
Jeffery F. Master Andrew
quarter ounces was born at Miss Jean Knorr and her bridal Taylor
11:15 pm yesterday In the attendants. Miss Knorr will be Croft Master James D. Mr. and Mrs. (hirlr* Laicas Mr and Mrs. John Msnley" A llsrvest MM* Ball will beheld
local hospital to Mr. and Mrs. married tomorrow evening to Campbell II. Mrs Richard P of Panama City are among are arriving from Opp. Ala tomorrow night at the 'DAIar
Ernest T. Davle of Auburn- Gary C.Uslna of Miami. Georges Mrs James J. MeColdrick the! outof.town guests expected for the Me Intosh Broom wedding Lake Region Yacht and Country '
dale Miss Cathy E. War fur the wedding and re tomorrow night In the Club Dinner will be

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P.Georges The luncheon table was centered ren. Miss Krishna S. Psge ception tomorrow night of Miss Eagle Lake Assembly of God served from seven to tea p m w ,r art? ,t.f.rcstol .
are announcing the with a beautiful bridal- Mrs. Erwin F Avery, Mrs Charlotte McIntosh and Alvin Church.Mr. and dancing to the music of
birth of a son at >.03 p.m. white floral arrangement. Harold R Plummer Mrs Broom. the Sundown Valley Boys will
yesterday The baby's weight James W. Shafer William A. Mrs. Ortriide Blake of Chi and Mrs. Stephen" J.Keshe be from eight until midnight.
was recorded at eight pounds Invited guests were Miss Clark Roy Skinner. cago, III Is spending three of North Turn. Me Country music and square
five and a half ounces, Knorr, Mrs Carl Knorr, Man Dundee weeks with her son in law and are among those arriving for dancing will highlight the evening
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil P. Pettls Charles Uslna, Miss Catherine Miss Caroline Waters. daughter Mr. and Mrs Ray the winter season They are '. activitiesCUT.
are the parents of a five Uslna, Miss Judy Parker, Mrs. Auburadale llammette and family, located at 1M2 11th Street NE
pound fourteen and a half Don Crowson Mrs. James Mrs Ernest T. Davis, Mrs.
born 1:58 Evans, Mrs. Helen Tlsdale and William Mrs Mrs. Paul Suites will be S
ounce son at : a m T. Quattlebaum Mrs! Allea Cheek has returned
today In the community hospital Mrs. Robert Jones of Tallahas James D Boggs. Zamon L model In the SorosU Club from s visit with her
see Johnson fashion show to be given tomorrow daughters Mrs Robert Lsssl

Lake Alfred at the Municipal BuildIng ter Hopewetl Vs, and Mrs
Mrs. Lee Sutherland la Aubundale A luncheon h Harold Bern tCltton. High
Red white & blueretirement Eagle Lake will be served at 12 30 Pout N.C. FUELBILLSupto50l >> provUUt In HmillictiiMto you with 1'11'1"

Ralph CrowelL
Mr. and Mrs. I. ". King and coiivnnU'iit banking fac-llllleM
Bradley Jaactloa .
Mr. aid Mrs. Dlsherof
plano Mr and Mrs John A. Me- family have moved to Winter Dayton, Ohio are among/
Haven from Orlando, and are Swrita
Knight. the out-of town guerts for the :
residing on 10th Court NE
wedding tomorrow of Miss
W inter Haven Charlotte Ann Mclnlosb and CHECKINGr
Mr. and Mrs. HartM II. Par
Mrs. James A. Brsotiey Alvin Glenn Broom
J. C. Corbin. Harold F Fre- loa are getting Milled at the Checking Account
o Lake Deer Trailer Park for
A ver. Bun Haynes. Mrs Katy Mr. sad Mrs. II. Perkins ofKllbukonk. Hjwcial Checking Account
th. winter season. They are
Jungknecbt. Mrs Alfred La- Canada
lad Ontario :
resident of Liberty,
Mgne, Miss Ira L Monies, have arrived to spend the SAVINGS
Albert S Oflesby. Albert J. Mrs. James MrGeMrhk was winter season here They Ire

aN Olsen Mrs Braden B. Ramsey admitted yesterday to the loested at 303 Avenue lfiilur Mitvlnir
and infant daughter Winter Haven Hospital
Thomas II. Rutledge Miss Mr. anal ben J. J. Taener ChriatriiM Club HtsvlnuwCeirllflCMloei /

Wanda F Schmidt, Baby Rev. Thomas and children art newcomer of ItoiNmlt
Bruce D. Wallace, Mra Jobs to Winter Haven from Pennsylvania

R Williams and Want lOlL Is Honored They ore residing on IXANHInMnlluiemt
Lake Alfred
Mrs. MsIUe J. Free.Asbsr.dale .
FoUowtng prayer meeting CIa lAnnmMorttfMtre

Oscar Howard Tom D. Wednesday right, members and of (,u,....
mends of Baptist Temple E. SCHMIDT
U.S.SAVINGS Howard, Frank C Owens, Dundee, gathered In the recreation D.D.S. l'er.unsl| Loan
Wesley M. Ttppen.D rooms of the church lora
.... time of fellowship, honoring '_If
with the ill new
BONDS Julian M Phillips.Eagle the pastor, Rev. Jack Thomas, She .,..,iM .f !lie SPI5CIAL. HI2IIVICI3S:
Lake on his birthday. FUEL SAVING
Mn. Harry C. Taylor. A lace cloth covered the refreshment effoe fin W lisle U"JNilU lIo u"Traveller.

table, with seasonal Practice of Dentistry Cheock.'rltUs'r .
flowers placed at vantage
Refreshments of ck, P te. h Arp.f S..e/
cookies, fudge punch aad coffee
I Invite WU. To Their Services were served to abort torti Mrs. Tel 291-002) lly APIMJ|fitment

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Oneness Falk. Attend The Church Of Your Choice Mad And Avenne GOld
Mth and Ater... M, NW Lakeland Read

10 00 a.m.-Sun. School Ed WMney, Pastor
ti 00 a.m.Son. Worship ICS: rn.-Sun. School11:50.m.Moiaisg
100 p.m-Y.P.C. Meeting : Worship

7 00 pm.-Evangelistic Meet LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange E. N. HUDSON CO. ICS: pm.-TrainiBg, Union
7 45 p.m.-Wed.. Bible Study MATHER ':00 p.m.Eveefag WorshipMETHODIST


Rev. Cinch Brace, ParlorS FURNITURE CO. Wi" ., H."..'. Finns REALTOR Rev Robert Staadtfer

43 .m.-Sun. School lie Third S. Furnilur Balder,. CarMtaP n ''WlI INSUftANCt 11:00: a.m.-WorsUp
11 00 a.m.-Morning Worship. Hme el Qualify l! Fvmltor Lwrho. 8 e Dr..,,... r .. .. ( 10:00: a.m.-Sun. SchoolIOOp.sn.Metbothat
.. .
Serv.Tuei. tit W. REAL l : Youth
7 00 p.m-EvangeIiiUc
Sob Send
et Are J. M.W. .. ''''OWI Wisest Hevee Fellowship
7-00 p.m.-Midweek service CY 1.011,1 (05 rope Ave. N.W. ....- FOJJYour NEEDS. ... ties 7:00: p.m.-Wed., Choir prsc-

INWOOD BETHEL 7:30 p.m.-See. Thurs. of each

ASSEMBLY OF GOD It's "Flne.r-hckin' Good" Art/ *** Services the Ctcnh month Women's Society of
ne Rev William D. Lee Christian Service
Z9MMZ .........,.,. .4 Tew Ckelco ftls Week
Pastor ., 7:30: p.m.-Thun. Prayer
9:45: a.m.-Sun. School '1W '' Meeting
11:00: .m.-Moralng Worship r4 i BEYMER MEMORIAL

C:30: p.m.-Chriit Ambassadors f 5\\ METHODIST
Service .. .yA..Yrr .. 700 N. Lake. Howard Drive
7:00 p.m.-Evangelistic Serr. '*.. .' Rev. Lea F. Xing, Pastor
'S Iaa6th
Wed.: I. y II (M sin Morning WorshipS
T:00: p.m.-Prayer and Praise YF A H 30 p.m.-Methodist Youth
Service Cl R.s Fellowship
St.. N.W. 294.2235
DUNDEE hone 294-2It 130 p.m.-Evenln Worship

Highway 541 T 30 p.mWed.., Mid-Weep

Rev E. M. Divli Service
The nursery will be open for
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School s ,1
all servicei.
11:00 a.m.-Ministry of Word 'E The Publix Market
7:30 -Evangeliilic Serr
Wed.: ) Gardens Read
FRUhvye N.r1a 0.5. Cypress
1:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting I
at Lake Roy

SIDE ;; Drin.fD ) Rev William TWln, Pastor
EAST f (/ ; T\ 1 4gC.nGr11'L
Dandee Highway, Lake Region l c 1:45: a.m.-Worship Service
Sub. Dis sic. rr i Meea.D.iefAf 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School
R. Paul Wood Pastor IW. NA 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
ti INn.n' 3:30: p.m.-Methodist Youth
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
11:00: a.m.-Morninf Worship .,..... Fellowship
6:30: p.m.-Youth Service ELOISE METHODIST
7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Serf .. lilY Trey Hatmaker
7:45 p.m.-Ttiuri. Midweek r Third Street
Vtrvlce STARPRESS 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
11:00: ) a.m.-Morning Worship
: pm.MYF7:30'.m.E"ening
110 8th Street PRINTINGIUSINESS : Worship
Rev Barney L. Oswalt, Pastor
11:45: a.m.-Sun. School FIRST METHODIST
G i& @ Lake Alfred
a.m.-Mornlng Worship
4ernt Chorck of The Lighted Cress'
7:00: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. HI" INDUSTRY Rev Darold N. Storm

Tuesday Electric Co. GOVERNMENT 1:45 a.m.-Church School
7-30 p.m.-Youth Service Tampa (All Ares)

Thursday Nursery data during Chinch

7'30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Not old enough for a novel I, a dictionary, an ency x._ Adv tMii|ferric*. In*. School
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTH GATE eloped! IknoINrI.. 11:00: a.m.-Tonhlp Service
An. C 2nd, SE Nursery during Morning Worship
Corner of NA rse.vAL
But old enough for the Bible) IIAN.aM.
Rev Emerson Jones, Pastor CITIES SERVICE
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School For In these before she fully understandsIts 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wh.,. truth, a child very learns years to respect God'a Word. Reverence (Juniors, Jr. High, Sr. High)
1:30: p.m.-Woman's Missionary your earne.lrs 1[$ la born. A sense of the Importance of religion ., t > 7:30 p.m.-Midweek Worship
Council develops yy', iicn Informal Bible Study

7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. tho b..t.COME I utr 1:30 p.m.-Fellowship Supper
7:30p.m.: -Chrlit Ambassadora The puaaagres muat be short and sensibly chosen nil Last Fri each month
Wed.: Childish but searching questions must be answered. I FREE METHODIST
AUONMINTaND Mother and Dad will discover that
7:30: p.m.-Midweek services, D.""'. T...."..". A N. A. Bit Truth to their I child deepens their own comprehension.Take I DOWNTOWN SOUTHIAIT PLAZA Z9Z5 Lake /Jfred Read
tesUmoniei, special prayer I r. Se. N.M, CT 1-1717 Rev. Chadwlck DoDD III", Pastor
LAKE IDA advantage of a parent's most sacred privilege 'fa Rev Mariam Donnally,
Introduce your child to God. Make the Biblm. part of the 'P Associate Pastor
Rev Olin Luke, Pastor family. Participate in and cooperate with the Church's t:45: a.m.-Sun. School
Virgil Pope, Supt. BANK OF program of religious education.A .... Pelk Cee-tfy's Leedle. 11:00: a.m.-Worship
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School, Bible CHEVROLET DEALER 6:45: p.m.-Christian Youth
Study child grows npirltunlly whose parent prow Cru..derl.
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship spiritually! N% e VOLUME SELLINd6OOO 1:43 p.m.-Free M e t h o d l 111 t

7:45: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic ._ i DEALS Youth

Thurs.: -- o GOOD URVICE 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service

1:45 p.m.-Prayer meeting I Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday TRINITY METHODIST
I Exodus Deuteronomy J Deuteronomy Psalms t.tklel: Matthew lofaUh.w Chevrolet Center CllUROI
BAPTIST 24:3-8: 6:1.0 6:20.26 77:1-15: II ::1'M1! UIO.l: : Rev. B. It. Blackbura. Pastor
DAVISTAI BAPTIST .M' .>" < I" M ft. S.W. CTWI4J 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School,
Rev Lester E. Miller, Pastor MEMBER '.D.I.C. tt1 t i1flt t tJ j 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
IIIw,. 17-N. el Barlow. Air Base ; 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship

10:00: a.m.-Sun. Sch-01 - -- Nursery available for Sun.
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School and morning worship.
6:30 .
1:30: p.m.-Training Union : p.ra -M.Y.F.
7:45: p.m.-Evening Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Wed.: THI UNreAL IUeTIIe Morrison's WINTER HAVEN Sixth
St. at Ave. G., N.W.
7:45: p.nLTraver. Bible Study C..I ATTEND TilE STORE LAKE REGION BANKOf PLANING MILLS Rev James R. Blackwood,

,Rev James DUNDEI Ilamrkk, pastor Cell"ty'L,4t..PolkBelk CHURCH OF YOUR A: 1: CafeteriaDINNER Commerce a,.. Robert Pastor Farrow, Associate

i 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School D.,.,tmidHOME. 1 1I 8:30: a.m.-Worship Service
11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Worship Store CHOICE SUNDAY t (M 9:4J: a.m. Sun. Church School

6:30: p.m.-Training Union ey C 1 11:00: a.m.-MorniDg Hour of
1City I Worship

7:30 7:30:: p.m.p.m.-Evenln-Choir Practice OP City Drug Co.JIM Thrifty afar Chunk ;- 81Z11 l AH Kin* .1 1.SIJI.o! M.t. UI 7:00: m.-Esch Third Sun.,
., Preibyteers
Wed.7:30:p.m.-Prsyer Meeting QUALITYLAKE SCOTT rti.rm"l.l till tthSt, M.W.: 11, .. e W. Cmrtral A.... 1-s.y -or.tow:f ." In Nwlk- \:FlNSMlneCTMIII: 12:15: Noon. Each Fourth Mon
--- Women's
T Association

Rev. R. W. Waterman, Pastor
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School James L. Knight Jr. Baptist ALLIANCE CHURCH SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7:30: p.m.-Each Wed. October,
11:00: a.m.-Preaching 9:43: a.m.-Sun. School 1804 Sixth Street NW Rev. G. Blair McGarveyW. Ave L, Near Sixth St., NW (Mermen) Rev J. G. Williams. Pastor June Mld-.'k Chapel Service
6:15: p.m.-Training Union. 10:43: a.m.-Morning Worship Fred Schopke Jr., 8.8. 8npt. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School pupils IU8 Sob Street. SE 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School HOPE
Union 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School up to 20 ;flU of age. Elder D. L. Brlnkerhofr, Bishop PRESBYTERIAN
p.m.-Tralnln 11:00
7:30: -Preaching : : a.m. Morning
p.m. 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School Worship Cypress Gardeaa Readat
11:00: a.m. Church Services
10:45 Morning Worship -
7:45: p.m.-Evening Worship. : a.m.- 1:30: a.m.-Prlesthood 7:00: p.m.-Evening
FIRST-OF ELOISE Wed.: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 1:30: p.m.-Youth Groups 8 00 p.m.-Wed.. Testimony 9:30: s.m.-Tues. Relief Society 7:30 Worship Lake lee
Rev. Walter E. Matbeiy, 7:30: p.m.-Prsyer ServiceIIAVENDALE 6:43: p.m.-Training Union 6:30 p.m.-Adull! Bible Study MeetingThe 10:00: .m.-Slln. School 7:30: p.m.-Tues.Priyer p.m.-Fri., Young Meet.Peo Rev.9:45: William a.m.-Sun.H. Dewney, Pastor
Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room Is located 1.00 p.m.-Sacrament Meeting pl.'. Service 11:00 Church School
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 130p.m-Wed. Prayer Wed.: at Ave. B and 2nd St., NW. No evening meeting first Sun. : a.m.-Morning Worship
6:30: p.m.-Training Union Rev Cecil Peacock, Pastor Meeting; 7:30: p.mr-Hour of Power of each month. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 5:30: p.m.Junior, Senior High
7:45: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School prayer Wed.: KINGDOM HALL Youth groups
11:00: a.m.-Worship Service RIFLE RANGE CHURCH OF GOD 7:30: p.m.-M.I.A. S:1S: p.m.-Mon., Girl Scout
CATHOLICST. nil ISlh Street W. Troup No. 33
10:00: .m.-Sun. School Service 7:00: p.m.-Training Union Avenue E and 7th NW Thurs.:
(IndepeadeaOR. JOSEPH 8:00: p.m.-Sun., Public talks 8:45: p.m.-Seeond Tuei: Men'i
Wed.: 7:30: p.m.-Evenln Worship 4:30 ,
Rev. Prlngl p.m.-Prtmarle. Children
Ray ,
7:45: p.m.-Pllyer, Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Wed.-Prsy Meet. Dale Simpson, Pastor The Rev Matthew J. Connolly 7:15: p.m.-sIlD., "Watchtower" Dinner
IP 00 a.m.-Sun. School Pastor 10:00: .m.-Sun. School TEMPLE EMANUEL: 1:00: p.m.Tuea.. "Your Win B. 7:00: a.m.-Wed.-Mea'a Break.
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Done on Earth" Study fast
11:00 ,
FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN : a.m.-Morning Worship Avenue M aid th. NW LAKELAND
0. Charles Hortoa School., Pastor Rev Albert Caraett Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Sun. Masses-7:30: : 9.00.11:00: 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. 8. Lake Hollugswerth Dr. 7:10 p.m.Thuri., Ministry 8:00: p.ra.-Wed. Choir Re-
1:43: a.m.-Sun. 1:30 Morning Worship Wed.: Holy Day Masses-7:00 Wednesday: Rabbi School bearialTflO
: a.m.- : : Shapiro
11:00 6:15:: a.m.a.m.--Training Morning Worship.Union. 9:45: am.-Sun. School 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 1:00: p.m. 7:30: p.m. YPE and Prayer Frl. 8:00: p.m. Evening Serv. I 8:30: p.m.-Tbura., Sent, Meet. : p.ra. .Thura. Boy Seoul
Troop No.
1:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship FIRST CHRISTIAN First Fr. Missea-7:00: a.m. meeting Sat. 9:00: a.m. Morning bra GRACE LUTHERAN!: '. 5C5
Wed.' 6:43: p.m.-Training Union Weekday Masses:-7 a.m. Sun. 10:00: '.m. Sunday Sen. ; 4th and Avenue C, 8E THE SALVATION ARE
1:00: p.m.-Ev'sing WorshipWed. (Disciples ef Christ Contu.lonl-5It Eve of Holy WEST WINTER HAVEN >n4 84. and Ave.
7:45: p.m. Bible Study, Prayer. : : Rev August Ben"'". Paste T, NW
.: Rev James N. Baraett. Pastor Day: 4:00: to 3:00: -7:30 to 1:30: S4th Street NWA. 9:13: a.m.-Cun. School Captain. W. Whittle
FIKST-OF INWOOD 1:30: p.m.-Mid-week Prayer 1:30: a.m.-Bible School J. Dvacaa, Pastor ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL 9:15: a.m.-Adult Bible Class Officer la Charge
Rev J. W. Campbell, Pastor 10:43: a.m.-Morning Worship EAGLE LAU: 10:00: a m.-Sun. School Seventh St sod Ave. L. NW 10:30: m.-Servlce of 8:43: a.m.-Sun. School
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School SOUTH SIDE Nursery CHURCH: OF CHRIST 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Rev. N. Rector HOLY COMMUNION Worship 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship
11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Worship R. 11. Malcolm, Pastor 10:45: a.m.-Junior Church (forages L B. Chaslala. Minister 7:00 p.m.-Evening Evange- Rev. C.Cyril Lee CilberUoa Sturrup,, Curate First Sua. Each Month ton3 p-m""Youn Peoples' ....
6:43: p.m.-Training Union Barney Cowden, 8.8. Supt. 4 through 3) 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study little TELEVISION"THIS
6:00 p.m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a.m. Sun. Bible School 1:45 p.m.-Youtt Choir Prae. 11:00: a.m.-Preaching, Worship Tues.: 7:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist U THE LIFE" 7:30 p.m.-Evenin Worship
Wed.: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Preaching 6:45: p.m.-Christian Youth 6:30: p.m.-Preaching 1:30: pm.-Prsyer Meeting 9:13: a.m. Family Eucharistand 1:30: a.m.-Channel 8 Tuea.:
7:30 p.m.-Micl.Wel'k Prayer 7:00: p.m.-Study class for all Fellowship (Senior) Wed.: Thura.: Instruction 11:00 s.m.-Channel 8 4:00 p.m.-Sunbeemi
FIRST-OF WAIINETA ages, Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed.) 1:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7:30 pm.-Young People's Endeavor 11:00: a.m. Morning Prayer RADIO BROADCASTS ':30 p.m.Ladles Home
for men and women 7:45: p.m.-Evening Worship and Sermon I League
Rifle lane Read 8.00 p.m.-EnnlD. Cvange> Wed.: 4 TH ST. BAPTIST MISSIONRev. WEEKDAY SERVICES 10:30-Complete: Service Wed.:
Rev, Frank Fiats lisle Serv. Broadcast, WSIR 1:30: s.m-Ladies Bible Class II. T. Ward Pastor ELOISE Wednesday, 7:30: a.m. Holy T:30 p.m-Girl Guards
1:45: a.m.-Sun. Service 1.00 p.m.-Ved. Prayer MeetIng Chisel 1 1St 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School .... W. E. Wright Eucharist WGTO (S:OKC) ':&5 p.m..pr.yer Meeting
11:00: a.m.-Morning Message Bible Study Seventh s&. SW 11:00: a.m.-Preaching Services 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School IIVAFFILIATED Fri.:
Friday, ':30
a.m. IlolyEucharist
7:00: p.m.-Training Union CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 7:00: pm.-TraLnlIl' Unior 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4:00 p.m.- unbr Choir
1:00: p.m.-Evening Sermon JAN-PIITL (Independent) 1.00 pm.-Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.-Fvening Worship 3.00 p.m. Meeting at the J.C.'a 7oq p.m.-Boy Scouts

Wed.. : L B. Omstreti, Pastor 3M Lake Blie Dr. NW Wed.: Wed: Club House at 6U Street, SE.ABIDING .
I 00 p m.-Mld-wek prayer Corner el Recker highway and llavendale. Blvd. 7:45: p.m.-Preer ServiceWed. 1:30 p.m.-Frl.r Service DAY ADVENT1ST
service, inspiration HaUteld Read Off .: Frt: IMMANUEL LUTHERAN SAVIOURLITHERN 41 A'.. K.. 8C
Delmar D. Debaalt. Minister
Central Baptist Chart 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School 1:30 a.m.-iiible School 7:30 p.m.-Bible Study 7:30: p.m.Young People's Meet U4I S4 8&.. NW. In lawe4Rev. CHURCH George N. Whines
: Sat.
Corner Sixth St., Ave A, NW 11:00: a.m.-Jorning Worship Worship Martin Calata. Pastor IN AMERICA :
10:45 a.m. Morning
1:15: -Training Union Havendal.
p.m. m.
( -FAMILY WORSHIP" bmlttard
alf R. D. ledges, Pastor 1:30: p.m.-CbrlUID Endeavor ala 1STLer.W CHRIST 11:00
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.in.-Evenuig Worship 7:30 Service 9:30: m.-Sun. School, Adult lev. Charles Dkkses. ruler t.-Worship Service
: p.m.-EYfnin between Ave. J ft K B. 1. 0........ MuUitrr Bible Study Sunday School Sua. Television:
11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Worship A.M.
PARKLAND BAPTIST : 14th St. NW, Winter. Have.Bryn U.OO a.m.-Bible Study 2:00 noon-Channel 9 Faith
10:15 a....-S... Divine Service Divine
1:30: p.m.-pre.unlc. prayer 7:30 Mid-week service Worship 10 30 A.M.
1(0 Eighth Street SK : p m.- 8. inky, MinisterSun. 11:00: .....Worthip Service for Today
7:30: p.m.Evangelist preaching Rev Gene Hitchcock, Pastor Wed.:Choir rehearsal .: 630" ".....-Evening!' Worship NON.DENOMINATIONAL Holy Communion First Sunday SIlL Radio:
1:00: p.m.-Wed., prayer meeting 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School 6:43: p.m.-Juniors 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study Wed.: DRIVE-IN SERVICES each month. 9M: ...,WSUN (C0 The
Bible studyLAKE 11:00: a.m. 1:15: p.m.-Seniors 7:30 StudyPRIMITIVE CHURCH OF NAZARCNKFIRST Voice of Prophecy.
-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service : p.m.-Bible Spawsered .y
ALFRED 6:43: p.m.-Trslnmg Union 1.00 p.m.-Eveaing CHLRLijMsrlo. : Tu...:
UNITY BAPTIST Methodist Men's Club at Outdoor .
M. 7:.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1:00: p.m.-Worship Wed.: Wright m.-mrvr Meeting
475 W. Hakes Blvd.H. Wed.: CHRIST CHUtCII 7:30: p.m.-MId.Week Service North Lake .... Drtvt an4 Drive-In Theater Haven 9:45: 6.m.-Sea. School cfeataHlsr Adventist Church
W. KHUagswerta, Passer 1:30 p ...Prayer meeting Church ef the "Daily WoH Ave. X. NW Dale Rain Blvd.shine...e cry Sun. ..30 .... 19:50 ....-Wonhip BArrUT TEMPLE.: : DUNDEE
10:00: ..m.-5l1a. School. Ode A. Meyer, Minister. LAKE REGOVf! rXTTAMVN Supply Minister or 8:15: p.m.-Adult Bible Study Jack TWeaaa. Pastor
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship METHODISTELOISE3RD Sunday Devotional 11 a.m. Lakeland 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study LAKE ALFREDPRESRTTERLIN 8:15: p.m.-Young Proofs 8.00 ....-Sua. School
1:30: p.m.-Christ Ambassadors STREET Tuesday Musk dub 11:00 a.m Worship Service 8:13 p...-J nio Society 11:. a.m.Moraiag Worship
7:30 p.m.-Evening Service Rev Pad D. Swisher. 421 E. Park .t Success I I 19:00: a.m. Church Service Each 4th Sunday Fellowship Rev David E. Dtetiel. Pastor 1:. p.na.-erv.. W CvangeSsm 7.00 ,...Efeniag Worship!
Wed.: 10:00: a.m.-Church School Sunday School: 11 a.m. Sunday School Sunday Serving dinner on the 9:45: .....- ... School 7:30 p._,-Wid.. Mi4."Ysek Wed:
7:30 p.u.-Prayer. Bible Study; 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Center 114 So. lore IJ'OUDda UooMCJI'1Iia.C Warship Service T:39: jsu-Mi4.Week PraerCRtJltCII



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Nixon Seeks Moderate LUCKY sAN DtKbo NEWSMEN. Calif (UPI) -

NEWS OF RECORD ilia Dlefo's 4Siin city .mplfll"
I moved Into tht'! new multl-rn11-.
lion dollar
... It was a lucky Frj"aII"I I13th ,
I Line For RepublicansWASHINGTON 1111. fern elaWeYIT tICI m.vs Inai. IifltUeIf JL'1.On.; := HMl.SMMMfT MM MUta. 11 see.JaR11wDae .. for newsmen, Ill,, 1 I li >. ,

sisal." !' ad Ilr.K ...* **. ...... .1:i.Mr .:. ='eI.MN, Peawn w a.s:.. :! -= were Installed III the I","I'lIr"' lti
r ": r"1. =-::. pressroom, the onlv "lfi:.< ,. .on
Irn J.n dE rr w Ftwtlta Brraati em'
(UPI) For. ace. He said new GOP leader.< II.I wr FainMa* Mouse, attllMa l.r e A, .ft, ft-.. 'he 13th flour.

mar Viet President Richard M. ship was essential after the 115. Df:"amT !Le ''Ititnaat, tkaanmaie W IInu;: := N.i d lnaill. HMtnl TrrMBktiwd* r1lnlre' lahT f\::
Nixon was suggested today to estrous Nov. 3 election defeat i,r tune tuition r Charm : ItlY11-.YNUut1111MnuhiUIlMH
r" .jrtirl, ulien divem -1L. __ M ......., Inc.D:1.I.i Mwwd *f lil:>r 11 Hvlnw. m
I I bead a proposed group to re.I "Nixon is the logical personto JHh" V ooodvm lukrdtMi .tc } .ltd SIMM Wtllait knlth, 37 BIT.NMwrk .
IAsa n Ctar 0 DnhAHhw
I build the Republican part provide the Interim leader.ship J".ny AiMlut Drlanel H Tftrer MIBUlmHIt*! Inom r s1a11A ''IUie U U 1Uc iUr n UkMtndUd INSURANCE
... wore,, Dirll Cot ShlKWll M,
alone more moderate Una res K ooft vi Mtnlr Ciolt dlwrt Auburn.
Griffin said "He has ...
Kun r D 4o'u Caller e Willie" June ... r't
Rep. Robert P. R. earned the ane louse ft M L. MrTh hWrCo.rairpM.ete7Nra sPECiulstr
Griffin respect of all ele. .
Mich. dnn.n. e-.lohn'wo Oe tree tl Ktlph ,........ evIw itMl.rrt.lMaMl
advanced Nixon's meats of
name toe party and hu the Ko ion eim action .. :..rrM.dt-! 11
in endorsing the stature *>k. r O'trrf n JeRn Cwnli .. .. 'lieua-. dsleld. eNet atIt1
proposal by to call them together. ...... Morford end Danaa aiHunaa Mot T"t
Rep. Melvin R. Laird, R.WU., There also have been propos. .- .l1 r.rll. 11i.. Reel P.r1 .t V. .... 11NWre :\,.x,ysyo. ..., ._...... eW.Neel' .
for creation of a temporary all that Nixon be named to re. $2,000 GRANT Dr. Charles T. Thrift, left, president of Florida Vere.il,''a 1Ni*** *i::1r n William w W'nll.Me' fijmBrx: .,Trit>i, Sc .lItl'\I..r.0tirl .'- I. ;11 'qus. rleer.rIw ax.Mh.II. James H. Cross
party agency outside the Re. place Dean Burch u chairman Southern College, receives$2,000 check from H. K. Duffleld, pen paer xM M. S Noctrt. Plum '., n'y JuMd M axaM6YihilRlae. .'Jo ."e; 5.111. derwd. ..... .1Asir

publican National Committee to of the Republican National Jr., local representative ofthesears-RoetuckFouadatlon. Florida Crt h Ny.n.Nel.eNiM..o.eo NKorn. II I .. larr. _... r:. levee. ,, ... a. 231A Third St.. S.W.

1 reshape Griffin the said GOP.in an Interviewthe president Committee has but ruled the former himself vice out Southern from the Is foundation among 600 colleges receiving grants totaling$700,000 e. 'n. N a T .MIl :.d.id: .'hi""'''E"A. .. J.. area Olw' Nor M..'ir/....... eNMy.y rhone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN

Ken"D Tanitrl: r. T.rrf 'tellle. If ene'N LIFEINSURANCE
: party develop a for that post : A McR111. eihMr Me > Mar-
!!I "moderate conservative" 1m. n.::. .lie i rilMM and. AuerlaledKl"7riSf .rh1Y t4 YN cc. wnnll IMNeeirt e. ., ........... ... If em.rr .
Rep Robert
R. R. en' "
Barry, ** r **
Sears Awards ; : ...., CO.
N.Y., a moderate who was de. ----, W ne fcmni RIMr A miner. MeTI ....... t I..... tau. '":1':1& ='"'''''' .....

1 feated for re-election in the ,W jMaaiXnkarl whir tlrtl 1 a.UaTjaMTfijjwtrrr TI::: r:'J. ...:. w S:._ ..." Y xq Life Group

Democratic landslide offered M onre Ww .. :::riootta e Mortgage
i Lake Shipp himself Thurlday'as a eandl. a *'mMW la eweai :ri' Y'ar7 ts. own. te, Lee Steel..Nn "
date for FSC J2.000 W A IrelaiU n. Kaikerue ...1.... 'I For men, the FDR 'Campobel- Health & Diubil.tyHotpt .
GOP national chairman
If Burch quits WUi'1rrtiif! ... Mlanl IrtlM. dlB _. L.IUI: ferN ::; lo' ahape-lt-yourself hat will be .lixation

1 Barry told United Press Inter. .ti-rrli.Ul Oeolikr ,*. Dole Warn web.b'.. v. ebet top In the tprlflc with lots of

Church To national he would not seek the B/iTrd"!; ',.I''XFflntork, n., milk I. Ie.wJt.. ..-n-r. ...... L 11>... new fabrics for perk-plee and Educational
side-dent style. jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiniuiiniiHiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMiiimiHMitDAIIT
M llnlnrt
Job If Burch decided to contln. LAKELAND An unrestricted Dem;(.: RIIH'e.'c.*. H. Pies ftM r L. wwd .

ue, but added, "if I was askedto pant$2,000 has been .",o rahBMa ... KriH U ,...._, = rin'11"fllr. dA, rr
take the I could not awarded Florida Southern College :: -
post, Ot '' TiuntT attlnn *>nti *|* 11= 'tPllr r.- 1'"
by the Sears Roebuck .,, i COIN l M.L ... .
j Mark Birthday say no ;:,:: > 00 HYMNMM" JW.. '. ==
The outgoing lawmaker said Foundation. C? y. ''n< Hwik ft WlntMukvikr .. .
: : 1aIi FNlen M
: N
R. WM M Ian.
e :
he thought he was qualified for A check for that sum was mnn.rls'jN IIpw.rr.W.,1:: MATH UlSIN DAILY CAIIS

', The Lake Shipp Baptist the position on the basis of his presented to Dr Charles T, d :HUM'. lana.l-" .inL Hank'lreelM N* n JaaiM Man- tgheer pwR WORSHIP IN YOUR CAR
Church will mark Its nth anniversary experience as an aide to former Thrift, president of Florida "* .
: ... War- R.r.: .... ,....1:1.. '
WaltU .b
O ( Mantrel
Sunday with a special President Dwight D. Elsenhow. Southern, by H. K. Outfield, : 'J\; .. 7i *n* e. IACH SUNDAY MORNINft isle! .r Shies)
.: ... ...
1 Homecoming service, a guest t.l .1 AUiaa SralrlM AleUn AIM
er and onetime GOP preslden. Jr., local representative of the r yyMr.siveri'ii JUKM H. VIMM&A / et I:It A.M. et the
speaker, and dinner on the tial nominees Wendell 1.. MIL. foundation. H>:lr:., K' MrBrldi 'L Henrf O. Me.bi SL'S,
r fir dlvorreTh n ItMitnl Nettle OUTDOOR DRIVMN CHURCH
a grounds. kle and Thomas E, Dewey ." .. *>>lni Kent el. ** MUM*. lm.l
n. ... tare-: UwrFrMi OweN JAI=-.
i n> r HxnmMd el vi fleet
This church was opened as -------- Duffleld said the Sears-Roe 1 orteaee. ., Dsaerleetleeel...
i a mission by the First Baptist buck Foundation Is awarding F.H, rant Oeomer e4*? N .IIIITlIi 'tI-w. I. N.-
r> n AI li.m Nrare '1. CONDUCTID IN THI
Church of Winter Haven on Nov. grants totaling$700,000 to more h. :> nin e1.Ne..1ry,5p '* wf YIM ua.IN I r' AllreQ. ea10.s .
Labor ., ... !
i >i. te dlilrtrl rwrtr
j 15, 1953 and became a fully organized Party thant 600 privately supported ? Nn Pauline" Mllell Cell OMUNI 0. a.Mle r. Cee.a HAVENDALE DRIVE-IN THEATRE
.. .
,, Southern Baptist colleges and universities (: .:: MIAm AI mlao ..:IOf'\ h C'Ui NPcro I.... ....,.Io Neelelx. flail d.rr 11coo. COMI At YOU All MAVt YOUR FAITH LirriOPCCIAL '
Church on Jan. 1, 1956 with a dam w ( <*d AMruvji "'" count
"The grants --- -- nual.prta ,YM L__ QUilT PIAKIN HIV MODN1V JOHNION
are part of the : I"r"INPN.eMNt 1M
membership of 89. Present : I t7JNM.M 10 .
membership Is 297. Faces Crucial foundation's new program to aid NEWEST r IMIU In South Tntr itntlUh finil:..Aaa. L,:!t >k. IV J.. .M ,1i\01.120 't: I AimlaU Meter, B.ym.r Mee.r/el/ l NittoINt Cnu chipeen.rd
private colleges and unlvers- Ir ...r111 iJI'.rer,
I Former pastors are John B. Viet Nam oft-changing AiC.' .ie.r- o a ertii war $ kyMHHODIJT
itles government .. ; I.r""'" "
Duffleld tt
Hall, now pastor of First Bap- stld."The gifts Is Tran Van Houng, Gee1I ( ... 1111 An JK-,- "': aimex ,aN .r.Ned: MIN 0' IITMU MIMOIIAl CMUICNCtlfee
i tlst Church, Crescent City, and are unrestricted so that the : I I : .,: 1 ,'' .-M I"
known to LpirbArl, ... '' Mn.l
1 Test talking reporters Clio of ace Deu* IMf caret;. Iii..... .. r.
Kenneth Sanders, completing TodayLONDON schools may use the money for ;.: J1sa u. WI. Milk. DeeM ServePoe el CeMlmlM ef leak Service
In Saigon. :.:.. D"H;: ,nth, fled dwn di.Don" to."i
their greatest needs." Veen
his seminary training North tl wlel NF
;: anA nltlla Ane 0rare4, II, Sunday Nov. 15th
Jeer n (Idlwf L ,
Carolina. The present pastor dahuuF flnii, d dlrorci, min
In addition, the foundationthis > TM ., ',, ,..M.I 10 L.eNInA
is the Rev. James 1.. Knight
(UPI) The Labor year will provide some
Jr. government braced today for
$850,000 for scholarships and

*|I service Guest will speakers be the at Rev.the Sunday Ches- the most of its crucial.month parliamentaryvote In power advancing other programs the total Duffleld educationalfund said, / rJ WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY.KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS

; ter Carden, once a deacon of The contest dealt technicallywith to nearly $1,500,000.
Lake Shipp Church and now the government's proposal
a j pastor of GolMew Baptist to rebate certain taxes to BrIU 17iO

Church, Lake Wales. The Rev. 1th exporters, but it was under. '/ NMV' From America's Broadloom MillsSURPLUS
I Mr. Carden was named Florida stood that the government's en. 12 Teen-Agers 'l- Leading
Rural Minister of the Year tire economic program was at
last June by Progressive Farmer stake
Magazine and Emory University -

Atlanta. Mrs. Carden Prime Minister Harold WI1. Nabbed In
and their daughters, Linda and son's government already sur.
Susan, will also be present Sun vlved one censure motion aimed BROADLOOM

at its steel nationalization pro.

day.Former members of Lake gram and a "no confidence" r4 ,,
Shipp Baptist Church and other motion In Its program as a Robbery Ring 1 f 1

friends are invited to the Home whole. Today's vote was con.

coming sldered more Important. SI
British governments usuallyare LOS ANGELES (UPI) -

formed to resign after de. Twelve teenagers suspected of RUG SALE !

feat on a major,juony bill. eommltlng 29 burglaries that
Such setbacks strip from them netted them $9,300 In cash and I
Legal f Advertising the power of the purse and thus merchandise said they got the ,

the power to govern Idea from a television show,

Ihtlc.l<0 1MK T. ;('r.ditrrre COINTV "l PUII;'. With 317 seats in the 630-seat reported Temple City today.sheriffs deputies gig ROOM SIZE OVERSIZE RUGS II

tOlttr IM AM FUN fULktOlNTV House of Commons, Labor has The youngsters, led by a 1 So : -
; : LUKIUA a narrow flve.vote majorityover year.old youth, were appre.
Ma..a! II: DcbuenlbkUr the 303 Conservatives and hended Thursday by deputies
Derword the nine liberals. However Insiders who recovered about $2,500 in all rugs serge bound on four sides
To All Cradltora and l'er.un. HarIna
that the
CUimt or Demands A.auut were betting loot.Deputies
Mild Lilatt Liberals would swing to Labor's said members of the

You aid each o( row are her.by .- side, guaranteeing victory.The juvenile gang told them they k; ; choose front
claim notllled and to demand flit 'In duplicate which you all vote concerns the last of called themselves "The ,

have ...,net the .UU ol MaraluUIfc. five resolutions moved after the Rogues" and got the Idea for
Hcluwntlutlor, deceased. In the. Introduction of Labor's "..mer.I.ney" their organization and its ... x 100% NYLONS OR 100% VISCOSE RAYONS
offlc ol Richard A Braniun County
plops from television showthat
budget on Wednesday aIn
Juds at hi* oltxm In the Court a
Ho.... at B rto... rorlda. wilhnill Under parliamentary rules gov. "glamorises criminals." every popular color .
calendar month from October ernlng money bills, the five The youngsters had: ? ,
30 164. which Id the elate ol the :
lint publication ol thus notlc took precedence. -Drawn up an organizationalchart. A
tuck claun or demand must be In .
writing. moat (tat* the plac of
raldenc and poet office addrau Four of the resolutions were
of the claimant moat be iworn to passed Immediately. The fifth Elected leaders, e r r
and most be flied a. aforeeald, or was held back for two days of -Opened bank accounts for K a y .e
elM. same will become void
M. C Bchoenthaler. Jr debate, Thursday and today their profits.
Admin btrator before being brought to a vote -Held weekly dinners to dls.

Oct. 30 NOT. t. II. M. _1H4Meilr ._ The emergency budget fash. cuss "future business",

T. CredHereIM loned at breakneck pace after They also operated under
THE (Ot'NTn 00r.:'. Labor's Oct. IS general election rules that Included:
-"All members must wear
victory provided gasoline
101: NTY rUIIUUA ,
IN RE ESTATe: Or tax increases and raised Income turtle neck sweaters, especially

JAY ANDREW POLLTo x-...... taxes for the top third Income to the weekly dinner meetings
-"At dinner will talk
All Creditors and Penon Having earners,
Clalme or Demand Afawat about this (burglaries).
Bald Eetate,: The government said capital -"We will ride to and from
You. and each ol you are her.
by notified to file 'In duplicate all gains taxes and a special cor. Jobs In taxis wherever possible."Members .
claim and demand which youhav poratlon lax would be Intro. will break up la

anlnit Poll dec.wd the eetat. In of the Jay officed Andrew dueed when the annual budgetthe twos. Each group will pocketown

Richard A. ........ County final measure-is present.ed haul"
Judge at hi* offlc. In the Court<< In April.Chancellor. Deputies said members of the

ear HOUM calendar at Barlow month Florida from within October of the Exchequer gang all from Temple City

SO ItH, which I* the data ol James Callaghan sought to High School admitted burg.
the lint publication ol this' aotlce make the Increases more palaU Urlzlng 19 homes In Temple
Each claim or demand moat ben the sweeten. City, nine In Pasadena and one
writing mint. eta the pie olreildeno able to public by
and poet office addree of log benefits for old age pen. In San Gabriel
the claimant, meat be mrorn M and loners, war veterans. widows, The youths allegedly operated
mUll be tiled aloreeald. or olaeam
will become .oldDorence and the Jobless beginning next two or three nights a week and
L. Poll March 28. told their parents they were goo

EiecutrlcSTRAUOHN 8HARTT The government said the tog to the library.Six .

KAbOGRlDIS emergency budget was made of the boys were booked
Attorney necessary by economic probe on suspicion ol burglary and
XS M*.nolla. Avow Isms Inherited from the prevU held for Juvenile authorities.The Quality Twists
Winter H..... Florida Sale Price !
Oct. 10. MOT S. II 30. 1H4 oar conservative administration. other six were released to
their parents deputies said

-... Velvet Piles $3388
V-. .- .I\'t NEW-

<.R cb r 1t4e... '\\ 43..fr f.i 4 (.,. Hi-Lo Textures 1"' y Values to S79.00

\ (Q4 .... BRECK. .,
tiiatiei L, nom !+ OM frkt for onyof

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hair Breck manageable.


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., aid \ 1,7S Z.IA or. ;4o.100 T, OR ASTT GO SOUTHEAST PLAZA j

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G.to Shopping Contor I SILVERSMITH and W.Control Are Phone CY 3-2165
Suppli.i and Plctur.Framing"
131 Second St., N.W. Phone CY 3.1965
130 W. Control Avo. Phone 294.1266


A Shokot 15c
2403 Avenue C, N.W. Phon. CY 3.2444 AGENCY
Downtown Southooit Pin.
373 Third St. N.W. Phone CY 3.1283
Th. ...t O.tl I"I T.wd"
Appliances Associate Store 260 Siith St., S.W. Phone CY 3-3143 'r:' OF COMMERCE QUALITY ELECTRIC CO., INC.

"Itdc.ck Will Tr...Yew Klkr as Member FDIC Phone CY 4.3131
., 303 Fifth St., N.W. Phone CY 4.4244
1962 Fifth St., N.W. Phono 294.1594

BANK OF LAKE ALFRED Winter Haven, Inc."C.Btr.l .
.... 326 Fourth St., N.W. Phone CY 3.UOS!
120 S.l.ke Short Way M.mb.r FDIC Fler.J.'i Htm. .1 Quality F i+ur.

299.Si..h St.,S.W. Phon.293-9730 221 Sixth St., S.W. Phone CY 3.4101 1
Batter Living Boglnt Whon You Own A N.w Homo" 325 Third St., S.W. Phone CY 3.0116

*.. Eagle" Ave, Eagle l... Phon. 2933559STEWART'S
I IBM Hovondolo 506 Cyprus Gordon Rd. AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf SI Third St.. S.W. Phone 293.5521

Winter Haven
251 Fifth St.,S.W. Phone 294.1313
"Control Polk County'i loodng! D.pt.Stor," FIRST MORTGAGE 595 Sixth St.,N.W. Phone CY 3.4324

Wint.r Hvon Wenw. "" *.1
217 Av.nu.G, S.W. Phon. 293-0161 119 W.C.ntnl t IAvo. Phone 293-SI5I 125 Fifth St., S.W. Ph... CY 3-4151 231 W. Control,Avo. Phone 293-1355


34S Avonuo C, S.W. Phono CY 4-3193 610 1 First St..N. Phone CY 4.31'1 1 243 Avonvo A. N.W. Ph... 294-41 1
1611 Si.th SU S.W. Phon. :'3-4667 ,


Shell Jobbor In Wintor Hovon Lake Alfred Rood Phon. 293.6005 401 1 Sixth St.. S.W. Phone CY 4.3211 1040 Sixth St., S.W. ,hOft.2934153t



Irish, Alabama To Defeat; King Reserred"' <\ Seals Blue Devils Seek Homecoming Win,

On Sale TomorrowReserved

Spartans, Georgia TechBy for ball Winter game a!Havms.Tampa...tlrk..t Km loot:, Play Tampa Jefferson Here TonightBy

will go m sale toniurr w

.. at tile ticket office in 1 ti h. BOB HAVILAND club that can come up with a Knights a much better bail KamO
FRED MCMANE season In llth.ranked Michigan Engineers lost to Tennessee ", high school gymnaMui News-Chief Sport Editor good effort Their one league< than the Blue Devils

UPI Sports Writer State last weekend but if they can athletic directs, ..1.1I I I k 'victory came over Tampa Plant Jefferson lost last week I IB ''I
This la an Important weekend The Spartans (4.3)) are ak overcome that letdown they'll Deednck tins annuniedSeason t The Winter Haven Blue Dev 6-0 after tilt Panthers upset at the hands of an Inspired iu for thoM collage football team ways at their best against the be plenty of trouble for the ticket hohkl'' Us after winning only one of Winter Haven. Jefferson lost pa Hlllsborough club. I Ichampion

hoping to latch on to a post***. "toughies." They have scored Tide. Alabama, though, ls a will lleve.prlOl'l\)' ,in put their last to tour out lone.games any, are horse expected JJ-0 to Robinson while the locals About 6,000 are expected, <,

son bowl bid. impr** iv upsets over South ..v .potnt choice in tills one chasing reserved in k d t in the stable tonight In an attempt lost by 25 points.Many obi see tonight's Homecoming: tilt
servers said Jefferson gave the and the exciting halftime shrm
ern California
and Purdue. This
With only three week left td nurd-ranked Arkansas from 8 until 11 ant rl> to get back on the winning -
the regular season the has been a year of getting even ( trail. Th varsity team
repre. CoLton ; MOrrOw. Reserved ticket
for with an edge toward the
sentatives from the various Irleo, however and they that are Ml will on tikes on the Jefferson Drag

bowls at will the be nation'casting leading a carefuleye can. their rate as Big a Ten 7ty foe.Second.ranked point. pick over an Orange Bowl and Bowl Nebraska probability((8.0), sale at Too,'. Pharmai MI v ons Memorial at I Stadium oVAock In tonight a Western at- Fight Meeting Set Today I

are heavy favorite' to maintain Monday morning
dldatef in the next two Alabama (8.0)Is Conference football tUU
weeks. .
their unblemished marks. T h e The King Winter Haven
drawing the eyes of both the who lead the Itk II is also Homecoming. BOSTON (Vri)-The Mas**. ''It'lbe\ a IN"", all
Among those under serious Razorbacks contest will be played
Sugar and Cotton Bowl commit. tilt with "
After opening season chusett Boxing Commission right H* paused and a consideration for a posUseason tees, but the Crimson Tide Is Southwestern Conference Southern, are a next Friday night in Tarn three shutout victories the locals which dared the fistic world In reluctantly, "of course it j""
berth Is top-ranked Not r e primarily concerned about win. .point choice over pa Kickoff is scheduled lost tilt birth contest ot order to schedule next Monday's might b* a baby girl"

Dam. The Irish sport a 7.0 ree. nine the Southeastern Confer Methodist and the Cornhuskersare I for 8 p.m. the season 6-0 to Tampa Plant Caastua Clay-Sonny Llrtcntlgkt, Boy or girl, It will bo tr,.

ord against lop competition but once and keeping Us undefeat. favored by 14"points over \SSS8>SSs. *#,\ > ,"" After this upset Winter Haven will dar IN boxers today to first child for Clay and I f", ,J*
tills week they meet one of ed record Intact against ninth. Oklahoma State has had trouble bouncing back
who mat l"i at
the e break any ot the rules governing Sonji, were <
battle Is In Big
their toughest opponents of the ranked Georgia Tech (7.1). The Ten The where big sevenUuranked Ohio and hit rock bottom last Friday tile heavyweight title match Gary, Ind., last Aug. 14. S
Slat (8-1) and slxtturanked Hutch Was'Nice' -. night losing 28-0 io Robinson's While ex.champ Llston was was a Negro model.
Knights The Devils defeated Sam Silver II i an
Michigan (81) are fighting It Halfback Mile doing his final sparring today
out for a Rose Bowl berth. The Pfefnd" weak Manatee 34-0 after the at Plymouth, Mast, and cham of Boston was almost as happ,
Plant loss and then tied Hills- plan Clay a prospective father as Clay because the heavy t o<.k>
winner of the Big Ten automa.
I- tlcally gets a bid to the Rose Big BearNEW boroollll4-14. was tapering off In Boston with .t sale Indicated, there wouldbe
Bowl and right now the Duck. A good showing tonight could roadwork and gym exercl**, a capacity crowd of near

eyes lead the loop with a 4.0 give them the momentum, to t h. boxing commission was 14,000 at Boston Garden Monday
) carry them to a 7-21 season night and a Kato of
slated for rule her. gross
mark to Michigan's 4.1 record YORK (UPO -- The '''''''''' a meeting
record good for no lees than One rule about )400,000.
very pertinent pro.
Both take on Big Ten opponents ,"
called him the "Blf Beat but .
third In the league, Decides vtdoa that a boxer can lose a Meanwhile, *x :hainp Son
with the Buckeyes
By United Press InternationalThe test of the season.Mississippi Saturday hosting Northwestern and the It Outwardly was a big lie the. nickname fitted Jefferson, remaininggameaar fight In Massachusetts on a continued to be favored at 9. i

Georgia Tech Yellow State closed out Wolverines visiting Iowa. Ohio Fred Hutchinson to a T King In Tampa and Bartow her. disqualification, for repented to recapture the crown despite
Jackets Wednesday shaped heavy for Satur. Head coach Calvin Triplet fouling his defeat on a technical knockout
up preparations State Is a 14'A point choice to because he personified that :
some new plays especially de. day's contest with Louisiana take the Wildcats while Mlchl. kind of brute strength and low J "' and his staff sent the Devils Representative of both fight at the start of the seventh"

signed for the upcoming Ala. State with concentration on an gas rates Just seven over the throated gruffness you'd oidl. 1./ through light drills this week. .rs had been ordered to attend round In Miami Beach Feb. "

bama game and polished up aerial attack Hawkeyes. narlly associate with an untamed stressing every phase of gridIron the meeting when he failed to answer the

some old standbys that have At New Orleans It was announced On the West Coast eighth gristly bear. tactic. It was a week In While both boxers worked out bell because of an allege}
proved yardage gainers in the i which they re-examined funds' Thursday a suit was being filedIn Injured left arm and shoul lerSonny's .
starting fullback ranked Oregon State and UCLA Inwardly through he was soft r I ,
mentals.Triplet. still have
past. Cortex and are battling for the other Rose JIIII! I Suffolk Superior Court hereby
George sophomorehalfback .r and warmer than a new-born .. '.
announced no major confidence his
Coach Bobby Dodd forecast a New York booking agency In punch
Pet John both will Bowl berth. Both are tied forth '
kitten.Hutch. ,
that his men would be ready miss Tulane's with Vanderbltl AAWU conference 1 lead '" ." changes In his starting defenslv seeking to tie up MI1S of UsIon's Casslus said h* expected tll
game '
knew h* was c lit to ,
and offense unit. Only 212 That would
"mentally and physically" to at N a s h v i 11 e.Coach with 20 marks and both will die H* told his coaches he had ; purse from next Monday's weigh pounds
best of the one player t* expected to be till bout. b* iVi pounds mon than h*
play their game sea. Tommy ODoyle said both play. battle conference foes Satur. "terminal cancer" last June. :
eecond ranked Ala. sidelined for tonight's context The suit filed by Associated registered In February
son against era suffered knee Injuries in day. The Beavers are a slight he death
But never anticipated Mac Stewert sprained Ms kneeIn Booking Corp. seek damages Colncl,lent ally, List I t n n willrell.t.r
bama Saturday scrimmages Tuesday John underwent t1/ point choice lo upend Stanford would strike as fast as It did.
the Robinson will b* between 200 and 212trainer ,
game from Listens alleged failure to
"Alabama quaterbacks Steve surgery and will be while the Uclans are an 8. Even though he was dying
Reddish diarhised
not action tonight Wllll
Sloan and Joe Namath can both out for the rest of the season point underdog against Washington :' see complete an ..hlbltlon.l.levl.
and knew It he Insisted
upon I It will t* Juniors For the Februai
Offensively at
move the ball on you running 0'Boyle said. ,., dom tour In England and Scot
doing what he considered a '
Geort Davis and Larry Peacock land last year A hearing on fight Sonny weighed 211)) but
or throwing but they will beat The University of Florida Ga. Boston College a leading
manager's dirtiest Job bin self.
at ends, seniors CitorpLuttrell of h* has pared down "In coder
Issuance a temporary r*
lot If don'tstop condition candidate for the Liberty and
you a quicker you tors ran through light "I'd rather take a beating
and Don Dixon at tackles heldMonday to Increase his speed and StanIns
order will be
their pu.lnllam., "Dodd ing drills In preparations for Gator Bowls Is a 2 point un. than tell a man he has u !go and seniors Jim Aldermanand straining Reddish
the day of the taut explained.
said. their game with Florida State derdog against: Miami (Fla.) In back to the minors," he said.
David Barton at guards.Senior .
The game is a non.confer.ence next week the lone major contest tonlltllt.Tech's "It's the worst part of a man Unbeaten Clay seeking his
Chuck Falit will star
Ill! consecutive professional NAMED COACHDURUNGTON
tilt since Tech Is playing ager's Job."
Us first season as an independ. at center victory, announced Thursdaynight VI. (UPIV
Nevertheless, he did It right/;:
Junior Rick Anderson will that he has a new lwen Warren of Turners
ent after leaving the Southeast until the moment he handedIn Clnira
ern Conference. But It Is a Grant Field Has No up his resignation last month, George Devil handle quarterback chores with live to beat Listen again and Falls, MassH has been named
Mike Page a! running
mighty Important contest to Junior ) keep the till* head basketball coach al ham.
It Joe Gai the former
was aglola,
senior Ronnie Boothat
halfback "I expect to be the father of
Alabama, which has a chanceof ballplayer now turned plain College Clngras was afour.letter
flankcrback, and senlorsjlm a baby boy In about light
athlete at the Unl.
overtaking Notre Dam asth broadcaster, who first hung the Myers or Eddie Tuttle starling months," said the n.y.ar.old varsity of Massachusetts,
mythical national cham. Appeal For Crimson TideJackets Big Bear tag on Hutchinson AuburndaleEncounters al fullback.
The Crimson Tide Is un.
clon. tack in 1 eM.G.ratlola The defensive' unit will In*
defeated through eight games says straight out etude senior Dwayne Dee and
this season ATLANTA (UPI! "remem also have had trouble h* "loved Hutch" which Junior limbo llolloway al ends,
Tech is 7.1 with its only loss ber Grant Field" has about th. generating a consistent offense wasn't hard to do, and recalls Juniors Bob Bentley and Jeff JANTZEN SWEATERS .

an upset at the hands of Ten. same meaning for the Alabama despite their fine 7.1 record. some of the reasons he named McKlbten III.ckl..nd sophomore
nessee. Tech Is rated ninth na. Crimson TIM that "Rememberthe Alabama got a measure of him the Big Bear Richard Hitchcock: and Amrlc't NI\ I

tlonally and a victory would Alamo" had for Texan revenge last year when the Tide "I did It chiefly because or seniors Don Harrison and iwsfren

enhance Us ratings as well as Second.ranked, unbeaten Ala beat Tech 27.11 at Birmingham the way he used to pace up Lake Wales Booth. Davis, Page, and Peacock

Us drawing appeal for a postseason bama, headed towarjHts second Ala. Since Buatk Bryant took and down the dugout and the : all Juniors will man the .

bowl game.Alabama perfect season and possible sec over the TIM In-1951. Alabama way he wed to walk outQ* the With u."e secondary,, ;. ". ,'" :)) "
worked out In sweat ond national championship In has won five of six games with mound to take out a pitcher," AUBUfUIUAU. \
clothes Wednesday and had four years meets nlnth-ranked, Georgia Tech. Garsglol said iKctpfion of fullback Jimmy Triplet has groomed hi.

good news about Its star pas. once-beden Georgia Tech here Since World War IT, Alabama But Hatch was \like a Kersey. the Auourixlsl Bloodhound charges for a widopn ism '.
.u. Joe Namath. Saturday.Two ha posted a 10.7 edge but has friendly bear whose paw had wUI be up to near fullerepgth tonight, II. told the. Blue Devil '

Namath Is looking better years ago Alabama outscored Tech bonly three been clipped He reminded you tonight when they Booster Club Tuesday morningthat

every day," Coach Paul Bryan! cam to Grant Field with a slm points during that 17. gane more of "Smokey the Best" host she' Uk Wales. Highland Jefferson Is a club thai

said following the practice. liar No. 2 ranking and a 26 period. Overall, Alabama holdsa than the type you nm aw.yfrom. ere in the Citrus Howl. passes a lot with a quarterback
"H.'. throwing the ball real game unbeaten string and 23.19-J mareln.Boston ." that bullet the ball Into receivers

well and will be playing some saw Ita hopes crumbled by a '.8 Anyone who knew Hutch tin, According to Marvin Wiley, hands 1!
Saturday." Tech upset. mediately became. aware of the berkfM coch Kersey may Although holding only a 16

In other activity around the Saturday's game ends a bib soft.hearted .sentimentalist. he or may nn<" ere action to overall mark and 1-4 In DM

loop Wednesday, Georgia terly sought series between College actually wa. night against t h.. all*'* owiference, the Dragons ir* a

worked on offense, emphasizingplays these two Southern grid giants There was that evening In eighth. ranked loam 7

coaches hoped would alo that dates back 45 james to Tampa, Fla., lad March when PICKED DY Dr riCCOU
low the team to break through 1902. Georgia Tech announced At MiamiMIAMI he attended a special part In cat Kersey I.'t t reedyto MILAN Italy UPI-lleavy. 4

Auburn's powerful defense the termination of the series. Plays which Included all his eoaches star', Rodney Mathew., a weight franco D* rkcoll of .r
Coach Vince Dooley called effective with Saturday's contest and the Cincinnati Reds' officials. sophomore up from the fa- Italy scored a first round tech

Auburn "a very sound defensive three years ago followinga squad will fill the fatten! ideal knockout over Henry WaLlltsrh >
football team." controversy brought on whenan (UPI! Boston Col A pianist played the III*al IM of New York In a schwi.

Auburn stressed Its kicking Alabama linebacker broke leg, hunting a bowl bid, bring baseball songs, after which a tiled eight round bout Thursday
hurt hi. In lotweek's
Kersey lg
game and worked on defensiveand the Jaw of a Tech halfback its tricky offense Into the clamor aroe for H.teh te gt night
Coach of than Orange Bowl Friday night for a 48 12 toes 10 I the liar
game attack plans A sellout crowd more up and sing. u
Ralph Jordan said he expected (2000, including scouts from tussle with the Improved Miami "I don't have a good vote," tow Yellow Jackets was

kicking to play a major role in most of the major bowls will be Hurricanes. h* said somewhat self eon Standout Hnemsn Vender

the contest. on hand for the series finale. who haven'twon sctously.! Kirkland alas .t.lnttd a leg FOOTBALLOver
The Hurricanes,
Tennessee sharpened Its pas. Tickets have been unavailable three In a row sine 1982, That was an out-and-out fib.\ Injury I last week but shouldbe

sing attack In getting ready for sine last spring and Tech of* were two point favorite. A "Hut If you people really ready to play tonight
which held other In like I'll duIt In order to win tonight, the
Ole Miss a eompre.henslve flclals said no gone crowd of upward of 40,000 would me to slug, i
workout with stress on generated "It's I Hound will hoe to a
Tech history ever ,, was expected for the ':11 p.m.. he smiled. a sung stop
speed. Tennessee Coach Doug such a demand. EST kickoff. occasionally sing to ray If* wen-oiled Highland offrnslv

Dickey said the game may Albania Is 17 point favorite ,..roOld daughter. Patty, and machine and penetrate s oV WSIRRADIO

prove to be the most sever despite numerous injuries, In. Watching the tarn will be I'd like to dedicate II to her." (.** thai has gives up only omwpa

eluding star quarterback Jot Conrad Oval chairman of the With the pianist lending precisely a few points and s few yards

A Season First !Namath\ who remains on the election committee of the the proper aocowpanl' t* opponents.
doubtful list with a bum knee. Gator Bowl at Jacksonville and meet, Hutch sang "I Cndorstand. Lake Wslet squeaked by In r 1 !"

Boston DefeatedBy However Steve Sloan has sub another Gator Bowl official ." their rtn.**t WIll of tile ..*.m 1490

bed well enough for Namath to John Lanahan both out to scout! Some of those present had two weeks age when\ they

tolled Press InternationalOther twice win Southeastern Confer. the Eagles tear In their eyes the other edged the Yellow Jackets. T..
week honors.
National Basketball As. ence back of Tech the will have abouta Boston Colin also is under had geese- >t lpl... The Highlanders nave won TONIGHT

soclatlon teams now know It Georgia 20 pound per man weight consideration for a Liberty That was the kind of bear II straight eonteel and cap I:00 P.M.

can be done. The Boston Celtic edge in the line a factor Alabama Bowl berth and may be la the Fred HuMlnon "It. lured the Southwest Florid
can be beaten for the Lambert trophy. Cesfrrenee crews' last year
ha coped with all season running Hatch never spoke. anymore MIAMIBOSTON
took almost Lake the din
However, It aa Tide I I. WaW ales has
the Crimson
and last
unbelleveable effort by the Phil\ the y.JlowJacketa' .With these Incentive, plus from Monday on. Unction lit being the only
to expollt closest friends,
expected One of his
adelphla\ 76'ers lo do It, The about 2,000 fans who elm to Clss "Au school ate In the
76'ers battled back from a 23 leaky air defense Ala Miami to boiler for their team Cleveland manager Bird! Tei lop ton. of tile state's prep YSe
barns which leads the SEC to hefts, paid him a visit a few
wonth.baU and quarterbackCddl
point deficit and finally the Eagles football !teams. .
total often, is averaging 130yard bow before he died
gun 110.109 on a Jump Foley art likely to give But th* Bloodhounds .may
and suffered heart at.
Tebbetu a
shot by Paul Neumann with per tarn passing the Hurricanes one of their
have one thing totac for them
sod bad been
tack las
has aa averaged
Tech give
seconds remaining Thurloda tough**! game
eight -Ua. \ have COLLEGE
toftIcht HtfhUmkr
not to
136 aerial yard per game.It warned by Ms physician
nlrht. leadingCeltics was this pas defense problem Miami Coach Charlie Tat, see Hvteh at Manatee Memorial never won M I Aufeurndil. : la S. e* the t........... ...It,

The Eastern Division that led to Tech's first loss with four \Iocs*., two wins and Hospital fact till Hifc-hlaiNfefs last
who had woo 11 ENTER WSIR oJ...... .....i...lt lee
jumpedoff of the ..uoowt week a 22.14up a tie behtad bin U M* first But Birdi went anyway."I lees cam at .the hands of the

straight without lead a loss and later et by Tennessee. The Yellow season at Miami calls tit |Just had io go by the Bfajodhound )a Citrus Bowl GRIDSTAKESSATURDAY *.rttie* MA* .,..t.t." .Iit.,
to 111.0 Eagles on* o* the toughest hospital to say goodbye in BH 1 turf la iMZ by the scar of
upped It to 80.S3 la the third le wiwiiKe, bleeds I .1 t".t' ,
teams De tit schedule old pal, lit said tlf

period. Lucian Denison Rebs Win, reel, A..tf4W.. l I.mk wed, shekel.
Led by Olympian
Jackson, who wa high scorer Top Barlow 270Th Aid .I.t/ulft/ leieed lot
with 27 points and Che Walk. 1:41: P.M.
er, the 'e'." pecked away at Denlsoa Junior High Rebels .del'** .' sells ee ffl*...

the lead narrowing to 14 an..r successfully ended their TALK ABOUT COMFORT ALABAMAGA. $I... I. .M. L, XLMei
three quarter* and finally 1M4 football Mason yesterday

tied the SCOT with two minute afternoon with a 27-0 victory VI. i I ....' aba

to go. Sam Jones led Ole Barton over Bartow. ___________

scoring with 14 Lo point Angel** The Bets racked Bp 20 points TECH /
In other games .
lJ2.U3.laovertime In the first half to aspire the
defeated New York, .....
walloped Tfcey added another seven
and Detroit CHRYSLER'S
gas Frurlseo,121.29. point U the truth quarter jcUHzenUSE

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have own transportation. Interviewed 32 or 3 axle tractor for long BI. NW Winter Haven Fla. bath CY -4902! TI7 Carroll Choice Buuheaet location 1-bed-
HELEN PEBRY by appointment only, CY 393-1387 24 llr Service 2-TF I'AIITB a bbRVICE: for KJrby. AviSW.. 12.16 room 2 .bath living room wall 10
formally of lb. Powd.r Pull KM "4111. II-a hauls New 40 ft. Thermoklng Hoover tlectroun: and all other .wall carpet Florida room. dining
movtd to lb. Bautltle IhontXU trailers furnished Also Insurance Frre pickup, livery and animate I 4 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS kitchen I car garage. air conditioned -
>. ..11Brtftlt' RE-WEAVING REYNOIDS; VACUUM lor particular .people. flood financing TUCKER.
((5)) House Trailers 4V permits Call LakelandMU >_ ...4.R: 8B.RV1CL Phone COMMERCE S BOWEN MOTOR LODGE BUILDERS CY S449J S 16
< Y H3111 HWY. 17 North
J-5141 or MU 20923 days
Burn -- Moth Mule Team S-Dee I INDUSTRY 12-16 C.B home. Double carport porchVacuum ,
I Jewel" Trailer with and without Cabana Night CY 3.8747 Expertly Re.Woven 1 BFDROOM furnished apartment ; iv t.m. lenced yard, De-

111 Third Street IWU LAKE DEER TRAILER PARK. 8MAHTT8 KK-WKAVINQ AUTO SERVICE G WERNMENT 166 month ATHERTON RFAI.TY ilrablo center 8 E. location walking near distance new (hoping ALL-

Block South of ton Oirio Inquire at 0 ( 11 I Ie., Telephone, 1311JlARI. SERVlCt.! 641 W Central Ave 2S4-32R4 School. Owner tranilerred Low
:*-.*... IB.No*. IS 133 rotR AVb! CY I-273S U-Tr Iowa Payment Auume Mort
I Q *Uty Watch aM ;DAVIDSON motor *cont- Eelnblldied: 1945 tag,. 1310 Seventh 61 8E 2I3-M11
BEE THE NEW 12 wide Detrolter aI.N"y 12 -DOIX.BAulh WANTED: NIce lady to occupy It.TI
Jewelry Repair at Lake Shore Court. 151* Hwy er. $135. Call load CY condition S-I44S Newlyrepaired II.M '.raed. tactory Service Ou. comfortable front "bedroom Kitchen .

U Writ, Auburndal. 10TFNEW --- .hiyilm ef'lymolilb (Lancer privilege, Rent 190 per OWNER MUST SACRIFICE S-bed
RPDUCFD: lr S Ford ?..lrlan.kIlO BUILDING REPAIRS e Valiant month. W43304FURNISHED 1S-11 room CB Deelrable' neighborhood
IJMIbO (>ond lran pfirtaik>nJJU Ix>ng term VA loan reduced I/I
F HOMES FOR SALE : 22nd Bt. BW 12.16 821 Kixlh St 8W :2DJ4I01IS APARTMENTS perfect: for retired or family with
I 'YPRElla Financing -- -Nov U 141 bedroom (!V) to 176 4 children CY S-U89 1114EXTRAEXTRA
FACED WITH A DRINKING ( GARDENS MOIlIt R the VAIIANT Biatlon Wagon Fur emaIl repair Job call re up Bealey Realty Co (M Ith Bt .
PARK AND TRAILER BAUr.4Mile hid builder NW. CY 1-2767 II.TFt
Bmall equity or car Aeeume lo'yment .
PROBLEM (4 Kant on Road n( 'k;.* (Oarden 16300 month CY .::11I11. 1311AVAIIABLK CY 1 2470 26.Tl CAMPING TRAILERS 141 An.. A, NW. 2943239(10A ROOM 'furnished;: ; apartment "withcreened .

Perhaps Alcoholics Anonymous 31HII4I : lor Immediate drllv- POrch. Deelrable cloae- DOWN
Can Help .1-11 cry 14 It. tandem III. ux-d Trail- In location for tourUH 11* E Central $450
mobile bulk troll trailer. fcirellenlrnnrtltltin Painting Papering A,.. 1117
TRADE VOVRMOBII.B NOME Alan 4 new all aluminum Beautiful 3 BR CB hou e Near
Write \to Post Office Box 10111 A. down payment on iloun 1-BEDROOM furnIshed apartmenton and Swimming
M It bulk fruIt tralleri. Hpeclal Repairing (hopping
or Call 2941447 Phone CY S-660S J0.21 low prIm Hunt' Truck Bale* A LlOY 0 ( ) Boats & Motors Lake Silver Drive Silver Croat area"I.n. ., BuIlt-In. I atove and
Service Timp. Fla Call\ RedShirley Ancrtment. Call CY M770 or oven Double carport and Fla
S3-I2SO 1-TF room 2301 Avc F NW. Price
or R D Hollry rolled -
Weekly Meetings Open to the/ SS n aluminum trailer with I Ior..n.d JSS-4331 13-IS I J M<'COY Quality woikniannhli ----- 111,600 00 paymrnl appro 187 17
porch Oood conditionReaaonabl _Tamt. .. ._ ant clean coil I...a*..n- flOAT BLIP FOR RENT 1 ROOM cottage 11200 a week month Include taxIs and Ins
Public S IS - per
Tuesday, : p.m. .. Mr Newman Av.r.1 1MJ 8..1.\lr ("IIOY..I.I $4111 down IRe fholle. CY SUM 114 4thItwt lET TIlE 1I1:1f'r: BANYAN BEACH MARINA One room efficiency apartment
Trailer Park, Havendal lllvd 11-17 or trade fur older car I'm"nl.11II J.n.rhyl l VlllaKe I1.T. Balw -. SirkHMi Rental Winter Haven Sailing Center 1000 a week With Peter furnlehPd. -

Polk County Health Building 46 a 20 S-bedroom- electric .lov*. at. 2t3-47tif1. .a-II Io'LURJDA V, hoi.KBALk: D18T IncHavundale CY 1-1771 la-II 1131 Ilh .1 aw. 1),11 WELL KEPT
Hlvd 313.79.5114Yr
n.TF air conditioned Carpeted Reaonabl FOR ItALIC -- 1954 Chryilrrery I PAINTING 1 150! MONTHLY water and electricIly I BR CB home III l.olto Shipp
Lab. MenCash or
Trailer Park CRUISER
Hoards 21
Lucille good conditIon and clean For detail .ul.pll.d. Clean trailer. Bull Height area Good lied lot will
JS Cub -
leeale Hwy SI Mr*. will trade for Jl or
rail CY t-4047 .TF1M4 rebuild. CY couple llHO 40th St NW. 4-TF S fruit treei Underground ..prlnll.IIn. -
17J-1M1 10lil4 Will ConsIder lo
((2)) Help Wanted one
-- -- at
Attractively priced
HOUSE: TRAIIFR Excellent: CORVAIR Mocha, .->|>eed, 110 hone t'Y 3.Wlllli 1-1401 alter .Ia.l I-BEDROOM collage 19000 17.too WHO down and approv |4' OU
for camping lining. etc MM 00 HP ft.lid .red Will lake SB or 'M '. 'lul W,>ik by Hour or Ret main JOHNSON CAMP TRAILERS month Water lurnlched Call FR per month
U..or HT Chevrolet In ood eon Bluepa. I. CHW*.out pric*** (46 up J.1811. 11-16
Can be .1 1041 2th Bt NW S-ltac: I I
SALES-TRAINEE call 28H'iIO.porn Mr dlllin f ir..qil sly K Interteted call Hank Rein llnanclng. a. low a* |J6 ( I ll-AFor) Rent, Unf. VARNER REALTY
or 43J-3S41: alter S Oil p m 12-13 month Kenu your paymeut byrvntltiK REDECORATED furnished I bedroom -
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to your Irlend apartment. 190/ a month :200 14 SlIt NW
condition St.
Aluminum awning' and *t"r- (-ADII.I.'AI' IIV fur Mle, |-i has Immediate Inc outside l1.fa Lake Alfred 172-I13S: -
opening ago. Reaaonabl. Phil Oaailen 130 nine good Make Oder! Call nouie Air conditioned.
salesman No experience Robin (Court Lake Deer Trailer CY S-J67J (.TF 2f-Nov. 26 Near Exchange Bank and Downtown 291-8475:
Park Winter Haven 11-11 Qulik ervlce on toter. iteamIrani Suitable lor office Adult.. ((12-A) For Sale or Rent tio-u
Decenary we train BENC utrrulator. electric blaiketi. Reference hone M3"... 11-TF
FITS INCLUDE: (1) Guaranteed (S-A) Butinets Property clirkiacuuni. clranera. htlllp. ---------- I 110000 DOWN
null Shop Corner 14th and a. NW I BEDROOM I bath home South- block
S.A & Newly decorated S-bedroom
( ) Moving Storage S-BEDROOM Fla Mov.
Salary plus commission : room re-
InwcKxl I
I back ol Koiy'KornerPh SAW SHARPENING ceoSectIon Beaaley Realty Irlgerator. draperlei decorated home Acre* to Chain of Lake
'n. 34:3133. 21-Nov. U C34 llh 81., NW, CY 3371127TV Newly
plus car allowance, (I) Permanent 1X3 00 per month LEONA REAL
LOCATED In 1:1.: ...... CD building and out. Clean Bllt
year.round employment. IMPERIAL MOVINO 4 8TORAOK 40 k SO 4 apartment. bar fully ----.- -- -_. more Shore Call CY 1-SM1 alterS I ESTATE CY from CY 1-2465.11-11

(3) Hoipltalliatlon and Pension Prompt and efficient aervk for 'quipped. or une .. ......hc.u.. DAILY AUVc-RTISING Baw. >, Sht-iir. Tm.l.. sharpened 1-BEDROOM D U P I. E: X. Kitchen p.m. nil 1------
all your moving needi' Call Price. lIMO. IJH! dnw, 175 monthly ante da> bruughl In We flu rlnrku. equipped |M oa a month 190 Ave
program Apply at 360 tth St., CY S-4ID4: for free eallmale, I Owner CY S-OS14 13-1 GETS: RLMLTS. clorirItbank 'I* etc PHILLIPSSAW 1. Hh Phone J8W4.1 ll-ll RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY. S-
Llnea Inocarving 'IX.IT SHOP HaikKuay _._- bedroom. I bath horn with pIesly A REAL
SW, Winter Haven or call CY Agent for Alia Van I ----- -
of room CY M7CO 11-14
14-TF TRY TilE LOW COST Borer, turner Avenue U *
all 10 elate ..
43201 for Interview. Mth Inw,MM!. Phone 2M-1111. FOR RENT unfurnlehed hou> on ----- OPPORTUNITYt""f:1
10-1 ((9)) Businesi Opportunity SERVICE DIRECTORY 1 -NOY. II Clot 81. NW, Hl-MM: 11-11 APARTMENT FOR SAtE: OR
RENT at 121 7111 St. SW Call
((6)) Special Services UNFURNISHED roomy 1-bedroom FR 1-150. U-ll
WANTED: Experienced help I. MAYTAOHKtHLAMUrH ? W" duple. 1136 2nd 81. NE, near It
shIpping department Contact )Ir i LOIrE: Joeeph CY 1-... 1111

Brock Waverly I (Grower Co10) CUlTOM MADE DRAPES AND A Dew conrepllon In pelt aervk" -- -- --- ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

-ALTERATIONS modern equipment- Blind SIlO Hickory rtlU-hed launilrle ticket featuring operated Mnytag aehire eiclu.le Haveemlleni ((10)) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale, 1 BEDROOM', duplex US 00 -per Stove month.Southeaet Arfrigerolor I .

WANTED Eiperlenred WaItruMoot *, NW CY 1-76M Mrs. Edna .eboomr.IDec. : loralhm next to new 7-II I Section Alherton RealtvMl I
hue own IroftJportai Ion. !. I hum. at ilUI E Central' At'proximate .- W. Central. 2114-121I4. 1 TF 1524 Ave. L NW
Boll POLY rOAM RUBBER ------ --
Apply In Feraon Uold.n -- Inveemeni of S4 UUO balanceS NEW TV. lounge chair round ,
KMtauraat. Hwjf. 540 4 rail. TCyprtM Winter .ven DraftlHiirCo. year.. We handle Installation nnanrlng pedrttal oak table. mahmiaaybedroom URINl OUR PAM'ERN-.WI'U.: AVAILABLE NOV. ISlhSpaclou .oJ
Garden. 11-11 All pot. Commercial A end trend O| Reeldentlal Drafting Harry FHdman, :ItiW AmedenRd cheat :M boy. bike. child tractor 'HiiL!: lORD. TRIM SHOP Mil *. Jolt a few block from IE American Interior J BR 1 bath
Batlnlacllun guaranteed Winter Park Ma. IS-Ni IS larg. AMT race *et. elc Encellent Av*. B NW CY HI61I >>Tr booIo. Luxurtou and modern ,
I..a. at 10600 month LOU kitchen double 1J1 ritrei Drive. UQuIet :
To Learn Drawn Bldg CY 4-I43S ----- --- condition Wl-ITU 1J-IH --- ------ panelled sink
Opportunity BUFRINA CY S-T11L 1111lBRPROOM
1TIWlnl.r FOR SAIL ftvl.1I Bu.ln..11
dishwasher Built in
-------- CY .1:11I1: Sundey or "..nln... .11 USED eel at World Buuk In good -- Hotpoint Street aeir CYrSFMH OAK
While; Working _. - FREE CHRISTMAS CATALOU condition" Call JM-J6 after S <10p.nL unfurnUhed; houM bookcases and cabinets In living Deis I 1oto Haven Floor SurfacIng Co.Batlalactlon Com la and pIck' up your Copy 1.TFWESTINUIIOUSa. ATHERTON REALTY Ml W erreened parch large let lir a
lluaranteed and *ee our FULL LINE OF TOYSAND ------ Central CY 44. tl-TF room. Window sir conditioner II.l.Me el eoealortakle lltlag atIke
Winter Haven largest banking L. A MOUTI CHRISTMAS ITEM Convenient --- -- Fenced yard. Price 513.150.1 eeelhlle price el IUSM OM1THAXFk.BBED -
114 .. Flret Bt Phone CY 4-1N1 WANTED! lAyaway PlanWbHTKRN : washer dryer. FOR RENT Two bedroom houea t..
institution has an immediate II-II AUTOA8MOOIATK. refrigerator with liPULVERIZED .....?. Ploreaoaabtl .
for A. amaltieu man w .h a : STORE: offer ...,.....s. 20119211n.lI Newly decorated and Reaaonable clean. EDNA WATSON I
opening a man age Pleaaaat wrrouadlnit
young I' PIECES upholalered MS .... I" wM .. b* a* ....... .... U Ird St. NW rent .... lull 2nd .
18.X and a high school grad elude I labor and rebuilding K2terflil. Retail Merh..l. rue week 10-11 4ulr at 'l'u.'T REALTOR 1> t :

.te. If you art Interested LIt I Free Eitlmate*. Phone >."id training. In ServUe Sta ..- -'--' PEAT CY MSM.Dundee -- ---.-- in Ida ht. NW CY 4 4141
'''.1411. Mark Hwy I?. sent to ( Meeahanolaieii and Serv Read Relict i .
lee) HOLLYWOOD twin oed.. Complete UNFURNISHED' I..d.....'" apartment .N..n4)16S'
seeking' a career, then this 11 barber chop Eagle Lake 13-11 **. The Pure Oil Cwnp.eyha. with boa flprlngl. I Innenprutg BlackweWer U-TF iZiO'u. Slk .... SW J3II 1213BY

your opportunity to learn while I moaeen fulMeeintyStallaa nnatire, headboarda; and frame _I'". CY 1-1721. IMS WARREN
for lbs Cy ; ; SECKEL Realtor
OWNER Furnlahed bedroom ,
you work with chance for avancement < ((6-A) Animals & Supplies >... Oirdon Md II... .n. -Quk- -aale, 1410.-CY'-'S-ITnl--11-11- BOX SPRINGS M.II..... Retrlrerature homo Aluminum aiding on CB.
in the banking but- new a>ii* ae>**pie>e C.e... RUBBER S1AMPS Fur checkendnnement Ua* or Electric' Raage torte fenced lot. Carport.. UHII tl-
I and Seutneaet W In... Havenreelaentlal lanatur otherpurpuee TV Dtnettea. Sola. Chair*. Ta ((12)I ) For Rent, Furn. ty building. Air conditioner Oil
ness There are slso many area. Will ra.uir ale :dating etampeeal bIos and Lamp N.w rebuilt heat Sprinkler well Very reasonable NEW 1 bedroom home
30 Month
company benefits such ss paid MALE: BOXER Stud Bervtc. **m* **,ltal tee *te.k .ndeejulnoeet I. putket ntonipe. STARPhon Itoor aample' II 00 up.WAIIEHUIJ5B 1331 Ave I NW Near Weetwood payment*, Inwood Section| CY
and c'r Iclered fawn and white Intereite Cell Pttson. CY 4-lUS, 141 A_ : FIKNITURE. U Ilk I-BEDROOM turnlahe. apartmentGround arhooL. SDer1 u.oe. 20-33
vacations. hospitalization O F, Driver. at. o ,
M-rr writ .
*\ er It NW
A, NW. -TF- U NE.:
floor. Ills Ave.
pension plan. Apply in person900am ... .... Pkana 111 issi.,94110Sl -- .--. --- MS .Tr lhhlSllllhhllllllIllllllIlllIIlhIlSllIlIIflICOOPER
: 1:00: p.m. Honda Complete prnleailonal: grooming >1 on PER DAY rental for Electric lit-flour -apartment--Walking-. die- i i iI A "LOTTA"A

thru Friday to Charter K. ABC Toy pupple available, th MWJI7M. Carpel Shamponor with purrhae. SEWING MACHINES lance te tows and lake QuIet I

IleUer, Vice President Cashier for appointment 1S-TF el Blue Luiir Jtfha Bolaad Hardware and clean Adull* plea**. Ml A.e 'LotU lot A 'Lotta'
Hl'NTINO HOUND oi. Soc *al; ((9-A) FurnitureI Eag Model to cabinet. make B. NW bouse A 'Lotta" extras -
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CY MMl: aler I P m 11-H bu.toahi 3Bedrutcm
Recoadllloaed men s bedrooms with 1 bedrooms 2 in
Two large baths one
---- -- .....gee all wIthout altacnnwol .
Exchange National Bank BLUE: POINT and .Seal Point BlaIIMM ROOMS of 11.. fueuuwtnclud- work*iae uniform coh>r* -Not 1100 preparkagedAll Nit UlArlaaa *. Ajoum* S paymenta ol 17 41ee room nouarkeeplng MoatNly. weekly Cottages.Al's rate 5 walk'" closet three = of Winter Haven top Iocs

cat for aal Call JM-M41. Ing rang. refrigerator\ dinette. I Ave Aubwndal -. SideCaotinenlal Mdoa COaL. No credit needed.Wrke BMck Ftehlng tIERRA' 5 baths huge :: tons on* visit to this
Haven living rooms
Of Winter b.iw..I29aodTl21psn It-TF lamp. table*. etc Payment a* Can 11-Nov37 Bo 6-1415 % NewwChlet' er COUNT MOTEL. H-vy 17 Nona
low a* 14 U per week call AlIas' Sewing Center 1110. E.Oaloeiial. 27 TFNICELY overlooking rear patio s home will save s 'Lotta"
II-II WARa.HOI.SC: FURNITURE: CO Orlaade. Fla OA ...ntoIleet.
i = area thra an etJUre wan rs I' words Price reduced to
To TradeWE VBRD .IkbFKMekrtATORS .
((7)) Buy or SIilhSt NW ; ftaroleSledoportm.nIs. Located
WHITE at COLORED womaa0 .11 Kaagee ........ Dryera : UMSDIMETTE near eueiaie area. Ca* b. I II of elidIng (lass quality $ 1.000 for last action

llv* In Car* for 1 email cMldreBom .. -- Air Condltlonert RecuetdlIkioed rented by montn eemeoei. er eel features throughout :: I owner may take food
bouaework HMUH boar fully guaranteed Term : : eolle tablet reaenaaal s
bail rate
eel yearly ai
mall ..d." CY 1-12M belor* I *BUY and we4 w. aeli appliance uaed apphaaoveand and lurnltur I ((10)) Articles For Sale I From ,AS ...... Lake Up JOHNSONAPPUA4CBS Alfred sAle each Trailer table) H .I.aadaMfcixe I ...... CY 1-4330 or CY 43146.ll.Tr I s mortgage you csa assumo.E I building lot la TRADE.
wmduw. Mole
0.10. 1.111 Max mom with U.SOOOO cash rcqulr-
uniHur BROOKS AI I'UANCES rx sn-iiM. Nil.. .
FVRMTL'RE. mlllllI'ITJ' Ika". a. leads -- -- E and where caa I pick
4 2M1 Hav
tl FR McLEON LAICEFRO-TT 1berooea *- : ed For mow tnforma s
MECHANIC e perleneed I. Cue Woody loop bus Hwy -
Traclorn. Chevrolet Truck. iad endal Blvd S-TF tSED ALUMINUM' BHEET8-pr i-i4n 11 ....... all ele -- ---- -
plate 13" a M lae each ep SMITH Nl'RSERYCameUia neat. water (tiralened.CY .
equipment. Permanent P"*- carporte:
.rev* See Tom WANTED TO BUYWowbed to HI plat**. 3131 platea 31. eex-a. egg can bloom.11W 4-nul U-14 tOlee thU fine homo call, 2Ua fears**
tk>* with living quarter folio-I sod unk autornobllo* 40-1. plalee He each' over Iii lain Hlbtecu' Me SIlverIlollar BLACK Coalala'e chart cheat .. __ _____ I I
Wllll*4H2S11EXPERIENCED. :Philip Grove .Tr I CHAINEYS WRECKER: SLRVICK plalea Jar each. kJn-ellent lor maay Tree.. 4 n II 29 tar treea, Bahama bet n I M wIll I drawer NOW AVAILABLE: AT GARDE All SMITH |
City. Rifle Range Road home and arm uae Ke.r...>l dog I A Sue Mn ether chade tree, Ha foam manrea ODd tot- COURT .,..,.. lit Av B. tow LEIS BROS.
rvlcman CY 543013Dec bird kouaea wIth. tkent, eeq a* t A I" Punk tree*, ate PooR Mar _rod la yertew loo*) Babe One furaMied. ) apartaaeat Pub. IllCo'spleO.ly S EVSSIagICT34SZDays =
LP ,a* ** II ........ on farm building At the tree with. rru" PMuauu aadknu CY S-SM1 11-11 fwnuoaed IIe10I4.I :| CT 1-1141 Realtors

ral Ag aI .M lIfe 30. Vacation uwuranca mod. ntlrement WANTED True T nq-Electric guiicr New,CbJef Olflc* IM W II. ploai.eIIl. ---- heuaihuld aprluacea.ar- .... TV I I I ,1

eov.rso., uniform benefit Oppoetunlly -- can.. CT 5-1101 tI-Is NW fTJ'kREIKyW1I Oak isrowlAuburodahe STRAWBERRY plant eel TbanhW Fur adult aaly WUaut 1 block W I IUrocerj f IMS Slith Street NWOtiu
nuat beth al Old TOWN COUNTRY
V WIJjTRAYLOR chow Mora, avwnww !
(or advancement U .ualiftei runuxiaad i US Mltank. 11BOOFlNd tH Ho_ LabIIOaiI fl..4.293go7453TI .hooping .... Cafurmuawd .**, ii ( Nartk Gals)
Call Lakalaad. 4M-0141 for appoint *.1I -. I
IMOO Telethon. CY i meltS lunlahed |I. aeoata.Oaa .
Runt > -TI ((8)) Automotive i I IO-11 TIlt, lark. .l.t. 4rrfluoreereat -- -- -.- --- ---- b* om.. Call Soolaeni Derekeaeneat -o- 271Macd1jlfriCL3 [ 2 4-tin

WANTED: harp counter mm lul future MOD, d.. r* 'S PRODCTKFreak CY MXN.: UISI !. -" '" t :i.u.wJUlijU. E e. 4 5tIa. WO T271111U
Advancement and promotion PIER L"'I'fIAL' STOItSlA PtANTSBeautllully all Mae*, beefcen aallqu. I brick teBleaty fruit aad .vegetable *otate -
time poMiblllile In local foal 1H1 RAMBUER (TaeeK4 vllnder Blue WMhataad. r- I .. 1 I 4 Se I a. 10. .41 > chi... *...11I.. caadir. cbtarMiea -, I BEDROOM AFAMTM&NTS FOR 5 16125'iiuuuIIUU1JIUI1I11U1IUQUIU1JIU

Stowing chain Apply Sib 5*. A.., ATH.. Price 1780 call CY Plant. MW lot "eprlng __",- vie pipe all Me '. price K06ATO I aad cold drtaka luS Snivel J RL"IT ___...*. CT MM
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Model Home : TO
in Cypress Gardens area are TO rAYLKNMB M maNic?
I W. > now for aale Only one ol tfceaeMl 'A Richard Bmlth
iajum' lijilid a and 3 bedtxno 4 ad .
fr!"m ... mile.I One 4 bedroom mod*.. -W.: Lllblpaplce.M I/lb 111

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Ina tin ni. doubli tamer a Located In Garden Grove, Hal ARE: KIRlSY 01'1'1\1)\
I gad i IH< lot her... and anlmala I thai Mil lor divorceitmojrbt IIaa ..... s
f.n, ,'tl taM 100 oranyr tnvoplk a half mile tail of Cypreaa etedorfc-k
acalnat you by
1*>m.n irrma to br arranged -
,, call M.1111 or iW-MM or aW i < and psi are hereby miss-
Ear>* Lake ; 0r 1'1..n.i John RamiM AroclYI. maned. ordered and repaired la Meyour
:SUB John G. Wood and Aacociat '- tothe .
11 Arrr rnmbllnf older k.m sMMiatatInt
lot.IP..**. I or ; Brdromnn NEW! NEW! .*., Inc 11-1 you c In tlM. above entitled OMM. hithe l
two lirrplatr. --- -
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offlM ol llw Clark at law Clr- I
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,'$ "" 1 f.U.. HOME FOR YOU lanovlew. I UK.. livingiium ....... ......... .. or ....... IIt \ aun unrloi. dining mum. lath day at Deooanbar. .... and ;

ed c..t.fI1l"CPlI.ty4)16). ANDYOURS _rut room. kitchoa pantry to .... a cosy of ouch .....r ordeloniM a
nail eervtcr porch In rear. acreenrd um* Bettor and Tbroadgtll -
/ Irani pores. n..ll.levH pnilo. 1 1. plaintiff. ..u-,. heroin 1I
AIIIU' b'h'k In.ni with attached ceiling lane. attic Can, folding ...... whoM adroM la P.O. Box ... Whiter I
WARREN SECKEL RealtorAiioclatea mi,UK. Iracuni., 3 bedroom 2 tu an... electric iiov, ratrlg.. dUbwammr fUvon, FtorMn. on or before
bi ii::n"iiui but h. m Ion carpeted Ifit Mile. I natural gao Mid dale If you Call to do M, aI j
Eve. Pk I IIMIK aria mmbinaiton kilcb.aa autumailr, lumarea. detached bleb I decree pro naliiMii i will b* Mteredncnlnal I1M
I"AMII.Y ROOM antique while for Ike ...., denwwded -
bldg tonialnlng wortwnop I carKaragr you .
W. IL McReynolda LY 33601 I kll/5.le.blll.... run leatureaUK uillil)' mum wIth laundromat In the oamjMalntwrTNKBS J JA"'IC.
Helen Hhltlry CY 3-S901 numrnwa to mention flnlahed 'mining board commode andhuwrr my hand aa dark ol
in lime u mote In btoreChrlmma bath Bloated on large lot Circuit Court ol PWk" County, Fhfrlda
Wilma M. Hudson CY J752: ,
drive by location on (140 Kl, I with ....... rllrua rare, and the. oeal of the aahtCiiun
Rydalmont Dr BE: and phone loaee
Dine Clary CY 319X% I Mh I1J
FtorMa tMa I
al Barlow ,
Inside priced al HI.WO.00 and various otnrr flower, i"'lm*
and shrubbery. concrete drive and day of November 1N4.D .
.u H. BLOAN JR. -- ------- -
tat 1to KOK TRAnmHKAI walkway. slap aldvwalki Owner
$ Jl.t'H'\l'IICUII"' I will flnaac..ItO reeannabl down I Clerk of ClldiH Court I. .' GOOPNfcf: } T "' aon TMR LOaN ,

LOOK! What MUD. Down Buya You iNiymenl from reliable party Total No" 1 II ash 17 ISM .. 'lOt jiSE I EBFAP \ ..' or Wt'vCLDE 5t111YV..I HiO MV MONO
horn Almoet that now IneludM> bedroom new Its wall bat 10! prtrp III Call.000 M711 Shown by apvolntmentonly 1S-14 73:; Jteei. l'MLAD 1o 5 Ex I I I. : I "NOWH 1 tR'Li 'N' A fxxx: iur i'v' )

wall carpet, built-in appliance I In IN THII ("11<<'1"1' t'.TL 110THJlm11AL : 'IOU T'AKlNe AN INTIRP.TC p0'OETQO r oe seI4E.ti SC0 C11 Ih Till
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eluding dlahwaeher Encloeed gai: UItH'? 105.140101 .. N POCK 1 71111 644.141 T"n.1 I
age boat houae. Perma-atone l.., BY OWNER: ? 51101IuAIN SJ_: i6 {J V ..a l r 1546f. .-. .r-- '

beauty VA loan at .>.*%" Inlere REALTY Oeaulllul home. overlooking lab.H.rtrtdgr IMXkLKt ''-' '' ( \' "'' "' '' .v ',
payable at IWOO monthly Includn. CB Miodroom i batk r... No. tlMI Ih-kl. M, I'J. Na. t>4 : ,, I
taxis inaurmnce Owner morn roe living room dining'" room kitchen 0111)1111: ANII 011611 I1-1d61 Jr: I \ I 'ti \ I 1 I"\I'
California Call CY M410 .. large family room: -- paw paneled' W A. IRELAND. I \ jl
to or vl.U : \ 1
with 1010 AT X. I
atone fireplace t .
IU Allen An. BW Winter Haven I'lalnllff. \\ f I ,tt
NW ..tall Mr c: rro I Wi r! 1'14rr" -'
IMI& Ml W, reatral Ave. va. 'i v'I' 6 .a I J i t

'color S Orare Atkerien, ('V 4.MM OWNER: a-bednnm 1 bath C* KATHARINE) IRFLANDDefendanl :
I.... A, K_.., A..... CY7ll Ijirge Florida room ckwed IIefsnd.nl ." \ Icl' IMF .. ? Tf"'l.
FOR BALK: BY OWNERNo INltea a....) .7174. IIIIITI(10: or >l I'-\ I'' 3
cloalng coat amall down payment -- age Irr1 THE STATE OK FLORIDA TOKathermi I > I l\t. t9I' I"I .
bal like rent. I bedroom > Ireland
I balk- living room dining room. OWNhR: Of ;. romlortablr 2-;*- NOW; AI.I. MODERN: .-......, 54 ('101....... Lou l.,1 .I JIl.dl I' --- )

iltchen Fla. room Air condition I room frame good location. low wIth Florida room Cloee-ln 114 tuoclr' ladtanatb :c ,4 '

k oil near heat Cottage ethool In back ft. I carport do HI.'n. guy payment 411 7tk 1.11 Bl.. Avr F IE III.BIO OY MM 15.13'YROWN'I You......Rtoben ho..b Rohm.nUII.eI 'baC S I t'1 .- .,."._ I u:... 1 L 1 1 1L ,.'.",,'

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And nil for divorce and for .1I..r p.o- '1 I
I bedroom houae In Inwood oo BARGAINS mining', in a IM4 modal robe 4- .. -- ..-
ACREAGE: : on chain ol lakM (NOn WILL door aulomnbile. and the tnHowlna; ---
Lak. front Lota on ckaln ol TRADE LAKEITWNT LOT ILW. Duplentoo deacrlbed real ntate. towitLot ', .I'1 l 1 1 I I, 1Ngylll b.11

lake Nothing! down and monthly commerrlai I r"r= I In KI l...k. in. of KdnewoodAddition flrCCra J'1 l \ I' ll 1 I" .YOUR(3l J J)4' ,. .. ; : :.:" I I HA'r. \
I paymenaC.II CY 11361 Corner lot 150 x 157', In choice 141.wio for (Commerrtal 'Indualrlal rids' aa shown lo Winter by map Haven or pal- AND Nt rd, 7M RCMM (I, ( I I, 3, I r' II I \\.1'\1'\ II 1 + ,,10LiO P ""I "t' "II. ,.' 1 : "N1tJI

l-Dec IU multiple one in Lake Alfred or REALTOR Acnag jaj-mil. call JIM BROWN IJ-ld! thereof recorded hi the olflre GOLD SPIKE ANU 1611 l'N' I I Lt : (JI( i ia iy < (101- I .I'". I VVI, srFObOCK: I Il
ai part down payment on nice of led Clerk nf Ike. Circuit CourtIn P
-------- and for Pooh County, Florida. -DLAD :- {t J\ I I I IA
!5 Ft ; i
7 ROOM houae and I lota lor MirIn :3 bedroom CB home; prefer In rial took 1 pa*> 71 j "
Eagle Uk;: 441 Bacle Dr: one with heat, double carport ; haa been tiled agalnet ynu In IMsnv. ; !... ... I '
716/621. Attar 30 p m. 213-Mla air conditioned I bedroom. 1 : i \ .' .... "r":\ I I'J '
Milled and thai
i raw ,
111011 or separate workshop In gooloesUon bath. 1 oar garage, llvinn mom 't' i.
ken-by required lo aenre a copy .... ,
with fireplace. kitchen' tamlly mumlar 'I .'
I-BEDRooM hope. IVt babe, Box 1498 % News .a lot Norlhoaat Section Uood at your anawer ur other written de 1r : ( to \
beautiful yard 311 famala DrLakevlew Chief I.""" TUCKER BUILDER) Orson uiun llarr) I: King plain- 1 II' 1 f"fj. "
large duck. pared boat CY 3-1tllall .4S IMTa attorney. WHOM. addreM laPO :z: pt'1.l '
ramp lerrauo Doom. carpeted living 1213 Hw n(7. Winter Haven. Flnrlda 7 ) : .} -""'
CY 4-10M. U IS un or befuro the 7th day of Derember tf1.
dining room .
; 1
-- --- .. Immidlately
LAU: rLH HT rMTAIMOHNtB 1 M, and belorr or ( ;
thereafter. to III* with the : .
1100 DOWN, Ul PLYWOOD 8TON80RCD pro a-bednaom. I-balk central .hval,. air Clerk of Ike. above el,led Court lit..rlgIaal I' ) ( 1: "
I BR. CB IIOMEB IUI"t..w:: by btrildnra dib garage dlakwaxher dlapoaal' of mid ....... o. .Id "
Low M7ut month sdvaalaity \.
an the (
CHARLB8 McOOMfC Reg. Broker ol frame conatruction -r- ..alured 1 mm from elementary erhool. Jr written debases If any .,...r'.I! .,,-.:1t'1 'Tt 'II..
College alii PmymenU IIMUI He* II fall In M pro | .
you ,
:183-26 In I..,. Maiiaolne I bod Ulh Hi NE 1WOM7 'I .| cunleaau will .... enlarrd analnat I 11'1'1/ \ I' .
Il-Dec IiBEDROOM. room I bath. arreened patio Ftberguue demand the
-- -- -- you for Ike relief in
Inaulatlon Ihrougnout rlerirlc .

{- Florida room. CB rnyUmp: hardwood. a.loom.; Mrch. LIKE NEW CV II :1r.o K.m romuUlalWTTNBBB my hand and .'mrl.lmat <\" : -. > Ml iMltM1 ), : AND THI 'I''II llI i AM I lORIlC110N, DAR4.. n''
Mum. Corner lot shallow wall. h.,r.. romblnailon borne riorlda .. ; I ol ottlre at Barlow Polk It/7 lOMIININI
Hardwood floor. 1500 down Phone. beauillul. d,."" laws tile batha kardvuod n...... l too". County. Florida thl Hk ila> "' MOUlDM7 VDU It) NRl 00011' THAI 3(1510115 I fWroiHi! Mlb.CH I TILL IN'tOllRI
294-1218. e-u aoddPd In Pact nmhtng haa beenMl araiwd WO 1-1111! U.I It'' Notimoer. IN4b I cr' MNTIR Pp. "' WAIT P lot AIIPOItr I (AN'r (.II AI'N1( 11'011" A"'V' IN I "ii A1t4IIi. o* 110511110, It IN -
out Price ltd NOI.AKEFRONT --- ---- -- ----- Jft A 'J.n' 1111 I NI r All
LAKE ACCESS LAKEVIEW HOME: ON J.BKDROOM: CB Its, bathe mtran Clrcuh CmrlNr :......I tr : 'i WIINOU T : HA'on
Large modern WlmmlAg/ pool Thli LAKE!: ARIANA ",m for arwlng. hobblia i>r 4132137,1564IN ., it- 1 .._
new home la In the fmeat reeldVntlal FalH) new Ui.IMi value bring MCI I bedroum. porrh. Inildr ullhly fto I --
span| f i .
area. I Minute from WinterHaven ford for MCI 000 .IU on lake Veryhlll I bullt4n uven lerraooIIM5 r \ ti 1
10 minute from Jr College iralflr |3WK caa handle down: Ml M.i.r! ('V I-ewa EI ""(
130500 Good term, tail CY I hone D It Cornral OK BrokerWO 1610CR1bli THf "lite I'IT ("OI'.T tit' TUB "< :-, l
HSU. o-TF 7 ll.4 Hx-ii WO 7 Illl It-M TENTH It ni(it nun'IT iAMI .. / 'I I'I ro

--- 1.b. ,..... 'PBI 0 eyW"wmi turn ntLK KMTHtrrUIHlUA rl I t
JUST frAY EQUITY over I aoVe bud, Ctooe-ln Water 10 INANOIItllalnl I I Ic Ir
on t-bedroom CB home. I-balh. kitchen GOOD CREDIT? yaiim and t.or.... Alan 1>Ba..t o {

carporte On paved etreel brdronm .ntime CY ....... III -" N. 13m1I5SMNADENE
Lot M 100 with chain link fence : FlIl.M"M CREEL ,
Area Uk McLood "3.110 month But low on cash* Few block'! .tf iwJr E

price IneludM tfltvo turn. Inaumncr Total R to all SE achoola. CB dream I (13-A(I ) GrovesSMALL I CIiXE4-rrAItTNI'R < "..:.r. .. : Z1"

HAMILTON, ;'IIOrJf.. t-TF home with :2 large bedroomi, Uereadaitmom ,
: ,
parkay floor, cedar lined cbs I K or .i"IT :
a-BEDROOM houae and bedroom IRATE: or ruoniDA ; :: \rc
bouM IHK down MO month et*, real fireplace. It corner lot GROVEwith TO Arthur Cr50Whor.slwmo ; : ; _

If good credit CY Mill rlRHTMORTOAOE Home In excellent condition UnkiMwikVou
: CORP OF WlfTlfcRHAVEN quaint 1 bedroom nuue InHoik an ........, nollfWd that s -- ui.'T .
2I-Tr Yard needs care Will self to Iltt' I Inn faring on l ikrAlfr Mil our dlvora kM ...*.. Sod. 1/A50P.'d .
the right couple for $250 Down I .d Had. IM rllruii trri- Males ynu In Ik* ....*. ..HUM) l ANt.wa/t rrP4A. c5w.101tpwW

FluAr'AILARLK *, $97 Mo. Total Payment i :m::Hilt urangc Lllng room and I.niw* paling for In* nnllrui ulIk 1.16lUNE '' OuT l 31CjPHONE o j j A 0111.I.TT.tjT .
sluing nMini in knotted. paneled n PltalMifl. 5 dlforr mod amp / L I .
..., Jalmml .bark l", n'k and nun lliMMiy In In* Mm ol sill I IA > ) I \ ..M3IOe.. M..D r
: tOil MALE': LONG LOT w n','n. ('A"" il.Bt.1t AwhELOOAl ... air mdllkmer and wlndiiwfan I fork of In* Gluon Court. polk AIN4J O"r'
Can be bought furnished or C..nl'. norhU wklrk. ram ... I
&""', ':- \" : HAtENAKLA Appro 97 x 300 FtLakevlew uiirurnla. l iilurniehrd' 1114m)Ml I Ik* mull of .n overbid rolailv to 1 yt
6401565 tits Mlt ol Iko mirty. .-union
lot for M.SOO Caib- I UI
VARNER REALTY to. a lororloMr ketk Mrld A. D.
lot Marjorl* AT*. ACT NOWII Newton Plninun. n A C Crln jr I -
OI-J4241. M.450; |7. 00KM 14 Ilk SI, NWJH54 .d Mnd.. .** CroL kM wlf. D lm4- J
North Prado I 051s. .M ih. areuti rourl llkCounty .
oi-auastT woooIII LOU SUPRINAREAL I %' MJI47J ZI 1T7M plaids. bMn. Ca.* II.I JLV

2335437 ,i UI2M14IVT and. thai the MHIM laI
WttUa It ESTATE I I Ik Innckwun. nftkm end Ik* M 1
0I-253IImI I.8M 7,IM Phone CY 1.7211 I 15011 I ato.nl arllan ... ,... and in. atom. I

117Ih ILoas417 I and that you ... ........, roauirdI /
: urn 11.1110 11-11 IROVH afro a copy. ol your assets or h ar +
.. ....., >| NA-
.11 A""n.. 8. JJWOIZHM.1T 10 Acre hasps 7 roan old Mlon wrlltrn MUM.. MDM
1511 PlalntllTa
BKc : BtHNO TRANSFERRED WillaaarlfkM hard mad loud place lo build Iota,.. WHOM .4<....* I* Pool 70S Olaandar Dr, a home All for IM.** Term nortaa. 11 s
/io iT nioo MWO Small down paymentir B> ArkM LAMb lit* 117. Wlnur N.ew
............ Mernanlary It Arrea In Borne old on or brera thus Ittk day ofNonmkor
IM Cmtwood Dr. and TTkl.I'arJwai. $0111mmthN oraogee I AD., IM4. and Mho
W-M150JT 1.1&0 7...60IU aome young Nkf reap on old tree .
". la III*
unnuHluiUly" tkr
payments Ho I" well .pump and motor andall or I t+{ d11 M1305/, /rl N'A YfY 1' "
,. *ytodouft
Dr.254741 of Ik* abon
rdgtwater will tJoea
10. ,.04ttl ., la rare for grove ......' I Ir'1 '
(- IO.NO aqulfm. ( the orlflnal of Mid
.... .., .
It. in build home
a .
Hi NW I .r Mid wrltl** M/ II any I/G4l dlr +w'AA -
Glad 2300 12th St. MO on hard nd Only' tllkmunTerm A.
21216,2.40 1.780 I Wl. To II yw fall I* do M DMro. Prrnl < IA1/MI P.NlM1 ,vl
eee Ikt-ae rail nt t 147LAKr
b oMorod acalnatnu
I win
OLD-NOT AVAILABLE I ti-I, lor Ik. nltf dnundd In k< f"" 1-co 3133
ot-t41i\Ot2 Winter. awwinter CHOICE LOCATION ('?r TW'HM' rot Mad and effMwloal oz WAr

ot-2t36MIIT Wlnler Ham I ((14-A) Lots S AcreageCommercial of ofnea al Barlow, polk County :
ot-21J6..H Haven riorlda, tklo 13nd day of OrU
4-212125: Winter Haven ...... reduced tram III.too to .r D. salD. r'1
1"2'TJtllO: Winter Ham II4.KIO InW It ol llvttui area.etr It It/IAN' SO. 0
OI-IMNII\4IT: \ Winter HanS i tiled. bath, large r.ft., wMb til* Lot (lark Clam Counfly
01-:1131111: Winter Haven Flown UK H > our with llrealacokNcboa MaWS MrMrtd
path laundry room work t)>*iily Clark
CONTACT YOLR BROKER ihoa t wr gang*. ttlotam Mntrer M i 150 ft located on Ave. C, Ot M. MJ*.* .. IL tMIt ,
*. lake aeeoM, kM 14a. --- -
milaJaUuaj. I A/C SW. Across from Eichanga
.1> r.I&I CY t-tTW or Bar Bank Puking Lot Wide newly THK ".4117 1 01 "1 Of 1Mtr 5r'.. ''

1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIINOTICE i i low.--MMI71.-- -' -- JrTjTCXCLUflVK paved street with alley entrance rutnniA.TN ,dlUUIAL in. ASS0N tlMIIT ruin 1k"-

: : >prM tl...... area la rear For ate. by owner 101 .t*. 10 KA.(. ll.
..".._ large .lot tidy alrcoavditloned .... To r_!.+ ..*<...o 3 3.55
| I IIn lore ll>Mig room 4 beoVroomi rbMe CY J-J771 After a f.M. I 05 0104/4-0.0 : --

ill bathe _rac. dining ar Edna WatM, au"c.."\ VIM? 1310013A1. IAVIM4 A00

ram .large acroenod porrn modern 4. "'. WAN A.UULIATMN/ IlOTBNHA 1. '1Ur 1A, 1st W11 if x rCHAIrm$1 1-intl "ant .05 a wI5
kiwhen built-s aopllancet. ama*> "** Ai'n.G'o AN I1015 00 ,nail 140 PIP,. / taoS U. 0U6 '4144 pN "
= tbet column to- i --- ---- --- piainimH.LJCOD A'e +
etorage garage fir nelakbornojdlor I 1 cArs SoO6Im ci.Au 'K nlA. ..Pp A'I Wr 0 lu AN rAIr A r hMl
dry. the NEW bat of FHA = rhudran IXt M ownar rV I ACRM MUM won Jf WW VNaves n A.fgCs8054 PSI Rohl? I 'CA. I 1i4 .,,', ,! Ar 0PNI.A / 56.3 wn, I AS
= J-ttll 1U en Ml TVRMt CY aM7 J f' rr AL. ANA j 4'
l tJP1IJNlo
= acquired properties In the -- .. -- [ IITFrr tior N M.UI nAnrA
Winter Haven Auburn- :5 .- ---.- )jUT II & ktirTr ur'4.AIAKI"'r4 I
/R W wNh I.9t1. you Maawn J C .uauo sad wole.
date = 3 BEDROOMS > .......
area I a balky kM cOb MM "NJNNIl M .1 I
paved road 14* deep 11 yraduthurNrv .Mreshmila II 15..5
For the COMPLETE list I 2 TILE BATHS troee and w .. a 4* oaaMent Y.. an ......., hot*** UM'MkHnf : 1
L..k. Honrktge on ikeiltaia MMMuWd Met ogaM
I M. Me
homes :ir
= owned
of niA tt labs yaaTki ._. eifled Caun end
On Lot M II 130 Bunt la Hotpoint ibr 3331 ,
available and fun dents :Sr Froemk* the nniorr 004 MM MM M a Hill i" w I
down = kttcnen. eeilinf beat. Urrauo kt N 1'.atml.SI CO B>*.B1 Mr rr5m. Mnm0snaat.d
about price paymenu i bibs Large family "'c.* ........ lt.MltIM 50 o R 55.10 '. 155't
etc. are or call = red.. of Peek. ''->
I( I room large ..Nt. utility Will _. MMW le.. M
the folks at Tows 4 CoupE = ".*'*"
take your home to trad Call \&t foal ALB BY OWMBM taXMO > ..... eTrSa7 .....c. II v .r
= ,
try Real Eat.... FHA 5. 3 tV.oIIaMb.. .. 504.0 ... CaS.r PIWMa 4.1TO. r
Dowd for Appointment
5 Property Managers ss AJlca 5-45 541.15 Ie r- 'If 14 161.c
0.l, e. 5 1 .1 La 1e..
Winter Haven Auburn- s 1 REALTY I ( bMet g late tor Mat 'ibieack :-'wo.mod .Ibd/.ISI.. wml.; r

date area f I WOOD Lake IfcgeM latotM qajlv N.,.. rtarIoIa w -. 1'
III East Central a-an or rr 4ai4. i-tr map '" obM *qua. -..rddM _

,... many tM I4ttLAKEFRONTHOME
= includea
The Utt mS5Z8 Efealail .,.. tM fiom M> and fcwyMV Prim f rt atlfnlMltD U.rT

a fin* CB Bomea wRh down jr leg.1 l Adrtrtltinq f'_" \I\erwIa .Y ..... wqA

payments aa low ai $100 rs 1J.1JII ... ..1_aI' I....-. _.,.... u. ,,.
.itn mortme toga 4 = y ...*.. '"
no Lift emA.r.r onrK or mritif M. TO .MW w Xbr .
= monthly paymeoU u low = I P5a1.41d a..M a Ma 550 .rr..TiM nrritHH .A.I: ..kiMltrr f..ni...k.>l in >M (Jfrwid -. d
....> 14M.. Ie WWINIM Ck-rk .r IV OrruM Court and 1,
I MKIce. le nereb grow OMI UMI *
5 aa $...01. | t-M iritj-aid uniagi* .as '..,. tnoroaf M <......'*. '
---- d"C ... IM AMMO II sly U'a
SS nih ike Clerk el MM IMIOM ..
S EvonMO <'_f PlerMtn ftn.mt w._ "..... VOa M or r,
Omr Bryaa CT SS 51c.9 e.p. al rhwMa.A 505 IAw.ousr 1& 13310 M .5. ,
r.. MMJ l c--.r.J;:: r. ,fiae. I M eejwredwrrUMB
OJ sS { { a* amoadd Barrel re *" Q 1p 1
Bteaanr yl.m0R CY -UU. sS I I II by timer -tl.l tam W rVIda. : us
Pant aeMtk 1.'T.... SS A*.* ail IH$ Lel' ........ IMF at r haad M UV ('IwtI
MaknlM TetroauM CT t-MTC SiTwNCoUrfrRY eM 0b4... 15110 J'\enIa' -0lw.a 5.m. was Oewoco lo d 100 ....... urW t'..wl ii IM.m

5555- ..... kibrban no4 dioMta.Jn ...1Pdlf. SINS they a** aa> .< Mid-MM ai Chita. rV-
I I .* >M eluUta oven aad av aMMM Mel I. ik*. _io iier II UM
| Untia Krpana eantmi aarKeida ;::::: IIM51arM D H BLOAM ACWrk

= ..4Hrsm. W MarMg LarwU wssmm a .u...... nrwn '
= 2" 'tW'iI'1 :: : II male r Law. Kt.A I # : A ro$* K
3.1141 arc Par CT MuaiM. CCgaa .. dmDet IM Avawnw IV NEWIMM
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Page Fourteen WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Friday, November 13 I '''e., 4

Presbyterian Dear Abby. '- 'F- West Florida You, Your Child And School Highway 559

Church Slates Don't Waste Time! f' Presbytery To UPI By Education DAVID NYDKK Specialist which Remember might that affect the teacher the child has RenovationWork

Reporting of a child's school a child for a large portion of
progress to his parents la an the day. There are many opportuaittes .
Van Huron
Abigail d Important part of a school pro for the teacher to heir
Guest Meet HereTomorrow gram. The beet way to accomplish a student solve personal prcb / Slated
this Is a major concern of lems. If necessary the teachercan

DEAR ABBY: A 17-year-old girl has 'been DEAR ABBY As a working! housewife witt educators. obtain assistance from
senior our sitter for three years She's a lovely, reliable many friends and relatives, I find the acceptec the Presbytery of Moat parents will be receiving other specialists on the school AUBURNDALE --Dec. I
Buffcee atLculevtUe
ate dy girt, and our children love her. format of bridal and baby showers a problenr' West Florida, representing 17 some type of report duringthe staff. has been Mt M UM startli( .
In Presbyterian Seminary Certain recent happenings! have given rise to for which I would like to offer a solution The United Presbyterian 00IIIfI next few weeks. This maybe Practically every school Issues date for the lone soufht renova
LoutevlllKy.., will simpleton. First, our liquor supply has mysteriously usual procedure is to gather for an evening ofcards lions, will meet In Winter Hit in the form of a report cardor some type of report card. lion of Hlflhway !1st It was announced -
preach at the 8.30: a.m. Sunday diminished Then. shes begun to CHAINour some other form of entertainment en. a parent-teacher conference. This la true even when conferences y.ster<1-i\ I'y the sum!
service at first Presbyterian front door making it impossible lorI to ,, 'followed by refreshments and finally, The value of either will depend are used. All report Road Department.
Church.He enter until she lets us in And the 1 last straw .I'.Jht gifts This means boredom, weariness Six churches In this area will upon how well the parent understands cards vary. Some use grades.
came this morning when I found a man's undershirt taMate an evening for some Why not send elders and ministers to what the teacher" la Others use checks or written The bid for the project' wei,, '
Is one of three candidatesfor (several sizes larger than my husband's) serve dessert and coffee immediately after the vote on Issues ranging from ap- trying to say.Conference.. statements. Even with the to Superior Paving eompam<
the ministry from that congregation wadded up behind the couch cushion What do guests arrive: Then open the gifts, and let thosewho proval of the docket to a report Lakeland which had a low i IW
In the last quarter I do, M>bv? if lln.hd mother' the girl willnever have the time and energy for playing games on "The Nature of the Mints In the lower are more Thereare common same card teachers vary on of $109,000.
century. nit I for .II want to I lose her, go ahead and play them while the others make try." trades. standards and methods! of are
She Is a gem in every way. a quick and graceful exit? Thank you many reasons for this An rtvtag at marks. This doesn't The highway, which winds
On Saturday Bugbe will be Two Lakeland congregations, elementary teacher may have mean that there Is complete around north lAd east banks _
examined by the Presbytery of CHICAGO MOTHER KALE'S SECRETARYDEAR one In Auburndale and one In 26 students while a high schoolteacher confusion. Each school has of Lake Arlaaa, has been the

West Florida; this Is one In a DEAR MOTHER i You seem only concernedwith SECRETARY: Your suggestion mikes Lake Alfred,Hope Presbyterian might have ISO ..- methods and standards for target of oontiderabie criticismIn
series of steps toward ordina much Church and First Presbyterian dents. Obviously, conferences teachers to follow. The variation the past as being "too nar-
the possibility of losing a sltttr when a far so sense I wonder why others have never
tion. more serious issue Is at hand. A onre "lovely, thought of It. (Or save they?) Church of Winter Haven, will Involve time. Another reason la exists because the report row."
be represented. that students themselves take card is the teachers Judgementof Highway 559
reliable, .tud, 17-year-old girl Is In danger serves as a mat
Presbytery will meet In Bug of getting Into serious trouble. Confront her with One of the Important com- on more of these responsibilities a atudent.PEBWOBTH. artery Into the communltj and
bee's home church. the evidence and have a frank, friendly and DEAR ABBY: Inform the girl who was en- mittee reports will be on "The as they become older. In travel on It has Increased sinceIt
Bugbee and his wife, the sympathetic talk with her. Impress upon her gaged to the serviceman who had Just left for Nature of the Ministry." addition, SOSM schools feel that was connected to the Auburn,
that she Is with and The Rev. William Harris of the close relationship of a conference EASI' l'An"'VT;,'
former Martha Jansen of Win flirting tragedy anv man Germany that if the really must marry him dale exit on Interstate 4,
ter Haven live in modernapartment who would be a party to such behavior Is a sooner than they had planned she should ((1)) St. Petersburg will submit this Is more Important In England 'UPI, Further concern has been es,
worthless heel. She needs to be Informed not get proof from her doctor, (2)) present this proof report, which looks Into ordination the lower grades when parents -A Pebworth woman was given pressed over the ruts and bump
on the all-new seminary Informed eel! P. 8. And If she brnihes you off, to the Red Cross and enlist their help. They will tenure, and retirementof and children are becoming acquainted 40 years to pay a hire purchase in the road.A .
In Louisville.Because .
campus drop her and ell her mother why contact her fiance and give him the Information. Presbyterian ministers with the schools i installment plan>)> debt of two final grade survey was recently -

of her work u a e e And If he asks bit commanding officer for an Other Important matters will It Is easy to see that a conference pounds f U.60'' b>' Judge R. E completed on the highway
teacher In the Loulivllle public emergency leave, and tells him why, his chances relate to Christian education, Is an excellent way to Chapman at Evesham County by the SRD and actual construction
DEAR ABBY I and have class
schools Mrs will not am 13 a 7:40: ministerial relations, and the report on a child's prOfr.... It Court She was ordered
Bugbee Is
to being held
In the morning. So does this other boy who lives of being flown home immediately (without cost) paya up only)
make this with her hue examination of a candidate for allows for a two way discus- month .
trip penny a after the until the contract becomes official.
near me, Our mothers take turns!! driving. WhenIt to marry the girl are excellent. The Red Cross Problems
slon. be worked
the can
band. ministry judge heard she was widow .
Is our turn to drive, we are 'in front of his
and our military are unbelievably kind and
co The out cooperatively. There Is
The summer before last Bug- house at 7:25: sharp It takes about ten minutes meeting will begin Saturday an
bee acted as student pastor and to get to school. We always have to wait about operative In a crisis of this kind. I know. at 10 a.m. In First Presbyterian excellent opportunity to have
supplied the pulpit of the Lake live minutes for him to come out, and when! he "BEEN THERE" Church of Winter Hav- complete understanding between
Alfred Presbyterian Church does, he runs out half-dressed with his breakfast .n. a teacher and parent CHURCH of CHRIST
During this brief time the In a paper napkin. When It's his mother's turn S e through the means of a confer
\ I
to drive, I am always standing out on the curb IN EAGLE LAKE
Lake Alfred Church sold an old Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los ence.What
waiting, and they never show up until 7:30. I COLLISION CONFUSION makes a conference
manse, bought a new one, issued Salutes You
a can to the It.,. David admit I haven't been late yet, but It has been Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply, enclose. a PASADENA, Calif. (UPI) ,successful Much depends on Romans: 16:16L
Dlettel as full-time pastor,and only a matter of a lew seconds Thu Is makingme stamped, self-addressed envelope An ambulance taking a 60-year. the attitude of the parent. The CHASTAIN MINISTER
nervous What should I do? old woman to a hospital collided ,
started a building program-. teacher is concerned with help-
the harvest of of ALMOST Thursday with a hearse Ing the student. The parent Paul said In Rom. 8:9, "NOWIf
many TARDY
planning. For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely summoned by her husband who should recognize this. They any man have not the spirit that I have spoken, the

"We are proposing a new DEAR ALMOST: Tell him that yon will lake Wedding," send SO cents to Abby, Box 69700, thought she was dead. should not try to criticize or of Christ, he Is none of his" last same shall" Judge him In the
day. (John
building program to membersof care of your own transportation In the future, Los Angeles, Calif. A city ambulance crew attending blame a child's problems on Notice the "Spirit of Christ"In fullness of 12:48.) The
First Presbyterian Church," and he should do likewise A 7:40: class I Is UIMKH the woman, a heart the teacher. Look to the conference prayer. "Neither pray I for Christ" the "Spirit of
enough to fare without starting the day with victim, thought she was alive as to these alone but expressed In His
says the Rev James R. Black- an opportunity help for them also the
your stomach tied In knots.U.SWest. and raced Eph.1.22-23.)
wood, pastor "W hope that a MoNiuihl lymllMK Ise. l 1"e the hospital correct problems. Cooperationand which shall believe on me All men gain entrance
to the
But the hearse the husband sharing of Ideas are the through/ their word That one
some of Mr. Bugbee's effectiveness ; they all body of Christ, the church
at Lake Alfred comes previously called hit the ambulance keys to a successful conference. may be one; that the world the Spirit's direction CI Cor., by
and then caromed Into a What are some of the thingsa may believe that thou hast
through on Sunday In Winter sent 121213.) It Is
car driven by a doctor. A second should bring to the me." (John 172021. "to
Haven To easing of French pressure on parent ) Also, seethe possess the Spirit of Christ"
Sunday services at First Germany the grain Issue. doctor pronounced t h e teacher's attention Talk about "Spirit of Christ" at thejudgement outside his restored church
Presbyterian Church of Winter woman dead. The hearse driv the child's activities at home.Discuss / "He that rejectethme preaching and upholding
a united
Haven are held at 1:90 and De Gaulle has given Germany er was hospitalized with serious study habits Inform and rec.1 v.th not my words, faith and New Testament
11 a.m. The pastor will speak at until mid-December to bring Its Internal Injuries, the teacher of any problems hath one that judgeth him: the practice -

the second service.Wall Talk On Nuclear FleetWASHINGTON grain suspension prices of Into common line or market face a

plans to try to negotiate reciprocal

(UPIUnder..ecrtt.ry President Charles do Gaulle to tariff reductions with the
Street of State George W, the plan. rest of the world
Ball was flying to Germany
Whatever the for the
today for strategy talks Involv The State Department public. reason .
German decision, Britain's desire
Ing the controversial American ly ascribed the German decision 4
plan for a NATO nuclear fleet. to a desire to walt and to rejlgger the MLF gave FGoodrich
Bonn an excuse to announce
ChatterNEW take a look at a revised MLF
He will have a lengthy conference proposal being worked out by delayed action on the project
Monday with German and take some political pressure -
Britain. This will be ready next
YORK (UPI) J. W. Chancellor L u d w II Erhard, month. off Erhard's government,
Spark I Co. says the tochnu whose government has suddenly In particular;: pro-American For*
cal pattern of the list remains decided to stop pressing for President Johnson and British elgn MinisterCerhardShroeder.ECURITY .
favorable despite the weaknessof Creation of the proposed Multilateral Prime Minister Harold Wilsonare
rail Issues In recent....1011I. Nuclear Force (MLF) expected to discuss the revised
The firm says that the broad by the end of this year plan when they confer at
consolidation which has been Ball, t h. administration's the White House Dec. 7-8, \ INREGULARLY A
taking place since late Septem. workhorse on this project, and Diplomatic sources laid that NUTSHELL
bar, and the removal of any po. Secretary of State Dean Rusk the major reason for Germany's
litlcal uncertainties, would were said to be confident that decision on MLF stemmed principally
seem to favor another upward the MLF has suffered only a from Erhard's desire to
move. delay and not a defeat as a ease domestic criticism of his '' I' 1 I I I r' 11'
result of the Bonn Government's regime on this front The German
Dacha 4 Co. continues to tea decision leader also must deal soon JJtii'it
ommend buying fundamentally Plans call for Ball to attend with the politically explosive i
attractive Issues on weakness sessions In Berlin today and necessity to lower German
since It believes that the out. Saturday of the German-Ameri grain prices to bring them Into
look for a yearend rally is can Council, an organization of line with those of other Euro Mfr COMPACT CARS MEDIUM CARS LARGER CARS
good. Influential private citizens Interested pean Common Market countries
--- In closer ties betweenthe particularly France.
Edward F. Underwood of two countries, before goingto U.S. officials have boon assured <
Mltchum, Jones & Templeton Bonn to meet Erhsrd. by the Germans that no"d.aI"
Inc. points out that there Is The Johnson administrationwas was made between De
again an Increasing chorus: of Inclined to accept Bonn's Gaulle and former German 17 20 *23
bearishness on the part of assertion that its decision to Chancellor K 0 n r a Adenauer
many analysts but he sees noth. rslay participation In MLF was during their Paris meeting ear
Ing yet to Indicate the ImrnU not due primarily to the Increasing Her this week for a German
nonce of a.bear market., hostility of French delay on MLF In return for
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