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: September 20, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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moves to Miami DeachWedn.Sday
president! nominee Barry M
for the regular
Goldwster said today the ni
meeting which gen-
lion li "tt war as certainly n
rally 1* regarded as the open "
ing session of a new citrus sea the sun tts in the West." prln
INSPECT NEW DAM-.With r cnt rains hvlna rUd t th. water lent to the son. The meeting Is to be held rlpally because of the weak

Chain of. Lkt back to normal Comrr,Ission.rs yttrdy mad a survey of facilitiai to In concurrence with the annual new Indecision. and Indirectionof

iniur everything was In ord.r in cue of additional haavf rainfall In the ar... Pictured convention In Miami Beach of tho Johnson administration
.t the new dam at th. north and of the chain which was installad tie Florida Fruit Vegetable The Arltnna senator discussed

Commiiiion .nd the Canal' Commiinon are, left to right, County ConsmissionC.irm.n, Association attended' tn event that will foreign policy and farm policy
be I In remark prepared for dcllv
by several Commissioners
Wilmar McCutchaon, Jim Harrington Churls Gothorn and Cot Harold Spragua, canal and Commission \ try at the National flowing
ommittionari, and Herb McTr, supervisor for the eOmmlstlon. A boat lift will soon b. staff members RICO Content near here The annual
installad' en the foundation to the right of the plctur* which will male it poinbl to A report by the Commission JAMAICA e, event ii a traditional forum for

low.r boats into the canal on the oth. std. of the dam where the watar level Is about Advertising and Publicity Committee .; farm policy statement by political

thr.*.ft I lower, and ado lift th.m ovr to the higher side, Is expected to be thigh- leader, though Goldwa.
light of the meeting, according r* lr devoted much of his speech
to General Manager Homer E. to foreign policy.Democratic .
: Hooks. The committee Is to vice presidential
Chain Of Lakes
Return meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, ., Caribbean Sea 0 candidate Hubert II. Humphrey
followed by the Commission
also spoke at the plowing content '
meeting at 2 p.m. GLADYS PLODS Hurricane Gladys plods slowly toward the Carolinas In place ol President John

Hook laid the committee today with winds up to I2S miles per hour She was traveling at eight miles per hour on son, who had been Invited but

i To' Normal After Rains would request be for asked authority to consider to use a a north-northw.nterly court approximately 500 miles east of Fort Pierce at five p.m. declined

the letters "0. J," alone in bit night Gladys, If th* continues her present court, will not hit South or Central FlorId Goldwater pledged that he
and his
*. running mat. Rep WII
Bjr Cl1U'I1eWinter Cwham below-average rainfall during flood some Instances where the Commission Ham E Miller of New York,
periods. ,
; : symbol 1 used. display -
that ertod.A will succeed where this administration
Haven' (Chain of Lakes survey by members' of the At one commissioner stated, matter tn addition support Gladys Pushes 125 MPH has so miserablyfailed
are "brimming full" again will be ought lor the Flo
Canal Commission yesterdayshowed "Ih n Is not much we can do rlda Waverly CoOpObserves In bringing peace to
tour Department
following1 more than years of Agricul
to fill the when
that recent rains have they are this land and to this world.
of low water levels caused by'Mediators' SUN FLAVOR
raised 0M water level in the low, but we can now better con- the uniform programfor That I I. the overriding problemof
chain back to normal" with the trol the high level of the lakesto Identificationof Winds all
Florida fruits and vegetables Toward CarolinasMIAMI
crest now at the top of both prevent 50thAnniversary "
flooding"s A report also Is to he hetrdon 11 will not be easy to da so
outlet dam at Lake Lulu and At the cite ol tb'.q.1. jrogresa made by theCbrtea and I would not be honest If 1

Lake Hartrldg. a "lift" will! eooW-l*)\Insulted F. tnloe medical advertising sf1 \ t'Flt-Powerful) Hun Iri tit the nut It houn."Uurrltlni said It will be," he added We
Not since September of I960, which will make> ir'pokf&4Jo agency regarding tile rlcane CHadys swung slightly fore winds extend have to undo all the horrible
wl1el1l1urrlcan. Donna dumpedeveral nUt !beets over Ole fern from tnvestlptlon of nutritional northward today and pointed t out US mile from the cen bungling of the last four rears.
Seek Solution 1 lakes' In Inches this area of rain which Into we the,* either side. Boater will .then muse of Florida citrus. 12} mile an hour winds toward trr In the eastern semicircle bungling that has brought (Ihli

at a high mark hat the be stl to navigate wider His** Scheduled fat Commission the North Carolina coait and DO miles to the west" the country to war
already } way 17 through level of the chain been With the .change ,In. courseforecasters *
Rail Threat where near normal. f any Conln+ and Lake Smart/ or re- ters ss exemption from citrus put South Florida In extend outward 171 miles to the clear Our country ha*

To The water reached Us lowest (Continued.On Page I Col. a) (Continued On Page !5 S. tol. I) 1 the clear and said there was northeast and ITS miles to the lost the peace the peace left

point during recent years at the only a reroute potsibillty the southwest of the center Continued( On Pane I. Tot. S)

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Federal end of October 1963, when It battered Nigh Florida coait
mediators tried again yesterday was approximately three feet First Presbyterian Church would b* | atened
to head off a paralyzing below normal. Other lake In The Weather Itureau. rontin Junior College Survey Team
national railroad strike set to the Winter Haven area not Connected v z"r ued Its warning thai all InteresK .
begin Tuesday morning at with the chain are atUl along the South Atlantic
dawn one to two feet low. Plans Expansion Programin tout should keep In touch with
After Hurricane Donna had hurries ad.IIk"I.lv.r the Moved Quickly And Quietly I

The White HouM.aoLXabcuv flooded the ares ta I960 the weekend
Secretary W. Willard Wlrtx"Canai Commission IWta ed two The First I Presbyterian Central Florida, and one Forecasters predicted thAt
stayed aloof from the dead large culverts"adjacent io-titt. 'church of Winter Haven bat home her. MacEwen has designed winds and svss-fsr In advanceof By FU BIRM JRMlaff school board member at the
locked: negotiations despite a Lake Lulu dam to allow taster signed a contract with Harry. more than 200 real the storms slow moving center Writer polls, and the overwhelming
strike call Issue0 Friday by six lowering of the water level In MacEwen, nationally famous denees, Including the home on would begin to Increase The State Drpsrlmenl of Education election of the board chairman
AFL-C1O unions representing the chain during emergencies. Tampa, architect, In preparation Lake Eloise of J. Hal Connora along the tweet from Daytona Junior Collage Site Survey and county superintendent
ISO.000 shop craftsmen Th culverts were Installed at for a major construction, member of the First Pretbytertan Beach, Fla., northward to Cape Team which was here last The five.man survey team,
the same height as the dam so It was announced today. church. He designed llatteras N. C. tonight and week! moved very quietly and which specifically asked for a
Francis A. O'Neill a member that water would automatically MacEwen will prepare a the Polk Federal savings and Sunday without fanfare. Interested onlyIn publicity blackout and the ellm
of the National Mediation run out of the chain when that master plan, which 1 I. scheduled Loan building at Lakeland, Exchange At S p.m. EST the .season s getting their Job done nation( of. all welcoming! committees .
Board, was expected to presideover level wan attained. Since their for presentation to the con National Bank building fourth hurricane was centered They seemed to feel that the and sates pitches,
resumed bargaining completion however, the water gregatlon on the evening of In Tampa, the Westminster about MO! miles east of Fort find survey team which literal" rod in two ears, along with
sessions between tabor Ind ha* never been high enough to November 18 Preabytertae Church of D Land Pierce Fla, and about the ly split the county open Just assistant county superintendent
management representative run out. The selection of MacEwen. awl il>* education building of the W, c. PEDFMFXWaverly same distance southesri of WU before" election time when they J. C Mitchell to four of the

Through the combined effort wat recommended toy ft*buildIng Diets Island Presbyterian Growers Coopers mlngton, N. C near latitude recommended the Winter Iii seven. sites Tuesday afternoon
Both 'rider have Indicated of the County Commission and council and approved by the ChurcH In Ta nipe .
tin celebrating Its SOth an n.S north, longitude Gill west. yen golf course be the per ma They were first to the old
the Canal Commission a new trustee. It wu based hi* The local
.rwilUmc; to negotiate on project includes .
they which II had shifted from the wutnorthwest nent site of Polk Junior College Bsrtow Air Bate. where the
win wind
dam has recently been constructed record, as attested by an addition W the niverisry up
: many church pastoral
over the weekeod, J. H;Wolfe course It held for had already created school It operating In temperary
at the north end of the building of widely varied use and secretarial offices ands with IPHII events at the annual
chief spokesmen toe I b" rafl nearly five cloys and war movIng enough publicity, qUirt,," Then they droveto
chain which will also.Ilow more In 'O\Itbeut.rn\ United Sateswhich fellowship hall for a total of meeting In October 1 I. Issuing '
roads, said ..he hoped to announce toward the northwest at I The tumor college site contra Winter llavsn where raiD
water to be let out of the chain lie has designed an elaborate brochure:
many Continued On Page I, CoL S)
a postponement vt canceDatkm In observance of Its half century mphF re easier s maid I: rerny I I. credited with being the prevented them from getting out

within 24 of boss the strike But Michael nolle In the citrus buslnei would hold this tours for at main factor In the defeat of one (, ;ontln sad On I'a** tol I) I

Fox, bit union counterpart, was T, note the eo-op's fifty ,
not as optimistic about a act. I years of growth and service '
tlamenf He said mlJUlcdn at'. the 40-psge brochure. with aCe'CF
last proposal war an "insult to of blue velvet on which
our Intelligence." the lettering. Is In gold covers
Subcontracting repair work aslfM U: the orgsniistion'! half eec.

traditionally done to the railroad tury and describes Its present .

shop and Jurisdiction fscllitles and services,

over coupling of air steam and It I Is profusely Illustrated,
signal hose appeared to b* the)
both with
current photograph
two major tuft I Woektotettlemetf a
but also eome early ones, and'
: in the rwoyesrolddispute. l
toel amiss I history of the firm
Tber WM m immediate-torn t t d 6 'Jq sod lists some of the milestones
ft WbiU floue In that history
J lId iron ODfile
threatened walkout against lays W, C Pedersen, tile

141 of be nation's ,(alb tocp's president la preface'
rotdaGlaucctM. 'If there has been one outstanding .
F feature Waverly
Grower Cooperative bat embraced

throughout the years,
f Test that ka. greatly contributed

U our success, K has ba the
mstlflirincis of Waverly directors
y ar
and officers In giving pmg
Slated Here
their time and efforts for the e
benefit of an the Waverly ,4

QatMom ** ministered s>t flt* Polk Couof/ "Prid te. our' accomplish-
HeeJtk Dofpu...... bUkBqC: sank Is not sH aetflsk Win"
Mr TMMfer atom trOQ......b erly Growers Cooperative) it
4-00 p... ndr th* fyantat' .
pleated that wisp of its pl.IIIINrinI
ship cal taw Winter limn Floss
undertakings have
bean adopted and wed by
Over 250 took
persons ad
vaatag of Ib* opportoalty to other growers ."

).vs their .,.. ....... kart Th brochure will be distributed '
month with OUrt.** acre being among employees, di- .
referred to specialists. rectors and members tIM -
The tests wtn b* conducted CITY HALL RAMrW***)* wire wairt 1e> .*r .M. Winterf: *....Cify Hal t bet can't cooperstiv. and to the citrus

tPolk tasty nr*** Mr. negotiate steps sew here. a ramp, *...lIdill. w t* the ccors. from fee west entrance, Industry and to the rooocraUvf TELLS THE STORY-The scrb.ard at the Citrus l.w| tells th+* fiery at Winter
Btti Detail sod Mrs lie! *, Cty Clerk Due Furri tried it for sire with hi. CHl Ramble. bwt 'it 'teal quit wide 'a major customer. Haven opened the 1944 football lesion against crens-town rival) Auburndal' : The *!..

Elrci aastd 1- oietOs of .ugh. City Manager Celt" was grateful for that-cars racing around the c- The annual meeting will bet lory wt the second straight after a ,losing ttr..k that l lasted seven yeses. (Phot by
UM t Ja Club .ow'.. would. not .Jd to h't pc e>f ", .Itd, I ontawed On Pages < ol 4) /,** Jtsub through curtty el Superior Ilock Co'





September 20, 1964

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Gen. Motors flhatnbero.mrnent' World Waits Miller hurlsWar

Next On List For View Of Scare

Of Auto UnionDETROIT By E. L DAVIS Red WeaponMOSCOW Charge At LBJ

Chamber of Cmitm.rc PITTSBURGH (UPI) ,
(UP!) The United H"r
-- UPI) Mystified
William E. Miller added :
Auto Workers Union, with Ex.cyflv. Vine President outsiders waited today for fur fire to his vice presblenuai np

peaceful and prosperous new ther clarification of Premier campaign Friday with a nur ,
contracts with Ford and Chrysler Nikita Khrushchev's statements that President Johnson
already agreed on, next this week about Russia 'terri Ing national security us.

week opens negotiations with Today 8,000 auto graveyards, without flowers or ble new weapon." means of drumming up vQt as.-,.'

its toughest and richest! opponent tombstone, extend across the United States. It some Khrushchev has promisedthat e. Miller told an audience
General Motors. an official report on exact. Erie, P a., during his flrst
times seems as though 1,000 of them surround Winter campaign ).
UAW President Walter P ly what he said to a group of swing Into Pennsylvania

Reuther, flushed by victorious Haven. The rusting metallic corpses reposing therein, visiting Japanese congressmen that "ther is a growing cause

negotiations with Ford Friday exposed to the elements and to the disapproving eye three days ago win be forthcoming r ) for concern that L>'ndon Johnson .
made it clear the union would "shortly" is playing politics
the beholder serious and with .
of traveling are a continuing national
disclaimed the "
demand even more benefits The premier secui Ity.

from GM than were obtained aesthetic and sanitary problem to each community in Japanese version of his remarks Noting that the President this

from Ford and Chrysler. which they blot the landscape. to the congressmen, who week had announced develop

The union posted impressive To speak up in their defense said he told them about a ., ment of a defense system tin

contracts written at the two is like trying to defend Hitler form slightly different from "monstrous, terrible new weapon 1I can intercept and destn

firms in two successive weeks. Yet an article In the "Rotarlan that In which it entered. Here ," \ I'I armed satellites In space, tni

Chrysler agreed to a Mcentan Magazine" ably rational are a' few from a treasure I didn't talk to the Japanese ,.tt- neat' New York lawmaker asked:

hour three year contract chest compiled by schoolteachers about bombs," Khrushchev told ... \ "Now, Is this revelation in
izes their existence and makesone ... s v dT I
Sept 9 and Ford came to terms al in recent years Indian newsmen at a Kremlin e } l the national Interest it this
realize that here la an
Friday on I contract that in On Weather reception Friday night "I did time or was Mr. Johnson slm.

eluded all the benefits obtainedat most Insoluble problem that Is "While passing through n't talk to them about new ply playing a political card for

Chrysler and one for good being handled In the most log Kansas, a typhoon is really weapons. It was a general talk fA ; the day?"
Ical way possible. about tactical for Infantry .. Miller also
measure a Christmas bonus weapons -.. mentioned John.son's .
not a hurricane, but a torna .
The alternative to these unsightly .
rockets, tanks not + announcement of ,
ranging from $25 to $100 '"' i nPv
junkyards Is the much do. bombs" V radar
Both settlements came only .. It! capability and askcj
more acute problem of disposing "There Is hardly any winterin Two nights ago, at another "was this revelation in (
55 minutes before union members of Junked" cars, If these Miami They passed a law diplomatic reception the premier ALUMNI HOLD PARTY Florida Southern Alumni of the Winter Raven-Auburndale area America's best" Interest
were scheduled to walk off metallic graveyards closed: or something" told UPI the "terrible"weapon held a cookout at Lake Alfred Lions Park, and doing chefs honors Is J, Milton Boring. Jo LOW. It simply in Lyndon's best
the Jobs in the national strikes. there and June Prtybylskl right art lined for chow, later provided accordion music in.
their doors tomorrow cities "Although was once Is non nuclear but Is Jackson up tprest politically?"

Major benefits in the new would be faced with a problem no water in the Gulf of Mexico near Moscow.Deaths. The GOP candidate Intern! J

contracts included earlier re the people who named it that the Johnson .
of solid waste disposal the administration
tlremcnt at age 60 with pension like of which they never somehow knew that water was Alumni Enjoy Child EvangelismBanquet 1 6 Farm Houses was trying to steal the thunder'

benefits up to $400, Increased coming." for technological" developments
drramed could happen Slated
vacations, increased relief time "When any place has an nurtured under the presidency
Highways a n d by ways
from production line jobs, Improved earthquake, guess what of Dwight D, Eisenhower,

insurance benefits, two would abandoned be choked automobiles with, old refrigerators caused it? That Is as good a MISS MINNIE BUERMAN Family OutingThe For ThursdayJACOB Get New Roofs "The same (Democratic) ad.

more days off and other Items guess as anybody's since no Mrs Minnie Buerman 80, ministration that has openly

Using its traditional divide stoves and everything one knows for sure" of 255 East Main St., Lake claimed for Itself the night to
annual of
solid semi- family picnic
and conquer technique, the un else of or If it's medical advice pou Alfred died Friday night in Winter lIa ven. Auburndal lie to the American people In

ion negotiated the pattern contract solid salvageable nature need, better see a doctor. the Winter Haven Hospital following Chapter of the Florida Southern From Mrs. LBJ the Interest of national security
In 1925 the average life of a to be
now seems
forced using
at Chrysler, a set Don't follow the ideas set a lengthy Illness College Alumni Association nation

tlement along the same lines at car was six years, in 1950 It forth by the kids, such as: She was a native of New held at Lake Alfred Lions Park Ala. UPI\ al security" as a means of ap
14 and today It if 10 ( for votes "
Ford and Monday will take the was years Jersey and came to Lake AlFred with a large attendance ppallng Miller said
Health l I. well
Just keeping houses on the Alabama
In 1958, the automobile -SIx tenant He said his presidential
two settlements to GM. years runsing
a year ago She was a George Flack Jr., president,
worst while hygiene is being clean 1 1N farmland owned by Mrs mate, Sen. Barry
Industry's postwar Goldster
Industry observers believed member of the Baptist I gave the welcome and R. D.
about It"'Scurry B Johnson are sport.
wentto Lyndon would be a
only 2,774.000 cars president "nh
General Motors might a year Church. Mitchell, supervising principalof Li
Is a disease caused Ing shiny new tin roofs, a afar deeper" sense of
tougher nut to crack, There the scrap heap Last year by too fast living" She Is survived by one sister the Auburndal Area Schools, and here and there, a patch of sibility toward the national respon.
seemed little doubt that the In five million vehicles" were Miss Elizabeth Buerman gave the invocation. se.
"You must take it easy if new lumber. curlty "than Lyndon Johnson
dustry giant, which producesmore junked. In New York City heart attacks of Lake Alfred, and one brother Frank Foland, director erf the The First Lady's farm houses has disclosed in his political .
than 50 per cent of the alone 13600 abandoned cars your"One of the most painful of August Buerman of Bradley Florida Southern Alumni Associatlon were in the national spotlight tlvltles during this campaign acc"
ration's would to were found on the street, brought greetings last
cars agree Beach N.J. spring when Repuhllcans"investigated"
Friday night Miller
the minor Injuries Is the kept up
from the college and discussed
an economic package patterned The motor vehicle popula home toe.nail" Funeral services will be conditions on his attack on Johnson In an a4.
along the same lines as thoseat tion 20 years from now is grown S held at the Smith and Smith recent news of the institution. her property after President dress before an estimate j.OOO

the other firms forecast at 115 million, the human Funeral Home In Newark Accordion music was provided 9 Johnson announced plans for persons here.
by Mrs Jo Love Jacksonand the
But problems could arise in population at 267 million water sport which Is N.J.. with burial to follow In Mrs June Przybylskl administration's poverty He said the main Issue tic In*
! other areas, such as working The scrappage rate of old growing so rapidly In popular. the Evergreen Cemetery In Mrs. Lois Legant and Miss America today is t federal
conditions, and representation cars and trucks could In time ity that It has a potential that Hillside, N.J.Mitchell Donna Brown were in charge of tention" focus of most of the at. problem "It is a question of
Even though a national settle easily amount to from 10 mil It be Funeral Home was the hospitality commute andJ. was at the tenant house I war or peace In our time"
eventually place
ment reached in 1961 GM lion to 20 million a year at the may occupied by Charlie Cutler and He defended Coldwater's
was side water skiing Is surfboardIng in charge of local arrange Milton Boring and Mrs Flack his wife, Willie
was effectively closed on the present rate of obsolesence in time ments were on the food committee. statements with retard to the
national level by a aeries of local relation to the production. one DEBRUDJ Alabama Young Republicans senator's views on the use of
were most numerous in Ha offered to flu up the Cutlerplac nuclear He desclrbed
strikes Similar results were These unsightly salvage weapons.
wail and the California Child Evangelism Fellowship with a roof
feared in the 19C4 round of yards dp H billion a year on BENJAMIN LEE ASHLEY new but the Goldwater as a man well" aware
.a .
coast, but the craze has extended ConstitutionWeek of Polk County will be having Cutlers told out for repairs that the peace can be kept
talks, of
business In providing scrap Benjamin Lee Ashley, 86,
to ocean beaches all their first toll "Get Acquainted from the ground up. T h "only through strength and
metal used in the making of Route 2. Winter Haven died
around the country and has banquet" Thursday, Sept. 24at Republicans went home." firmness foreign policy"
Frank Dobie new steel Every ton of ferrous even Invaded fresh water Friday after a long illness 7:30 p.m.at the Park Restaurant The recent Improvements on
used In a charge native of Green County,
scrap A MarkedMayor in Winter Haven. ovs
to the six
lakes where the light, easy farm houses Included l\EJT : ,
Famed Texas saves up to two tons of Iron with. Georgia, he came to Winter Jacob DeBruln Jr. Interna- tin
handle boards are used new roofs new foundationsor
ore a ton of coke and a half Haven from Ocllla Ga, 39 tional Director of Child Evangelism reinforcement NEW YORK (UPI> Good
out to ride the wake Richard Dantzler has and general for
room areas where a table
ton of limestone It would Fellowship, will be the
Writer Dies years ago.Ashley .
of a motor boat. Issued a proclamation calling repatrsOversPl'rWallac.Can.Il'rbury takes up too much space: the
guest speaker
their retired
therefore that carpenter
seem Winter Haven has the was Winter Havenltes to observe said "we did all tray
possibility upon lamp This lamp, surgingto
began by assisting wife
AUSTIN, Tex, (UPI J. l Utenoe" Is Justified of becoming one of and brick mason and Constitution Week, whichis we could without actually new popularity In recent
In Good News Club 28
also however, that deacon of the Sharon Prim I years
It seems a tearing them down and buildingnew
Frank Doble, the cantankerous the country's principal surf now being through. ago They both served on the months, combines features of
chronicler of the West who much of the unslghtliness, the live Baptist Church In Haines out the United Stalls ones." the
preferred board centers Not only are CEF commute of Kalamazoo, floor table and pole lamp.
a tall tale to a treatise lack of sanitation (mosquito they King manufactured here City. The mayor's proclamation is Michigan Cutler received a letter from The typical tray stands about
with died In breeding" grounds and odor) lie la survived by four as follows the First Lady saylnc! that their t to
footnotes Friday by Mains Industries, In a plant In recent years DeBruln has 4tt, feet high, has a compact
his sleep lie was 75 could be alleviated by zoning established with the help of daughters Mrs Mary Lou Whereas, September 17-23 also served on the Michigan $5 per month rent would not be floor base and a tray

Dobie was born on a ranchin so that the storage spots the Chamber of Commerce at Peters Mrs, Faye Brown has been officially designated State Committee and the ICEF raised to cover the cost of the, mounted at chalrslde height on

Oak County, Texas, and he would have to be located In Lake Blue Industrial Park. Mrs Elizabeth Johnson all of by Act ofCongressandby Proc- Institute. The Polk County committee renovation. the upright shaft

wore the mark of the land remote arras on little used but Dirk Tope with his g'n.IUI Winter Haven, and Carolyn lamation of the President of members each have

that he wrote and talked about roads, and by requiring that a for publicity and his keen Sweezey" of Chipley; one lon, the United States as Constitution tickets for the Banquet and YOU WANTED IT NOW

He was bow legged, white. high fence be placed around interest In the sport plans to Robert Lee Ashley of Arcadia Week throughout the United reservations must be In by

maned and wind beaten, and them to screen them from turn loose his talents In call- ; one sister, Mrs. Lillian States, andWhereas Tuesday. WE HAVE IT
our form of Gov- THE
his face was creased Into a public view, attention of Amerl Ashley of Ocilla, two brothers Committee members are: .
to the ernment
permanent sun squint e e Ing Gene Ashley of Temple originated with this Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson,
the promise in this great document of
ca great history and
"There nothing duller than KNOVmDGE LS I POWER:: Texas" and Sam Ashley of Whereas Mr and Mrs Charles Dlttmar I
It Is
new, euy.to.masler source Incumbent
praise, There's nothing more Now that school Is open, the fun Ocllla.: five grandchildren, all Americans to study and William JencowskI, and Mrs

stupid than eulogy," Dobie once viewpoint of the small fry as Because of Dick Pope and and eight great grandchll to know our Constitution, Daurlec Miley.Veteran.

said Ills death came three they encounter anew the wonders Cypress Gardens. water ski dren Now therefore, I, Richard ---
days after he received the In advanced Funeral services will be
presidentiil of life sn Into of Dantzler by virtue of the authority -
has developed one
Medal of Freedom" It grade makes Interesting readIng the Ing nation's greatest outdoor held at 230; p.m., today at the vested In m* as Mayorof Affairs1I0wird / I I 1 /

ended a writing life of more What goes Into small Laughlin Funeral Home the City of Winter Haven,
than 30 books about the cow minds sometimes comes out pastimes Keep your eye on Chapel with Elder Johnny do hereby proclaim September II Enlow County

country in examination papers In a surf boarding Bowen of the Sharon Prlma 17 23d 1964 as ConstitutionWeek Service Officer for Polk County sfa

live Baptist Church of lIaines in Winter Haven, and announced today that a

"NEW INTERNS" starts THURSDAY City officiating Burial will be call upon all our citizens to renew representative from the Polk

Rev. King in Glen Abbey Memorial Gardens their dedication to the great County Veterans Service Office r1u

I rote end gave ken my Kit. I could not M hit lUnd In Winter Haven principle of freedom and will be in Winter Haven
She made m. think ol my iti.th.i Jack democracy of our beloved Coun-
Pallbearers will be Thursday at the old City Hall
With th.t ,!.., h.ld 'In h.r hand try.
Hill. Barry Johnson Earl Building (Courtroom' corner

TONITE IS THE NITE TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! Sees PopeMADRID Williams, I, E. Buck Willie Prevent bathing suits caps of 6th and Central Ave. from u

Dees and Fallman Mann and tcwels from developing a 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, to assist veterans .

OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M. Friends may call at the Otto sour odor by rinsing them aft,. and their dependents or

SUNDAY and SATURDAY (UPI) The Rev Laughlm Chapel from 7 to 9p.m. e: use in a baking soda solu survivors with any matters

OPIN 1i4I f,M. CMtiiivoM Shies tnm I P.M, MON. Him Pm.rQ Msrtln Luther King Jr fresh Saturday lion. pertaining to veterans affairs
from a private audience with

Pope Paul VI at the Vatican, i
Showing went sightseeing In Spain Sat ,n i ;
1LIk1TOFZNow thru
ins! Only Wittlnrhoou Das h'!
The Baptist minister and 5R ?t ta tk tl1 tt Engineered to wash. any size load
American Negro civil rights
tr Mn i ur smallest up to big 15
FEATURE STARTS AT: leader arrived In Madrid late P' tind;:! family.iu |load year.

SUNDAY hl II MS lilt, Till fill Friday night. after.troubi-free.year Tested for

MOM trim WED. 2:00 J:50: 1:41. rill: f:10 "My meeting with the Pope M/er,5000 n the wash horn cycles (110 years
*) and stIIIO'1, "
fruitful and he
was very was trng ,

THE SCREEN COMMITS THE PERFECT COMEDYI! extremely friendly" King said 1

He said the pontiff will make .file...ww $.a'"1 Duty. I IS' UtI...
'II\to ._ .
a public declaration about the -".... 'ete/t4/. t/lte.
A BLAKE EDWARDS civil rights Issue soon but specified .tkeua" eN "" ..., Ie e.mse tee
e/ eMIl .
PMOuLlKJKPETER no date tee .._" .... ,file e_II& w5, tNnr a,5
ELKE wee 4"t) III" N"A II .....
'w, have a strong endorsement I,.... 1"n5 ts NM. wte.e"ta N
SELLERS SOMMER from certainly the fore

e most leader In the world of \

Christendom" King had told reporters t O"l'WIlT..O"

In Rome. Then he mad ..
russstw a remark In a lighter vein

_.mviuitinu* UNITED ARTISTSIf 'I can assure you thisthere mlnen aaeM'n.haef tee M ......,_ win sett "t
are new days ahead when the 4: M.een1 1M II ,..eelN II l/11'1 II

Pope meets with a fellow with. t =:r:.= :

the name of Martin Luther 15'ONLY
V** Tkw.kf rt r S.lln W. SWMV |I. 1HI $1
PINK fANTHU".. At. s..* Nilkl' Yeti! II1-- WIlT'.O".. *[It WEEK

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DUNCANV1LLE Tex I UPI Ts .. Dese4 argon ModeIlA'200
HAVEN DALE Drive-In THEATRE Th owner of a garage that ::Mlwil teckMfd A ,Utaroit 5 wain Program-,2 Deep Deep

recently moved to a new ioca> ,In.< "....1 RmtNtlsatmmeht Bisects
OPEN AT i 00 P.M. FIRST SHOW AT DUSK lion complained to police about 5'..v l lo 'mtrt ,1 and Fabric Softener Oit-
i, e cr tetane /) P "*... &-r>o.ton watts
Tonlt thru Tuesday Nltt Elvis Entertainment pranksters who pulled a twitch .,, y ec.on, Sever, eke LM Filter and
and turned a car right-aid up. N t Rtcrcutat: i Sytttm
Jim Thornton Mid he put the !!

7.00 i I 11:20-Elvis PreiUyfn ear on its top at his former

"G.I. BLUES" in Color place of business and painted LE ROY'S APPLIANCESALES

.!.. a sign on the aide telling customers -
Ma new addrcia The

9::5-"KING CREOLE" in Color next m"minx 11 f i).,i ,t u! .' I arpt orr TO REGISTER The Las Region Bank of (*oranirc*> gars Urn off and provided and SERVICE

D."t Miss Thaw. 2 6rMt llvl' Hlf l n.t, .. ,'I, ., '\' tit i transportation U Barlow for Its mp-** who had :cs rrttrd ;i* a.s: wk, Fran US! ,

,1' iJ '.r IU i I t Harvey Chrlstr-is iTsaileLs.s, Pat KaaDec .1* It .lu3ir:< '.: **F bas n. 3rd ST, S.W. 2U34S2Sunday


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Arts Academy |[The Weaf/ier/ --Local/, State And National/| 75-80 Million

RegistrationsStill H Box Orange

AcceptedRegistration f t r 1 t .. 7Jti Crop Predicted

for '. ....... t1Alg
classes and .. ._
private instruction at the Ac ad. The total orange crop for
emy of Arts 1. stilt being re. [... ? ; Florida will fall within the t
celved this first week of the fall range of 75 to 80 million boxes
semester. A few openings are t and the grapefruit pick.out
available in several divisions, will be between 28 to 30 mil-
according to the president,Rob. : lien boxM, according to Robert -
ert Branson. W. Rutledge, executive
Instruction In music, art,
rice president of Florida Citrus
charm and language Is offered 15 MutuaL
afternoons and evenings for % :
school age children and to adults Rutledge told the grower or-
by special appointment.Featuring ganisation's Board of Direc-
a hlghly-quallfled tort this afternoon that "the
faculty, the academy offers Its L orange crop compares with
students cultural art,training 4TATION 58.3 million boxes for the 1963-
In a friendly,school atmosphere. 9D
Wggiy 64 season and the grapefruit
Faculty members and their D crop with 26.2 million boxei."
respective areas of instructionin 1fI RItIN O
the Music Division Include: Indications are that the Cali
Branson band Instruments and ,sHOl4JltrtJMOSTLY 9 .t w fornia-Arizona crop of Navel
voice Mrs. Lib Carpenter, pl. oranges will be oft from last
ano; Mrs. LaVonne Stockman, season by about two million
piano; Mrs. Nadine Hoffman FAIR -- Most of the nation will enjoy clear skies today. It will be cooler In the boxes, while the California-
voice and piano; Miss Elaine Pacific Northwest, the Southern Plateau the Great Lakes and the Ohio Valley Rain is forecast Arizona Valencia crop will be .
Cemmell, piano; and Miss Ruth for the New England States and the Great Lakes region. about the same at in 196364.
Smith piano and
organ. Orange production In Texas
Mrs. Christel Plowden of the Florida Zones to northeast winds 15 to 20 LOCAL OUTLOOKFair
will be higher than last tea-
Art Division
is new to Winter miles hour.
per with high of 85. Low son, but will still be under one
Haven but not to the field of Panhandle Keys tonight 67 to 72. East to northeast : million boxes The Texas HEART ATTACK; CLASSES: Miss Frances Itanselman poses as a heart attack victim
art education, as she taught Mostly cloudy today, tonight Fair through Sunday. High winds eight to 15 miles while Miss Patricia McMullen: right teaches Mrs Barbara Overholt the proper methodof
grapefruit will be substantially -
seven years in her native Ger. and Sunday with widely scattered today In the upper 80s with a hour. crop treatment. The occasion Is a special class tor nurses at the Polk County Health Department I
many before moving to this coun. mostly daytime thunderS low tonight of 75 to 79. per higher than last dealing with heart attacks,
ahowers. No tem season, picking out at some
try. She offers class instructionfor important --- ---- --- -- -
all from grade school perature changes. Highest today two and one-quarter million
through high school. in the SOl, lowest tonight Czechs Throng U.S. Exhibit boxes. Viet CongoleseTOKYO Accuses U.S. Of Incident I
Mrs. Jennlne Sutton, charm 68 to 74. Rutledge told the Board
and modeling instructor will North that the organisation's staff
begin classes for young ladles Fair through Sunday. High analysts expect the reflected (upn!) North VietName iratlon after the Sept! 13 coup unidentified targets located by
in all age groups after Oct. 1. today near 85 with a low tonight BRNO, Czechoslovakia (UP!) The Brno exhibition Is designed average delivered price per official radio charged today d'etat. radar In fog and darkness.
Those Interested should registeras in the middle 60s. Easterly -Crowds of Czechs thronged to to provide a show win. pound of solids for oranges to that the United State concocted They said the targets, which
the American stand at the Brno dow for the Council of Mutual -"To secure more political
soon as possible. be a new Incident In the had been approaching the U S.
winds eight to 15 miles 67.4 cents if the
orange .
Instruction in Spanish and International Trade Fair yesterday Economic Assistance the Communist assets to cope with the Republican
hour. Is 75 million boxes and Gulf of Tonkin to assist President ships, disappeared when the
French is also available. The per to pick up information bloc's counterpart of the crop Lyndon B. Johnson In his party In the present presidential hooting started.
Northeast 62.6 cents If It Is M million
booklets before the fair closes "
teachers are Mrs. H. Cranda European Common Market. presidential race and to bolster campaign.
natives of Fair through Sunday. High Sunday boxes. Earlier the Communists had
and Mrs. G. Layton .
Spain and France respectively. today about 85 with a low to. Officials estimated that by It also Is serving as a display As for grapefruit values, he South Viet Nam's moraleA said two U.S. destroyers approached }M. {Jf k.( .tA
For tuition and schedule de. night of 67 to 72. East to the time the two-week exposition l. for Western products West said that last season the on- Hanoi broadcast described North Viet Nam's
tails students may call or visit northeast winds 15 to 20 miles ends, more than one million Germany which does not have tree 'value for Florida grape. reports of a new Incident In the coast Friday amid "heavy ex. Chiropractor
the 210 E. Central hour. diplomatic relations i with fruit from all areas, fresh and olOIlona"
academy, per visitors will have viewed Tonkin Gulf were ss "a very They accused the ..
Ave., afternoons between 2 and 6 Central displays by 629 firms or Institutions Czechoslovakia, has the largest processed, white, pink and dangerous provocative scheme United States of "dangerous ac limevn i
o'clock. The telephone Is CY. Fair through Sunday. High from a total of '5 coun number of exhibitors 137 red seeded and seedless, Is against Communist Viet Nam." dons" deep .! tiintt u4
38403. today 85 to 89 with a low tonight tries. Great Britain has 136, Switzerland estimated at $2.34 per box. lie Statements broadcast by Radio Mnlnt of( kU **w .m... .t
FOR BETTER BREAKFAST of 70 to 74. East to Both Communist and Western has 68 and Austria has expects the average on-tree The North Vietnamese commentary Peking did! not disclose no I SI.th Street, S.E.
To vary the morning oatmeal, northeast winds eight to 15 nations are represented. One 62. There are only a handful values for all uses will be gave two reasons for whether the United States I teals, N.rtd
add H cup of raisins to the wa miles per hour. of the most popular exhibits Is from the United States. slightly less than last season. Washington's action: bombed the Red coast or whether CyprtM Ctr,,... M.H .
ter just before stirring In 2 South said to be the American stand, Rutledge also noted "total -"To bolder up the morale any retaliatory action was e .yr. by Appelstmest C
cups of oats. Top each serving Fair through Sunday. High where Czechs have been lining national supply of grapefruitwill of their henchmen South VietNam taken.
with clnnamon-sugar, Makes 6 today In the upper 80s. Low up daily to get inyormation SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN be far below the averageof who are In t state of utter Informed sources In Washing- Phone CY ).Ill6
servings. tonight in the middle 70s. East booklets. the past 15 years" bewilderment and disinter Ion raid the destroyers fired on


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Sunday September 20 1964

-Winter.- Haven Daily News-Chief The Lighter AN EDITOR'SNOTEBOOK Letters To

W. E. HYNMJON, Edi PublUKer
JOHN W. RYNfMON. Ainilen to the Publhherubllih a

**' doily (e. e;tSowtl.yl> by tho Wlnt.r, Hoven SideBy 1 The Editor

Pvbll.hlne Ce., III'.. Ire Jrd Street, N.W., Winter I _Hoven, Fiona; vo 'Ir
-- -
CHARLES GOSHORN General Monger 01
-_ DICK WEST -y Dear Editor;

JACK IEAHAN .. Aiiocitte Editor United Press International When Senator Humphrey re-
-" -- the -
PETER J.. SULLIVAN : _.:_Advortitiito; Menfr generally WASHINGTON agreed (that UPI It is JOHN D. LOP? slfWMi last committee week from oftheAmerinane executive -
telling a
-NATiO AL"AIWUTISlNi m"ttNTAT$V child the facts of life for Democratic Action he
Is the The annual day, October 28 at the Lake
Shannon A Ins, Chieagg, Ml emphatically reatflrmedhlsbe- HAINES CITY -
Auociotet .:__ _-__. ': most difficult part of parenthood and objectives fund drive Wales Golf and Country Club
lief In the principles Girls
Entered ot Second Class Moil l Metier Stpt 4, W4 ot the Post Office Press Freedom And Campus PapersThe of the ADA. been reacheduled for Oct.
in Wmt.r H*.*n, Florido und.r.st of 1.40tch 2, I 117' For this reason I keep on the has Sargent BARTOW The Polk Count
-"- .--- lookout for material that may Issue of "Freedom of the Press" is being raised In the Two of the stated objectivesof 99 with Mrs. Ralph ty Democrat began moving to
MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU be useful to parents In answering departure of the president of Florida State University to what 1. Admission ADA are; of Red China serving as has drive been chairman.The let at Its newly remodeled buildingat
these delicate may be greener and less controversial pastures quota
questions If South Florida Ave
190 over
: OF CIRCULATIONS Liberal do-gooders are quoting the First Amendment In defense Into the United Nations $1100 and a house-to house
o I run across something truly 2. Transfer of all our national the weekend The move climaxes
of the editors of The Flambeau the will be made.
... worthwhile I it campus newspaper canvas
-.------- -. In that psss along published at FSU, with Emmett Peter Jr., editor of the Lakeland armament to a UN peace- The Red Cross First Aid two years of planning
MEMBER 'i connection I call your Ledger, among other things suggesting that basically "the college keeping force Class being taught at Central by the newspaper
Act;.. Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL attention to a document that Many people do not seem tounderstand The Democrat had been in
editor ought to have the right to pursue whatever dragons he Elementary School U being
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United Prt.i It onMlod to the vie has just been published by a chooses" that "all our national attended. This course is Its old quarters since Nov. I,

ASSOCIATION for republieetion ell local news printed committee of Congress It can armament" means just that! well 1948. This will be the second
Mr. Peter also Involved this writer In the controversy by erroneously the Firemen'sAuxiliary
In tint ".w.o,,, 01 well 01 ell Url. be of great benefit In helpingyou ALL our natlonalarmment sponsored by Democrat
It44 Implying recent column on academic freedom proposed of Haines City andIs move for the since
Nwt Dsp.Ichs.ADVERTISING ; prepare for that Inevitableday that "during the present crisis of Communist pressures, U. S. Army, the U. S. Navy adult. it was founded by the late S

DEADLINE when your child climbs college press freedom be suspended and restored after the and the U. S. Air Force would open to any School PTA Lloyd Frisbie on Aug 28, 1931
CLASSIFIED DPARTMiNTt upon your knee and says: become part of the U. N, Army, The Junior High
duration. at 550 North Broadway
By $he Word: i '.1.4, Previoul Day ly the Inch! 1 P.M, PrcvEoul Do*. "Daddy, where does money This column now knows how Barry Goldwater must feel when the U. N. Air Force. Our en- Turkey Supper has been rescheduled A parade will be held In
Lto.il Notc., I '.1.4. Provioul Dy. Sunday Edition Di.dlinti. Friday. come from?" tire arsenal of atomic weapons for next Friday
his statements distorted quoted out of context
are or compl.telyml.quoled kick
school Bartow on Oct. 31 to off
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: The document In which I allude would be handed over to the from 4:30: to T:3O: at the
Sunday Edition-J P.M. Thursday; Monday Edition-] PM. Friday; by an unfriendly news media United Nations cafetorium. the annual Halloween carnival
Is titled "A Primer onMoney" The statement by Mr. Peter has been, or will be corrected,
Tvotdey Edition-Noon Saturday; Wodnotdoy, Thursday and Friday The "U. N. peace keeplnlforce" Courtland Witcher has been sponsored by the Crlckette
Editioit-1 f'.I.4. Two Days in Adv.net.M and Is the handiworkof probably before this appears, but since we've been pushed Into
Club The parade begins at
Is controlled by the decisions elected president. of the Junior
-- a House banking and of the Is time
currency this phase controversy, now probably as good a as
o ."nbor Southern Newtpepor Publithori Allocution subcommittee any to discuss Freedom of the Press and what the First Amend of a U. N. committee, Chamber of Commerce. He replaces 3:30: pro.Classes.

Member Florid Prou Allocution With this document at handthere ment really means in which each of several countries Jim Me Ad a mi who has are scheduled to be.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES will be no need for you To begin with, this column has on frequent occasion gone far has one vote and, In the been transferred to Braden- gin tomorrow at the BartowAir
true democratic the majority In electronics
Base drafting
spirit ,
By Corner or Mil to stammer around and try to out of Its way to defend the freedom of a newspaper to say what

Y..r, III.20; e monthi, $/.10.: 1 months $4.SS; I month, 11.SS; pretend that money grows on It thinks, and to deplore attempts by any group, any faction and rules. Such a committee ton.HAINES CITY Mri. Thad radio and television,

weekly I_ ,_ )S. costs_ Single Copioi i Dolly, B_ cants; Sunday, 10 cants, trees or something like that. any Individual to muzzle any publication In the free expressionof handpicked might consist by of Khrushchev a Russian-, a Drake of Willlamston, N.C.. providing alterations and
Its opinions.The hat been named as the new equipment installations are
y'TELEPHONE CYpi.ii 1.21" You can turn to Chapter II
Chinese Mao
and find the whole thing laid Constitution provides that Congress shall make no law handpicked by executive manager of the completed In time.Memories.

out for you In simple, straightforward abridging freedom of speech or of the pr.... by Tze-tung Fidel, a Castro Cubanhandpicked, and maybe Greater flames City Chamber
That means that and the allied communicationsmedia
of Commerce.
terms neutrals from India Mexico -
A Thought For Today"Which "Over the long span of human be they large or small, may not be subjected to governmental some, etc. and possibly, althoughnot Mrs. Drake Is scheduled to

history, has censorship or In any way restricted In what they say, subJect American report for work Oct. 19.
money as- necessarily, an
of course, to the laws of libel and the dictates of good taste than
sutned HAINES CITYMore
forms and Adlai Stevenson.Red
many handpicked by
But that right Is only the right of the publications
ihapes. the subcommittee China Is not a 50 Haines City business people
(Holy Spirit) i, the earnest (down payment says It Is not automatically extended by the Constitution to the men presently
to Mrs Carl Jackson
reservations a new
in a typically! calm and dlspas member of the U. N.? But this have made
guarantee) of our inheritance, until (lookingto donate approach. and women who work In the news media. Is precisely what Humphrey participate In "operations comer to Winter Haven from
Whatever rights and privileges editors, publishers, columnistsand
South al hope to accomplish. A politician and the trip to Jacksonville, was entertainedwith
) the redemption of the purchased possession! unto Sea Islanders used reporters and the rest of the scribbler tribe may enjoy derive mall digger'

the praise of Hit glory." Eph. 1:14 stone wheels for money. Caesar directly from the overall Constitutional right of the newspaperupon always interprets his Winter Park Mall Tuesdaymorning a bridge luncheon given
paid his legionnaires In cakes which serve campaign victory as an endorsement by Mrs M P. Liddon.
This speaks of the forward look and implies past' of salt and thereby coined the This Is especially true on the editorial pages of any publication. from the voters of The scheduled tour of the 10 YEARS AGO

experience, present condition and future state whenwe cliche "worth his'salt" That page Is designed to project the political and philosophic his own principles and objectives modern Winter Park Mall is Residents in some areas of

came into the full inheritance as Gods childrenDr. Early American settlers used Image of the ownership of the newspaper or magazine, and It la No. one considers admitting the first action taken by the Northwest Winter Haven were

wampum for money. Wampumconsisted that Image that the editorial writer. Is required, or at least ex- Haines City group to spotlightthe given three week to install
Albert L. Carnett Cuba to the U. N.? But all
of clam shells strung pected, to maintain.It city's redeveloped business mailboxes as Post Office officials
arguments that to the admission -
like beads This was the originof Is not censorship when the publisher or owner of a newspaper of Red apply China alsc district. announced the inaugural -
the cliche "shelling out," "kills" an editorial written by some overzealous writer to the admission of Castro' of mounted postal deliveryfor
During the American Revolution that If In conflict with this predetermined image LAKE WALES Douglas those
Cuba. In fact, Castro's hands
News Chief EditorialsAround the Continental Congress It Is, Instead the right and the duty of the publication to maintain are not as bloody as Mao Tn.tunf' Bullard has been. elected president I. 5 YEARS AGO
Issued the editorial Image It has created. of the
paper money. This was of the local chapter
In total number of executions The name of the Eloise
the origin of the cliche "not Which Is as It should be, Florida Aero Club. He succeeds School was scheduled to be
worth Continental. Editorial Writers, columnists and reporters are transient who has
a John W
Mao Tz.-tunland Castroare
The World Also used They come and go, but the newspaper endures It cannot becomethe for the changed to the John A Snive-
as money wt'rewhale' students of the. same school served In that post
ly Sr Elementary School ai a
sounding board for Individual writers to expound their
The members of the hierarchy of the Pemocratic teeth boar's tusks and their beliefs when those they believe In the same doc- past 15 months result of action taken by the
own philosophies own political ,
feathers, bricks, coconuts, club also voted to -
cocoa trines, and they "liberated their The sponsor
party now in power in Washington want to continue beam philosophies and beliefs run cohtrarywlse, to the convictions of Polk County School Board.
rings, beaver countries" with the same caliber the Florida Air Derby,
their policies. They want the electorate to shut their pelts, blankets, bronze ixes, the owners, lest chaos, editorially speaking, develop .of bullets formerly sponsored by the
As an example a'wrlter on "Human Events" should
eyes to the handling of a foreign policy that has seen nails whisky, musket halls, tobacco come up with an, extreme suppose liberal dissertation, or an edltpr) of How long would this country Winter Haven Chamber of WallSfreefChatter
corn, codfish, rice, timber survive if Humphrey et al which has taken
defeat after defeat of the very principles upon whichour "The Worker" expound on the glories of the Free Enterprise
tar and cattle achieve their objecticee? over the US. Air Derby
nation has its foundation and always prided itself Tobacco system BV
U the
money wan used In None save a zealot or an Impractical dreamer would shrill Constable Ed Williams

For instance, the Berlin Wall. Had we made any Virginia Maryland and North charges of "censorship" or abridgment of the right of Freedomof new vice president of the Florida -

move to have that wall torn down, as it should have Carolina. That was back In the the Press when the management denies publication to such deviations Justice of Peace and NEW YORK UPI!) Leslie

days before anyone suspectedthat from the long established Image of those publications. Dear Edltori! Constable. Association an organization M Pollack of Revnolei & Co.
been we wouldn't have the same type of German currency might be a cause And the same theory applies to the college newspaper As a Even though the presidential of which he has feels that caoittl pain catstill

situation' as it now exists. Why didn't we? The answer of cancer, newspaper It enjoys full protection of the concept of press freedom.But campaign Is still in the early been a member since 1960 and be made but the market is becoming

seems to be that we didn't wish to offend the com- The subommlttee doesn't as has been pointed out earlier, that right Is the right of stages, many of us are already has served an the board of 'increasingly selective
link tobacco money with the the publication, not that of the Individual writer or editor. growing weary, I'm sure, ofth. directors for the past two

munists;; they might have gotten nasty. origin of any cliche, but I assume Just as In the outside newspaper world, the college editorial bitter charges, the countercharges years Kenneth Ward of

I Then there were two thing that happened'right It gave lhe' colonists writer It or should be- bound by the same rules as apply toMs the mud slinging, the Tax.paying Lake Wales Stone Inc. says that regardlessof Hayden,

I at our doorstep. The first was the "Bay of Pigs" in "money to burn" provisional) brother. He has no right to violate or destroythe hunts Inuendoes the, the communist of doom witch property owners and city employee day-to-day cautiousness, Investors
If all of this doesn't satisfy Image of.the campus newspaper any more than has the writeron in the lower wage
: Cuba, when we backed away from a firm commitment your child's curiosity about "Human Events"; or "The Worker." and cries of treason and all bracket will benefit under provisions strong and confidence the market remains

given to the Cuban fighters. It is now known money you can read him what And who creates the newspaper image Not Individual writer. the other unpleasant things of the city's 1964-65 soon begin to discount should
! the subcommittee 'has to That right Is the right of the ownership the publication, which Is which seem to make the headlines more
that had the
invading Cubans gotten a foothold Castro. ass estimated expenditures budget thoroughly
today, and which unfortunately some excellent corporate -
shout the gold standard responsible for the continued publication, and the continuity of
I was ready to leave. Then again, every one up and the federal and editorial opinion. are characteristicof due first reading Tuesday, result expected In the
reserve system and a one tenth mill slice In third ousrter and the
down the Florida In the case of most state supported college publications owner- political campaigns likelihoodof
I coast knew that Russia was sending That ought to shut him up ; I should like to suggest that the tax levy as approved by dividend increase and,
of the Is not vested In the the or ex
for awhile ship newspaper college, nor legislature -
missiles into Cuba. But Washington didn't act untilit the City Commission. tras declared
as a pleasant change our com a* the
but In the people of the state which support the institution year
became so open and blatant that they couldn't accommodate The college president may be considered In the role of thepubll.her munity join forces In support ofa Adults over 18 yean of age comes to a close

In that the Immediate decisions should be his program which has universal have a wonderful chance to
the communists then are, or ,
any longer they TelevisionIn He, however, Is answerable to the legislature, which Is cast appeal the cause of good music further their education by taking Wright Investors' Service

acted "boldly" and had them withdraw the missiles. somewhat In the role of the board of director. This Is an effort to which all of advantage of the evening says it does not foresee more

And mind you, THERE WERE LETTERS of assur- The stockholders are the people,and as Is the case with the non- us should be able to give en- classes at the Lake Wales than a moderate slackening of

that campus newspaper, the publisher and the board of directors are thusiastic endorsement regardless High School. Classes for creditor the market's upward climb in
would defend
ance we Cuba against any other ReviewBy eventually answerable to the stockholders of our political or social non.credit will begin the October and expects new highs

aggressors. What has happened to the Monroe Doctrine Therefore It Is not censorship when a college president bars beliefs.It first week In October by the end of the year,

under the present leaden in Washington LBJ the enthusiastic outpourings of a collegiate editor from the pagesof has been said the "music J, C. Hunnicutt has been
bath charms to still the troubled
RICK Dt BROW the of the
publication president LOVELY
orates "Let us continue" and Gus Hall, the head United' Press International spirit." Why not avail ourselves
It Is not censorship when the trustees or regents protest con- Lake Wales Jaycees He succeeds England (UPI)
communist in the United States, writing in The Daily HOLLYWOOD (UPI-Every) tinued violation of the editorial Image of the college publication.And of this universal remedy Pete Schmidt who resigned -An attendant stood ready to

Worker calls for this particular regime to continue, actor worth his salt knows that It Is not abridgement of the concept of Freedom of the Press, by determining the concerts to support offered andattend In after accepting employment cover the cage of Laura the

you don't stand a chance In a when the electorate of the state rises up In wrath at the subversionof in another ctiy parrot at the opening of t h e

too. scene with children, dogs or the publication by writers who defy the established policies our community this season, The Lake Wales Rotary.Kl- botanical gardens here Friday
of the
Sammee Tong The engaging subscribed to by the ownership, which In the case of Association those Community the Orchestra wants golf tournament has -just in case her flowerly language
Oriental who used "The Flambeau" Is the people of Florida. : Pops
the school band and choralpresentations been scheduled for Wednes got off color.
Join Now. to make the "Bachelor Father Of course, the zealous collegiate editor may bring himself under ,

The Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce is comedy series a pleasant pieceof the cloak of press freedom by starting his own newspaper, Independent other and those offered
fluff turned Wednesday of the college administration Or he may become apamphl.teer by groups.

trying for an all-time high in membership. The figure night with, Mickey up Rooney In a distributing his philosophies as handbills if Haven Within Concert a few Association days the Winter will WSIR Programs

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But a* long as he sits at the desk of the college ..pon.oredpubllc.tlon
entitled "Mickey'If
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watch situation
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around Rooney and his family sufficient time and an a IMUeI se. 1 'S
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Those born today art under opening a given a lifetime/ contract by outside of school? The present Study time should be plannedfor here recently while helping to Barest t .. Motw l Nen
the Assembly session attended by Mickey's late uncle when the house Is drag a slain deer from the : : Mda Nen : : sans a Hrewsl
sign of Virgo severtl Communist leaden, Including trend seems to be to ovtrsched- a period 1a Memel, ,,.,
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Sean O'Casey, County School Personnel College Survey s. t +*a

I Konlmued From Page One)

and going over the golf course

Rebel To End Participate In Research Next they went to the Lake

trL 1.' Alfred site and then an hour
and a half after they left the

Administrative staff members operating theee programs and county office 'In Bartow. they
Dies At Age 84 teachers and finished their afternoon our in
other personnel in some of the research pro)- Auburndale

i iC ire MOKrd! in several ecta, Polk County I I. conducting .
V.. Wednesday morning the
educational research projects research atone.
Irish playwright Sean O'Casrv Shelley S Be- Superintend. In educational research Mitchell and) Virgil Ramage,

a rebel to the end died of ant announced recentlyProgress BOOM emphatised that you the other assistant superintcn

heart attack Friday night in at .to education must mutt maintain an open mind dent went to the Raton Park
and what develop Some
English nursing home. He was be preceded!' hjr valid researchin eec site and then the two on the
when completed, bring
project, .
cross county road SR 340 from
ef emphasis
the Boon
IRESTAURANT results that be immediately
84O'Casey't can
Lakeland to Winter Haven
greatest works MM "We are proud that Polk translated into our instructional
were "The Plough and the C County has been >lected to in- while other require After that they came back

Stars" and "Juno and the Pay, ventilate some ol these pro several programs to determine Wednesday morning to the golf

cock," both account of Ire gram In educational research" their validity year in term of what course This time they took golf

land' revolt against British Several counties' In ihe state co- I I. \good! for our students carts and toured the rule. However, he rejected the e layout spending 30 minute
While many project are now checking the terrain and the ef
land of hit birth and went Into
in progrea In the county feels of the rains,
exile in England ir Some Dixie
1926. Boone I holed a few of the major According tq golf pro Bill

one tt this time: Perry the course wee already
There wai' an element of .
dry, even after the heavy rain
Mr. Margaret Flanagan
drama even in his death. Prior
to the heart attack the grea Schools May Supervisor of Elementary Education the night before.
There have been
no majornew
will I It coordinating a projectIn
playwright been ill[
e "Raadinee." for Mat grade development, either good
what was described at a 'slight tudcnts or bad to the three site which

case of pneumonia" ; were In the original survey, >
He had been believed making .. ,,, \ Lose FundsBy Mi** Rebecca Keith Supervisor the air base, Eaton Park, and
and taken of Secondary Education
a strong recovery was the golf course.
to the nursing home Friday \ United Pres Internstkmal is coordinating a project inAmerican The air base was notapproved -
lie died a few hours later, ...... >'''" The Southern School News History; ; also by the original survey prl- ,

"He had not been confined tc ,1 'r reported Friday that federal! officials Kindergarten project J In malrly because of the dtsad- LETtME

bed. .and had been able to anticipate cutoff of aid motor coordination readiness, vantages that would be caused

take short walks almost up to PLANS -- Bob Van Dorpe, right noted Chicago funds to slIme Dixie school districti perceptual training undertaken by existing .tr.ets.nd utilities.
architect, check plans for the new Polynesian Restaurant being These existing factlitlea
the end a family spokesman this year under the civil several year ago are being
said. built for the Kahlkl Corporation on Sixth St. with Philip Malta, rights bill continued and expanded These would force the layout of the

O'Casey was' born In Dublinon mlxaloclst The Department of Health kindergarten project are under college campus along already

March 30. 1880. lie grew up Education and Welfare said the Immediate supervision of prescribed line Indeed of letting

In the slums became a worker Bob Van Citrus Leaders there was widespread unfamili the building principals connected the Ideal layout determine
Dorpe where the roads would be
and later catapulted to fame arity with the new law which with the kindergarten.Boone put.
Seek On Only one of the existing buildings
using the rich earthy languageof Delay forbids racial discrimination In also announced that at the base could be used

the common people. Juice StandardsFlorida any program receiving federal Roe M. Martin, Supervisor of at the permanent campus, and
"There was' nothing" I didn't Named TikiConsultant funds the monthly newspaper| Testing and Research, had been several million dollars In new

know about laboring O'Caseyonce said asked to serve a* a consultant construction would have to conform .
citrus Industry leaders
laid. "I was the laboring. Southern School News said officlals to a new atste-wkie committee to the design of that building
asked the United
est laborer of alt time." have estimate that more than of educators called the "Re rattier than more modern

I' He had very little formal States Food and Drug Administration $305 million In federal aid will search Advancement Committee design, to maintain a baslo appearance
schooling and taught himself to l to extend the time ."
go to 11 Southern state In fiscal for the campus.

read and write mostly out of Bob Van Dorpe has been engaged for filing comments on proposed 1966. There was no indict Then too the college, which
Shakespeare and the Bible. the Kahlkl Corporationto Standards of Identifyfor lion how much of this amount should become the cultural center
In the 1922.23 theatrical sea serve as a special consultant diluted fruit luke beverages might be withheld, Presbyterian of the county would be right

. son the Abbey Theater decidedto for Its swank restaurant soon for 60 days to permit the In Washington Friday acting In the middle of an Industrial

give over three nights to a to open In Winter Haven, Florida citrus Industry to de U.S. Atty Gen. Nicholas Kat (Continued From Page One) complex

play by new writer who Van Dorpe come from Chicago vote further study to the proposed xenbach told the federal bar 21,344 square bet and coal The Eaton Park site consistsof

worked for i living and wore a ni.A standards.The association that recent riots in tentatively estimated at $426- a big hill formed from tailing
and hobnail boot. was con'alned! from an phosphate mining
cap part of the organizational request Northern cities were not racial 880.

It was O'Casey The play was program Van Dorpe said today in a telegram dispatched today disorders Katzenbach said the Dut the building council in operation

"The Shadow of a Gunman," that he will start Immediately by Homer E. Hooks'gen riots were tied to rising crime Its report to the session, says This hill with Its sandy surface -
an immediate smash "Juno" entertainment of the Florida and the I* of little value for the
bringing Polynesian eral manager rates "only Ignorant or that "this I I. only a beginning
followed In 1924 and two years to the Tiki Lounge and that Citrus Commission to George the uninformed regard themas Of what need to be done" The long low building needed or
later "The Plough and will be opened of for a smooth carpet! of grass
came the restaurant P. Larrlck Commissioner racial problems long-distance program running
the Stars." a* soon a* possible. Food and Drugs for the De Elsewhere in the nation: Into the year ahead will beset And there are no tree at all TELL

From obscurity O'Casey Roy Beasley, president of the partment of Health Education Vatican City Negro leader up In the mister plan. For on the site.There .
leaped to world fame Kahlkl Corporation, said that and Welfare. Martin Luther King Jr. met Immediate construction the I I. a low COlt housingproject
and lot for house trailers

lie had little good to say the company la very fortunateIn "The Florida Citrus Commission privately with Pope P.ul1 council tugged possible expenditure Park
to the Eaton
about the land of his birth obtaining the service of Florida Citrus Mutual Friday and said later the pen of 1100,000 to$350 adjacent Park 1I..lIcon.
site and Eaton
however and death came in Van Dorpe, whose affinity for Florida Canners Association tiff wai" "a friend of the Negro 000, and the program call fora slats, of old, low cost houses

bitter and disillusioned exile be the Polynesian way of life plus and Florida Fresh Citrus and of the cause of civil rights corresponding financial campaign and trailer
his final effort at his management skill, make him In the spring of 1908.
cause: reconciliation Association diligently Dunn, N -Civil rights leader
are The Winter lavengolfcouresoverlooks
the man for the Job. Shipper The of the architect .
perfect employment
with Ireland was a total studying proposed definitions Charles Me Lean said Friday Lake Libert In tine
known In trade circles
Widely was preceded by a
failure for his vast know-how, Van and standards of Identity that all white burlesque study of the place which th.Flrat middle of one of Winter Haven't

Dorpe has a complete back for diluted fruit Juice bev chows at the Harriett County Presbyterian church finest neighborhoods.The .

ground In all phases of Polynesian erages a* published In the fair had been desegregated In should nil In Winter Haven, BS-acre site has gently
7 Polk Firms restaurant operations. He Federal Register No. 158 dated "an Important breakthrough/ and what must be done to fit tt rolling Mil and a beautiful
Jackson, MUs.-Aaron Clark, of ..- -an absolute
cover Ir.
served of phyalelally
at Manager August 13 1964/ the telegram -
Don the Beachcomber restaurant stated 'The Florida a leader of the "Mississippi! building council foresee* that necessity for a golf onurie. I
Freedom Democratic Party Winter Haven will double In There are also tcore of tree
In vice population
Chicago, president has deep interest
citrus Industry
Get ChartersSecretary of Mal-Kal Inc. In Fort In the promulgation of MIld Friday the group plannedto In 10 years The challenge on the site YOU !
Lauderdale, and vice president stump the state for the John to the church I I. to keep The Auliurixtole. site offer
for these
adequate standards consists of 40 acres donated by
of Ko ini, Inc. In Honolulu, Humphrey ticket despite a pace.
of State Tom Hawaii. product We Intend to make second refusal by the aecretary The council the city and another 40 acre
Adam today announced the recommendations and comments of slate to register It as a legal suggested which the county would have lo
poMiWlitie (1)I) To stand
: pat,
chartering of the following corpora to you on the proposed party and possibly deteriorate pay for. This altewaaellminai-
tlon* Slates standards after thorough ed In the original survey prl
: FCC New Orleans-A three judge Churches ring the city (I) To
Harmon Grove, Inc., 1,000 study panel of the U S. Mh Circuit undertake Immediate buildIng malrly because If wet tootmatl
n -
Sixth St., SW, Winter Haven, (Continued From Page One) "Became! of the Immensecomptesities Court of Appeals Friday upheld of even though the extra 40 acres
program daggering
with 100 share of common of fruit dealer's agent registration attendant to this a lower court decision ref eeing (3) To add to facllltle was mentioned even then.

no par value, dealing In the for all Individual concernedwith subjec. and In order to attempt a temporary injunction sought) piecemeal. (4)) To Ibllowt matter The Lake AUr.chlle has. been
business Incorporators called the moat beautiful of
citrus any
transactlon.lnvolvlne pro to resolve any difference by Negroes against Mississippi plan Urn will amount to a
are R. K. Harmon W, Clayton site offered, but the. county
cessed Citrus product, and a (if opinion within our officials in connection with a continuous building program,
Harmon, and Cleo Harmon, all would have to buy thlt alte,
recommendation that the Commission industry and submit a unified church Integration In the slate fixing prior It lell nd at riving to- .
Haven. Petition filed high
of Winter probably at a pretty price.The
of "postpone Indefinitely" recommendation to you the ward them over a period of We had wonderful time on
Sept. 10 by Roy Summerlln the requirement that min- other two new silo, the a
Florida citrus Industry at years. The building council I I.
Winter haven.Morrycon one along Sit 540, are considered
imum Brlx for frozen concentrated -
committed to the fourth
represented by the above- Waverly Co-Op procedure
Inc. of Winter officials to be
by county
he Increased
orange juice and to the
Haven, with 100 (hare* of common from 41.8 to 44 degrees effective named organizations, retpec- master plan. okay but both have one big our vacation, and this might
The action of the
that the time Continued From Page One) building
of no par value, dealingIn Dec. 1,1964. Hook said fully requen's ( drawback utilities.Of .
council I* bated upon the -
the citrus business. Incor- that he planned to report on the for submission of comments in the form of a dinner Oct. report of the preliminary preplanning course, th.ylav.theHm. sound but I want to
Eporator* are William F. Mor- current status of Federal Standards he extended to December 13. 1J. committee, which problem any site outside of silly,

[n eon, J, Hal Connor and BettyJ. of Identity for frozen 1964." a municipality: has. police protection
The 50th book made a detailed dudy. This
Morrison all of Winter Hay. concentrated Juice. A Hook said the FDA had re- anniversary and street lights .being
orange committee found that the eon National
Growers the American
let covers Waverly thank
fen. Petition filed Sept. 14 by report will also be made on the quested that all view and itructlon In IMS of additional the main onee, but still the biggest
and the communityfrom .
I Con nor. Co-Op problem with these two tltet
commission's fight against comments regarding the proposed belittle for the church school
Swalnl, Inc., 101 Lakeland "Awake" labelling and advertising standard be submitted itt beginnings. outlines was followed by *ubafaatlalgrowth I* sewerage and water.JanPhyl Bank. Why? Well we had
I Drive, Auburndale, with 9,000 same of the cooperative's ser Village has offered ,
policies by October IS. 1964 / but that In recent years
(shares of common at $10 per The Commission will be host "The .ta'e's citrus Industry vices to itt customers, employs tat growth has lowed down. to provide tewerage service to
share, dealing In real and personal and the community Itt lit. Offer, but they cannotdo
again for the annual Cltru'Breakfa.t date small '
feels that the October The committee suggests two them take out a sum
: property Incorporatora milestones its growth this
lists In
scheduled for Thursday -
win not provide sufficient possible cause for the retarded
Jar. E. E, Glasscock, Nancy morning with Mayor Haydon time to devote a thorough reports on Its modern business frowthj 0) The *.. Burney Cowden sanitary engineer

IT. Glasscock and Lynn O. Burns of Jacksonville a* principal to the proposals" he practices and production Ubllchment and development of for the Polk County each week from our checkIng -
Green all of Auburndale. Petl- fewwords Health said thai thepr..ent
speaker. would method, and devote a Hope church which was ipon- Department
|lion filed Sept. IS by Frank ttid "In addition we to Its future Also listedare cord and helped by First Jan-Phyl system could
C. Stanley Jr. of Auburndale. like opportunity to study a not handle an additional 4,000people and It Into
the members. church. (I) The need for safeand account put
Eastman Corporation, of GOP CandidateContinued survey recently completed by W C. Pedersen who had modern quarter for theyoung.r : ,

I Lake Wale, with 100 ihare of the Commission regarding of thecooperative member of the church Indeed, according Ie l ,Cowden,

[common at $50 per share,deal- ( From Page One) consumer understanding of labels been general for manager 24 years, Will school.According. they would probably have to savings. that made the dif
i log In moving picture, photoplays administration container for fruit
to it by the Eisenhower on 145 when lo the committee' build a complete sewerage aye
I etc Incorporators are juice and the diluted fruit elected president In report, the average attendanceat tem Just for the college, and

[Kenneth A. Curtis, A. A. AlllsIter 'Today w* are at war a* ce Juke beveragei" John D. Clark resigned. He the church school for the p*at here again. the cost is proMMtlve. ference In our vacation. No

Doni R. Thompson, and tainly as the sun sets In the Bated upon the volume of itiU holds the offke. seven year hat been WO, not .

Stanley Kupltzewsik Jr., all of We t" equivalent natural strength Other officers Include. Tom counting officer and leicher The report from lilt survey

[Lake Wale.. Petition filed Sept. Coldwtter said the "peace of orange Juice prevent the FDA Brandon executive vice president TM place the church school team I I. due back sometime money worries, no skimping.

1 by Kuplszewskl. the fifties (has) become the specifies name of the beverage ; James C Morton tint la the medium range (300-489), during the first week In Ocaa-

Hunt Bro Ranch Inc., Lake warfare of the .Id.es..be i* "orange SO per cent vtee president; E B. Howard a* reckoned by Presbyterian ber. It wUl be then that\ the

f Wales, with 800hraofcomJmon cause of a policy of weakness. fruit Jwce dthIk.It "30 percent secretary treasurer; E M. standard. The suggested pas people of Polk will know where. There Is nothing like moneyIn

of no par value, dealing In a polky of Indecision a policy fruit Jake oranges." Turner sale manager E D call for space for about 600 their new college will have It*

Ithe cattle business Incorporajtor of indirection" and "10 per cent fruit juke Kim. it, production maoaget pupils, which would raise the permanent home. today !
are R. T. Nelson Jr., The Republican candidate drink" ; and Maurice White, assistant church school late an early the bank. Start

[Marguerite A. Smith, and also sharply criticized the ad orange IiKrltt.ry.trea.lIlft. liege of the Urge category, *eoordtac I
[Beasle P. Slkes, all of Lake ministration' conduct just pro to the Presbyterian Don't overewrdWfl the paintbmeh

jwale*. Petition filed Sept. 14 or to the October 19& Cub ...., TM target figure of Apply paint from the
(by Nelson missile crim He charged that Chain Of Lakes NEW ATTRACTION 600 due not Include officer end of the .break. not the eMeeLearn .

I Harrison Florida Corp., Inc., she taube,.. hew la uee a smooth
'of Lake Wale with 50 iharea It ignored warnings. that the (Continued From Page One) NEW YORK (UPI\) ViaM to ohureh membership the bark and ferth stroke this i

t; of at $5 per share, Russian were Introducing. ors to the WorkTi fr who to be aakMf the
common verse the procedure ioto Lk preepeel I I. considered weeks the poise late t KW .
dealing motel and restaurant troops and missies lnt. Cuba.. HartrMge. abe briestd. .. take In some. of eae from the present spproMmate face
are "Weakne aBewed the ml* the Bag Town's special. stfMeMic CAN
business. Incorporators In the Bottota4 Mere 1,400 to about I.SOO. sag aVJf: 1it' :: It.
Hugh B. HarrUon, Walter W. de threat" to be implanted In Lake Rochrile aad Lake i toe attraction. park admi The report of the bulltflflccouncil. NA.T.I..NAL IJANKH

Woolfolk and Floy HarrUon, Cub. be said will be connected by caaal to ******* have a brad new kwlwitoc the reeomaMOftoMon -

all of Lake Wale Filed Sept. "By lg.eriM the true mtenUOM '. Conine. TM entail tfredgtafdeeper an gallery to vie*. tMe fall of a neater plat sod pS

Shy Woolfolk. of the CommuoiU, by Ifnortag the caaal betveee Lake* Hi the .heart of the world's the efloymet of Mactwe, 4 Member FDIC

, lAw C.lion World SnagsI repeated evktawe the Heine and RoeheBe wtteh M meet teuton shading artery. hM been approved l by saw board .
Association, Inc., of Bar- aggressive arisen wa Mdr which Alfred
j hum of
of tnaatee.
now t*) BToce**, ad KrtMlag abridge fifth Assess ,
I low tor the purpose of eraace- way to Ck. the prevent ad. betwee Lake RocMU The Hellmerk Gallery on ate. la preeldeat. VJ e yr b

Li Usm. Subscribers are Lewi mteietratiMi awed MM Soviet and Cosine wMc to aw la the tile earner of Mtk. Street adnftax The Mkktac council eonatet :

C. Hon of Bartow, W. D. Ford llama to plant the weapon ef pia.c... fceijuH by the re- a* CarroO Teeter ohalrmaa, .
of Tampa, and Edna Faye Horn death 90 DM!** from Aatericaa Eventual eonoeetion ef the EdwardDsre1 td Floyd R. SmMl, George -
newnexl areMeel
of Bartow Petition filed SpU shores sad to train then onAiMrieaa CUki of. Lake with' Lake card PHI, Mr*. WUUrd Roe, Mrs
bM mat
Stoae a ,
10 by Hon. cities! Bf fslewtagthe Lent MUM sad Malt K.Vefcfie .J I
Hamtttati etcher ttroug* Lake
.....> on Its street fleer and M '
ceurM tt ceoletaiB aaddreaawerU Hery or Lake Paeace to the Intriguing lower.level. art ,1 *. 1111117NGS I [ 9 I
NEW COMBO diftanaer. It altowed goal of the eommieelorwr*- The pre-l* eirt g e.mmitInesuss f
WASHINGTON' (UPI>-CaeVfornia. the treated threat leAmerlesa atBMiefc aa Lake HaeMHon I*ap- hfMtkwi area free 1o the pttk- of Malt K. VeldhU, t

where the weed "meT security of ....,. proalmaMy elevea lest l lower tat atorta* resets? ahoppto; chatraaaa, tad Walter Parker, IIII! :
hears. TV" nicest eiMaW "et* aria Gen Thomp-
was horn, is about to gev* birth time to becowe a wield andfrighteaeag the. the chafea there are many lobby
la the twit of a cMna of "trav rea*y. problem yet lo on,..... bet ms..lM through ...October.to ...
a eaHeetate) of 3M photegrtM The Rev Jams 1. Black .r. 1
el. center motel, restaurant "Never .en ills century has the eomeatacteoer are eonfl-
and tentee-sUtten c. boned. Meeasgteal. batednee a* endeav deed that afl ..... proMee ky the Wed A.efteatt weed .... Mice Helene R. Hakv rvserer n41s ah

the American AaceeMMeAssociation. geed dw a.dsul i.Ineeol." w. be worked oet r she Mar 'yen' pb..esenpdser. Harry .* are et offleto member of 4 ==

says GeWw.w sad. ....... C....... both group %

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I p. SIx Sunday,, September 20 I9b4

I' Stallion/// Acres In Wahneta, Founded By Accident, Seethes With/ Activity.. I

BY JUNE in the rear show by the quiet, smiling j. c,
MA THE that
there and
shelter the pickup and delivery of horses their rodeo arena on land lent Horses must et and there home, children PTA. Welker In addition to his brisk
for young foals, along all over the state. By wordof them by Welker. The arena Is are many horses at Stallion club obligations. in home building.
A few years ago the scenery with the elders of the band. mouth seekers of !horses located house and Acres management of business
Just behind the Every day begins much The complete Stallion
WU one of a small garden patch, This Is Stallion Acres,located have cattle, Altogether Acres
come to "The Acres, the
the Welkers are Acres
very same Stallion horsej
way early.
very Welkers are
MM at 400 ., and the a
many unused tore of pal- 4th East,
Wahneta. seen and purchased or traded afternoonsa The various
1-1 busy three Sunday horses have to be groomed, and other remarkable
met and debris. This wonderful, pleasantly com
peaceful horse. month when the rodeos are My doctoring must be performed carried .
Three years later, the scene Utopia Is not irenare out binUon.r
ages away but The pride and Joy of Stallion hooves and manes trimmed, munity of
of.drastic beautiful change. only tour miles from the business Acre l. the beautiful chestnut held.Mrs.. Joan Welker Is the club stalls cleaned, tack repairedand
Hors s, of all colon, heart
breads of
Haven quarter horse stallion Double treasurer, J. C. the "1nIUI In cleaned, plus many other
and cuss romp in pastures lush Less than two years ago, stallion Cat, bought last winter.J. demand" from the concession regular chores.
with rich green grasses food Acres was merely a few i C. and his wife Joan have stand to the bull pens. Cheryl In addition to the boarding
woven fences surround the pieces ot paper with sketches three lovely daughters, Cheryl, works In the concession stand buying and selling and breeding
grounds with t protective air drawn at random In the hand of Sandra (Sandy) and Ruth Ann. and Sandy and Ruth Ann are programs, Stallion Acres s
The big two-otor' home lilts on J. f Welker
The home grounds and barns the performers of the family. has a complete breaking and
a slight rise from the road ard Welker Is a local building e are protected by the large German It's hard to say If the girls training program. The trainersare
the tops and sides of the Urns contractor who had
purchased shepherds Husky and have more ribbons and trophiesor kept busy turning out finish' ,
Princess, backed up by the black If the stallion Double Cat ed horses and starting new
toy poodle, Tina and the sliver has the most. All ribbons are horses
toy, Peppy. suspended from exposed beamsIn The poodles play a part also
Never Is there a dull moment, the Welker Florida room as they are the foundation of
even In these peaceful surroundings ceiling The trophies enjoy poodles planned by Joan. Tina
People are In and out perch atop the fireplace mantel is expecting her first litter the
all day every day. Folks boardIng alone with a picture of Double latter part of the month and
wBD horses, buying and selling Cat In the winner's circle at a great care and watchfulness Is
YS a horses, folks Just plain lookln' race track In New Mexico. spent on her. Poodles require
} 1 or gathering for one of the regular Tranqulllty and action make a lot of care washing,brushIng -
gabfests, a tradition at strange but wonderful partners. clipping. These are done by LANDMARK This 1* the Welker home, now a focal point
Stallion Acres. However, there is another side Joan In the same cheerful efficient for horse enthusiasts drawn to Stallion Acres which the Weikert I
( The Rifle Range Riders have to Stallion Acres. Work) way that she handles her run.

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..: t \ .' Welker POODLES with family TOO pet.- Cheryl Cheryl
... \t Is breeding poodles as a Stal Our Famous "Pilgrim Room"MUST
r lion Acres sideline.the It

'. ;J : .
,. '. ",,> ,' j land for his own home. (
; .." .. Originally the plan was for ,
> "
.." plenty of spice for his mare,
'1.> '!f '). Stormy and his daughter's I
.- .. ..
....'1. '"" .".... '"...:."i..1I I'!' horse, Thunder a place for TOTOWALL TO MAKE WAY
them to ride away from traffic.He .
WELKER AND FRIEND J. C. Welker, owner of Stallion could raise the family's meat
I Acres In Wahneta proudly exhibits the foundation sire, Double supply by running few head of FOR OUR EXPANSION! ''t
Cat whose acquisition was greatly responsible for the rapidly cows, hogs and chickens too if it
expanding project which Involves the whole Welker family. all went well. This original plan

t t 1j ''t began went astray to ask when to various board people their Beautiful Colonial Sofas, Chairs Tables
I ,. on the Welker land.
Stallion Acres was born!

horses The Is buying an Interesting and selling hobby of Bedroom Furnishings MUST GO NOW! fOur

and It grows and grows with
the demand for more and better

) M horses.Horse trading at Stallion Loss Is Your GainSHOP

Acres friendly Is atmosphere done In a and relaxed thereIs ,

a large turnover of horses.
What started out to be small
rr.eI : local trade has now spread to ELSEWHERE THEN COMPARE AT MATHER! ;

J Students Grade Nationally Advertised PRESTIGE GENUINE FOAM RUBBER ;.
Colonial I Wing Back
I Colonial I J i

te DIEGO Calif (UPISan )- CHAIRREG. High Back I
Diego Slate College student ,
r ef TWELKERS } have turned the tables on Lounge ChairsREG. SOFAS j
o J their grades.professors by giving them $".00 28 $38 136

$119.00 . NOW
i l The grades were published in Only I . NOW PIMM DO Cenpare' IlMwkertl I REG. $279.00 NOW
a book that has become a beat
. b tOOK OF THE FIVE The parents, J. C. and seller among the college's student
Joan, Ruth Ann and Sandy despite the fact It III I
N banned from sale on the cam- Model Home Furniture at Tremendous Savings up to' 60%!

itudcnt.published guide
na to the faculty member was 6-Pc. Grey Mahogany Twin Size Only SERTA t-Pc.: Walnut Triple Dresser Twin Sire SIMMONS
based on questionnaire filled
out by 2,000 student) last "Diplomat" 252 Call "SLUMBERKING"
spring The teachers were graded Twin Bedroom Suite Twin Bedroom Suite
n on interest, relevancy and
Mattress & Mattress &
organization of courses, amountof
h work required grading and REG. ly STTLIMAKtlRe
U. SSAVINGS testing practices and the profei $249.00 $ Box Spring $329.00 Box Spring
d aura Interest In students 118 $38 ? 147 67

n College Dean Dr. Donald Wat NOW "9. $89.00 NOW. arGo $'i oo ... NOW
nun said some faculty members
: "are quite upset" and feel the Nat. Adv. PRESTIGE Foam Rubber Not. Adv. MURPHY-MILLER Walnut Formica Top BRONZTONE
guide Is unfair and biased.

A Modern Sofa Occasional' chairs 7-Pc. Dinette
a Disposable l l polyethyl. 97 $57
BONDStl tote gloves come packaged 48
to i dispenser box presentingone REG. $249.00 . NOW REG. (9.00 NOW REG. $127.00 NOW

d use glove The transparent at I time for glove quick Is A.. A."' .-.. .....

a sure hand (for s wide rangeof
q jobs painting, gardening, Nationally Advertised Heywood-Wakefield 4 SUITES TO CHOOSE FROM
hair coloring and laundry,
tc nursery and lick room chores.

J 4Pc. SOLID CHERRY 4Pc. Danska Walnut


01 It's Heats Water

$ Dud-Pre.t.d c *t.r- uid.d Dr.w.rt,
y Up to 8 Times : Large Dresser B..e, H.rdweed lese ere, sere hire
m F.,,,,i.a T.p..
'Ju U Large Plate Glen Mirror, end VERY FINE CONSTRUCTIONI! 118

: t1\ Faster ThanElectricity. Two Twin Site/ Beds. SHOP AND COMPAtl .

f VALUES TO $269.00

blal Not. Adv for $449.00 (II I only I NOW _Your Choice NOW

rE FLOOR SAMPLEBEDDING Nat. Adv. JAMISON 100 % Nylon e Foam Cushioned
And at Far Less Cost!

iiibl'r 2Pc. Dual Purpose

In fact Oil Powered water heaters heat waters so fast it's

hard to believe. Wih a 30-gallon Oil Powered hot
water heater, the average family could never

run out of hot water. Full Size Only

B You don't need to schedule your work for the convenienceof

2* an old fashioned water heater. $169.00 ,II SUITES ONLY) . NOW

tray lot 1 1 Let slave an .Oil. serving Powered you Water hot water Heater when be your Save S 50 % MATHER m; : FURNITURE j jH

;m you want it. When you choose oil,

1 the choice; of supplier. is yoursl! 01 Winter HITCH, Inc. I II, I''

!lIT ., !t

:aba OIL HEAT COUNCIL ParstwAtwu.aE _
Pas fdwIEnlcaOasl9U STOREWIDE SAVINGS Ave. J ...44d
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5"doy, September 20, 1964 W"TER HAV .! DAILY NEWS' .fuicc" -U/IMTCP, HAVEN F'',, ORIDA' Pogo Sewn

Family Presbyterians NightIs inJJ : thru S :.Jl ltl/B

Wednesday pu eye AMmT %_ : 836 6th St.. N.W. : :'Til OPEN 9 P.M.

The Prlngle Puppets will be _ .. -..-- -_-_
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featured at The First Presby. -
terlan Church Family Might LEAN WESTERN
Covered Dish Supper beginning s GEORGIA SMOKED
at 6:30 p.m.Wednesday evening.
Each femlly is asked to bring
a covered dish of vegetables or
a salad. The main course,baked PORK

ham, togetherwithbeverageand LB.STEAK.
desert will be prepared by 0
James S. Poole, the Chef Ex BACON2SMOKED
traordinary, of the Men's Chap.
ter. The table decorations and
serving arrangements will beheaded
by the wives of the
deacons. Reservations are not
required. I

Preceding the puppet show
there will be an old fashioned "FLAVORAGED"CHUCK
family sing by Waiter -
Parker for the enjoymentof
both young and old.
The Prlngle Puppets will present
other stories,each with musical !!
background. Prlngle, retired i
steel engraver, has developedhis rrc
puppets as a hobby. He will
be assisted by his daughter,
Mrs. Bert Schultz and Miss UNIFORM FUND Winter Haven High School Bank members line up at American National STEAK
Ellen Teeter. Following the Bank teller's window to open a new account and make the first deposit. It'. for the new band I Lb."REFRESHING"
program, everyone will have uniforms, for which money is now being raised. From left, Jim Evans, Gerllyn Campagne, .
opportunity to see how the puppets teller, and Bonnie Spaugh.

work as Prlngle brings .,.... ., .. .
: &t '
: $
"" : >>: : ""
them out through the audience.The

appeared Pringle at the Children's Puppets Hospital have r"For Fitness And Health 1 Small Horses "THRIFTY" REG. SIZEPepsiCola

In Gainesville and on numerous -

County occasions area The In program the Polk has I By VERA UIRIS''ENSENEXERCISING / I Developed By
proved a delight to one and all BLEACHQTJO

NEW YORK (UPI) Portugal You must use a small amount '\' Nag Lover
one of Europe's fastest of equipment when performing
growing tourist attractions, this vital exercise. We will dem

combines broad sandy beaches, onstrate this pullover exercise WELCH, W Va. (Uri!) If
for the who lose
girl wants to
rugged mountain ranges and;
you want a small horse around
rolling plains all in an area, superflous flesh in the upper- the house. Smity McCoy Is the
about the size of the state of) body area as well as for the .
Maine according to the American individual who wants to firm man see.McCoy Carton
Society of Travel Agents.I up the pectoral muscles whichTII4as operates a grocery
Roderfield about
store at seven
of 610.oL
miles west of here, and he
raises small horses for a hobby
lie has about 50 of them.

support the actual bust-line lie says he has the smallest
horses ever raised anywhere
Lay on a hassock or chair
or bench which will enable you and he's put up $1.000 for any (flu Deposit

to let your head hang off the one McCoy's who proves prize Is him Sugsrdump wrong (LIMITONE, PLEASE! (LIMIT. ONI WITH YOUR 11 OR MORI FOOD 0101*. PlIAJI.))
end as shown. Hold a large
lings, a full- horse which
can of tinned (food or a heavy
Iron or book or a 5 pound stands 20 inches tall and weight "CYPRESS GARDENS" FROZEN RAFT "PHILADELPHIA"
dumbell In your hands. Keep 30 pounds A good aired dog
elbows straight and stretch the overshadows Sugardumplmgv
arms way back over the head, McCoy displayed his horse ORANGE CREAM
at the West Virginia State Fair
: then raise them back up to position .
at Lewicburg this summer Almost
: shown. For reducing perform
Ii" 20 to 30 fast repetition 7,000 people paid to see '

dally For just firming and con. them JUICE CHEESE
touring and strengthening do 1% Each year fair officials reserve I
'alon, th. mid
to IS slow repetitions "Mires one .pot
week way for the most unusual andIntrr.stln.
a ,
r Turf to West Virginia. livestock cattlemen.belonging !

Last year, the main attrac
; BuiWet Saturn Must tlon was a six-legged calf The
year before It was a two-head ,
!. ........ t ed calf. 1 ,
....... if
Builder McCoy recently saw an Argentine
.......- p .... Go To WorkCAPE Julio Fatabella of Re 30LPkC.
: creo De Boca, on a national

-- KENNEDY (UPI-The television show where he displayed .
his 24-Inch midget Pim 6.0z. j
have <
practice runs stopped on
.- the magic number "7" lorAmerlea'a pollito ("small handsome one') :
which he said was the world'ssmallest Cans .
Saturn super rock I

et. From now on, it must work But SugardumpFingx is smaller - - - _ _ _ _

Turf Builder for U.S.a living scientists have a large, Another McCoy prize. Travrler .
winged satellite named "Pega named after the horse belonging "GEORGIA RED"
to Gen Robert E Lee
sus" they would like to stationIn
Is only 24 Inches tall.
for small bag meteoroids space to detect whining and measure around Falabell's grandfather started SWEETPOTATOES

95 when bought with near earth breeding midget horses In 116*.
The family sells Its horses for '
large site The only rocket big enoughto ..
prices ranging from $1,000 to JELLY
carry It Is the Saturn, a $5.000. -
190-foot behemoth bitted as the
The breeding starts with a
You save $2 on the combination. It's the world's Pegasus mightiest, tamed space after booster the colt which, due to a lack of 18 Oz. Jar

best deal we've ever had on Turf Builder winged horse cf mythology, will to proper full nutrition size It Is falls mated to grow with
fly into orbit aboard the next
the Trionized grass fertilizer. And we another horse smaller than the
Saturn to reach the launchingpad 5
have it just at the time lawns in this area at Cape Kennedy usually normal size comes and an from even this smaller union LBS49'.

should be fertilized. You'll love the The Saturn-I has more tha' pony.
its muscle going for It. Despite
"Inbreeding Is simply takingthe
results you'll get using Turf Builder its site and almost unbelievable smallest mare and breedingIt

now. AND YOU'LL BE SAVING complexity t h t rocket flawless has with your smallest alre" says
seven nearly McCoy.
MONEY TOO! performances in as many fiery
McCoy a former West Vir
blastoffs during the past three
glnia legislator has traveled
thousands of miles checking out
Scotts The practice sessions came
stories of midget horses smaller
end Friday, and
to sa a spec than his but he's neverfound
tsculsr finale It was The Saturn1 .
as tall as a l>-story any"Mott "IYUFUSH" !
New E-Z SpredThe building, made a mighty leap of them are larger I) 50 EXTRA !

from the pad and within 10 than the newspapers"or maga woe sai..w,... COFFEE ROLLS . 'Sf 29c I
latest wordin minutes sent an la-ton satellite lines have reported he said e.. ew.a... N e
including a dummy model of McCoy rakes the horses as a .:. AFILaICCTIn v'e' II: I "CHIP
lawn spreaders! America's Apollo moonship hobby but once In a while sell FY.RAVIOLI. 'Z l 29c I
into earth orbit. one to people who want them .2. olio e e e ,
Dr. Wernher Brian, the tor their children or to older 5OC
;.. "CHIP -
folks who have been around
German missile wizard who
$1 off horses much of their lives and &f 27c
built the V 2 rocket of World BEEFARONI : II
Cw1Mr WNLN Nr &s .
War II, was elated by the good want a small pony around the e e e e
behavior of his latest brain house -CHIP IOY.AR.DEE" I.sD I.
k child. Tbe satellite's orbit expected "They make good lawnmow
r' when with l& 27c
bought to last at least two or em" h. says with a smite SP'GHETTI/MEAT BALLS !
Scotts productThe three days Is near-perfect ?
any GOLD
ranging from 1U to 142 mile w". u" .we. "YOUR ItAUTY HOfl"PALMOLIVE I,
above earth. G..H4 If O. .1 li 21c
new lightweight, 18 Own Service Dcpt COFFEE BOND I SOAP 1

inch width spreader with Paste silver polish ran be CAME STAMPS "YOUR IIAUTY HOWPALMOLIVE i

sed to clean starch from the US 31c
j automatic shut-off. Treats base of aa electric Iron 9c SOAP .1 :

5000 sq ft without refill \
c.-: ":: :;:= ln'Ot" -Niw wHtrrSUPER
" ing. Now only $5.95 wit SUDS 2 MS? 4fcI

any Scotu product HemorrhoidsFissures e. e e e e

FUtyUt, and EXTRA 'LIqUID "LCwoafamugMr
ether Rectal Diseases NEW or USED wise So rare ..sae. I 1 tCUAMga" Dn......,"

Glv V* .u-.w-- .. iwceeitfully NON-SURGICAL ode treated meth.by' TjrpewriteriAdding Machine .cii : I I AJAX VEL AD

iii SOUTHEAST PLAZA Clinic Dr. Earle Rabb OFFICE Cash STANDARD Register EQUIPMENT FRYERS C- .... .1 ,.,.,Ift_.,,. o'er REG. 2 9 C 12..oL 35 61AN1 700

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Prke 6oJ flee Wei, Sept 23 MAXWELL HOUSE (INSTANT)

Winter Haven Store Only



___ Qttrfty Right* Reserve1

SPACIOUS TAG OFFICE The American Legion Tag Office has moved Into the new
Legion Home on Ave M,NW, from the old location on Fifth St Mrs. Wesley Ward, secretary,
and Frank Tlllls, manager, have the office In shape and are ready for business. Below, map THIS
hows location of new tag headquarter FREE 6 JAR
With 79cTeaspoon
Mar-Crest Citation
$3 or More Order

300 AVE. "M"N. W.
GATE Redeem the valuable)coupons from OFEjr
SHOPPING D the booklet you received In the mail for pe1t.g01M FLAVOR THRIFTY MAID R.S.P.>
CENTER LIGHT tablewar Special Bargains and Bonus
AYE. L TOP VALUE STAMPS! Cherries 5 303 < $1

LAKE SILVER l Dinner Rolls WK"2l5' ( $00
C. .

R t Cake **> 35c t TROPICAL

Bread 2 ue.um, 43c Grape Jelly..2u 39'GERBERS

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Tower Says LBJ Margin Dropping

WASHINGTON (UPI) -Sen dent's sincerity In backing the "It's hard to believe that only [
John C Tower, R Tex says re election bid of Sen Ralph I). a year ago poor Ralph couldn
the margin of victory which Yarborough, D Tex He said, turn his back for fear Lyndon
President Johnson 1 is banking on "It's no secret in Texas that would feel around for a soft
In Texas ''Is getting thinner by Johnson desperately needs the spot between the shoulder Limit FifUM Pltm
the day" senator's support it the Johnson blades" Tower added
Tower made the statement Humphrey ticket Is to carry
Friday In questioning the Presl the state In November


ff /1ee y WPjRANDfresliFrpz.Gov't. .

1r Inspected

4Q1tItS Fryer Parts


MM Your HIRAM Host and Symbol 1' L ILV 1

of Good Eating at the





| Vegetable MENU Soup Fresh Sweet Melon
-- AND- Fantabulous Fried.e Chicken 3 29
DUTOI PANTRY Dutch Pantry Meat Loaf Honeydews
FAMILY STYLE Seafood Combination k Gar
Creamy Whipped Potatoes '
German Potato Salad
Buttered Garden Green Peas 49 '
Dried Com Each
Country Style '
Wedge of Lettuce Heart Salad : .;iip|
Our Famous Dressings
f Home Baked Bread and Butter FANCY MCINTOSH
Family Style Meals Pickled Cabbage
Friday and SaturdayEvenings Coffee Tea MilkShoeFly Apples 4L, ,
' ,; From 6:00 to 10:00 PM Pie ., .
Sunday I Rice Pudding FANCY GREEN
Noon till 8:00 PM Sherbert I

Adults $2.75... Children $1,25 WuIfles2o.49c l lu.V
Luncheon and Fine Dinner Dining Monday thru Friday
with Ala Carte Selections Available YVIAN INSTANT

1e.39 91459 Margarine I. 29c Pies 29'

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Sunday, September 20 1964 Nine

ACROSS 4*.Aside 1..Paddlei

Helicopter{ : Firm May Move Here RIDGE BRIDGEly I.1 Of"e.asMMt > DOWN ..eo- n k

JOHN M. TAYLOR, Director .I KriNMII 1. Pointed ceases ''
I Surf bide ... talk CMy: D.plkete .The Mad weapon a. ett.ru.
Helicopter, Inc., 1* Clubs: "
I planning to move to Central Florida i, Coronet fruit
I and there is a possibility NORTH to the queen The adessedwi II MMriMlofUT j.Goddess ofharvwU M D'7Fran. .
11.Vva +
I that Its southern sales headquarters "I toy club finesse Own gave South It. !
b M
> 4 A aatn -
might be established four club tricks to .e will the IS.The :1 5: HeeiUUonaound Para A
In the Winter Haven area,whichis s D-AK4 "heart ace for the flMl .leg on 14IS. Roman v s ',
being considered along with a WHT C At EAST the grand slam ......... 6 Am 11.Ash ".......,.. AMW.T
Orlando. .''' i 514P410154 s-U Around the Circuit Land presidential wildly 32 Put
Preston R. Duncanson, have .. H-KJ1I Two Winter Have teams measure nOllllnee.. People 01 forth
been named field representative ; D-.W b 102C won the Winners Game in Id Lot T. Full-grown Ohio effort
and lives at 2919 Hickory ; -fit 001074SOUTH Lakeland They wet Mr. and IT Senior: pike ... aort 34. An apple
St. NW, winter Haven. Mrs Prank Stapor Md Robert tfcferIt 8 Verb form .eking for one
S-J"J BngllHh 9 A root MTrMhrecopUcleii 37. Bo1!
The home office '
Is .
presently Thornhlll and Mr Robert -
: H *7 statesman 38 Tea
located at Si. Simons Island, Ii Staufer Second place fin-
D-QJJ It Mother of 10 Plaee for M.OM car of 30 Sleeveleae
Ga., and themanutacturlnf plant ..\10 -KJI3 label were recorded by two Irlah coda keepinggoods a paaaenfer farmentArab.
at Culver City, Calif. \., Lakeland 'teams, Mr MId Mrs, n Anglo. \ train .
Surf Side manufactures the Necessity hat long been William Dine)' and Mr and Saxon." 14 Animal $1. Striped 41 Chinees
Hughes helicopter, which was known I. the mother of inven Mrs. Jim Nichotls Mr. and Mrs 23 HUM of enclosure eat: Asia pagoda
built for the Army In 1955 for tion, it was also the impetus Phil Davies of Bartow were confine.
experimental purposes. The behind the play o( two declarera third, and Paul Tyler and metal: naut. I 1 5 4- y : co r g 1 10
Army ordered 275, sent to who held the South handin Dave llauneman of Lakeland 24 Plays
Camp Watersjex. It has been I the above deal from a recent and Mrs J P T>'ner of Plant boMerously II / ,t
29: Iodine
In commercial production for master-point game In Bar-
City and Mr Philip Trohn orLlkt'l.nd
2T A shout 14
two I
Ii :
years, Duncanson said.
tow.The tied fur third Doug to attract
Helicopters are being widely most common N-S contracts Hall of Lakeland and this columnist attention I i5 1 t> 1 11
used In Industry. It can be were 6S and 6NT All l were fourth naut /
used for citrus spraying and the small slam bidden made The maiiterpolnt game in 28 Spar 1 113 19 lIJ /1
can protect from 85 to 105 their contract losing only a Winter Haven was won by 29:Otrl'a
acres {groves per hour and are U+. $Itll heart finesse. Thornhill nd Mr 11. G Mor nicknameSO I 0 J.l. U
particularly adapted to grove Two NS teams ventured to rls of Winter Haven and, In a Authorltttlve -
work in the citrus Industry, ;. the more ambitious contract: tic Mrs Stapor and Ted Hat 14 1., .Y
for spraying and In the protec- of 7NT, and the Inspired command
preuure land) of Winter Haven and R .hi
S3 Italian river if
tion of trees from freezing the South pkyen to S Addy of KL Lauderdale and 34: A delicate /
weather. ,1 ,
Duncanson said 17 had been rL11; garner 13 tricks. Both Mrs Harry Brackney of Lakeland shade of red N 3J JI 1 u
George Lockwood of Barlow There will he a Charity Mea 35, Roman 9
sold chasers In Florida among the pur- and Doug Hall of Lakeland terpoint game in Lakeland 36 Biblical H / 34. 7. i *
being several citrus
choose to bypass the heart finesse name' ,
--- Tuesday night The second nor post
companies In the Sebrlnr and -C '- and for club 3*. Fashion alb H 0 3d 1
Lake Placid : : play a split Nun of the Individual Club
Growers Cooperative areas.near Waverly Winter ."'..... iiii r.I l- ,. --..; ....... plus a squeeie against East Championship game will be 40. A dwarf 40 41
South ran his five spade and played In Barlow Thursdaynight. 41 River In
Haven has been using helicopters -
in its grove operations a m 4w'1N1 three diamond tricks, requlr' Next Sund,.y night there Italy42Compound 41 / H
; Ing East to bare down to his
for the past several years. will be a nmterpnlnt game in ether
Duncanson claims one of his KJ of hearts and three clubs Lakeland 9-19

helicopters can protect 85 to GARDENS
05 acres an hour during a
freeze. SURF51WKftiCOPTERS 1onecoat
The Hughes 'copter, which -. WELCOMES
sells for $24,875, has a gross -
weight of 910 pounds and carries i INC latex houseBUILDER'S

a payload of 690 pounds ,
t is powered by a 180 horsepower BERRY
Lycomlng engine and r.'ID .
i Cruises at 83 miles: per hour,
I according to Duncanson,and can r
I be operated for 13 cents per SUPPLY paint

Duncanson said that the Hugh-
pel model is a "cameraman's
I dream," as It is completely
mbratlon-free. It has been usled r
guaranteed Gold Bond
in filming the TV show by
.'Route 66," he said

[Three Havenites ..

Attend Oil Meet :

J Three members of the Oil

[Host Council of Winter HaI EXTERIOR IYEJ4
Ten just returned from the
[Florida Marketers Association
convention in Miami.
[ HELICOPTER HOVERS OVER FLORIDA Surf Side Helicopters: Inc.: Is planning to moveto |
Attending the event held at Florida and Preston R, Duncanson, left in lower photo field representative of the firm, i II
[the Diplomat Hotel September says this area is being considered Harvey Snivel)', right, a citrus: man, Is being shown how :'.1IIor oar mm i \
Li. IT and 18 were: Otis Boat. 'copters can be used to spray groves and fight frost. In top photo, Duncanson makes demonstration ......, .....
1 wright Bradford Oil Co.; run. from the grounds at Holiday Inn, Dundee. ..... .. @
George arUn,*Sr., Partlff Oil e 1Me"eel, t
Ce; and Bill Lemon. Lemons 'tIiiI/llll

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"Through last July we eliminated ,
Hedren I'nltrd' Press Internatlon.lFARGO people that the temporary or simplified 536 reports
N.D. Republican spokesman for the Republican This will reduce the annual
Plans To WedLOS presidential candidate Barry party shows little concern for number" of responses by 2,932 Easy To Apply One Coat UItr.-Rat L.ter Paint Flows on Smoothly

ANGELES (UPI) Ac Goldwater contending the Johnson their well being. For 10 years 00 0. Dries Fait and Dirt Won't Stick and Covers Completely,
administration he has been the Bugs
"lost thepeace' voting against
tress Tippl Hedren 34, and Noel
JAZZ TOO 1,0LONDON Holds Hint of Flower Fragrance until
it inherited from farmer in
the Congress
Marshall, 33. her talent agent Eisenhower England (UPI) Surface Breathes to Resist. BlitteringColors
took out a marriage license Friday administration: The Rev Yves le Cruerer complained It Dries About 20 Minute

Sept.!and 21.tfiii'l said they will marry "Today as we the are sun at sets war as in certainly :the- Luther MADRID King-com The mention Rev. Martin on his In court: that the Ad Won't Fade, Surface Stays No Paint Odors No Painting Probltmi.
Lib Club's loud Jail In Soho
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(Birds" "Mamie' vice presidential candidate Hubert runs a record hop three times
an are new days ahead when the BERRY'S. 19
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.t. Page Ten WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF--WINTER I HAVFM FlORIDA Sunday, September 20, 1964 m 1 'l,! lJ'el J.. bSAM.lI8lLt. 1 JJ4 SW 41 1r1 J
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1 Reporter Reveals Ordeal L I MEN'S


, FRYER Of Stay. In Death Row Cell I IEDITOR'S SHIRTSr,1.1.Y.Ia TEE

< NOTE: UPI reporter came a complete medical examination 1 1
Robert M. Gornatl re- and processing T.'''''' _
.,, .,
Gently wit permitted to soend through the Identification bureau SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY ft MONDAY ,nitro rte tOO..eY a
three days and two nlgtito where mug shots finger wMwry
r IM-hlncllhe wall of West Virginia prints rind criminal, personal *aon>.. ..ii tri for TITlV.
Stale Penitentiary, the and social histories were taken. assea eirt-Comoaro 2 IItliM ,
QUARTERS admitted.He PriM.
tint reporter ever
played the rote of a mu One of the busiest prison WIN A 1965 THUNDERBIRD! WHILI THEY urnPILLOWCASES
condemiTNl to die. Here be worker, the social director, instructed

tell bit experience and UsImprerdoni. me about mail and ABSOLUTELY FREEI-NOTHING! TO BUY
visitors and the parole officer

i By ROBERT M. GORNALL explained how to acquire "good I Just clip this coupon, fill out and deposit Nil dos 42-lijrio-lii.' !_.**
Leg or United Press International time" and parole procedures.He In contest box or your nearest Eckerd DrugStore m..11.l! .104 ._1..; piMowtampo
MOUNDSV1LLE, W. Va. tells new arrivals what You need not bt present to win. -$ l I.l Fvrckawl,
their earliest date of
(UPI) I was I "fish" In release possible Enter as many times as you wish. Just ask
West Virginia Penitentiary, anew can be. e visit
for your fret coupon every time you
prisoner or what my 1,118 Two guard led me to No. 2 I Eckerd Drug Store.
fellow Inmates calf "fresh death row. To my right was a
a, meat." condemned man of four years ECKERD DRUG STORES _BHI|
; For three days and two recently saved from the chair 1
Your Choice! LB. nights I endured Imprisonment. by a federal Judge. The other FREE! 1965 Ford Thunderbird FREE!
I had moments of terror and death cell was empty,
I moments of serenity, but chief. NAME . . . . . .
The cubicle was small, only
ly I .felt elf pity and helplessness. five feet by seven feet, with a ADDRESS . . . . . .

"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF The other prisoners resented toilet and sink in opposite corners CITY . . . . : . .
and "rack"-the bed
my being here and I was assigned suspended a from the wall by- STATE PH. . . .
guard for own pro-
CHUCKor rusty chalni. The mattress was WINNse WILL et .L'CTID ecT a6 IIN
tection. But except for that,
thin but adequate, the
Warden Otto C. Boles and Pub pillow 'DELUXECOLACOOLER
BONELESS BEEFSTEW lic Institutions CommissionerChauncey soiled but covered by a clean,
rough cloth bag.

not Interfere.I Bownlng. Jr. did There was no stench. I had ; f.\ ELECTRIC
spent my first night In No. soap, a towel and toilet tissue : Famoua Voeuoal kwM loadaucumkor [}]
''t't' ,. _.. oool and drinka froatyMM
2 death row and the last nightIn I brought an electric razor, but Lie ta < day. faathar.hoht.
the death house 25 yards inmates are not permitted to : PET CLIPPER loak-oroal maitturo .proof, mat woof and
from the electric chair I got I use them. Besides, condemned V
chance to talk to four men who men do not shave themselves ; OUTFIT $5.69
DICED had been condemned to death because they might be tempted ValueAllPosition 399
by society, then saved from ex to take their own lives. Prison '..mwt Cllp-P.t Knoll mimal clipper do.llf .
59 ecutlon. barbers do the shaving. MO! fo loop your pot w.ll-oroom.o<. C.m- 99
-- CHUNKS They filed to my cell one-by- My cell was In South Hall, ,.tot. .Hit (Kind** .lec"l l clipper, .'.....1. 9
one, sat on the cement and one of the three major cellblock .urn ttochmoat. comb, #2 Nyloi Comb,
LI. gazed through the bars. They *, and about 400 of the 1 of oil and Ui r.efloii elder Com- IRONING 1rNY
talked freely. 1,178 cons live there. To my pore .r 817.10.
, (Lean Cround Chuck ......... Lb. 59c) A murderer who was saved left, past the third death cell
\ from hanging 25 years ago was a row of solitary confinement
8c Off Label! OUR OWN LOOSE swore he ate the warden's pet cells known here as "The POLAROID
groundhog for his last meal. He Cage".
is 48, a former miner. I lay there for six hours after '
TEA 1//2 LI. 51 "Slnre everyone was kidding the door was slammed at 6 COLOR PAKCAMERA Saf 56.69
EEG me about going to the gallows, p.m Many of those hours were value

.. .... . .. ... .. I pet told groundhog the warden for I wanted my last his spent some 200 counting rivets and In the recounting rear of .Ibis Yes Lit,,real,YWb

Special! Jane Parker BLUEBERRY PECAN meal," the greying convict my cell and listening to occasional & Sr.rdy, all
or told me with a grin. "I ate It coughs and laughter or a Tile all now Automat m.rele.drootie.
all and It was good." bunt of obscenity from the 101 makat ooateard. *.Moolor .,
YOUR CHOICE! His sentence was commuted three tiers above. -.wcturaa. Black In iutt a.M twhita
PIESBright I 49 30 minutes before he was All was quiet shortly after I owturaa I la ItTranantoriiod a
e.e.n s.
1 LL. 8-OZ. EACH scheduled to die. "I can't say midnight and except for an occasional
. . . .. . .. I'm sorry," he said about the roach or waterburg, .....tt.. makra oarfact outdoor
murder he committed. sleep was undisturbed until ..___ tolor or alack. and white 8' HNryrvbb.r
..... .
Sail .jft.! tile automat ahutw ...
"They Just had to commuteit 9 a.m. tile litht and set .._... durino: "'. 9 9 tips j
I kept telling myself," he On the second day-the day huh of IInhYYIN Load In tutt r pret.ctfloors
said. "I didn't even have a Jury I was transferred to the annex banleeenp.ry 1'h,1 prWl. I
BLEACHLlbby's GLASS trll." And I'm still not sorry.. which houses the electric chair
GAL he was Just a bully." _I could not relieve my mindof
.. .. . .. .. Another man, a balding son that horrible white oak CREAM =;: Cold: Cmt-full Pin_ 2 for 25
of a Baptist minister, told me chair, situated over what was Flown
Halves he slept right through his ex once the gallows pit. West Virginia liCE (limit 21) I
ecution Ume, and upon awakening has executed 94 men85by
"thought I had and banging and nine since 1951in
PEACHES 112.OZ done come back." gone the electric chair. CAPSULES : of 1 ... :

.4 9' He said on the last night he On that second day, Lt. Paul 9limit; 1 79'rn
CANS smoked three cigarettes, wrotea Barlow, one of my bodyguards, f
.. ..
nasty letter to his parents took me to the yard for exercise

Sultana and went to deep I rubbed elbows with murderers ALOPHEN PILLS 100-.... 54c 34'I' I
"My mind came so clear I and rapists and drew ( ).
could hear static," he said. starts from men known as
And my vision was twice as "Country Slim", "Poor John" ,
MAYONNAISE 39C good as normal. When I wokeup "Hose Nose", "Poochie" and : BUG
:. at 9.30: a half hour after "Grapevine." BRIDGEPORT Full
they was towing me, I thought Barlow told me about one of KILLER quart-ReCJ. }8c. 49c
It was already over and I was the cons who had been sentenced
Special! Ann Page PANCAKE & WAFFLE reincarnated." to 125 yearn IOU I
He started to laugh and added hadn't had a good lawyer," he BRYLCREEM Large Size Tub -
"The guard told me I had told a friend "they might have with Free Comb 49t I
SYRUP E39 been lived and I turned over given me life." Reg. 7te (Limit 1)) ;
; ind slept until 10:30: the next Barlow and I stood In the

m UF 4 4> 4> .4> 4> 4. 4>.4> 4> 4> o> 4> e> 4> 4 Mr Ml morning." yard. I was an outsider even
A man here for 10 years told though In prison garb, and the ] PATIO LIGHT He.gieq lomboo drip patio condlouorttd <
me, "I dreamed of dying every resentment showed. 87
Save at A&P! Argo Blue colort' -Comp"ro at $1.27.
WHOLE GREEN night for 15 months. I saw the Despite Barlow's presence, I I-
coffin, heaven and hell. If I was stopped several times by I
: thought I had to stay another other guards called "'yardscrews" 1..0. N,... o.alt, .).,. '
BEANS 3 1 ll, 10 years I'd rather be dead and shaken down PLAYING CARDS asKSrSS, 39t I'
CANS lilly "I worried a long time about for concealed weapons. i
.. .. dying until I had lived death I The morning passed painfully di pw..e.tl
million times. Finally I just resigned and slowly The signal for lunch :: : :=

SOFT PLYToilet myself to the fact it wa* a welcome sound. MINT CANDIES ,' ss Ij
was coming." The meals were wholesome S,.- erode. flow 2ft 9
I can understand how these and there wu plenty to eat
men felt because, is I moved But most of the convicts were
Tissue 79 through the prison route I began discontented bout the food. I
Pill 40-fr. i Vi-l. d |00 ,
Hwrw %
: to feel the emotions of a One told me: "It's not that the 1 GARDEN HOSE 66 I
vliyl with 1If..r4 ..
.. condemned man myself food Is hid, it's Just eating It MIl fiftUftfully J
The first stop after arrival over and over, year after f rarottoo*-ILtI V |M.
WHITE BEAUTY 3 Lb. Can was at Deputy Warden Ira M, year."
Coiner's office known as the The guard took me through DISH PAN Heavy duty vinyl .
control center. My $538 was the corridors and the prison plostic-Iarge 10 gt. 39t
SHORTENING 49 taken and tagged, my watch factories. I found the popular eapceiry-Compar. at 69c (Limit 21.
and typewriter registered and outside Impression of the prison

.. an open package of cigarettes as a dirty, medieval place to
destroyed, presumably as I be a myth. For a six-acre plot FOOD COLANDER All plastic unbreakable full

"** precaution against my smuggling with so many men living In size colander-4e Value. 29t
i WiVi i In narcotics.The close quarters, it was surprisingly
haircut was no "bowl clean and orderly

FRESH RED JONATHANAPPLES job" and the Jovial armed rob Then I packed my belongingsfor PAINT ROLLER AND Fan .
'.1. ,
ber wielding the rumor down the move to the annex palot .lIer wick
39 my neck made pleasant con which, besides the chair houseda n;J TRAY SET :::ai mere paillt trey-11." 66,. I'i'1I

versation. His 88 year sentence chapel,bandroom, classroomsand
had recently been reduced to library. &szssvswy COUI'OHOUSEHOLD \
five-to-U years. There the atmosphere
In the laundry room I was changed. The setting was TACKLE DEPT.
given a grey, baggy set of coverall gloomy, almost frightening.I ENVELOPES __
the prison garb. Next was put In one of four
cells In the large room. Behind SPINNING OUTFIT
three doors facing my cell ..ck.9. tf 100 Hn o. .llty
: KRAFT Dinneris were the execution chamber, I 1 koowboW eI.. .."eI.,.. 22* #104 G.r s I. Mitchell

room another for room execution containing witnesses a, .k...1. t3 vc. wtt,0-:1-: :' : ; :*reel wor. 1

GRApEc229FRESH large generator, transformer LMiht 1 .,t.. oouooii Lire. Mo. t/Jll nMr .ad C.pt.'S Fhbfi.d.rsft.
1 gietq i r.d wltk Mad
and 'those three buttons.1
reel ...,.
My cell contained a bed, a
thrifty table for my typewriter, another COUIaO
small table a jug of coffee : ." 122Q
YELLOW sink and toilet ,
: and There was no noise except for IVORY SOAP
the continuous hum of a trans

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LSHINGTON (UPI) Theft is encouraged and disciplinedto 1 otlmpllelly for
nan college student of to come into its own."
4 on a four-year.long tight They are, he laid, "the best r -
o his future with coaches means we have for producinga 1
nl 3th ends suggesting they community such as education. ; BEG $1,89
belt'' to get across dreams of: an Intellectual community
I1( e hal an idea what he in which good argumentgoes 11.101
to do with his life he on forever, towards the I / or $2.19
choose what some people end either of agreement or disagreement Double Fitted ,
1 Is the smoothest and that in some sense
(direct route: specialization is intelligible to all concerned" "' ,,, I 42x34 Mutlln rillowcoiet
|,l lit Rcarepr\ area. :Van Doren, professor emeritus Py
Ijt lot, he may take the 'lib at Columbia University eSe ,..yJs 49c.,2.f 98c
eral arts' approach to a diplo.lbJ1hll recommended that "all memo I
Is generally assumed ben of this community,, .have .fc't .: a'E X i
lo'man a sampling of courses the same intellectual expertence -
[tajhwny areas Proponents of ."
Ithfa Method maintain that the Dr, Alphui R. Christensen, r r* L.-
[end Jesuit Is a diversified edu president of Rio Grande (Ohio) w y

fcatiott which win aid any ca College, a CASC member told ww'-
'eer.t1 UPI that the small liberal art "
institutions urgently need to .s. rt ti
Arfuments on both sides are } .
toud. But for many years there butress their curricula lie said a's iII :
jhis been a weak beam support this was necessary so they can.
IlOgllhe case for liberal arts. receive educational accreditation
lEduCstori tanixH agree on, (one of the goals -of CASC) r
' what Defi'nitionsi and attract more students Into
the liberal arts are -
differ from school to enrolling. Nearly I all the
,choo ., from teacher to teacher. schools, he said, are 'fman
daily stricken' because they .
+Th; ouncll for the Advance. ;' t,
have no state support
meet of Small Colleges (CASC) i
In the meantime the talk
met recently at Princeton, N J
specialization versus general
[to evaluate the curricula of its
education The latter
71 member colleges each a goes ....
side Is losing a little at presentto
liberal arts" Institution. The
such specialization / .r
talks hit a snag when CASC arguments -
I as automation reducing
k members couldn't decide on a ,
the number of available Jobs !
definition of liberal arts. w
for the less than highly skilled
The result was a decision ta worker.
launch a two.year program Advocates of liberal arts-
[among CASC colleges-first to whatever they are are more
[set down a standard for liberal prone to talk a little slower CANNON MILLS
isrtsland then to bring the about the working world. Thereare
I [schools up to the standard disciplines to be learned, a I
I I Pulitzer Prize winning poet foundation for thinking to be
[Mark Van Doren told the conference laid. They ask, with Rudyard MIX-OR-MATCH
i [ that "the liberal arts Kipling, "how can he knowEngland DRAPERY MATERIALBeautiful EEG 3fe 0010"1
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t f Hungry Blue Devils Ram' Hounds I I II I

t.e 35-0 In Season's Opening Tilt


News-Chief Sports EditorA 4 1

bruiting defensive line charge led by seniors Jim McAshan, Jim Alderman

? and Jerry Hill and awash-buckling aerial attack from the arm of _

quarterback Rick Anderson into the hands of end George Davis, were the

keys to Winter Haven's surprising 35-0 triumph over Auburndales Bloodhounds .

Friday night in the Citrus Bowl before 8,500 fans.

The Blue Devils took up 1P
where they left off last year
} winning and at certain pair during faD practice.In new coach Wayne Chapman. It
Junctions in the game looked the running department, was the first time Auburndale
like a potential Western Conference a sterling show was put on by hat been shut out in the series
7 contender. They were senior fullback Eddie Tuttle which they lead 712. Even 10,

Ir ranked seventh In a preseason lie broke the game wide-open they are expected to bounce
pout on the first play from scrimmage back against the Kathleen Red

It was the second straight in the third quarter by Devils next week. N
year the Winter Haven eleven slicing off tackle and romp- If the game had a sad storyon
60 for Winter Ha the Winter Haven aide It
has dumped the 'Hounds, who Ing yarda
had never lost In this bitter ven's second tally. Openingthe came on the second Devils play fromacrimmagethe Anderson

Central hole were two seniors
Florida rivalry until
passed to Junior Larry
last guard Jerry Hill and Don DIxon -
year in a series dating Peacock, wide open on Auburn-
back to 1955. There has been 255-pound tackle that dominated daie'i 45 yard line. lie droppedthe

one tie offensive line play. ball on what would have
Starter Anderson, and his On the ensuing kickoff, been the Devils' first TO of the

backup Jimmy Hough, both Danny Thomas recovered an year. A transfer student from HALFBACK GARY MCDANIEL was one block shy of a Winter Haven touchdown on this 27
Juniors, gave ample evidence Auburndale fumble on the 17 Lakeland, he promises no repeat yard punt return In the third quarter of the Auburndale-Wlnter Haven game Friday night Jtmbo
that the America shoes of yard line. In two play Tuttle when Winter Haven plays Holloway, No. 86, to the right of McDaniel, Just missed taking out the Bloodhound tackier.
Bobby Downs can be filled moved It to the four yard the Dreadnaughts at Memorial

this year Anderson hit on 7 of stripe, and two playa later Stadium Friday night.

11 panes for 78 yards and two Hough shot around left end Ironically, a third stringer Six NFL Teams Seek Second Win
touchdowns Hough raced for on a keeper play for the posted the best per try average
29 yards and one TD. third marker of the Devil halfback Corp.

Haven AN AUBURNDALE TACKLING TRIO pulls down Winter The win drew praise from The first Winter Haven Little scat back Bill Turner, a Six National Football only two games are scheduled ace, attempt to get the Colts
quarterback Jimmy Hough 04) during fourth quarter action the Winter Haven coaching touchdown came late in the junior, picked up IS yards on League teams after Buffalo at Denver and Boston back onto the trail today after
Friday night! In the Citrus Bowl. pro go
Hough scampered for one TD In carries for 9
yard average
two a
the contest which the Blue Devils won. 350. staff Head coach Calvin Trip- second quarter as they Senior McDaniel and win No. 2 today as the gridiron at San Diego. suffering a 34.24 upset at
lett, the tactician behind the marched against the clock. Gary season picks up speed The regional NFL television the hands of the Minesota Vikings
junior Mike recorded 52
1963 and '64 victories, said he 'Taking over on their own 35 Page and rolls Into the second broadcast for the Southeast Is last Sunday. The Packers
Past Masters Champ was well pleased with the yard line, Anderson connected and 32 yards, respectively Mc. week. the Baltimore Colts Green led by the return of dolt I
Daniel missed school and
showing of both defensive and with Junior Davis on passes Thursday with a temperature practice Bay Packer clash. Johnny .all\ Paul Hornung, won their I
offensive units "We looked of 25. 15, and 25 yards The of 102. lie was a doubtful In the American circuit, Unitas, Baltimore's throwingand first game Against defendingpro f

good both ways. Mistakes that TD came on a stand up pass starter Friday chimps the Chicago
Blasts Pro Golf Loot showed up will be cleared up to the left, Davis taking the In this game, as he did at Bears.
the he ball and cutting down the center and Vikings
as season progresses, every opportunity last year __ The Bears
CLEVELAND (UPI) For who still competes In the Masters said.Harvey behind excellent downfield Triplett emptied the bench. Almost T square off In another game to

.1 mer Masters' champion Henry each year and belts the Seligman, In his blocking every player played at : % day.Other
Plcard deplored the lack of ball with the best of 'em, at first year as Blue Devils back- Early In the fourth quarter, one position or another. The rt NFL action pits New
hungry golfers Thursday and least during the early rounds field coach, noted the fine performance the Devils marched 46 yardsIn Devils suffered no serious injuries York (0.1)) at Pittsburgh ((0.1)).
blamed the steady increase of of Anderson and eight plays to paydirt. In the game although St. Louis (1-0) at Cleveland
money prizes for killing off "There's no question that the Hough. Seligman has been Hough engineered the drive senior center Chuck Faist was (1-0), San Francisco ((0.1) at
their desire and making them big money" prizes have hurt the working deligently with the with the final yard being covered shaken up. Auburndale's senior wI Philadelphia (1-0)), and Wash

rich "too fast. players, he added. "Nowadaysthey on Anderson's slant pass quarterback Roy Brown, who I ington ((0.1)) at Dallas ((0-1).
Plcard, whu has been associated get rich too fast Then the to tight end Dwayne Dee,. suffered a battering at the handsof One game was played last
with golf for 40 years tax situation hits them and Even a junior lineman got the Devils, was taken out of night Detroit (1-0)) at Los
and has spent the last 18 ahead they get lazy Into the scoring column. Mid. the game in the fourth quarterbut Angeles (1-0).

pro at the famed Canter. "I'd say only about five out way through the final period is expected to be back inaction Today's; Colt.Packer game
cited only a few Jeff McKibben blocked an Aub-- next week. SophomoreEddie
bury course of 500 are super-energetic They will be aired over two stations
and vigorously disagreed urndale punt, alertly picked it Hughes, who relievedhim
exceptions don't play principally for the beginning at 12:45: p.m.
that the modern crop money, they play for the desireof up and covered the remaining did a remarkable job in WDBO-TV, Channel 8, Orlando -
12 the goal line. his first and led the
yards to
hits the ball farther than
any winning and placing their and WTVT-TV. Channel
of his On all five extra points, And- 'Hounds in rushing offense with
the golfing greats gen
names Into the higher echelonfor 13, Tampa.
croon split the crossbar Tuttle 33 yarda.
eration. eternity I go along with a 1A The Boston-San Diego con-
did the holding. If any one player in the game
today look to .
"Most players fellow ,
like MacDonald Smith.
at :3 on
test begins p.m.
Auburndale got one drive goIng deserves a citation for courage
make money the easy way, He's dead now but he used to sal Channel 9 Orlando.
but that fizzled one yard it would have to be Winter
said the 58 yesr-old Plcard, say, 'You keep the money give away from I touchdown when Haven's Joe Sturgesi. lie was + Other sports on the air today

me the medal I want something they fumbled and 187.pound the lightest defensive tackle on feature highlights of the
Sports Photos to remember this by' sophomore end Tommy Hart the field at 146 pounds And he Florida Gator-SMU Mustang

Picard pointed to Arnold Palmer recovered the ball for Winter started on that unit!! collegiate game played at
Brooke Staub, of Superior Jack Nlcklaut, Tony Haven. That happened shortly Punters for both teams turn Gainesville yesterday That
SCATBACK BILLY TURN.:'R turns It on as he rounds left
Block Co., was on Lema and Ken Venturi as a select before the end of the game. ed In noteworthy boots. Robert will be shown starting at noon
end In the fourth quarter of the Winter HavenAuburndale tilt.
sideline duty last night few among the moderns Davis also recovered a fumble Colvin of Auburndale averaged Persulng Turner is Bloodhound Greg! Herndon (22). on Channel 6 and Chanel 13.
at the Auburndale-Winter who still\ seem to prefer the desire in the first quarter. 38 yards on three kicks and The baseball game of the
Haven game And as usual of winning over the desire 11 was a disheartening loss Winter Haven's Dwayne Dees week sees St Louis playing
he had camera In for money. for the Bloodhounds and their had a 42.5 yard average on two Whitey Ford Hurling AgainBy Cincinnati at 1-30: p.m. That
"Palmer 'I he punts. Dees averaged 37.8 due televised by WFLA-
band especially\ ""* .> M ; T ftfrm will be
The football pictures on said "It they didn't pay Pal ing the season last year United Press IntiernaUon l moved to within one game TV Channel 8, Tampa
today's sports page are mer a penny for winning the STATISTICSW. Aura, Winter Iltven's win was a The old New York Yankee of another when he shut out
reproduced through the U.S. Open, I'm sure he'd be Flrnl' Down 10 7Yarda true team effort. Obviously, as pros are rising to the occasionin the Kansas City Athletics 60. It *Oi SEARCY'SAUTO
courtesy of Staub. out there trying as hard as he 343 116Y six players put their names in the white.hot American was Ford's eighth shutout of
.rd. 78 S column. And at
1'.ln the ,
The News-Chief sports knew how to win that title." P... (copt.-att) '-11 J10PMIWI least scoring for the time being, con- League pennant race the season tying him with Russ
department looks forward The slender, still trim Plcard I Inept 0 0 It was Mickey Mantle who Ford for the Yankee club record .
tinued their dominance over
to working with him during said Ben Hogan had more nat. Punta J-44 I 6.30Fumble. SWFC gridiron teams What put the Yankees in first place and he needs one more to > EXCHANGE
the coming season ural desire than any other golfer Yard" Prnalluedy 30 10 Thursday night and it was equal the league mark of nine 1 I
the ,
he has ever 'een.o Winter' Haves S.Mt-14-M they can do In big league. Whitey Ford who kept them shutouts by a lefthander set by We Buy
Aiihunidali M eS- Sftrurlitfi such as the Western Conference .
Davis 35 puu from An- there Friday night which Is Babe Ruth in 1911.
has yet to be shown Sell fit
dfr.cn Andvraon( kick)I. TutU. M just about the worst news the
lun(Andernon AndrrMHi( kick kick). )Dees. Hough 1 1 pew run Baltimore Orioles and Chicago K.'OCIWOJJ'SNEW f r.fa*? Trade

lium And>non (Andnnon kick). White Sox can hear. YORK (UPI> Joe fee SIAKCY .-
dvrion McKlbbrn kick block) punt 12 run (An- DreadnaughtsNext Ford, recovered from a hip Louis was floored 10 times during c. A. SUINI I TOUR CASH CAB FOB

11lW Individual Virdiis*: WH Eddl ailment that curtailed his pitch Ms boxing career Three of rear"Ki.akeraera"'
Tut). 71. n.orr. Davis 74. awry ing during the second half of the knockdowns were scored by II* AVI. K, $..W.2MW7
HEAD COACH CALVIN McDnnH Hough) 6J. Mikr Putt K Jimnit the season, equalled one record Jersey Joe Walcott. lea Pkrat 23.017

ry'y,,x"11 TRIPLETT talks over strategywith Jim Mi. in r'RIIL.Jni.r B1.'i.' For DevilsThe
"- one of Winter Haven's M u u,'II ,; A Eddl Hughes 13.
.cu two BUI Button S3 Danny Wood 38Jlmrm .
Junior quarterbacks,Jimmy .
K. IS, Robert Colvin
Hough, during the third quarter Jl, Ho Brown rwv S, dreg; Herndon Winter Haven Blue Devil Winter Haven Mills
Friday night, 1 gridiron agenda, reading one Planing I
down and nine to go, calls for
a head to head battle with the lUMIU 100'IN* PAINT* JAH W>CW HAtlWAI

a Lakeland Dreadnaughts at Me- $$ i IF m jf, tw. r-gmt;
mortal Stadium Friday night
Lakeland, expected to be
r one of the kingpins in the Western
CONCRETE BLOCKS Conference this held
MORTAR MIX down the fourth position In a

.. SLUMP BLOCK preseason poll Woven Redwood
--j-- PIERS They took a step toward
(; DRY WELL BLOCKS verifying that prediction Friday
f I DVROWALLPRECAST night as they roared past Kath
a leen's Red Devils, 38-0. Kathleen
LINTELSFLUE Is a Class A high school,
BLOCK Lakeland Class AA.
DRAIN TILE The 'Naughts moved the ball Fencing
I at will, picking up 262 yards
: PATIO STONE rushing, 1(7 passing, and 15
i first downs.
i I1gViIGw The Red Devils never solved
I the strong Lakeland defense

FREEMANHandSewn II I .1 I :,,u ANCHOR SUPERIOR BOLTS BRICK total and manage offense only and 100 five yards first Won't Rot a !
downs. They also gave the ball
away four times twice on pass
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In MidwestCHICAGO Named To UPI p pv CLUTCH ? AH ,


(UPI1 The platoon the team moving when he hada Ranking BoardNEW .
[ system return to college chance last year, and sophomore
(football this year Just in timeto Dick Dorr baa pleated 1 want to uw this weeks column to list some of

chance give the rest of the Big Tells Coach Elliott in practice. YORK (UPn-.Four new mechanical changes that will be made to the 1965
although not a verygood coaches will serve the i
Michigan Ohio State and perhaps on 1964
I one ,to challenge defend. Indiana could be the ckM- United Press International F// 5 Ai care, Every year heralds awn improvement in the

I ing champion Illinois for the est contenders to Illinois, but small college football co chr new models and this year will be no exception, for

titleThe Illlni loaded all have problem Michigan rating board which will bein! example : the Corvair Spfcfer engine will have its
are and
and Coach Elliott bat ranking the nation's small .
Bump c :
I even if the club can't return to horsepower rained from 150 to 180. Also MW for thin
yet to lose to brother Pete's Illlni lege teams after games of Sat P
I the Rose Bowl, the rest of the but it could happen this urday. Sept. 26. year will be an intermediate engine for the Corvair
( league i Is going to have to
I mike the most of its manpow. year. Five coaches from each of rated at 140 HP.

I er in platoon switching to make The the Wolverines line, but Bump lost heavilyin baa a the seven geographical sections Big news for the Chevy 11 will be the availabilityof

I a serious title run. good looking backfield with Bob of the country compose the the 327 cubic inch V-8 with up to 300 IIP. As lightas
Illinois lost board
I Mike True TaBaferro and quarterback two crack Timber-lake. Jack Clancy, Mel -dL -f the Chevy II is this optional engine will really
Anthony and one sophomore, The new coaches are Phil t l S
erjack defensive backs in Jim make it and down.
Card Ward, and a standout end Krueger of Fresno State Dewey jump up
Warren and Mike Dundy among in John Henderson A good of Missouri Schoolof rlhA Slight changes for the Corvette except the braking

others Coach Pete who left Elliott the squad and, will but Ohio State will be deep and Mines Sam Bailey of the ___ department. For 1965 the Corvette will have disc!

can strong, particularly on defense,. University of Tampa and Roy
brakes This is excellent
start lettermen at every post- as equipment. an
but Coach Woody Hayes was Kidd of Eastern Kentucky State
I tion on the first two teams. concerned about his offense College. step forward. Also, a new 350 HP engine will be
Some of these look like A
I potential Still he'll have experience with The first of the 1964 ratings ,--4 offered.
AU-Amencans headed
Don Unverferth at quarterbackand will be released for
I Dick Butkus, who got that hon. in the Thursday Oldsmobile will introduce a new 425 cubic inch
Tom Barrington morning newspapers, Oct. 1
I or last year Butkus, a morale backfield too. His defensive The small college ratings will engine. Horsepower available with this engine will

I builder on or off the fiend, can backfield of Arnold Chonko, be released alternately each from 310 to 370. Four-in-the-floor will be offeredin I
| play either defense or offense NON-TITLS REMATCH F imer\ h?vwt-lRht champion Sonny Liaton I left and heavyweight vary
and undoubtedly will during the Doug Drenik and Don Harkinsis have week for Wednesday afternoonand champion (';.lisiui \ i.l nu Muhammed Alt I Clay' r<'ih ,u n,ss Muss-n'hu rltn Boxing most Olds models. The gas tank capacity in the
and he'll
Intact front
I up Thursday morning news Commlsnci: Herm In di; >', ni,"if m Bott"n t" shake hnmli (but >, \I.'mnh after signing
season. such line standouts as Bill full size Olds will be increased to 25 gallons (with
But other mainstays will be papers. for their Nov 16 return nutt" h .it the Boats Garden. Then < 'nme on announcement that
I tackles Archie Sutton and Bill Sparh, Tom Kiehfuss, Doug Van Each of the 35 coaches will World Boxing ASHOCI.ill"n \\ItMIII'" recognition! or Cia considers this a non-title bout that 425 engine you'll need it).
Horn Dan Porretta, Tom Bugel rate the top 10 teams each Disc be Ramber .
Minor guards Wylie Fox and Buckeyes brakes will an option on Ambassador
and Ike Kelley, so the -
Ed Washington, halback Sam could be rugged. week. Skipper Finds LOSE ANY TARNISH? By Alan Mover and Classic models.
I Price and fullback Jim Grabowskl
Indiana also will have more r Front wheel dine brakes will also be available for
all with a shot at regional usual! and better (IN' r71'Ouf
I or national honor though experience not as enough, depth. Nine, Reserved TicketsOn Lucky Penny ,.' pVfo {'WIr1"t'I'," the Mustang as will chromed steel wheels with exposed

Quarterback might be a con- starters are back, including g. Sale Tomorrow NEWPORT. R. I. (UPI) 7'a a Ft76E0rrs lug nuts
but Fred Custardo
cern, kept nal caller Richie Badar, the Jack Deedrlck, Winter Peter Scott, the disconsolate 19 WsM The Pontiac Grand Prix will have a tach as
Big Ten's rushing leader last skipper of Britain's Sovereignin /f"1I1-nr./f 7t'/l
Haven High athletic director standard with four sleed equipment
equipment cars.
year in fullback Tom Nowatdke, the America's Cup sailing 5fE: FC1+Ar t7 CAf4MP
Haven Women halfback Don Dilly, and a fine seats, said tor 500 the reserved Lakeland- races, had one ray of hope CA."I 611'JT, 4.G)t'Or'r6t The Pontiac 2 plus 2 option has the 421 engine as

receiver in end Bill Malinchak. Winter Haven game will go going for him today '/ '1caGDIfV$ rUtull". the standard powerplant.

The rest of the league couldbe on tale tomorrowatTony's He picked up a penny on the 14f1z'fs as Yr4t'sasrr Mercury for 1965 will go back to the 15 inch
tough but all will be scrapping Pharmacy, IS Fifth St.,NW shipyard grounds. hUYIr
Slate TourneyLow for a first division berth The Blue Devils and "This may turn our luck," wheels which should increase tire mileage

and for two of them, Minnesota DreadnaugtaU play at he observed.It The Ford! Falcon will offer the 289 engine, in a

and Michigan State, even Memorial Stadium here could in one way The I 200 III' version, and will drop the 260 V-8,
putts will be the prizefor that looked Impossible.The Friday night British have spent the majority H4'NUIYy II
the day next Tuesday Gophers have some fine Reserved seat tickets share of $44 million dollarsin i iRrfUR4' I Iii IiiI" The 1965 Thunderbird will have front disc brakes

when the Winter Haven Wo ends, notably Aaron Brown, anda cost $1.75, general admission trying to get the Cup back, as standard equipment.Of .

men's Golf Association tee off great center in Frank March- $1.50,and student tick J / i iAG17LW course this doesn't cover all the makes of
at 8:30 a.m. for their weekly lewskl, but every backfield position ets. SO cents COWBOYS INOC1LATEDDALLAS ; '
tournament. and most of the line spots Deedrlck also said season (UPI) The entire 60U1pRF6alr cars nor does it begin to cover all the various changesand

Starting times and pairing will be up for grabs with nobody reserved tickets can be Dallas Cowboy football team received 6V //111 III improvements, but those are some of the better

are as follows: of prominence available to bought at the high school. when precautionary fullback htoculalions 7VE GREEN ones In any event all the new cars will be on displayby
Adult tickets cost reserve
State will
No. 1 TeeS take them. Michigan BAY ,
:30 Mrs. Niels Bach, Mrs. have experienced quarterback. $10.50 and student $6. Six Amos Bullocks was hospitalized PACKERS ::' this coming Friday and you can go nee all the new

Fletcher Klinke Mrs. Rick ing from Steve Juday and Dick home games are on the with Infectious hepatitis Friday RLfURV'J goodie' for yourself.

Martin and Mrs. John Crisp. Proebstle, but there'll be little schedule. Bullocks will probably be out. 1 1'4FrEY toll ,. :
S35: Mrs. Harry King Jr., speed in the backfield and the remainder of the season&L parr''"'" Major
Mrs. Bob Epperson, Mri. plenty of gaps to fill up front 5 See eeeeee eeeeeeeeeee eeeee PAYa'fal. 1( hlXriC7a League

Mike Downs, and Mrs. How. Northwestern has a f a i r nucleus ( i
ard Wells and could be strong offensively RBShc7f1 I By United' Preen Init'rutlotaal Casey KC 144 551 75 1115 ,298

1:40: Mrs. Charles Lathers, if new Coach Jet : Bowling ; : ra7rcaer ? National league y.tukl, Boa 140524 13 155 .Z98

Mrs Louis Kamm, Mrs. Ague can find receivers to eo .; 6/6y/fKANJ tg W, AB R, II. PcCongiro, 80' 99 3St "lOT ..296Clmnte
Frank Pride and Mrs. J. V. with passing star Tom Myerx i,; fA'Arr4Z ; Pitt 141586 17 181 3CT Breaoud, Boa Uti 530 110 155 .%92

McKnight. Steve Murphy will be a solid scaRgp A1L v'r rrHrR Aaron, Mil 133 533 D11113 321
1:45: Mrs. Wilmer McCutcheon fullback and Dick McCauleywill i i.* } vcvY7 e Carty, MU 217393 60121 S23 SWIMMING POOL

Mrs. James Kestersonand play both offense and de. S 61'14 ?F7 M'n' If il ilagR Wlliams, Chi :::: 91161 :.320Torre CHEMICALS "
Mrs Edgar Llndemeyer. tense at halfback Joe Stczerko IA'LCN/CA60 *'" m I I5f4 Mil 79170.317

8:30 Mrs. Frank Sigman and Mike Schwager will be ol-- HA\rVDALP. VOOhF LtAr.tr KiNsrr: irAGiKW: ai'LY 'rA'M ib6LAr Santo, Chi 145540 13 111 .311 HTH Super.Chlor
Id at tackle and Larry Zeno at WI, L 544 KFRf AN ISS. ;I; Flood, StL 116613 86151 313Rrock
Mrs. Richard Van
Gundy guard. Hv.ndal< Linn I 0 Thrlfiwaj f I I StL 140 510 118111 311 PERClORON
Mrs. G. C. Forsythe. Winter Haven Laundry 7 1 Till! Wang S I I
8:55 Mrs. Jim Reynolds, Purdue will try John Kmniewskl. 1 8 Auto Part e SLawaun barb I'raduoU I At ar t tHOIILKL1.1S IJf Ilibl Cnphr, NY 13. 4119 74 151 301 .1,. _
good at halfback, at MIMIC CU II Orr'* Mirtta S JAttkhwaoB hunt, NY 1244516 a8 144 ,01
Mrs Pete Peters, Mrs Rod fullback and Coach Jack Mil- Haven Fender and Body I I H.*.<....,-Coot I'. 5ttK.t55y.a BRING I'P TWO Americas league SWIMMING POOL
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Zander and Challis Mar. French 9 I
shall. Mrs. lenkopf planned to try a sovl'o- lUmbuo Lounge 4 4 a**, L ...*. co 41* mTo4rl YORK 'UPI' Ralph ST LOUIS WPIt( ) Dave Oliva, Mlnn 14551$103191 ,211 EQUIPMENT I SUPPLIES
more Bob Grlese at quarterback L Iitsdo'.Orandr Markot 4 4 4 4 Robnln, Oall 545 15 171 312
No. S Hill Row. Contractor 4 4 :: FharnuMf Hoult, foimei manager and iurlently Doling and Steve Carlton a 1Ill CHEMICAL SALES
Tee where Don DiGravlo aid Thsns.WaIM FMd 4 4 will Mantle, NY 18128.304Jloward
Burrouithi iMMraae Co 1AlbrlKht I general manager of the pair of Irfthanded pitchers
8 30 Mrs. R. F. Jukes, Mrs. Ad*.* 1'aeklaArse. 4 4 '
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Gary Hogan alternated hat Cablrwl 8h > J' NY 134411. 53141 303 CO
H OMUty tactrle 4 4faarn New York Yankee did not hit be brought up from firm trains ,
Frank Gardner, Mrs R. E, year. If Griese can come DAD Mid-Slate "; =, Co 1 1 ; N*. I sty <... a home i mi in hi major leai uemrecr to Join the St Louis Cardlnils Freh.n, Dtt 132413 14142 300 W ... y. I.W, CY J..n
Boek and Mrs. John Parker. through, he'll have a good target Army.N.v> Won 0 Ouch tTeam I at Cincinnati this weekend Robn.n, Chi 121 4112 11143 m _
83S Mrs. Dick Madaus, in end Bob Hadrick The High team Mrln. MMStafMuatc N. I I.* *SInttraattaoal
Mrs. John Rudebusch. Mrs. Boilermakers will have size and 1487 Peer. 1 7ashKeih
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Russ Kadow, Mrs Bob East depth up front, but might need Ml

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I .P_Q8 Fourteen WINTER HAVEN DAIIY NEWS-CHltF.--WINTER; HAVEN.. FLORIDA .;. ca.fl--..-" -,..._..,- --, .101.4..... .

f lIke Camoafans. But Doesn't Mention Barry. Doolittle Made First Instrument

GREEN BAY Wta. (UPI)- Eisenhower made two formal U.S. Senate candidacy in New
)J' President D appearances on behalf of the
ormer Dwight York, Eisenhower recalled his
j Eisenhower made IB infrequent candidacy of Wilbur Renk. whois
own previous visits to Wisconsinand Landing Twenty-Five Years Ago
campaign appearance Frlday- running against Sen. William said he probably has spent
and failed to mention the name Proxmire D-Wis. total k
a of 60 day in the state -
of either Sen. Barry M. Gold Neither time did he mention
water or Rep William E. Mil the Republican presidential or Tapping Renk, a farmer-businessman date WASHINGTON Iff. vice presidential candidates. on the shoulder, Eis was Sept. 24, 129. The to the moon,.but we.jttli have the antocBatt pilot a. today
_' enhower pilot was an Army flier named trouble la tine last MINt airliners needs
Some 5,000 persons gave the said that "those 60 an Mere maintea-
Future Teacher year-old former President a day under Democratic philosophy James II. Doolittle.. The occasion airpltlle' dtIItteftt chIrtdc bid ales then asp .tfr mover
thunderous "Dwight D. Eisenhower would qualify me to be was a braille-covered page weather.At eompaatbt '
Group Elects Day" welcome despite a in his place." [ out On of that aviation's Mater*. long lad, however; a The beet feature Of FAA'i
steady rain.Eisenhower. next day 16 yarn ago breakthrough on aB weather lyttem Is I that It will/ become
Al Haven HighThe flashing the grin ; 7'P Thursday, DooMUe became landing appear to be around part of the already-existent Instrument
that helped sweep him to the U2 Pilot Killed aircraft first man to land an the corner. 'The Federal Aviation Landing I System
Future Teacher of White House 12 years ago solely by use of ttuttrumenti. Agency (FAA), which has ((11.5)). 1LS projects two radio
America unit held 1U first promised Renk at the GOP National TUCSON, Aria (UPI) The spent $IS million in the past beams toward an approaching
meeting last Wednesday at the Convention two months Air Force pilot of a U2 plane He was flying a single-engine five years on all-weather land- aircraft One beam Dnes up the
Winter Haven high School and ago that he would come to Wisconsin was killed Friday when the military trainer whose cockpit Ing systems, has finally settledon right glide path. The other provides
Installed officers of 1954-69. high altitude was covered by an opaque hood the "hardware" it believeswill
to boost Renk's bid for reconnaissance aircraft the direction ofthe run.
They are: Joy Smith, president the U.S. Senate.Eisenhower crashed while landing at which prevented outside vision. do the Job. way. When the two beams are
; Mary Jane Slog, vice Davis-Monthan Air Doolittle flew toward a radio What FAA did was study at
president Gayle Van Llew,secretary spoke for 14 minutes Base beam exactly on course, they form a
; here. emanating from Mitchel least a half-dozen electronic aid
at a Brown County arena perfect cross on a cockpit in-
; Sandy Wells, treasurer; The } Field on Long Island, N.Y. At systems developed both here
historian rally, dividing his time between Air Force identified the strument.
;:Lynn Taylor, Pat 200 feet altitude
Smith, parliamentarian, apd urging a big voter turnout Nov. pilot as MaJ. Robert L. Prim. his he lined up and abroad. There was the But ILS is inaccurate when a
Barbara Marchetti, reporter. 3 and taking swipes at the Democratic rose, 35, of Tucson. He I II survived Instrument plane until a special cockpit British "BLEU" standing for 'plane Is less" than 200 feet high
After Installation, the new administration. About by his wife Arlene and beam. hooked onto the Blind Landing Experimental) The FAA's new system hooks
president held business meetIng 400 persons turned out. four children. I' a to Then he followed it down Unit. There was the Sud Lear ILS to an extremely accurate
and projects for the coming In an obvious jab at former : f a historic landing which Doo- System developed jointly by radio altimeter! aboard the
year were discussed. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy'a SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN little himself" later described (1 two U.S. and French compa .plane. When the two couple,
"sloppy. nies. There was "Flarescan," they activate a computer which
..( It may have been sloppy but
"' an designed system, automatically supplies the throttles
'r" I't'h' it marked the start of aviation' and several other.I.1$. models, and controls with the right
Dear J attempt to override the weather. The system FAA chose
Abby. ; combines airspeed, glide path and rate
Today, three and a half decade the best fetturef of 'several of descent through the last 200
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1 later science still is 1 try designs It closely resem
A Light Rein for Teeners rI- WINNER Mr*. Robert Riley, 150 8th Street, Eloise, .U ing.More ides the British BLEU but is feet.FAA will brf ready to Install'
.,' presented a check tor $50 by Urban Rudner, manager of Grand than one"'pilot baa obseserved not as fully automatic-mainly the ground equipment-mainly

Abigail Van Huron f new Recreation billiard Center.center'The grand award opening was celebration mad at the conclusion of the that today'* landing'minimums because U.s. pilots want a system modification to present ILS *-
airliners are the they can override tf necessary. by 1966. The radio altimeter :
; --y- same at most airports as they American airmen are suspicious also Is about set But research '
were 20 years ago. More than of a ."bands-off" system still U ahead,on the computer;
DEAR ABBY: My mother died when I was DEAR NOT It won't be easy to "pro.." to Twin Missile System one pilot has observes that we., operated largely'bySB automa component) .> ,., : J
t months old and I live with father and
1 my eight grandmother. They are good my to me and I a boy that yon area't the kind of girl. who gee .- .' .... '1 "

love them very much but, Abby, I am almost "a little too far" after '0.', already been .' .
IS years old am In the eighth grade and haveto there. Your only hope It to ten him emphatical t ?Ior"l\ ,. :.: :: "... ';; :' .

go to school with: my hair above ,1 ears.I ly that you both misbehaved before and do Guards Space ... ",. hi'. .'...... e.Rhtinctlert'" .. ... .. '.
not allowed to the latest styles in you Danger ..., '!,J .. '.:-f.i! ."?' ''rtII'1I ;,: "' .. .j. .
am wear
not Intend to repeal I'. So If that' the reason ,Jt_ _, .:-. ''''''..... .... ..,. .;-, t'f -f/ ... !!!": '" ... ...
clothes either. I feel so funny In my old- he I ..... ... ...' .. ,. ., ... .. t.. 0. .... .
pursuing yes he can ,. .n' 1/iiiiI
fashioned clothes and this Uttle girl haircut when forget It. '!fI. ,. ......... ., ...... .
all the other girls my age have new< and long hair. I am naturally on the quiet tide Pentagon' twin missile system closed by President Johnson ina :: :. : :
and 1 don't make friends very easily and looking DEAR ABBY: My "parents were divorced for shooting down hostile speech at Sacramento, Calif., .;: ,1- ,
like a freak makes matter worse. I am an two years ago. Six months ago my father remarried earth satellites are an inexpensive Thursday."We : .,- ... .: \ ... ::. .
honor student and I am not boy crazy. WIU you but I am 14 da I live w'i1 b my mother insurance against an uncertain now have developed and .t:1.. ". ;, . e. r.
something In column about how my father his new Invite .t\ : ,
important your t their me to threat from space, according tested two system with the -- ."\ fJi-i., .<. ,
it is for a 13-year-old girl to look and lover farm every week-end I rt.1r
mother and to U.S. defense off!- ability to intercept and destroy .: .t. .
dress like other girls her age? My grandmotherand my I lov. my father,, too and I "
father never miss your column. Maybe they I also think a lot of my father's new wife because clalj. armed satellite circling the 9.1 '
will listen to you. she has been very nice to me. But I feel The threat I I. uncertain because earth In space," the President SL ;
like a traitor every time I go to visit them be- future scientific discoveries said "I can tell you today that ; r4 o 'l.--,4aa ,'
HERE'S HOPING cause my mother say It tears her apart every cannot be predicted and, at these system are in place, they .

DEAR HOPING If only adults would realize go time to I spend go there.the My weekend mother asked me If I would present, no military advantage are operationally ready, and Alt4 .. : ;
bow humiliating It Is for an adolescent to be his wife if hU in with my father and ia seen In launching armed they are on alert to protect this O 1 '

"different. The wounds are deep and the sine.tbsal she doe*. I guess I wouldn't.a little Do you apartment think I like satellites when' warheads can nation and the free world." + ,.H} alAa f, ,Qw i t aU4 '
scars are sometimes lasting. I would act wrong to go to the farm on weekends? How am be' sent with greater ease and McNamart, expanding on the U-1obnut "
five the light to wild conduct or I Immodest .. # '
green can I get over feeling like a traitor? accuracy directly to their targets President's announcement laid. .., .d. J ) :
dress Just !because "all the other kids" ire doing via _. r'"": ... ... .w.w.J.
missiles. "the two systems have been effectively ", "" r----; .,-.- :---.r .. .
It Bat whoa It comet to clothes, half-dos and <
TRAITOR however
The possibilities remain tested and have Intercepted "
yes, even make-op, eras though adtfU might : :: : d.
DEAR TRAITOR that a potential enemy satellites in space, their rv ,
nod like the new fads, teen-agers should have : I wouldat label yoN a :
more freedom to express themselves without "traitor" for visiting your father. Your mother might: seize a propaganda or missiles passing so close a* to h
fear of ridicule. If more parents applied their may have her reasons for terror advantage In having It- be within the destruction radiusof .
energies to their children's moral development, feeling bitter, bat bombs circling the earth or that the warheads."
laatead of raising the roof over a hairdo or these reasons have nothing to do with you, aedon't death rays and other deadly kc. 13: o.t1\. t. c 9bGe4p'LLwas.; .
a .,1. of dress that happens to be "1." at the take sides. Visit your father and enjoy devices might be developed for 1 '

moment, they could spare themselves and their those visits.Troubled. them to carry. J'A .... ...- .+. ... .
youngsters much agony e e e And the Insurance hat been ) '--'-- .' *' ''' t&' '" .
Duplicate \ ... .' '....a.. '. ;, / i>
S e e e Inexpensive in terms of huge "\\r. .. \); l ;" '
? Writ to ABBY, Box 69700 Los defense budget, officials said, ,'I' 1( ;;r; .
DEAR ABBY I would like advice! "
: your on avery
which I Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply, enclose: because the anti-satellite missiles
Important question cannot ask my '
mother about. One night | went out with this a stamped self-addressed envelope. were derived In 1962 and
boy and we went a little too far Ever since S e e e 1963 from much older and more Bridge ClubFinal S
then he has 'been calling me up and asking me expensive projects.The ...
out for the same reason. I would like to know For Abby' booklet "How To Have A Lovely anti-seteUite weapons ea.vkjdY "
how can prove to this boy that I'm not the Wedding" lend 60 cent to Abby, Box 69700 comprise: \:' \ \
fie Los Angeles Calif. have just been y .
kind girl think I am. Ilopped-up version of the figures \ :
been released by the American ,
NOT THAT KIND o MtNiuiM Syndic*!*, In*. IRe l Army' Nike Zeus anti-misalle Contract Bridge League
missile, on which nearly $2 billion .
Florida unit collected ,
has been spent since 1957 saying .t ; 2 "' .- !
-The Air Force's 1.500-mile more money for charities irl.als' .emirs nod i',,
ONLY AT RIDGE FEDERALFREE Thor missile t billion-dollar this past year than any other ... '...." .. \ Li10 L\ '
unit in the United State. .Iffy weeNSh \\I
project which has lost its original f
military mission becausethe A total of $192 was raised "
by the Winter Haven Duplicate Hue oron J..kl": d..nt.lk
United States no longer Is :
deploying rockets of that range. Club for the Florida unit. .nd wilkinj( idorfi ;

S &H According to Defense Secretary John M. Taylor, director of color of tr..b.rk. tho:9.;' :
Robert S. McNamara the the Polk County duplicate
combined cost of the two systems bridge club will direct the local topp4 with" your f hDlc"I'... !
so far has been $80 mil club for a month In the kctutifullyikirt. blelldillt .tulll" ,
lion. This with $ISO absence of Dr. W. D. Burt and
compares p.I.I.y of weal l, ,
million for the Mobile Medium Mrs. Burt who will be visiting T
their family In Waukegan, Illinois or o **tur. .l stringthlrf. geidi o ;"
Range Ballistic Missile i
GREEN 9; : STAMPSWhen (MMRBM) which was still on and Jamestown, New York. +t ,
paper when it was cancelled re Mrs. 0 M. Mulkey was hostess
Gently for Monday's game when
McNamara, In announcing there were eight tables in play. {\i ti

You OPEN or ADD to Your AccountIn Friday that both the Zeus and Winners In the north-south
the Thor had successful! inter section were Mrs. 11. G. Morris ;
cepted test satellites at altitudesof and Ted Harland first Mrs.
the Amount of $25.00 or More hundreds of miles, rejected a Elsie Crittendon and Paul Tyler .. j
reporter' suggestion that the were second and Mrs. Ted ;
low cost indicated the task was Flanigan and Mrs. Perry Swindler 9
Through the Entire Month of September. easy placed third.In .

"It was rather difficult for the east-west section, first I w wu
u*," the defense chief sld place was won by Mrs. Charlotte
"Maybe we were stupid but we Webber and Mr*. Philip
SCHEDULE FOR FREE S&I1 GREEN STAMPS felt It quite a difficult projectand Trohn. Mrs. Robert Staufer .

one which when successfully and Mrs. Carl Jackson were i

$25.00 _ _ _ 50 Stamps solved represented quite an in second place with Mrs. Betty
achievement." Mehrlust and D. B. Camp.

$50.00 _ _ _ 100 Stamps The twin development carried bell third. .

$100.00 _ _ _ 200- Stamps out on remote Kwajaleln Mrs. Frank Stapor Wit hostess .t
and Johnston Islands In the Pa- for Wednesday's game

$250.00 _ _ _ 400 Stamps cific, were shrouded in deepest when there were seven tablesIn

$500.00 _ _ _ 800 Stamps In play.the north-south section

MAXIMUM OF 800 STAMPS TO ANY ONE PERSON 4i Cj A44er9y Mr*. Robert SUufer and O.
O. Feaster Jr. were first
Mr. Ted Flanigan and Mrt.
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Perry Blakemore second )
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CurrenlDividends with Mrs Graham Cochraneand

ALL SAVINGS place.Ted Harland In third I tt ht a O4H'

East-west winners were-ftnlMm. + Iyh

% INVESTED BY THE 10th Frank Stapor and Mrs
Per Erwin William, Robert Thorn-
hill and Carroll DeLoach were
4 second with Mrs. Tom Grant tka.w.djln mskingse tn"r "n:. ,
:=: EARN DIVIDENDS o and Mrs. J. McNeish in third ;

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bt shown Wcdntiday wh.n the Bou uit Garden Club lUqti itt annual l 'luncheon and
fashion how in Nor Mayo Auditorium. Evening .Hir. .fw.yi givtt .dd.d glamour
to a fashion how, end this year, the creations arm IIp.ci.lly tlcgint. Mrs. Carl
Str.ng Jr, left, will modal! this .nch.ntmg ball gown of gUimmg broe d., so prfet
for the formal social whirl which is about to btgin. Mn. Richard Dantiltr wears the
.1I.tim. favorite combination of black and whit.-stunningly carried out In wispy
chiffon with a black.s.quin.d bodic. ThIS arc but two of the fabulous creations to 'ta
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.f the most tstanding over Among the members making sure are Mrs. Chrlt
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Y NEWS-CHIEF. Sunday, S.pt 29, 1964 Psge 16t Xi _. Around The Town

Mrs. Golden Returns From Trip To Macon

Hears ProgramOn Nra. Raymond Golden has returned home from a trip to Macon, Ga. wher, I

Golden i. entering her sophomore .
she accompanied her daughter, Carol A nn.

Holland year at Weafeyan Cot...,..

Miss Patti McKlnnts, a Junior Mill. G i..t.fssn, airmen apimttee. MlM Mary today Annell for her\ Watson freshman biMVlBf

Intcrc.ting facts concerning l at Florida State University USN. son of Mr and
.l inCutftbert
the country of Holland were Tallahassee Is spending the Mrs Harold Guitafaon. year Ga.
given by Mr Arthur Hancock ., weekend here with her parents Drexel Avenue NE, wu reesnt-
In her program Thursday night Dr and Mrs. Ronald McKlnnis I ly gradut.ted from the Aviation Miss Sharyn Milam and "Nin.
dim. D t. Beth James have left
n at XI Gamma Chapter's meet Mechanical Fun cy for
Ing at the Robert Paullm Pfc. Gareth L. Register, ion ala !School at the Naval Air their freshman yetr at More
borne n of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Reg Technical TraWfl Center, head State College
Holland, Mrs Hancock said later la returning today from Memphis Tenn. Pfc. Oliver J. Waters hi ,

Is 1X800: square miles in size 1 Fort EtisUs, Va. where he has been participating two week
been participating in two weeks nnual active duty training at
nd hat a total population of 11
702,229 Holland la thirty-aeven" annual active duty training for Jim Mulling has entered his Fort Eustii, Va. lie It In the
Army Reservlsiti freshman year at Morehead Army Reserve
feet above sea level and Is all Morehead, Ky.
reclaimed land with 1.500 milesof State College\ The Polk County alumiae
dikei Miss Mny llarrell, daughter organization of Zeta Tau Alpha

!} rt The principle industries. the of Mr. and Mri Paul llarrell\, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Copps Sorority will have a luncheon
speaker continued are pasture has left for her sophomoreyear Jr. and children are getting meeting at 12'30 next Saturdayat
I 4, 'r' famine forestry horticulture at Andrew College In settled in their new home on the home of Mri W W. Dun

fishing and dairy productsThe Cuthbert, Ga West Lake Eloise after moving can, 317 Miramar Drive Lakeland

9 intricate canals 4.423 here from Marlanna Mr Coppi Those planning to attend
miles of them, the government Mr. and Mri. Larry D. Is In the speech department of are asked to contact her by
r Workman
have their ,
seat of which Is the Hague as guests .Polk_ _Junior College calling MU 24647
the on
latter's parents, Mr and
were among the Interesting R Mrs. E. W. McKinney of More-
fats brought out in the program
and the closeness of the head, Ky. Monday Tuesday Only

families In that country wa Pvt. Charles D. Goff is re

stressed turning thin weekend from two
Plans for supporting the SHORTGARMENTS
Needlework of BRIDE-ELECT -- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Barnes of Winter weeks active duty training
Guild a project
Beta Chi Chapter were discuss. Haven are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Rosa, to with the Army Reserve at Fort 5
old, and members contributed Ralph E. Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs Willie Hart of Eagle Lake Eustis, Va

clothing<< for needy school children Wedding plans will be announced at later dale The Prevbyteers will hold

I Foster Brown Nuptials Spoken This to be distributed by their first supper meeting of
the Salvation The Go
Army Women On the new season, to-night at seven -
The next party of the chapterwill o'clock In the First Presbyterian

Mr. and Mrs William Frank Delrdre Rae Sing, niece of be held Saturday. This will Church Dining Room
Garden Clubs Council M Tomorrow
Brown are making their homeIn the bride was flower girl. She be an International Cuisine ets Guest speaker for the eveningwill
Fort Worth, Tex at 3421 wore a princess style flock: of event Cocktails: will be servo be Mohammad Reta Mad $ 99
Waits following their wedding baby blue whipped cream. ed at the John Sutton home. The first meeting of the fall supper meeting tomorrow night jidi of Iran Mr. Madjidi Is at
trip to Colorado She carried a miniature nose Dinner will be at the Ronald season of the Winter Haven in the Tampa Electric Leisure present affiliated with the Cit
The couple exchanged vows ,ay. McKlnnli ho mi, and dessert Council of Garden Clubs will Room Prospective membersand rue Experimental Station at
September 12th at four o'clockin Master Danny Wray Himmel wtll be at the Richard Iloyt be held tomorrow at 9:30: a.mIn other guests are Invited. Lake Alfred lie will tell the
the afternoon In the Matt was ring bearer. home. Members who have the Tampa Electric Leisure group of the ways and customs
hew i Memorial MethodJst Mrs Foster mother of the not done so, are asked to con Room with the president Mrs Mrs. Tom Costello, CY 3-3356, of his country, with emphasison
Church. bride wore a sheath dress ofcopper tact Mrs. Arthur Will It. by George Kadel presiding Is in charge of arrangements religion and sports Dinner
The bride It the former Miss beige embroidered peau Tuesday night as 13 whetheror Council officers and commit. Orders for the calendars, the Co-Chairmen for this event are
Connie Rae Foster daughterof not they plan to attend. only ways and means projectof Mr and Mrs Norman Sowards
de sole with matching acces tee chairman are urged to at.
Mr and Mrs. C E. Foster and white orchid Mrs Bill Melvin pledge AAUW will be taken and Mr. and Mrs Gordon Jenningj Fresh As A FlowerIn -
series a corsage tend the session Member 64
of this city Her husband Is the chairman, announced the Ritual The Devotional win he Just One Hour"
clubs in the council are the
son of Mr. and Mn W D will be held on October 15th at St. Joseph Guild under the direction of Gene
The Rev. Conrad Himmel Azalea Garden Club, the Bouquet -
Brown of Slier City N C. the conclusion of the pledge St Joseph Guild of St. Joseph Thompson
served as best man. Ushers Garden Club, the Camellia
Vows for the Impressive double were The Rev. Robert Conwayand training Garden Club, the Gardenia Gar 'a Catholic Church will havea
.ring ceremony were read the Rev. Robert Hull Hostesses for the meetingwere den Club and the Garden Clubof potluck supper Tuesday at A shrimp peel, always a pop I Vne
amid a setting of graceful A reception was held In Mrs. Larry Seymour and Winter lIaven.EIgl.e 6:30: in Father Anderson Hall ular event will be held Friday HOUR
palms by Dr Charles F. Kemp, Sterec Hall where the bride'stsbk Mrs. A. W Kelso Jr. Lake Garden Club All ladies of the parish are night at the Lake Region' Yacht .
Distinguished Professor of Members attending the meeting and Country Club. Dancing will
Invited. Projects of the guild
covered with lice over The Lake Garden
was Eagle
Practical Ministries at Brite were Miss Lillian Juhler for the will be discussed. be poolside to a combo from 7DnolDlIGthe
and centered with year
taffeta was Club will its
Divinity School of T C. U., Ft Mesdames Luther T. Balhet open new season Guests wishing transportationmay 8:30 until 11:30 p.m. Supper
three tiered cake with dou
with tomorrow nightat
a a meeting
be from 8 30 until 11 30
Worth. John Brantley Jr., Paul Bai will : : ,
contact Mn Robert
ble wedding bells. The columnsof eight o'clock In the Obm-
Nuptial music was presentedby chon, Gay Durrance, Lee El Schneider CY 39322 or Mrs. p.m. Guests will be permittedand
Mrs H W. Swain the room were encircled Us, Al Fattarl, Arthur Hancock, munity House reservations are requested. CLEANING
Wilbur Games, CY 4 2775 DRY
with garlands of while flowers. Mrs Cecil Lane and Mn most
The bride, given hi marriageby Robert Hart, Richard Iloyt, .
Mrs Conrad Himmel was In Charles Young will be hostesses and Mrs Htrvey Sellg
her father, wore an exquisite Paul Legg, Ed McMahan Mr.
charge of the bride's book As .
gown she had designedand James Murphy Bin Melvin, man and sons are newcomersto
made htrwlf. It was fashioned listing In serving were Mesdames William Pickhaver, Dean Marshall Purple Heart Auxiliary Winter Haven They formerly
of petal white pen de James T. Swindell Mrs I I, Bill Ralden. Arnold The Military Order of the New Arrivals resided in Pensacola and

aole. The moulded bodice had M Martin Brown and Mrs Steorts, Harry Turner, Harry Purple Heart Auxiliary will ire now making their home on NOW AT 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
a softly scooped neckline and James R Swindell. VanLiew, Arthur Willits and meet tomorrow evening at eight Mr. and Mrs. lloyd W. Reynolds Avenue G, NE. Mr Seligman
long sleeves tapering to points When the couple left for a James Venrick o'clock in the new American of Bartow are announc U a teacher at Winter Haven
over her hands. The bell-ehsp wedding trip, the bride wore a Legion Hall Members are be. ing the birth of a daughter, High School. 120 THIRD STREET, S.W.
ed skirt, extending from a beige crepe sheath with Navy big reminded of the white ele Moffie Weita, born at IU: p.m.
pointed waistline, swept Into a blue accessories and a corsageof DIRTY DISHES, UGH! phant sale to follow the meet September 6th: The baby weighed j St; Joproh'n Guild of St. Jos- ANDSOUTHEAST

chapel length train. Lace, ap orchids NEW YORK (UPI!) AmerIca'a Ing seven pounds and fourteen ..nh'. Church are being re PLAZA
pllqued with seed pearls, highlighted On Friday preceding the wedding homemaker calls AAUW ouncei Mrs Reynolds is the minded of the bake sale this
the bodice and the hemline Mr. and Mrs N E. Smith "typical" The American Association of firmer Miss Welts Jo Wallaceof morning. Each member is to SHOPPING CENTER
and the
baking most
their home with cooking Women will hold
entertained at University a this
of the iklrt. rehearsal dessert. enjoyable job In the kitchen city take her specialty.
The bride'i fingertip length and washing dishes the most
bride 1956
The Is a graduate
veil of misty was disagreeable.This .
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by a pillbox hat of silk organia the finding of a our
and received her B. A. degree
She white carried fujl a cascade mums entwined bouquetof from Lynchburg College in 1960. vey conducted by General Electric taste is WKTE4/IPOI4R)'

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Brite Divinity School Texas Bake-off Pillsbury and GE
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Mrs Charles W. Sing was
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peau carried received his B. A degree from now Minister of Youth. Matt
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Miss DAILY NEWS-CHIEF. Sunday Sept. 20, 19(4 Page 17
Stephenson Weds Mr. Kalogridis "'"'' III nto_!l1IIIIttm1"! xa.." -.. I

Miss MacCalla Mr. WinfreeTo
Armold! Lighted cathedral tapers cast ,
a soft glow over the sanctuary ):

The Falrmont E U B Church of yesterday St. Paul's afternoon Episcopal and Church addedto k Be Married In NovemberAnnouncement

of Hlgbmont Pa., was the set the beauty of the double- *
ting yesterday for the marriage ring ceremony which united In ,MCoo
of Mrs Marge marriage Miss Ruth
of Winter 1 of
Haven,and Harry W.Armold Stepheason, daughter of Judge s I wide interest w that being made
of Wrlghtsv111e. Pa and Mrs H. Gunter Stephenson # today of the engagement of Mil Marguerite Edith

Mrs Forney Is the daughter and Peter George Kalo- V MacCalla, daughter of Mr. and Mfr Gordon F. Mac-
of Mr. and Mrs Leroy Wilt gndu, son of Mr and Mrs .r.rl .rw
Calla and Robert
of Etters Pa., and Mr. Armold George Kalogirdis r Winfree Jr., Mm of RobertW
la the son of Kenrtn Armold of Areca palms were placed at WSnfree and Mrs. Thomas Stone of Cheverly. Md

Hellam, Pa. focal points In front of the The bride-elect. a native of She la a member of It. Paul's
The Rev. Kline and Rev. Mc- chancel and formed a graceful DeLand, but moved here with Episcopal Church and la a
Call performed the double ring background for the seven her J mlly al an early age teacher at Mary Moppet'a Kindergarten. -
ceremony. branched candelabra and arrangements She was graduated from the .
A program of Mica music of white gladioli Winter Karen High school and Mr Winfree la a native of
was presented by Lois and white carnations Reserved received her bachelor of Atlanta, Oa., and has resided
Wallick soloist and Mrs Mar pews were marked with white science degree from Florida here for the past three yeara,
garet White organist satin bows and greenery State University this past He Is a graduate of St. Mary's
Given In marriage by her Vows were exchanged at half spring. High School! Annapolis, Md.
brother Milton Wilt, of Etters, past three o'clock The Rev '. He attended the University of
Pa., the bride chose a blue Constantine Raptis. St Nlckolas .. While at FSU. Miss MacCalabecame Maryland, St. Petersburg JunIor -
lace sheath dress with a floor Greek Orthodox Church, Tarpon It' a member of Delta Del College and Is now attending .
length satin detachable over- Springs, officiated, with ta Delta Sorority, was house Florida Southern College,
skirt, a scooped neckline and a the Rev Cyril N Sturrup St. I : president of her Sorority, was He It also a member of St.
matching headdress. She wore a Paul's Church, participating ,."v chairman of Off Campus Court Paul's Episcopal Church.
wristlet of gardenias and roses Nuptial music was presentedby and was named to the Dean's Plans tor a November 27th s
Mrs. Eugene Snyder of Dal. Jack Thompson vocalist, List wedding will be announced.
lastown Pa., served as matron and Mrs. Edith Gilbertson. organist .'f w :
of honor She selected a gold .
brocade ensemble and wore a The bride, given In marriageby 4 ; b
wristlet Richard of fUJI mums. her father, was radiant' man 1'1, Camellia Garden Clubbers
served as exqulske white formal gowaof
Included Morgan pure silk bombazine fashion

Jack Armold Armold of of York Wrlghtsvllle, Pa., and, ed bodice along featured princess a Sabrina lines.lieek-The Hear How To Grow RosesMembers

Pa. Kenneth Forney was rlnl- -!:. l..tI! aDDlinu.d with _.._.......... ,
nearer A ered -r Alencon i -lace enhancedthe ; 1 of the Camellia Guest welcomed by Mrs

Accomac reception Inn. was held at the bodice and the center panel Garden Club began their fall Carl Cooney, president, were

Mr. and Mrs. of the skirt. The voluminous I' lea.on with a coffee and splash Mrs Wray Laird, Mrs P. Flet
for a wedding Armold left skirt was shirred at the hlpllne f' party at the home of Mn. cher, Mrs Paul Cory, and Mrs i
trip to
Falls and Canada. Niagara and swept Into a cotillion train. Ralph Holllster. Fred Lenfestey.
make their home at They R D will The bride's fingertip length 5 The business meeting was Members attending were Mesdames
Hellam, Pat L, veil of Imported silk Illusion "j'I. opened with each member answering Mimi Bice. O. D.
was held by a deml.hat of roll call by naming her Bridges Van T. Burnette, Earl
On the surfs;; It looks and matching I lace embroidered favorite plant Chance Ludie Conley. Carl
feels like feather But what Is with seed pearls, and she it/ Mrs Richard Noll distributedthe ney A. L Fatiarl, Howard
ItT It's 100 per cent cotton, carried a white prayer boot year books for the coming Greene, Glen Hicks, Ralph Hoi.
coated to look like leather. The graced with a whit orchid year The club theme for 1964 Hater, Raymond Johns, Bishop
material comes from Italy and and white satin streamers. MRS. PETER C. KALOGRIDIS 1965 Is "Keys to Knowledge' Jones Richard Noll, Ed Relnts,
already is showing In coat. Mrs. Peter A. Land was matron bow headpiece with Illusion veil with the program studies to be Darwin Wright and Charles Miss Marguerite MacCalla I
suits and dresses for women of honor for her sister and carried a cascade bouquet chose a quail blue ensemble entitled "Keys to open the Meeie
and children and in several Miss Ann Stephenson, another of white carnations accented with pleated skirt, and black doors for wider knowledge In
items for men. The man.msde sister of the bride, end Miss with English ivy streamers! Accessories studies of Floral Design and IIIb
fabric caa be washed, dry. Evie Kalogridis, niece of the Mri Stephenson chose for After September 27th, the Horticulture Techniques"
cleaned and Ironed. And Its developers bridegroom were bridesmaids her daughter's wedding, a newlyweds will reside in Winter Mrs Raymond Johns llortl.
claim )In 'Is highly wa. The attendants wore lovely m.uve.plnk chiffon sheath with Haven. culture Oialrman, prevented
ter repellant The material, Is short iheath gowns of white lace bodice and matching accessories Mrs Kalogridis attended the program, "Key to Grow
called Aerpel. after the Italian chiffon over white crepe, fashioned Her corsage was of Newcomb College New Orleans ..,"with rotes as her subject.
words for air and leather because with scooped necklinesand white orchids La. and was graduatedfrom The most Important factor In
the fabric "breathes"" enhanced with two back Mrs Kalogridii, mother of the University of North rose growing, 'she said Is a ,
through millions of tiny panels and white satin bows in the bridegroom, wore powder Carolina w IMZ. She Is a teacher plan. Planting Is best done In
for extra comfort pores front. Each wore a white satin blue peas de sole with a lace at Drnlson Junior High November In central Florida

bodice. She used matching ac.cessorles Scholl Only strong two'year-old, No. 31 f W. Central
,, .silent and a white orchid Mr. Kalogridis was graduated 1 grade bushes are worth t
I corsage. from Davidson College la planting and long narrow beds
5 The sponsors were Mrs John ItS attended the University of are best Roses like plenty of
Campbell, Coates Kalogridis London and was graduated from water, but not on the foliage
O and Dr. John Karaphillis A the School of Law, University where moisture encourages
sponsor In the Greek Orthodox of North Carolina la ISIS He mildew back spot and other
Ceremony is equivalent to a Is a member of the law firm of disease.. After growth starts, SERVICE UNIFORMSHAVE
1iin best man Straughn. Sharit and Kalogrtdla roses should be fertilized every <
Ushers were Edwin A. and Is City At'orney! of H later month except for the var....

Thompson, Montersy Campbell Haven. ties that bloom only once a
Dr James R. Boulware III, Out-of-town guests for the season. These need to be fer CONE
William f Cowart. Edmond J. wedding and reception Included tilised only once. Spraying or
Gong, John V. Hunter III, John Mr. and Mrs John Campbelland dusting should be done st least I ,
t i
A. Demopoulous and Dr. W,, W. daughters. Vicky and Theo once a week. I I
Hardman Jr. Groomsmen were Atlanta, Ga. ; Dr and Mrs. John Mn Johns said the following HIGH FASHION
Edwin H Coleman and OwenS. Karaphillis, Clearwater; Mr.
varieties have been for
Freed. and Mrs Nick Mslllli, Brooks popular t.
235 W. Central Ave many yean and have proved
A reception was held at the vine; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Freed, 4
Lake Region Yacht and Country Miami; John V. Hunter III, unusually satisfactory. for Flo-.
f1. Club. Raleigh, N C. ; Mr. and Mn. rids: Red roses Etolle de Holland i
Charles K. Douglas pink
The bride's table was covered Lewis Johnson Atlanta Ca.; This U of the High Fain-
Mr and Mrs roses Editor McFarland, Betty one many
with Chaotllly lace over aa- Jacky Pappai,
tie with gathered puffs of satin Tirnon SnrlnM.: Mr. and Mrt' Uprlchard., Dainty Bas yellow ton designs In our new Designer
Edmond J. Gong Miami Mr roses Golden Ophelia, Luxembourg '
encircling the top of the table. .
Series collection of service untformi.
ear The tiered cake featured a eat- and Mn. A J. Demopoulos and Mrs P S. DuPont
cade arrangement of white son, Starves, Orlando; Mr. and white roses K. A. Victoria bl- I + i .
Mrs. Chris Francisco, Orlando color rOles.TUlman. President
roses with lily of he valley on
a crystal reflector: The cake and Owen S. Freed, MiamI. Herbert Hoover. Mrs Johns dls
was complimented by aa antique played. samples during her program i Beautifully tucked button frontJacket
cut glass and silver candelabra
Gifts and Princess effect back -
AMA Warning were exchanged sestet
on a footed plsUau,
holding an epergnetle arrangement sisters were revealed for Tailored Sheath skirt Two roomy
of brides roses wtti a On Tetanus Risk the past year. Mrs. Mimi Bite
shower of Illy of the valley Interspersed directed the drawing of nam.tfor pockets In Doeskin/ Jersey -

with Cathedral tap CHICAGO (UPI) Tetanus, secret sisters for the com. needs no Ironing, $17.tf
en. or "lockjaw" at It Is commonly log year
r The refreshment tables were I known, Is one of the most Each club member Is to select
overlaid with floor length *s. dangerous diseases that can three plants and grow durIng
I tin cilia and were centered strike a human being and the year to take to the Our Doeskin Jersey group I ti priced
March meeting for the Club
I with double tiered arrangements about 80 per cent of those af
from $9.99 to f 17.". Other fabric
of while caraaUons, flirted die the American Med. Horticulture show Mn Earl >>

Eucalyptus and plastic rain leal Association (AMA) re Chance' took first place In the groups from f I.91.
\ Misses Lynn and Leigh ports. Club s snow of cut flowers entitled

Hampton were in charge of the No antibiotic or other drug 'Summer's finale withes

bride's book. Assisting In hospitalities known can halt a full.blown oriental design Our new' collection includes every
were Mesdames Marshall case, yet the dlsesse Is almost
\ Hampton, B. J. Bond Joe peiiible aloe group junior sixes
completely preventable by
K. Hays( Sidney Smith John means of Immunization the PANAGRA ADKS mints tiiei women's nines
Snlvely Jr., William Haley. NEW YORK (UPI) Pans-
Jack Straughn Tom Turnbuli, AMA laidMillions grs (Pin American Grace Airways petltes) end half sizes
Ford UeHaven J. Hal Connor: of babies and members ) has added scenic day.
I Joe Sharit, George Kendrick, of the armed forces have light flights to Its overnight El: '
U Clinton EweU and Ivan Cell r. been Inoculated against tetanus Inter Americana DC I Jet ached : T'al
but three.fourths of the ulei from principal South \.t.tf
Mesdames Richard Field adult population tacks Immunity American cities to the United NJ
Richard Pope Downing Pope, either by failure to States. :
Austen Parks, Rosemary Lock get Immunliatkm shots or failure Recent inauguration of two : -
wood. George Copeland, George to get 'booster" shots after daytime flights from Lima, Peru f
Copeland Jr., Lamar Beau Immunization wean off the and Quito, Ecuador and one .
champ Robert Cooper. Harlau AMA said from Santiago Chile, every
Jameson,, W H Hamilton Jr The seeds, or spores' of week to the Panama Canal
Misses Susan Snlvely sod Sally tetanus can be found la the Zone Miami and New York
I Gessler cultivated soils of most areas now offer tourists end business
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For s wedding trip to an undisclosed of the UJ They taD be picked travelers day or night northbound p aw I

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Haven's Woman City Hughes Steele, Tom TurnbuU merchants of Winter Haven, the civic projects also and Ire Ild-the season; "B" for Beauty signsat
of homes sponsored
CommlMioMr, Virginia Foley and J. D. Hill, accompanied by garden clubs, other civic or- log In the development private Memorial Market;
their wives. Executive officers ganisations and Individuals in city beautification program. Blue Star
Miller (Mn. Norvoll E. Jr.), club members placed for Armed Services at
of the Winter Haven Chamber of the landscaping of many areasIncluding The five garden
was honored Friday by the Win- Council are:A alee, Junction of highway 17-92 It.
ter Haven Council of Garden Commerce; the Winter Haven Inman Park, the City of the Gardenia work with Senior
Camellia, Lake Alfred;
Hall the
downtown box Bouquet,
Merchants Association the planter
Club with tcurprlM presentation ; Club of Winter in private and Ubllcnur.1ne
Devil Booster's Club the and trees; entrances to the city and the Garden
f *. for her promotional work Blue ; civic endeavor's l homes.Mrs .
the Hibiscus from any direction, schools, Haven. A few ;
through the year In the beaut- Orchid Society; of the Council Carl Cooney was general -
flcatlon program of the City of Society and nine other garden parka, and other public areas. past and present club and as council chairman In charge of the
Winter Haven. The framed clubs in the Winter Haven are Co-Chairman of the permanent members II LandscapingatU event and was assistedby
\ Commendation was presentedby who are not members of the Garden Center building Include the Win- special Mrs
,, ww HospHal Mrs William Bentley
: Council also attended the event. committee, Mrs Pettijohn, Winter
Mn. .
George Kadel, president Public LibraryLake Robert Allen, Mrs. Tom Walker
to ter Haven
presented the
\ Guests were by two gathered group
of the Garden Club Council, greeted the Elbert Triangle, WinterHavenGirls Mrs Willis m L. Raley Mrs.
_; at Electric a ooffee Leisure held Room.In the Tampa Council members member from each clubs of the servingas five activities history in the of area garden beginning club Club, the Woman's Club Richard A. Noll. Mrs. Clyde

at the earliest school and public Pettljohn, Mrs George Kadel
hostesses. activity and coming and other
Mrs welcomed
Clyde Pettijohn
and Mrs Carl strang.
the dignities attendingthe The city beautification program forward toprojeclepresently areas; original plantings Officers of the Winter Haven
being completed by the active wood school Christmas Treeat
function.They wen the Win- promoted by Mrs. Miller ; Council of Garden Clubs are
ter Haven City Commissioners, has received support from her women's groups Lake ElbertlndC.ntralAvenue
Mrs. Kadel, president; Mrs.
The first Junior Gardeners -
Mayor Richard Dantlzer, fellow Commissioners, the garden club was for ten years;
organized by six ladles and had sponsored; monthly pro Rollins first vice president;
nineteen charter members In presented at Wahneta Mrs. Franklin Gardner, second
Your Mirror Reflection 1927 and was named the Gar- Girls grams Club; year around fresh vice president; Mrs. Tom Walker

den Club of Winter Haven and flowers and artistic arrangements recording secretary Mrs.

,. ., ..M { art this club was a charter memberof placed in Public Libraryand Carl Strang corresponding
..... h. :' .. '! S .. t the Winter Haven Council of extra decorations are Included secretary and Mrs. H. S. Mul-

.. 11...M" Garden Clubs which was founded during the Christmas llnax, treasurer.

;:. .::.... .'. r in 1947, Another club organized ..,.."....,"'.,,'"
.' :.
several later was
.. ...". ','......:. the Gardenia Garden Club and DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sunday, Sept. 20, 1964 Page II
'a1 .. eAr' It this group was Instrumental in
.. ...','.' ,. organizing the Azalea, the
Bouquet and the Camellia
.::.;:. : : ..: Garden Clubs and these

.:."::.:::1'I.: :...:::.:. :':. three clubs with the Gardenia CenterBy

and the Garden Club of Maternity

MRS. N. E. MILLER JR. wa honored Friday when she was presented with a commendation K Winter Haven comprise the

I and honorary life membership In the Winter Haven Council of Garden Club. Picturedleft council members. Area garden Phil Jacobs
to right, Mayor Richard Dantzler, Mrs Miller and Mrs George Kadel council presi clubs and flower societies have
dent. numerous civic beautlflcatlon
projects which add to the cultural }

. Rehearsal Dinner Held At Park Restaurant the and community.physical developmentIn Af .. 1il1Hf.'.lJ

MRS. HERMAN GRANDA knows the value of the 'JW''flJ. {
Some of the projects cur-
"beauty slant" rently being carried forward by 1\
The Park Restaurant was the wen married yesterday after- enson, the Rev Cyril N. Shir- clubs Include the landscaping ; .

setting Friday night for the noon. rup, the Rev and loin.Constantine The of the football stadium in cooperation -
I rehearsal dinner given by Mr. A seasonal centerpiece was Raptls of Tarpon Springs, Try Beauty SlantOne with the Booster's

and Mrs. George Kalogrldls used on the main dinner table. the Rev and Mrs C. Lee GU- Club was supported by the

for their son, Peter, and Miss Those attending Included bertaon, Mr and Mil Nick Azalea, the Gardenia and the
1 Judge and Mrs H.Gunter Steph- MaUls of Clearwater and Dr.
Mary Ruth Stephenson who reason why many a young body is carrying Garden Club of Winter Haven;
and Mrs John Karaphlllls, Mr. the basic and
around an "old Head" or aging face is because there landscaping
and Mr*. Tony Kalogrldls.Mr. sprinkling system at the Lake
SPACE AGE RESEARCH -. and Mrs. Mike Kalo- is no circulation upstairs. Elbert Elementary School is a

grldls, Mr. and Mrs. Costa By Jennine Sutton project of the Planters Garden
NOW BRINGS TO Kalogrldls, Mrs. Peter Land Club; the Jacaranda Garden
Miss AnnStephenson, Miss Evie Nature has made us so that arteries. Thus oxygen reaches Club landscaped the grounds at
V"- .. WINTER Kalogrldls, Mr and Mrs. John our blood runs down Into our starved body cells to burn up the Girl and Boy Scout Houses ,

.' ,;-' Campbell and daughters, Vicky legs, not up Into our bees. It waste, throw off dead cells and aided at Brigham School; t ..a ,,' Country cotton
/",.. J -w and Theo of Atlanta, Ca., Mr. has to fight Its way uphill The white corpuscles move In to the Poinsettia Garden Club put
and Mrs. Edwin A. Thompson, through numerous small arteries do their good work as well, In the original plantings front r % with Tassel
Mr. and Mrs. Monteray Camp- whenever we're standing or and food and minerals are car- of the bleacher at the foot- j
SANITRONICS bell Dr. and Mrs. James R. sitting. Thanks to our hardworking ried along In the blood streamto ball stadium and handles the '
"' Boulwire DL hearts, It does man- help rebuild cell tissue landscaping at Denlson Junior Textured cotton / rayon.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. age to wend Its way around the What's more, this upslde- High School; the Green Thumb with smart lines, the perfect
MOTHS AND CARPET BEETLES Covart, Edmond J. Cong, JohnV. body but bee necks and shoulders downess lets all the musclesof Club maintains a corner In iI companion with or
ARE A CONSTANT MENACE I Hunter m, Mr. and Mrs. seldom get the amount of face and neck slide back into Inman Park, landscaped the In- K ."' without tailored blouse
John A. Demopoulous, Dr. and circulation needed for a radiantly positions that make for a pret- man Baptist Church and the t I ( Aqua or Pink Sizes 6.14
UP TO TWICE AS MUCH DAMAGE AS FIRE!IIt Mrs. William W. Hardman Jr., beautltullook. tier, more youthful face. Jaw Florence Villa Post Office,presented ,
Mr. and Mrs Edwin H. Coleman Beauty conscious women have and cheek contours firm up, donations for landscaping
It .itim.t.J that moths and carpet beetles taul upJJOO to and Owen S. Freed of long known the Importance of drooping lines are erased, chins the grounds at Trinity Methodist -

.000,000 damage annually In U Am.ncan Mme. This Miami. keeping the blood circulating to undouble and you can be sure Church. Other projects Include l

1l "much mere" than It caused by fi... Y*, I I" cartfully the neck and shoulder, A great you have fought off old age a landscaping Westwood
"maintained kemti, moth an carpet baffles d* l.ttl. Fur's within the reach of the! many Hollywood star get so little bit more each time you Junior High School by Nosegay rf
college mild young career girl as drastic about this arrangementthat do the Feet Up Slant. Garden Club; the Hibiscus
damaga Heui.koldt which. f,il U vt* the paper "mtlh
well a, her more affluent si*' they recommend standing It's a wonderful way to give Society holds flower show annually
ads .f combatting' moths and carpal beetles pay a ttfnfie ten. says one New York buyer on the head. But for those of yourself a facial make tele- and the Orchid Society

tell far their n.gl.c Alfred Coren with the re*' us who are not so brave or phone calls, or manicure nails. holds two shows each year and

Te Introdue to SANITRONICS w* will "m*..hr..fALL ident buying firm of Kirby as well balanced, there' an Try: puttlnr your feet up as often also places orchids in the city 238 W. CENTRAL
you easier solution. All you have to as possible and vou'U find banks on special occasions. The
Block that the 1964
your dads *r c.rpi FREE! Call anytime thu wuk. says crop tensions disappearing and com Lake the Floral and the
sob Region,
of campuscued fur In the bt'e'he' t do Is to He down on a ,
24.4404. teen In hn half a centuryIn feet up on the arm. Or lie plexlon improving Hibiscus Garden Clubs all have

the field. "Any girl with a on the floor, feet up against a

lot of fashion sense! and not too low bed or armchair. Many
women use professional beauty t>!"/
COMPANY OFvrJJ much dollars and cents can car
I. LI slant boards which tilt the body'
lest a fashionable fur to fit her
at the proper angle. Others
WINTER I HAVEN personality" purse and purpose simply take an Ironing board
said Cohen "And the
and lean It against a low bed
1410 HAVINDALI ILVD. "* ..... price. need not go much over or chair, thus making (their own
$2115There's beauty slant equipment. -- ; J
The Important thing is to put r t ligy
your body on about a 30 to 4 5 -

degree upslant 10 that blood
"A Place For Everything can flush Into your fact and neck

I-- o aI'4f' .
Women Prove

Versatile GradsNEW > ? ; t .-, ui I I

1 e with Eihaii .11//en/IS -
YORK (UPI)) Wom. r ; ;g. ga
en write all kinds of book

on subject- ranging from atom. ..
ic power to Zuni tribal custom.

A survey of Library of Congress M' tate
listings for Barnard College -

graduate show that nearly '

:2.000 books have been! wriltej
by 640 Barnard authors in the

last 75 years The college! made "
t the survey in connection with
t observance of its 75th anniver Colt

nary Subject included treatises on

Industrial problem! guidebooks i ..-xll EL K
to almost everywhere! ..
"how to" publications In a my

raid of fields a* well a* the!

.. a"eM expected novels and Juveniles. Now from Ogilvie
It'' the turtleneck for all and

winter Turtleneck! or the'teateare: ichoolboy shown art permanent hair color crcmc designed for home use

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Spese-mekieq" Ith.n Allen ; bra *y, never come up orange.Conditions .
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hobbia; pies' ..tro *l.,*n' H.irl..m S.liel|, Cherry 1raciesa Slid more effectively than other ban:
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dock Early A.ICIbo.wttfwl and belt t. !last. firm of prrattKi in the
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I I DEB '" Ma 7iiiis .-I i The Citrus By JACK Gl'RNETT Scene LIGGETT i

The Florida Citrus Reporter

-- READY 10 BLAST OFF! Growers Administrative
rate for every other picker In
I Thw. wnv indications that (which has the -actual final the crew, and that would be
MOM Ittttt pew crop picking say on recommendations going prohibitive NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER
will Ute bran under way, to the secretory of agriculture) SHOPPING
f) certainly by tomorrow and by and Shippers Advisory may This fight against the 05
Thursday citrus should be act. be asked to .*.* up a bit on cents an hour minimum is not
ually rolling to market the outside quality standards a fight to cut or hold down Open Sunday 'til 9 P.M.
picking wages in any 1II'115eIt'
That word came from Ire. that Is to allow more blemished
suit of a "alf-dolen phone but still dented good eating s against having to carry
check with citrus officials.Indicating fruit to roll Into fresh excess baggage There Is not SUNDAY RESTAURANT SPECIAL
.1 1' the first fruit will channels At this point this is a citrus picker worth his salt
.t' l...... probably come off what we merely conjecture, but I have who cannot pick enough oranges
9I ; know at the "lower ridge"That been around In such situations in a day under normal Grilled Pork Chop
double that
would be the Frostproof before And it has never failed to
Avon Park Sebring and Lake You hear the reasonable hourly rate. so it is just to Complete 82c

Placid areas its Impossible plaint "we gotta be able to avoid having to pay a man MONDAY RESTAURANT SPECIAL
at this time to sell what we've got" more than he is actually
: 'i& actually pinpoint worth not to pay less. It's not 4 to 8 PM Only!
: the first load rolling Into Of course the grade and she
an argument of the Industry SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
the packing house rules apply only to that fruit
vs labor In of the
For any sort of good fairly which goes into interstate word any 2 Dinners for $1.00LIPSTICKS
clean white grapefruit commercial channels despite
looking squarely at a you minimum are. the vain efforts in the pastto You can expect a lot of talk

'" of $165 a box on the extend the marketing agreement about this problem. It's not
quite as serious In citrus as
tree," one well Informed citrus on grade and site to the
It can be In tomatoes, beans,
t1r man told me processing industry The Indi
or other vegetable
I asked around about oranges an River has a special marketing .
crops when there la a short
jL .. and got this story generally: agreement which! applies period at which the produce
The concentrators are going to only to its grapefruit and lain can be harvested processedand '
be paying a minimum of 70 addition to the statewide
packed to maintain its FAMOUS. H. AYERS ASSORTED SHADES
): cents per pound solids for pack on all citrus maximum quality -- and with ,
oranges, aid I know of two the entire world having its '1,00 VALUE.,."..II.. .
or three rather siieible .IA BIG WEEK! -
sales, share of hungry. people it 3 3
backed up by five.figures Probably while you are would be a sham to allow,, I Cnii| oM
or negotiable deposit at 70 reading this the writer and l.ooo of tomatoes I Discount 1'rlre
say acres
cents. Mrs. Gurnrtt will be packing M. .
or beans or other foodstuff
And this for Miami Beach and the 21st
Is going to be ayear to fall victim to the
-- oJ that the man with top annual convention of the Florida "plow it under process because .
quality fruit will be riding the Fruit & Vegetable Association sufficient labor was not
... peak of the market especiallywith al the Americana hot- available at the right time
a growing demand expect tel Monday through Thursday
ed for fruit which will grade .
DEBS N' HEIRS -- Top row from left,Debbie, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Hammock; out heavy to US1 grades for This Is going to be, from Information MANY GOINGAmong SHAMPOO
Charles, son of Mrs. Juanita Franklin; and Deborah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R. shipping available at this those registered to
Cromer. Bottom row, Ginger, daughter of Mrs. Sandra K. White; Randy son of Mrs. JoAnne There is this one posiiblhty time the largest convention attend the convention are the LIQUID CRIME OR COCONUT Oil
I Cowart; and Robin, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Merereau for the coming week With ever held by FFVA, and as following Winter Haven people 98c Value 'Vtl,1

considerable fruit scarring md previously stated the Winter listed with the firms or 19 f' J

Furriers are giving new style using parts of pelts not previpawi.. sides. rumps. gills\ and and the like the marketing Haven area will probably organisations they representMr COMMON.
to less expensive garments by ously worked These include fur flanks. agreement control committees have the largest single contingent and Mrs. Tom Brandon, III... .. ..",' PrINw,0
with the possible exception Waverly Growers Cooperative i I rh' MI 1 I.1 1.,1 N/
of those MI.ml.art'l Archie L Campbell
residents who register Tracy Fruit Co Robert K
One of the surprises will be Cooper, Florence Citrus Growers
Jb the appearance of the United Inc.; Mr and Mrs.
1--- States secretary of agriculture George E. Copeland, Florida
Orville Freeman whichIn Department of Agriculture'
itself Indicates this Is so John Crawford Tracy Fruit GOLDEN COMPACT

Important meeting He will ar Co.: Mr. and Mrs Arthur M MITAl COMPACT WITH PRISSIP POWDM
rive at the headquarters hotel Davis, Florida All Bound Box
Thursday and confer with federal Co (Auburndale); Mr and '2.50 VALUE0;
CUMMINGS PRESENTS and state agricultural Mrs. Paul A. Dtlameter, Winter 9f'
I and labor officials, and speak Haven ('GA. I ('pesp

ANOTHER EXCLUSIVE at the closing banquet.At D. B Fox, International Discount lrlrPA
the banquet which will Paper Co.; James E Goff,
be presided over by Earl Adams Packing Association;,
Falrcloth heir'apparent to the Mr. and Mr.. Jack Cornell,
office of Florida attorney general The Florida Citrus Reporter!
*"3f f Florida's commissionerof and this newspaper Ralph PHollwter .
3 m agriculture will Introduce St. Joe Paper Co.
the secretary while United container division; Mr and PERM ATE
Stales Sen Spcsssrd L Hoi- Mrs E S. (Ned) Horton Wintor -
land of Bsrtow will presentthe Haven CGA Mr and Mrs. PIN R IFILL ILUE INK

E PYIt assoclstion's official distinguished Paul King Florida All Bound. '..1,. .. ..
sI 1
=f : service award for Auburndsle David McDowell 490 VALUE ".ulOl '> (
l 4 E L .ag atr the year to a Florida agricultural International Paper Co. Aubumdale 7
I 1 'ff personality Secretary of ; Mr and Mrs C C |IHarnnnt'ris'e.Coupon IiIJII
I .olh State Tom Adams will give Rathhun, Florida Canners As ,
ei Mr a !tw f l.t M4l
the Invocation soclatlon

R., H Reese Corrugated
LABOR Will BE BIG TOPIC Container Institute! Mr and
With varying opinion as to Mrs Robert E Snlvi'ly chairman
the availability of ample laborto Florida Citrus Commit
handle Florida's 196465 lion' ; Marvin II Walker Florida
fruit and vegetable crops, Citrus Canners Coopers REYNALDO CIGARS
which can have a value to live: Ralph Wetherlngton Cypress
growers of something between Gardens Citrus Products lOX OF SO CIGARS
three-quarfers of a billion and Inc Mike Zotll Citrus I.
a billion dollars of citrus pro- World I SZ" VALUE 'i;,..:..

bsbly contributing at least There will be many others If'OII 188
floo: million In this not 1'11
or more yet registered Among IfXsroiuif' I'rtcf ,
meeting at the Americans Hotel those lure to attend are Dr
the working force prob. J T. Griffiths of Cypress Garden
lem will? be high on the agenda Citrus Products, IncJ
both officially and unof. D. Hill, ,who will be there
tidally. principally because his man
Any comment from this for governor Hsydon Burns,
writer or anyone else not In the Democratic! nominee will
the real Inner circle or from Iw a "surprise speaker at the ICE CREAM
SUIT. one not priVY to the latest Florida Citrus! Ommlision;
negotiations such as those breakfast on Thursdsj Bill
You don't have to go to with the government of the Haley, prominent grown and 2 PINTS
Bahamas would be, to say publisher of ntrus World asMaHassssissssjsMasMBjf 2iC
the least premature and certainly Herb Apple 'retired Birds. 'Mil poll

New York to see this outstanding Early American groupingSELECTED without any authorityor eye executive. now ey.bllld..p IHiruuMt f'rlri
factual basis. In the M 0 op-rilion at imO
But It Is as plain as then Waurhula; Bob Eastman! gen
s. on your face, that labor eel manger of Florida Cit
win be a touchy problem rUt Showcase. maybe Presl
strictly from the point of dent Willard Roe of I'.* ShowCase
NOW ON EXHIBIT availability Certain official ; Dob Paul, HKJ| citrus

recruiting" efforts, seeking man; Tom Turnb-ill of Diamond SANITARY NAPKINSDIANA
firm.trslned men to comedown Fruit Co. It tin froih
for exhibition at the here for the winter fruit Is not rolling too fait In IOX OF 40
Pavilion of American Interiors THE ti ) O have been little more than midweek, and sgsl. others

vr \6 ; -t And aH this talk shout a 77
.n 1'riIuINILIC
} u j government enforced minimum 0V Till: M..4.UNEW' I Coupon
o wag of M rents an YORK WPI T* IfMsroiiNl I'rlff/
IN q. slant la upward on sale of ttw .
*"*I P D; hour which has mostly gone
,_,M.ri SOLID HARD st unesplslned as to Its absurdity slant board for e.rr.tN! and r*
taxation, reports the National.
ROCK MAPLE and meaningless appesr-
Association Slant
antes, has muddled the waters
boards are for .1 t 'I on with

Selected for its authentic Early American detail The main effort of the min U feet hither than i head and
>oa* who promo them say
and beautifully finished Solid Hard Rock Maples imum wag would be to penalize they'r good for toning and MILDEW BAGS
th* employer who might shaping and slimming
legs hip
.1 construction, "Young Republic" by Tell City is an have an inefficient man or flabby arm' r.aU.t.n! the GIANT SIZE

nuan outstanding exhibit in the Pavilion of American two who! couldn't pick his ownweight abdomen and nc ing &he) fit IM. OVALUE'vj' ,.
In citrus In a day but ur. while on a diet They row
.r '.' :, .' .: } :: 'J; ".. .-, Interiors at the New York Worlds Fair. has to be paid a minimum of com with buiir.m maaMicra. yonUE 17 C
-. 'J.J. M tents an hour This would Most contain foam rv, ;br padding Illarowul f'rirrBOOK i

This is furniture that brings warmth and vitality to rauic/ an upgrading the boa for comfortWe're ,. .. ? e ,, /. Ni
your home, whether it i is modern or traditional. ,

Jdt'allor family rooms, dining arras and cozy bedrooms.
L.t C. dq 1 .apu.ced fIeff Always In {

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:::.= t" Ceme in and see why Young Republic was selected! MATCHES

It's the kind of furniture that's nice to come home to. The Picture


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Sunday, September 2C ,

Watch Out For

New Kinds Of

at Home AccidentsOur flM1'

J'l3'1' 1 !
rapidly changing way of
life u adding to the danger of ace '
rtcnti! In the home, where over '4<'
4'' million injuries now are :'if,
fered each year This warning ,
from the Construction Research .-
Bureau. national clearing house
for home building and decorating
Information, has tips on prevent.
tog accidents .
Many new dangers arise from: I
Xxptostont The very useful
modern spray can, dispensing .
everything from cream to shellac
can be as lethal as a hand grenade -
if mishandled Leaving a it.Ef.-'m
spray can in the hot summer sun
or near a flame heats the compressed .
within, leading to .
g gases L._ "
t a violent explosion. Even used-up .Or"-

cans explode thrown into incineratorsmay --. '. -- ..- '_. ....-. .Or".t

Before throwing a can away,
tape down the spray button In -
wide open position, to make sure
it is entirely empty of !gases 1It:, : i: dIIIIII II
When It still has contents, keepIn !!
PASTOR'S HOME This 3 bedroom home Central Ave. Eagle Lake, has recently been a dark, cool place. ,
purchased by Rev and Mrs J. Y, McCormick Rev, McCormick Is pastor of the Primitive
the Road and Poisonings There are dangers BILTMORE DRIVE -. Mr. and formerly of Atlanta, is opening a branch office of the Lincoln :
I Baptist Church on Rifle Range In Ormond Beach t resident of Eagle Lake in do-it-yourself dry cleaning Mrs. Lowell H. Travis recently -
since 1945, Rev McCormick is also employed by Eloise Grove Association. Sale of the home fluids sold under attractive I( purchased this lovely 3 BR home at 1037 Blltmore Drive Lubricating Systems here In Winter Haven. This home was listed I I
was handled by Malcolm Tetreault, Associate of Town Country Real Estate trade names where the fluid III I(on Lake Jessie formerly owned by Dr.Ralph Ettlneer. Mr Travis, and sold by Edna Watson, Realtor ,
than carbon totrft-* _____. ,, '. ', 1
nothing more '- \ ,
chloride.The fumes of this chemical '\,J. ':/:
can lead to convulsions and Improve Homes r 1I'I: : : 'I

death and are especially damage \ '. Ij'j' :
Ing to the kidneys. :
Other brand new poisoning Now While LoanIs r ': .':" ; ,
dangers arise from the new insecticides '; i
which can kill humansas !..: ;
v well as Insects Read the label '.
h carefully. If It Indicates :you Easy To Get )
must avoid getting insecticide on
your skin and should wash it off Homeowners thinking of financing
Immediately if some should touch an improvement to theii
you. then you're dealing with a homes should do so now while ,
highly dangerous product. You credit is easy to secure, report
might do better to have it handled
the Construction Research Bureau -
.by an exterminator, In "e4 ,.
national clearing house for
which 'case be absolutely sure .
that he doesn't spray the Insecticide home building and Interior decorating .
on any surfaces touched by Information. If the boom
hands, or dishes, or food In business starts to get out of /p
control, credit will be more expensive
Greatest Cause
and.harder to get
Falls Since falls are the single
greatest cause of home accidents Loans Easy Now
with a greater number of At present, however, plenty of
people than ever before entering loan money is available, The beat
the over-85 age group, there is way to put your Improvement
danger of a further Increase in
plans into motion is to start on
this type of accident
them right now, First, draw upa
Prevent falls in tubs by installing '
list of things you ve wanted to
grab-bars over tubs and in
.. shower stalls Staircases should do to the house, then !get an estimate

-:. have firm rails, anti-slip treads, of cost from a reputable AVE. B, SE Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Varnadore recently purchased this attractive I
$. :. :. '." and should be well lighted Floorsof contractor or dealer on each Improvement bedroom home on 142 Avenue B, S, E. Mr Varnadore Is with the fire Department and Mrs. IJ
,, ; "." such skid-resistant material as and finally take Varnadore Is employed at Grant's. This home was listed and sold through the office of Edna
ec'.t a1ewi I"....,)C: ..". .:he" ,.tl2 salfiL" '' ,, Kentlle solid vinyl Travertine, these figures to :your bank and Watson, Realtor.
which doesn't need waxing, are ask for a loan.

WALSH HOMEMr.. and Mrs. Tom Walsh and family are the new residents of this attrac advisable. For Instance, many homeowner -
tive 3 bedroom, 2 bath home at 1855 15th Ct. N, W, The home was purchased from M. R. Steed Fires and Electric Shock, :yearn for shaded areas out.
I and family. Mr. Walsh Is the Public Health Inspector with the Polk County Health Deptment Housework Is easier with new doors for better summer relaxation -

The home was listed by Paul Smith,Jr.of Town Country and sold by John A, Ramus, associateof electric derv, grinders appliances, can openers such as,blen.knife The various possibilities in. FIRST E1IERMs:
Atherton Realty. sharpeners and even an electric elude an awning, roll-up or rigid
knife for cutting Where there\ type, over an open porch or
arent enough electric plug outlets patio; small decorative nwnlngs VWIIAS
the constant plugging and for outside each window to prevent SOC'IATIONof I I
I Liquid Sugar Refinery Nears Completion out of many appliances In too few the glass from being transformed -
sockets causes rapid wear on thin> Into a radiant heating
insulation of electric cords A' panel by hot sunshine; and a car Winter HavenDon't
Construction on the first llq cry, expects it (10 be openedthe sugar Annual capacity of the frayed live wire on kitchen surfaces port for homes without garages
uld 'UqRI' refinery In Florida, first, of next year plant will he 100 million poundsof which ate apt to be wet can but with parking space this
near Belle Glade is nearing 1 he wareh luse has been erected liquid augur mean electrocution for the 1 keeps hot sun or rain off the
Repair or replace even
c01lpll't"n. ccrordmg to David ; nd Itelor; / the refineryand It will be supplied with raw slightly frayed wires Immediatelyon family car Trust Your
M. Kehrr president of North for the boiler room Is In sugars by Florida Sugar Corp", all kitchen appliances Improvements Pay
American Suur Industries, p'ace! Part of the equipment another subsidiary of North One Improvement which pays
Inc, p;rent company of the auoclatrd with the purification American Sugar Industries
off In Increased home value as
firrr that will operate the re process is alto In place Inc, and other cane growers
well as in immediate satisfaction
finery, The new refinery will produce and millers in the Okeechobcesret Ask QuestionsNEW
is the replacement of an old
Florida Sugar Refinery Inc. I new Florida product c 111. .
kitchen or bathroom floor Resilient
to operate the $2 million refine ed Cascade-,-- liquid r ef i n e d YORK I UPI> Shop tile flooring is the best Home Loan To
ping for a home? This United
The plant will take raw cane Investment because of its easy
States Savings & Loan
sugar and process it into liq care feature and wide selectionof
ADAMS BUILDING SPECIALS check list for loan officers can
uid lugar colors and styles It is wise to

ONE WEEK ONLY Two prime irethodi of processlng serve about you too each Ask house these:you questions are pick waxing one and that is a doesn't real woiksaver require J. .

Important will phase be employed of removing The Interested up to In good to see design how: it measures such solid vinyl as Kentlle tile or vinyl Travertine asbestos.in I y ifLF Luck'!

ASPHALT 90 LB ROLL color will be Implemented with -Are major living areas oriented Also increasing the worth of a /.1;
to the south? If not, Is : .
he use of granular carbon the home is the finishing of a basement
most powerful color remover there an overriding consideration or playroom in KenUle
such as view or terrain? asbestos which is 11:1 I i II ak3
SHINGLES ROOFING known Also, Impurities will here"oved vinyl greaseproof ,
Is the west elevation
This other dividends
by a step known as pays "m.I. \
from low sun angles? such giving the family another Ii
215 POUND 235 POUND ho Ion exchange, a positive as
-Are outdoor areas well\ related ,
place to entertain friends.
White and Infallible system combine '
Green Of to the Indoor plan? Is the I J I
ng adsorption and chemistry New Garden Mood
kitchen handy to outdoor \living :
6.25 6.95 areas? Other homeowners may be Interested .
2.95 ROLL -Is the kitchen layout functional In protecting their gar ; I :fif
I Square I For ? Does the kitchen control den and lawn areas with one of ( I
Square made In beautiful
Square guest and family entrances the new fences f ,
Dependable Does It supervise children play and durable plastic strips whichare 1' \ ; { >
easily installed Fencing has 'i "
areas? \
/" MAHOGANY4" CHERRY -Qan you move from garage recently been emphasized as a \' '-:<< ; ,

Plumbing or carport directly Into the decorative, fashion-styled out. i II '
PRE.FINISHEDPANELING kitchen door material which can be utilized l'
or work tone? Is the
PANELING Service. route from car to refrigeratorless to create a new summertime l'
than 30 feet? mood for your garden or patio .,

CALL be Can reached the from waaher the dryer kitchen area area.Whatever improvement :you Choosing a home is one of the most important
have In It would be wiser
3.98 without changing floor level? Is mind
6.40 It within 20 feet? to arrange for It now, before' financing choices you'll make.
becomes difficult to obtain ever Equally impor
Can :you move from kitchento
because of Inflation'sthreat
PER SHEET MACPlumbing children without
SHEET passing through rooms other rooms? Is tant is choosing First Federal of Winter Havento

the route less than 20 feet

3FT. VINYL U.S GYPSUM VINYL I Co. Are children rooms separated ATLANTA tUPI) LawyerL finance home. Our tailor-made home
from the living lOne by S Cobb said he paid 50 cents your
EXTERIOR MASONRY 210 Sixth St., SW, change of floor level other for a suitcase at a foreclosuresale

WEATHERSTRIP rooms or sound Isolation? .'II'lthouttno'll'lnl\ Its contents loans will make home ownership easier.

THRESHOLD PAINT When he opened the-suitcasehe
found It contained more
than 100 prize ribbons for baby AnticipatedDividends

4.50 shows Cobb said h. could not have

1.25 11111119n qualified for one of the ribbons

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.:c .,, .'1. '. #I ,"--. "' .tl." Little League Ball Teams

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Adult Classes 200 Persons

II- Scheduled At

.. I'LL Attend
Jewett SchoolDo t' ;'l

} you wish to earn credits I 'l;Ifs j : -r.r.1J
toward school ,
a high diploma'Have
: 4 4aA For
you ever yearned to 1 r1t. : PlayersThe
j learn to sew, or to make objects 1JTiJ
of wood or leather?Would

jI you like to learn how to type v : Lake Maude Recreat'n''
I your own letters or type other \ Center feted the! Little League

jI work baseball teams of this community .

with a banquet last
If do then out to ,
you come
Monday nigh: Over two hundred -
the Adult Evening School of IITHE
people were In aticndance<
I Jewett and register for the
Including I parent* little
courses of your choice. Classes

-, '. .,., _--,-- _.. are held Monday through leaguers James and well wishen
Ilcrgrave. director of
Is the Pastor of thts beautifUl Lake Alfred Church. He has pastored this church for the pYat three p.m.Registration' now open. the chairman and gener,

years. The church was first constructed In 1921 and later rebuilt In 1954. The church has re- Canary Robinson" Is the principal al I overseer of this ucce,sful

cenUy undergone Avenue a membership of one hundred and fifty. We salute the Bethel Baptist Church and Is the director. fr\im several merchant of the
their pastor Florence Villa area, ;hoe In-

e I Iud i n I Brown Bar.B Q,

Jeff Cleaners, Geath-r a ServIce
Station Boyd's Funeral

v Hume L B Broxey Cleaner:.
and the sponsor of the four

1 Little League Teams D & J
Grocery Sunstate Gas Co
Henley Grocery and Deems
Service Station.

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credit for donating food and
LAKE MAUDE RECREATION CENTER hold the first t annual banquet for the Little other essential* Some of the
.r League baseball team. Awards and citation were awarded. parent prepared the delicious

dinner that war terved

game li In process This four The program wa* opened

1 What's New... foot high wire fence will serve Whitten Named with the welcoming addreu
a useful purpose The Wolver given by Hargrove aid: the Oc

Inn will play their first game canton by Ernest C llargettRonevelt .

out of town, meeting Roosevelt Smith was called up.
Or Old High. In Lake Wales The *c Citizen Of on to give the history and

lion will be good, so try not to main speech The speech given
It'', NEW seeing oMee/ mini It. by Smith was highlighted by
returning to the citv after a Congratulations are In order expreiglng his admiration for

t _s r r r summers vacation. ..c.... .l'r for the new teachers, both at The Week hit team In winning the Little

It's still OLD being detoured the high and primary schools League Championship Mr

around the town because of Mont or them having com Smith was the recipient of a

.: road construction from quite distance, have srl-( beautiful trophy donated by the

.. ', .. jt.; .. Mr. Helm II. King, man tied down and settled them- Winter Hivrn Recreational Dt
--. ." ""; iger of the Jewett Momentary _drive in the community Their n partment. Each member. >f [the
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; .. High School Cafeteria retried face are no longer strange, butfamiliar Henley Championship team
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'---.1' having had an enjoyable summer I'm sure I can apeak received a trophy, beautifully
l In the xtatei of New York whenI designed with bronze
l. for the entire community a figureof
JEWETT HIGH WOLVERINES READY Shown kneeling In front of the Wolverine are
the coaches from left to right; S. S, Bell, Head Coach D. L. Goodrum, L Hamilton and A. and New Jersey. express the happiness we i boy baieball player alon,.
JEWETT GAMES Horne The squad first row, from left to right: C. Rlgfln, W. Maultsby, W, J, Callaway, Mr. King had a wonderful. share for having you here pJ tide of a large baseball sere

R, King, H. Mills L. Adam.on. D. Chamberlain, F. Jackson, J. Green, T, Miller, W, Scott, slay in New York City, visiting John Boyd of the Boyd It Ing at a ..vln,. bank These
Pre-game activities and D. Graham Second! Row D. Floyd V. Klnsler, L. Daymen K, James, C. Birdsong, C. Henry her aunt Mrs Ethel Wai Sims Funl'raillom. just recently Irophj were (donated! by the
stories of Wolverine football 0 Gaines, W. Campbell, J. W, Garrison, B. Slnkfleld! J. Boyd, A, Denmark, Third Kowj W, ton She toured the World's home and dida Lake Region Bank of rom: ,
games will be carriedIn Thomas, G. Woods, A. Brown,F.Timmons, W.Woods, V. Lee, F. Young, L Carter, J, Johnson, Fair and many other place, of purchased I the merre
the sports section of the D, Campbell, W, Courtney. Fourth row: T. Lewis, L. Winos, B. L. Davis, P. Ackerman, L. Interest home Job on Is locatedon remodeling
News-Chief. Hurbert, E. Hamilton, R. Hatcher, R. Henry G. Wilson. Fifth row; C. Williams, R. Gaskin She then Journeyed to Allan The Deem Service Station
NK: and If
H. Miller Go. Go. Go. Wolverines, tic City, N. J. to visit a cou Avenue P anyone Team along with their coach.E .
., the BEFORE: they
-- sin, Mrs. Mamye Itollm, for. C llargett received a beautiful
merly of this city. Mrs King would never believe the AFTER trophy for the runner up

La Club Copacabana p Holds LET I'S PRAY says that Atlantic City I II always The Boyd family will soon team in the championship com
By Sister Scott Jewett PTA fun to vlult move from their residence on, prUUon
First Street However the D
I Wildwood.N.
Her last stop was The Sunstate Gn Co. Team
Let Us Pray. 0 God restore J where ahe stayed for A Boyd 4 Sons Fun.rtillom.. were awarded certificate for

First Meeting Of SeasonLa unto us the Joy of thy saNation Holds live week where each summer will maintain. their present location 1 being the winner of the League

Lead ui all through the MeetingThe she I Is employed at the Standing! winning the most

journey of life (Amen) Manor Hotel Until next week this reporter Nathan Whitten I long time games during season play Sun.
Club Copacabana held Its night because of the volume of Mrs King wishes to express wishes everyone happiness and resident of Winter Haven Is clt tiles Oiich, Edward Brown

first meeting for the season at business to be transacted Let us lay today that when first PTA meeting of her sincere thanks to her many Individual fulfillment May God ed for outstanding contributionsto won an award for the 'Coach

the lovely home of Mr. & Mri Committees were appointed to Jesus beckons to u*. let's follow 196465 was opened with Mri friends for the flower and other Bleu you AH. the community of Florence of the Year"Little
Edward Snead make plans for this years activities his Mildred Bennett taking chargeof acts of kindness during her Villa,
even though ways are .
The officers for the areas and major pro'ects!' the devotional exercise After illness Citric! Feather a
year hard and steep For even *s Make your reporter and Informative He I. now and has !been,
follows: Mrs Jean R. Miller Love shall he the devotion, the president, Glad to have you back and reporter' empoyed at the Haven I Mel member of the Deem Gar
crowns you so
Other members are: Mrs. J Mr. Mary Holmes announcedthe . Pump wn voted and receivedthe
President; Mr. Joel Wil- crucify you. Even as he is for well Mrs King Can CY 14331Bachelor's. for the put 28 year II* U now
burn, Vice President; Mri. B. !torn Mr. Slmmie house was open for business The bin news of the week the Bell aptaln and Night 'Most Valuable Playera
Mr. J. J. Corbett, Mrs. E. PRobereon your growth, so is he for yourttuntnei The first order of business .
This award
Mn was givento
Jean Orison, Secretary; was the banquet honoring the Clerk Through his services, at
Catherine Daniels, Financial Mr. Alfrrda Cun. was hearing a hearty Little League Baseball Team the hotel Whitten hat met and Feather for showing out
Secretary, Mrs. E D. Corbett!, ningham. Mrs. Carletha Mite!) welcome from the outgoing It was lo every adult pleasurewho Ball associated himself with many standing ability In baseball tal.
H Hunter Like ears of corn he gatherius President Mrs Delia Mae Rob
Mrs. Edythe
ell. tilt and sportsmanship All four
Treasurer; Mrs. Marie Thomas attended this affair to earthe old and new cltlieni of this
himself he threshes
Chaplain; Mrs. L B. Me and Mrs Sallye Snead, unto lnon young boy of fid! community coaches agreed that this was a
the business meetingthe to make us naked. lie nfti us Mr. Canary Robinson principal cityWhitten
Neal, Business Manager and After take part In such a wor hai the dealershipwith hard choice to make but felt
served delicious to free us from our husks and of Jewett High wax asked SuccessfulMusic
Mrs G. C. Wilburn, Reporter hostess a he to whiteness thy program directed by theWinter Is the Shell Gsa Company that Teacher ass certainly deserving
the members grinds us to Introduce his new staff
dinner to
It proved la be quite a busy followed with the tame Haven Recrettion Deph operating the Villa Service Statton
procedure The Consecrating Service located on First Street
lie assigns you to hit sacred planned by Rev Lacy. pastorof was in the air, and the NE He I. also affiliated with For many of the Little
fire that we all may become Mrs. Holmes stated that the. the William Temple C M evening was enchanting: Friday the Charles E Lewi Funeral Leaguer this affair was an experlence ,
I Lake Alfred NewsThe sacred bread for God. All of only business war the collectIon E Church Is having resounding night, Sept. II, when Beta Sigma Home which was formerly the far the first time.
of for the 1964
these things shall love do unto success The wrek of dedicating Chapter of the National Phi Oldham Funeral Home. However, It war hardly de
God speed his recovery. you Love has no desire but b 6S school. year The amount of service was In particlpatlon Delta Kappa Soror and their Whitten I la married the former terted bftaut of the keen Interest
, public is invited to attend Mr.May Butler is an ardent worker fulfill itself, but if our I o v e twenty three dollars was collected of all the local churches (slats) danced to the music of Tars Brown They are the the youngsters displayed
an Appreciation Service to and deacon of Bethel Baptist needs desires lt these desires and the meeting war ad along with their choirs Al Downing and his 'band. proud parents of two children The winners and losers alike

be held at the Bethel Baptist Church. be our own Journey by the president The Jewett lllfh Wolverines The WhHten family are memo enjeyed the evening festlvi
Church at eleven o'clock AU parent are asked to notice The helor' Ball was a lie
today ire practicing dally in preparation DM her of the First Baptist Church
the schedule of the coming
In the morning. Continue to give thanks to another for the coming football success and John Henry White In Florence Villa and Nathan
Mrs. Katie B.Peterson Mrs. PTA meeting and come out was elected a* the moat popular The honored
Services Held day of loving schedule II Is the responsibility is a member of the Masonic guests were
Lulu Brown and Mr. L. B. and take part In the meeting of the entire community to bachelor of the year. Lodge No 10<< Mr. E. Mason R. Smith E

Burton, Sr. will be honored tor At Zion Hill back our team Your cooper Yean ego. Whitten, along Brown E. C llargptt. 0 liar
many year of service given then in attending the games will He II a reW nt of Lakeland. with his close friend Bimml rIO, amis. McNeal
to the church and the com For MinniefieldFuneral be of great encouragement Anew Ladle, this I* 1 leap y.at. McNtal who at that time was Hit Johnnie Lee hall the

munlt,. serredatUa Jewett High Grid Schedule fence I.I now In tbe process goror were very charmingIn also with the Haven HoUl, used i"istani director of the Rec
A dinner will Services were held rational (enter directed the
of being erected which wld/ their Delta Colors and like to travel every year to the
community center Ibr.vel''one. yesterday for the late Henry keep the spectator. from comIng dress Queensbury Hotel In Gleans ,rving The affair, concluded
This U your **rvlc*, so it.please. Joe Minnlefieid who died Sept. Dote Opponent Teas onto the fieMwhil* th* patterM. Fall, New York 'ah, a prayer by Mr Harris
and enjoy
come out 4, at the Bartow County Hospital

Mrs. Pearl Harrell U confined In at the Zloa Hill Has Friday Sept. 25 Roosevelt High Lake Wale' HOUSE
Hospital OPEN
to the County
Church, South Eat winter
Bartow. D A. BOYD A SONS

Mr. Cleveland WcGrlH II en.HeRI'J Jo Minnlefieid wa* Friday Oct. 2 M.nhH High Plant, Cit]y TODAY sac

born in Mlcanopy, in 111. He
Whit Hospital
confined to the Lily
lo Tamp married Mr, Ada C. Minnie moved Friday Oct. 9 Oakland, High Winter Hive I Cairn..1. ,.0..1"........M .rlNaq -VI""'. FUNERAL HOME
Our sympathy goes out to held in 1917 The couple If ..... Css,s.. t.. .... M.
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to Winter tMk ANr.et *
Mrs. Mary Williamson who recently respected member of ttts city Friday Oct. 16 E. O. Douglas High Winter Hare n .mn NN' UK *.**. ..* .......
lost her mother May Godtrenghten ....IH* ..<.. kvlN.'. stave sAd
and keep bar for the past thirty years.MMnlefleid .*.. WH fvrOM* ...... C.r.
well was a member the of Friday Oct. 23 Union-Acidemy High Winter Hives, |*r''I'M M'rOT.-.e<' *nt< *. 24 HOUR RADIO DISPATCH AMBULANCE SERVICE

Mrs. Nero James was In aa the Zion HID BaptS.tll'lder .M !'1M.C..# t.' t _riMM. >
former pastorate of Rev.ScottSurviving O W c UMIMC mmu OXYGEN EQUIPPED AMBULANCE
automobile accident last week. Mlnnlefield are hi* Friday-Oct. 30 Lincoln Memorial High ,*!.I".tteFiJ.y >* f:*r km M M .
** are happy that she was not !<...... ., .. ..I. ...',* vw .
injured. She U reported widow Mrs.Ada C.MMIII1efleld, sow. M rw 111. *< Mee : TRAINED ATTENDENTS
seriously Joe MtBBieOeld 'N. .. tM Mr** M r> ...4
the time a son Henry Nov Smith-drewn High Arcadia t .. .
doing fine at 6 VIM. w. ..* .. son ridS
of this Jame U Jr.. a dar.lIt.randOlMrrelaUft. CHAPELand
ud frl nds.AH Wint., HIV"
a teacher at the".ttl'rtlrlUT" *, my aM nr1 Friday Now 1 13 Rochelle H gh S Edna Wilson, Realtor
School and aa outstanding member amafe11" (H_.....
of tile Bethel Baptist services were wider the direction Gifford Auodaleitn JOHN A. BOYD Uc. FD&E
of the Charle* A. Lewi Friday N.", 20 Gifford High+ ,
Church. She is also the ptonUt t. WITH STUff N w,
of Choir number one Funeral Home. Aa CY 34056Sunday
Mr. Henry Butler is ccnfift- Austin Funeral Director **d Friday Nov. 27 Ope" Winter Hives ".....1'4-414. 1778 First St. NE

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| 960 Cypren Gardens Road WE OFFER home UPHOLSTERYFINK alum at :DM F ( ...11'1 Al i>n'.i iMIII TF STAR PRB88. Phone CY
WILL KEEP children In
my I niati innni < WIMO baltni" 4-SSK I 1M I A.. A. NWTI..
Open 9 A.M. '1117 P.M. o The mOlt learning in the (or worklnf mother Pay or evening "> \> rn'Wi hanll;, InalallaUun: : fininrlni ,
*. CY a-MH. 1JJIREFINfcD THREE IVORY BROTHERS : t'PHOLSTKRINt.; EXPERT and mn4; "I" nine Wi t. .1 nl. 11,1 I I >II nil .toll. p1.4 rl'l.\1 I 1(1/1( i I' I'FAT: CY &3400.
shortest possible time MOVING COMPANY I" H.irv r. Ioh..." .tiM Am.,]. u. hR" 1.I., Ilsef, tIIi'"wIil. and Dun I" It 0' RkartJDlaik .
o Job Placement Service WILL DO waehing. and Ironing. ".nl. AUJr.l: VAN UNLS : 1UFINUlIlINt.Ida: ; i / I ltd Will' i l-ark, "1.. XMKi 1 30 1\11.. ""m-I 119 0381.: ll-Jt II.i I Oct I
Call CY :an. 1..1 Local UMIK Distance labHr aermm.KOLFEB I
o Individual Attention Moving At Storage UPHOLSTERY SHOP
lady deuire. work a* .
Call Collect 5S$-71i1l
companion In Chrlitlan hum.. Warehouae Oil Bartow Air Baa IU Avenue A. BE CY MT10 Dr
ITS NEW CY Jftal. 30-23 23-&pL JI: Night

PHONE 294-3US I r-s.pt H

((4)) Lost & Found ALUMINUM

Winter Haven LOST Small femal Pointer Bird .Screen Enrloeurei wCarporU

Alicia Business CollegeAND Due Dark brown potted Collar Awnimti Window Sireen JORDAN' TV LAST CHANCE
h.. Berol LocI!!.. Box 3u.. Whlpixwwill .liuildlnx m> IISM.ALUMIINUM .
AMERICA Rd.. Chaonaitua! NY Call amsoa
GIRL COLD $7.95 ENROLL Malont Hart. :203.216IdF PISCOUNT BALtS co."INC. for TV Repair, Tranlu. .
------ -- --- Let Oeorie Do 11An
WAVE Complete LOST Baton Terrier black with A. 6th 8L SW 2I&U 1I Car Radio Ill Ft.
WHERE EVERY STUDENTIS -hit*. Blind 11 year' old Day 27..pt. ii GuaranteedAH
Iron A HA\E THAT STAYS" I73-1M1: Nlfhl 972-l M. 17.X a GREEN 'TAIII'S1.TJ'
LOST About key;; Call. Mr*' TREE SERVICE
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Miller at Haven Hotel. CY I,SlftlID.
Only -
121 BouthlanAuburndal TRIMMING CAVITY. DFMO881NU '
WO '7-4581 Winter Haven ((5)) House Trailers CAI1UNO. RE: SkTTlNU: .
Free Lalimatea. WHEEL CHAIRS for rent Aim
Open Eves Business College .r.Pl t"min"'fll RbRVlCK. Ua*.llal Una. Crutches. Walker.
CY t-tiit: U-Sri,>,t. 11 Commudea Godfrey a Rental CY

18-T1 (3S Avenue B, NW Want convenient LOTS FOR mobll.RENT horn llvln 12411:. in Ave. A. NW, 1.-TF

Winter Haven. Florida ,, <- Move to Lak Parker Trailer FIRE EXTINGUISHERFIRE 30
Villa Fre ol chart. W* pay all
espence. Big lot.. private dock VACUUM CLEANERS
tlahlnf. boating. automatic lauKdir
mat. rerreMlon. trw minute to EXTINGUISHER 1A1." A
Sear Town. Children and pet 8LRV1CB! CO3 Rerhanlnf Ku7SKth
((2-A) Loans Up To $600 Lakeland NW Fla2I31M7 PARTS A HrHVlCB for KirbyIloover
WHITE BRIGHTER welcome Phone M3-4632 81 Vi Inter Havoc .
Elertrolu and all otherFTM
1-Oct: I 94 Hr, Bervlc. lTFREWEAVING Chevrolets Left
pickup delivery and eetlmatei
Beach Trailer Salesails
Anyone with a family need to ER StRVICb Shuns CY HIM:
SPARKLING GLASSWARE have a good medical credit itand- Hwy tl. Auburndal lOcl I
SOLVES Inn I would like to help you keepyour WO 7-403
food record hy lettlni youue Special 10 I 4S. a-bedronm. 1166Mod..l.

180FT, LUSTROUS HAtm Sal and our money doctor to Be pay. your Ih.OIIPI'friend your .new 13496 mobile Com horn and from Mlect u.. Burn. -- Moth Hole Tear AUTO SERVICE

Mullln W. have IrSS model 1] and 10 Enpertly Re woveeSMARTT5 Only
teorg.; today at
:! wide. Front bedroom. front llvInf RhWEAVtNaui
DOMESTIC LOAN CO. room.. front dinette, and AVERVICKCY -DODOEAulhorl :-
SUN front kitchen. W* tak all trade. POPE i n>* ..ed Fartury Bervlc. On I
3rd St & Ave. A, NW CY 3211 ins 15-10 tbllhd 141 tChryiler wPlymoulh wLancer
I..pt. II
f' CALL --- .Valiant
FOR 8AI.II: 81nll. axle tnll.nCT FLOYD RUII .RTI MOTORS I 6
((2)) Help WantedAPPLICATIONS J..2U2. 1.21 '111 Blulh Bl BW :211 4101' 1 ""ea ela
17 II
1 157 HOUSE!: TRAILER I' s M.
&ffi bedroom. full bath with aluminum
11 ]ail NOW awnlnf and arreened porch CAMPING TRAILERS

r1 Priced right 24-1)13 1022(5A email repair, Job call retired
BEING TAKEN builder Chevy II's Left

Soft Water Serrlee United Sales Consultants now ( ) Moving & Storage ....Tr

ICE ANALYSIS FOE ALL under now management! -- AMRCRi.lCT OZY :J I

ELL WATER USERS Needs: IMPERIAL Prompt and MOVING efficient. A service STORAGE for PIANO SERVICE r

', all your moving need Call Only
" PHONE ZM-HM C 5 Part time girl, CY I 41N for free ettlmate Manta .

5:00: 8:00 evening I for At.. Van. Unea, Inc. wnrlnf 14-TF. &Ipert tuning end repair *.THE rvK. BMTSain Rental I
all M Mato.
e 1 Qualified Secretary
7.460710.pl. .1 flied :313 010 ,.
I 5 Salesmen 36-65 years 11.1' --

v of age. Belt leads, high ((6)) Special Services

. PLANNING A NIGHT commission and good tonus I j Painting Papering I SAW SHARPENING 4 t


, ALTLRATIONI Blind tltrhed Repairing
beD come to the an New Call for appointment Winter modern equipment 3U10 Hickory ,I Sawn eh..... arden t-,!. New ,r, --
AMOND'S STEAK HOUSE ft linen 293-8068, ':00 aim thru NW CY7H Mr*. Edna Brhouer JOct I I I' and *nll<4ue rlut I.. ali>lnln. that I ..!
I. J. McCOY gual.i' work- .bu>t'1\. Phillip Saw and ServiceHIM.i .
. I' Corvairs Left
.j\ OUNCE We serve only\ one 5:00(: p.m. daily. 1 Winter Haven floor Surfacing CSalliifactlun ;; : manehlp fait. 11. an an.l re aeonble ,. bah. _,|teak dinner at one low price 1S-21 Uuarantcad .. phone .Y :vannj lie 4thStreet and Av.' ': bowled 334 :\J.1: j I ORVAIR rOO( ) 4 ooo EnAN; (169)( )
I L. A. MOUTZ Jan.I'k11 l Vlllnge 17.TF 1 11 Oil 1 I I(8A

ONLY I2.SS PER PERSON WAITRESS wanted Neat and dependable IU S First 8t Phone CT 4 131 -
THAT'S RIGHT t Apply at Sundown Relauranl *- 1740
between 1.00 p m. and I 00pm -
00 p m. and 11:00 p m Co I Only
; \haft all you can ipend for I..Tr 1------- A :
Automotive ( ) Business PropertySTORE
steak fit for a KING ((8))
al I Sal lef'art Ion I'.anl..dDr.
ROUTE aaleiman needed Apply
, Bldj. CY 4.UMJTF .
DANCING NIGHTLY Velda Dalrle. 1040 SW. 4th St",
Winter Haven. Noel be minimumof FOR RENT
From P.M. M year of at*. 17-30 _
CARPENTER work Rooflnc Remodeling
Choice Uquon ... Repair Cabinet For 1.M0 t. Pt Yh : NW nl&t'- 8
TWO waltrewe wanted Air conditioned mica top All power tool. CY (twin MAreo ...
1 iJve entertainment Friday Haven Club. Excellent 4.87*. 30-TF
Salary.. Apply after 98Mf1epLWOMEN '' Jii MIKE MAISANOCY
fat. Nights Phone CY >.M21 a-74U

for retenratfou ((6-A) Animals & SuppliesMALE 1ITFWAMBIKiUBK Chevcllcs 081UQ

I : for tent
ft LOUNGE early I BOXER Bind Service FtMJM 2/J-17I.par.or Mop *l ...*
pelting starts .
Christmas Regietered fawn and while I
[CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD 1 kh It. tw for further Inform
with Avon COSMETICS CYJMMI _:M'TF I lion XMXt. I

1S-TFBrengle part or full time valuable GRAIN FED KEEP Slaughtering SALE!

1 lilts territory now available. and proeeeelng' M M uaMU.. II
1 Wholesale Meat WO 7-ISM. WOI 1 IK2 FORD RANCH WAGON [(9)[ ) Business Opportunities

Hrtte P.O. Box Mt or T-I2JO .1..pt. 211 VS Extra Ckin.W52 Only DEMONSTRATORS LEFT

Call 62-4117 Lakeland MIMfl PINK' POODLE SALOVComplete '
Jewelry profeaalonal grooming I STUDEBAKER WAGON Filling Station Corner I
Poodle acceMorle Phone 23-l7M:
20-22 ,
IB Third 't.aw for appointment ll-TF One Owner
H Block South at Fot Office I Cypress Garden Road 6
Watch aai EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Cap 3 ph. ,hod. = S mati and 1M1 PONTIAC STA. WAGON
2 4
i Door Hordtopt. Sev.rcJwlrfc
hi'*, peraonaMe. permaaeat P>>* 1 CT la.'plP.7ODLIJI Air Cond., Full Power For Sale Or Leate
Soo JartPlnea. ---- ---- -
Jewelry Repair lion with opportunity
1'1111I1.Prof..1oftaI BuildInf PARADISE: : ell, D.,,', welt! es these l low mlleoq cart See vt
_11-:10 Complete. profeMtonal grooming 1X1 RAMBLER STA. WAGON I with or without eslftinf
Pickup and delivery AKC bare
17.Oct. 11 AGE U or over. enil.retired. aW' lay puppy ...II..Ie. Phone I One Owner building. feinenew.

-- ------ and Anent man I* work In (urn!' 211-1216. 30-Tr
.... Furniture 1M1 FORD FALCON WAGON
tur lit" Modern Day Jack Schwarz, Owner
Co 182 E. Brtd.I, Av*.. Aubur
NOTICEClassified dale._11-:10 ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE : Floyd Roberts CY 3-9909

WANTLD.xp.ri..n1 ..It..... aad 20-: -
curb fwl Apply In wren nly. BUY need anptlane and fur I
Motors -- before
Ad Teddy. Bear ,,___I. 1101>*-T'.thIt. and nlture and w* U Heed applianeM oo- Moij. ..sd.rapaawaM Get one they're gone!

furniture BHOOKS APPUA1CES a uta .ei.d leechessperared
: A. mrXITCRE. 2M H.- I
Deadline For OAS DELIVERY of JO sad rout 10 Nu driver/ kM between .endal. Bird 4TrWANTED 1 Bl tU St. SW CY lull nw vaei under Iw*preeent year, maaaHWWI m Bar**
Free -- ---- -- Irw Fla M .Mir. 1 ... .. arssaddrerd Last Chance Are Fast!
.( Polk County
rural '
area Going
Way mm automaticeUrtrtr IT 20 Buys
Sundays PaperIs life .........-. medical" -...... ey. preleraWy molar I ___ rnwht Owner leaa.uitliickwauae ban
codretueonse tree to run
vacation ( paste
altowanea. _
uniform drlrea hut not
benefit' 74. phone rail ,tlal Marl Ins FORD ..... Falrlana tuti ., heed. p".,. II.HaMm
Florida ands lor raeh and permlaMMi t* i H/H. J-te** paaw. **) Aadwann. Broker MO .....
Oreen Fuel of .
piosu. ntf* M hy photorepair I 0.4.Awdd'Siia We still have excellent selection of
Carp 1411 New Tampa Hwy IHiryn lab =- Ir'r.te;:,. then < Bargain tor MMnr MaliM.A.w, Fla. phono an new
: WeM>. Lak...... U-TT A.I44S % New-CHIe -TF a-14*. II-TF ...JI 14liB4UIVICE
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rlday..2OOP.M.Can WANTED eiperteaced- combmatMa 164 BInc HT RIM. Xlrk. ....... : S1'A now for a.... taOal Chevrolets Chevy ll's and Corvairs to pick
welder (or poeaibl full-tln ey (T-A) To Or Sell good Urea. pad aM>.".. IQD" Lake Far de */H. atnlarti ,
Pertun ManufaetunXf Buy : Betor I m a n arter 0 M pmnr D Tyler Day t"Y.*>III N..M*
Hill tTurpoeea.: Inc 161.. DaMUSt NSA ia nszxr CY 4-IM* 1..1
CY Lab* All,". ".,. FR J.I'II !I from. But don't wait. See us
U place yelp a. 17->> I WANTED Farmall' Cob Tractor INS PLYNOUTN 1 ; TEXACO IN' 1 turalMM a.ali I CII6VJtOL6T I
-- -- -- esvJpmeM Cad CT S213 astl.s waeo? Ceeaa at- ri>r>a* .*r >a* .J
li-Tf M A-To r J4 vacancy hi NE Polk waft: : Mootfy -JO- B>JB |IM SW paid tramiiN a-t:" I for Chevrolets.FSepfember
Co ar Aubwndale toe _Ita.IMP' *- Call I........... II,. i rii uWANTEDl I <>. t, today new 63 .
dealw pull tons ore f" .". WWnanrtder 'I' .IPM HONDA mac 30a real I
ambHhwa part-tlm 14UO .*!*.. wnvaAwMd. apnru
I I-AJ) InstructionsU.S. Mac, n.w ..". (I per hMr eM ((8)) Automotive modal ... I'peYA. rash IM I 1
ap Writ R.wl...... FA I 471 II* An I. .W 1541
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_- FOft SALE ISM Ptr -. ,, TIM DTMAMI' a* Ota. HT < p'*
Cvii; Service Tests! HOVSEKEEPEK war.. ...... Cheap Pkwn 3g8d1 after- And IMI ........ t ..ea tin ". *.krt'*.s MIS *> h e
aged w maa.. IIIIIC'- 1 *4...... I SLf 4-r **4 lots andev retail valve *>._ 4* k* .* m.*p.404..4fteidi
lunche 1 lisp "*. Med.nl I.. at Lake fwglan Bak at CJK(8A I Mra*.... PM Ideas. ,,if Thar [iit Slut)I tc WOO At
Wen women, 1W2. Start Kit* racy I' a. N U M IM4 FOKO vi. ptrkHip trwrk ,rra 1&34 pai4< le*.e>Hif M nervi_ at*
u Flat n4 am 0e. ..-.......... ..... Nr
I $10200 a .e k. Preparatory awt5I--- Bl Lake AIt.... lit Lame Tnetm l.nBPCKDOMCTEet II1MOPJIOT' bardt.p. ........ va*. Tile P.. O4 Ce.**..pIM
taming umj appoi t.cl. Tboua- KVRSEMY ....... EmperWnee* -- --- -- 1"-, 0.w less pad a i>**ra) liei-fa.i.4pattM CHEVROLET CENTER
ads of jobs open. ExperIence to eaxvraltoc. law *tne. n.r erTEacanent : : : ,........... .......... ani 1k... 3/4114 far Meee *o in. lr
pay pta p. ..nta.. et Omiptiie ....w. and ".12 I p. Oreo Head sane teecaw
many aneeeary, FREE aaraatioa > .nca.. PheM Wtt.r ,...... CY JT *wn.r* UA IU noL k.eaa4.eW na** **...... G....._..,
on Jobs. laUrtes. re* S-irVo ee cL ar Woke w> PO boo CT 4-43tA. 1-TI aid SwwaM wos.
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I W44. Winter Haven. 179MAJOR ( ) Business Property S r* \ VVWINTII
airemenU Write TODAY fir- u IMI IMPALA ramvorUM. ... ass .stet IW Mask ail _
g name, addrtu and pboM. TIRK eeaapaarlac wane lop Mew ..... RAM ATB Nw.l s.4 1.1 Col MAVINCT1J141 CHEVROLET AUIUINDALItl
= = _... .
tor ptewcJM : >al Snarp Price 11171. r"ItA. I II' 0 P1 O ** P. 0,
larola Rot A-14M *. 0-e* *M.in INS > | ? CT J n ?
Serrkt ..t W *.per' ene4 M two Score 1H1 FOB BALI ( BUr -.ace. MlHMMai ge5ml -
laid aM j j.LVO puu1 m......... r.... ton and reaid..* Vault WRraadvax 1 ""* *r Mi .
..,..* Mlary pim eeaapaay bar SatAIX *.wMr Md iienaii parawnu Fkxld den kf ..,
Mimosa Far tmlonnAUM I IUfl I IWi ileA Call MU M17I Lakeland. tar IX* Pod Moar l..4... Kent CS CY MUI ViMar. aeeun
L"T 4341 l 18 appoatm a& i>Tr Call after 531 CT ..... slam

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((10)) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale (10( -A) Boats & Motors (I II-A) For Rent Unf. I ((12)) For Rent Furn. ((13)) Real Est.t. For Sale! 1 ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

REPOSSESSED chain dinette,. TEEN doll clothe* Homemade.. 12 gsjie Remington automatic shotgun O'DAY DAY SAILOR AVAILABLE THE 1ST. t bedroom UR-IISIIfcvD: APARTMENTS 1 1I
sofas. etc Make us an offer, Very reasonable. WO 7-J711 17-20 Phone CY 1-IMS7. 20-23 I the bath hom Kitchen I 2 bedroom. MO to 175 1 I 1526 HeapO'
NEW See it at
WAREHOUSE FURNITURE 63 imBt -- -- SectionBlAatLI .
Bqulpped-aE: JII Ke&.ty Co ."
.. NW 14-20 FOR SALE: I piece sectional sofa QUALITY reconditioned men* work BANYAN BEACH MARINAWlnl.r RalALTV (,'0. S4 *th Bt. KW CY CY 1-2717 NiLT... Lake Mirror Drive B
Color cherry, Chair table. 407 W uniform. Not pre-iackaxod. See ""61. aoir3BEDROOM I'I'V I Happy Living
FOR SALE U MM Camera Beauty Lake Deer Drive. 9128111321 what you buy All ulses and color furnished apartmeatJtU
Beamat with electric eye match II 00 per suit 116 Arlana Av*. Haven sailing center on : Dl:1,::L.R, and den month. ATHBRTON REALTY Large family home with 2 beautiful .
needle exposure. system, extra II" JIG SAW and motor '".00. Auburndale, Across from Oontlnen Lake Spring Easy' financing. on en A C. and attic fin 1624 Av. L 643 W. Central Ave. 2M-38M.
sharp 45 MM F II lena. Ha self Light oak formic dinette I tal Can Co 11-TFKINGCK tire line of O'DAY boat* NW one block off Lake Howard Dr 1S-TI loti Into the water edge Offered here In this spacious

timer. sync for Bulbs and strobe chairs. 15000 CY M 3*. 'i 1730, Phone CY 36775 Face Interlachen Park. 1100 per of the Chain.of.Lakei. Horn 3 bedroom, 2 tile bath home In
Like new. a little over a year old. month. Phono 213-174. or 284-3M3: APARTMENTS: for mature ladle den
AI'TOMATIC has bedrooms and 01
136 CY 1-4701 after 1 p.m. 23TIBAXLA'a FOR SALE: I piece Western furniture Twl Needle Cls-Bsf :10-: evening 17.TF with own treasured possession. 3 SE section Walking distance
Leather upholstery good In blond. sewing cabinet Buttonhole ----- -- Walk nit distance to town. Very could be fourth bedroom, 1bathi to stores & School. Fla Room,
AUCTION OALLERIEwill CY 1-2130. 20-22 *. blind hem. fancy pattern. ID ALUMINUM Feathercraft boat. 3-BEDROOM. t bath home 8.W.. reasonable CY "11II41. 11.TF Real fireplace in living attractive kitchen with lots of

and pay you miscellaneous cash I for your merchandise furniture Due to Illness. SELLING OUT com without. Free attachment equity .assume I year I guarantee ,. and Walk-through running light mid-deck Also ,maple steering live auction: FR 1-1739 For further Informationcall 20-23 r.EDROOM furnished house. 'In room, formal dining room,, cab'I net I. Air conditioned,
Item. Phone MU 6-031 Lakeland stock of marmalade. honey. pa Lake Alfred for l ae ATHER-
pl.t. men of IS 44 Dlecount for cash log room chair CY 3-051 1M1 TON !: Cl18x6. large family kitchen. Many fenced backyard irrigation system
1728 jellies; also packaged marmalades. 2230! AVK. F. NW I bedroom kitchen REALTY 643 W. Central
Jellies. and perfume IDEAL for Call-CY I-46M-- --30-26- equipped 170 BEASLEY 1MT trees and shrubbery. Fishinj Vk block off chain of lakes
Gift.. Priced at 50% to n%) reduction REALTY CO. M4 6th St. NW CY pier Air conditioners Excellent
INDIAN HEAD and Lincoln Held Bale starts lam.. Sept USED REFRIGERATORS. TV site (I II I) Wanted To Rent 1-2757 IOTA Well furnished clean BEDROOM $700 Down will handle
coin collection May be seen Bun- 21. M. K:. Schoenthaler across electric or gas range. (9 96 and DUPLEX (ttrd at Ave. M. NW, buy at $28.500.00. Home is rented
day (45 Av. I. NW week days from Haven Hotel Phone 2134404during up. WAREHOUSE FURNITURE NEWLY cJeo.Jlo.J 1 room apartment or 3-BEDROOM HOME Dmi must be shown by appoint Realty Co.
after 6:00 p.m. 20-22 sal 10. 11-21 62 Ith St. NW 14-20 WANT to rent unfurnished 3-bed. Stove and refrigerator $0Cmonthly Lake)I. Carporte. lAwn car. Water Beasley
_, ment 30 dayi possession.
--- Adults Conveniently local Adult CY 1429230: -
USED machine clearance room house. Must be In good 134 6th SL, NW
sewing --- --
while they last. Sewing. Machine POLY FOAM RUBBER 21 INCH Propelled Jacobson Reel I condition Call CY 1-4990 after! I 1311I .00I eel Ml Av, B. NW 11-21 I- rL80 81008 peimonth. 116 Avenue D, NE CY 2-2757 CY 2.2(78
Exchange 41 6th St. NW 293-8390 BRINO YOUR PATTERNWE'LLCUT Type Lawn Mower with gram 1-bedroom trailer
1-TF WHILE YOU WAIT LOW catcher Owner has two can't :art 1I..ec. 87:10: Lake Slue Drive I
PRICE FORDS TRIM SHOP 5(11 use but on. 12600 Call CY 4. ((12)) For Rent, Furn. Y 1-131. 111-21 Red brick home 2 large bed
1100 per day rental for Electric Are. B. NW. CY 1-0511 :20-TF 1661 20-23 ( I LA I ) For Rent, Unf rooms, dining room, living, OPEN DOUSE TODAY I II I
Carpet purrhas HEW AKDffiN COURT
of Blue :..u"n..Jhn Boland Hardware RIDING lawn mower Need com JAPANESE Persimmons doe APARTMENTS room, Florida room and kitchen New 2 bedroom, 2 bath retirement I
20-23 repair. CY 4 2613 20-22 dozen Call Doug Whltmer 293 IIOUSEJ A ft APARTMENTSFU14.IHEO uN UK..IHttED: Pr il hot I or Unfurnhhod"d- on lint floor and lecond home Corner Alucha and I
1081 433 31st St. BW. .20-: DUPLEX APTS. room central heat and air. Contact
FOR BALE::, Used aluminum press -- --- FOR RENT M)00 EttfAiE.* UpATKIN8 113 Ave. ui for detalU ATHERTON REALTY floor large enough for another Volusla Drive SE. Drive toward

plates 37 X 5I" 35e, each Excellent tMrJeiewLVw9 irt E, bh. CY RU.AL 4.1119.14Sept.. 27 CO. 643 W. Central CY 4-33X4. bath and apartment plus a garage Cypress Gardens See open
for us a* siding Insulation 1 Br U front 150 Mo L. Silver Dr 13-TF that il rented
house Lake Ins
material. heat reflector for barbs.qua lien at
d many other horn PRINTERSto 1 Br Lakevlew ISO Mo Av*. L, NE 9221 bedroom 7th Street home NW 166 .Bcanley. Furnished Realtyf I I BEDROOM furnished apartment year round on rear of property
and Industrial uses At the Mews- 1 Br Lakevlew MO I Mo. Ave. L. NE New 3 BR. 2 bath SE
J34 6th 81. NW, CY 1-2767 on Lake Silver Orlve Sllvei This home ii only 4 block ,
Chief office. 124 3rd Bt., NW -TF- MIKE MAISANO ...
HF Crest Apartments rail CY .770i
3 BR 2 bath SE
12M LAKE SILVER DR. -- or 393-1350, 3-TV from town, hospital and shuffle ,
I ROOM furnished apartment. Air board. Home ii vacant and can 4 BR., IVi bath NE Make an
COMMERCE 2ND FLOORCY conditioned. Alto water furnished, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED shown time Offer
ROSATO be any Apartment
3-7465 1720
I 18-U i Nice large L.:ry roomsConveniently must be shown by appointmentwith 2 BR.. Clean n a pin .
WRECKING CO. INDUSTRY RENTALS loci.led tn Old Postal tenant Price $1850000. $13800 and a bargain .
Furnished UnfurnishedE Building. Call CY 3- III' or CY
GOVERNMENT I bedroom house Northwest sec BUTCUFFE:, REALTORCY 1-4167 "-TF Air cond., Carpeting,
71 ell CY 3-O.U lion Appliance. '67. TOWN 4 4-4131 K.VCI. CY 1-721S 1202 12th Court NE drapes
fIo 1-1141 10-22 One bedroom air conditioned all home 2 BR. home SE with Rental
2 dory metal l iterwy! Modern, practically new
Bedroom, 24 bath, brick 'leetrle IMPERIAL APARTMENTS I
WK .ictp. 'Imported marble) y home SB section. 12:WO down. Call I 599 Ave H. 8E 293-6297. 20-22 Central air conditioning and Apt
slabs Oeed'elUu rr BFDROOM Unfurnished Home -. 34-1241. 17-30Caraie --------- heat. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, formal
:1fe .
Tspeitrled >t NW Section. Oarage IMBEA8LKY 161 bedroom apartment for particular S. A. MOORE, Realtor
ntiqu. bricks Amplifier. REALTY CO. (34 6th apt Spotlessly clean Air people. dining room and den or 1622 6th St., SE CY 3-6616
Bt, NW CY 1-2757 20TF1BEDROOM conditioned Close In 156 Plus BOWEN MOTOR LODGE
Florida 2-car carport .
SAFE room.
with mil*. Trng! down amerest. -- -- utilities TOWN' COUNTRY Hwy. 17 North 13 TF
?I : ." Fresh let nerd unfurnished house i REAL ESTATE CY 1-1141 30-22 1720 and large utility room. Modern "
DRIVERS ATHERTON REALTY (43 W dream kitchen, built-In stove 1100-1500 Down
pine 1>4. 2s'. 2il. lilO. Central. CY 4-S4I4: 13TFUkefront I lit floor apartment Walking distance New and Used CB Home
161 Av., A, NW, 211.122E THREE bedroom apartmentiround and oven, also pink refrigerator FHA Conventional VA
2>ll. LW titans ."d floor 606 Ave L. NE t-tT to town and lake Quietnod
INSURANCE ( clen Adult please. 661 Ave. with freezer combination. Charles MrComlo, Broker
SAn .
ewiehn Flweretcinr 1 bedroom. 3 bath, Florida 293-2649
B. NW 11-TF
sad H..... ] t..1! Homesite beautiful 90
gal ajuejllry room. '16/). TOWN COUN high on a 11-Oct U
Far all yeur litiursne nsediColl. 2000 f. sn,l. tree I". 4" TRY REAL ESTATE CY .1141.. ONE br. duplex apt 2804 Ave M. x 125 ft. lot overlooking Lake

and t'. I.200 ft. pIp. >I> ,In,. ((10-A) Boats & Motors ::10-231 NW. E Electric BUTCUFFE kit.:. or water 293-7213 furnished ((12-AJ) For Sale! or Rent Buckeye Brick and white

uaaros. i iteucoe end mailer, plat sisal I FOR RENT: Bedroom duple le-TF wrought-Iron. Already financed S.E.
sheets hl'. task I.000, with cell heat 11260 per week or ,
1.I' FIBERGLASS Seafury with 14500 per month. Also have t>bd. BEDROOM apartment within RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY 3- and can give possession now n B
'' t 91Ar. EOO and, 200 gal. trailer, top M liP Johnson Excellent room home living room dining walking distance to bedroom completely remodeledhome owner transferring to Tampa SpecialReduced
.. AN,W.N condition 113(500 FR room kitchen with m" baths town easy Nice location 11600 SE section, Phone owner Price 2350000.
Phone til Jill 3-3111 or .. at M5 N. Pennsylvania ((5500 per month or 111 00 perweek. Including .water 3D3.E9M or : CY 1-4830. 17.23
do..n.1 to $11000 Iti vacant
Ave. Lake Alfred 11 TF 2M-1S61 or FR 2-1331. IH3tWe're ----
CB home. bedrooms living room 501 E. Central Avenue-Open 100 foot lot 2 bed
kitchen and dinette combined Tile
ref .
FURNISHED aiartmenta for rent bath. screened porch. separate garage Price 750000. Older home, room, electric range ,
J. O Hart Phone WO 7-33/11. Small down payment WO I town and schools 2 bed. drapes, tile bath, carport. Low
90-Sept. 30 7 3341 11-31 near Down Payment may handle it
rooms and dining room, re'rlgerator '
Blasting Away FOR RENT. Furnished 3-bedroom I Where 224 Ave D, SE
home. 18000 or will sell withemail 1 ((13)) Real 1 Estate: For Sale and stove Owner will Owner moved North.
down payment See anytimeSunday rent with option to buy You
( .31 Ave. M. BW20-
the terms.
name Co.
1 I It t Bedroom apartmenti on lake. BEDROOM l",4j bath built-Ins. Beasley Realty
; 186 OU a month and up Including screened In back porch CY 1-0284: "Mother.lnLaw"Apartment 934 6th St., NW
"P utilities AIM weekly rates. Sierra :3-Oct 3 CY 2-2T5T CY 3.287Jliiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimimmiiiiiiimiijj
Court Motel, Hwy. 17 North 17-TF ---- attached to this
"CLEARoTHE brick home with lake-
CLEAN t well furnished duplex
DECKS"YOU room '" l
In quiet neliihborhood Aireondltlon..d. I | view and lake access nearby

Utility room CarporteAdults for' fishing and swimming at I II
References No pets 745 I ONLY $350DOWN
Lake Jessie Dr CY 4 3608 17-30 | Buy | 188 Lake Silver Drive. Formal

NAME YOUR PRICE I CLEAN trailer* Mobile* Adult Home- Park OnlyMidLake. E 3 blocks to Garner = dining room.room Nylon, fireplace wall-in to.wall living I Im I

= School 2 blocks to Lake E
Thomhlll and Spirit Lake Road. in
carpet in I living I on this attractive home
M3 3371 = Cannon beach and park 5i
and bedroom. Northeast section _
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W CHEVROLET 4 DR. BELAIR 2-1IS MERCURYS ISM FORD GALAXIE 4 DR. GENTLEMEN: R win* by week No "Jammed up" = chen and dlnln'l |
pink Move
Power Steering, Power Brakes, Auto. Power Steering, Power Brakes, Auto. Hwy Reasonable 17 North. Sierra Court Motel T.TF E feeling In thus BIG CB = tor with freezer i 3 Spacious bedrooms
You Name It! E home Its beautifully EE I
Tram. Air Cond. Tram, Air Cond ---- ----- -- on disposal Air conditioner and 3 1 bath
EXCELLENT for 1 or 1 people En-
landscaped 100 x ISO ft EE Gleaming hardwood E
You Name It! You Name It! Eagle rellent, Lake.l""aUon 3M-IIKI6 A condition. 17, -30 In lot 3 bedroom.; the EE EE : I gas landscaped circulating yard heat.with Beautiful patio, i noon B
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master hai dressing : '
I bedroom CB house. Nice. Adult a Bar.B-Que grill and fenced i This house Ii epic and si
1M2 FALCON 2 DR. SEDAN only. 175 TOWN COUNTRY room and private bath E:
1151 CHEVROLET S DR. SEDAN 1.5. FORD FAIRLANE 2 DR. REAL!: ESTATE! :, CY 3-1141. 30331BEDROOM .E Full Florida room PLUS EE back yard for privacy Underground span inside and out The |

Auto TI'SDVS' Radio, heater ECONOMY SPECIAL RAH. Power Steering, Power Brakes, -- --DUPLEX-ON- -LAKE 16 x 25' screened patio E to travel.irrigation Owner distance wants to I I price ii right Only

Auto Train? Extra Clean B"ach. Dock No pet*. CY 3-11712 = porch PLUS 18' x 20' S Walking I $11500. Call me now
You Name It! 1692 llth Bt. Nt: 30 TF I E hospital shuffleboard and town i It won't last.RUSSELL.
You Name It! You Name It! -INTIRESTI..O roomo!--and. -bilehenettee-air conditioned--Nut-to pa-: = at 2150000. I I FRAKES I

BE Plnsa CY 34&111BiPt. I. I E $13,500 with excellent finE 425 Ave. N, NE 1 Eves & Sun. CY 3-1831i
-- I I
-- screened = anclng You can lee EE I
1W2 PLYMOUTH 4 DR. 1 ROOMS and bath i
I960 LINCOLN porch electric kitchen Adult No : this OUTSTANDING E Furnished $860000. So much
VI, Radio, heater, Auto. Tram 5453 Ave. C 8W little CB home complete.
1151 FORD GALAXIE 4 DR. Fully Equipped Clean pet. CY 1-7001 30-23 E BUY by tilling; for 10 I TOWN COUNTRY
Extra Clean ly furnished including dishes, 2 ]
Power Steering power brakes, Auto 1-TRAILERS- -and a -small- house- E MALCOLM TETREAULT bedrooms screened porch and I |277Ujo.nolUICY.

Tram? Radio It heater You Name It! You Name It! -2IH 712.- -- -.- --Wl- E Eves. fc Sun. CY J 5071 = icreened Florida room, well for 3-1141 ID mf! 111 1 1i

FURNISHED ease apartment 614Av irrigation Mr. Mayberry trans
You Name It! C, NE. Day 2M-U11 Evenings and 23
142 TBIRD CONVERTIBLE 294.112. 2STFOARAUE TOWN t COUNTRY! letting due to employment i 20, I
----- will sell for $860000 Pay
1MO COMET 4 DR. SEDAN White with black top. leather Interior apt; Lakefronl: electri I rr 1000.00 down and assume MHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! III
1K2 LINCOLN and air condo Kit 17500 Ulllt I lei IncludedApproved 3'a pd
Good Clean Transportation Full power Locally Adults E: BUTCUFFE ;C Y I U JU mortgage, payable at $75.00 per 1 Lovely Older
Full Power, Air Cond. Ready owned by professional' man 294-4131 or 23-7211 1 -TF Illtlllllllllllllllllnudlllllllllllllllll month. No closing expensei

You Name It! FURNISHED COTTAGE on lake. B Home On
You Name It! You Name It! Phone CY MOS1 20-22 20-Z2 i
-- EDNA I Corner Loti!

PREMIER MOTORS INC. 121 Cta SL. NW CY HUll{ Air conditioned S bedroom. 2
tile bath 2itory horn on corner

Customer VI Auto. Trans? P.B. P.S.. radio WE ARE A MULTIPLE lot 110 1130 ft. wen landleaped. .
I 4 fYOU j & LISTING OFFICE Has lOG *q. L of U,-

Appraisal Card heaterYou them all rag irea Living room with
Name It! Look with ii See
A THIS WEEK ONLY- I fireplace, separate dialog room.

PREMIER MOTORS .20i FU room 12 i IT, sun room,
1H3 large screen porch Oak (loons.
Dr, STATION WAGON Tutone glass 1-BEDROOM Bouse. 100' saltwater I carpet drapes store, rctrig
1959 BUICK 4-DR. front lot at Pin Island or ,
MY CAR. YEAR. all around. Low Mileage Bokell Island I miles by water 2! car garage Irrigation system
You Name It! from Boca Grand Pass CB construction I IT HAS LOTS or CHARM *
MAKE I MODEL completely furnished and
1960 FORD air coodltkwied. large dock, and la excellent condition. A Real

PRICE ON PREMIER 1M2 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN or hell weekend yam Ideal cotta*for.. second Price W home 100. ivy, Only $11000 Good TermiBeasley .
MOTORS CAIt'- 4 DR STATION WAGON Loaded, Air 1959 OLDS DYNAMIC 88M Approximately' H" cash balance I
month Phon CT HIlt
ISO! per Realty Co.
Cond, sparkling white Low Mileage. day. Nl ht. CY "'UI. 4-TF I

MY APPRAISAL. OF MY CAR $. ...-.,. ._, You Name It! 1960 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR uuuuUllllBlnlUwullOliulHome i I i i III g I IU 5t h M., NW CT 2-27ST-
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DIFFERENCE I WILL PAY $_ MODERN. NEW: J-bedroom retirement
IMt RAMBLER STATION WAGON PlusApartment | horn. 134 Ave. r, BE 111 ...
WRITE YOUR OWN DEAlM C Cylinder, Auto. Trani 1962 QIEVROLCT 4-DOOR I By Owner Builder CY 1U54.4TF.
| |
You Name It! ,
THE EIGHT within walk.ing =:
WILL IS CLAD PRICE Local Pre-owned Low mileage, Full 1961 RAMBLER AMERICAN distance to downtown 4 BCDKOOM BOn

YOUR CHOICI AT YOUR Qm Power air cond, a beauty Plus I lurn1ahed, air IN sournAST

REMEMIER You Name It! E conditioned, one bedroom SCHOOL ASIA
1958 RAMBLER 4-DOOR SEDAN i garage apartment for income -
The comfortsE All rooms extra W...

NO REASONAIH OFFER WILL IE REFUSED ONLY ONE 1 ble bome has I bedrooms; Waf-te-Watt carpeting

2 baths, IuD dining room eE Florida room. 1H batfct.

SHOP Winter Haven BUY Winter Haven BOOST Winter Haven 1959 KARMANN (GHIA SPT. SPE. I ==:: and large Central screened oQ beat porch. Cloned Walking schools.AH garag.diJUftM. to sA

Truly of Kind EE
I = s One a for WAOO.ftk HOP

ALL PRICED TO CLEAR I : opportunity See it | dowm and no elocmijcosts.
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two story house. Recently remodeled 2 bedroom horn m NW S" i li'1II 3 BEDROOMS
,1,014. tine. Down rl X I 110 1""II\'nl IIi..i.. Th.n iff $500 DOWN
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p. u month .
down stairs 5 bedrooms th'Dllv., lot hAl An 9' RHurlilH
More 1ft Now .
H'ee >. n norm with a wetcom..mil \ ...\.1, 2 bo'h.III ,, .
m and bath upstairs. FirePlace ith'n' I'll) 10"in .u..tI an II'ant .m.1I..i."od
: ci3i I. built !for Hi'
Ing enjoyment
five dreamed of 1 BEDROOM home In NW fcrtlon r 1,1. n ,1 mnh I', neu waahir Arang"
you owning I and with of .
a minimum care Dealgaed
extras $16,900 ,
many raw MM Down $SO P., [ 'iMtllx hlllll' ) .III "\-n A 'KHKI 'iised eal.i IK nil|| lIuor
2 story home but felt terms. Math -,, with famlllea In mind but loaded ,., ..., .,
you Move In Now II > 17 I I. i| pi"rliln OnhSUmm lu.1Ia. aUh' ran I'lloS13 500
with feature that Mom will ... .. Irma
$I.II.J Down A war loa-
ouldn't afford one? <
I Take the kitchen for exampleUorgcoua I
DUPLEX Close-in. Very dual Boy I If-row S Ilk bedroom* to party this> U Ik. I In Ih. .nlt ....r" I.. ,1"0 i .IN ire t.. UQ.. turquoto. and I1lIt runt 3 An i.apeclally. nil I bedroom t rA
[His a new concept In I.milyIIvln good location.: Each side basZ.bedrooml. home on bit il "inter Haven llm M home.Thle while cablneta for all thoa Itor- i home" k'autiful lawn wall to
clean lake
with .
bar and dancing ...... .... .. DUPLEX
[ ,. See the Urge selectio ir,,,, Only SJIOOO. I rolunlal ".rl. nan the age need. I'---- onclo.ed .- wall carpal. drain., and relrlt. y
living room, tile llni>M teat money ran buy throughout uapandvd t i-rator Included lleautNUIIy kept
|of one and two story new brick bath kitchen and dining area, FHA 4 VA Aoaulrrt hontn I 4 bejrooin.III-;; ,::"l, Ihmtram..naai for your gad china or than, aenttnitntal CLOSE-IN lawn, la* oraiutr tnwa PrKIISimoM .w raNS

homes with: 3 & 4 BR., IVk & 2 stove and refrigerator Rent Down. paymrnta Start at 1100 with 'n lnlbnour Iteroa formed you and love curved w muck formica .. Health ,i. the rears
J lam.ly room .oth antique Gracefully rr the eale at thin home CallEDGART.
baths big family kitchen one side live in other 12950. monthly payment.. brick. firo,>larr Pallo with barbrcu I counter lop with no dirtraichliig W'lh'llk' la. Jldanee In. townMM
Inca duil"' each
creened patios & WHY _n4 all Kitchen ha. ball! ln> and ,her amen, ao aaay to .bop Io. .nn | Lsla Ho.h. A.+ental.Ngbl. .
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den time
your looking Built-in iinil hax M-J Ilia lima ix>imrinil
381 Columbia St. near schools i for a home "'tIII know what ry cabine* Automat garage I clean and aparklln counter hewn ,111. l'3 L5054
AYMENTS wlalah n11
START and too tarn-
AS LOW doora loin n>alinn ami air mnitinvnintl top rang oven -- .
BRAND NEW want and will try to find It for .. Electric In e in hi- iff .1.. 'I iwikinn Av. L II
$7544 PER Three bedrooms A d'n lor Ih man ( Ihrhear utu General quality
MONTH and two tile baths Fla. room. Builtin you Bull!-in Blew I..and On j i I match!!* tura.uolae. Double Nakunder '1111..1A unit |I|. Km' 4 T. ini, i t., tx HALES I ......"' f bath,
VE TAKE TRADES window. that overlook theI 01 '
WANTED a lot ciuntcn-d' with wk n" Itrill i a REALTOR .
oven and range lovely kitchen Rental U..llnl' takr )our breath .w. junt I I hlldren a play are*. Breaklaat sad Florida Beam ins per
Ave. "G" to Westwood School Carport and extra big c.n'l fill aU our call. 10..? It ally b. a ili'UK In' > ixKalol 1 mack bar too with. additional. cabinet LOT FOR YOUR 311 Avenue A. SW ..... In.lwdlnt t....
CALL a IW7 Fifth 81 8h; 1'.11 I"i an and drawer apace aaaa CY ] KM Or CY MM and 'Insurance, '"100
| Tan on 35th St., to Office utility room. Large corner lot ,|,,,,,,'m'nl $3Ll0Fabulous lime and lootet... Throe. bad i MONEY * *
with back r ima with plenty of cloaela, 'harphvug0nhig -30LKr. -
yard 66 x 100. good BILL
B&W BuildersCY garden spot. A big family CHARLIE FIELD AT Floridian room off to lta.lt ram and niakoa a family ent.r I $450 DOWN ......IIT rsTATMl DOWNTOWN

| 17147-CY 287J-CY 3.0465 house and only 1450000. FIIA taming ilmple.. fur. both the email 'nil"' 1 I li ",04104ar inbathx" "nil at Imnllt hi'at and Miomill air,,
and ad" with torboth ,,,, ,
fry privacy t'i1'a' n I i I" It ii.I ii" ,. .
20\). Terms. BILL GARNER Kaay to care for vinyl aabwlo. |pl'i.nnt| I ,,, ",, ,.n,' i split I h, nh.lU ,? ii t 'lino >li lmifh. r lull
I 1'lh I st M' and 5 i ?r a rkrnd -
--- .- flour that can take a prating "in, I" i I. I 'i" in,.. i""inM '
IFOR SALE; I aton boor, | blockfrom OLD HICKORY BARBECUE- REALTORCY and yet aI.a,. .look. new. A aepara i n?.i i"i i' I i,' 1 i I" I I, I' a.'I i a 91i'.Ie' IIUBLake J'1tI
town In Wet neighborhood on main 1i4 utility and atoragv room a .1".1 I ''I I lnl'I I 'nl i" IU\I, ( A anl
l<,* balha, e-bedroom.. eepmrmt. dl... highway Lots of room 39959 low Step away. with room for 10 l ,,n' i I",.., .I ,," "H. 'i
ling room, Florida room. carport and a corner lot. Suitable for .......r and dryer and all the I. Howard
I large utility room Nicely tub: den toola. to)'. and mtraa that.u'r .
many types of business Movein 20-22 -- .......
leaped" hu well with. jet pum III a.. Miter .dace Two I Built
I til.000 term. Max b. Men b, today Buy Bld,. fixtures aparkllnc c"ml".tll.' bathi with
I appointment only Call WO 7-1S3 and ground REPOSSESSED HOMES law pure. marbellaed. vinyl bins. ATHERTONREALTY Home
lAuburndala. 111; 13000.00 term monthly payment. Modern CB 1,, / Thia\ antaalle hour '. for aal. b. I real lunury plum built"in forml
------ and S-oedroom ronatrwtlnn Con- aunt wr wart ,,1.n'11 .,..Ih., ca topped vanilla. with added ator- I. .,
11I1111I11I11I11111I111I111111I11I111111111111111111111111''" Have two nice lots Zoned for art :JM-J17S: Evenlnca and 8unda m,.lrl In an,Ih, ir,mewl f tiwnJJIH a.e ....... The main bath baa nUietlnctivr u ''tl)h I il," "r I I'i Ono .p4r| ,inaMr
e DUPLEX $200000 each ZM-S,S FIRST MORTOAIJK ) miuar I.,1.I I. i h with ahutt.r-duor nwdirMHi.tilnel CO.a "in i I..11... imi' II i i 1..1 .lth, |lake
CORP OF FLORIDA, ..JOB swimming; IMH.1 I frmul lard. | lak" 1 t>,d.
Opportunity? Have .__ : pelt draprn wallpaper.I A many and beautiful large mlrrora, too "","i. hath Ma ii. m 'I I ear 10 t. Central, A...
several very desirable I rxlras. air'undllnWed I gird I tram Incidentally, the ceramic 111. la the tie.nP U>trr Alh..".., H.all.,. (.,... .|Ior'lauo imn non. tor
homesites for $1500.00 up. Irresistible Ins construction .on't ml never famout Dal-Tlle cryatallm. flaw mat, iiiiiinii. n"im rcr1eled draw. *, I ."1..., rate.tenraam
Yet Indeed! It.. a rare I have t rmll.. Antique' brick PSu with. iiinlnwtiiif. aculplund ac- loSa It ,"'.. A.a. I.'r''latinn< ",..Utlll..d, rrnrod. yard irrt, .",.11 lilt....*,

buy that will put you Into E Have 200 feet on main highway Retirement l' ak ran at bu.ldera opimrtunlly rat Dun Ixxati-d t mliuthli al charming onla Sliding very glaw dtMlnotlv.dour 1 lead and 'at I I..i, r,,i lmk iwnrai A bat T.., un much A hoS '- '.t.. aentral air a.ndltl.nlnf >

a home like this for only COMMERCIAL only $5500.00 I 15th 81 A Ave 150000. Terms. Home! completely private yard. complete. .NincfcNT" roomy moire S .t.I,. apartment, ...
DistinctiveAntique with bearing 'Itru. I..... and colorful bidromi home with unuaual tea. I Beasley Realty Co. ro ..II..., | ad til, *,
landacaplng already In Outaidi turtn ,nd'orating Ikrmi .bedIH
Excellent Have You will love when this t laaro.ACT.
Southeast location a ten YOUNG see .
acre you I. font aa ,harming' and dlatlmlive ,in r\r\thln for lunury llvin tJ4 Cllh St.. NW
convenient to all E GROVE 7 years old. 10 miles neat 2 bedroom CB home in SE The warm tone of antkju : i in lu..1 l 'all lona. Neat I fr J.Z7ST * *
schools and new Shopping E from Lake Alfred $16,00000easy Section 1 block off of Chainof brick." and combine" the beautiful with. lung lifetime white ..hul.t. i F';V-mi 1' wr MM> At (' IF: CV J.UT 17).;JU I 32472I

Plaza E terms. Lakes walking distance to m..nt III. roof A concrete. drlwa \, I I !unniutumtHllulHnuiuuntuun NOWI!

SHOPPING CENTER. Has j I ) umplet. with turn around !,

Over 2,000 iq feet of livfi lave one large TWO STORY large living room, all\ electric i area out on aa the that atraet you don.t leadi have to In a back dnir Terrific ''i 'Lake Mariana I

log area Includes three mme, can be used for apartments kitchen Florida room tile bath blew carport, Th. front and aide B Lakefront

Is big bedrooms, two beautip E or home. Clare the lake terrazzo floors carport, fruit lawn Uahla gram are fully and nodded with. loch. i Lakeview |

ful tile baths Florida e Ideal for large family 13500.00 trees Only $12.SOO. $500 ADDITIONAL White ready In Two beautifullplanlin, BuyU! Shaded i
beda, the unuaualI I II by S graceful
H room and Iota of storage erms. one with must
will buy the furnishings I 1 and di-llgtitful curved trunk palm Owner lays reduce $1.000. His = oaks, this Just listed home i grlat3gtNe
ipace. Brick I tree youII. ever an.
We have these and many more Ion le your ga'n. Inspect this = offers Iota of living at a r

The family kitchen hat 5 desirable properties in LAKE Thla I 1...ell, h,.m. h.. .,."i ,'.>nrrivabv All hl't: : for your family moJrrn true lakefront home today budget price of $1T,900 '
Beasley Realty Co. ruilom quality I atur 1brdnnma completed and forI
= loads of cabinets built- ALFRED why not call us and I .' bathn oM-nlii mailerbrdnHim i I only 117.Mo, Including the klncatt. .. 2 tile baths. Florida room = Large l h..drIM'm.l extra 51'

in oven and range and make an appointment to seethe 134 tth St., NW i arix-tnl living ...m l loot high atop the hllli abovelake alt:active k.Mitn. spacloua Ivi I :: rloftets .- fireplace :
dishwasher one might be Interested CY 3.1757 CY 12(71I with rin-iilair Paniurt l Ih..r> A filbert an a.Wreaethat i I E large Florida and
you kitchen that will aatouiid and you can b.'o 5 d of, ear ins room carpeting, central room ,
s In. We are a growing little .BEDROOM hour and- Itwdraomhoua i i l lraM Ih. lady nl the houai lessor rounded by lovely I ..ipeaalvehomea licit i tau conditioning Summer I = larger screened Florida S Sift II'.it. IIOwner
| Air conditioners and t a luminous ceding large in thaw to ..-..... Juat a.h..rt porch for
and would be happy to IIUO down WO 00 monthIf 1.14. house by lake Complete after hours eas i
| laundry nnim lentil nomtite walk lo Ih. new elemenlaryachool la acartminiaeundl
a draperies also Included in = rood credit CY61" F1RJIT '
have you and your family joinus. VORTOAUE: CORP OF wrNTf" I I rntranr ln c ir ?'mewl"; dining handy to ahoppOig, down Irrlgjtoa. entri large garage. = Joyment low down payE I '.d...", I
= the price of $18,900 To HAVEN JUT .'..m I Located ,in a quiet neighbor Uiwa and churchea rfnanrlng canbe Can t be repla'ed for 133,500 :: ment FIIA terms, Let's = Nth, farmal dmitifrtam .

5 we this today can i -- ,, Mod on .a. .d..d.ndr..t, IVrteclIn arrangad, aee H anytimejuat Terms if deaired.Beasley take a ride E ,laraa family
TAKE VP PAYIBNn|T ibii W.d. "'" T 'rracr Ju.l oil all :3H 3M. McBlroy Bulld.re ; ,
i JOHN W. HENDERSON Asso. room mod.horn.* lam bit ,I I I'Mr.'.. .rd."O; Kil A. T'nth 01 I I or OUMI tunday afternoon tat yoursAmeaten ,..'" hat flraalaM. ,
GERTRUDE BRYAN ALVIN C. DECKER. ASM. Balancr 110.961. 16I.S monthly *+ e ; I At Ihe comer ot IfUi Co. = PULSMiril I ..I.. "r...... MMkaitia. .
I not mortnaaa CY 4-1J1S or CYauu ,' Court and Avenue K. ME:: IS tr"IJun I I Realty =
Eves. Sun, CY 1055t LAKE ALFRED REALTY CO. i Fvrnlngs CY 1100:! | (art* utility

FR 21657 FR 21671 FR 21673 i :___ ii-rr SAVE $7,000 DOWN I 134 Ith St. NW t"YZ7ST = PLUS sonic .,....

; ?TOwN COUNTRY I 17.20 1- $100 DOWN I Buy. newly home dmirated HI .per I bedroommaaonary month I CY JM7I .u. I 1 1 TOWN i, COUNTRY11163dllldll daukit NOW lit Less.(DO.Friendly ACT

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= $ l 1ui1 UI 1IJI) v acuum ayalam, :d"nr IMrabl. & .....11.... .. central Mal.1I g C'ta.1I41I Ul1 lIL ULiJUIt
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i 20,23sInninl91sI9nlnuimumnglnnllnm06nuIIxO 5 (.(P ....t.,. walklnc dlala.... ALL VARNER REALTY I ores Small dwn lavm-nl with -20-3 RtliabU
I choola Owner Iranafamd. LowOowa i
| Just Listed 'try flanring IA.Io.1I NW neeina roiiimiiiitiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiHimiHiHiHiiiiiiimiiiniijI !
II I Parm.nl Aaaum Mori- 14 Sixth Street NW fall "V HIIM le.IMt 3 / ,
ana. 1110 Seventh at a B: maul Phone 293.S454 or 293.S47S Service Is the
I IM Bates
HOME Can S-47M after I W -_ .- -_. "If | 293-7700 Till ra nlof. '., .burnt arlglMhilist | Avenue SEE UNIT; APARTMENT: IIOl'lF
.. uuo iIii a. ... Ideal ('lOllin walk to LAKEFRONTHOME I
p m for k.y lo eea inix.1-bed ,, ', RuU.WARREN
roams ..
3 l-bath ,, Hugh t I 'hw i"" ihIlKhl .
bom. NW Mctlon so\ 22nmlallllnmlanllllnt8SnpmnmNIIvtttltIIt s everything location 2 With basement
Furnished .
1 Home For I "I.' !II.i,| ,, Its >lnulal ". PRICE Large corner
--- s mail .e 'Inl" I mg' ,-'-'-'-'-'-'- .. price MSoO, .m'l 'U.IHfcea.l.
The Limited Budget : ) 'and (iat/.1' Cu," i m gunk 'n = hardwood floors excellent REDUCED. Mud sell Don't
miss this deal
OPEN HOUSE balh I'nnlu' kiKh.n with tarbr
i 1l I Oaks II ,|'". .,iiil range ,,n ai Inland with = condition and avail Home Ind Income lit come. fifdJ

385 E. COLUMBIA !l Thla is a rest buy! $1750 Stately I "Im|,,-. tan li, H-r.onrd hood Mora pall ''.n A all bargainal room. E able on low down payment from 114500, to 111.5HO !i I lit served CallWright ,"' ''4)16)CIUJIW:

i nicely furnished home and COLONIAL STYLING Hi,.u/>anlIHIIW 'nl II" " I Ixx-ilfd Chain of Lakes I KCfKKL. MallorAiwxIiUi '
U the total price for the Aum '.alai, III" rap .y' war innt fall on R. DeesReg.
1 In Lake Alfred II4.NDSOME INSIDE t I" r" "" 'I I 'I l I 10 this home onilits of I BR
extra corner lot. The home
II tra. ,..
AND OUT Real Estate Brake
PAIL SMITH tile bath. Florida room living
consistS of 2 BR bath
ForFamily Lake Alfred W, H. McRf/MU CY I.tUt
FK Iim
I| SATL'RDAY AND SUNDAY i iDa room dining room Drive by 2030 14th Street E Fvenlnfs CY 20002I and dining room and i Melds .
U"I 20.33AU. Whitley CY I MM
v I chen with breakfast NW and I know will large patio The yard U ex- ,

t I 900AM.600PM.: : i I and a hobby shop want to lee the you Interiorof TOWN d COUNTRY J lit nice with a sand beach ,I ....._ **>r* HOME: WUrjia M. H..... CT -7in

is shallow well lawn and pin For more In/or- 1 .tn. 2 INba. WMl1 IIv pew ci.ff nr ma
New a for this .
| Three Bedrooms I centrally heated :111.ttCJ I' IM Mlteh.n a51 ......., III.

I Two Baths Fla. Room Irrigation., For No qualifying additional and cooled home. Detailsof Q4[_ I nation call l ". utllllr, moo. UtthimlMw..",.oil.nwnmjjjBy .... 2300 12th St.. NW
Extra Large Corner Lot necessary l construction and finish
i,I i JAiU'llllimiHIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHINiHIIIINMIIIIIHIIIlii20' '' I Zella Pearson ; landanaad Om.lde
Information call: j jZtlla are excellent A home to / I .. bee "Uf *"* Mw SPACIOUS HOME IN

j Near Schools i Feirtoi I II' be proud of. For an appointment I I 'LEIS BROS. 1459 Srhnal rwWN| .... tal a...4.rhaq.IIONTJ CHOICE LOCATION

1 I to see, call I'y ..I...
,I $14.300 $SM DOWN BROS.I I I n.THEY r I'rlce led1....1 from f IS UO I*
i LEIS ELEANOR IGLEIURT Jrl serum trim IM .road IS UO Situ M., NW I.' '''' IIA ft Jlvlaa a'ea a-Br

i j GEO. MILLER BLDG. Eve*. S... CY 4-1112 Lash. tab I bndt .,_, lens- lam TOO lEFT Whiter 'llavra, Hi.k 1 flour.tiled L.R.baiha.U large rH with the
Realtors sly rnt iting I' '" diningm n"inieMnil f m with hr.piei.
I I ? 1I1I1I'y' rest tal Ii I 294.3121Eae kllch.at pit., kMMdrr room wurh.
A food fanny Home 120 Lisp Street NW | I tie builtTr 'In wall air condinUarge ",".. We have completely sold II ewe WO 7-1711 This U hop i I car cartree. lifetime 'r.1'
TOWN really your lucky Mb. sets .lot IW
I IJOHN COUNTRY r ahadH lit kn hrt day a
It II t W HENDERSON !, (Opposite Norta Gale) (. win built n apt ".....,.. Imlrliwall 1, out la Leisure Shores eiccpt w your family can fit Into one wall t'Y A fie :: "-J.:17 I'"all
OWNER Illhitadil / hunt r.(rtrrHi"r and fr.r for these two delightful I of these Bmidrr .r IITIwr
I i mimEve. 1rrmrr I I IC't '1',1110 with .m.. dawn wrnM, home J.mM. closeout drill' -- ....-

v WILL BE LOOKING A 8... WO 7-nil S.1I411 Jll! l U! JU n 'iTi
I M Calk U... 2021 LEISURE DRIVEbedroom. t. IN NOW a .t t.... 1119 ray I Grove Drive out hut a half la and atMne furaltur* fore
FOR YOU 20 24
.".1 want Ii '" 'n a J had mile east of l'ypree. ...< nil after S UO |> m <'1 a-IM
-,-,-,- ,I 1'1 ,
I Commercial
iimmiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiCHAIN -' 2 bath (brick> "r"ii .h hMO wnr 'tm.nlo on State Rd. MO !*...
e I Sell rtwrnlh i ran or phone -
IncomeI This home bas a spacious 'IIIX'K H- ytoKMKBw'IhySNTI1M'KN 2MMIT or 2WM3I: p S.ABLE J-Br
living, dining area that A '<> ANrlrNn ; I KEYlBw
.. .. HOMES
A WkindaGracious Il-M -AUOATKf .
opens through sliding 133amlm2mlmae3mmmMlemn2IsOS iii.... ........ II' H_
B z.t I glass door onto a 1C a U' I Lakefront "1wia.Up u4 Ltte .
aluminum screened ", HBAI.: ESTATE
41 _
,.. CY -llll
113t w II.. .." porch. There la a shallow I: I Tract!II! ....54.3
1 i
well a big help i
........ la keeping the yard as One of the few available wall 'l<2., MaiW lIurn.pr nvieith 11,111 Smelled, 11V
Living i
-'"' I
9 beautiful is It Is BOW, 1 donated lou with 20 fruit trees W MI *Aa MrEv.ew, :a feW fall fTf Sues,

2914' .fora be .Sing .UII pot..tuiwo.f (1AHr; iVLAKEFRt 5 on It. Ideal for ipUt level borne, _. 1f.Qct.- Id
$500 00 down
......" soda .lura'.513'I Mirk HONE = 1C section
Alpo, ,1.14 tau equity w/11", 'u telwera I likes. i
nix lat..1 al a.....III llarartali 2000 14 W, 21st St e I Centrally heated and air | ;
ailed' L i M dianaai all ..' -
tile detail.. of Ma PHI n... u' pool. 1 bedroom 2 bath (brick conditioned. | Beasley Realty Co. 12.040 square feet of beau =

"l'."".If 7704re money wort 'r... This home la a little A den and bath for ire | 'M Mb 04.. NW IT I.HIT 1 tifuiy lindu-iped and =
... larger this the above 1
of the 1IouJe"The s 41Immaculate maintained residential
... .,.n ........ steal) built ao eitra large living man -. real
&eIe&e ph-id 0_. = estate graced by a HQ
OF LAKES Lw.a ,ifneia. ..war room that opens up "s cowl luiurwiM ass = runtom.butf1! home la Alrondrtion

...taII1. MWII$. IwNeMrre. Into the tffftag and built- ler b4room you ever 5 1 2 bedrooms, I
II....... r.otnortlaa 3
I iaraw.ac.ll in G E. kJttbeo. .,.' FLORIDA ROOM = Home 1 full tile batia-Ilr condltionvd -

1596 N. LAKE SHIPP DR. ''' r..' formal and tfl/ora. kitchen built.laa

I' $200 Dowa $112 Mo. al I dining room.' ANt n Plus Income secluded rrir patio

CUSTOM BUILT ... I The above home (I) bas 3 real w why ,.,.,...* InIn 1 area for those relating

t been used aa model and living room Recentlyreduced WaJkteg dIatuct to ake*> momenta owners leavng .

Carpeted 3-.B8' 2 Baths \- w la an eiceptlonal bargain tu 122M. ply areaa wad eburchM 1 < for Europe aooa.

at the prkw real anion ka MM*. Drive by Ml 1Mb Street =
A RARE OI''OIt'nJlltffrYTo |
Fireplace Screened Porch Garage 'j htt nipbogteoThis tofrMlaw NL then till for appoint

Private Beach ft Other Feature Dock ft Boat Lilt Florida OeTelopment :: Ser rataLEAVOR I t vahtttl, CHrtowT Rest to gee thli eictlleat
Can for
AsrtlMr .
LEISURE SHORES i Maim value at 3$1,300.P.ILT. .
& Inreitraent Corp. : ICLflltRT:: i UI&

OPEN HOUSE Charts' Qiupp iCY Ewes: A .... CT 4 rl2 s 8MmiEveaUgs
Walter J Coteaaa ReaHor
LEIS IT 2-3t 2
TODAY 2'Tii6 49* Cyprrti Gardens R-1 SE 3-1388 i iOUT

I ,sl'a'w TOWN i. COUNTRY! Realtors :TOWN COUNTRY :

BEASLEY REALTY CO. f| I I rrrn 294 U61 I Old ST, TORN NO1TH I :: 2" fiI'MI! I 1314 Ib" et. mr

294-1112 I II Mill TO UISUII IHOHS = C't301141 I GJ 1.jjll.wUIiU) Co".Me Nee* fi 4a) g'3 ._

9J4 Sixth St. N.W. cr MIST M& MOOU HOWL i j skan

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((13)) Real Eitat For Salt ((14-A) Lets I A..... r ; MARK3ETS IXlntxx

Up To -LOTS- ..u'f
BTrade sc 3 Lots on 27th St NW for .... { '+ ><
ALSO 20 lots In Wahneta ..
,, ,
Why portion*' ha".I1"' | i I "< '
Tfadi hom" 'a>, 'h''" ... HaMMteA t :
)ntii ,IIM unit iFll I,, Re ,
wimdorriil' iMwilou. 'lakrh"n'! "" "
on the Chain <>C l-allr /M 0" Realtor NV'"il' ;i
"'. lull' ,:'
lion S Inim' ..
family K, ..MI. formal dlnlni. ,""u'' 241 3id St.. SW ...1IM ,.
llvliu i""in' c.ntral l heatconditkn \ J
HT on In a I IIlKhtful ('. W. HARRISON. ASWKX _
I I.K ai Ion a m 0 n it 111'" i ihome.
kith'u affnrda.lull "I l '.rahants '' Lake Wiles .... n1Pp
dl.hHH.h,'r bulll Inn f'-i' -
a'I 'Leave dntmry behind In this" ...
world of ciiiu"Mili-ncn. Th' innplatorac '' .. .
!t. a trend ffwlun Tin ..
I' --- ------- : LYKES' SUGAR CREEKSMOIED ..
:couplr: nerda a mall. home. w I h''I tr 's"wa ... .
trade Inquire today.Beasley '.

Realty Co.I ACREAGE .. ....:::-
... .I., ::.: )
1V4 Acres on Canal 11000. 10% ) )
134 6th St., NW Down. ttf per month, 9%. Int7H il' iillii: II I 1gIi
CY 3-2757 CY 3.21111 :: !

--.BUILDERS Con.truimn 11IAD. nets-1NTram. A0' paved Acres road.partially cleared M ''':J'iiii :;!!;L.ii.;"ri''k: :;:: -

8. NW Balann' of 1Ii4r. ".2)(1) al
(45 p.r month rail Run .Arrr Develupm.nt 700 Acres, unimproved pastureland
Cor"111I. 16.70(13A :
at $150 per Acre.

( ) GrovesWe 8 Acres 25% Down $45 per .
month Total tt... lb.

213471 or CY :3-7700
Call and give u. your lifting on REALTOR
your groves ,
20-22 : ..!"
Nettle R. Hamilton X. !
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241 3rd St.Realtor, SW ".7564 Commercial Lot Swift Premium Ring Style

50 x 150 Ft. located on Ave. C, C POLISH SAUSAGE
Lake Wales 34643 SW. Across from Exchange ...,, 1-Ib. 1 0 PRICES EFFECTIVE
Bank Parking lot Wide newly ctn. a
..10t paved street with alley entrance lb. 79c MON., TUES., WED.,
In rear. For sale by owner ,
SEPT. 21 22 23 1964
Swift's Premium Sliced ,
(14.A) Lots& Acreage Phase CY 3-1771 After I P.M.or '' elt *' Limit 2 per customer with WINTER HAVEN STORES ONLY
of $3. 5's .A COLD CUTS
Edna Watson Realtor CY purchases or moss s' '
4 414(.
-Various AcreageWe I 6-TF a. 4.0%. 39C Ioo1oo

have a listing of acreage I pkg. J"( Green
from 160 to 2,000 acres Callus RKHIDBMTUL LOT If... auc .5' '!t (Pepprom, Thuringer, Party Salami) I ...Sill cwaaa..
for further details .ton In Ny1. 'I 8011 aaahllm liJ y Sarasota Brand Chipped
I' iil :79 ..TP'tanl I $ BUFFERIN StampJ
Nettle R. Hamilton or t 60-ct bot. ;
---- .
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Realtor 3 3-or. $1
241 3rd St., SW 293 7564 Nicest Lots Tongy pkg.

C. W. HARRISON ASSOC. Tomato Juice . . . .tan 32-ox. 19 Small Cocktail Sis*
Lake Wales 3-3643 On Brisk Flavored WHITE SHRIMP ....01nrXexTRAm50

-20. Chain of Lakes /4Ib. $1( Green Stamps]
LAKE KOMALIK: ,, Lip ton s Tea . . . . pkg.Hunt's 45' lb. 49 I ..."'1..............._...
Select location in
1 neigh
10(10 n lakefront mil .I I i iAbsolutely 1' Cutex Nail Polish Remover \
beautiful' Yu. 'nr' ,: borbood of fine homes Plain or IodizedMorton's
$60009 TERMS: HUN now J'nbl lovely shade tree 0 dairy specials 3.2-ot. sis* 39c plus fox
Hrarliin your money(Vntcr S>v ( V i:mwihi' building\ I la'Ih, 'r, 115' on street and Salt . . 2 % .. 27 phis./dpAl.I .""4 sntr. W..... a.a4. Do teat .'
Ird SI. NW or phon Ml-I Ml! law lake x 200' deep ..
-only.- --- 13, $11.300. Assorted Flavors StgoDiet Cream (Cheese 2 !;;.. 25OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

JRIZONJWarmfll Valley So x lOll h\"ni.. .funOrande au', 2. Excellent gently slopIng Drinks re,. frozen>l foods
fur trailers or honipK (095\ ,termsOrowln t ,,,, elevation to like . . . . 4 cons $1 01nrXeXTRA"11:1o
communlt l-n l hrv. Minur M ld C ncantraraLimeade ...
rhuriCarlion Rmll)' H.x T oak treegood Siesta (Bonus Jar> 6
Trmp. Aril 211-I location 17900. 6 ;.' 69 J"( Green
--- Instan Coffee 5-o. $j05 MortoVi F....* (tl Mr .II> nt I ...."..-.-
. .
Hand Cypress Estates LEIS BROS. . . tar Donuts 3 70 1' $1 SWIFT1
Lot No. 144 approximately t":>' 1100 SUtk fit, NW HEINZ SAUCE '' 2 8-ox. pk,
I irM W d a *
ISO' Would someone phasl'mike
(OppMlt North Gals) 'O
an offer on this lot This N
lady has lost her husband and t!iSWEve. rag 37 ''Ih'
now lives In New York and A SUB. IM-ZSU bot. 'i/Itn;. ..
desperate! needs to sell I'. -.01nrXeXTRA"11:1o
Colo ChicUen Ports t\\ "

For further Information contact PET FOOD .., MAXWELL HOUSE .....; 'Z; I J"( Green.i.IAIk4owN..alw'aw.h'i Stamps i

Nettie Realtor R. Hamilton DAILY ADVERTISING 2 6.0%. 27c t INSTANT : : .' ALL FLAVORS JELL0B4

cons __ -Y. reg pkgs. 45c
241 3rd St., SW 293-7564 -GET RESULTS- Colo Liver & Chicken or Kidney & Chicken +o\\, / rw: :
n n n A A A A A A n
Lake C. W.Wales HVRRISOV. ASSOC.3-364S TRY TilE LOW COST PET FOOD ,. __ COFFEE ". y y oooO

.20 SERVICE: DIRECTORY 2 6.01.cons 33c L ,,?:, -50mE.. lAA 050

------ Soap Pods ,,: ,;,,..... IZ! J." Green St

BRILLOlarge tam: O-oz. 99C led elttwa." er/1. ..._...
3-oi. jar 79c
2 7 C .. ... .
I. w. a* t n IM4
r r6d pkg.Western ..p Limit 1 per customer with 'tttr'

r t Ham, Cheese, Mushroom punhoses of $3. or more OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVOO

50me.. TaAm50reg.
,yta tto
pkg; 59c '' ,,a : ( J" Green
t, .
to toA I .4**la atnaaa..
4 INSTANT stampJ
6'' \ ; $1.59
i w dG N1 t..ina w.... ....

'J < down proflticc lane '

r Crisp Pascal Celery 505O1: ,

Mb w DETERGENT SPECIAL .. Jfll Green Stamps! I
.. ..
_;. Block Flog Roach & Ant Bomb
a happy difference LUX '' 0' M-oi. sise 79c

you can enjoy every day stalk 1 Oe Bv .Vvv-v ; I.4

FREE at Morrison'sMorrison's LIQUID ''

4' -'-- A PLEASURE
VERY EVENING makes eating out with your IttS&$$Rai.u .

Children 12 end audit 'family 'fun! Especially for your wife : no o:, i
with Birintt flan mt'|*l 1spsul cooking! And your children wit get a big e't sie 1 f North GateShopping.
kick out of choosing their own food< (with r s Center

3/4 Lb. your help, of course.) Best of all you +: .
relax enjoy wonderful food together.
SIRLOINSTEAK Firmly mealtime fun...that's a (MM*
inference I you can enjoy at Mef S& 's. Southeast Plaza
d '
r.t Shopping Center

NOIAAKINOAOtIM$1.19, I I II-I @ insect problems? use ,- assorted styles assorted strained

/ pest guard shelf paper marcal paper napkins I gerber's baby foods

Downtown: W. Central at tad St.. N.W. :3.*.. notii jy, I 2 ,, 25 21 6sr:. 2320...-.'. 29 6 -;:' 65'F1



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'THE VIRGINIAN' HANDS The six regular co-tan( of Wednesday 90-mlnute Western
FAMILY Wln.omeDebbyWat.onlnmlddyblou.e)
adventure colorcast pose for a group picture at the show starts Its third feaaon. Gathered about
I plays a jet-propelled teenager whodrlveaher family to distractionIn
Lee Cobb (seated, center) are: Roberta Shore, Clu Gulager, Doug McClure, Randy Boone and the 'Karen' segment of '90 Bristol Court' new 90-mlnute I

James Drury. situation comedy starting Channel S. The family:Mary LaRoche,"
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A PROBLEM Frank Aletter tart with Cara
Williams In "The tara Williams show new hall -hour situation I
comedy series which debuts Wednesday, Sept 23 on Channel.

'BONANZA The four Cartwrlght take a momentary
breather before embarking on their sixth season, colorcast /'I.. .
I Sundays. The co-stars are, If anybody doesn't know, Pernell ..t I'ilf ".,,,, )
Roberts (Adam), Michael Landon (Little Joe), Lorne Greene '
(Ben), and Dan Blocker (Host). "" >

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role, Ed Ames plays his half-breed Indian friend, Mlngo, and THAT'S IT PAL Jackie Cleason points out the Miami Beach Auditorium, where his
Albert Salmi portrays his frontier sidekick Yadkln in "Daniel comedy variety series, "The "
Jackie GluIIShow! The American seen* Magailne, will
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Sunday MORNING Sept. 20 rs ,

Marine Radar
7:30- TV Gospel r Q
7:45-N.w': W'fher News Singing Time

Oo-LlfJht Time The Story Gospel Gospel Singing
I5-U"infJ Word The Story Caravan Caravan
:3O-Chit.ph.: Kids' hble Gospel Gospel 5'"fJil
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t:00-It Con Happen Sunday Morn: Jim end Jesse Faith for Today
f:IS- T* You Ing Movie Jim end Jesse Faith for Today
'ilO-Tkit Is "Renchoo TV Gospel Time WTYT Church
:4&- Th. Life Notoriout TV Gospel Tim Services; _

10:00-L.p Unto Mel Ferrer Word .f Life Lamp Unto
10:15My Foot M. Dietrich Word .f Life My Feet
10:3o-L.ok Up Chi.'oh. The Big Picture Look Up
10:45end Live Living Word The Big Picture and Live

11 :00-Camera Three This I It The Life First Baptist Comoro Three
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lllJO: -CBS Specie! History In First. Baptist Foe The
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AFTERNOON THREE CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF A JOKE This trio, two Jacks and a Joker back

OO-U.. of Florida Florida The Story Florida to back, is what NBC calls its winning hand for Friday nights this winter They all open this
12:15- Football Minds .1 Wok The Story Football week, each In his fashion. Anyone who can't Identify them needs to stay home more during
12:30Fl.. VI. SMU Great Music Davy I Goliath 5MU ".. Fl.
12:45-NFL: Football From Chicago Social Security NFL Football prime time. I

I OD-NFL: Football Great Music Herald of Truth NFL Football
1:15- Baltimore VI. From Chicago Herald of Truth Colts VI.
1:10-: Green lay Baseball Issues I Packers Sunday Highlights/
1:45-NFL Football Baseball Answers NFL Football

2:0D-NFL Football Baseball Discovery 'u' NFL Football 12 (6) 03) FLORIDA FOOT- weaned by a mother racoon. to bloster a man's self-confi
2:15-NFL Football St. Louis ,. Discovery 64 NFL Football
BALL. Coach Ray Graves gives (PREMIERE) dence, Little Joe teaches him
2:30-NFL: Football Cincinnati Bronce Fool. NFL Football
2:45-NFL: Football Baseball ball Hilites' NFL Football the highlights of the game between 8:00 (6) 03) ED SULLIVAN how to handle a gun. Guy
SMU t Florida. with Ray Bloch and his orchestra. Stockwell guests. (PREMIER)
IOD-NFL Football Baseball AFL Football NFL Football 12:45 (6)) 03) NFL FOOT- Guests: The Beatles; Georgia 9:00: (9) MOVIE. "The Vik
1I5-NFL Football Baseball Boston .1 NFL Football BALL. Colts vs. Packers Brown and Tessle O'Shea; ings" with Kirk Douglas Janet
I.ID-NFL Football. Baseball Saw Diego NFL Football. 1:30 p.m. (8) BASEBALL. St. Frank Gorshln, comedy Impressionist Leigh, and Tony Curtiss.
1.45-NFL Football Baseball AFL Football NFL Football
Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati ; Fred Kans,magic- 10:00 (8) ROGUES. "The Day
4:0D-Th. Great Baseball AFL Football Insight Reds. tan; McCaU and Brill, comedy They Gave The Diamonds
4:15- Adventure Baseball. AFL Football Insight team, and Wells and the Four Away." Charles Boyerposesasa
4ID-Th. Great TlA AFL Football Original A", .. 2:30 (9)) BRONCO FOOTBALL Fays, acrobatic tumblers. (R) scientist who has Invented a
4:45- Adventure TlA AFL Football four Hour HIGHLIGHTS machine that makes perfect gem
8:30 (8) stones.
5:0O-CIS The
Sport TlA AFL Football Twentieth
1:11- Spectacular TlA AFL Football. Century 5:00 (6) CBS SPORTS SPEC Jose and House Detective Glick 11:15 (8) MOVIE. "Attack"
1ID-OlfJillll A", .. College Bowl AFL Football Biography TACULAR try to avoid donating blood to the Jack Palance, Eddie Albert,Lee
1:45t.u Hour College Bowl AFL FootballE./ Roosevelt) Red Cross blood bank drive Marvin. Moving drama of
6:30 (9) MORAL ISSUES OF among hotel employees. (PRE- cowardice and heroism duringthe
NIGHT OUR TIMES. Discussion topicIs MmE). Battle of the Bulge In WWII
"Can The Civil Rights Law 0956)
,:00-Tko Twentieth M..t The Press TIA News, Sport Work?"
4:1S- Century Moot Tko Press TIA Weather t:00 (6) 03) LINCOLN CENTER 11:30 03) MOVIE. "On Moonlight
e:30-Mr. Ed Debt Gilli. Moral Issues Battle Line DAY. Second In a series of Bay" with Dot'Is Day and
o:45-Mr. Ed Dobi Gillit of Our Times Battle Un* 7.30 (8)) WONDERFULOF five broadcasts commemorating Gordon McRae. A comedy with
"The Hound that
COLOR. the anniversary of the open- plenty of nostalgic singing,
7:0o-t."I. R.'. and Ouie end Lassie Thought He Was A Racoon," York's Lincoln
Ing night of New dancing and laughs, set in Indiana -
7:15-L.,1. Myrealene Harriet Lassie adverture tale telling
an for the Performing Arts. to World War I
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11:45-.1. I Gladys Jeopardy Missing. Links Pat. I Gladys 9.00 03)) THE LUCY SHOW,

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12:00-L.: .f Life Say When. Father News. Weather 9.30: (8)) MOVIE "How To
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Huckleberry Hound; Friday, Peter Potamui Frank Sinatra, and Sophia have their own half-hour television
Loren. The epic story of band show every week. They
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REPAIR \ that will convince everyone that 9:30 (6) 03) PETTICOAT \ I. /
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7:00-Th. Show Death Valley Cheyenne Vacation
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II::45- the Stars Tonight Show L.t. Show Night Movie Carolyn Jones. Story of a dedicated -- -..--
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Thursday Night KAYE SHOW, comedy-variety 11:45- Philadelphia Gord..I..d. Hopper .Baseball
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guest stars. (PREMIERE) I 5-.10.11 I Hi-Time TlA Milwaukee ..
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7:1 I- and Fishing hi Stop Glenn Reeves Maverick vs.
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