Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086748/00194
 Material Information
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: October 15, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00194
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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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Mercury, Most: Extensive Change

Since Original IntroductionThe

Inches 1965 Mercury, three new power steering system with lion or door lock "upside arated vertically b) open black- inch displacement engine for
longer and more luxurious Integral gear design and new down. and bright rectangles. The tall- greater durability and smoother

,.. than in 1964, presents power steering pump. Wheel diameter lamps are superimposed with performance. These include
most extensive change to the is Increased from 14 to The horizontal grillework over the Improved radiator coolnv,
i 26-year history of the oar. 15 inches, contributing to better Continental lenses, repeating the stylingtheme new oil filler cap with two.d

Conceived, developed and craft braking and longer brake lining Fulfilling its of the parking tights. stag filter and oil mist separates .
ed In the Lincoln role a* the In
Continental life. Low-profile tire lengthen dustry's The Continental emblem is centered and a new six blade earn i.
tradition, the new pacesetter In design
Mercury tire llle. deck. speed aluminum fan
and on the broad rear for
brings to the medium-priced the Lincoln air
iAN field new standards of comfort A new emergency signal system Continental for 1966 show*progressive conditioned car. A 42 amp)
decorator Interiors alternator Is
which Custom standard, ant '
and engineering puts and rear refinements to its "
Even In Its styling the excellence. parking light on a flasher classic styling.A offer a combination materials amps standard with air condi

ENTIRELY NEW APPEARANCE and ">ejor! mechanical! .dv.nce tor 1965 resembles the Mercury cycle, Is available tor all mod- host of Improvements in and good taste. Trim tionlnf. More stainless steel u

tented In 1965 for the Mercury Comet the world1 durability eh.mpion.are tf.w Continental with its Lincoln clean els. Another safety feature is a engine, chassis and body attain Include a new largo cloth anda used In the mufflers, offering
I front end sheet ) mechanical switch mounted for the 1965 Lincoln Continental knitted moire fabric, in addition greater resistance to cor
mete Incorporates vertical classic look of on
headlamp which elegance
II. ere set off to .dr and to wool broadcloth and roslon. New universal
vantage by the new grill.' Com.t' now electrical system includes In alternator II formality. The new Mercury the the brake pedal arm which turns new standards In readability, new low luster leathers and seals are among JOIn!
hat on stop lights when the reliability and Improvement
a car passenger com
at.nd.d. Pictur.d U the' C.Ii.nte two-door 123-inch wheelbase
Comet's three aeries for' 1965. hardtop, on. Of 1 II 1 models in Mercury 218.4-lnchei in over-aU length, is decelerates. fort. Front wheel disc brakes vinyls. greater made to durability.the drlveshaft! for

and features' are standard equipment.A .
new frame design, Mercury again offers Its hus- Lincoln Continental again offers -
new hood
front and rear suspension with slightly raised a four-door sedan and the Transistorized
I'I'I and key 390-cublc-lnch displacement center Ignition I is op
I'I I rigid body construction. V-8 engines as standard long, classic panel emphasizes the only four-door convertible built tlonal for 196S. It Increases the
front line of the
The Mercury will be available in all models. They are teamed Lincoln Continental. in this country. For additional reliability and durability of the
in a broad with standard formality and the limousine Ignition system by lengthen! ,
I selection of 15 three-speed mounted g
I models in three series. Monterey manual transmissions, three- signals in parking the light and turn look, a vinyl covered sedan the life of the distributor break.

I'f Montclair and Park Lane speed automatic and four-speed the blade-Ilk leading front fenders edgesof root Is offered In three new er points and the spark plucs.
There will be manual transmissions colors- -brown, blue and ivy
six roof lines, to suit set off the fresh new front end
"". Including the Breeze way four- all driving conditions and drivers gold- -In addition to black and Premier Motors will show the
appearance. The
grille is recessed -
." '11 white. 1965 Mercurys and
\ foor sedan preferences. Continental
again unique In the Horsepower
: slightly, with the center
l__ .,; ;.,I. 1 Industry Other root lines are ranges from 250 to 330. higher portion thrusting forward In at Southeast Plaza.
'fooil the conventional two-door and performance optional engineof theme with the crisp hood. The Many engineering
Into Lincoln -
are Incorported
M tour-door sedan, a formal four- 427 cubic Inch displacement die cast grille Is composed of 430-cublc-
door hardtop, a two-door fallback Is available with two four- continuous horizontal bars sep SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
hardtop, plus the conver barrel carburetor It Is rated

Uble and the station wagon. at 425 horsepower. I .

.. .I d119I The appearance An Interval
of the Mercury selector windshield
t16y ---. i ,,,, .! which Is unlike any predecessor wiper which provides SEE

tI model, Is dominated termittent action for light rain.
by slim blade.Ilk. front fenders and contlnous wiper action for

and flat, uncluttered tide downpours is standard on the

panels, similar to the Continen Montclair, Park Lane and Colony

I.I ri.v. 11./tM tal. Slender parking lights the Park and optional on other

'I. extreme edge extend from models. An adjustable tilt

PACESETTER IN DESIGN and bumper to fender top. Tall, steering wheel Is available as a
craftsmanship, the Lincoln
grnv! nfinomtnti Continental shows pro. vertical taillights frame the driver convenience.
to Itt
classic styling in its 1965 model. A hOlt wide, clean
Improvement In lid
so that
engine! chassis end body attain for the Lincoln Continent! standards the crisp rear Interiors are styled to match
I new In ro.dbl-! appearance com
ity, reliability and passenger comfort. Front wheel, due brakes ere standard. Interior plement. the frontal styling the exterior in attractive
are luxurious end tasteful, supporting its reputation character. fabric and vinyl, with leather
door convertible li offered II America'i preitia car A four a* a Park Lane option. The teel-
f g addition to the four-door sedan pictured above. tog of
If I.I Better balanced road stance spaciousness Is heightened
is obtained by Increasing tread by Mercury's swept-away

to 62 Inches, up one Inch in Instrument panel containing a
Plymouth Adds 14 Models front and two Inches in rear. full rang well-organized and

I I' New front and rear suspensions clearly identified control and
improve readability. The drag gauges in a generous padded

!I I 'Offers 60 Models For 1965- the strut compliance front front wheels suspension fore and aft permits when rectangular A deep-well housing trunk I. gained

r In the most significant change engines road surface encounter. The uneven by mounting the gas tank vertically -
I In automobile marketing in re. Of the 14 additional models angular lines to accent the car's suspension Is a new coll spring Room Is created for an
cent years, Chrysler.Plymouth eight are greater' size. There Is a full cushion-link design additional two-suiter, and It Is
convertibles station which
Division of width grille with dual easier to load because the
Chrysler Motors softer
wagons, and hardtops, reflecting than the leaf
Corporation has added 14 models the trend toward speclal.purpose mounted vertically (at maximum spring formerly used in the trunk sill Is lowered 5.4 inches

to its Plymouth line tor 1963, passenger ear*. width) in the front fenders. The Mercury Mercury for 1965 is so new ..
making a record total! ot60 mod. The performance-mlnded grille texture Is fine, bright that even the key were changed. /
ela in four lines. buy. aluminum with horizontal bar Important Improvements in The teeth on both sides of the -
er will
The available special extending steering Include a reduction in Mercury key are" Identical /
new lineup gives Ply. high across the center (be.CHRYSLER'S so
mouth complete performance engines for overall steering ratio and a that it can by put Into the Ignlenglnes -
representation each of the Valiant, Barracuda LlNCOLN.MERCURf'
In the compact (Valiant), inter Belvedere and Fury lines, a, -. -- by / II
( ), low-price, move which will enable owners
full-size car (Fury), and sports to equip any model to the per.
fastback (Barracuda) categoriesthe formance level of his choice. at

price range in which 14 There are five engines available

per cent of all American pas. for the Fury line, seven for the

linger cars are sold. Belvedere, and tour for the Vail SOUTHEAST PLAZA
Fury series Is complete. ant and Barracuda. Hlgh-perfor. CENTER
ly changed in
everything but its mance engines are available for
great name, with a longer (119. each line '.lsit

Inch) wheelbase, wider front and Two engines are new to the Thurs. Fri. Sat. Ocfe 15fh,16th,17th

rear tread, and greater overall Plymouth line the Commando -
width. The new Fury sedans are 273-cublc inch high-performance

the longtsUwheelbase Plymouth V.8 for Valiant, and smoother, .
sedans ever produced. Large quieter-running version of the .,
new Fury station wagons are on high performance 383 cubic r-'D'

al2J.1nch wheelbase.Jn addition .Inch V.8, designed to run on --4..
to gaining In size, the Fury regular fuel, for the Fury.
series' has been Increased in to.

tal n-jdels from 10 last year For 1963, all cars in the
to 22 In 1965. Plymouth line ordered with auto }jWednesdoy

This largest addition to model matte transmission will be /lag

availability In Plymouth's his. equipped with a new column.

tory was described as "neces. mounted shift lever. It has an

easy to meet the expanding de. illuminated selector dial In a

mand for variety" P.N.Buck quadrant over the sterrlng col.

minister, general manager of the umn. Models equipped with con.
Chrysler Plymouth Division soles will have Integral shift
"With our wide variety of styles control.

and sizes for 1963, we are con. The 22 new-slze Fury models /

fldent that we have something come In four different series

for everyone," he said Fury I, Fury II, Fury in, and

"In recent years, more and Sport Fury The Fury la a big YAAF. A / DA IAC i s.5IvIONTEREY
more people have been express. car, and its styling accentuates
tog their individuality In the car the size. Compared with the 1964

they buy," he said "To meet Plymouth, the Fury has a three.

this continuing trend toward selectivity Inch longer wheelbase, longer

we are providing more and wider overall, has a wider A NEW, BIGGER PLYMOUTH MAKES ITS BOW-"y" new entry In the low.
basic model and the greatest front and rear tread, has higher 1965 h"
Slt..liIf.e.irLfltUl! ?
Fury completely new
new, longer
variety of seats for .
optional equipmentwe greater comfort, and ., front and rear tread and overall
,, greater width. There
have ever offered". offers more hip room and
leg are
The Belvedere series (8 mod. room. Motorist Plymouth. Fury model In lour different series: Fury I, Fury II, Fury III and Sport Fury
choice of five
els In 1964) is expanded to 18 Lengthening and widening the cubic Inch .V.M d/ffu.nttn1tLntV ranging' In displacement from the 225

models -all except station wag. additional Fury's undercarriage provides view, .H the Fury III. two six to.J.the.. h.rdto 4 .. '6 > high-p.rform"c. V-l. Shown here are two
on. having a new overall (th stability and allows

of 203.4 inches corresponding the Increased passenger comfort tween the headlamp bank.) A 9.0:1: compression ratio.Option. in the following
to other cars In Intermediate. for family travel over America's slender vertical medallion 1* In al V.8 engines are the 383 cub.
styles: -2-door and 4-door
size car market.Belvedere Wag. new freeways. The all new the center of the grille From the lc.lnch with '.2:1 ratio;the high sedans and Yuan station 4-DR HARDTOP
ons are 208.9:! Inches overall bodies are of unit construction. aide the Fury look solid and performance 383 with wag.
4-barrel ons; 200-2-door and 4-door sed.
There will be 19 Valiants and Roof panels are stiffer and more" long Side windows are curved carburetor, special camshaft, ands, convertible and 2-ieat wag.
two Barracuda Sport Hardtops, strongly supported; doors and and have crank-operated vent unsilenced air cleaner dual "'mowOYC
ex. ons; Signet-2-door hardtop and
as last year. Two Satellite mod. quarter panels have box section windows. Th uphol.teryln.tru. basal and 10.11 ratio; and the convertible.

els, with bucket seats and con. reinforcement; there Is improv. ment panel, and steering wheels high performance 426 cubic. For the first time. Valiant
sole as standard equipment are ed corrosion protection through ar. all new.Standard. Inch with the
earns special t... owners wUl be offered a tea
added at the top of the Belve. body design to keep corrosive engines for the Fury lures and 10.3:1 compression tory Installed air conditioning

dere series. Among the 60 Plymouth elements out of vulnerable cor. are either the 22S.cubic.lnch six ratio. unit. The unit will operate with ( UOSa
I 1
models, consumers will Hers and pocket .1'.... with 8.4.1: compression ratioor Basic dimension tor the 1963 either fresh or re-circulated air. De ITA nON eC00e

have a choice of ten different Styling of the Fury body uses the J18.cublc.lnch V.8 with Belvedere remain IbIS.mlS.1n The air Is cooled dehumidified

1964 with the exception of over.
Among other options available
.'all length'", which has been
re. on all 1963 Valiant models ex.
doted 3.1 Inches to 203.4
cept station wagons are a new
es. The wheelbase Is 116 Inches, Commando 273 high per.
armchair making it ideally suited for basic tormance V-8, engineoriginally ..

family market. With five mt developed tor the Plymouth Bar.

1965 SIMCA ferent optional engines, the Belo racuda, and a new Rally suspension
vedere Is the most versatile Ply.
package. These item
comfort O mouth ever produced. are described In more detail In

The new, lightweight 273.cub. the following section on tile Bu.racuda .
lc.lnch engine 1* the standard .

Belvedere V-8 la 1963. The 115- The Plymouth Barracuda, the

cublc-lnch engine Is the stand new fastback sport hardtop In.
ard 8.The.
troduced last May which seats

Plymouth Valiant has a flue and converts to a cargo

: new grille, front fenders, deck carrier, has a new Instrument

lid, tall lamps, body side or. panel but remains unchanged laThe

namentatlon and interior basic styling. Among the many
1620D new deck lid Increases the Vail new option tor the Barracuda

ant trunk capacity and also will be three bold paint stripes,
M.r4 in winter H......
changes the car' appearancewhen of the type used on competition

viewed from the rear. cars, which extend down the cen.
OVER 33 HlUi HX GALLON S-YtAH or 50,000 mil WARRANTY The new tall lamp are of we rl. let of tile deck lid, roof and hood,

I cal design. Lamps are support.ed and come la black, blue, gold,
by large circular bezel ha*. red or white to match the In. PREMIER

324 I*DRT SW. Inc clear plastl lense tor back terlor trim.Central MOTORS INC.291.T044
Premier Motors Inc. ,
up light. Florida Sale*will dts. .
Valiant tor 1M8 1* available play the IMS Plymouth line

with either 6-eylinder or Y.6 at the Auto Show,



Major Styling Changes For Pontiac Offers New Concept,

Chevrolet, Corvair This Year I 1 I

stride Chevrolet Into the take fine its lowest curved side window Convertibles Appealing Silhouette For 1965

car a.&cI I have
tempered glees rear -
With Its 1965
plus oIferlllc passenger the car.-. windows. 1; >*' c: Pontiac t Motor Invlslonofti'i .. .
of widest ... .y Beneath the new body Is an a Issssrrwera.arassliaee st ''HI ( ui vt(1 Kliss also makes cloth Morroklde and leather to
luxury model concept In jututmiiive design -MI''It' ,
tad product Wily new chassis.' A umber I P1' more efficient use of meet every need. The Bonne-
feature In and styling with the
IU ,
M-year hls- 'lute
of ville series includes the
Improvement resell \in Brougham -
tory. their 1961 models The
greater Cat \ I POIIII.Il' exclusive for IMSl Interior which
ride and handlist character option offers
There are 45 alma Star Chief and Bonne l .
model in five the irtlrulaled windshield the ultimate
Thll'-taeawheel-\ luxuary and comfort -
distinctive line of new Chevro butI\ retained The "wide vllle models all present an wipe which give a greater Offered In three colors,
let*. Of these, 20 will be"sport stance" ehat appealing silhouette\ as they are sweep area than ever before

models" convertibles and front and rear tread.give The wider frontIs longer, lower and wider on theexterior This system I I. designed to wipe Blue Charcoal Cold and Plum,
hardtop and contain more room at much higher speeds fcaa My the Brougham seat cushions and
wider by 2.2 \Inches to a
There are and lu.rlOUIirnlalll.\ ..* In the other back)
all-new ear In total width of 8S.51ncr.ee and the system The artilted are entirely covered with
interior. The combination of wiper Is standard on all Partite rich bolster cloth. Blsculted In.
Chevrolets rear 1 I. 3. inches wider to a -- -
total of 62.4 Inches styling excellence and outstand models except the Catalina ert panel are accented with
There Is
leader, moves to a new pres improved full coil The iwo Corvair Monza Sedans shown aboveare 4-Door Sedan (lop) paws In sharp contrast to the log performance whloh has which offers It M M option. deeply embedded cloth covered
tige plateau with the greatest both front and rear. related, but their appearance Is decidedly smooth continental flowing Goes of the 1965 Monxa vaulted Pontiac Into one of DM Custom detailing In roaay buttons and folding center armrest

comfort and luxury ever of A sturdy, changed. Stare Introduction In 1959 the Conair Sport Sedan. The new sedan ts 3 Inches longer andover front runners in automobile sales areas has been Introduced are In both front and rear
new on
fered. The Corvair make a frame provides the perimeter structural line ha retained a family likeness thai has not been 2 Inrhr wider; offers more roomineat and prevails again In I9<5. the new model. Wheel opening seats. Star Chief customersmay
dramatic advance with Its first substantially changed until the advent of the 1965 many mechanical Innovations. The Catalina models, the choose between cloth and
for a new strut rod moldings, staloleea Keel bodyguard
major styling change In five front suspension new link-type models The original body design of the 1964!Moon Grand Prix sports coup and aide molding and sparkling Morroklde or all Morroklde
years. all station wagons have a Itt- with a choice of eight interior
rear suspension and new chrome die ct front
Customer approved design, newparallei full-width cove that is indented for station wagons). Width con- famed ateel-nlnforced fiberglass Inch wheelbase while the Star and Nylon-blend loop pile carpetingIs
relay rear end treatment
I with significant styling refinements system.Six from sides to center house twin tinues at 74.6 inches but some body. Chief and Bonneville models are on both models
engines (one six and dveva' featured in 1MB. Large
is continued for the tallllght and license bracket. model are more than an Inch measure 1M Inches (expect the
I .) are offered, ranging In The new dice brake are around bumper are scaled to Pontiac offer a wide rang
Chevelle, Chevy n and Corvette The redesigned Corvair\ lower sport coupe height 1* Ron evllle Satarl). The overall
horsepower from 140 400 Caliper longer and dominant front
to type. They are virtually more of performance proven V-1 engines
lines The Corvette also becomes gtve.lncreaeed shoulder SS.8 Inches length of the Catalina and Or and
I and incorporating number of fade free and end sheet metal.
completelyelf and ynchromh or auto-
Prix hat
I the first American room entrance height plus been increased to M48
to provide four wheel disc car engine Improvements. Four more leg room \in the rear seat New styling\ refinement anda adjusting. They Join the Inches and the Star Chief and The beauty and luxury of the matic transmission combination
transmission are available and wider range of optional powerIs host of special mechanical features Pontiac: Interior *, Engineering. refinement
brakes as standard of sport sedan models The new Bonneville models are 211.7inches are highlighted
Among equipment.400 there 1* a total choice of 16 dash panel has recessed In- offered in the Chevy II, en- which make Corvette so long All Safari model by new color, new Instrument are evident In the IMS engine
approximately accessories teams. tering Its fourth of attracting distinctive.For .
power -
and struments. Cora and Mona year measure 117.9 Inches panel and new Interior which range In horsepower from
i, optional features Corvair, Chevrolet's popular models Including! the Monet the motorist who want 1965, Corvette offers an appointment Thirteen of Pon- lilt to 374 horsepower In addition
the available first on FM 1965 stereo Chevrolet Is mall, sports type car makes sport sedan- -have bucket seats tasteful styling, economy and additional 950 horsepower engine All the body styles for ISIS tUc'.i fifteen exterior oolor to the three and four speed

offered system the first major styling change In color-keyed, all-vinyl Inter- ease of handling. bringing Its total engine are completely new. They all are new for 1WB and they are synchronies! transmissions,
by an auto maker. An- since its Introduction In the 1960 iors. to five V8'' with a horsepower have the obvious appearance color keyed to all the Interior Pontiac offer a new Turbo
other Is a telescoping steering model year. For 1965, CorvairIs Chevy n will be available range from 240 to the fuel injection advantages of curved liaM trim materials. An instrument Hydra-MatiO transmission for
column to in models In three
give greater driving longer, wider and lower while Among new body features for seven ser equipped nil horsepower which allow the upper structure panel of all new design feature 1965. It I II optional In all pontiac
comfort for Corvairs and Cor ies. It will continue its 110- to better
offering Increased engine power 1963 engine Integrate with models,
are an Improved heater and a luxurlou.l.atfltr grained texture -
vettes. wheelbase its 182.9 Inch
It retain.1ts108.Inchwheel. defroster the lower as part of the over- highlighted\ In chrome. Gilmore Pontiac of Winter
system, ventilated 187.6 Chevrolet Center, Inc will ( (
Following length (
are highlights of wagons
base the air-colled oar design. This is -
plus particularly
the five members of Chev rear- rocker panels, flush-mounted Inches) and its 69.9 inch width. display the 1966 line of Chevrolets evident Pontiac Interior are declined Haven will shpw the 1965 Pon-
rolet's mounted engine and frame and windshield and rear windows The Is 64 at the Southeast Plait on the sport in their traditionally rich and liars Oct. lSth-17th Southeast
"family" for 1965 The sport coupe height
: with Us
Intergral body which make It unIque and coupe fast-flowing root
Improved door
top selling line Is an entirelynew among American built cars.Corvair' offer all-electric locks Convertibles inches Auto Show. durable feeble and they offer

offered the automobile most by luxurious Chevrolet.for 1965.car Fifteen It ever Is 1965 sportlness.emphasizes* Pillar model sedans lineup Increased and for mechanisms.Mechanical features Includean top Fresh a new styling grille features with single\Include .'?),,,... .7 JJ( (" ,'lil" slt'IJeS tor '65

headlamp design, a distinctive
models in tour series stress
the have been .
coupe dropped.The Improved four-wheel\ -
new roof and rear window design -
bigger Chevrolet car Is concept. The new seven new nodels are dependent suspension system and sedan models, restyl- You're looking at our most bt'ant i fnl family portrait net-
longer by more
either convertibles or two-and and a wider tread front and rear ed side
trim and
than three Inches ( to 213.1 four-door hardtop for better handling. There are full-width cove across an attractive the rear. the '65' by Chciroht. Check them ow, size them up. Thin
Inches), wider by 1-1/2 Inchesto A new top-of theline larger diameter, wider brakeson
( 79.8 Inches) and one Inch series, the Corsa- --available all four wheels. For 1965 the Chevy tt offers see your dealer about the one that's right for you.

lower (to a sport coupe height either convertible Its number of
or sport The standard engine Is M! greatest engines -
of 54.1 inches)than 1964 models.
coupereplaces the Spyder horsepower for all except six power plants (one
Interiors. otter greater roominess models. The turbocharged Corsa models. Other available four cylinder, two sires and LiLr1"T

three Inches more gins, available only In Cora are the 110 horsepower version; three V8's). The horsepower ., "
shoulder room -plus Increased models, Is increased from 150 a new horsepower. four barre range Is from 90 to 300 and \iiII' .
leg room,both front and rear. to 180 horsepower. version (standard on Cores there are three transmissions -

Floor tunnels are substantially There I II a smooth, International models all others available, Total number of pow.
optional on )
smaller. The luggage compart- flavor to the teams offered
new Corvair turbo- er Is 15.
and the lao
ment has a flat floor for easier body which is longer by three charged engine horsepower available only on # I '. }

loading. Inches ( to 183.3 inches ) than Corsa models.Three transmissions America's only sports car, ...
The all-new styling features the 1964 Corvair, and wider by the Corvette, offers another -

an entirely new look. Square more than two Inches ( to 69.7 are available Chevrolet's pace setting development for -.
front fenders sweep through the Inches ) and slightly lower The Chevells, 1MB- -disc brakes on all four --- -
newest car was a quick favorite
body Into gracefully contouredrear the sport coupe height is 61.3 with the motorist, recording wheels as standard equipment, --
quarter panels. The grille Inches. Two Sting Ray models- convertible -
300,000 sales In \its first model
is framed by deeply recessed front and .
The end slants slightly For 196J, the Chevelle line a sport coupe -
headlights. The rear deckle 1 flat forward, retaining the "no is year.expanded to 12 models in four again will be offered. The high .
with a light downward taperto grille" Corvair trademark ly maneuverable 98-Inch wheel-
series, \Including new economy
a full-width rear bumper. (signifying a rear engine). Dual series, the "300." The car will base Is continued. Corvette' Sp'xrf Corpse
Chevrolet' traditional triple headlights are recessed. Front continue Its 115-Inch wheelbase. over-all length I. 175.1 Inches,
taillights are hooded and extend and rear decks taper gently width is 69.6 inches and sport
It receives a longer, more This ', the handsomest aurtoo.. Everything: about it smacks off
one year'
back from either side of the downward. Rear roofllnes are coupe height I I. 49.6 Inches. ft**
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In 65' Buick Styling Dominated "'.. .

Riviera Look Of Me:
By;, The Classic

The toflu M* of Riviera stylIng ed by Riviera because of the outstanding ..r.... I
ftMfctrlac snore sloping>> roof success of Ms sportscar Each series has Its own addition! m
lines longer, lower hoods, introduced by ButeklnlMJ. grille bumpers and other Identification taken agains
norteaod rear decks and higji- All regular-sUed models-- to give It its own M Army recn
Crown rear tenders, dominated Electra 225, Wildcat and Le- individuality. a where 84 p-
the of sabre have all new, Wid-
thecae of the new line All models have nameless .y stricken andyear
1981 8WeU. er bodies with curved side glass. Power operated ndlo
Baltic's trend towards sport- glass. By repositioning the rear ,antennas are located on the rear
bees In design M exemplified wheels in these models, several fenders of the LeSabre, Wild In addition
In its Riviera Is more evidentIn Inches of additional pusen- cat and Electra models Sen Francis
two-door models In the Wild ger room has been gained both There will be 39 model In the been directl
cat and LeSabre series, with front and rear. 1965 Buick line, Including blxln the post and
their long eloping roof lines. There are many INS innova- the Special and Special Deluxe Investigationarea
classic Riviera tions In the Bulpk line won as
However the series; four In the Skylark;seven cases v
styling Is very evident throughout the disappearing headlamps different LeSabres;ten Wildcats
the entire 1868 line. ed in the Riviera.When not In op- ; seven Electra, and the Maj.] Gen.
The Wildcat, with a three- peratlon the headlamps dlsap one Riviera model.In Ft. Ord coma
Inch longer wheelbase, Is less pear behind the finder grilles addition there will be two the
than an Inch longer overall than The Skylark and Electra series six-passenger and two nine- new pr
urea Just on
Its last year's counterpart. Yet introduce "wall to wall" passenger versions of the new the A
It looks much longer due to Its talllamps a wide horizontal sportwagon featuring the panoramic BUICK RIVIERA FOR 1965 The classic styling of distinctive, rear end styling has been achieved by e ordered tary of that
lengthened hood and front fenders strip running the width of the sky roof. Buick't Riviera iport coupe has been retained for 1965 larger bumper which contains the taillights and backup crusts to the
lowered roof lines and car. A host of engineering features with major refinements. Most notable change is the absence lights The Rivi.ra't power train Includes the 40.cubic( diately and
repositioned front wheels, LeSabre, Wildcat and Electra have been Incorporated into the of which concealed behind the
headlight are fender V-t engine end the Super Turbine 400 torque converter training be
Buick'sgeneral convertibles have windowof
Edward manager D. Rollert and vice, president solid plate safety a rear glass to new line.Some .of the highlights are grilles. When the light twitch Is turned on the fender transmission Optional I power plants include s 425-cubic month of Dc

of General Motors, said maintain clear vision. The top ENGINES The V-6 engines, grille open up revealing the headlight Cleaner, more Inch engine with either one or two four-berrel carburetors. Cams said

the new Bulcks represented "a may be lowered with the glassIn standard In Special and Skylark > Ing basic con
year of forward movement for place.A has among the highest horsepower STILL JPORKI''sG NEWCOMER'S TRIUMPII ABE UOLSTbRU /\0 JI'T I'TNEW be assigned
us In design notably In our new "notch back" seat, cubic Inch ATLANTA (UPI) Sheriff's area while i
per displace PLAINVIEW. Tex. (UPI>
SPRINGFIELD Ill. (UPDOld YORK Electra Wildcat and LeSabre combining the appearance of deputies said found vance infan
ment of Roy Hay 52
any .11.cyllnderenrlne Veteran farmers In Hale County Abe Lincoln
shifted his for wet
position like humans don't care
series, and a year of engineerIng bucket teats with the utility of in the Industry. New exhaust another use for surplus com- have had the annual contest for reside In the
recently. feet. For plants, It'l an invitation
refinement In our Special, bench teats, Is available In
modity grain
valves and new engine mounts, the first bale
of cotton The famed
Springfield Lincoln to
to root rot. Best way
and Electra
and models Wildcat models.
Skylark plus other refinements, provide They arrested Hay and confiscated much to themselves until this. statue
-after half a century avoid this hazard Is to stand .
Rollert pointed out that the Instrument panels and Interior smoother and economical the commodity meal A tl F'RICA,1CHICAGO
more year. They got their of humble,
come vigil
majestic saucersor
clay pots on larger clay
new styling lines were influenc features are new on all and a 300 gallon still In a rural
operation.The uppance from a man who tried. outside the Illinois Capitol- trays filled with about an
300 cubic Inch V-t, standard area near Atlanta. Officers also for the Oerman worn
. farming first time. moved slightly Weakened foundation inch of pebbles or vermlcullte
PONYTAIL In LeSabre, has new cast found eight gallons of Illegal Jackie Dulin of Cotton Center Inspector. reported. -- ond largest
Iron cylinder heads and Intake i whiskey, Tex. rented a spread five Posterity has been properly CAR-l'tOI'LK RATIO products in
_ :; 1AI- manifold, larger Intake and exhaust American w--
miles southwest of town and respectful of the Great Emancipator NEW YORK (UPD-There
valves, and new canshaft WAY TO JI'OnKMARIE'M'A. '' on thel)
went to work His 1.860 poundsof one official said "But was one car for every 2.i per- more
for Improved operation. Oa (UPI) cotton brought In Sept 4 wind rain and snows of many sons in the United States In Oermanmillion a
: Harold Rinehart spends seven produced 550-pound bale first seasons finally took a toll:' 1962, according to statistics on ha
Pitch" feature has been added hours a day traveling to and of the season Two hours behind Illinois Governor Otto Kerner compiled by Volkswagen of home permai
to the Super Turbine 400 from his elght-hour-a-day Job. In second place was a Immediately allocated $1.200 to America. In Communist China, and other cc
transmissions to provide bet Rinehart commutes 260 milesa longtime farmer. D. C Chap re-anchor the hollow bronze were the lea
the ratio was one car for every
ter performance, smoother day from his home at Young man of Happy Union Tex, statue It.893 2 French perfu
gine Idle and eliminates unnec- Harris. Oa.. near the North persons
cessary shifts In city traffic Carolina border to work for
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In addition the ST 400 trans Lockheed-Georgia in Marietta.He .
mission has two low ranges to leaves home at 3:30: a.m.
provide two stages of engine and drives to Blue Ridge. Oa.
braking when needed. and joins a car pool. He arrivesat
_ CHASSIS: LeSabre chassis Is work at 7 a.m,, gets off at
new with wheels moved rear AUTO FINANCING
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ward to provide better weight 1:30: pm
distribution Improved handling -
.LeSabre has cast finned
brake drums. .new design
Salisbury rear axle. Fuel tank SAN ANTONIO. Tex, -
. capacity has been Increased to Invention of the word "gobble-
25 gallons regular-size cars. dygook to describe the obscure,
COOLING AND EXIIAUST formal wordy pronouncements
SYSTEMS:: All LeSabres, Wildcat that sometimes come from bureaucracy -
: s and Electra models use a is credited to the late
newly designed croll now ra Maury Maverick Sr, who servedIn rSSe
kilT ,.' """ diator. .new exhaust systemon Congress from Texas

; ..... LeSabre Wildcat and Elec- Maverick son, Maury Jr., active
""IIII\'Im I ( ( ............-C Eta, _ar dte.'.. L., 1964. ..u "..... ....... 1 tra. new mufflers relocated in liberal Texas politics, has
under car for longer life. coined a new phrase-"pig trash
"My father say your car la the first he'a Been where The 1965 Bulcks will be displayed steal:' his words for the Texas \
. the hubcaps are worth more than the REST at the Southeast Plaza Democratic State Convention ,
gk AFleve'Sb'ar"s't'' .'--of the car." .-> Auto Show by Gil Hall Buick failure to. seat his liberal dele-
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I 1965 Fords Look Completely Different, Entire Line Boasts Many Innovations I

AU 17 models In the 1965 with
Ford lineup-Including t new an even more dramatic An ultra-modern sixyllnder able seating tor tour children air conditioner are styled into car warranty .tor 14 months IMS, and wlllllY. the compactcars The IMS Ford TtHMderblr!
luxurious 'LTD' series are luxury car ride so smooth and so engine rated at 150 horsepower in the rear of the wagon. the Instrument panel which lade or 14,000 miles, whichever oc. better stability and handling begins the second decade of sty;I.
from are to roof and from quiet dltloner the heater and air con. lighter, more powerful, Some of the many other ,... signed to accommodate a tall ours flrst-Is continued for the characteristics. Less road noise log and engineering leadership
new to bump.r. Verticil from fang had to ?, moved smoothsT-runnlng and more eco. lures are curved side glass for range of options and accessoriesare IllS Ford together with Twice. will add to passenger comtort for America's classic luxur
bumper the passenger compart. samba than any other six-cy. increased shoulder room, a 13 integrated, built-in com. a-Year or 8,000-mlle malnten. car.
mounted headlamp. and ment because: their low-toned A 289-cuhlc.lnch: V.|-newly
Under engine previously offeredin per cent reduction in the floor.tunnel ponents. ance.
modernistic, hexagonaUshaped whirr was distractlnc. the Ford itit -Ju..J" a ut for greater passenger The standard engine for all A safety and convenience con. available on Falcons tor IMS Thunderblrd's distinctive sty.
tall-lights accent the crisp look Even the keys for the IMS of additional owner.benefits comfort; a recessed instrument 1969 Ford ears except "XL" trot panel-similar to that in. -offers XXI horsepower, an w t ling is enhanced for IMS hj
of the new Ford.Side styling tea.tures ford new exterior trim_ornament.
are all new. They are which Include such Items as the panel with several additional and "LTD" models Is the new troduced on the Thunderbird tor1N4 crease of M horsepower over
stralgbUthrough lines em. "' ,lgned'\ to lea 1 the :160 CJ.D. V4 offered last silo, and Its hum-tows Interior I
inserted Into the 1nll1stl"f1r>.t center! faring inches of "living roonIlPIIClouoneu' $MO-cuNo-U: U. Ford-deveU -is now available aa an
phaslzed by a sharp, full lencth Iccck: either" si I 1 k' in ., all 196S The year.A offers new standards of comfort
up aidltlon dual rear spats In 1 r-, Ford In the passenger oomparU oped Itptw ,preclaloftocut. option on Fonts.
fender line from front-to rear, Oocr': The dramatic Clet&n: () of the t. c:i cj alts!t a ke less lock- on' : t crl1: thin I.ur-p seat," holding two-suiter suitcases reduction over the previous 113. control (all doors may be look transmission IsavalUMetalMS New owner-benefit features of
1963 Ford styling Is combined: ; L-;:; c: ; c-,. this new design: sift:Js comfort.A an upright position.All Six, yet the new engine Is rated ed or unlocked at the touch of a with all engines. Its three tor. the INS Thunderbird Include:

-I.- ,. 1965 Ford models havo at 150 horsepower comparedwith button), a "door.ajar" wanting ward gear ratios provWe IAocrued -Front disc brakes:
been completely restyled. Five 1W horsepower for the ear. light, "low.fuel" warning light, acceleration and pulling ttequentlal turn signal
separate roof lines and different: liar engine. The 240-Slx Is designed emergency flasher, and a seatbelt power, with an additional bonus Convertible dome light
series ornamentation give new for quiet operation,sear warning light which reminds of superior\ fuel economy, ... Keyless locking system
-t and more complete distinction omy and durability through the driver and passengers to fasten dally in stop.amkgoclty driving. Reversible key*.
I Ia between the models. use of hydraulic value lifters, their seat belts. A three-speed manual transmission Options Include an AM.FM

The 1989 Ford features new,, an automatic choke, and a seven. and is standard on all models} radio on which all five buttons
low-profil tires designed for main bearing support for the The rare combination of im. a fully.sychronUed may be used for AM or FM
Ij speed, manual floor.shift Is
better traction and handling u crankshaft. The Ford constant. proved performance with increased available V4 operation, an electric antenna,
with the
j well as longer tire life and beU mesh, 3-speed manual transmission fuel' economy marks the power.vent window, a vacuum
tar brake performance at no Is standard with this new tastefully restyled Ford Falcon deck-lid: realeaae, and limited
Increase In vehicle height.At the engine, with overdrive and for IMS. A careful blending of Most Intermediate slip differential.A .
Crulse-CXMatle optional.The more powerful engines with Inn popular
same time, tread width of the
size car on Amerka's highways, striking Innovation I* the
196S Ford has been Increased proved transmission gives the
289vcublc.lnch: 2-venturl the Fairlane Is completely re. sequential turn signal for the
1968 added
61 Inches front and rear for a performanceand for IMS The long rectangular six.
V.8, standard on "XL" and styled Inside and out rear. ,
at the time
wider stance on the road. gas and car frame tallllght area light
"LTD" models, has Improved has been given a big up
savings of to IS
up per cent.
The Ford Calaxle 500 LTD
r. M17 lp. fever value timing and Intake maniafold The IMS Falcon offers a ... ride to match Its new big car frames at a time, moving rapid
I.rlea line
completely new ly to right or left to signalan
for 200 horsepower In 1963
of super.luxury two>and four. lection of three engines, a 11 look.The impending turn. It has the
while retaining characteristic
available with either Crulse0. Fairlane continues Its
door hardtop Fords for 1965-
effect of animated
an arrow
features Interior fabrics com. operating economy. Malic or three-speed manual role as trend-setter with a who,
pointing In the direction: of the
parable In value to those In The new Ford suspensionmore transmissions to meet the re. er, more substantial look and proposed turn.
America's most .xpenllvecar. than 10 years In develop qulrements of all drivers. clean flowing lines tor IMS.I

Simulated wood paneling Is used ment-combines: a unlUstrucUure Engineering Improvements of Forward-thrustlng front fenders From the front, the fully' In.
In the instrument panel and in steel body with a torque the new Falcon have been coupled and tasteful body sculpturing tegrated bumper and grille of
door trim to produce a true box frame and coil springs front with styling refinements Includ. a'ldl lively note the IMS Thunderbird features

luiury-car decor. and rear. In effect, the 1865 Ing a new horltontall lined New standards of ride and a new grille design with six
Sharing features common to Ford body does not require grille which gives the ear a wid.er quit nea I In the IMS Fairlane bright vertical bars and eight
all 1969 Fords, the Ford Ranch frame support and Is cradled In lower appearance. The 1963 have been achieved through sus. bright horizontal bars. In addition
Wagon, Ford Country Sedan and the frame rather than sitting on Falcon also features all new interior pension redesign and an ultra. a new Thunderbird em.
(f Ford Country Squire offer sev. top of It. Road shocks are absorbed trim styles and materialsand modern new sound package.Newlow blem replaces the block Thun.
era! new station wagon design by the suspension and new Instrument panel orna. profile tires-standard on derblrd letter on the leading
Ideas for 1969. All Ford wagons torque frame rather than being mentation which enhances the all 1901 Fairlanes alao contribute e --- ..r. feature a unique rear window transmitted to the body and Its beauty of the car New low. to a smoother, quieter all models have 1 new simulated
air denector.Styl.d Into the rear occupants. profile 14-Inch tires are star ride as well as to Improved wastegate ornament on the front
body pillar the deflectors: direct Ford's famed 24.24"" total dard on most Falcon models In handling. fender behind the wheel opening.
a curtain of air across the rear .
window surface reduce accum.

ulatlon of dust, water or snow.
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1139 Squire seating wagons for up offer to four comfortable children G Vj'Ifi5)D) FOR 1 OF 25 FORDS

With chair"one arrangement seat folded, "table Ideal and for '. TO BE GIVEN BY FORD.

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provided With rear and center ALSOREGISTER
seats folded a four.by eight
NEW LOOK OF SIZE end motion It combined in the 1965 Fairlane, rettyled from foot sheet of plywood may be FOR 2200ADDITIONAL
bumper to bumper for the first time since its! Introduction three years ego. Although new placed Hat on the load floor THOMAS-WATERS FORD Inc. :
styling makes the middleweight Fairlane look bigger it remains about the size of the with the tailgate closed. PRIZESPresents

1956 Ford on the outside end the 1959 Ford on the Inside. Improved ride end economy; Controls and Instruments on
new low-profile tires for greater directional stability, better traction and longer life; all 1969 F o rd. are grouped
significantly improved Interior quietness; alternators end automatic chokes standard on closely In front of the driver

all engines; and a complete line of options including low-cost air conditioning are feature padded and recessed rectangular beneath hood a safely.that If
of all 1965 Fairlanes Including the Fairlane Sports Coupe (top) Power tailgate both stylish and functional In

window, locking storage compartment and a chrome luggage rack are among special shielding against glare and re.
item available for the Fairlane 500 Station Wagon (below) flection. Outlets for the optional

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Six WI''II'' I I IVV I H DAIS, I l-.llV'v-U1lf} i YVINTLK HAVEN FLORiDA Wednesday. October 14,, 1964

: Chrysler Sports New Body,

Interior Space- Appointments. /

ChI yler 8.2 to 1 compression ratio arid cowl ventilators to supply fresh
cut for IMS are two barrel carburetor Is stan air by ram pressure when the
con pi 1'tf'ly|
automobiles with
dard in the Newport series
re. in motion.
a IOIl I MT car
.. wheelbase, increased: placing the 361.cubic inch en. air
Im ri( r An Improved high capacity
.. room, more powerful glne used in 1964 Newport. A
engln s a ,n i d I Improved
riding high performance 383.cublc inch conditioning system for more
cumil/rt.<>i /
tour.barrel premium fuel engineis rapid cool.down and better dls.trlbutlon .
1 ih. UG5! (
Chrysler la all new available in the Newport. The of cool air.
In Its
metal sculpture. Added 300 series again has a 38S.cllblc New crank operated vent win.
to tho
line are three new en. inch engine with a four barrel dews and optional power vent
: a Newport tour.doorTown curburetor and a compression windows.An .
Sedan, a New Yorker twc-door of 10 to 1, using premium feel
hardtop and a New Yorker Town The New Yorkers have a re. optional electric door locking
Sedan These additions give fined version of the 41J- ubtc system which permits the
Chrysler 17 models In 1965. inch engine which Improves ear locking of all four doors with
The 1965 Chrysler In three performance.The two remote door locking pushbuttons
series-New Yorker, the Sports inside the car or with a
300, Including the 300L, and the 300L has a high perform. key from the outside.
Newport-has awhe lbaseofl24 ance version of the J-cublc A new vacuum.operated deck
A Inches, an IncreaseoftwoInchesover inch with a special camshaft Ud release with the control
1964 models, and an over. and dual exhausts This engineIs located In the glove box I.opl1onal. .
I all length of 218.2 Inches, an In. also optional the New York, .
crease of 2.9 Inches. er and 300 series All engines
The new Chrysler look is lone have refinements in carburetor A new all-transistor search
and low. The lower part of the control mechanisms, ignition tune AM radio and new AM.
d body has a long, gently arching systems and electrical compo. FM radio designed to give 1m.
... rents designed to extend rell. performance and better
"":fVJI! 1II ---- shape. The Newport and 300 two. proved
door hardtops have convertible ability and provide quiet, trou. sensitivity

THE MOST SWEEPING MODEL CHANGE In American Motors' Ms- lights, and the economy champion Rambler American hat Urge sing?. type roof lines. AU models have ble free operation.All Central Florida Sales, Inc.

tory Include convertible models in all three Rambler i.nti for the first headlighti. Each of the three distinctively styled (lines is built on a separate full-length the fender lines, accentuating 1965 Chryslers have an ex. will display the Chrysler line

II tlmt. The luxurious 1965 Rambler Ambassador features dual vertical I wheelbase, each hat a different ov.r-all length, and each includesa and sleekness.Impression of lowness ceptlonal ride, resulting from at the Southeast Plaza Auto Show.

headlights and full-h.ight vertical tail lights, the intermediate Rambler full election of two and four-door sedans, fwo-door hardtops, station Among the new styling! tea. extensive Improvements of the

Classic has dual horizontal headlights and horizontal wraparound tail wagons and convertible tures are extra side windows in Torslon-Alre suspension system
the New Yorker and Newport and better sound isolation Front SIGNISEGINGec

III i Rambler Series Enlarged To 29 Models For 65'Three them Bows four.door In a The the total Town two rear of extra Sedans six roof side windowsare ,quarter giving win. lower Isolate torsion shear mounts them spring bars from at are the rates.the rear longer car anchors Rubber body.with Ya fa

Sway bars are standard and
I panels, providing a distinctive
1 distinctively different and Classic lines, but none of brakes Classics and Ambassadors grain I overlay panels, andchrometrimmed than Classic station wagons. styling appeal All models have shock absorbers are mounted
lines of 1969 Rambler cars with the Increase Is In the natureof and elimination of the pedal covers. The horizontal dual headlight curved glass side windows.The vertically to minimize friction.
the widest selection of models wasteful overhang," Coupe 1,000 mile engine oil filter All Ambassador models have theme has been retained on the new models havelncreas. Increased wheel travel in Jounce
and performance choices ever said. "A five inch Increase in change and new car inspection. new molded plastic steering Classic line, with the headlights ed interior room, larger door and rebound comes with softer
offered by the company make up the length of most Classic models "Weather-Eye" heaters will be wheels with safety recessed mounted in circular-shaped openings and bigger glass area. rubber bumpers to soften the
the American Motors line for was designed to Importantly standard equipment throughoutthe hubs. anodized aluminum housings The sedans h a r t 1.3 Inches ride. Rear springs are longer
1965. Each of the three lines. enlarge the trunk area." Rambler lines. which blend into a bold new greater front head-room and 1.5 and have lower spring rates..
Ambassador, Classic and Overall length of the Ambassador Both outside and inside, the "fine-line" extruded aluminum Inches greater rear seat leg. A separate rear shock absorb.er
except station 1965 Ambaeeadoriscomolelely The new Intermediate Classic cross member attached the
American Ilona separate wagon grille Two raised sculptured] room.
wheelbase and each has Its own models, Is 200 Inchesabout restuled and Imparts a look of line also has been completely sections are features of the new longitudinals helps keep road
j strong "curbstone" Identity the same as the 1961 Ambas luxuary. Exterior styling is restyled with overall length Increased hood which Is styled In a fashion Twenty one exterior colon noise out of the car and jounce
"With new powerplant choices sador. Part of the Increase was highlighted by a bold extruded three Inches on station that gives the hood a longer, are available In 1965. The new travel Is Increased.
and the addition of convertible dictated by the longer wheel- aluminum horizontal grille with wagons and five Inches on other more massive appearance. Improved acrylic enamels tea. Eight major Improvements de. Mvrtnt
models to the Ambassadorand base with the balance going into new vertically mounted dual models. All of the added Inchesare ture 15 standard and six extra LYI/C[ Co ftrturt
signed to offer greater conven. A MODERN ACADEMY
Classic lines, we will have additional trunk space.In headlights, a longer hood, in the rear area, creating Among the major engineering cost finishes.New colors Include lence for Chrysler owners In COWnUSTJ SHARPLY elm .14E AGE
the broadest model lineup in the addition to the wider selection sculptured side panels, and full- a more balanced appearance and advancements are disc brakes Moss Cold, Sliver Mist, Frost 1965 are OLD MOUNTAINS Of RAMPART RInGs,
history of American Motors," of models, the 1965 height vertical tall lights which Increasing trunk cargo space by available for the first time Turquoise and Mist Blue Metal AA6rt'OOW0"10)*
Thomas A. Coupe, vice president Ramblers offer a broader complement the headlight ar- about 1-1/2 cubic feet for a total as a factory Installed option on 11c. A new parallel blade windshield 'wnnu oawioioa
choice of engines Including rangment. Full length chrome of over 15 cubic feet. Overall wiper and washer system which
automotive sales, said, 1965 Ambassadors and Classics To provide Improved perform xvaci Awaav}* anoj IYGaoseyuxeenpedmsene '
"and, for the first time, each a high -performance, seven- trim caps the crown of the side length of Classic sedans, hardtops equipped with optional power provides a larger wiped area. .
ante on regular grade gasoline /
line will offer a lull range of main bearing "Torque Com- and fender panels, extending and the new convertible Is brakes A new heating and ventilating
383.cu.blc: Inch with
mand" 195 Inches two Inches a engine a system making use of side Ctm fyrywr tytt*//// timtt
body styles. There are 29 six-cylinder engine In from the V-shaped profile of longer
models and seven engines offered all three lines. the front fenders to the taillights
9 In the three Rambler lines "The Torque Command en- to silhouette the all-new
for 1965. gine provides exceptional performance side appearance. Front and rear
The '65 Ambassador, longer and response in all wheel openings have been reshaped -
and more luxurious, featuresall driving ranges," Coupe said. and accentuate the long- See '65s Most Sweeping Changes at the AUTO SHOW!
"It rivals 8.In Chrome
new exterior and Interior many larger V- profile appearance.
styling The wheelbase has been performance and smoothnesswhile trim around the wheel openingsIs

Increased four Inches to 116 retaining the basic operating standard on Ambassador RAMBLER PRESENTS THE SENSIBLE SPECTACULARSNew
Inches. The top volume Classic, economy of the sixes" hardtop and convertible models.
which retains a 112 inch wheelbase All of Rambler's long life Interior styling Is setoff by
also Is all-new In ap- and safety features such as a new Instrument panel which
pea nce. advanced unit construction, features two large circular Instrument 3 Different Sizes. New! 3 Different Wheelbases New! 7 Spectacular Engines.

Soling of the American ceramic-armored exhaust system dials, one housing the
whlA recorded a sales gain of and double safety brakes speedometer and the other fuel
mort than 40 per cent during have been carried over to the and temperatures !gauges, and 1' 7 1
the past model year after undergoing 1965 models, and are augment alternator and oil warning
a complete body ed by many new features for lights Padded, wrap-around Instrument
change, has been tastefully refined Improved operating economy panels are standard on
The American wheelbase and durability, Including alternators Ambassador 990 and 900 H
?f 106 inches Is unchanged."We as standard equipmenton models as are padded upper
have Increased the overall Americans addition to other doors and carpeted lower-door
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65 RAMBLER AMBASSADORLargest Spectacular Totally new in size. style and New Wide performance choices: 232 Six
and (for
touching. Naturally. This is the most a coin-sorter keeping New ''
power longer wheelbase. Sensibleto 327cu-in.V-8. Mew 'Beautifully
beautiful ever built. Model toll handy. and Finest of the New Ramblers
Chrysler money Greater interior space, easy handling and luxurious interiors) See all 8 Ambassador
1965. Big. Luxurious. Yet, a Chrysler isn't all that expen- parking. New Disc Brakes are optional models, including a dazzling convertible.
Take its size. Eighteen feet of comsive, Seven Newport models are

fort Two tons of security. A smoother priced just a few dollars more a month

ride on a new 124-inch wheelbase, than many popular smaller cars. .

and performance that's best described The promise of great new driving

as "scorch." begins right here. In a new kind of J + ? r ,,. reT

The Interior Is striking. The dashChrysler.. See it at the auto show.CENTRAL .

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V-8 options.. New Power Disc Brakes.
1i New Intermediate Rambler 6-foofcn and all of their gout Extra-value optionaL Double- ety Brake System is
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w-- New sport options: two to three I power ranges up to I 155 hp. Two great
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I Delta 88 Sparks 1965 Oldsmobile Line

oldsmobile has Introduced Alert, J -
effortless response to rest is raised It provides the tares lor the first time V- t n ts i
tor 1965, a new glamorous com- even a slight Increase throttle a nseu.a. ,
extra of
utility a bench seat. window. r
anion to tile Dynamic 88, to be opening is the shaped rear
significant The new type seat is standard The ttp-oMbe-line' Oldsmobile
as the Delta 88.This new
known nelneerlng
Oldsmoblle, alone with the Dynamir advancement and Is on Delia M Holiday sedans and M continues to set new
apparent to the OMpM and on the M Holiday standards to Interior decor. Thelastnunent
88's, Jetstar I, Starflres driver.In .
ports sdu, coupe, and conAnottwr panel. doors and
and: 98's, powered by Olds- addition to the availability .nIIIIe.
moMle's r.c.ntlydeYeIOlledUIi of the Turbo front seat backs are trimmed In
walnut grain, and a vanity compartsnent. -
I cubic inch Super Rocket engine ransmlsslon, Oldsmobile tor striking change In .
built Into the back
teamed with the Turbo Hydra- the first time is offering all Interior decor, is the Instrument
of UM front seat, includes
transmission for the most 88'. mir-
"aiic Jetstar I andStarfire models panel, with large, circular
ror, vanity lights and tissue
instantaneously responsive a floor-mounted four-speed dials and Indicators located foe
performance In the division's manual transmission easier than ever dilpeeMr.
fully synchronized visibility.And
OMsmobUe will produce 19
I uston In all too- -the Instrument --r -
pars panel
full-sis models In 1985,Including :
new and
Completely roomier Other mechanical finish varies with the
design seriesbrush -
4 Jetster 88's the Jetstar I,
I bodies of all full-sice OldsmobUes changes Include aluminum In the 88's
a new frame ,
4 88 models S
Dynamic Delta
Including the Jetstar
dramatically restyledwith for Increased rigidity and Improved black morocceen in the star- SB's, 2 Sterflres and five 98's. "" --.Il ---.....____ .., .'-.'" -. -_ -" -' -.-. ., .. -
88, are stability. Front and rear fires, walnut grain In the 98's. OktemobUe's Vista-Cruisers .
curved side window glass suspensions are newly designed Exterior styling of the Star-
with their new interior and exterior -
and new roofllnes in all models. for better ride and handling.The fire styling Is particularly distinctive. THIS IS THE IMPRESSIVE Oldsmobile J.tit.r' II
new the
5'lIne; appointments Holiday Sedan reef
displays s line
I sweeping new
Identification in the .
series entire new chassis also This full.
features .Ize
I line of 1969 Oldsmoblles, front brakes on the Dynamicand wider has Its own roof rear sportscar quar- are available In standard Holiday Sedan with Its roomier, strikingly styled body, The Jetitar II l ig a lower priced companion to the Dy. I
I the F-85's!! and custom versions of the redesigned chassis, Jetfire Rocket engine' and optional namic II.
from on up to the Delta 88'.. Jetstar I and ter, front and rear end design
I 98'f- 'all 32 models, Is more Starflres tor greater brake life. and specific grille. Side moldings 2-seater and the 3-seater. In Jetsway trantmiiiion.' On. of four Jetttar II body itylei,
3-seat models, the rear seat
I pronounced than ever. On the 98's, both front and rear give the appearance of external faces forward. end design Is also new, including Jetflre Rocket. engines, we a tour-door sedan and station option which may be ordered
I Engine displacement has been brake widths have been Incr... exhaust pipes which end bumpers, tall lamps In ..
V-8's offered on all '-III models wagon, and a deluxe tour-door place of bucket se. .
I increased by 8 per cent for 1965, In functional side exhaust outlets For 1968, the Increasingly and end panel applique.Smartly The
ed.Fuel and on the Jetstar 88. provide sedan station wagon and V-6 dynamic new 1948 Oldsmobile
I yet engine weight has been 'ubI \ tank capacity has been Just ahead of the rear bumper pular Oldsmobile F-85 models redesigned side molding t- extra performance IMS. Sports coupe. New this year tor line will be displayedat I
I luntlally reduced.Teamed have been ment adds to the new look of the
h Increased
w. to 25 changed In
gallons to many
per- Horsepower ratings range from the V-8 Sports coupe and the the Auto Mow by Plncknej
] th. new Turbo Itydra-Matlc mit longer Intervals between Oldsmoblle's 98 models for areas. A new grille headlamps, F-86's. Interiors too, are new 280 to 315. Cutlass coupe Is a bench seat Oldsmobile.m .
I transmission the performance refueling stops during modern 1965 are more elepnUy luxurious bumper and hood provide completely and different In both materialsand For the buyer interested in
lot the 425!! cubic Inch Super turnpike travel.A than ever- -the most distinctive changed and Improvedfront design. low Initial cost and economy of
(Rocket Is sensational. With styling and comfort Innovation cars in Oldsmoblle's end appearance. The rear Oldsmoblle's JM cubic Inch operation Oldsmoblle's Doon-
j Horsepower ratings from 310 to for 1965 Is a new split- history The 98's have their own 0-Way V-8 Is still availableon
1370 the new engine will greatly back front seat with a large roofs, rear quarters, bumpers, This Funny World certain '-1111'.. Either the
I enhance the outstanding rep. center arm restdesigned for grille, and side styling motifs. Vor the V-8 may be teamed
Jutatlon Oldsmobile has already those who like the sporty look The \98 Holiday :sports; coupe, with the smooth and highly responsive -
earned in the performance field. of bucket seats. When the arm with Its own specific roof tea- I Jetaway automatic ,
transmission. .' '- '" -,.' .,

Smoother ride and handling In
lF M 1 all ,.n models has been
achieved with revised body
mounts, springs and rear suspensions -
sid *r -- w
?r+ll, ;+ 4 Top models In the '-85 line Y
unrN ''v are the CUUass coupe, the Cutlass THE SUPERB JAGUAR XK-E It eveiUble II either a
Holiday coupe and the Cutlass Gren Turiimo Coupe h.( shown above) or
convertible In addition to model The XK-E feature monoeogue conltruc.FOft. I
the Cutlasses, other body stylesinclude disc brakes and Independent front and rear tuipenilon.
a standard Club coupe
U! Top speed 150 mph

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[body structure, and a new suspension system are introduced in the 1965 Chryiler Seven-

teen different models ere sveileble, including three new body styles, s distinctive N.w l SEE

{Yorker two-door hardtop shown bove, and a four-door Town Sedan (with six tide winIdowi .. .. ---'" -. -,. SOMETHING EXOTICAT
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Ithe 300L McNaucht Syndic*!* Inc THE 1965

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St;'tab': You bet' There's a promise built Maybe you won't find a test track at the 'j ( \ (.
into that ofiion-look and Its delivered every time Auto Show Do the next best thinc-srtton-ieet "K'f'.iil:>{,r: /1,,_ W' !
a 65 Olds takes to a test track or highway'Up an Oldsmobile at your nearest Oldsmobile ..' \ ,
front, a giant 429-rubic-lncb Super Rocket V 4 Dealership Check out performance, .
chops the miles down to sire while a 123-inch comfort room and ride, YouTI wonder how .:
wheelbase combined with fourcoileprlngsuspension Olds ran deliver them all so beautifully f ,
smooths out the roughest roads. at such a d&cn-to-terlk ", Itt



Tkeie are the cars that crests s sensation

see the Olds Exhibit. wherever they go. And no wonder. They're

Southeast Plaza Auto Show then "Action-Test" your favorite lIE! I'C'::! Lr-;: ( .'sleek serodynemfcally delimited. F. sn "*. "
QD forgettable eiperlence, lee end drive these
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model at your arrogant beatitiet.JAGUAR.

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convertible, one of 17 models In the new-tlxed Coronet an over-all length of 204 Inches hardtop, Dodge's entirely new, prestige sports model for and top performance.The .

I entire line-up of 1965 successors to the 1964 models, one of the broadest selectionof teats, improved steering action, The options, all with four-bar. has ever built. horsepower) VoS'.. O".lU'.4RK'RV'i
I Dodges-Darts, Coronets, Pol. which for the second consecutive power choices In the auto better ventilation and larger windows rel carburetlon, are the 383. The elegant, new Monaco The complete 1965 Dodge lineup INTO ,VOUV
eras, Custom 880' and the New year attracted customers In rec. Industry. with curved glass at the cubic Inch (315 horsepower), available only in the two-door offers 19 exterior colors In DALLAS About one
Monaco-Is on display at the ord-breaklng numbers" Besides the standard 225-cub. .Ide*. 413.cublc-lnch(340: horsepower) hardtop model, has four IndlvU buff able enamels and an array of dollar In five collected by the
I Southeast Plaza Automobile The new.sized lines for 196S Ic-lnch slx.cyllnder (145 horse The Polara' passenger com and 426.cublc.lnch (365 horse dual bucket seats separated by a 73 matching Interior upholsteryand City of Dallas results from
: Show. are the Coronet, built on a 117. power) and 273-cublc.lnch V.8 partment has higher door open. power) V8s. full-length center console in the trim schemes In all-vinyl parking meter violations statis
I Keeping abreast of the Chang. inch-wheelbase, and the larger (180 horsepower) engines, there Ings, greater front and rear seat The 121-inch-wheelbase Cus. same size passenger compartment and vinyl-and cloth combination tlc.lrom 1963 show. Of $2,641.-
Ing and diversified demands of Polara, which has been moved up are five other options of various headroom and legroom, and tom 880, with the same improv.ed as the other 121 Inch. !. 125 levied In fines through traffic .
automobile buyers, Dodge this to a 121-Inch wheelbase The sizes with single or dual car. more entrance and exit space passenger comfort dimen wheelbase cars. courts $600,000 was for over-
year has increased Us offerings Coronet Is Intermediate-sized buretlon ranging up to a 426. than the largest of the 1964 alone a* the Polara, has luxurious Floyd Roberts Motors of Winter parkIng.
to 50 models in four lines, two between the compact and regu cublc.lnch V.8(423 horsepower). Dodge models. Interior trim and distinctive The selection of Monaco power Haven will display the 1965 Corporation court judges
of which are being produced In lar-size cars, and the Polar fits Built into all six models of The Polara and Custom 880 exterior ornamentation.Its plants, all with four-barrel car. Dodges at the Auto Show. heard 308244 traffic in
new sizes.The in the deluxe class of the lower. the newly styled Polara line for lines share the same engine six models Include,In addl. buretlon, Includes as standardthe cases
1965 Dodge styling theme priced, conventlonalslzt cars 1965 are a softer and quieter line-ups. A 383cublc.lnch V.8 tion to the new slx-wlndow sedan, 383.cublc.lnch (315 horse, court 1963. an dally average or about 308 four cases minutes per.
emphasizes a longer and wider In addition! the two.doorhardr ride with more comfortable (270 horsepower) Is standard. the biggest station wagons Dodge power) and 426.cublc.lnch (369 SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN to a trIal.
look with flatter and more level top Monaco, a special prestige
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dimensions of the cars. top of the Dodge line-up. ,. "
A broad selection of 12 en. The compact 111-lnch.wheeU 1 ;, ,
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regular gasoline, ranges from a first time a new and lower. r; r
lOl.horsepower six cylinder priced two-door hardtop in the 1'I
power plant to a 425-norsepow. Dart 270 series,an optional higher
er high performance V.8. performance V.8 engine and JL ,
A slx.wlndow sedan model, an air condltlonerprovldingboth
available in the Custom 880 line, heating and cooling I
has been added to Dodge's wiae Twenty six-cylinder and V-8 ,
choice of two and four.door sedans models are available the three
two and four-door hard. Dart series, all bigger roomierand f. _
tops, convertibles, and six and more powerful than most other r
nine-passenger station wagons. compact cars.
"Comfort, economy, style, Its standard power plants are
performance and durability have 170.cublc.lnch slx.cyllnder (101
all been packaged; In the four horsepower) and 273cublc.lnch
lines of 1965 models,each tailor. V.8 ((180 horsepower) engines
ed to fit a different set of cue. Options are the 22S.cublc.lnch
tomer needs,"Byron I.NlchoIS. slx.cyllnder (145 horsepower)
Dodge general manager, said. engine, and a four.barrel 273.
"The entire Dodge line offers cublc.lnch V.8(235 horsepower).
a vertlable supermarket The new Coronet, which com.
variety of choices in sizes, fortably seats six adults,Is larg.
body styles, engines, transmissions er than competitive car In its
accessories and optional price range.
I equipment, exterior colors, and Its 17' model In three series a
interior appointments."The have IIvlll.lIx.cyUnder and V.8
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GOP Candidate Holley on Hit Haven Phone Democratic Candidate Burnt at the Haven Mike
Hayden turns. Mrt. Ruins, J. D. Hill Hit Local Campaign Manage

I Candidates At The Crossroads, BulletinKHRUSHCHEV

Or Hide And Seek At The HavenBy RETIRED Isbell Curves Sharply

MOSCOW-Premier and I I

JACK BEAIIAN At it turned out their about Mr. Holley duringthe Communist Party leader Ni. ,,

Associate Editor paths crossed all right ensuing five minutes kite S. Khrushchev hat been

The Haven Hotel, noted but they studiously avoided at the air waves abovethe retired because of end
chiefly sedate a face.to.face meeting Haven crackled.
11 a quiet his posts taken by two
winter retreat for elderly thus avoiding bloodshed. Burns said he wouldn't
aides, reliable sources said
l ladies i was transformed Neither was armed anyway cast any aspersions on today.There. Roars For Carolinas

into the political although It was the Mr Holley as a father wet no official con.flrmation. .
battleground of the great night for "The Virginnian a husband or as a good. .
provider but as a statesman
state of Florida for an
and a legislator, he Khrushchev was 70 last .-- .
hour late yesterday afternoon As for the story. It -
and for a lime there turned out more of a com left a good deal, Mr. April $17.

was a good chance the Ic opera but without\ music Burns thought, to be desired He hat been premier of Open A Month Haven Drive State EscapesFull

blood of the two gubernatorial Citing Holley alleged the Soviet Union since Hospital
candidates might Burns arrived at the record in two see March 27 1958. Khrushchev

start flowing through the Haven Hotel first coming! alone of the Florida legislature was appointed first secretary

front doors into Sixth St from a morning and afternoon the Democratic of the Soviet Communist Vocation Class Fury

The usually placid lobby of campaigning in candidate even dug down Party September 13, Hits $318,000 Todavrtepmta
".."tffft the record for that I9S3
was knee-deep in Lakeland and hot undo .
r barbs but the candidates the collar ever liolley'a eteruclatingly p a4f II I .. T*. reporh that Khrwihchev Of HurricaneMIAMI }
both behind barricades charges that he had 'a proposal new recoraM In J'J "' / was out ** Ihe Rut Total Is (612 from the Lead and port we are reeevkng sod If

did Dot bleed. million dollars give or Florida history. "1fd- i' ; lien's top Communist' swept Advance OUts Divisions push this support is maintained

The first intimation hat take a hundred thousand ley's Folly: Moscow after the govern The Polk County' Vocational ed the Winter Haven Hospital throughout lIMo impittgfl we Ul'li i !Ittirrliane"

bloodshed might be In the or so stashed In the At bert, Mr Burnt meet newspaper liveiti* School, authorized imly a month Building Fund Ui more I than will net only reach the goal, "bell curved lU lot) mllf an

offing came about 4pm. Nov. Scotia Bank of Nat said, his opponent ihowed failed to appear on tched- ago haa 147 day students and three.fifths of the ".1IfIO goal but the proiperu are. It will hour winds toward the Ill II I
when a political reporteron sau. ". fantastic lack of realIsm isle tentght Th. absence of 315 adults .tt.ncltncnl"claa.- Report of yeeterday were he exceeded laid Kate llnai cast today

the St. Petersburg A group of dedicated toward governmentand the llvetti usually indicates ei, and a faeuln of at teach for 128.900 making the greed: "Ever financial campaign. Tk* Weather Bureau UII, It
what it should do"Midway total to Hate that has bun conductedlor experteil 'to outer" hurricanewarnings
1311.100AUred even
Time. poring over the Democrats awaited Burns that a major announcement era, County Supt. Shelley Boom
campaign itineraries of ki the Palm Room of the through this It told the count school board s Cstesa. cochairman the hospital since Its Inception i'"itiMl Meanwhile It
the two candidates for hott'l.I a public reception soliloquy sirens sounded sominq.Corr.epond.nts yesterday. with Samuel J Tlldi-n of has been ....n..rIIllAlyover.aubKr.br.1 ordered g.li< waning and a .
for the candidate outside the hotel and "themars from "If unparalleled by anything the Advance Gifts Dlvnioopresided and we hope hurricane watch from Charleston \\1 1
Mayor ilaydonRuins
governor western nations received .. done the this will break this 8 (' 1\I1I'lhwlrd to include
of Jacksonville and was scheduled to start at who" strode Into you' except poeatbly at the meeting of MM nut
Rep Charles R. Holley of 5 o'clock But Burns was the lobby,, which WA* liberally word to listen t. the radio Junior college," Boon ..Id. the dl\ 111aIN. held yesterday tradition the entire. North Carolina: coast"Hurricane t
for an Important While on the he aak there Is I .t"eI'l.' making abroad
St. taken In tow by a radioman plastered with announce abject "I 1 am reasonably confident t do feel thai, a
Petersburg auddt'nlydlscovE'rffl
that their and went on the air "Burns for Governor" ment. ad the hoard to adtitil a formal (hat with the community up- danger"" In over confidence at turn end l Is now moving
sign though all the Bemocratic policy twnceratngtile. vocational this point because! we are still northward! about II m p hand
path were scheduled to with a blistering barrage school the cotl. and U (inward
Junior far from our objective expectni in turn more
effort could not away
cross about 6 p.m at the aimed at his Republican Waverly Co-Op the regular I the northwest,
hide a huge GoMwater grade through! U U.S. Chemist Is !Ho we must not lose sight of probahh
Haven Hotel opponent program. Me recommended a (he fart that many more subitanlial reaching ihi unrilnai i coast t
15 feet long across
"There be "If Holley has to resort one
might a program utilising a rpraent- gifts are needed this afleino.m a special sat<\
story," he said In a telephone to these low tactics to try the wall behind and .tire from each of they group to visory old
"Until the last ***
call lo the Dally to get elected, what wouldhe above the Burn display. Holds Annual to work with the county superIniendant Nobel Winner seen and the last dollar .....at.. At 9 10 .i in FT Isbell wa
News.Chief to verify the do as governor*" ask Holley went to the Republican todetermlJle the Ire.. ted! can we afford to relax," centered shout, 240 miles rest t

Information "They might ed Burns This was about campaign head and courses to he ud by each. The next meeting" for these of BrunnwU k Ga; near latitude

shoot each other the nicest thing ho said (Continued On Page 1, ColPresidents r,) Boon also reported to the division, will he next Wedneedey :31.0, longitude' 77 SPorei
Election board ales the board of dtree STtMKIIOlM,, "Sweden' I lUFI)
lore of WEDV educational .. flror( Konrad Block. a btohemi Get 21 at II 13 p min s,ttvr Mirned the tar<
llnai thai, ih> ''-''im haa th<' potenUal
rtalon station In Tampa, of <' ,l it Harvard University. the Haven HotelPolk
,, ,, ,
.In'I Hoot tills
to ,i" a >
Dr. ConverseTo watch he la a member, haa and ('ml Feodor Lynen of the
Aide Wmiilv lirolOrn ( 'reti
oopi Slightly to 'Ih. north of .hPr"
Mil Planck iMtHute In Munich, .
entered an agreement with
'\ < tt" klinlder minted. all College tM rester ',, a', tll', 's tilt Coast
Channel II to use that station's Germany. today won the IWU\
lower for tranamlsslon. That Nobel PrtM tar medicine or
Head State iioprrativt al their" 50th an tower I.I 1,800 laet Ugh, while phnlo&o Convocation western tubs .Fseaday and
Quits Under Fire coral meeting the WEDU tower I I. only 1,000 rued a'rOl' ""dbars, FloridaWdtr.sday ,

W (' Pedenoa war reeled ..... Thl win give consider The Caroline fftautuw'1 Is Cancelled ., '" .tlftl, a ,lone
.I I prrmdent Tom Brandon tora.It" "'I"" caused wins
ably better reoaptlon In low Pnii. committee said key were
Medical Unit NEW YORK (UP) President The record showed that a $2r 's. reuse t. I ce president area* of Polk awarded the prize for their" dlaroverim The first forma convocation spread iii"! '" and propene. !

Johnson, stung by the revelation bond wan forfeited on this oc i irmMorton first vine The board awarded contracts eoeWniing the mechanlsm at Puck Junior College, which damage
that one of his top aides easlon. i j ,i'!" m F R Howard a..> tor os.W70.000 worth of eon. and regulation " Dr. J. Gerard Converse of war arrested on a moral At the FBI a spokesman d*. i. ""
Winter Haven has been named charge flew to upstate New ih". manager C. D Kimi' The bigot. project WM tile lame medical tutborMies ", l4fflatjell.. _n', des h 'I'' ,sod llC'rllu the

president-elect of of the Florida York today to campaign normally i,r 'xiuctioti manager end new n.... ....,* toot rite a 'high level of ...... With' the .....'. latent ,hwrhMn Florists t'-nu" accounted ro,

take Society the office Aneetheetologlsta of from to Republican territory.The H, H hit, Iaatdnt ware fclMnaotiry School 0 to Kathleen Irrol ai a cauae of .hen db playing around In math mart 0' al I ]ra I 'JI Injuries and

Dr. J. Thomas Atkins president of Jack President's plan took .,..rcor Low bidder for that Job ears Florida ytrdy, aircraft the halter t J .'1'8 build 1111('
off from La Guardia Airport at was Kerne peed Construction The two professors wilt there owner at the Serbs Air Baaedeeided house trallrr .o.pl.n. IInd
aonville in October IMS.
Dr. Convene, wa born In Roe. 0:30 a.m. COT. "'. r e meeting. dinner Co. of Melbourne at .....750. the 152 1W whkb,. accost '", they had better put their vehicles in'I f ,' \I art. tn f'.pc.
with an A B. Mayor Robert F. Wagner and ., r t rdn/ the packinilto << Only .mOOOtad.! ... budget the award to he present-f .here plane II tM JIut.r- -whichhadJuel Kennel
ton graduated C\IITII.ude from Boeton former Atty Gen Robert( F. I the dm khotder* ad for the project, put a tank Dec .10 by Swedish King I.ustaf been eel up for the con- There A.I' lit fatality' u'' i

College degree, In 1940, ,received his Kennedy and his wife, Ethel '. r urowi-ri! and mom Continued On Page 9, Col. 7)I VI Adolfunhmssi ....... Florida .11, ,I, ,'. 10 the atnl, nla '

.... D. degree cum laude, from accompanied Johnaon i .,I the (',.,.,,...r.I.Qu.r. There la no other building al rear old J' .I I Hull. of Lak'
Tufts Medical School, took poet. The swing through Rochesterand r i, r < ,nttiry ( Inn. 'rnmpoaiil. of the bees, which .la where the Worth ah.. ,l crest a fatal'
gradual training at the U. S. Buffalo originally designed t "ryluserr eta have "teen" "' 1... I. bested tempoarilvif .tweet all.'l'k ulul-' hoarding 141his
to boiater Kennedy' U. S. Union AttackedBy enoufh to seat 1,000 aSs
Naval Hospital, Chelsea, ...u.., j.ith, Waverly 25 ronaetutlvr Leadership home
Senate hopes, took on added denta.Otia.
Boston City Hospital, the Veter. v ark Some 425 prnpl. attendi Itwll nllII'' I 1.1r.1. Sturm
significance after the arrest ra had been brought in,
an. Administration Hospital In .t i the dtnnrrVtght anal meth' burr .9r of the tea
of White House aide Walter Jen- _to the hamur a*..e wMdeeoratd
West Roxbury, Mase., and. at It i'' 'd.t lour dead
new member twin "
kin revealed were ... borrowed
war Wednesday Motor Firm and an orgy
Children's Medical CIAt..eo.. sigh*. WALTER JENKINS' Kilurted into he Quarter On Negotiator from Town VhteU Comer of and did he. I, ''I' damage In
ton ( tub tin w..lr I (I'nha" iris II nestedTuesday
hunt total
Jenklna relipwd last night aa dined tury numb winter Haven
comment when
asked If
He chairman later served of the aa Department professorand special aaeietont to PrtdentJohnaon that arrest was noted to the -r of livmit membrri to 77 DETROIT !, UPI t American. (' said I report, AU ""t, ...tIer.......1..lr. author
the White Rene announced All havr rr<'rived end watch gown and Dr. Fred LoafeeieyaetWHj Fbnda "I Irma '
of AaoHtMISokI Albany MetB. customary security choc* madeof Motors Corp's top neu liainr HAW: ) President Water PRswthp' "1..1111... aril
.nd) final
foUowlng dtaetocure < from the preaidontAi proaldeni. had Uc apeecn that
ell College and in the same While House r -mm it e charged today that the I'nMrd views. have had eatMhlflumre
be had been reefed Oet.Ion the buMnrs an "...,... Bni Mother NII- today III a."' 'he lteUernl,
capacity at the University of Ml. Reedy aaaenabtod reoortor to mretlng. report Auto Worker Union de'nv'r on theIrikr dott II ', .tt.rld rathsr .
but It "
disorderly charge Involving tor anM "se specs
ami School of Medlel e. He then MPreoMeot the While Houe* prose room oa were received from allkpartrnrnt to strike to preitrve profit steal ,
became cHef of the Department "Indecent gesOre abort sodas and rend Ida.*... il. ..... ahertog was a reflection of Me refuced I to elabuttte and. Dr. Lentoeiey eindalned thai than rrnr. Horsitm
Johnson he the need to ThP Mist' .1 'Mr' "
accepted rogrete postp.a.
of Aneettxetoloty at Jeekaoa went ,It was announrcd al the union .leadership, not rank and. added onlyMs. II.-Lither'.)
the reelgMtion and appointed MM convoaatton, but hehM .Its S ant' r. ,1 located I Ihen I.
'''MIOI1a1l101111tal, Miami. I told aosM of you ear tr\t\ * Bm A Movers to aneeeed JenUna. been an alreratt owner rentsii'' latitude :9 I
He U author of over twenty.five tier today, Walter Jenkte*, .*. receoi a1't mJlanx their Edward L C'_.... AMI' ....) the' union M- nbaMeif and be knowe the _.. longitude 77 r about 21'r7
techafcal papers polished fruM for the, past ur virr 1 president. told reporter messed M would drake if *m<.
The a4 (Canttoaiil On rf dtelbrlsplanes drum BP.r
annouMemea wee Pao .. Cet 4) atty miles' sad "I 1 h' "nna
In reeofasxed medical Journals.Dr. by Wipe *aGat.....*eeeretoryGeorge H was also ._,.. net ..... the epentng af the final M iharh, l> not lawlu.ird in the! ..... ...... The do'OI A" moving to

Coaverae entered the pro B. Reedy In an eitraordtoary the margin or sevaaga. mparking drive for .......... today the' eoertraet new under neorla "......e," h* said, "If Mw ward the norlh ,. .lhe..1 AI a
vats practice of aneeUnslolrgyla new confereece to rallT smPM tNT t and production the' tompnny "was cenfuaed for turn The UAW Aatf' remVaeie Morn doe conse into ways It feat clip 'If dl ,,'J.I 21 m u h
Winter Haven tn IMS He re. tilt Waldorf ,..... Hotel. Daly urtoed.... (to hosed) amounts to MI2.TW Thtaamount a variety of r......" over Ih' ire. at midnight wouM I... bard to concentre**entor Weathermen. .j" no immediate

catty was married toDr.Cweavdetvn Ontted Pree*Intemattonal reported from the Fruit and VeeetaMeIneeifUon will h refunded to ...'* intutenc profit sitar Doogtet Freer direetar of a ml opeeeb, even If we dM change in thi "t,,***'. counrbut
Ital.. Caner, oleo aa ... from Waahtoffkon lent Division the grower taw w*. s ttrtkeihle m 'r the UAW American. M'''", deMrtaaent nave nae of Mw ......,.* laid it ...a. expected IInne t t"-,>
**tbesl.*sfl4 m Wtaeer Have sight MMI jMfetoa. waa "HIed By rail t._ grapefruit, h> Member were given a rundown He shed. a story that appeared was ok""k> ?lv anered The ecatvoeaatoa to cow toward the northeast t.
Both are Medical...... ef the pea on a disorderly ehari tovolvtof ...... m If......; .by truck en the new .butt. .hand in a MBwavhee new av Cuekm'Si's ."'_ Mftedulad air neat Thoreoay.TkM night

Ceobqr Medical leelet, meAaMrtcaa "........ .........'*and elected 8JM grapefnaM, 11JM1 or .1.g .gwipmem tea Mnyrhla poper wfcirk inisOii untonovreoa -If .'. romped. I'n ..tftlajkten awHMO the stalk tee the Highest w'n.l, | were lill iIM '

Aeeociattoa, to forfeit |40 collateraL apse, total. ri.T4 grapefnut.U Waverly The total coat at .in Wtaeonrin a* sayisptile him ot to ihrr. ," he ttpme/o11. .bar been reeebedON and the Wtaih ,
and*other. proteeetaneJ organize.ttea Police reeorft*efcow ....J.- l orangoa tor a aawpptog the ........ MfMsng row utortty of .* rank andsnarMf Mewed .....,.. te law' bra tdy fy ,.... or anatber.wgfl Bureau warned small craft '

! TIle Florida Society of AavsthesMoflMa kin .a.o.a* arreeted al MMWaantngten total of ... base dory toauflMMM at tn* pork fir grben di nee want pre/k ....... raw. >VmLM VleWII. hot tale.t Ae1M.r formal. canoslMos remain to port. from Florida / ,
I wtttOo
.. aM Hov.
YMCA ai KHJOp.nu Caanery receiota IT. grapefrail. Amortonn Meters pew ai CMsaptam "We're read, tl on 'I
I a component of tof bone and all ef Hat tmema taw Vtogtoto Cape warm
the aeb"eke
oa Jaa. U 15. on a charge of 14.471 orangoa for a ca* drew an "f It* ran to Heswhasin rVrta Bryant M
: (CoMtauH On Page 9. Cot f "disorderly conduct (pervert)." nery total of 42 CM braes Cal Oe Page t. Co, n / .......... Wta Teetered oa Peaj* Cct I) ,. (Continued On Pace 9. Cot I ii


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Thursdey, October IS 1964

I Byrnes Warns Rights Law New Officers ". J ,' ." ,. "'r .. t"'. Hospital News Governors Meeting I

Could Brina..or Disorder Installed By I WEDNESDAY'S Wtoerr Haven ADMISSIONS Ends HarmoniouslySAN

g Mn Jack W. Wilson Mri.
GREENVILLE:, S. C. (UPI) Inevitably result, bad feeling B. L. Juagknecht, Mrs Carl
James F. Byrnes, former should be aroused among white School Club W Holt Mrs Thomas W. ANTONIO. Tex. (UPIThe )- Breathltt of Kentucky and Wii
governor senator U. S. secre and colored employes, there Is Harvey Jr. Mra Richard C. governors of 18 Southern Ham E. Barron of West Vir

tary of state and onetime close apt to be disorder In the middle The annul Open House of ffj. Cheney Mrs G. W. Lynch! states ended a harmonious annual glnls. John Connally of Text
aide lo Franklin D Roosevelt of the night" Byrnes said tile Cooperative Education Club Daniel H Elliott. Miss Wendy conference Wednesday abstained
aid Wednesday the civil rights "The of wu held Tuesday night in the Jones Mrs Renee Holt, Mn marked by a turn from segregation "This seems to be a new ole
management a cor-
law could bring "disorder in cafeteria of tile Winter Haven John F Doty, Mn Ronald as their main concern ment In the judicial procl''l'of
poration in this state, and
the middle of the night" at particularly High School. A. Splelman, William L. Garner toward reapportionment and this country," said ConnlnW.D.ce' \'
Southern industrial plants are Students, their employers and Miss Vicky DeOnatavla, the battle for the presidency suggested method for
with determinationof
charted the
Byrnes said most Southern parent attended tile Open House. Master Douglas Whitmer, They turned down a requestby passing the amendment demand .
Industrial plants are located have personnel problems "will John W. Wilder, county super. Charlie: Meggloson, Mri E. A Alabama Gov. George Wallace by state legislature for
big headache he
outside cities, have many wom- visor of Cooperative Education: Lewis for a conference stamp of a constitutional conventionhuthas
en workers and operate on said.He wu the twit speaker and installed Auburodale approval on his proposed con never been successfully!

shift. changing at midnight. told a meeting of the Society new officer Mrs Stephen Bariloitz, Mn stitutional amendment to make used.
'If in the changes that will for Advance"ent of Management Officers Installed were: Larry t Hubert E. Cox Mn Bobby E. public schools exempt from The conference elected Con-
_. .
"I do not want your McLendon, president; Frances Partin Walter E. Shirty, Mini federal rulings. nally, a longtime friend and
Job." Doty, vice president; Lou Me. Nancy Ann Boyd Mrs Carl- Conference resolutions need personal ally of President Johnson

LocaIOptiMrs.Club Donald, recording secretary; COOPERATIVE EDUCATION OFFICER From left, Larry ton Stokes Charles A. Cooley. unanimous approval. Three governors its new chairman.
"The law will completely revolutionize Call Tat, corresponding ..eer.taryl *. the Wallace -
McLendon Wsverly voted against
Frances Doty, Lou McDonald, Call Tate, and Linda The conference adjourned
your employment ; and Linda Phillips, treas and abstained
Phillips Charles A. Hattaway, Mrs. proposal, one without selecting the city for Its
practices where you do not at urer. .
Cannle Baiemore.
next meeting, but Sea Island
that time have employed as 13 other ,
Plans Eagle Lake The governors
Ga., and Raleigh, N. C. extended
many Negroes ss white persons Democrat Hulett C. Smith In Mrs Ernest R. Tompkins resolutions, including one Invitations
and where Negro employes are Middle Atlantic States to cancel
gubernatorial battle. Un Lake Wales calling on Congress Mississippi Gov. Paul Johnson

not given supervisory powers derwood received 58 per cent Miss Laura Bracewell. the effect of the Supreme said Tuesday the conference
Charter DinnerAt he said. of Kanawha County's vote when Bowling Green Court's "one man one vote" should consider holding

The law goes Into effect July Favors Democratic SlatePITTSBURGH he was elected governor in 1956 Clarence Adkins. decision earlier this year its next meeting in his state
by a statewide margin of 63,000 DavenportWEDNESDAY'S The high court ruled that
2 next for businesses employing which he said had been given
the of the year
regular meeting
votes Thus, the latest poll seats in both houses of state
100 or more a bad image by "Communistsand
Winter Haven held
UPI-From) his opponent, Democratic Cov would Indicate he Is not run legislatures must be distributedon media
Monday night, Mrs H. T. (Dud)
"You may be penalized If you the shores of New Jersey to Elbert N. Carvel. ning as strongly as he did Winter Haven a population-only basis. The
Fowler, president, read a let-
ter of welcome to the newly maintain a different seniority the mountains of West Virginia, Ohio which has gone Democratic eight years ago. Miss Theresa Bellinger Mrs. governors asked Congress to
chartered civic organizationfrom list for white and Negro em most political polls continue tc only once In the last six Goldwater lieutenants In West Gene Cords, Herman L. Duggcr pass a constitutional amend Look on Page
Mayor Richard Dantzler In ployed. You may be penalized point to victory for at least presidential elections, is seen Virginia were still waiting for Mrs James W. Gamer ment allowing states to appor- -+
behalf of the city, if you maintain for the races the top of the Democratic as having a very close presidential I. the campaign break which they and infant daughter Master ton one House on some other 8

Mr. Bishop Jones was wel separate facilities," Byrnes ticket In the November elec race. Many political observers admit must come if their man Stephen Johnson Mrs Wallace basis. FOR YOURBONUS
comed as a new member and said tion. are beginning to feel- Is to collect the state's seven D. Keister Johnny L. Lambert, Those who voted against the
accepted the chairmanship of "You must remember that Republicans In a five-atate but aren't sure-that Johnsonwill electors! votes Thomas H, McLeod, Master Wallace proposal were Elbert BUCK
the octal committee. Other Middle Atlantic region are carry the state's 26 electoral Carvel of Delaware Edward T.
Joseph Potthast, Mrs. Wayne
those who will be charged with West Virginia's U.S. Senate
committee chairmen named working furiously to turn the votes.Glancing. Rogers, Master Richard I
responsibility for enforcing this race continued to attract little
were; Mrs. Stanley Frledmann, trend. over the Middle Atlantic
Vaughn, Mrs. Jennie Walker
law will not be familiar with attention with incumbent Democrat DOCTRINEof
in New Jersey
ways and means; Mrs Robert Recent surveys region:
Wiegert, publicity and scrap- conditions that have existed for show President Johnson NEW JERSEYThe Robert C. Byrd doing Bowling Green

book; Mrs. Ken Duke, parliamentarian years In our industries" leading heavily, but the experts outcome of the presidential very little campaigning and his Clarence E. Adkins
; Mrs. Don Strick feel this presidential election race In New Jersey underdog Republican opponent
land, membership; and Mrs. Ed Is loaded with more uncertainties could lie In heavilyRepublicanBergen Cooper Benedict generating Davenport ATTONEMENTis
Vlertel, programs Mrs Howard than any In recent County This week thecounty's little Interest' with i low-keyed Mrs Marion Bayles.
Moore was elected corresponding Sweetheart memory. largest campaign Auburndale
newspaperThe the Lesson-Sermon Subject. in the
secretary. The first sizeable poll of West Hackensack Record endorsed PENNSYLVANIAIn Mrs Edith Boland, MasterGregory
Final plans were made for Virgins voters has confirmed President Johnson The 1960. Nixon carried 52 of Dean, Bobby R.
the charter banquet to be held what the political "pro. have endorsement said: "The Record Pennsylvania's 67 counties and Smith, Lewis Strickland. Christian ScienceCHURCH

Saturday, Oct. 17 at Morrison's.Invited Contest Set been saying for weeks the recommends the defeat lost the state to the late JohnF. Waverly SUNDAY
guests Rep. Mountain State appears safe crushing, annihilating, and for Kennedy by 116,326 votes. Mrs Norman Stanland.
and Mrs Ray Mattox, Mayor for LBJ the world, the nation and the Kennedy took the big metropolitan Lake Wales First Church of Christ Scientist
and Mrs. Dantzler, CountyComml..loners Democrats and Republicansalike Republican party therapeutic and Industrial region vote.Nixon Mrs Elsie Druker. A**. L end ttk Sty N.w.
Dunson FFA
By are pouring on the cOllinPenn.ylvanla the defeat of Barry Gold. won the rural vote. Lake Alfred SUNDAY SERVICE 11-00 A. .4.
and WUmer McCutcheon, and
Debra Harrell.llaines .
leveling their water and the element he
represents Republican strategists
Commissioners concede
Tom Turnbull, Hughes The Future sights on the big city vote. ." Philadelphia and some City Reading Room Open to the Public
Steele, J. D. Hill, and Mrs. Farmer of America's annual Johnson and GOP presidential In 1960. Bergen County went other major metropolitan areasin Mrs John Lowe, Sherman Cor. Second and Ave. B, N.W.
Virginia Foley Mlllr, and Joe candidate Barry M. Goldwater for Richard M. Nixon by 70,000 the state this time. But they .
Sweetheart Contest will Op.n 10:00: A M. to 4:00 P.M. Men".y Okra StUrd.y
Higgins, commissioner elect; be held tonight In the Junior are due for appearances in votes It Is felt Goldwater will are hoping for a "holding ac Miss Knoxville, Tenn. "The Bible Speaks to Yo,," -JJ&SlS';,\a\ J:JJ; Sundays
Philadelphia and have Diane Williams
Pittsburghlater to better that
70.000.vote tion" In
Mr. and Mrs C. H. Ortt, Wit High School auditorium beginning some large urban
liam E.Rvnerson, Charles Cos- at 7:30 o'clock. this month. majority to come close to off areas which could be overcomeby
horn, Arnold Sllvsrt, andFrank In Maryland, Democratswere setting expected heavy Demo. the rural vote.
Boyd. Th U high school contestants reported wooing Theodore cratic margins in Newark and On the other side Pennsylvania OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 7 P.M.SHOES .
Doug Montgomery will act will be judged on tile McKeldm the Republican Jersey City. Bergen County, Democratic leaders are
as master of ceremonies and basis of beauty and talent. mayor of Baltimore-In an attempt which Is close to New York confident the polls are correct i e
Miss Mary Ann Boyd will entertain The master of ceremonies to gain his backing of City, Is the home county of In giving Johnson the lead. But

with accordlan and organ will be Dean Hemming, president the Johnson Humphrey ticket many wealthy executives and they are not over confidentand
music of the local FFA Chapter McKeldin has refused to endorse there have been frequent reports are hard at work down to
Numerous other official visitors while other members of the Gold att'r. of defection to LBJ the precinct level 1 to "get out "
from various parts of the group will serve as Judges, Delaware Democrats are Elsewhere In New Jersey' tthe+voW>A heavy turn out at
state who are active in Optimistand Tonight's winner will be hoping for a sweep In their Democrats were reported having the polls Nov. 3 would favor .
Optl-Mrs. work will also crowned by last year's Sweetheart state but the chain may be difficulty generating Interest them.
be prsnU! Mrs. Darrll Chlsbolm.the broken by Incumbent Republican In the presidential sena MARYLANDThe
The deadline for reservationsis former Miss Rennet Sen John J Williams whoIs torlal and congressional contests political picture in S.HOAIRtho'[
tonight. Blanchfleld. reported running ahead of Overconfidence had Maryland which hasn't seen
Democratic leaders worried. much I
-- change In recent weeks. 230 W. CENTRAL
Gov Richard J. Hughes said could tike a turn when both
recently Democrats In New presidential candidates swing '
Jersey are suffering from Into the state between now and Where Your Money Counts
"composure" But Goldwater's the election
chances of capturing the Goldwater Is scheduled for

SPECIAL state's 17 electoral voles appear three addresses on Oct. 20.
marred by party disunity Johnson will be In Baltimore a SPECIAL SALE
When the Arizona senator few days later
-a campaigned In the state a few A hot senatorial race is still
days ago, three GOP congressional brewing In Maryland between
candidates and Republican Incumbent Republican St>n. J
U.S. Sen Clifford P. Case Glenn Beall and Democrat Joseph
were conspicuous by their ab- Tydings the son of Hush
former U.S. Sen. Millard Ty.
.t'nCf'I.WEst AND
MRC.IMt dmgs

SHOTGUNSHELLS --Last week, the Charleston DELAWARE
Gazette polled voters In West Delaware D e m o c r ats BAGBREATHIN'
Virginia's populous Kanawha smiled this week when the results Puppies
County The poll showed John- of three separate polls-
ion leading Goldwater. 68 percent one by radio stations one by a
to 28 per cent with 4 percent leading newspaper and one by BRUSHED PIGSKIN CASUAL SHOES BY WOLVERINE GET THEM I
undecided the Democratic WHILE if//

former However, the same poll gave made public. All three polls VALUI.,. .. .. . ... ... ....... 5.93 THEY M
Republican Gov Cecil agreed Johnson holds a com :
II Underwood 54 per cent of fortable and perhaps even an UST-! '. i
the vote to 42 per<< cent for overwhelming majority. HANDBAGVALUE
1,11 ........ ...... ... ...... 2.99 '. -, gel
Starts Sunday "THE KILLERS" with LEE MARVIN ,
"Wki did\ the lu.t..ial l undid.; *)* here te uy' the editor

....4 his ri,orttf. The cniwtr 'Not a dim. thing" Ttitn Mid For Only 8.98

the editor, "Okay, i.., If dawn U twe ttlumnl.' "


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1 I Winter Haven Daily News.Chief Today's NOT EVEN A SNACK BREAK Johnson Given Good

W. E. RYNMSON, WI..r-fuWlth.r I
JOHN W. RYNHSON. A..ia.... t* rt>. fublith.r

I 'uttll...... daily (..cot. .t..rj.yl. .by eke WlM.r H.... CommentaryBy Chance To Win In Ohio
'ultllahllHt c.., Inc.. 12* I'. 5+...., N.W.. WtaUr H..... fl.,'''*

CHARLES eOSHOftNJACK 6..1 Mansgor EDITOR'S NOTE: TMele has more appeal l to the fe, ,
( block of Ohio independent ,I" '
IEAHAN A,.. ... Editor K. C. THALER another In I aerie. of thin n ,
conservatives any < ?
United Prow International by UPI newsmen
11 PETER J SULLIVAN M. patches critic candidate in many \, ,d',
Adv.rtiiin r the
f wuMry on
LONDON (UP) Russia Is ntti? l $ IIOMtISc round the roadblock
al ,' e Stin they see ,r
for all U N ; AS Il$ 11rti .Itv.ti In their
iI6 NATIONAL ADVERTISING' MWIMWATIVF. puabfog a plan HIS ( politic in a state which i ,
ih.nno i ( A..I..... I h... Chic<.., Ml.Entered members to renounce the use of tret.) their path ,
voted Democratic only one m
d *t Scnd CU.. Mill M.tt.r Se..p.. 6, 124 *. th. Poit ONia force for settling territorial and 'M-Ohlo the last six presidential ]I.( rtlon.
SI in Wli.t H...., Florid, imd.r eel .( M.rcn 2, II7T frontier disputes. y Outlook SHORT .. That was In 1948 \<''f" t
Soviet diplomat have hinted By IIASKELL
,... strongly Premier Niklta Khrushchev "err; ,: ft? United Frees International President Harry S Truman to<
III .. MEMBER AUDIT IUREAUCIRCULATIONS Ohio (UPI-A hind In all the polls, carried tv
wants to make this one COLUMBUS,

.at. <:"a' \. Of of the key topics In any summit ,I X t good many political observers state. Democratic problem
'" President The :n
'.u," conference with the U S. Ire beginning to
sl 9 b1 the strong Republican,
president, after the Nov. 3 elec Johnson li on his way to carrying
MEMBER not state administration and organ
tion. but they are
.. Acti. M."' .... UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL liation 101 the small armI>
the race
for believe
Kremlin's and all
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ik. Unit.d ,.... ia .n6H.d, t. the u.. The eagerness sure Republicans seeking re.clec1;'!Oat
.ubIlCl'io". .f .1I1.ul a world wide pledge against will be close.
ASSOCIATION u sows prnt all levels. They could bn-,,
l ... in this .._........ as will is .11 UPI forceful changes of International yea Various polls Indicate Johnson ))
'1564 "news Oi..ch.a. borders appears to have been ,, ; E; ; gaining and Sen. Barry Gold- GOP fortunes generally ty
motivated at least partly by I 00 / Vyly ; I water slipping. But the edge bringing out a large Repul.l.

ADVERTISING DEADLINE growing uneasiness that Com they gave to Johnson li not can vote.
( CLASSIFIED CIPARTMENTi Coattail riding however ,
By the Wrd. I P.M. ',..i.u. D.,. ly the! Inch: ) '.M. ..ioua D.5. munist China may one day seek enough for Democratic comfortor automatic since Buckcvt
L.q.l Notitoi: t P.M. ',..iou. D.,. Sunday Edition D..dline" : Friday to retrieve some of the vast s Republican despair. not !
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT;: areas which she claims Russia Some of the leading political voters must make a choice tot

Sund.y E"i'io-J P.M. Thur.d.y; Monday Edition-I P.M. Frid.y; took from her In the past cen l reporter of motor Ohio news- each office and cannot vote *
C Tu.tJ.y Edition, -Noon S.turd.y; W.cI......", Thu....., and Friday jury believe that if Johnson straight party ticket by mak
Edition, -1 f.M. Two. O'va in Adv.nc. A Peking reminder that vast papers carries Ohio It will\ be by no ing one mark on a paper bal

Member, Southern N........... Publithort. Ass.ci.I.n stretches of Asian Russia were more than 60,000 votes. Former lot or by pulling one lever on
w Mtrnbor Florida Pron Allocation once Chinese has prompted Vice President Richard M. Nix the machines.The .
M strong reaction from the Kremlin on carried the state over the number of major speakers
P li Carrion or Mail which warned Mao Tze. late President John F. Kennedyby each party Is sending (Intt

It Tar, 111.20: k manila P.10: 1 month,, $4.SS; I month 11.55'd ; tun I" regime bluntly any move 237,000 In I960. Ohio shows the effort each cm
weakly 35 con... Singh Copies: Daily, i tots: Sunday, 10 c.nt. against Soviet territory wouldbe The leaders of both parties dilate is making to win the
met with vigorous resistance are optimistic but they believeit state's 26 electoral votePre.ldent
: r Johnson urged
Is too early to make a firm party
Recent reports suggested both prediction. They recall Ohio I unity and a determineddrive

bu' For Russia and China have been reinforcing shifted from Democratic to Re to get out the vote regardless
A Thought Today their frontiers in the public late in the 1960 cam of what the polli

re Far East The two Communist paign. showed, in a Cleveland speech

giants have I Joint 8,000 mile A late shift could well come last week
: "And (to that you may know) what it the exceed. frontier and friction has already again as the polls and the politicians He planned to return to Cln!

; ing (immeasurable and unlimited) greatness of His occurred In some sectors. report many voters are cinnitl and Dayton this week

: to us-ward who believe according to (demon- Khrushchev apparently had ,, not talking and apparently have He chose Dayton Instead of
power this potential threat in mind not made their choice Columbus after local leaden
II itrated) the working of Hi mighty power, which! he when he circulated some time The Intense campaigning apparently had announced he would be in

2I wrought in Christ when lie raised Him from the dead ago to heads of government a Retired Candy Manufacturer has not stirred the Columbus apparently because

and let Him at His own right hand in the heavenly proposal to Join Russia in re voters. Democratic-labor registration Democrats believe they have a
" nouncing force for settling territorial efforts fell short in good chance of beating veteran
n (places). Eph. 1 :1920th disputes. The responsewas Cleveland, Toledo and other Republican Rep. Paul Schenckat

The same power that Is manifested in believers Indifferent and the plan Birch areas although the effort was reported Dayton.Sen. .
Formed In 1958The
s. was exercised in the raising: of Christ from the dead. forgotten. Society good In Youngstown. The Hubert II. Humphrey
-Dr. Albert L Carnett Last month Moscow suddenly state's chief election officer predicted the Democratic vice presidential
arar revived the plan. This time It only 17,000 more persons candidate, has made four

sent the proposals to U.N. Secretary John Birch Society mained a mystery to most all the states except Alaska would vote this year thanIn trips Into Ohio, sometimes
General Thant for Inclusion What It Is Americans and i awsil. 1960. This would bring a rec speaking to disappointing
on the General Assembly By MYRON FEINSII.BER "You had probably heard ord turnout of 4,225,000 voter. crowds.
tit News Chief Editorials agenda In New York next United Press International of John Birch before our society Nothing about Robert Welch but the Increase would be yar Republicans this week scheduled .

a6t month. When Robert II, W, Welch came into the limelight" suggests zealotry. He has said short of the state's populationgain. Nixon In Toledo and San

An accompanying letter Jr., a retired candy maker says Robert H. W Welch Jr.. "the secret Communit looks dusky and on to Cleveland for
Go Backward warned that conflicts once from Massachusetts gathered its f-ninder. "This Is simply because and acts Just like anybody else Both parties report bright a statewide radio television!
Let's Not started over territorial claims 11 businessmen In an Indianap- the Communists in Wash. only more so" and he, too, spots and problems as they speech. Former President

M We see by the papers that the City Commission threaten to spread to vast polls hotel room on Dec. 1958 melon planned it that way looks like anybody else. head Into the final two weeksof Dwight D. Eisenhower was

ec wants a complete audit made pf the promotion fund. areas of the world, even very to found the John Birch Societyhe Welch makes the statement In He is a short white-haired, the campaign scheduled In Columbus and
remote from their flashpoint told Ills listeners:: the course of a two-day speech Democrat. believe Johnson Goldwater in Mansfield, Akron
Do The reason as stated, was to know exactly where the soft-spoken man a lover of Canton and Youngstown
and in the final run to overgrow "The Communists, through which he estimates he had delivered -
money goes. Last year the city spent $20,375. This Into a world nuclear missile long and careful and insidious 29 times.In quick practical to jokes sometimes
anger a nervous pub.
: year the promotion committee has asked for $24,714 war." preparation have already gone its printed form it Is the lie speaker. He Is a native of ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
Moscow Is now to all appearances at least one-fourth of the way famous "Blue Book" which North
committee asked for around Carolina a product of
t. Incidentally, last year the most anxious to win towards the accomplishment of contains Welch's analysis of the that

m 22000. In going over the promotion funds of comparable backing from the neutral and the third and final step Communist threat to America Harvard atate's and university the U.S. and Naval of WDIO-TV WFLA-TV WFTV-TV WTVTTVChcuiwl

III cities, we find that our figure[ II low not maligned nations as I protective which Is taking over. this coun He believes it it wholly internal Academy, a former vice president .." Chan*.! Chaiiii) 1 'Cho.." 5 11
world public opinion Shield try." from domestic Communists. CIS NBCToffiM Ale CIS
of the
.t high. any possible Chinese territorial Three years later the society National Association Orlando Oriand Te",,.

:: Thii is certainly no time for our community to moves in the future. reported "the total Commu Welch explains that John of of Manufacturers the well-to-do, 4 Boston resident Thursday -- (Oct.

atop promoting Winter Haven. During the past year That Moscow has China up. nisi influence over our national Birch was a Christian missionary suburb of Belmont. lie was NIGHT 15
1. permost In mind In pushina activities" at "a minimum In China who was killed by born In -- __ _
we have seen our tourist trade fall off considerably. this clan has been spotlightedby of 40 per cent of total control.. the Chinese Communists 10 1899. 4.00-N.w, N.w, Sport. Ale N..., Pull N...,

- There are reasons. One is the World's Fair, but that the lack of Soviet concern And, in its latest evaluation days after V-J Day. In the 1940's he became 4:11: -Sport,. W'lh.c W..'h.r Now,, W..th.r Sport, Wlh.r
4:10-CIS: N.w NBC News. M.tt.rten CBS .
isn't the largest factor. The largest is the opening of for other more Immediate and the society found the U.S. "SO "He thus became probablythe alarmed over the spread of 4:4S:: -CIS Now NBC N.w. h. 114......." CIS N.w N.wt
the turnpike. It siphons off thousands of cars that explosive flashpoints. Russia Is to 70 per cent Communist-con first American casualty in communism and socialism lie
hacking In principle, Indonesian trolled and InDuimced." that third world war. between visited England In 1948 to study 7:0o-Hu..i.: C.. 14 G4n. Ru.vo. M.ick
would have come down U.S. 27. Now it is going to be President Sukarno in his current In Its sixth year of existence, the Communists and the ever- its socialist government He 7: II- end Flsklnq; C. 14 Glenn R..... M..ick

our problem to get these cars off that route and aggression against Malaysia the John Birch Society by its shrinking 'free world.' which Is made a month-long trip around 7JOo-Th.7:4I-Th. Munsiir Mussl.rs, Bus'u. Shp Step The The Fli"'o FIi.'o". M.ick Mav.rick

I through our city. It is also going to be our problemto and Is supporting Egypt's own accounting thus finds the still being waged tgainst us," the world In 1949. He visited
arms buildup In full knowledgeof scope of its self-.Igned task Welch says. President Syngman Rhee of s.00-Perry Mason lu. Shp Tko Donna Perry Mason
get more and more conventions for our city. This Arab desires to clip the fron increasing and also finds "His heroism, 'complishmcnts Korea and President Chiang .:11-'.", Mason I.a, Stop. Rood Show 1."y Mason
can only be done through concerted effort on the part tiers of Israel. itself the sub led of more controversy and nobilitv of characterwere Kai-shek of Nationalist China in .:JOo-,.", Mason 0,. Kild... My Th,.. Son Porry Mason
'::41-'.", Mason 0,. Kid.re My Thne Son. terry Mason
of a commitee geared to handle this matter. and probably more to make him a legend 1955 Chancellor Konrad Ade ,
curiosity-than ever. which the Communists could nauer of Germany in 1958. lie OOo-h".o: Dr. Kild... I.wifched Password
During the past year the Commission receiveda They result In part from the not allow to live," Welch adds decided to devote the rest of .II-.word Dr. KII'an' Itwl'ch.d "word

monthly report of every cent paid out by the com AlmanacBy emergence of the "extremism"Isiue And he charges It requiredfive his life to fighting communism JOo-Th.;: I.ii.ys Haul P.ylen Place Tho Itil.a

mittee. The end of the fiscal year for this committeeis In the presidential cam years of effort "to pierce His associates say he devotes :41.f hlbo. Haul N..2 .f Balboa''

reign Liberal I Rcoublicsns the blanket of oblivion which 18 hours a day to that cause. 10:000-Th.D.f.: ......, Olympic. 114 The Jimmy Th. D.f.nd.r.
the last of this month. We realize that in order to United Press International fought at their party's San had been so brazenly thrown lOilS: -Th. O.f......., Olympic. It44 Doss Sh.w Th. D.f.nd.r,

get it into the budget plans must be laid now but Today Is Thursday Oct. Francisco convention to condemn over his life and death by Com Welch made It clear at the 10JOo-Th. D.f.nd.r Olympic. 164 Th. Jimmy Th* D.f.nd.n

let's not plan ourselves out of business-everyone will IS. the 2891 h day of 1964 with the Birchen by name, munist sympathizers in our beginning that the society wouldbe '10:45: -Th. D.f.nd.r, Olympic It 44 D... Show The D.f.nd.r
77 to follow. monolithic. "No collection of
along with the Ku Klux Klan government. .
II:00-Now: N.wi, Spt. Wfr N.willn New,, Sport,
suffer The moon Is approaching Its and the Communist party In The 11 businessmen from debating socities is ever goingto t 11:1 I : $-Soort,, W'h.i Olympic. .It44 E'tori.l, Wth.r Wth.r, ('lariatI
full phase. the 1964 platform They lout the nine states who heard Welch stop the Communist conspiracy I 11:10: -Th.tr, .f T.niqht Show L... Sh.. Thursday
The morning stars are Jupiter fight but the fight focused attention tell about John Birch and the from taking us over," he II :41- the Stan Tonight Sh.w Lass Show Night Menlo
A Wallop To Our Pride Man and Venus. on the Birch Sncietv Communist conspiracy In the said.

Last Friday night Winter Haven football fans The evening stars are Jupiterand The Democrat proceeded to Indianapolis hotel agreed to lie estimated five million Friday MORNING Oct. 16
The Blue Devils lost Saturn. single out the three groups for join with him and formed the Americans
shook a were supporting
got thoroughly up. game. Irish poet and author Oscar condemnation.The .

Up to then they seemed invincible but as with other Wilde was born on this day In Birch Society has re society Welch says chapters exist In effective" anti Communist'groups 7:0o-AI"on.7:1I-W.k..U: Today Today Show Show Now.. ."........M..M.""

giants there was a David and Plant played the part. 1858. 7JOo- Mo.i.. Today Show Miclio Enn. "....M."

In some ways this may have been good, for defeatin In On 1917 this World day In War history I's: most DAILY CROSSWORD He said he could win the battle 7:45-N.: W'th.r Today Show Micte Enn. "A.M."

any sort of a contest makes better competitors out famous spy, Gertrude Zelle ACROSS! DOWN U. DI.. n with communism "if I could .OO-C.i.: Today Show Miclio' Even C.Ndn
s coordinate the activities of .:11K.... .... Today Skew Mick .
;i. Even Kangaroo
contestants. This should to be known aa Mata Harl was I, Kept 1. Pudding grace
of good prove N
really : .
executed outside Paris.In a. Dciplaed 2. Egyptian 22.Ex- those million men and women JO-C.i.. Today Show C..ill. C..ill.
the incentive to blast the rest of the teams out of the 194S Pierre Laval I former J 1. B..lle god clama.U. + with some degree of positive. 1:45- Kangaroo Today Show C.rt."vlll. K...'....

field and win the coveted title which we believe is French premier was executed A convex S.Weathertlort nets and efficiency approachingthe 1:00-Amo: ,ieag T.d.v' Mario Enorelo Th. Mikp
molding cocks 23.Dan. Xlr coordination by the communists ,:II- History "Gan Ou.111I toonrillo
Devil team. for betraying his countryto '' Douglas Show
of the Blue
the capability Nazi Germany during World 11 Pnonwithout 4, Before c.r'a of their members and fel 5:10-Romp.. Roes" Dunn:' M,. Mageo Th. Mibo
I. Patriotic cam w low-travelers ." 5:45-Rewp.r. Room 5'... /redid Mr. Magee Douglas 5k.,
War II. v
hop: al. ol'J'anl&ao bal y
The In 1946 Reichmarshal Herman 14. Commence tIes: abbr 28.0Uldo', r The 10 0o-CsS: Now.. G. M'tgowo" Spanish L.n..a Tko MAe
Letters To Editor flooring committed suicideby 15. Undivided (. A ..parenote society retains the structure s0 II-CIS N..a. ", ...y'. M.vio Spanish Lasoons Douglas' Show
taking poison a day beforehe It. Siberian time 21. Nour ,.......,.. A.... Welch outlined. There are :I0FO-I: Los. Lucy W.rd br Word Prka I Right I Lev. Lacy
was scheduled to be executed river Interest lahotd 3*. Fiction no other national officers and 10:45-I:: Lwo Lacy Word for W.rd hlu I:: Right; : L.cy .j
Dear Editor: alma and goali WHY VOTEA IT. Droop' T. Halt! 2S. Back captain no elections There Is no accounting "
charge may be welcome the mlddl Clothes: :30. MIIIIic 39. Membrane of funds to member Oo-A""y: .f C.nconhetien Got The Andy .f

Being one of 8,052 registered James J. O'Hara IS. Wanders colloq. lIote 40. God of war And while its goal Is 1.000,000 ..1 I 1 II5-]Oo-Th.Mayberry R..I C."et"'ra".. .... M....... Mayborry"
In the A thought for the day: The : .y Min;.. Li..ks. Tho McCoy.
vote 31.
vote n who did not off '. Lamb'spen Pale 43.Oermanrtrer members, it declines to
say '1145McCoy. J.opardy. Mining Links
Greek Demosthenes, Th. .
city election on Oct. 8, 1964 aa orator 22. Close' to name S1 Put on how many members it does McCoy
charged by EX commissioner QuotesWASHINGTON said: "To remind a man of 24. Wild ox: 10. Sound of u ... RefIlM have. AFTERNOON
Turnbull. I would like to express good turns you have done him Tibet a large bell etothe to grant --- ---
subject I Is very much like a reproach." 25. Bunt of 11 A wood M. Mara ... Swvdlih 17:00-1w..0 Lif. Say Who, F.h.. N..... W.a/bur
F Clifton
views on A "council" of 30 members
my anger 19. Kind slightly coin 12,..1-1.... .f Lif. Say Who K.ws gad Fans, S'h. Mirt.
White national director of the: 29. A rapacious 20. Man's 37. Out. aawhlakera 47. Anger or fewer eiist. Its chief purpose 12IOo-S'ch T", .. T".It., Tonnot.a Sclt for Tmew
In order to vote for I candidate Citlirnt For Coldwater, on the person nickname 4.. Butt to advise Welch and to 12:4s-C: &"i.; Light C..u..c. Emn F.rd COui"i" Light.
to any office, in any arrest on morala charges of Memories Sl.Colorl.M tick his SMcceaaor In event of
to I t. s 4 s e r a v + I :Oo-.C-1rl Tall' N.... Speh. M..i". Mode
election it U Decenary presidential aide Walter W, liquid Mi death. Paid and volunteer Le..f LNe
candidate atanda 1:1.: Toward 1:15-GIrl: Talk Waath.r "H.n..., I. L.r. .f Lif.
Jenkins "coordinators"
know what the : 20 YEARS AGO I& recruit members I 30-World Tvrn Ss.d;.
/I Eight
: World Tarn,
for "Certainly human feelings of Local and national "endeesers" : ; : :
The U.S. Third Army headquarters 13. Embank. 1:45-World Tans Shdto Iight Dal Arnou World Tarp 1
companion for Mr. Jenkins I$9 14 lend their names to
announced that Brig. meat
Prior to the Oct. 6, 1964 election and and the 3:00-P.uword. Lerotta Y.,,, ,
his family communitywill Gen. James A. Van Fleet hadassumed 14. Perform society but are not necessarily Mary H.lch. Password
I aaw no inltaUve on any be the first thought of milliona of the Both S3.P1CCM: IS : /to .r members 7:15-Password:I Th.alro N.wtI. Password t
command .
to make 2lo-.H.: Party (be Doctors Day .Is Curt
of the candidates, of Americans. The fact of rock: H.,, Poesy
Infantry Division "1 I' 10 11 Party The D.c/on D., Is. Ceurt
known to the registered voter that this aituation Involves the IS.TOPUhummlr. Dues are $24 fr ...... $U for Hoa. Party

any of their alma or goats until White House official family, (- u n Z4 II Ze n 11 women, I year. A We mess I OOo-T, Toil Trash Anothn World Gonad. T. Toll Tensi I
their last meager effort. a day however, makes it more than 10 YEARS AGOA bird : beraMcents $1,000.Member III-T. Toll" Trarh. AIte'h" W..ld. HonRal. T. loll lrutl
or two before election. I'm a personal tragedy. The effects whopping record budget 41. At home l' Is 1:18-14. .f Night. y., Doom Say n. Ywng Edao .f w'e; ,
mi. 41.AC041acuttle to 1.45-1... ., Night V., D..'. Soy Marriode I
lure that U the other rom upon America, both nationally enly $14,000 abort of a million are orfamae-d In E",. .f NhM1:00Spent

lion teat would have had an and Internationally, can be only dollars was approved on first 4 J. A wading U si r s4 chapters of H to 20 penou. A : Shew Match CO.", Tto8mn/r Spent Store
opposing candidate, the result surmised at this time" Winter Haven 4IS-Soont S._ Maleh. Bono ..
reading by the bird U ,. 5/ eomHMmtjr eaa have any n.n. 4 Tro9warl.y Sac..t Ssm' !
may have been different too. City Commission 4T. Sultan'a bar of ohaaton.. The soeiet* It Jo-u..l. W.It'a loon I' TnRwuta. Sa""," J
When a voter votes, he wants HOLLYWOOD Actress decree 5b/ v/9 e 44 41 41. 4\ .4 fj". be ***fl *ft In Texas ,"_s- A..a T. gown, T..II........ S,.."" .. I

to know what be U voting for.P..t Anita Ekberg renouncing her 4'. On one'stoo '0 California and OM and weakest Ioo-P.., ,....... The Lloyd Se...... ; Go' '. i
YEARS Maglla
Swedish citUenshlp to become S U 4. 41 .. in the East. 1:15-/.1.I ,........ Tlanhs Sh.. Sod.nt Ge' a
records mean a great aa Italian citizen: Wniter Haven United Fund 60Brd! .:IOo-L.... It ,... Lloyd Sports .. M..i"; J
w. ... Wa"'p
51 In ba b&11
deal but when a person voter "I decided to tell my attorneys planners moved Into high gear M so ':45T.. loam Tl.n5p Sh.. Nowe. I"tem'; E"i.erI.1; I tTl.e !
he li voting for the future. If to proceed with the renunciation with the appointment of H. E. satenT
candidates have Apple Jr. as chairman of the area pn4ro. ecbella on ..... Jod by the hlwteis' olds
Swedish I. III
none of the of my dUo Nut: TW Birth nod \
SlAbradtor Safety's view a' \oiect I. ck.n.e ..
big Commerce and Industry any Ioso no. Dolly Nose 0..1 ...b .h'
enough initiative to announceand icnship. I hope It will" be ac Di vllloG. material 10-11 W .ftMa. Moh/w a.wbli.' c. and 's net ,..........,. I, chop' .,'
emphatically express their complbhed very soon. ; b Meu. ,clolla. prynw



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J (UPI coi'respnuJot Alvin R SpinalToblg ;
Qo S Webb riposting Nm the U Space Sge Got OI
(UI ItJ..le... < center at button.I lilt! & track
...nr. .w. 4 ... _, ,_ thin ii believed to be the first
time (the Russians have' let It
CLOWNS AND GIRLS are headed towards Winter HayeD be known .
they art working
when the Clyde Beatty-Cole Bros, Circus exhibits at 4 and 8 p.m. Dresses
MOSTLY FAIR Most of the nation will have .. a nuclear racket Ittwvver the
opposite the new Citrus Showcase grounds on Cypress Gardens clear skies and about normal temperature
Road on Oct. 29.The circus Is being sponsored by Flerson-Ntchols It will be somewhat cooler In the Pacific Northwest and in the New England atatea. hilt is mastering of prinekjiin and the
Post 8, American Legion Rosemary Dennis Is a high flier with forecast for the lower Atlantic coastal states and In the Appalachians with showers forecast production of Mid a rocket are Blouses
the circus for the southern states, and parts of Arizona. two different matter.

(The United States hat been Sportswear
Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK Temperatures
working on a nuclear rocket for
Considerable cloudiness today some lime Rut became of technical .
Clyde Beatty CircusTo Panhandle and with .
tonight some occaiional
By I'nitrd Press International difficulties/ no launching It
Mostly cloudy with scattered
rain likely High today "
showers this morning low highAlbuquerque expected before W71. and proh at of COST
around 80. Low tonight ably later The U.S. oer
46 71 program I.
becoming partly cloudy late 65 to 70. Wind. north through

Be Here Oct. 29The today winds and 12 Friday to 22 Northeasterly miles per.. Small west 10 boats to 20 should miles remain per hour.In Atlanta Birmingham III 4.5!18 80 511 76Iloaton concerned being Flats Nev.undertaken with and static.la at primarily test Jackets of

hour today gradually diminishing life harbor until winds and rocket f'IIl'n.
I to 8 to 11 miles Chicago U 511
Clyde Beatty.Cole Bros. Frlelanls, bicyclists the Tito per seas subsideChurch Cleveland 40 86 (In i Circus, billed as the world's troupe, stars of the trampolineand hour tonight and Friday Mild Denver 4S 78 that the US nuclear rocket, ENE NN
largest, with Its huge big top, Capt. Astronaut, shot from temperatures High today 68 Pastors Detroit 4S 70 namnl Rover, would he ludcf
menagerie, side show, dining the mouth of a cannon 220 feet. to 74, low tonight 56 to 62. Jacksonville 611 71 launched In 19M This has since +
and shop tents, and 600 people, Clowns and more clowns than North Wives To Attend Kansas been channel: ( to W1 nt lair ,
comes to Winter Haven Thurs. ever seen before with the Beatty. See latest advisory hurricane City 46 72Loa Winter Haven
day Oct. 29 under the auspicesof Cole combine will be headed by Isbcll Cloudy with oc Nazarene Meet Angeles 59 76 MIOP LN WINTER HAVEN
the Frierson.NicholsposlNo. Eddie Dullum, Joe LaRue, Billy caiional rain today and to- Miami 82
8 American Legion The circus Kincaid and Cha Cha. flight Some locally heavy Naurene church pastors and Twin Cities 48 12
will spread Its magic city of Doors to the big show will ram High today 67 to 75, low their wives from this commun- Sew Orleans 511 76
tents opposite the new Citrus open at 3 and 1 p.m The per. tonight in the 60 s except SO i ity and area are scheduled to New York 110 68
Showcase grounds on Cypress formances will start promptly at Tallahassee area Northeast take part In the annual Florida Orlllldo 'Ie 80
Gardens Road. 4 and 8 p.m. to north winds 15 to 25 miles district Nazarene preachers' hlladt'lphia 39 87 2 BIG DAYS
The combined circus carries hour, conference which will beheld at Phoenix S9 113
150 arena petormers, 200 wild Dr. Bloch Central I the LawndaleChurchoflheNas- Raleigh 54 69SL
animals, a five.hippopotamus arene, Winter Park, next Mon- Louts 45 74
and three herds of performing See latest advisory hurricane day through Wednesday, October -
San Francisco 58 73
elephants. Pleased I s b e l 11 Considerable 26-28. FRIDAY
The host of performers Is cloudiness today and tonight The Florida district comprises Seattle 48 60
71 17
headed by Clyde Beatty, In per. With Award with some occasional ram 102 churches with about Tampa AND
son, and his world famous group likely. Friday partly cloudy. 9,000 members. Washington 44 72
of performing lions and tigers; Konrad E. Bloch, biochem- \High today around 80, low tonight Pastor of the boat church lathe SATURDAYis
Carla Wallenda and her sen. 65 to 70. Winds north Rev, Clifford G. Draley. h
saUonal high wire act; the six 1st at Harvard he University saidtoday through west mostly 10 to 20 Guest speaker will\ be Dr. Federal JudgesTo
Franconls, Italian bareback was 'surprised miles per hour. Small craft Samuel Young, Kansas City,
equestrians with Armanda who by the newt th.the should remain in laCe harbor Mo., chairman of the Board of Rule OnApportionment
had been awarded Nobel l
turns a backward somersaultfrom Price until winds and ttai subside General Superintendent of the
one running horse to an. SouthDiminishing denomination. He has begun a
other the Flying Goanas, starsof Dr. Bloch Is Internationallyknown fifth four-year term In the hlab-
wind and cloudiness
the lofty trapeze; the six for his studies of the est elective office the church.
way living cells make chats today with a few local Prior to his election as a general MIAMI (Uri)-Three federal .4
terol. showers through Friday High he Imtgen promised! here Wednesday
Don't Miss Page Bloch 52, lives In, Ixington .Joday 80 to 85. low tonight in president superintendent of Eastern Nazarene was to rule "in at short a time .g.aw r.a -- sr r -w ': Boss r..r -r saa -- -r sg

with his wife Lore, and their the 70'.. Southwest to went College, Wallaston, Mass? and ai postiMe" on a number of r1I
8 --. two children. winds IS to 25 miles per hour, aisw served M a pastor and motions before them on Florida IADIES'UHIFORMS .1 MEN'S\
Mrs Bloch said, "We haven't slowly diminishing. Small district superintendent.The 's already. outlawed 43 '
FOR YOURBONUS been officially notified A friendof craft should remain In safe program will be In chargeof senator, 112 representative reapportionment : j COATSGROUP I
BUCK ours heard the new on the harbor until winds and scat the district superintendent, plan I 1' SPORT 'I
radio_ and let us know." subside Dr. John L. Knight of Orlando.
One of 'the motions would take

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DAILY jGws.CE41WEdstt4

:r Holds Annual

-4 1d Fall PartyThe

annual fall party of the
FI"nda, Club was held the past
w M kf'lId at Port Paradise Hotel
;101,i ( rystal River, with 65 mem. "r
.' ,I' and 1 their wives In attend. BlUlt till*
a: '
ftMiliuufh I t a number of the fI'OIIP
went early to enjoy a brief vaca. Choir Honors
4s v, Won, organized activities began
s 1r Friiay, afternoon with golfing, Mrs. Rogers
huntlm and fishing. An Informal
social hour and steak cookout, Mrs. Alice Rogers was honor.
followed: by dancing, formed the ed on her birthday with a sur.
ev'''ninths entertainment. prise party by the Children" ,
a'' 1 1t On Saturday forenoon, there Choir of the Lake Hamilton Pres.
was a ccneral exodus by car and byterlan Church.
chartered bus for the Florida. The party was held< In the Ed.
Mltsl6slpplltame In CialnesvUle.The ucaUonal. Building.
t !golf tourney, fishing, hunt. Those present were Randy
L tog and a bridge tournament Martin Phillip Martin, Kenny
( occupied those who remained at 'Gogglns, David Rogers, Wynne>
y Port Paradise That evening,the Rogers, Steven Rogers, Karen
annual banquet was held, followed Rogers Lisa Hunt, Shannon
t,,' awarding of prizes to Hunt, Stefanla Simpson Teresa
winners In the various activities.As Tidwell, Debra Simpson, Carul
rt. Is traditional the fall party Hunt, Lura Bell, Mrs. Zema
concluded with a special Sunday Hunt, Mrs. Cephus Hunt, Mrs.
., morning breakfast held In the Ralph Rogers and Mrs. Robert
_p__ __ ___ n Port Paradise dining-room. Greene.

THE COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD of the Dally News Chief was accepted at yes WILLIAM E. RYNERSON, editor and publisher of the Dall', News -Chief, chatting with
terday's press part) by Mrs Robert A, Allen tor the Gardenia Garden Club of which she Is two of the special guests at yesterday's annual press parr Lex Hood left and Mrs. T. Introduce' you to SANITRONICS wt will mothproofALL
I President. The sliver bowl was presented on behalf of the News-Chief by E. .Schellen-- W, G. Lnns, your clouts or ctrptti FREE! Call anytime this wok

berg, one of the Judges of the contest European women take to 2 4-4404.. SERVICE AND REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES

nylon and lace bras more than AND MODELS OF VACUUM CLEANERS.

biggest the Cotton first change laundering shirts at undergo the time their of Winter Haven Clubwomen Are Entertained At Press Party parts do report their, according from American Maldenform.to a counter-market The 8 COMPANY OF

was only one woman's organi Sultan, charm columnist for firm that makes bras also reports -
hundred HAVEN
Approximately one born. totaled 882 Surgical operations WINTER
I the Woman' further that pink and black bras
representatives of women's to 3,238 and obstetrics ration in this city the paper. They were
rose Mn. Ronald are more popular In South and
Civic League now welcomed by
which contributeso The 310 HAVINDAII ILVD. 24-4404
organization to 1054. xrayfrom
known the Woman's Club McKinms and Mrs Fred Central America than they are
: greatly to the developmentof lesa than 3,000 to 14,420 as ,
MOVING I ? In the United States
the Winter Haven area attended and lab examinations from lie commented on the way the Duckworth also of the NewsChief -

I I I II the Daily Newi.Chiefs 11,000 to 167,150. with civic the groups growth had of Winter kept pace Haven Special staff.guests for the afternoon . . . -
annual press party yesterday Also by this time, he continued
and cited the work done Mrs E. II Schel GR/rNTHAM'S FEATURE *
at the Lake Region Yacht and a machine for PEDRO
by the various women's organ lenberg, and the judges for
If Country Club. treatment of cancer had been *
someone *
contest the Community
izations. the for
The principal I speaker of added. Since 1962 when this
Mr. SchclknherR announcedthe Service Award, Mrs W. G,
the afternoon was William E. department wan installed 9- Beautiful J
this executive assistant\ to :
knowis winner of year'saward Eons
you Rynenon, editor and publisher 426 cancer patients have been
the Gardenia Gar- the president of the American
of the Ne-w..Chil'f. andpre.III'nt treated In the ho plal. was
den Club. Mrs Robert A. Allen National Banks Lex
of the hoard of the A large colorful sketch of ; : ImportediII
moving. Winter Haven Hospital the proposed expansion, which president accepted the Hood, executive vice presidentof National SIZZLING !; *
engraved silver bowl, and the American
Mr. Ryncrson cited the will total three and a half mil .
\ : A frirndlv cAll hv the graciously replied to the presentation Bank of Cypress Gardens; and :
: W.I''flm"WAKun Hosteas : growth: of the Daily News- lion dollars, was shown Mr. SchelleJiberg The fourth STEAK J
Chief prelude to telling explained In d'tall.SER'ICE .
S will help thrill feel tit as I noOKLETS AVAILABLE judge C. C. Ryan wai unableto
homo till listeners the story of the AWARDS WITH EACH99EA. *
Guests at the werepresented
Winter Haven Hospital and E. II Schcllwiberg a member party attend.TEA TIMEA PLATTER C 58E
with booklets on
Its growth I timely subject of the panel of judges, $5.00 OR :
preparing news releases for tea hour followed the pro
In that a current building made the presentation of the
drive It now on, and the hospital Community Service Award. the clubs may Those secure unable one at to the attend club gram women during had which an opportunity time the * * . * .* .*
affects each and Mr. Schellenberg stated that
Join in (nrrymR on our everyperson News.Chief office Each was to become better acquainted
.. in this when he and his wife came to
S .mlllumt trndilinriHl
i ) aim presented with a gold and .
apiritofhrrxpitably.9'ell The history of the hospital, Winter Haven in 1922 there Pec6w
: : black fountain pen as a rno- The tea table was beautifully
Welrnme Wagon the for
: which m second to none
mento of the occasion. Nametags covered with a burnt or- hbA-6n
S name find nddrrM of
Its In the entire south.
families yoU know who : size. were symbolic of the silver ange table cloth and centered TOP 06D
cast was traced by the speaker New Arrivals f.9)
floral '
lire moving : Revere Bowl the community with a unique arrangement
: from its beginning In the
service award made of cocoa and gold chrysanthemums QUALITY
294-2989 : early 1920' The speaker gave by the News.Chief and spikes of
01 of the hospital
vital statistics Club*.are to wheat The appointments on
during the years and said w ([' ." ht'lni.J'anded t two the table further carried out BRAND Buys CHOICE MEATS
the medical
that Just last year weeks, to epart the seasonal theme with nut
staff had jumped to forty ment of the paper. Inten dishes and trays in the decorated

seven (us compared to lions of entering! competitionfor orange and gold tones, 'ChI.;,.' Long Groin
tWl'IIly.four in 1953)), that admissions the award. Mrs W. E. Rynerson presided .

were 10,449 and new Guests were greeted by at the silver\ service and Rice .. .. ... ... .. 3 lb., 39c ; ::--

Mrs. Lee Ellis, Women's Editor Mrs Jack Rynerson served 'HortV Golden Yellow r
her assistant Mrs Dex coffee punch from s crystal I = .
U EVERYTHINGFOR ter Daniels Jr., and Mrs Paul punch bowl. Sweet Corn . 3 :T j 39c ,:.' _-

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. White of Bush's Navy, Great Northern or

THEYOUNGER c Dallas.birth Tex of a daughter are announcingthe Laura\ '\ Kidney Beans 4 .: 39c Fresh U.S.D.A.

Caroline, Tuesday at 8 30 p.m. () Grad A Ga.
Mr White Is the former Mlns ;
!Marilyn Atkinson of this city 29

Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Wilson 59

became the parents of a v I
ion, yesterday at the local aS\ .
Wear by. hospital at 8:45: a m. The Limit I with $5,00 *r mere pureh.i.
young man weighed six "
Don Moor pounds and thirteen and one Small Western nice Bar-B-Q Sire)

half ounces Mueller's Med. or WideIb. I SPARE RIBS . . Ib. 49c

Fabil Jack Tar Mr. and Sirs Hobby E. Noodles . . . 2 ... 35c Oscar Mayer's Full View

Partin of Auburndale are the r For Cooking or Salads 14 BACON . . . . lb. 59c
Hilly The Kid\ parents of a daughter: born Crisco Oil 2 69c
. . ... U.S.D.A. Choice Chuck
I yesterday at the Winter Haven
Hospital at 4:01: p.m.. BEEF ROAST

Merry Mites weighing eight pounds and ten .5 e CAMPBELL'S (bo*. I.) . . . . . Id.. 49c
ounces U.S.D.A. Choice Full Cut Round

Puritan Sweaters Today a Ion was born to Tomato 5 t: STEAK . . . . ,Id.. 99c
Mr. and Mrs. Claude II. liar- 49 Choice Lean Fresh Ground

Infants' Wear by. duty of Hainei City at the DOWN TO SOUP
Winter Haven Hospital. The cans BEEF . . . 3lb$1.39
AlleghenyTiny young man arrived at 3:46a .Ib"
six pounds and BARE FACTS: THIS
m weighing (Limit 5))
Tot six and one half ounces Strictly FRESH Fla. Grade

Hanes SLEEK SUMSWEETHEART Van Camp's In tomato sauce

Carter Magic Feats SHOE Pork & Beans 4 ,7; $1.00 EGGS $ oo

Girls' Wear Hunt's Fully Sweetened Yellow Cling 1

by EntertainVictory ClassJohn Y4 4s' BY VALENTINE114II 'Nine Peach Lives Halves 2 ;;; 49c 3 med."".

Alyssa Frayme RACY MINIATURE Cat Food . 3 :: 39c
Lopp editor of the Au.
Cater Frock burndale Star and "Magician r HEEL SOfT OVAL TOE.
Extraordlnart," entertained 29: CRISP PRODUCESweet IJTiJ. :
members" of the Victory class v t
Gay Sprites of the First Christian Church at 11 BLACK OR CARAMEL
a Halloween party Tuesday night Crisp JONATHAN Birds Eye Chopped or

Johnston Del at the Ward home< In Eagle of Mr.Lake and Mrs. 5' fAKE CALCUTTA APPLES . 4':: 39c LEAF SPINACH 2 35c

Palm Island r Firm Iceberg Morto,,',

tI/,,, Mr. Lopp kept the group enter PRINTED CALF. LETTUCE 2 : 35c
';, Suzy Brooks talned with a aerie of Chinese 5,4.00 rfc. pair . DONUTS . . .. ,.,29c
tricks and myaUcally producedthe U.S. No. 1 All Purpose wanton's

y Helen HarperRED hat and proverbial caused rabbit a bird In from a cage the POTATOES . 5 29c CHICKEN PIES 3 i 65c

to tUsappear In addlUon to dole
ens of other feats of magic. .fJjJJjJlDeelncoftf o
Mrs. Robert E. Lee led the
SHOES FOR ALL cuts in a devotion President Granfham'sFood

Junior business Ream meeting.presided at a short i.fZl

The Children's World Mrs.Other J. P.twits Gunter Included, the Rev Mr.and and i. Store

Mrs. James N Barnett and M*.
Clyde Bentley, Robert E. Lee, :ReFee "AMOOt pot TOP 9UAUTY FOODS A mSONAUZID SUVICI
"WHERE QUALITY COUNTS" Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wells, / Shoe ox /f wriW BUT WHOU1UI IOWA COIN MO IU POI TOVI muse

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron 8. Johnson,
357 Third St.. N.W. Ph. 29M74frtlNTT Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mulllnax, 320 3rd. St. N.W. FREE PARKING Ph.
Mr aiu d! Mrs. King Reeves, Mr. Where iiAiee 5f***, with At &.rity CY 3-1566

::: .
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY and Mra D. H. DeChambeau .. Fri a aes
and:! Mr Ream.

I Ifit

Around The Town DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, ThurtoUy. Oetofcor IS. 1964 P.g.7

Air Force Officer Promoted To Rank Of Major New Naomi Class Organized- I

A now Sunday School Clean Mra Danaar, retiring pre,-
of the First Boptlst Church dell .by the
t Major Kenneth M. Richardson son of Mrs. HM! L. McGuire of Winter was organised Tuesday..

ll.iun, was recently promoted to hu present rank. Among Major RWurdton's ning at the home of Mr*. Mr*. Ptowileii nerved!; d<-h

a I i din'toon decorations, he holds the Distinguish Flying Crow Air Medal Com- Mik-i PtowdM noel whipped pumpkin. cream pie, toasted topped with nuts"
The chosen. for thenew
t nunl.ttion Medal Korean Service Medal with three Battle Stara. He huMquir.1 name and coMM. She was assisted

,..1 C,000 hours of flying time in various aircraft. chosen class flower was "Naomi were. yellow The by Ifro. IIIIIcPlmulpn ./ir

.V Major Richardson has been assisted to a troop carrier squadron for over and I lavender chrysanthemums and III... Clyde Graham

tninoars) where he flies the C-130 B. His wife Barbara is t the: (fcw Ilter of the motto selected wan Those" attending the me, t tong:

} M) s Helen C. Hale of South Attfeboro. Mass. They have thre efeiMttn.. Boxtuu net Serve" Mr taw*. Lord K. 8 with Bennett Glad-I I. wore. Mwdame harry Rnoth

a \ Brenda and David. The Richardoons make their home in Ntwfwrt NewA, the teacher 01 the group The W. C. Roatwrighl, K S Bennett '
O I. Wilson, R I ( o \ ii'Kinia while being assigned to Langley A.F.B.. Va. ngular .MtataM will be held A. P. Chart. J W Dancer

1 C'nlfory Roche of Winter Ha Mrs. Powell Ott Is recuperating Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Henry each 01Ihl'month second Tuesday of John Q Stanford Mar!:., Alan. ,
!! "ft11, of J__. Rvfle' smith Mdttir
v Ii iv one the 11I1"11..1. at her home after beinga
and family are In CkxnW. Ga The goal of the Class will he
j'ndrntenrolled: at Rowe, Lorn Sheldon R I'
the Unl patient for several days In
where they were called due to to im-k new members
Vo'Nof! Dillard Clyde Graham R D
South the
Fonda of
named' University Florida Ho*
a serious illnea* fct the family Mrs Albert Carnett opened
*< rmplents of stale scholarship pital in Gainesville !Seawell Polly McMillan and
family thr wltllprayt'r.
huirtnetw "meeting
loins The loam are two vltttoea, Modam Albert
awarded each year by the Hark Still of Winter Haven Carnett and Stella Pickard
Mr. and !Mrs. II. R. Johntnn Mrs Harry Booth chairmanof
Sfitp!! Department' of Education! was among those pledclng Phi
and children are making<< their the nominating committeegavr
to ;\issnt students preparing to Delta Theta fraternity at Em.
home on Slat Court NW after the following date of officers
be teachers TV student who ory University at the beginning moving here from Lawrence'' PretMent, Mr, Booth;
1 cm .ittend the college or unl of the' fall quarter
Ga Vice Presi ant. Mr Rufie' BEACH A BROOKS MO
verity! of their choice Te
pay" the scholarship loans by TV Winter Haven'.Auburn- Mrs. Robby' Jennings Mrs Smith, Mrs Secretary Polly McMillan and treasurer and nnvnci the f..m..ilel

teaching In Florida schools dale TnoliHte Club will meet Melba Norton Mrs Thereaa Sunshine Chairman Mrs R Kit affic I*
after graduation tomorrow night at the VFW Lee and Mrs Mine Rogers attended D Scawell.
Post Home In Auburndale the Navy Mothers din. "United Hands "In" Ilia King SOO First Street North
-s The' Winter listen Home Midyear report will be made' ncr held Monday night at the dom Service," wan the Im-
.- __Demonstration Club will meet It this time, Dundee Inn. preaaaive installation service Prictk U"iI.4". t.

TEA TIME Mrs, W, E. Ryneraon presided at the silver aervlct at the press Mrs at nine Jerk a,m tomorrow, with presented by Mrs. DennettCorsage INTERNAL MEDICINE
party given at the Lake Region Yacht and Country Club yesterday for presidents and press tig Pros' Mrs. Jack Fletcher of Ocilla.Ga Mrs Arthur Hancock will be *, designed' by Mr.

I chairmen of the women's organizations: Pictured with her art two of the guestSiMrs, pert Avenue' The' programme' i Is the hnuneguest of her hoate at her home tonight J W Dancer, were liven to AND CARDIOLOGY
Richard D. Pope, left, and Mrs. l t, H. Schellenberg. will Mm fly be business on management. of tan-In law and daughter, Mr. when XI Gamma Chapter the officers. Mrs IVncn-tt and Office hear. ky ."..;etnreel"
and Mrs. Herbert Jones holds It. Ritual of Jewel' at Mrs Carnett. Gifts were presented
her home at eight o'clock, to Mra Bennett and Phone 294.4101
I Junior Plan DinnerFinal Mr. Carl Jensen, Mrs Mar. Everett Kubush spent the
vin Brooks Mrs, Lannie Christie past weekend visiting with his
plans for the International Club
building and Mrs. Fox. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
Affairs Dinner were Mrs. Dorothy Fox, president Roger and Mary Chapman, H A Brown In Fort Lander
made this week' by the Winter announced that "District local Square Dance ralk-rt dale USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT
Haven Junior Woman Club Tour" will be held in Auburn will be the highlight of the << 'IIll!1lP1i
Mrs John chairman dale October
AttalU 28 "Lets Shine Halloween party planned for Rev. and Mrs. Cecil peacock
has asked each member attending For District Nine" Ithe and children ,
October 20 for members of the are getting! sot-
to take a foreign dish. theme chosen for the meeting Senior Girls Club, The Juniors led. In their! home on AvenueS '
The Dinner Is schcdukd for Members planning to attend are planning to serve refreshments NW after moving here from
October 27 at the. Woman's will be Mrs. W. B. Slrlnge.Ladies' and assist with the Likeland Pev Peacock Is
party. now the pastor of the Ilivcn-
Plant were also discussed dale Baptist Church.
Loafer Valuesby for the clubs annual "Valen Salle
tines Ball" to be held February Tony Swlimon of Winter Haven
14th at Nora Mayo Hall has been elected presidentof
"BOOTSTER" A display table with literature his sophomore claw at
and information on International Andrew College Cuthhert OaMr. .
F..turj i. "SEVENTKN"G. Affairs was called to
members attention. : and Mrs J. C. Hadaitayand
In .....rl". .. fMhlon.bl.,
styli Ih. year old baby have moved'
Mrs James Tatum
comforUbl. 1..1.... Thty'rt Sort aid / the Devotional. gave to Winter Haven from St. DARK COTTON DRESSES

flolbl., with.' Hit hind Sewn v.mp Hostesses for the evening Petersburg. and art making
tint'. 10 wry Onprtantl were Mrs. David Friedrlcks their home on Avenue C, SB
/ and Mr. Robert FreemanHamilton They' originally came from
SPECIAL Thru Saturday Memphis,. Tenntarci ,

Regularly! to $8.99 Lake Ch) Women Meet l

tt Lake Hamilton Presbyterian Plan were mad for a pi a*. /'

$ 8 Woman of the Church met recently tic Kitchen War party to b* I S
48 "VAIL".LIIN: in the Christian Educa- held October 27 at 2 p.m In 4 DRESSES Were 1100:, Now $1298r
L. ..d tional Building with fourteen the Educational Building. Th ; .
NOW :C..do.Slw .:Se. members present proceeds will |o to the Womenof i Save /
the Church.
.. .
Plans wert also mad tohave w '- $1398' :
h ? Star covered dish supper Novm- I DRESSES Were Now '; \\j .
Eastern 1 \ 1r .
f"SHOE her 19 with the hoet**** |.. 3001 "r \
ANG KOVAVI $588 Qe1k11iJidsel'IEATNEE Opens SeasonMrs. log Mrs. Frank Lundln, Mrs. :
N.. Walk.r legion and Mrs. Fred $ 98
SALON :::-.::.. t'' Tebhea. I toy DRESSES Wart 2900 Now $14
Mrs. Gerald Cox pr.senledthe
H. Eugene Freed Wor-
and Introduced the
thy Matron and W. W. Ogden, program
Jr. presided at the first fall group to the Bible Study, Eplies-
tans, which the will b- 50 S
Old meeting of the Order of Th group ,1 % 5J798SJ998
SID EWAIK YS Eastern Star Tuesday evening gin In November. Mrs. Fred DRESSES Won MOO NOW
T.bhen will the _
present program .
In the Masonic Tempi. -
Fashion Not B>' Dread Alone,"
Several report from special at the November meeting and .S
also lead the Bible Study Beginning \
committee were presented DRESSES ww *" Now
In November, the group
Remember the will meet at 2 p.m., one-half
Ogden named her committees -
hour earlier than In the pact.Hosleases .
for the dinner and baz-;

tau to I* held November Diet Mrs. Glad for *the meetingwere Mra.Cephua Other Dresses 'Original PriceWe
! GOOD OL' DAYS"WHEN at the Masonic Temple. This Hunt and) Mrs Guff Frank Many ,.,
1 will be a spaghetti dinner and '
banana from four to Lundin. } 1,
\ MEN'SSHOES AU Item' for the bazaar ievenpm.are to have selected 'from our dock a group of dark cottons In most wanted t

: 5 be turned in to Mr. Ogden by styles and colo,.. Also wo have lust received dozens of' new dresses from our

a pair $1.25 November for Adults 10th. Tickets and one will dollar be favorite manufacturer, These, too, are offered at sewing of' I/I off I

! WHERE for children They ma> be M
cured from the members .
they are NOW!! at the... Refreshments of punch ar.d ,
cake wr served by MM Park
McGeachy and her commute
In the dining hall.
Sleoe 11tMt

Take cue in putting away
60 4th STREET N. W. your summer clothes,specially tB
ulta. Avoid misshapen coats
FRIDAY and SATURDAY only next spring by hanging them on -.. P.I I,

wooden or suit hangars.DRESSES 'I. I :J ,

ft10W"O ( 1.1 SAVE up to $300. !
\O) 11. ,

\.p were NOW I

.5H'ONEE.ENO' IDS Natural Tourmalin Mink!

f Now She's One! Portrait Collar Jacket Stole . . . . .$S95 SitS 4'k1

Natural Dawn Autumn H.ie* l

5.E\ Little Mia Elizabeth Atkinson Mink. stole . . . . . . tw nn '
marked bar flat birthday Natural Autumn H.i.*

with a party girt at the homo Mink. Stole . . . . . . . WS S29S J
of her partna, Mr. and Mr*. Natural Homo Opal'* V ,

Fred AtklMon, by br. aunt, Mink Stole . . . . . . . fm S2tS I
Mill Nancy LaMdmsvral
$2.99 Natural Mink Boat
amd UP gut were present Ranch Autumn Hence, Cerulean, t tTouemahnee
tor the gala event I, Including Whit . .a.. . . . KS.J,;<; !, $10
the bonor**'* gran4>arfi4t, Whit Mink Capo Cellar Sweater . . ..f|9S \ HIS .. .-- .. 4.
Mr. and "'n. Hugh Lantdetllr.
.,. M. "Mum ...._. ._'.11.....
Sports Wear $2 AND $3 HIBISCUSGallon Only '555f, ., .,' A* ftn Hue /...

LINGERIE 2 FOR $5.00Gowns Can Sue. 49A Now ft the time! to buy ma,.fSf*;t, f allies fun at stgi. fioanf; sanh tl Omf tn

lie;. $1.00 Ida valuol' You won't find fee uvfnqi; fake tf..* ywhrl' ftmrkWy. flee slice, .

Baby Dolls, Pajamas SpeeJci'hi&s.t.o.: "* of Ut-out mink In a brtalhtakiiif array *f EMBA' *-..


49 .;. ,se .J' lRk; .
Peter Pan Girdles j I .', t I !J
; '
Trey l .. :"
<;: ..,
LIMIT' 1 WITH IUO OlfifK ; "!

I .95ar NOW 57.95 (ff i2I ;eA9U4fJ1tHwwry tetuutei,( ;

Whit and Pastels i
4000 H0v. *.daf. '''4. 266 W CENTRAL AYE.I .



Thursdey. October !IS (9:,s
Florida Club Pee 6

Holds Annual


1IU r..r4r4 Fall PartyThe

I annual fall party ot the
Flllrll Club was held the put
weekend it Port Paradise Hotel
::11 I crystal River, with 85 memo l4t" by
P .U :" :ifI' ant i their wives In attend.a fit HI"& CUII

eUthough\ a number of the group
", went t early to enjoy a brief vac*. Choir Honors
lion, onanUed activities began
Rl r FrIday afternoon with golfing Mrs. Rogers
-I I :\) .. t huntli t and flshing An Informal
social hour and steak cookout, Mrs Alice Rogers was honor.ed .
foil ,wed by dancing formed thee on her birthday with a sur.
\',ling's entertainment. prlM party by the Chllcire
On Saturday forenoon, there Choir of the Lake Hamilton Pres.
was a general exodus by car and byterlan Church.
r'rrI chartered bus for the florida. The party was held In the f rj,
Mississippi game In Gainesville ucaUonal Building
The coif tourney, fishing hunt. Those present were Ran),
log and a bridge tournament .Martin, Phillip Martin Kenn)
occupied those who remained at Cogging, David Rogers, Wynn
Port Paradise That evening,the Rogers, Steven Rogers Karen
L 2j annual banquet was held, fol. Rogers, Lisa Hunt, Shannon
lowed by awarding of prizes to Hunt, Stefanla Simpson Teresa
e P winners In the various activities Tidwell, Debra Simpson Car)1
1 1G
As Is traditional,the fall party Hunt, Lura Bell, Mrs. Zen,
concluded with a special Sunday Hunt Mrs. Cephus Hunt, Mrs
.. ill morning breakfast held In the Ralph Rogers and Mrs. Robert

THE COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD of the Da 11)' News.Chief was accepted at yes WILLIAM E RYNERSON, editor and publisher of the Dall) News.Chief, chatting with Port ,dining.room.rssw Creene .
I Urday's press party by Mrs, Robert A, Allen for the Gardenia Garden Club of which she Is two of the special guests at yesterday's annual press part. Lex Hood, left, and Mrs Te IntroJuc. you to SANITRONICS w. will mothproofALL
President. The sliver bowl was presented on behalf of the Newt,Chief b) E. I!, ::chellen; W, C. Enns. your elo.." or ctrpolt FREEI Call anytime hit week

berg, one of the judges of the contest European women take to 294.4404. SERVICE AND REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES

nylon and lace bras more than AND MODELS OF VACUUM CLEANERS

biggest Cotton change shirts at undergo the time their of Winter Haven Clubwomen Are Entertained At Press Party parts do their, according American to a counter-market COMPANY OF

the first laundering report from Maldenform. The fj
Approximately one hundred burns totaled 882 Surgical operations was only one woman's orgsniMtion Sultan. charm columnist for firm that makes bras also reports ) WINTER HAVEN
I representatives of women't rose to 3,238 and obstetrlcs in this city the Wo the paper They were further that pink and black bras
organizations hlch contribute to 1,054. The x.ray man's Civic League now welcomed by Mrs. Ronald are more popular In South and lilO HAVENDALI ILYD. 2'4.4404
the developmentof 3. to 14,420 known as the Woman's Club. McKmnis and Mrs. Fred Central America than they are
so greatly to from less than 000
MOVING I l'If In the United State,
the Winter Haven area attended and lab examinations from He commented on the way the Duckworth also of the News

the Dally News.Chief 11,000 to 167,150. civic groups had kept pace Chief staff w w w w .. .
annual press party yesterday Also by this time, he continued with the growth of Winter Ha Special guests for the afternoon PT'T...T T... ... ..+ .++ + + + + + +
Yacht and machine for van and' cited the work done were Mrs. E H Schel SPECIAL FEATURE
at the Lake Region a cobalt 4 PEDRO GRANTHAM'S
Country Club. treatment of cancer had been by the various women organIzations lenberg, and the judges for :
someone The principal speaker of added. Since 19f2. when this the contest for the Communl *
the afternoon was William E department was Installed, 9.. Mr. Srhcllinherg announcedthe ty Service Award, Mrs W. G Beautiful *
you knowis Rynerion. editor and publish. 426 cancer patients have been winner of this year's Enns executive assistant to. *
award was the Gardenia! Gar the president of the American
er of the Nt'WI.Chll'I, and treated In the ho pla1. *
president of the board of the A large colorful sketch of dan Club Mrs Robert A. AI National Banks; Lex ImportedrtI
moving. Winter Haven Hospital the proposed expansion, which len, president, accepted the Hood executive vice presidentof SIZZLING # :
i Mr. Rynernon cited the will total three and a half million engraved silver bowl, and the American National *
I : A friendly cull Ho"tt.Mwill by (tin growth of the Daily News dollars, was shown and graciously: replied to the pres. Rank of Cypress Gardens; and STEAK :
nmeWnicim fourth
entstlon Mr Schellenbcrg The 99C'
blip them fret lit Chief at a prelude to tolling explained In detail.SERVICE *
judge Ryan was
I linme. his listeners the story of the AWARDS *
Winter Haven Hospital and E. II Schelletiberg\ a member Guests at the party were attend. J PLATTER OF *
with booklets TEA TIMEA
presented on
III growth a timely sub of the panel of judges
@ preparing news reloads for tea hour followed the pro *
the of the
ject in that a current building made presentation *
drive Is now on and the hospital Community Service stated Award that the trod clubs may. Those secure unable one at to the at. club gram women during had which an opportuni time the . .. .. . .. ........
) iffecti each and every Mr. Schellenbcrg .
Join in lurrying on our e Nl'ws.Chlel office Each was ty to become better acquaint.ed.
.. person In this area when he and his wife came to
the hospital, Winter Haven in 1922 there also presented with a gold and Pectzo
: cpmloftiom il litv I ill The history .
I : : black fountain pen 11 a mo The tea table was beautifully
Welcome W gon the which Is second to none for
nnme and nddreiw nffnmilii' its dze. In the entire south. memo of the occasion Nametags covered with a burnt or hhn-dD
: you know who : were symbolic of the ail ange table doth and centered TOP
east was traced by the speak.er New Arrivals f
ere mining : vtr Revere Bowl the com with a unique floral I arrangement
from iU beginning In the .
munlty service award made of coco and gold chrysanthemums QUALITY
: 1920's The speaker
early gave
294-2989 of
.. by the Ne\\l.Chit'l. and spikes
vital ttatlstics of the hospital
Clubs are beinftj-jmlndcd to wheat. The appointments on
during the years and laid. I indicaTeTwlthln. thgnjjit two the table further carried out BRAND BUX5 CHOICE MEATS
that Just last year the medical weeks atlhe womws I'part.ml'nl the seasonal theme with outdishes
: staff had jumped to for or the paper Intentions and trays In the decorated .

rj.'t5 +r t twenty ty seven.four(a in* 1953)compared. that ad to of entering competitionfor orange and gold tones 'Chi,;..' Long Groin
the award Mrs W E Rynerson presided
missions wire 10,449 and new Guests were greeted by at the silver service and Rice . . . .. 3 lk, 39c ,. _

\Mrs Ue Ellis Women Edt' Mrs! Jack Rynerson servedcoffee 'Hart's' Golden Yellow tor her assistant. Mrs. Dix punch from a crystal '. :"!11' .
EVERYTHINGFOR her Daniils Jr.. and Mrs. Paul punch bowl Sweet Corn . .. 3 39c : : .,;

Mr and Mrs J. t'. Unite of Bush't Navy, Great Northern or

THEYOUNGER 0 the Dallas.birth Tex of a daughter are announcing Laura Kidney Beans 4 ;I.1: 39c .

Caroline. Tuesday at 8 30 p.m.
Mrs White is the former Mlsi t
Marilyn Atkinson of this city. .

Mr and Mrs Jack W. Mil '' 59 .
ion became the parents of a i
son, yesterday at the local ') lb.
Boys' Wear by hospital at 6:45 am The ,>(\: Limit wtMSOOor mere purchase.
young man weighed: six 6
Don Moor pounds and thirteen and one Small Wttttrn (nice Bar-B-Q Slit)
half ounces Mueller's Med. or Wide
SPARE RIBS . . ,lb. 49c
Fabil Jack Tar Mr. and Mrs. Bobby I.Fsrtln :. Noodles . . .. 2.?. 35c Oscar Mayer'i Full View
of Auburndale are the For Cooking or Salads
The Kid parents of a daughter born BACON . . . . lb. 59c
1 Billy yesterday at the Winter Havrn Crisco Oil . . 2 .., 69c U.S.D.A. Choice Chuck

Hospital at 4:01: p.m.. BEEF ROAST
Merry Mites weighing eight: pounds and ten tr
ounces CAMPBELL'S (bow I U) . ... .. . . |lb. 49e
Puritan Sweaters Choice Full Cut Round

Today a son was born to Tomato 5 .. .. ... .. . 99c
Mr and Mrs Claude II. liar 9U.S.D.A
Infants' Wear by. duly of Halnes City at the DOWN TO : SOUP 4 Lean Fresh Ground

Winter Haven Hospital The cons . . .. 3 lb.. $1.39
arrived at 3:46:
AlleghenyTiny young man r
a m. weighing six pounds and I BARE FACTS: THIS (Limit 5))
Toll six and one hall ounces .k Strictly FRESH Fla. Grade A

Hanes Van Comp'i In tomato sauce

Carter '" Magic Feats I SHOEs Pork & Beans 4 ;:; $1.00 EGGS 00

Girls' Wear EntertainVictory Hunt't Fully Sweetened Yellow Cling $1 1

by e.a ClassJohn BY VALENTINE. 'Nine Peach Llvet'Halves 2 r;; 49c 3 dox.med...

AlyssaFraymeCater' Lopp, editor of the Au. sj RACY MINIATURE Cat Food . . 3 ,: 39c

t Frock burndale Star and "Magician I J.1 HEEL SOFT OVAL TOE
Extraordinary," entertained 23 ? CRISP PRODUCESweet ; ('(11.r ': 1
members of the Victory clasa : F _
Gay Sprites of the First Christian Church at I( ; BLACK OR CARAMEL
a Halloween party Tuesday night Crisp JONATHAN Birds Eye Chopped or
Johnston at the home of Mr and Mrs.
F- Del Ward In Eagle Lake J FAKE CALCUTTA APPLES . . .. 4 39c LEAF SPINACH 2 w 35c
Palm IslandILSuzy Firm Iceberg Morton'i

Mr. Lopp kept the group of Chinese enter. PRINTED CALF $U 00 tile pair LETTUCE .. 2 H 35c
Brooks talned with a series .. .. DONUTS . . ? w,. 29c
tricks and mystically produced
u.s. No. 1 AD PurposePOTATOES Swanso'i
rabbit from the )
the proverbial
Harper hat and caused a bird In a cage F. . 5 .ga. 29c CHICKEN PIES 3 ? 65c
to disappear In addition to do*, ,
enl of other feats of magic /
fr 1JJl O
Mrs Robert E. Lee led the
ALL class In a devotion President
business Junior Ream meeting presided at a short elnel/ltfl tGrantham'sFood

The Children's WorldCLOTHES Mrs.Other J. guest P. Gunter Included, the Rev Mr.and and il1 Store

Mrs. James N. Barnett and Me.
Clyde Bentley, Robert C::. Lee, ReefJees Aitow oi TOP cjuAimr rooDt t rmoNAuno sitnci
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Johnson
JS7 Third St.. N.W. ffc. 2fM74 Mr. and Mrs F. H. Mullinax.Mr. 3203rd.St.N.W. .
ai'"i Mrs' King Reeve, Mr. WAne F ,IU. Specks lIIif' A.A.rit Ph. CY3.1566

PLENTY 0' Mil PARKING ACIOSS FROM CITY HALL and Mrs Lea, Farrlngton. DeChambeaa Mr. 222 W CENTRAL AVE PH. 214.1093 29).4166 QUANTITY RIGHTS "-' .
OPEN ALL DAY yaw? eel
and Mr,. Ream.


Around The Town DAILY NEWS.CHIEF. Thundey. October 15 1964 Page 7
-- ins

tI Air Force Officer Promoted To Rank Of Major New Naomi ClaN Oreamzed... -

A new Svaday School Clams Mrs. Desist, retiring preal.
of the Pest' Baptist Church den .by the group
Ths- Major Kenneth M. Richardson, ton of Mrs Hazel L. McGuire of Winter was organised Tueidsy evening .

Haven vaa recently promoted to his present rank. Among Major Richardson's at the home of Mr*. Mra Mtwden served dell!

fourteen decorations he holds the Distinguish Flying Cross Air Medal Com- Mlles ......... rioua whipped. wmfMai eram. pie. touted topped with outs

___ modation Medal, Korean Service Medal with three Battle Stars. He has acquired The MM chosen for" The the and coflse She wan assisted -
new class wu "N.oml.!
n t" ; 6.000 hours of flying time in various aircrafts chosen. towers were. yellow by Mra Mile Ptowden Jr
A and ..... Graham
iEn Major Richardson has been assigned to a troop carrier squadron for over and I lavender rhryianthe. Clyde

tour years where he flies the C-130 B. His wife, Barbara, is the daughter of mums. UM motto selected was Those Mending the meeting"
Serve UM Lord with Glad
Mi's. Helen ('. Hale, of South Attleboro, Mass. They have three children, Koxam ...11.. Mrt K. S. Bennett i I. were Meads met Marry Booth an"II

Brenda and David. The Richardnons make their home in Newport News, the teacher ot the group The W. C. Roetwright K S. Ben. tie
net. O B Wilson R L. Cox
Virginia while being assigned to Langley A.F.B, Va. regular sessions will he heM A. P, Cfcenis. J W Dancer 1.:
on the second Tuesday of
U 1.d
Gregory Roche of winter Ha Mrs. Powell OM Is recvpor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas llrnry each month John Q. Stanford Marge Alter ,
yen Was one of the sting her Jotaioa. Rttfle Smith, Mattle
i ninetydxstudents torn after beinga
and family are In CteqwM, Ga. The goal at the Clam will be r
enrolled at the University patient for several days In Rowe, Leon Sheldon R C .
where they were called due to to seek new .membersMrt ,
of South ForMa named the University of Florida HosPital Dilleni" Clyde Graham R DIe..II.
a serious lUnees in Die family Alter Carnett openedthe
a* recipients of aisle scholarship In GeineevHle family huemeeis. withprayer. Polly McMillan and
loans The loans are two vlsfters" Mesdames Albert>>
awarded each year by the Hark Still of Winter Haven Carnett Mi Stella Pirksrd I'tn
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Johnson Mrs. Harry Booth, chairmanof
State Department of Education was among those ptmietnf Phi and children are making their the nominating committee
.r' to assist students preparing to Delta Theta fraternity at Emory home on Jlst Court NW after lave the feJtewmg slate of of tr.to
be teachers The students. who University at the brntn-
moving here from Lawrence. fleer PreeMent. M rt. Booth;
can attend the college or unlver nine of the fall quarter Ga, Vice PresMeM. Mra Butte BEACH A. BROOKS, MDn".ulle. ?.1ch
itv of their choice "
h rte 1" bt : iA pay" the scholarship loam by The Wlntrr Haven'\uburn- Mrs. Robby Jennings, Mrs. urer Smith Mrt Secretary folly McMillan and treat and .. the ,.", ...1

teaching In Florida school dale TootlHte Club will meet Melba Norton, Mrs. Theresa Sunshine Chairman, Mrs R. .f Mi .lfice( t.
after graduation tomorrow night at the VFW Lee and Mrs Mina Roger<< at D Seawell' rl'I.
1 7 Post Home In Auburndale tended the Navy Mothers din.nor United llandt in His Hint 500 Pint Street, North I.n
Tie Winter listen Hume Midyear report will be madeat .
heM Monday night st the dom Service, was the 1mpresssive
---- 1 iii s "S l i s aisWa gggggl Demonstration Club will meet this time. Dundee Inn Instillation service Pr.ttl<. limitte1; I. t'1e
TEA TIME Mrs, W, E, Rynerson at nine a.m tomorrow with 1eM
presided at the silver service presented by Mrs. Bennett
st the
party given at the Lake RP [Ion Yacht and cress Mr Sank Wheat ng Prospect INTERNAL MEDICINE
; .
I Country Club yesterday fcr preslder'Vsnd! press Mrs. lark Fletcher of 0:-Illa. Mrs Arthur Hancock will be Corsages, designed by Mri 1)'
of the
chairmen women a orranlzatlons Pictured with her sretwocf the m stsMrs Avenue The programme Ga. Is the hounegurst of her hostess at her home tonight J. W Darner, were liven to AND CARDIOLOGY
D. left, will be
Richard Pope Mrs. /K, H. Schefenberg.lunior on management of
when XI Gamma Chapter the offieera, Mrt Bennett awl
NmHy business. son-In law and daughter, Mr. Office Kufl by ."". Mmtnt.
holds Its Ritual of Jewels ether Mr b
and Mrs. Herbert Jones. Carnet Qtfta were pr*
I Women Plan DinnerFinal home at eight o'rlocV. aenlevl to Mri Bennett and Phone 294.4101
Mr Carl Jensen Mrs Mar Eterett Publish spent t h e toK

plans for the International Club building vin Brooks Mrs. Lannie Christie Pt weekend vIIi nt with hit I .
and Mrs. Fox grandparents Mr. and uuc
Affairs Dinner were Mrs Dorothy Fox, preti Roger and Mary Chapman H. A. Brown In Fort Lauderdale Mrs.. ( ;
made this week by the Winter dent announced that "District local Square Dance callers, (;JIJ"" USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT f
lhn Junior Woman Club Tour" will be held in Auburn.
will be the highlight of the
( f t
John chairman dale October tn.
Mi1 28 "Lets Shine
Halloween party planned for( Rev and Mr Cecil Peacock [, .
hal skid each member sttcntac For District Nine" is the
October :20! for members of the and children are Betting act
to take a foreign dish theme chosen for
meeting. Senior Girls Club The Jun led In their home on AvenueS II
The\ Dinner is scheduled for Members planning to attend .
Ion are planning to serve refreshment NW after moving here from <.
October 27 at the Woman's will be Mrs W B Strange and assist with the Ltktland Rev Peacock l I.

'I party. now the pastor of the Haven
Plans were also discussed dale Baptist Church 11
Ladies' Loafer Valuesby for the clubs annual "Valentines Salle ,
Ball" to be held February Tony Swlmon of Winter Ha
14th at Nora Mayo Hall von has been emoted president
A display table with literature of his sophomore/ class at
:: and information on International Andrew College. Cuthbcrt GaMr. ..
Affairs was called to
members and Mrs. J. C. lladaway
Co 'In styli w arlns th... fashionable and year old baby hive movedto
Mrs James Tatum :
comfortable loaforo. Thoy r. sort RnJ the Devotional. gave Winter Haven from StPctcrtburi DARK COTTON DRESSES

fltxlblo. with the hand sewn" v.m Hostesses for the evening and art making "
their home on Avenue C. SI;.
gnat's a< very Imp.rtantlSPECIAL were Mrs. David Friedricks .
and Mrs Robert Freeman. They originally came from s'
Thru Saturday Memphis Tcnn hrr

Regularly to $8.99 Lake Hamilton C lurch Women Meet L. .nY .

Lake Hamilton Presbyterian Plans were made for a pla I.
8 8 JJ/AILAPLN Woman of the Church met recently tic Kitchen Ware party to t* S A'r

$4 :: I.I It : tional In Building the Christian with fourteen Educa the held Educational October. 27 Bulldinc at 2 p.m The In r = DRESSES Were II00, Now $1298Save 10

NOW .cad...:TOIl members present proceeds the Church will go to the Womenof 'I.I I

Plans were alao made 10 have -:- S :

Eastern Star S o vered dish supper Novem' l j'' .DRESSES Were .20, ou NoW' r 1398"-
3001 "
CORDOVAN her 1) with the hoeteeses 1*- .n '' .
AND $588 Bclkljnilsej l \ Opens Season tog Mrs. Frank Lundta Mr. I r
LEATHER N... Walker lesion and Mrs. Fred i'''

SHOE SALON :::.:. Tebbea Mrs. Gerald Cox presented toss DRESSES Were 8,00 Now M4'8
Mrs. H. Eugene Freed Wor-
the Introduced the
thy Matron and W. W. Ogden, program
to the Bible Study,EpheaIMS >
at the first fall group
Jr. presided
which the will begin 50
group %
Old meeting of the Order of The $1798
yp K DAYS In November Mrs. Fred DRESSES Were Moo Now
SID E Eastern Star Tuesday evening i
In the Masonic Tempi. TeM n will present the program _
Fashion Not By Brad loot,
at the November mettlnc and
Several reports from Iptclalcommltle.s
also led the Bible Study Beginning Nows1998
were presented DRESSES Were M. 00
In November, the group
Remember the. will meet st 2 p.m.. one-half
Mrs Ogden named her com-
hour earlier than In the paet.Hosteecee .
mlttees for the dinner and bu-
for the meeting

"GOOD 01' DAYS"WHEN at liar the to Masonic be held November Tempi This 21st Cephus wr Mrs.Hunt Gladys and Mrs Goff,Frank Mrs. Many Other Dresses Marked '/2 Original Price

will be a spaghetti dinner and '
Lundln. ) :
bszsaar from tour to seven p.m. ,
We have selected from stock of dark In mOlt wanted .
All !Items for the bszsar are to our e group coMont -
MEN'SSHOES be turned In to Mrs. Ogden r v itylei and colon. Alto we have just received detent of new dr..... from our J>dl

$5 November 10th. Tickets will I* favorite manufacturer, These, too, are offered et savings of I/J effl
$1.25 for Adults and one dollar
for children They ma be se
WHERE cured from the member

NOW!! at the... Refreshments of punch and 0.
they are cake were served by Mr Park
McCeachy and her com n. lee
in the dining hall.

SMe 1Ittvzt +
Take cue In putting sway
your summer clothes especiallysuits. R& StIA
60 41k' STREET N. w. Avoid misshapen coats

and SATURDAY only next spring by hanging them on I
FRIDAY wooden or suit lungers (, I

/ SAVE to $300.
N up !
tI8R1() .. ,. I

O\.o 1 aw. -. were NOW i
Nature! Tourmaline Mink

fAS\\ON Now She's One! Portrait Coder Jacket Stele . . . . f9S $$t$

WEE.ENOI Nature! Dawn Autumn Hate

Little Mist Elisabeth Atkinson Mink Stole . . . . ., . . .IJ95 $295 .
SAlE marked her first birthday Nature! Autumn H.ie*

j I with a party area at UM homeof Mink. Stele . . . . .,.. . . .$)9S S29S '
i her perente, Mr. and Mrs. Natural Home Opal, '

Fred Atktaeen, by her. suet, Mink, Stole . . . . .. .. . . .I19S S2fS I
Mlts Nancye LanadenSeveral

DRESSES s $2.99 UP "swats were present Natural Ranch Mink Autumn Boss Hsia, Cerulean*, I 1 i iTourmaline

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citrus have announced plans to
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According to Comlllhsioll
General Manacer HOIIIPr i I I
Hooks, the symbol will apron 1 I'o
corrugated cartons of daJlI' I I In
Packing Association, Inc ,nf Au. .
burndale; Alcoma Packlm (0111.

pany, Inc, of Lake Wale; ,I IIJ1>U r erg,,,, e
Juice Corporation of 11< n\ii,
of Falrvllla, and Oronro 1105. Model TR 805 A
torn Fruit Company. Inr of n 1
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Maitland. f,.., e ption f.atunna G.ts
"Officials of these companieshave "a}" MCluilv. HI.irnni,tlormdint.gnwd .
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assured us that the decisionto "!" ", tuning y t.mPnvit
put the symbol on the contain. '* *rphon., included
en was prompted by the exce4lent UKcnini tar pcnonil, pltnurtAutomobile hewing, and
response across the nation w battery ciblt
to the commisslon'spromotional InclvdW for openbon with
efforts with the 0. J. symbol," IJ Model M 019AE6 car garttti I iMt, ractp.
he said."The consensus was that Uclt. whir permitted.$39995wT
every advantage should be takenof Rt ch rg
the advertising and merchan. BIRTHDAY PARTY Rockets of the East German army roll past the reviewing stand in East vuliblt N
dicing programs devoted to this Berlin ax the German Communists celebrate 15lh anniversary of regime. (Cnbh-photo) I 15995

particular Alcoma promotion and Adams also will NO DOWN PAYMENT! ONLY .

use the symbol on polyethelenebags
Hooks said British Voters Mark DUNDEERev.
Sales Manager Dick Snyder of
Adams reports that the 0. J.
Paul made
Cartledge a
will appear and the on combination the polyethelenebags of O.J. business week trip to Jacksonvillethis We Give Top Value Stamps .y.
and be"Grapefruit stamped on Is thecorrugat.ed Creatfrult"will Parliament ". IIIIIa:: ..........-.....

boxes, The combination sym. extra == :
bol also has been placed on the (UP!)-Great Brit. lea the Mail said It couldn't Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Shiver your savings
corrugated containers packed sin voted today In one of the predict the winner. have returned to their home in
Orange Blossom Fruit Company. tightest parliamentary electionsin The Daily Telegraph said Labor Doran, Ga., after visiting for
Orange Blossom and Alcoma its history has a 35 per cent edge. several days with Mr. andMra.
also carry the SealdSweet label Again, districting could cancel Herman Munroe. Mrs. Josh
I of the Florida Citrus Exchangeon There was no certainty as to this out The Telegraph called Crosby, who has been visiting
the cartonsAttorneys. whether the winning party it "the most open contest since here, returned to Doran with
would be the Conservatives of 1950," when Labor squeaked to Mr. and Mrs. Shiver.
Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug such a narrow victory that It
Quit )lai Home or the Labor party of had to call elections again the
opposition leader Harold Wilson following year.
Polls opened at 7 a m ((2 Dundee Methodist Church is
There was fairly general a.m. EDT). They were closing displaying a new appearance as
Smith CaseTwo agreement that it would be at 9 p.m. ((4pm, EDT). remodeling nears completion.
clone so close that the tiny First results would be knownan
attorneys withdrew yes. liberal party might gain the hour after poll closing But Filter-Flo
WA650Y 12 Pound Capacity
terday as counsel for Walter A, balance of power between the if the race Is close as it apparently MODEL Big .
Smith, Winter Haven citrus deal. two giants. will\ be it could be Mr. and Mrs Phillip Saun. Washing System U Water Saver Load Selection Three
I I er convicted of conspiracy and Public opinion polls\ were dl. mid-afternoon Thursday (about ders are home from Puerto P Wash Cycles N Three Wash Temperatures Two Rinse
\ vlded. Legalized bookmaker Rico, where they visited their Soak I Unbal
I grand larceny noon EDT) before It was clear Temperatures Cycle
William B. Holland, Smith'sson the edge to labor But son-ln-law and daughter, Mr.
gave whether the Conservatives or ince Load Control Safety
.in.law, who has been repre.sentlng their odds were largely determined Laborites had won, and Mrs Eddie Webb, and welcomed / t, Switch I Suds Return System
in various actions, betting a new grandson. t
him by heavy among Lid19 9
able (Model WA-655Y)
both in court and before the businessmen hedging against a
Florida Citrus Commission, Conservative loss EASY TERMS /
withdrew as his attorney be. One thing was certain Whichever Bitlow SpeaksAt Recent visitors at the home
cause, he said, two of theprlncl* side wins British foreign of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rhymes DRYER DA.516 Y .Trsde Mark 01 Gener.1 Electric Co WIT
pal witnesses had Implicated him policy will\ be bated on close were their son-in-law and
In the case.Holland's. alignment with the United daughter, Mr. and Mrs Her-
associate In the States Art Center man Sapp and son Larry of HIGH SPEED DRYER
Smith defense, Harry King of Conservative and laborite Chicago.
Winter Haven, also withdrew
whether Great Britain
Prof Frank Bitlow, art Instructor -
without an explanation
should have its own nuclear CLOTHES COME OUT SUNSHINE
at Polk Junior College -
Harry W. Fogle of St Peters
But for hath of them,
weapons will demonstrate tech-
is now Smith's attorney FRESH ,
burg here IItnl I nr"
the American alliance, the Lamar Anderson was
Judge Roy H. Amldon of the niques of art at the Ridge Art
Polk County Criminal Court has North Atlantic Treaty Organlza Center at !500 Third St., SW, from Fort Lauderdale. duringthe
lion and the United Nations are week for a visit with his
request for contlnu. Sunday at 2 p.m.
approved a
the pillars of British foreign step-father and mother, Rev
ance to Nov. 3 of hearings In
policy. This meeting will be opento and Mrs. Paul Cartledge, 128. 8w
Smith's appeal for a new trial
the and and
so that his new lawyer can study Reflecting the nation's bafflement public Junior
the court records todaj London Daily senior high schoolltudent. are / 4
Mail out with the banner particularly urged to attend.
came Mr. and Mrs. Mack Grlffey,
NEW YORK (UPI Nearly headline Vto Don't Know starting next Monday, the accompanied by their .on- In- A HEfjW 65
two million Americans traveled l The Dailj Mail's opinion poll Center will be open from 2 to law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
abroad in 1963, about 220,000 conducted Tuesday and pub S p.m. Monday through Friday Joe Waters, were dinner guestsin
more than in the previous year. lished total showed Labor Orlando on Sunday, at the EXTRA TOP VALUE
according to a survey by the ahead by t\ 1 per cent But because HAVEN home of Mr. and Mrs Carl 50 STAMPS' 50
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Heart FundCampaign Defense Officials Open A Month Cortege testsScheduled

I mtiniMd From Page One)
tnstar .1 made to cover
To i lilt:> aitf. rence.
Check 'Cane 11", second project was a At
DamageMIAMI irehouaw ud ottce bulldlnc
i .ikci,ind. Gravel Construction
Start Ji1. 1 1 of Klsslmmee was low
FridayThe (UPI) Civil defense ripped through Iht. I k'r at$71lO0There is$87,- High School
and other officials set out ler Park and tin I : M the budget for this build
Heart Fund Thursday to assess the damageto Church neartn at i
Florida's Gold Coast from injuring 12 people! .
annual board decided
month-long drive In yesterdayM Juniors atVintu. [H I" '
sup. <
hurricane Isbell. most of it from The storm ,. .
Port of tile American rip I'- | Tlmentwltha steel bulld-
Heart ,
Senior School wh
sedation's fight against the I wave of tornadoes that skip the roof of the .n the warehouse Job. A High < 1d] \ ;:
heart and blood vessel disease ped (in front of the storm the congregation I .I U\ J,000aqutrroot storage to attend colicarc [ m'i
urged to take the! c ollrn, F i t.
begins here today teeing to the 1 is' to be constructed,, andt I
It will reach Its high point with The scattered damage stretch trailer park it l :x>and asked for bids both traits CMmsnatlon Bail< I IPreUmlMtry
ed from Miami to Eau Guile
a residential campaign lees according : on Heart
Sunday Nov. 18"Research through four counties. Bureau report t ,,,ga.I tide. Test, by Duaim- Wham, .

plays a major role Hospitals reported treating at The. Injured w.' steel building will save Wtatar Maven guidance iu<
In the program supported by the least 50 people for minor injuries Brevard ( : ..ird about $1,500! In Initial tee
Heart Fund Three I ruction and should reducer
dollars contributed were ,
'Mw teat will be tdmim!
during the : 'i anenee problems.
John G. Wood campaign/, chairman.said Mrs. There was one. death from the --- .he only question the board teNd en Saturday, Oct "1, in

Since the first Heart Fund storm in Florida, 6 ,year-old t 1 boss the appearance of the the Mh sjehMl cafetona fr." :
campaign, which was conducted Paul Kartis of Lake Worth. He Sinatra a. are, but the builder asi 8:W to If Mon There !j- a
in 1949, Heart Associations have had a heart attack while boardIng '. : i them that at a distance charge at* $1M and )u' i area
channeled nearly 100 million dol. up his house. tt t ked saucily like a eon- are MM it register ah. id t
lars Into scientific studies which c:L'O i building. time by signing up m the I I"I h:
have saved thousands of lives. The damage appeared mostly Movie .'''i' Roberts, a social stud- school guidance office
Among the most from the tornadoes rather than K teacher at Lakeland High
results of that Investment encouraging from Isbell itself, which madea c rpc red before the board rook The PlAT Is offend pr''
said, are new statistics, that she northeastward sweep across a is: hIp> Ina problem he has.nolorts marRy M an aid In th. ,II'oJ.' '?
show that the death rate from the. state crossing south of SeriouslyHOLLYWOOD has been teaching sate ef high school junior
cardiovascular diseases among Lake Okeechobee. and heading F.'Ik County for three years, toward college II compare
U. S. men 45 to 64 has dropped to sea between West Palm t ii .stands to lose his Job after to the !Scholastic Aptitude
by 7'Vi per cent since 1950. Beach and Stuart ( ) t.l) I K year because h. tailed the Test, wMeh Is required f, :
"The Sinatra's face wan Kitlonal I Teachers exam, ,.- admission hv '
of purposes mar
this de. .. :
Palm Beach Civil Defense
County concentration qu'red' In Florida and two other
cline In the death rate from the as colleges, Whltmer said
cardiovascular diseases Director Ellis Altaian his lines in his Mite' .
great," the official pointed out Is called Isbell "many times worse It was as if he Roberts maintained that the All seniors who plan to attend .
"because this age bracket In., than des," which struck the Stage 16 at 20th exam Is food for new teachers a college that require:
eludes the bulk of American Gold Coast in August but almost 100 just entering the business, but the !Scnottstlc Aptitude Tel
breadwinners at the peak of their The damage was to some members of the DAY at the Lake Alfred Citrus Experiment Station yesterday matured" poses a hardship on those who! for admission are remind t
productivity homes, many house. trailers and around preparing "Florida Lemons" From left are Dr. M. F. Oberbacher Dr. W. Crlerson, and have been out of oollefe a few that the first test Is cumin"
all of the Station. .
"Your Heart Fund dollars other vehicles, and tree. and shot of the interior \ ara."Rolwrts up on Dec S Seniors mu t
helped develop the new knowledge power lines pean railroad ls a good teacher, mall their application and fcte
which made this improve. The damage picture looked Sinatra was Rhone" hid "I can attest to the Collefe Entrant. E
ment possible," the Heart offl. like. this early today: of the clicking and Aide Candidates At The CrossroadsContinued that. amlnattan Board Pilnc'don.
In addition, Boone said that
clal continued. Dade County-A liquor store camera shutter Page. One) ( From Page One) 'Nothing good." one of there are 10 more teachers In N.J. on or before Not
and drugstore with smashed turned or moved These avid .
the county In the same situation applications are
from fatigue, quarters, which Is off the the reporter ...Id.A .
windows and scattered merch professional Roberts has had his salan able at the; high school cui '
Area Death initial in the Coral G.blra.South banging away at from this hlsdoc-aft lobby to the left about headquarters worker In Republican ) cut by $1J3S due to his a nee ffiee.
Miami shopping center: blew Some were 60 feet from the Palm Mggeirted failing the test lie Is presently
MATIIEW G. COX there tumbled at the Universityof studio Others were Room, which Is off the then that Mr. HoUoy "say making only $3,400 per year. Parents are Invited to nl!
Mathew Gregory Cox, in. Miami practice field magaiines One submitted his lobby to the right Burns something good about"his Roberts told the board that he the guidance office at 293 -"

Pant son of Mr and Mri. Hubert Broward County At Fort Yul! Brynner a evening as spe was still on the air opponent ho was re. will take his fight to have the for infarmallen.r
E. Cox of Route 1, Au. Lauderdale Hollywood Inter Sinatra's, who was about'c Mr. Holley was appraised f.rrf'll00 throughout the eum thrown out all the way to
burndale died yesterday at national Airport, several twin- pictures on his own.Could was accept. of what Mr. conversation$ at "Mm" the state legislature In Tallahassee Union
the Winter Haven Hospital.In engine planes were. damaged or this be the has ap Burns was saying about Mr Holley thought and next spring
addition to hit parents, destroyed by a twister or sudden Sinatra who hired Movers to suc him, and It was his turn thought, and then lave In other business the board (Continued From Page One)
severe wind gust to ferry him from lie described how he had up, smiling wanly He Formally adopted written
he Is survived I
by two Some 500 people. were. evacuated Italian mansion to learned. of the alleged couldn't think of a tingle policy pertaining to all school to understand you are tiarafused ))'
ers, Charles and Steve, and from their homes at the movie when it has been work Bums bank account a thing good |t. sty about board personnel teachers, and) we are res itr i\

two sisters, Rita and Billie. Davle. during the height of the. tion in Rome since 1939, wu month or so ago but did Mr. Burns,, principals, and .n non-lutrua liiMen you out"Bargainers
all met for about
of Auburndale 1minutes
Washington llonal personnel Polk was the
storm some by airboat the same man or said nothing until ".theproof" Meanwhile, bark In the ..
Graveside services will be In the only lute without ami then adjournel, n:
Palm Beach Countv-By far Frank had used n.- Palm Room the Democratic county a
held at 5 p.m. today at Glen bird to the .doctor said he appeared about 2 candidate written policy. tined dl.e.M.Mn(. until :3 r trFJT
the hardest hit. Late Wednesday escape was
Abbey Memorial Park with for "nervous a m. Tuesday In the formof Voted to advertise for bids During( the Interim, th,
the rabble Italian
nieht most of the county was now shaking hands and
the Rev. Gene Hitchcock, pas who thrive blood pres p hot eMIt.tie copies of tor a house on the Las VttUproperty will meet on local I l"su'"xFraser
still blacked out due to tangled on greeting Demwats wHh
tor of the Parkland Baptist lines lebrities what purported to be Nassau evident In Auburndale to be said\ the UAW Amr
power bank records of pleasure lean Motors
a need Nov. 10 hargalnlno "''
Church officiating Lake Worth lost at least two The difference in
Baptist were two walls, ,
Haydon Burns account of mlttee voted bv a two t to on
buildings, a volunteer fire house titude ia that. the deputy dl- $1,211,000 I two closed doors betweenthe nOR I() \ STOCK* martin to make nroflth .rii.

State EscapesContinued and a combination liquor.store stage 16 were Corps and 11* would not name the candidates, separated Here are thi 1 p m closings a. strlkeable Issue for for :tVAW "
bar. Other buildings dam work. That's all House when %
were by M feet .
or ssBums. on Florida slacks '
( From Page One) person who gave him the as reportedby members tt AMI
tornadoes which struck betide the the late
aged by guy
of two.to.four foot teas In thestorm' who photostats, and he said he vitrWK s few Francis I duPimt and Co He aM earlier the mri t
about dusk. Lake Worth Hcwpi infringes on Kennedy after
did pay for them minute before on the air Air Control M! eontraM i would not Kf ,.i,>nbevnnd 'I,
wake far north .
as on .Inatlon.
tal reported treating 11 people vale life. The .. .
He had was now' running relaxed Tampa El clrlc HI the midnight df-mii."
the coast as Charleston S.C no knowledge ai
true for the
possibly! more for minor Iniu- man .
I lsbea pent about SVt hours ries during the height of the writer. Whether In source said to the. source, from which like i Prmoiratle\ candidate Florida Toh-phoiw 2TH Unless "an agreement n i"
in Florida making its landfall storm siege In the emergency picture. Sinatra is first. situation learned all this, rash had arrivedIn ifs usually can !M Ftart- Plant Induttrles It our grt
about 4pm. at the small Collier room. as "the leader". a when the Borne acpount
County fishing village of Three homes were. destroyedat and boss man from news "but I have my Wets" "I have today signedover

Everglades. It left the state Boynton Beach by the twls. On the set of Coium- he said and It was easyto mflhVm all my rights. In the
near Stuart about 11:30: p.m. ten Twenty five. people were Express" he was a revealed the tee that If he spoke dollar bank tc
Sustained winds 43 them aloud he could be count to the Pwlk County
were only treated at hospitals In the area, natra Her rumors "
miles per hour as the center of Mrs Lyle Kin-man toM of The bout was Washington sued for libel or "m. United Fund, he said.
label! passed over Everglades being trapped with her husband Robs on. a man that Jenkins tWng amilmst. The. crowd
but weather observer J. M and son in their car and watchIng ftpects He listened by officers "I'm wttomg for !him te laughed" THE
Davidson laid gusts reached. a twister bang cars arounda Robson outlined the division. product proof that he Come. easy. go easy,"
125 m p.h. Still the storm did supermarket parking lo* like when the camera* that Jen doesn't have wh an account the candidate added, the
little more than fell trees and amusement park bumper cars. followed (' father of six ," Holley said punch Ifn., snapping hitflntrrf
knock out powerWaverly When the wind totted their own ter He might have en picked up When Burns' appraisal I .
car her husband was badly cut extra for all the by two plain- of Ma stewardship In Taltahtttve lie talked for i few
CoOpContinued on the head.In threw around mortis divi was repeated minutes more, about the
m. Wednesday state budget, about taxes,
the supermarket a man As a producer Hoiley said he would
( From Page One) heard the sudden roar and ness man executive of "disor hardly term the passageof about education about I
and field equipment, Is about yeUed: "It's here Everybodylay winning actor he gestures)." It one of his bills for lot of 'Important things,
$350000 on the floor" Shoppers did. a thoroughgoing to forfeit" licensing private dttc. far more important than
Waverly officials have pre. At Delray Beach the Briny Watching him at lives Inewns+qurntltl "I'd whether or not Ihr mayor
dicted that a couple. of big Breezes trailer park was badly the same. burning official ltorl refused record been working to get It of Jacksonville hs> i million .
years will produce enough hit. Delray Mayor Hugh David it is more (' record showed through the legislature for I oVrfltrs, orven a
savings because of the bulkhandling estimated 20 to 25 trailers destroyed explosive' temper 60, a time the past 15 years" dime
equipment to pay or severely damaged well most of the Home In Holley asked his Interviewers When. he had flushed" ,
this cost He said damage could reach And when a arrested at the if his opponent Met metfrd into the Mite
The cooperative is celebrating $150000 Two trailers were wealthy successful same officer had said anything else by of the hotel Republl.
its 50th anniversary this swept into a canal Independent as to (orfttt$50 about him that he should) can headquart"rat was
year. Brevard County A twister what. to be upset know dark and the COP ctrvM.
date was tone
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Luther Kille Wedsteviiy as "9ne OCT. 15-16-17
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October 15, 1964

ended October 10. Grapefruit
Florida's Weather utilisation Is less than one-
fifth of the 1,118,000 house used
lut season until this time Don'tKick
FIELD CROPS;Corn and so>-
bean harvest Is active In most
And News Of CroosVkt producing area*. Cotton and
peanut harvest Is catering the!
final stage Most of the peanut .
fields remaining to be harvested -
\ T IILR SUMMARY- heavy rains from about Tallahassee are In central Florida.Small
eral showers persisted over woatwrd. Muok cooler grain sssdbsd preparation Is
i much of the southern two-third* air graved over the Sate widespread with some acreage
of the peninsula throughout the following the passage of already ....... A few earl
entire\ week Showers were generalh "Hilda" and dropped tempera- planted Holds of small grains
light and, although measurable hires Into the forties In the are up to a stand In west Florida .
rain was observed on western and northern counties heavy rain Interrupted
three or tour dayi at most reporting and Into the fifties on DM cen- harvest and other operations.
point In this area, tral .-...... Little or no Localised flooding last week
weekly totals were mostly under rain fell to le western ooun- caused some daejttffo to so>- The Tires
one Inch. The remnantsof ties and on the northern thirdof beans. Winter legumes for pa.-
QUINTS HOME -n" t" hurricane Hilda moved eastward the after midweekas
t pentMwl
tare are bolngplavM with some
-ojllf r the Andnw Fchc; t..nIPlhlt the
15. .1I1'I'I.'' 1..11.' r through the western county clear skies and abundant
I : n cu' Ab,(dren 8,C II ;n nn t.,". I.rm the first old established acreage being
area during two da
>s sunshine prevailed throughoutthis fertilised. Pecan harvest has
of the week and produced some area. Although hurricane begun.
Hilda did bring some gusty Mr- LIVESTOCK AND PASTURES -
face winds to the western counties : Fall sale of calves Is well
early In the week, wind underway. Condition of cattle
damages were negligible. continues air to good for this
Slowly: rising temperatures and time of year. CareUking actlvltles -
abundant sunshine prevailed In remain normal. Pastures -
all areasSaturday and In central. are In tetrly good con-
and norlhernpenlneualandweetern dition but growth has been Mowed -
counties Sunday.A tropical by lower temperatures.
1 depression centered In the western VtGETABLES: : Weather during -
I Caribbean brought widespread the past week was "vor-
cloudiness and general able for plant growth In most
I rains to the southern peninsula areas of south Florida with adequate
:.Sunday Rains along the southeast rainfall In central and
u coast were locally heavy north Florida but excessive for
.a with West Palm Beach reporting vegetable production In west
a 24-hour total of nearly Florida.
; '; Inches Sunday. These ralnadlmlnl.h _
IIIP &Yii2Z1k-I westward and totalson -- --
the west half of southern
peninsula were generally less et
than one Inch, ,
CITRUSi Groves continue lobe
In very good condition.Cooler We're only kidding, of court, Kick them oil
weather has been beneficial
In reducing moisture loss and you Ilk. It's 0 good way to lot off ireom.
In aiding fruit coloring. Light That at you know. wet OHO of lie otd-fmh
general rain preceding cooler lowed ways of checking the car. Cart these
air totaled less than an InchIn
most groves but wa..xtr.m day are to well built and have to many Improvement
ely helpful In maintaining good that the only thing you need to
growth factors Fruit Is grow do I It select the one you prefer and then mole
Ing satisfactorily but splitting
of oranges still Is occurring In lure that you do get the right financing .
! varying amounts, at MO of the American National leeks of
Caretaklng, although somewhat I c.....
I slowed by rain was relatlvely .
heavy with fertilisation, MIMIfl FDIC
spraying and disking as major
activities In the upper Interior 'WI A1\E..CAN:
section preparations are being
made to bank young trees
Harvest activity continues to
Increase as more volume meets
requirements but Is subsun DOWN IN DUMPS? H'tt'(' h
dally below a year ago. Total 1'lIrn>' Min' t<:> -ii Ak.)
orange movement through October D'.ilgl' 'II' ii'-' I I..1 ,s IIhi
10, 1004 totaled 95.000 bos >'* been I\\I\K\ "tli'ntl'.n ti.
es, of which 60,000 boxes were those poll ImllmtlMK n IM :
used In week ended October 10. hour l aHv edge m Uu O l1ft
This Is less than one-half the / let-tl"n. lies shown it
:S2t: ,000 boxes ,
t used last yearto II press ofrtenIn r<>n
the same date. Of the 400- ,
(MrvntPnrt| \ I1"f'I"| i there
__ 39" hum 000 boxes of grapefruit harvested In L"ndnn.
so far this season, 250-
000 boxes were moved In week



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over a million dollar' you can for time. his denials !her ami
Holley Says Burns"" Denials 'Worthless'By net a lot done In a few hours. stranger. .."
Anyone with itrom enough con Burnt said that he would
nerUont to let over a million Nassau to
l + (a i teilSttisri tatted Press lnlraat..Ml, Burns' denials won't be accepted or Insinuations" showed photo "It It up to him to bring dollars Into foreign account make HoDey the trip had to been tnckr.lby i i"political
Democratic: gubernatorial' no. by the public static copies of the bank account forth proof." said Holley Wed- without It .being known also .hatitroat prove 1 1refuaed
URti ({ %' mince Havdon Burns flies to Holley says the denial are listed under Burnt' name- neaday. "" I have been dupedas ; enough connections to a to do business with
OfSTI Nassau Friday to prove that bin worthies earlier this week to newsmen he claims, then he can easily net it back out and Mock fur. to accompany
denials of II 2 million bank The Jacksonville Mid and k." and
a mayor asked that Burns explain prove the Investigations, Holley him He said he had madea
account there in his name are In Lakeland Wednesday he them. But the St Petmburr Repub said contract" to turn over
not worthies" will to over to Nassau Friday Burnt threw the bomb rich lican added. that the fut that "legal
Rums hr mnrnfnr' in1 'ntrthr, hark .. Bum The FwiMlwm .*M that gay fun< In a Nassau hank
nay hasn't Rot any ;: h" \?or .r n" 11.1 1 u going to Nassau to LakelandUnited
"''onIn ;n\ hank .outside" the nt :Vim Srnlia to Rive news same "(fake record! wdhllnllename tell the bank to answer the Burns made. only weak denials under hn name to the
i 'ailed, (I tilatr" but I (;OP Candyn. nipn all infnt m limn ntxHit ihi nn 111..n. 1n1" tMK-slions of newsmen<< dam! not when h( first learned: that' lharrminf <' Fund ,
I ,'. i I huh, II"II, v who Cater ..111 I"I' I i ll, ur cite' ifII ,f bin offs> r MM,t I" h I 11,1":1. i in"In Hi' the amount' i nor then inform Ion Wi .II'' "t ifnul, I I") him, P nil I
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_ Smaihcrs Speaks On Space Race 11 RIVALED ONLY BY NATURE

ORLANDO (UPI) Sen Smtthcrs, one GOP Senate
George Smateri D.Fli" told apolitical hopeful tried to pin the United
fund raining rally here States lag on the John,on administration .
Wednesday It took the Russians' He called thi a
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feat to wake up the Republican from a Republican" e FREE3DAIS
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Sen. Barry Goldwater for president of Zenith Radio Corp claims
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WH Blue Devils Namalh Out Of

Alabama LineupATLANTA Americans Win More Olympic Gold

(DPI( ) The 3rd.
ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. TOKYo (UPI-AI Oerter of Han Watson of Portola Valley place at S feet, 74
Win Six
minus star quarterback Joe Na ,N'I.' Babylon N.Y.. his body Calif, and Cathy Ellis of Indianapolis Ken Mathews of Brltato. won
math, faces its toughest test so "" ".ed! ,m adhesive tape to Australia was sec the 20-klloineter walk .ta which
far this season Saturday in I I d'" ei t a rib injury, won then and and The Netherlands third Ron Zion of Orland Park, IB,

visit to the Tennessee VolNamath I i pIC( riiscu throw for the finished sixth
The haul of eight gold two
Tills Southeastern Confer 1 "I I traight time today, lead.
Remaining silver and four bronze medals The US. qualified a maximum
t the \ .
net offense leader and an All. n.ted state to smash of three pole vautttrs far
today lifted the U.S total to 34.
America candidate, injured his I "t" >ries In four
sports on Thursday but Italy
Russia with three gold, three the finds
By BOB tmiUANDtwsChfef knee In last week's victory 10 sea silver and four bronse, now has two for the HO meters said. 4tJ K
\ Sport Editor over North Carolina State nine the way the powerful 22 medals meter hurdles and only one lethe

ThoM person who think the Winter Haven Blue Devil Coach Bear Bryant says 1 A,", nf an team piled up eight Ferenc Torok of Hungarywon ateeplechase
do not have their barks to the wall ;need only take another Namath definitely will miss the ?,101 modal" gamed a triple the modern pentathlon Vaulters John Pennel of MI.

look at the football situation In the Weatrrn Conference. It Tenneasee game and that there winner, in swimmer Don !Sehol!- Ruaala won the team title and ami. Fred Hansen of Cuero,

will reveal that the Bin Blue must win every one of their is no telling when' he'll' returnto I tender, and regained world su- the U.S. picked up the team Tex, and Bill Pemetton 01 l
1 I" .
remaining six games to day In contention! for the league action Y nurv in the 100 meter dash silver medal with the trio of Mercedes, Tex, aU get la
and I
title and the Region 2 berth In Florida's Clan AA gridiron Thus Alabama's quarterback : eight! oared rowing Dave Kirkwood of Loa Angeles Jerry Siebert of Waists,
role returns to junior Steve Bob Haves of Florid A. & .
championship playoffi d M James Moore of Erie, P*., and Calif, and Tom Farrell of Forest
And to make matters worse, two other teams In the Sloan who filled In last week wearing borrowed shoes Paul Peathy of New Brunswick Hills, N.Y., who bad
region must at least tie In one game. after Namath was Injured witha x1 started! the parade by winning NJlolanda lent his track shod to Hayes
-- the 100
fine performance Last --- meters in world
Here is how Winter year record
luven a Balas of Romania for the sprint, retched the 800
1964 football fortunes shape up. when Namath was benched for WORLD SERIES MANAGERS, Johnny Keane of the Cardinals tying 10 seconds flat Then won the women's high jump at final by running second in their
against, AA schools). disciplinary reasons, Sloan then and Yogi Berra came Oerter, grimacing with
The Devils have a 31 season of the Yankees, were smiling before today's 6 feet, 2H inches with the best heats Siebert was beaten by
record, the defeat going to The DeviU! hive 20 points for an untested sophomore, led the seventh and final contest for the world bat and trlove championship pain at every throw, and in the American Eleanor Montgomery New Zealand's defender, Peter

Plant last Friday 6-0() This wins over Tampa Chamberlainand Crimson Tide to victories over The powerful! New York club was expected to take the title from final afternoon event a stunning of Cleveland, in eighth Snell
means that the Devils can Lakeland They can collectSO Miami and Mississippi, the lat. the scrambling, speedy St. Louts unit.Braves' upset by the U.S eight oared

earn a maximum of 70 pointsIn more points for victories ter in the Sugar Bowl. crew.

regional competition-7 wins over Manatee, Hillsborough, Even without Namath, the un In the first swim event Gators' Casey Has Hot Hands

over Class AA high schools Robinson, Jefferson, and King, beaten Tide Is favored Alabama tonight the year-old Schol

good for 10 points each. Only the last four being Tampa has rolled over four Johnny Logan lander of Lake Oswego, Ore. GAINESVILLE: Newest good position to break all Florida
eight games are counted and schools Everyone of theset..m. straight foes and last week' grabbed his third gold medal of member of Florida's football career records this )'ear.

this must include all lossesno already have one loss, 21-0 win was the closest margin the games by setting a world "hero of the week club", junior Casey qualification for the
( points) and ties (5 points so when the Devils beat them In the string Tennessee Is record of 4:12.2 to win the 400 end Charles Casey. Is tak 'hero of the week club" Include

they will have two losses and 3.1 with never a spread of more Ends meter free styleSchollander ing dead aim on all Gator seven receptions for 128

for all practical purposes be than four points The Vela were Baseball CareerTOKYO a student at pass receiving records already yards and two touchdowns in

Local Golf eliminated for the region berth. outgamed! nearly 31 last week Yale earlier won the 100.meter the Gators 3014 victory over
But, root for Lskeland and but capitalized on breaks to free ityle and anchored the
WINTER HAVEN Chamberlain even though these edge Boston College 16-14 and World Series winner release.He triumphant U.S. 400-meter freestyle Atlanta, Ga. native with the Coaches point out that, taken .

Mrs Howard Wells carded a teams also have one defeat An ailing quarterback will be Johnny Logan headed for Hong had promises from the relay team good move and hands has from game films, there

net 75 yesterday to win the Since Winter Haven topped a definite factor In another Kong Monday on the first leg Meta and Colts, who subsequently At his .peak tonight, he pulled In 16 passes for 220 have been 18 pssses thrown
Winter Haven Women's Golf them, a tie with one or both game Auburn' Tigers take on of his trip home to Milwaukeeand told him they had no clipped five tenths of a second yards and three TDs and intended for Casey this
would automotically send the 8th ranked Georgia Tech at place for him off his own world record set
Association weekly tournament on what could be the last The Dodgers of Florida's single season pass season. He's come up with 16
Second place winner tithe Big Blue. Birmingham and Tiger ace Jim. leg of his active baseball career Tered him minor league Job, from earlier this year to win easily. receiving record Is 29 by of them one was overthrownand
low net tourney with 76 Plant defeated Winter Haven my Sidle will be limited to part. which he rejected because he Cermsny's Frank Wiefand Broughton Williams ((1946)). the other broken up by a
was Mrs Frank Pride. but lost earlier. to Miami time running if his shoulder At 38, the travel-weary Logan felt he could still play !in the Calif.Rov Saari of El Segundo Yardage mark was set the defensive back,
Edison A Plant Winter was fourth and
Haventie Is well enough for him majors. John
to play
For the nine hole has Just about had it Insofaras William with is
group. would send Nelson of same year by "Casey one reason we
the Panthers, at all Pompano Beach. Fla.
Mrs Ray Jarmer low playing any more baseball 484 and set went to the lonesome end offense
was so, they must lose or tie one A healthy Sidle Logan showed no bitternesseven was fifth Fergie Ferguson
gross winner with 63 and run game. And here Is who they would have made once probably beaten is concerned, although he can though he returned home Ian 0'Bnen of Australia won the TD mark with five in 1941 ," nays head coach Ray

n'r.up with 64 with Mrs. Harold lICe their final four games of Auburn a slight! favorite But always claim he went out in from San Diego without a Job. the 200.meter breaststroke by Career Gator records are: Grave of Florida. "He has
first class .
Morrison. the season Chamberlain, Georgia Tech unbeaten far style a hair from Russia's Georgy Most Passes Caught 43 by moves like you don't often
Other prize winners for the Robinson, Lakeland and Hills- In this first year of Independence so "Shake hands" with a World Prokopesko with the favored Ferguson 193940.41( ). Most see and his hands are simply
day were Mrs. Charles Carnes Series winner he said, practically Chet Yards On Pass Receptions great When that ball gets to
borough There should be a loss must be awarded the fav Crowd Tops 16,000 Jastremskl of Toledo
and Mrs. George )Heim, in_there somewhere for Plant. orite's roleThere's bubbling over. "That ( Ohio third OBrlen knocked 668 by Ferguson, Most TD Receptions him it's caught"

Announcements were made But over In the Pinellas Con. I crucial Southeastern the makes Braves two for me. One with For Grid ContestsIn four.tenths of a second off Jas 7 by Ferguson Casey will again be primedfor
by Mrs Wells, ference and now with the trem ski's Casey has in only 13 duty Saturday against
chairman concerning where six schools are Conference game Saturday nightat Nankal Hawks" Winter Haven's two home world record with a games
the Winter Haven Wo also contending for the Region Lexington, Ky., where llth- Logan's cut with the Hawks games this season total attendance clocking of 2:27.8.: caught 25 for 350 yards and South Carolina as the Gaton

men's Invitational on Nov. 10 2 berth the gridiron weathervane ranked Louisiana State, unbeaten who beat the Hanshln Tigers at has topped the 16,000 The US women's 400 meter four touchdowns and is In celebrate Homecoming Day

Lake Wales Invitational on is Clearwater. Off to a 4-0 In three non. league Osaka last Saturday night in mark athletic director Jack free style swim team set the

Nov 17 and Polk County bimonthly atari, Clearwater must tie one games, makes Its SEC debut the seventh and deciding Deedrick has announced third world record of the night OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
play on Oct. 15 at of their remaining games The Host will be the Kentucky Wildcats the lie said by splashing to America's 15th
Japanese World Series, 7,177 paid to see
Lake reason: one AA tie for sold medal this in .
Region 5 points, unbeaten In conference year 4 03 8
won't begin to last week'
approach the Plant and
Next week's tournaments six AA wins for 60 points, and play but 481 victim to Independent winning share he received from 9326 the Lakeland game Nov. The old record of :07.8: was HAVENDALE
will be points for the 18 hole win over A for 4 points (they Florida State game set earlier this year by another
the Braves after they beat the 27. It was stressed that these U.S. PAINT. BODY SHOP & GARAGE
group and low putts for the 9 play three but can count only Unbeaten, 9th.ranked Florida Yankees in 1957. But he's team
not figures are paid attendance 34th St. Havendale N.W.
hole golfers one) would give Clearwater 68 celebrates Homecoming against kicking bit Swimming for the victorious at ,
points. Clearwater has yet to winless but twice tied South "This a only. Americans were 15.year-old Phone 293.1(97
LAKE REGION play five Class AA schools Carolina; the Georgia Bulldog was really "an experience Dvedrick estimated a total Shuron Stouder of Glendors,

Northeast,, Sarasota, Dixie I I have the dubious pleasure of former of Milwaukee a lifetime and said Pittsburgh the of 10.000 saw the Lakeland Calif Donna de Varona of Santo ALL WORK GUARANTEED

The team of Jan Brown, Mar. Hollins and Seminole, Boca Clegs, hosting unbeaten, 12th ranked shortstop "It gave me.' game Clara. Calif 14-'ur.old LII

caret Talbot, and Margaret Cor. Largo Florida. State: Mississippi, my wife and my children an
neal Ud a field of 48 playersIn tells ('LAMA'' A A FINISH! twice beaten this early lor the opportunity to see Japan and Iwouldn't
the ABC Best Ball net tour. !WII_. | first time since 1950. takes on
.. missed It for the
nament at Lake Region Yacht J.. Iwarh Terry J-crkor Wlf'her n-tt-1)..) 70 M pea winless Tulane at New Orleans world.
an*Country Club Tuesday witha J.. Jackson ft-l-S) 65 pti Logan didn't make WEEK ONLY!
exactly '
34-31..63. Jan Lot 11.1)) .
to ,It.
'flier five .'..n.m. City Bay .. M ins. Fern York Japanese fans forget Babe 1 1ON
was a way tie for Hrtio
and most of them
second with 67si' Mildred Hens Tampa| Roblruon 10X1)1 < )) 80 lit... I rather were
ler, Vivian Abell, and Ema How. Winl.r haven Tmp. Chamberlain used him in Coodqear Clearance
(7W M pi. manager each one
ell Lee
Roe Carol Wines
; and Manila. it-s-S. ) 50 pi.. of the ,
Ruth Derj Nora Goff, LU Acer Tampa King M-J jj p,,. Tuesday night Sunset seven series game De
ton, and Linda Webb)VersGess.ler l&.r'.. 911sln.avllls League had a very happy spite his anemic ,189 batting
(IauSi 17 pas bowler and an excited team! average during the regular 140
Margaret Paul, and Miriam V"ra Hrach I54-II M pi,.
Hogg; and Dot Thomas who Orlando lloon (T H) M pu Fern York, howling with the game season Johnny rose to ALL 1964 MODEL

matched her card with two ran. Orlando Ocala ((7 Colonial.1) ((7,I) M 50 ,pi.,t.RKOB .. Thomas Waters Ford Co. Series the occasion and in the all.Japan ORIGINAL-EQUIPMENT TIRES
dom cards | 4 tram as a sub bowled a 648 contributed several

Betty Johnson, Sylvia Cooper, Coral OablM twit.I 70 pll series which included a 2S6 key hits for the Hawks
and Clair Henderson were wel. North Miami. .IS 1 II S5 pU game "Funny thing," he said "a
Fort I..ud rdal. (Ie-51) M pli.
corned as new members. Miami Snuthwrit .l7-} 50 ptiPnmpann The second highest game curve ball Is a curve ball In
The play for next week is Beach ((7-8)) 60 pea.Miami ever bowled by any league and some of the Same tire that
a woman at new came the
ABC Low Net and the first loss KrMIFIVAL Kith 171) PLAIOSFs 50 pti Cypress Gardens Lanes the pitchers they have here in Japan 1 I I a / on

round of the 36 hole Vic Brook Coral Uablci :28 tUlnc.vlll. f 258 came on a first frame could make a pretty good new 1904 cars I
Tournament, Women should Tampa Koblnmm 7 matcher 0 living back home True I
mi spare. right strikes in
UU"PIONIIHlr a row,
make their own games Coral didn't see another Sandy Kou-
tables IS Hnblnion 14 and a nine count In the 10th GOODYEARCustom
down here but I didn't no.

For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139 4 after 5 split picking up one pin of a lice too many lambs, either .. Super-Cushion

Logan, who broke In with the
She started with a 188 In the Braves while
they still located
first second game and hit 204 In (he in Boston, took a lot of / r with 3-T RAYON and extra-mileage TUFSYN I

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Jerl Potts bowling with ball career It never seriously $

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October 15, 1964


I Florida's Archers To Have Four Special Hunts


y IILL CHESTNUT be open for wild hog hunting sport fishing on the popular lilt of fish management speak.

archers will have only and archer. will be allowed TM-acre HiUsborough County era from 10 states the Sports -1-(8)T)
Ida'r-cial s hunts m which to one per day and two per take according to Forrest J risking Institute, the Bureau
Tt'hrir kill and hunting season Archers win be requlr. Ware regional fishery biolo of Commercial Fisheries Ten Many alta pay $100,000
ed to possess a special Fish- gist. Game and Fresh. Water wetter Valley Authority and yearly and more to replace -
during the hunt eating Creek archery permit Fish Commission Lakeland the U S. Fish and Wildlife aer signs riddled by the
according to A. Drh
ason i costing WOO Permits will be The Htllsborough County vice scheduled to appear at the bullets of thoughtless
director Game and
available at the Fisheatmg Board of County Commissioners coaIIrence hunters.
Water Fish Commission Creek cheek station October 1 voted to establish Flak management discussions j 1 TONITE !
first special hunt opens The fourth special hunt openson Lake Tnonotosaasa as a Include: Attempts to Improve
be Et-lm Wildlife Manage the Guano River Wildlife flan management area and fishtaf. in lakes and streams. <"-" i'" ,"' "" ;. .., ,
Area in Northwest Ftor Management Area water weed controls. parasites .
in Northeast voted full approval of the selective ., ,
n October 24 with daily Florida on January IS treatment for control and fish diseases, farm fish a TOMORROW !
ng through November S. and continues for five weekend of the troublesome gizzard pond management effects on
'r, will be required tosS hunts through February 21. shad population, which has fish and fishing of dredging. Good signs are particu.
a special Eglin hunt The Guano River archery hunt canalisation and other change SATURDAY !
reached more than 50 larly important at night
permit and check in and will be percent in flan habitat and
open for wild hog hunt environment,
by weight of the total when their bright reflective -
f the hunting area daily Ing .
only and archers will be chemical treatment to selectively
fish population. warnings usually
i permits may be obtained allowed one per day and two remove unwanted species offish
ugh the Air Force Foreatry per season Archers will be required Action designating the lake toxlcity to fish of ht'r.bicW.l. are the only guides v
at Jackson Guard ae a fish management area to motorists. Sieve-like
on to possess a special and other subjects
n. Niceville or at any Guano archery permit costing suthoriies management by the Game management discus signs are hard to a +
JFtry on the Eglin Reser IS.00. Permits will be availableat Game and Fresh Water Fish afoRe will feature among other read, and kill innocent CARS !
> the Guano River check Commission to Improve fishIng topics deer browse and feeds people.
n.e vend special hunt opens station for public use First step effects of controlled burning
he Citrus Wildlife! Manage Aldrich Raid that archers will In the improvement program waterfowl hunting and harvest
t Area In Central Florida on be required to possess a reg U control of the unwanted mutrla damage control deer
bet 17 with daily hunting ular hunting license In addition gizzard thad management tools, relation of CASH !
ugh November 1. and five to the special hunt permits The lake will l be selectively wild turkey population: to forest
lal weekend hunts through Archers may use bow and treated with rotenone with clearings and effects of
ember 6. Archers will be reed arrows to take wildlife during little or no damage to bream mires on the bobwhite quail
to possess a specialus the regular statewide hunting thellcracker. black crappie Other groups meeting! with 1 m
archery permit and season In order to qualify as and bass Ware said the game and Fish Commi don.!
ck stations when leaving a legal method of taking game A greatly diluted solution of era will be the Southern Divisionof GLAMOR !
area Citrus archery per animals, i bow must be capable the "fish suffocating' rotenone the American FishericSo
3 may be obtained from ofs of casting a one-ounce hunting will be used, lie said, only ciety. the Southeastern Wild
of the County Judge In arrow 150 yards. Cross bows strong enough to remove the life Society law enforcement 0 Q
us County Permits will are prohibited for taking game undesirable shad, first fish to personnel information and education
i be available at No 2 and animals be affected by any treatment officers. and engineers MUSIC !
4 check stations during thet Commission biologists stress engaged In game and fish Fortunately, laws provide stiff fines or jail terms for
five days of the specialhe lakeThonofossa the fact that chemical treatment management in the 14 Southeastern sign shooting. K

t. Is not a cure.all for the ft States ..
third special hunt opens lake since it does not change Aeparaie sessions 01 tne many
the Fisheatmg Creek Wild. conditions which make shad phase conference are scheduled .
Management Area in South growth possible Yet periodic for game management fish Waterfowl TomorrowSerious CASH DRAWINGS NITELY
rids on January 16 and cons Lake Thonotosassa 15 miles removal of the overabundantshad management law enforcement
ut' for three weekend hunt northeast of will be does lend and education and engineering, '
Tampa to stimulate durk hunters will United! Slates, Canada, and
ugh January 31 The Fish chemically treated to improveIIQSNIIg game fish to bite by Increasing with the groups to meet simul- want a ropy of the latest pub. Mexico A awn technical hook 8:00: P.M.
taneouxly during the four
ting archery hunt will day .
the competition for the meetingAn liration on waterfowl now beIng "MaUrfowl 1 Tomorrow detsils .
food fish remaining in the placed sale the Suprrintr
exotic Florida dinner on on by dimply but fully the
lake after the treatments niton t of Documents, natural and
Clearwater Beach will be a many prooeti.es DAYTIME RADIO REMOTES
The public Is Invited to observe special feature on Monday Ooveinment Printing Office the numeroua activities of
the all-day operation night October 19. An annual Washington 0 C. man which have affected waterfowl
which will be conducted by dinner and entertainment program The book 'Waterfowl I Tomorrow from glacial limes to
Commission personnel from will be hold Tuesday I Ie available at four the present dayVlalcrfiiwl And The Beauty Starsof
many points in the stale Ware night in the Jack Tar Harrison dollars per ropy and Is a story Tomorrow" Is
will be assisted by C. L Phil Hotel headquarters of the conference of migratory wateifowl I on the the moot romprrhenolvc book
lippy. fishery biologist Location and site of all discussion North American Continent on migratory waterfowl of 165
of the operation will be meetings. written by experts from the North America and their habitat -
Reese'i Fish Camp on the ever written The 60 chap-
south end of Lake Thonotosassa. tern contain 7(4 page and Include
Private Shooting Preserves 194 photographs selected

from more than >00 submitted COMET
18th Annual by the FlorhJs Came and
Hunting season on Florida's and with goad reason ConMently Fresh Water Fish ('11m million IJlJlCi(
seventy.two licensed private located, they offer exctllent and other agenclei and Imlivktuate -
Conference shooting preserves opened October \ hunting on well stocked, throughout the United 4
1 for quail durk and privately owned hunting areas Slates and Canada. plus many !% DODGE
pheasant hunting The season There Is no bag limit and in a "Mt>iMial llluMtraiKma. artwork
J. .Game and fish Information" for hunting on shooting reserves addition, many preserves provide awl. maps The book l Is a
J gleaned from years of expert will continue through guider dogs Me Ca..... roojieretlvq untlertakmg of 19 '
e" ence by noted biologists amspeefalinU April 30 according to A. U lies mesh transportation/ In author from; ill part wf FORD f ', ,1,4pS1v
hi 14 eotrtheanteni Aldrich, director Game and the field and trap or skeet North Ameilea and each chapter ."II u j
states will be advanced to more Fresh Hater Fish Com mil shooting For the busy sportsman Co-y. *
Brogues GalleryEvery u the product of writeri .
: than WO registered! delegates wan. the shooting preserve provides familiar with their subject PLfMOUTll
expected to attend the IWt an opportunity for mash
! The book Waterfowl I Tomorrow' *
breed of worth know FI"J.h"'J
brogue : A
Annual Conference of the Southeastern Of the mum hunting with a minimumof o
seventy-two private Is available through N
Row of I mdiuduart.! hale
showing on row nipci "
Association of Game effort plun an occasion to
preserves twenty three .
are '
and hearty claAAir.. skied. \I. plt'a-r the. man situ lakes and Fish Commissioners meetIng classified as commercial sharpen the shooting eye for Superintendent of Docu c CHRYSLER
his leathers robust, hu "" preserves rtiminaihmgton. (1C and
f in CSearwater October It which are to the opening of general
broguei authentic! Now. | ttPrFLORSHEIM [, 21.A. public for hunting open under a fee sfsion in November tluiiilcl lh. library he a welcome of outdooramen.additionto t-\t
what's your pleanurc D AMrlch director of system The fee system .la one \1\1> i' 1)
the Florida Game and FreshWater in which the hunter pays for ,riWNDt
Johnson Boats DemonstrationThe I *
$2695 the Fish Commission and the privilege of hunting and
pair president of the Association for the number of game birds
said that 90 prepared. scientific harvested during tie hunt lass line of Johnson models the 1700 Runabout, LINCOLN O
papers will be delivered by Boats will be shown to Johnson the Deluxe and the Seaport.
guest speakers during the four In addition to the huntingfee dealers Monday, Oct It, The Runabout .la far outboard .
day conference. A total of 40 the hunter is required to at Graham Boat Yard 4451 propulsion, M hp and up *
111 papers on flan management possess i valid hunting license Herat h tl 84 Jacksonville while the Deluxe/ and Seaportare OLD' *
activities. and 27 paper on This license may be either the Florida driven by Johnson stern $At08Il
game management practice* regular resident or nun real The boats. featuring the drive units W. tal and ISO
S&-4 will be given In these two dent hunting h-enae. or the stable three.point hull pioneer. hp.Two
section alone. he said Series II" license which: sells ed by OML will be demonstrated Buick Rlvleras with V AUAN1fl
255 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE II S Swingle Auburn University for 1550 The Series H" by a team of factory special towing" hitches are pulling o
Downtown Winter Haven Alabama. widely I 1 license it avaUaMe to both personnel headed by John Millard the Johnson Boats to 23 ...
USI THE MUNICIPAL PAtKINft LOT AT REAR 0' TOU known authority! on fresh water residents and non residentsfor Product ManagerBoatsJohnson cities arose t b e nation on )
fish management practices in the same fee. and entitles makes three boat custom built trailers, MERCURY
imithrrn) waters. will head the t
the hunter to hunt on any 1.
.rri..! rr dt+ Aiyrr/rw/LY FV 6Kw. bs.1GlnvrwMt 6+ r al
licensed ehoottag preserve I
but may not be need for otfierhuatiBg ".

HI THERE I 8lt-t C\\tV\\Ot.t't

Shouting preservee are grew iliowimj
.log hi poptiUnty each year e


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fall It oat and drop It la ties boa of oar Cot lot. II be there rah My "kowdy PLAZAWinter
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We're toying 'Trnk" to you with a LANDSLIDE

0 F /m M d of SAVINGS In overy department. Mod the buys
"0 E1 of the yeor In family fashions-value*for the ham

-ai we c.lebrate this special event. Hurry..don't

.k ci / ; v 0 milt these and many unadvertised bargain..

:: 3 BIG DAYS..OCT. 15, 16, 17


V1f .; SLIM.REGULARHUSKY. Grants-own brand _

"STRETCH-PANTS VIGilANTES" A group of housewives calling _
themselves. the "Stretch-Pants Vigilantes/ picket In PENNLEIGH PREP
La Mlrada. Calif. against the Team terH itrlkc agalni ,, v '+ ? Grants Ginger Lane
food stores In that area, and aluo help a grocer unload a POLISHED COTTONSBOYS' '
delivery truck Some 20 ahowwl up after store manager John
S.T.R. E.T. C.H
Rolbrtght, 30 complained that he lout 10 pounds In weight '
unloading trucks to keep hta ihelv stocked when driver I'I ., r, .
refused to TOM i Teamster picket line I f y ; tit TO FIT PERFECTLY !

ST LOUIS St Louis Cardinals SAIGON Communist VietCong t a ,
Manager Johnny Keine In terrorist Ngufcn Van ?' TAPERED
selecting righthander Bob Gib- Trol just before he was executed :
ion to pitch the final game of for the attempted auai- (PiT\ Sale 2.47 SLACKSREG.
the current World Series: nation( of Defense Secretary
Robert McNamara last May:
"I don't like to work a man "I did nothing against the
with only two days rest, but Vietnamese or my country. I P Reg. 2,99I
Bob I. big sad strong and I am against the Americans who Sale I $3

feel he can get the Job done" the came country here to" cause trouble for A'F'' 't Sizes 6.18 pair

8 SkYOUR? HEALTH..1( I \\A y r r She'll love both. 3.99 styles,..you'll

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Heart Surgery Brings New Life \ I' t ', blend. Or 2-way stretch nylon,
4 knit for greater comfort; in

Dear Doctor: Now, I am able to work without .
I am writing this letter in being all tired out, and can I
the hope that other people with even, run up and down the
heart trouble will not believe stairs without being too shortof
I that life Is over for them. breath.If pers, button tab closures stir
I am happy to say that I am any of your readers have I rups. For girls' sizes 7 to 14.
one of the fortunate people who to have a heart operation and s'
waa able to have a heart opera. are afraid to undergo It, I hope
Uon ao that a new lift has again they will find courage In my f t1\
been opened to success and in the faith that I
me.I. placed In my family doctor and NO IFS NO ANDS NO BUTS You SATISFACTION|
have been heart
.urr.on.V |II .UA ANTIID
truck driver for A.. IllinoisIXtrr
I [I 17 yean for the Of Hope

Chicago During newipnp the American pint the Thin hope gratifying that these letter columns reflects aim :'RTMtti MOW AT SALE ,PRICES..oPAY' LATER J(.

five year I to achieve. Coming as It does.,
found that I ao directly from one man'a personal
experience, It ahould bring
Dr. Coleman was gettingmore '
and more limitless hope to readers whose :SAVE 31(ON 2 Grant Ginger LanesBUY
tired than I should have been live are bogged down by un
while work In&". Even going up necessary fear and anxiety Grants Pennlelgh Prep v
and down stairs or being out surgery
It Illustrates the strength of 7 MEDIUM WEIGHT
In cold weather left me ahort
of breath. the vital bond between a patient
and his family physician. It COTTON SHIRTS
Faulty Heart Valve further Illustrates the advantages i
About ten yeas ago, my of the combined Judgments FOR BOYS
doctor told me that I had a of the general family 1 a "
valve in the heart that was doctor, the heart specialist \
"closing." He told me this was and the heart surgeon. Sale 2 fernRIG,69x.a
due to childhood rheumatic Together, they arrived at the
heart disease. I had a checkup Ideal time for surgery The j
twice a year and waited with emotional support they gave .-_ !/
great hope for the doctor to the patient during this trying Full, comfortable fit,
tell me when he thought It period brought him immeasurable
absorbent combed (
would be the bed time for an comfort and allayed the I highly t ,
operation. understandable concern about a I cotton Extra warm yet 'i. J
Each year my doctor told me decision of such Importance ] not bulky, Size 6 to 16. ..
that more research and experiments 1 '"
Dally Operation
were being performed In i
replacing faulty heart valves,' Heart operation, for a wide \ \ ?
of conditions,
with more and more .ucc.... i variety are being ,i
Then, In 1963, I was told that performed dally over the
the time was right for my many world,who bringing might have new been life destined to. COTTON FLANNEL SPORT ems" HER TWO OR THREE.
operation. I went to the hospital
with full confidence and faith Incapacitation.There to chronic. invalidism and SHIRTS FOR BOYS WASH AND WEAR SHIRTS .
because of my doctor's rea.
I.I great hope In to.day' .
auranc I had extensive tests
and X-rays for ten whole day accomplishment
Fear should not flourish In an
Good A* New era of such exciting scientific 94cReg. 44 f'x 20 CROSSOVER
After four hours of surgery, achievement. Sale Sale 1.66
I was given a new plastic heart T"... column are dtiigntd SPEEDWAY SET each
valve to keep the blood flowing1, to relieve youreart about
as good a* the one God gave health through a better underitunding 1.47 REG. 1.99
m*. of your mind and body. Sale 6.44
I had four day of around- All th* hopeful new advancebe
the-clock ear* by devoted medicine reported kern are Handsomely tailored in warm suede-flnish cotton SPECIAL PURCHASE
nurses. After 10 days more of knout to doctor everywhere. Choose 'from assorted cotton and easy-care blend
recuperation I left the hospital your 'individual medical problem full comfortable fit for the active boy. Washable. Enough track for many layout -104" running length. (In fashion print and colon; embroidered style
and returned horn, with a new should b. "o"dklefflll your Latest Fall pattern Size 6 to 16. Variable speed controls operated by better. Bermuda and other popular collar styles 7 to 14.
llf*. own doctor, lie know you best
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DEAR ABBY Last -- 0 li'n.Uni IPEsews.
year we muted from DEAR ABBY: Our son is just 20 and the NOTICE TO IMhIBND !C oeJl
he country to the city so our children could goo girl he went steady with for four years if U THE: STATE or flORlDA Tt. a
the best schools study with the best musk She DoroUy Sue Taker
graduated from school last (
high June and
eat'hers, and get all the cultural % Bfitlw gtji '
advantages of Jim has had of 1
one year college They begged 1419 Rut MtbChattaaooaa
he art museum symphony ballet and so forth us to let them get married in July saying she 'haw
\\ell. the children haven't learned much but would work ana they would have an apartment You nit hrrrby MUTIfid thai a
heir father has learned plenty fur divorce ku .-
Every Saturday Her wit bane tllydaanl.N
on campua parent agreed to continue her
ught I have to send my brother down you In led aaovo mm 14
to the
allowance. We consented to their .
on sad that
house to calm; you are hereby roquIrMl
urlesque drag my husband home My the condition that they promised not to have a to wm a spy ol your anwr .
nan has gone hog wild. He signed up for a course family until Jim graduated from college Well, or otar whttrn d"- upon

In ballroom dancing and he goes by himself they weren.t married two months when she announced Walter O Blt. pUlntlffi MtomoyWHOM .
e\ery Monday night and I dun see him adder U 116 VM sjuwrBulMInc
again shes one month We
pregnant are so WM r town. Fonda.
after work
until on Tuesday He save I don't angry at that stupid girl! Do you think we are OB buses .... 4U toy at Naramtor .
need lessons because all I have to do is "follow." Justified in asking our ton to quit school and go I M., Md before or tmme4IMly iir
full needs lesson because he has to lead." to work How do other parents handle situations tlwrwftor to (U* with IK' Clvrkat I [
U that true"1 I suggested moving 'back to thecountry like this? tko above. nrlod Court the orl.lnml :I: 9 '
of wW ... tl
and he refused to .a. or wrlttvn aoMM. -
go How can I {. II asp.
straighten him out' JIM'S MOM It you tell to do M>. 1Itoc.... pro t .
CbnlMM will b.. ....NII nlniil
SORRY WE MOVED DEAR MOM: Way handicap Jim for life by you for Ihr rrllvf donundnl Tn theWTTOTH8 ;0

retailing to help him get a. education? He seeds t K
DEAR SORRY: I don know heed and official
what your msowed' his college degree more than ever now Give my
In the country, but It Ml of attics at BMto. Polk
wasn't his them
wild a break and don t withdraw your inpport County. FtorilU this Hth day of
oats because be
appears to be sowing hem Mont their
now parents help married college children 8rroinbrr. loll
Waltz your overgrown kid back onto the straightand as much as they possibly can D. H. SLOAN JRCtork
narrow If you have to enlist a marriage di
counselor or clergyman te help you. RAtDaId IC .pteanOM.

CONFIDENTIAL TO t. A M> 11NOT'ri -- ._ _. .
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best way to start the day right Is by starting the MCANWHIU liar
DEAR ABBY' I am a 18-year-old girl, and night before red ASOVt UAtMO IAVIWHCU ,
people tell me I am rule looking and have .Uo> to hereby give that Flo- F COMl ON, MARTIN; (0641144 TO SNOW HM LAID A ntKTlNCID rA I
good personality, but I have never had a real a e etch Citrus Bxportthm. Inc t Fin I DON'T MlltVl LORRY' I 1 Out CMNNIK. AND I ITHl ust tit UST CATCH TNt CAUlKttC HUNtV f
Hd for will WOVE WIN ONt FM 01 OtLKOK
corpormtlon not profit'
date I think I know why Boys are afraid to Troubled* Write to ABBY. Box (W700. Los present its petition lo th* Jud 2: flROUlTU Ml (VTNIN6' CANT, 4LT MYI rtHM t OHLY WL LL PART Till (AST SHADOWS
ask me out or come over because my father I II Angeles. Calif For a personal reply enclose a of the Class. Court of Polk Ciunty WHIM AW YOUR TM006HT MINC OFf Of (( COLD! 0R1AMEms' A yJUHWl /001 WR'ts( A Wv. .
a policeman How can I get boy to date me stamped self.addressed envelope Florida to whom thr mull,'r I I. V AN OfFKt 0( LI' ON THt alai
with 1 this handicap? I am hankering .....tod la the. chambers irf Hilit 'n'ls MATTEL '
for a date Judy In Hallow Florida Norimber AN! INM : W 114 A CUt 'N
1 on '
INS Hal. *| 10 oil a mor rof or TAMAKfO
DATELESS For a. loan Ihrroaftrr .. I h.. mnlttr '
Abby'i booklet How To
A Lovely ail
may b hoard. for ntt..1 I Idocrw
DEAR DATELESS: Only a thief runs when Wedding" send SO cents. to Abby, Box 69700. apprnvlni amrnoWnl ?.r n. ,t 1
DO ODe pursues I hope you aren't hankering for Los Angeles, Calif charter la Ihr fnlhmliui. r.l"rt. O N I
dales with boys who fit this dearrlpllnu 1. To dinner the corp< rate 'nom,' ;0 \
C "McNMht .,..dlr.I.. |m |I'*4 to rtortda Cltruii Showtan In
1. Amend Ita corporate nbirrtn] .." e'Itl 1 r ,
and pun" 10 <' >nf rm lo th,' n S
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I News Of Record Fonda 1 To retrflnr fled.. the condllli n. ..rnrnnborahip a.ms'

_4 To. provide for prrprtuil "II.t liI 1 surAY

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appetite stimulating displayof A.,ass ".ara Ca II Lat,.... ... TRAUOMN IHAKITKAImRIDn
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all of your favorite good Ar.ni Puss Ol al Llk lia4, n IM Maanolla Av*. --- --- ---
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happy differences etifin Sill N.rrenIN.. with Ihr Clerk of .Ito ('ttr..u f"" iof z
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SPECIAL STEAK NIGHTS National Association of 1 1 U JJ 1 MHirilTrR

Sat & Sun Nights Retired Civil Employes, Chap.

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iii Ile Copped Sutol, IIIJectT1 meeting of the Fall season at rUTITIOta YAME

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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted ((7)L) To Buy or Trade I I(10)( ) Articles For Sale ( II-A) For Rent Unf. ((12)) For Rent, Furn.


Typewriter. 2 .l lr,wir file cabinet
lunge Washers .
to 171 A
Dryer HO
I 3 bedroom ;
Experienced General Motora legal mt. 1t. f, rr. <1 2(4-1051 I Air Conditioner. Recoadlti : FOR RENTI up. Smote Realty Co tat itS |tNW ..

by 13-11 To Good ni-d fully guaranteed. Term CY 3-3T8T M-TF
Mechanic Good Working Condrti ---- -- From 33> M and Up JOHNSON Br Lk.front 8SO Mo L. Silver Dr

Ihesan.Pullover M. fringe benefit., hoepitJiMtk WANTED: to Buy 8 mm automatic I APPLIANCES La''". Alfred 1 Br Lakavlaw ISO Mo. .... L. NE INTERESTING air ooMtttonad

>n. See Gil Hall or Steve driven alaetrtc but eye not- preferably euentlal. motor Movie Phone 3T3-113. Nlte I1J.llIO.J7T" 2 Br. La."lIw. ISO Ma .... U NX: Southeast room and PI...kltchenatta.. CY ,,110I. 1-Nov Nut to 1

Holm At. camera for caah and permUilon to MIKE MAISANO
hav It checked by recognlaad photo "ORB.uyqlC'k carpet cleaning 1MO LAKE SILVER DR. HOUSE: TUILD. II ft. Boar of
Sweaters GIL HALL BUICK repair' lab Reply I Jay Dunlap. BoxA1446 rent Electric Shampooer only IT14 III" .. 1fW. UtilItIes ferni.Ised -
%,. Newe-Chlrl 3-TF $1 00 per day with purcaaa ofBlue 2ND FLOOR $1300 week CY 44118. 11-U

301 6th St, NW CY 3-4144 I Luatr Jo in Boland Hardware CY *T4H
13-TF ((8)) Automotive Furnished UnfurnlihedE
CatalinaCOTTAGE MODERN!. ciMtom made atudto SUTCL1FFE REALTOR
ELECTRICIANS BxpnrlmaadSM SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME couNt boise and brown KMal- 6 ROOM house Located on Sheffield CY 4-41S1 Ere: CY 3-7313
Rd. about I mile from Bar
lent condition 33-0643 2(3-4871 TTF
Jack' Silver. 1700 Sth 8t. NW' or
3-7S80/ 14-18
1X3 CONTINENTAL after (:00 p.m. 13-15 tow Air Baa CY -

HELP:: 'WANTED Female- ; :-whit 14-20 4 DOOR CONVERTIBLE MOVING-STORAGE UPHOLSTERY ..N01'1I1IlOB: 3-BEDROOM houM on lOrd 8t. CLEAN porch furnlahed garage, adult apartment only.. Sun'JI1I.vo.

\ J 1 baby sitter for: bowling centerhurler Black with white top and matching Steel 1 aaah and jaloturiej window.. 2 NW for rent. If Interfiled U333MBarlow O. 5*. CY ...... 14-10
\ See the lady next door
'. Needed mornlnv. 2M-8C95.! leather Interior Extremelylow x 4 *, concrete block*, amplifying
18-15 mileage beauty till under factory IVORY lyitern, Prlcaa raducad. At IMS COTTAGE I ,room and bath
:: warranty' U ha* been regularly :- THREE BROTHERS FINE UPHOLSTERY Shuffleboard Club Building CY moo monthly 401 IIIIh Bt. SB!:
aenrlcrd by Lincoln .peraonnl s-ISIS. 13-K ti-u
SHOP DRIVER SALESMAN MarrM at Full-factory power with all Agent ALLIED VAN LINES COMPLETE FABRIC: s5Il.ECTIONWOLFE'S : ------ ((12)) For Rent, Furn.ON CY a-3108
Local Distance
option New matched prsmlumtires. Long : UPHOLSTERY SHOP RUBBER STAMPS For check apartment for
to 35 Route experience helpful. I A; 3 BEDROOM
My wife. personal car for Moving A; Storage 214 Ave A. SE CY 32710 endorsement signature .
960 Cyprea Gardens Road but will train right man I d., Call Collect 1331641W..h. turticui&r ople.BOWEN
only 1 Now offered at a Day Night other purl_' also dating LODGE
week Paid vacation. holiday. lick yran : MOTOR
...... Off Barlow Air Base 280ct. 2$ CHAIN OP LAKES I A; I
Open P A.M. til 7 P.M. daya Salary plus commission plus .aacrlflc No dealer plaaa Call itampa teal pocket Hwy 17 North
bonu Apply In own handwriting' Jack. Pine evening MU 3-2844: 33-Oct 23 i tarn II, STAR PRKflS' Phone CY Bedroom housekeeping cottage 111-18
.13. and give complete resume of ...If.nd Lakeland or Mr. Carr day at TELEVISION REPAIR ..12. 1C1 Av*. A. NW. -TF- Also room Monthly, weekly.SIERRA rate* .
1318 Dining
put Job experience, All raplla" CY 441. North t-BEDROOMAPARTMCNTS FOR
BIG NEWS confidential Apply to Box A HH3 -- -- I ROOMS of furniture Including 37-TF RENT Reasonable. CY 3-3843
%,. NewChlef 15-18 FOR SALE or trade for smaller range and refrigerator, Stereo 11-tF
PROTEIN --- _- car 1MO Old Super 8S. hardtop.. CALL JORDAN'S TV etc Take. over payment, 170* perm"Uh HOUSE TRAILERS 110,00 week.
COLD Good condition Call after 1:16: p rnCY Enclosure ajCarport 2(3-8501 Take all or I"'rt. Light and water furnUhed
WANTED: Part-time ...11...*. San 0-1546. 14-36 For TV Repair, Traanlator WAREHOUSE FURNITURE, S3 81 hSt entrance and private bath dote-
WAVE Marco Redaurant In .Awning Wlndow Screen Car Radio HIFIGuaranteed .. NW 12188Cl1BA Street ElolM or call CY 8-W6II
Apply peraon13TF ----- 13-18 In. CY 4-383: 8-TF
Building llptveialtie.AUJM1NUM
a 1M CHEVROLET Convertible.
I AT PB PS New Paint, Motor DISCOUNT SALES CO. INC. 8 & H OREN: STAMPS tank, regulator rnaok and BEDROOM furnuihed apartment a-Ufc LiKUOM furnished apartment
S1000 ANTED: Baby titter Light parted' Floor' board .t'i AaI Let George Do ItA 1TF fin.. 293.3153. 11-18 $56 month ATHERTON REALTY on Labs Silver Drive. Silver

touarkeeplng. In Bull Lake. Own *, 130000, Phone' 2(3-8573, **. A A; tth St. SW 2(3-55(4 CENTRAL; IUIHI1IAKLtXTKOKILS -- -- 643 W. Central AT*. 2M-3284 Creel Apartment. Call CY MTTO
ranportatl, health card. and ---- 37-Oct. 'fl 1W3 KELVINATOR 10 CII. ft. refrigerator 18-TF or 293-1390 3-TF
:.2 '.rene... CY "1'J9O. 13-K 1960 DAUPHINE Renault One ; 560 00. 1963 Magnavox
Complete owner, (360 00 Call CY 3-7633 aft- 2(31417Frofraclonal Stereo portable phono and Itand APARTMENTS at 118 6th Street lit floor apartment Walking dla-
BOB SIMSRefularlt 5 r 8::30 p.m. 13-15 TREE SERVICE Serviceat $50 00. 393-49(8 1319FARMALL NE t .. appliances. Water fur- lane to town and lak, Quiet
'priced at $17.50-- WANTED: Dlahwaiher Apply In : moderate expenaeRAIIIO nlihed E. BuUsllffe. Realtor CY and chap Adult plea**. (81 AT,
DlnrATt H t.l1
puraon Jack A; Betty 15-18 FOR SALE OR TRADE IM1 B. NW 31-TF
.. with a-TF
Make. Your Appointment T.. '"? 1530: llavendal CUB TRACTOR -4i3t or cr a-7213
Lloyd Call after 6 00 CY
p m farm .qulpm nt. located Rivers -
Sedan Con.ld-
!: PLAZA Complete Clean-Up. Free Estimate WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL wooo A; UP .
er older ear or pick-up truck' In Call LUKE TREE BERVICKCY Uatlng Wanted Nice large airy room -
Open Every tvenlng: CY 3-16M MANAGER TRAINEE for Retail trade 283-0674. 14-30 3334. 14-Oct 14 USED ALUMINUM BHFETS-prea ATKINS REAL ESTATE Conveniently :located! In Old Poital
u.rrJewelry Fond Store Age 21 to 55 Good Building Call CY S-(85 or CY
-- ---- -- plate 38 x 38 35c each up CY 4-1111
tailing rale hoipltalliatlon and EXTRA CLEAN good condition CHAIRS for rent AIM to :3D plate: :30-39 plate J3c each: 280ct 28 3-4167 -TF
In.uranc.. Paid vacation whrn 1900 Volkswagen, $*50,00. Call C'Y FIRE EXTINGUISHER Hospital Bed. Crutche. Walker. 40-100 plate 31e each' : over 100
qualifIed, Good opportunity' for advancement .-::1011.) afte 5 00 p,m. 15-18 Commode. Godfrey Rental CY Plate JOe vach Excellent for many --- I AND 3 ROOMS. Utllltle furn-
Apply 8 >, 700 pm : -- --- 3 3411 175 Av.. A. NW 18-TF home and farm uee, Re-roof dog COTTAGE: a rooms sad bath Baby liihed Ideal for working. men and
Sr'ftl, S 00 p.m. dally R Flanagan or CADILLAC KM for sale good A; bird hot.... with them us* a* accepted ElolM Loop Road. women Call 293-681 293-0246
D. Ben. 3424 Av. G, NW. 11-TF tire*, rune good Make. Offer! Call FIRE: EXTINGUISHER SALES *; aiding on farm building At th. CY 3-4771 13-15 1418
133 Third 8Ir,." BWU CY-363. 8-TF SERVICE C03 Recharging 80728th VACUUM CLEANERS Newt-Chief Office 134 3rd St..
Block South of Port Office -- NW Winter Fla 2 BEDROOM Trailer for RePtUtllltie .
EXPERIENCED LP ga* aervlc -- ---- Bt Haven NW. 1-TFWINCHESTER 3-BEDROOM air conditioned horn

hullty Watch sad man' ,Atr.&O: to 3ft Vacation medial SPEEDOMETER Complete service -.nelll.w Tachometer cable. 2(4-1387 34 Hr. Service 2-TF ----- .... r. NW Near Ith St, Cloieto furnished CY 34(13 15-18
( leverage life Insurance reIrrment MODEL 13 Three
Jewelry' Repair uniform benefit Opportunity L 4; J Service 1(5 ItS St.. SW. PARTS *; SERVICE for Kirby. Inch Magnum 13 gauge Duck Gun. hopping 1100) monthly. Phone 13-TF
for advancement If qualified CY "- ::161. 1-TF RE-WEAVINS Hoover, Electrolux and all other Rugrr, 44 Magnum long barrel 2S3-18M or 24-3777

Call Lakeland 8824143: for appointment aiDE-rack-and-for- -Ford Fre pickup 1 delivery and etrmate revolver Each gun I. on. year BEDROOM furnished apartment ((12-A) For Sale or Rent
gate pickop -
hoot. II 15-TF old and both lock like new .
with aide Ground floor 506 Av*. L, NE.
itep body.Cheap. .
'W 1ST 50 each Call CY 3-73S3 15-31
7-3274 15-U Hunt Moth Hole Tear CY 8-03K1 1
Expertly Re-Woven 7 Nov 8 19 TRAILER on Lak. Cannon. Excellent
FACED WTTII A DRINKING (2-B) Loans Up To $600 1)103 Old. ( otipe' '11 J-2npfine 8MARTTS RK-WEAVINO a-BEDROOM CB furnished houM condition. (13.50 per week. !
((10-A Boats & Motori Adult No Lake. 1t .
PROBLEM $275 00. 293-4710. 5-21 SERVICE ) pet* Eagle Avery Trailer Park 3400 Haven-
-- 533 POPE AVE CY 3-373 AUTO SERVICE N. 3rd s,. 15-U dale Blvd. 11-18

Perhaps Alcoholics Anonymous DOMESTIC I I. the company to borrow FOR V-8. 5ALR-.19112 atlrk. ahlft good Ford condition Coup Etabllhrd 1949 NICE clean furnished apartment. j
:20-Oct :30
CaD Help from! WHY CY 4-3083 after 4 00 15-11 I 14 ALUMINUM boat St HP motor one or two bedroom Water fur
p m .-DODGE: and trailer $150.00. TO 2-1708 nlahed Some near town $M.00 and ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

I. Friendly aervlc (62 t paatenger Ford atatlon Aulhnrlird factory Service On 13-19 3034959. 112aAIR
Write to Poit Office Box 1018 up.
Strictly confidential BUILDING REPAIRS -
: wagon do engine. Orulse-O-Ms- Chrysler Plymouth .Lancer .
or Call 294-1447 : Open Saturday until I p m.t tic W/W. |14B, 2(4-2325 .4-11 .Valiant BOATS 138 00 up Canoe. Sailboat CONDITIONED LakefrontApartment. I
Open evening* by appointment! ------- FLOYD RuBkRTS MOTORS *, );,eclriC outboard. 1T9 95 .. Nicely furniehed.Adults U.S. GOVERNMENT
Horn ownij and operated': (63 CHRYSLER New Yorker (31 Sixth St BW 2(34101 Air coolid outboard. $99 150. .
$17 SO Weekly CY 3.8375.14TV
Weekly Meeting Open to the .. iLitabllihed 1MDOMESTIC Lotk and drive like "new For urnall repair Job call r* 17-Oct 18 ('O8TEI.LO 8 Havrndale 283.160. HOMES
tired builder .
Public Tuesday, S:IS p.m. Ran: PB. PS Phone 293-5072.: :lfi CY 33470 15-18
Com.Muilins In or call your friend George 25.T( CAMPING TRAILERS BEDROOM with double or twin $100 DOWN
Polk County Health Building bed. living room with kitchenett .
8-A Business ( I I-A) For Rent Unf. *. Carport Utllly room. Air
( ) PropertySTORE SAVE ($$ ,
27-TT LOAN CO. On building new home ALSO rondlloner Dock privilege. Payment a* low a* $48 Per month :

3rd St. & Ave. A, NW CY 4-3219 repair work Qualified builder.. I CLEAN Spacious ground Quiet Including bedroom taxes_A; lnuranca kilt
8 : *om* with .
Reference. No Contact
Adult pet
010 FOR RENT Reference Z Y IthDROOM unturnlnhrd hnua ondth # 743 Lak. /. Dr in kitchen and completely redecorated -
wner !*
TURN TO PAGE I I 2(38683 St In Elolae IUO! a week .
1000 II
.. ((3) Situation Wanted from San Marco Reitaurant "' ...... "" .,......" _:. ROOM Ideal for profeulonal or You eon so.. money by bcying 011I'
.. ) MIKE MAISANO FOR RENT Modern unfurnlihed business woman Private bath of tho. bonus .
Painting Papering 3-bedroom house Air conditioned kitchen privilege, 29V 2213 after !

FOR YOUR CT 1-7... Sale GET. Service THE DEBT. RentalaP'LlJhiDA N..r Fxchang Bank and Down.. 400pm. -15 SAM MOORE Realtor I!
office Adult ,
to..n. Suitable for
lilting night on 275 Repairing
BONUS BUCK BUY th Bat Eagl I ::t..or 13-K leTS'MODERN I Havendala WHOLESALE Blvd : D1ST 393-7(10 Inc: It.'ftrenrei' Phone 2(3-1844. 13-TF DON'T MISS THIS ONE! Excellent 1611 8la M, BK ,
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t4-TF neighborhood between Lake. Martha CY '-181, Rights tV (-..III .
OFFICES. terraian ; .
15- FROM now on I will be doing yard;: floor. air conditioned Maid *erIce I I. J. MrCOY .Qtt alit, work- BbDROOM frame houee t'nfurnlnhed and Elbert I-bedroom. living 11-TF I
work year round I need more / tU 00 monthly CY S81M15 manihlp fait clean and reaaonable JOHNSON CAMP TRAILERS Ra.t of Auburndal. $35 00 room kitchen dinette and bath j
yard Work by hour or Job Call Phone CY 3-44NO III 4th Sleep, 5. Clow-out prima $45 up. monthly 2(4-1809 13-18 with large dreulng room. I&IOO a NE SUCTION 1 block from
:2U-4M8: 15-18 WAREHOUSE: i|..r* for rent Street. Jan-Phyl Village. 17-TF Bank Rat financing a* low a* $211 --- ------ monh If yours' permanent CY Lake' Martha 3 year old 3-b.d-
Fla ,
BEDROOM room urn
t I-A) Instructions large 8-4910. TTF room home Larg daunts, atoraga \
month Regain payment by
I Mime 2(3-2171 or atop at WW 5th your furnished, kitchen. ; furnUhed
except .
---- -- beam celling fenced yard central
St. SW for further Information renting to your friend' I
((5)) Home Trailers 11-33 I PAINTING JOHNSON APPUANO49 Hwy (lean cool neighborhood (WOO. 143 Bedroom apartment on lak. heat A air condition Kitchen
17-82 lake Alfred 17J-11M Ito? Ave 8 NW 14183REDRDOM son 00 a month and up Including equipped. 336OO 00 cash and assume
LB.M. n-Oct :33 utllltle Also weekly rat.. Sierra $9500 mortgage payable $7500 per
KEY PUNCH ::1 ROOM nod b..h t'ubino $3500ler Court Motal Hwy. 17 North 17-TF I month Phone 3(3-3(73. 15-18
1(65 MODELS Special 44 a 10 front ((9)[ ) Business Opportunities CHARLES: IVERSON ninth "Y .22U 16-11 -- -----
and rear bedroom (3195: Bank Phone CY 3-(81"areful MOTORCYCLESYAMAHA BEDROOM game, apartment $14 500 Bedroom.
Learn In rat financing and low dowi payment Work by Hour or intimate5Nov unfurnished house ('l.-iin qul'.t n.ltrhb..rhood In LakiAlfr I 1 dining I 18.2'mmO: : paneled Florida:

( Week School In on all 10 and 13 wide I model)*. 4 BOOTH Beauty Salon Good location 5 ATHB.RTON REALTY 543 W. I ,'d 21. block South of Lion room. clued' garage Inwood
Day Detroltcr and Pontiac 'Chief. Can be financed Ha. J IH1UMPH C'YCI.t1i C Central CY 4-3284 13-TF Park 173-1774 U-21 I School. CY 3-101.: -15-
14 W..... In Lake Shore ( H. working operator Call after I p mFR MARINE SUPPLIESMarine Self stinting and (port* model --
loll Hwy. (t Wail, Aaharadala370cl
Night School 37 --2-1655-- --- -- -- ----13-19.- Nu 4p Money m Daily Down- .All Day Saturday M R m m a v u a u m N

LAKELAND BUSINESS 1(65-MODElS: ----lOandirWldro---- LAUNDROMAT New., the only on. LAKELAND: CYCLE CO. y. a u I R I I a 0 I .
In Dundee. For aale Reaaonabla.Due Accessories CLOSE OUT. 101 3rd St. SW CY 4-3322
INSTITUTE, INC In Hock 13 H 50 *. $43(5 Let u* to III health Writ. Mrallalgren 40'* Discount on allaroMorte (Nov. 8
401 W. Peachtre on Lake Wire drive you to the factory at our Dundee. (15 .- while they lat
axpenae, pick your own ci ach FLORIDA WIIOLJjJALEUlhTRIBUTOKH
Lakeland Florida : Checkerboard
13 x 47 a a* low a* $3'$95 108 Iluui INC : Specials
plan to ch...... from (187 Havendal Blvd 2(3-7(30 :
e-Nov t
Cyprex (Garden Mobil. 27.TF
Park and Trailer Bale*
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H, mile Bait of Cyprei (;*,-drne same day brought In. W* fix clock. .: at PREMIER MOTORS INC. '
SHORTHAND 15-18 snobitleca so a ii a Ii Iwont. RESULTS- electric blanket etc PHILLIPSSAW
.. Si Cii I.....p04001 a. SERVICE: SHOP Back
(8pdwrlUcif) Trailer with and without alMina ...11.' "' ........t. Psur weoka TRY TilE LOW COST Easy Kurnar corner Avenua U A;
-In- LAKE PEEK: TRAILER: ARK, ..... Orsnto S I.. boratas at.ueo .- Mlh Inwood Phone 2(4-21UleOct. 19S7 CHEVROLET 2DR. HT 2-195 MERCURY 4DR. SEDANS U

8 Week.School. InDay 2(4-1844 Inquire at a ( fie I .. 15 Ti-leuhun-Nu16 "T"' .....Pure.......001.... Csenp.nClies snd aceins. SERVICE DIRECTORY I K I Ridio and HiUr, Radio and H.atar, U

a ......,,, luII-l.sII'ty' ---J- - a Auto. Trul. Clean Auto. Tran., P.S. .
18 Week. In ChIlls lee I.... II Sill (:,.. - - - - I $995 $695 a
NIght School ( & press 0 sciOns Bee dnese05W I'" II a pin. Your ChoiceFAIRLANI
(5-A) Moving Storage Plans. ahepplol Center .

BUSINESS and leutOsast W,..... Haven Articles For Sale Articles For Sale .
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rloi6elI. ..... wit recurs tn, FORD 4-DR. If40 FORD 4-DK.
INSTITUTE, INC IMPERIAL MOVING STORAGE. ...... sapital. ,., stsck pod I ini DODGI 4-DR. SIOAN- .
401 W. Peachtree on Lake Wlr Prompt and efficient aervlr* fall ...ul.I. Setsrestnk' Call U I V,. Auto. Tr.ni., '.5.. OALAXII HT Ant. T,.....,

Lakeland Florida! your moving Cal I ar writ O f. Driver. a>. oe STRAWBERRY plant on Thornhill, Slant-O-Matic 1 P.... Air Cnd Dbl. Power Healer Law $1145.t I
MU -(868 CY 141(8 for ...a".c&lm. (t(. *>hn. m.(M), Road W mile South of Old Winter I Singer 8 $695 $895 ", II..,..
Agent for Alias Van Line*' Winter rl*.*... Haven Lakeland Road--2SJ-J74 U| Sn.w WhiU.M41 Air C...J. .
TJ' 500"
5-Nov. J serving all 50 ataU, l -tF U n, RAMILIR AMIASSAOOI
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POLY FOAM RUBBER RepossessedSlantOMatlc 1U1 ,
( Services I BRING YOUR PATTERN-.WE'LL S Fully Equipped SillS STA. WAGON V,. Sad!. and Heater. i iAufa. -
(6)) Special
((2)) Help Wanted II CUT WHILE YOU WAIT LOW KM4v consul. model sets. U In.. Air Coed $2695 Ra4i. mitt H..tf'($ I 2 0" : Tr.m. S/751 .
I ((9-A) Furniture *. M. NW CY 3-0511 :30-TFeratora matte ilg nag sowing machine Just CI....
CARPENTER work. Roofing Remodeling U .
-- -- --- -- dial and make. all fancy atltchea.
YOU MAY BE THE ONEWe' Repair Cabinet Formica 1/0) SPRtNt3i. ...U...... R f'... I Make. buttonhole, blind .U'che.. Ii You Write Your Own Deal TRY ITI '.
top. All power tool* CY13'71. Das or Electric Ran '". USI CHEVROLET
balance MS*
full of fin*) etc Sold new $S (5. Complete
.- aO-TF COMPLETE house new TV.'. Dlnettea, Sofa (Chair. I .
for to ..bowAvon' electric rano- now (128 (1 Payrrlcnla can be IROOKWOOD STA. WAGON ,
,. looking -- --- -- furniture Including New
bias and Lamp T'-I
new Christmas CUSTOM MADE: DRAPES AND and refrigerator. alereo tablea, floor samples II On up. arranged .. low aa $4 71 per _lit. PREMIER!\ MOTOR INC. STA. WAGON Healer, Sid. Shift I 8.
completely ALTERATIONS Blind itltrhed lamp etc (S rooms! Used .I... WAREHOUSE FURNITURE 53 ItO VI. Awt, *. Trim. I.. t Cyl.
Gifts and Toilctrlea. modem 2t1l&r"bO': Ilk-kory than. 8 month. Take. over payment St. NW. 13-U Fully Guaranteed die ...cI H..r.
NW, CY -.7 ...,. UK par week' VN ARUIOU8KU ; Customer $695.|
WRITE P.O. BOX IDS 4-Mov' 1 FIYRN1TVRR.: 8th Bt. NW OCT ACqlAIXTFD OTTt.U Phone 294-4205. -fjy $345
1.1. .... 5PEISAL i .1
or Call 1Sz.t13'f LakelaiMl Winter hans DraftIng Co. White The lAst Out of Towners r Appraisal I Card
All type Comm ALL NEW: rroHiMMonaual I

14-18 Residential; gtsarsoloedDraws :1BaU.f.dloa ((10)) Articles For Sale $2(7 Stereo II 11 Single $88 Call Collect Lakeland, PREMIER MOTORS' )' Hit,FORD 2-DR SEDAN. Wl Fully CONTININTAL Equipped toe1 I IftAUXII .

WINTER: HAVEN TV --- ---- V, Au Tr... .. .
683-1535 ... R. Air Cand Liked .w.
TWO waltrea wanted. Air conditioned a-NT' I MY CAR .
YEAR ; cad
Haven club. Eaclln iai $2995Page
Winter Haven Floor Surfa ng lu
Salary. Apply after 4: l'r Satisfaction duarantr PULVERIZED: PEAT CY 3-3CM. ---- MAKE I MODEL $795 .
MOUTI AUTO-MATIC Dundee Read. ae" rt JBlackwclder a
L A 13-TF tBKD sowIng machine clearance PRICE ON PREMIER
WANTED: Experlencd. waltrea 318 I First St I'hone CY .-::11I1 MACHINE wkil they I.... Sewing Machine MOTORS CAR
1&011 SEWING S_______ UIMY
:M- will_train FR 3-1064. 14-TF GIRLS II" Bike. 1100. OrangeBahama Excaaag 45 th M NW 3M-$3n IllS FORD UU PLYMOUTH
MAN over 34 vacancy In NE' : Polk Necchl Supernova auta-malle ....- -) 19-H -- -- -- -- -- OF MY NT I
ounty or Auburndal tor Raw- ((6-A) Animals & Supplies leo marhme Make. bultoa hol .. S_ Air C."cI.. P.S.. P.R.. A.D:: Tvne HealerI .
4mf&W .
Priliml> A.. .. Tree.. a.clo.
dealer Full tlma prefir w w rw*
lelgh ,ewe on butean. dune all fancy aij 31)" MAdlC CHmT Haag Varyclaaa r- Lew enil.ae.l .
Will conalder amblttoue partItmirM&ny I rtttchea Sold new for $.hI II.Co.nti I I WILL PAY .ad He.t.r.
sag aoodwtoa (31.
aid to gwad S._ _
now earning moo r hour MALE: BOXER Stud Service balanc now due III MPaymewt 'atCV-3l50. 14UKUMMAOB $Ito $ I H45 I
and up Writ Rawlelgh 1 478 d fawa and white can b* arranged aa low I YOU WRITE YOUR OWN DEAll I $795
1170 Memphl. Taco. -15- c1=I, 34-TF .. $4

WAITRESS. wanted Sundown Neat and ReaUurant. de-- XIMI' PINK prof..lunal I'OODLI_SAWN.Osinpiets 294-4205 1'>Pwrltr aa* laM*. U.8i Porcelain ANY OF THE EIGHT SALESMEN AT PREMIER W eave. .
pandabl Apply at
bol.... 1:00: p.m. and 3:00m. Poodle .__rl... Phoce -.1, ton .. COMMCtCCINDUSTRY i MOTORS M WILL IS GLAD TO HELP .
,. ( 00 p.m. and 11:00 Ir.r for .ppol.tm..L OUT OF TOWNERS IA MOB -
:: ; $10 ou. I
REtUSTEKED: stole Colllr Stud CALL; COLLECT .
DINING ROOM walt,..* wanted service CY &.TPflIafterlOpm Wlckar her
Winter$ Haven Elk. Club Id.aI.or..ln all I day Sunday 16-11 LAKELAND 683-1535 Mirror oval $!.. alMs GOVERNMENT Wf WILL NOT IE UNDERSOLD! : Can Buy at a Steal. I
Call CY
and reaamabee
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condition pr-
aonlOOOam, to 1.00 p.m.. corn* LIVER and whit female Hint Dog 13-11 aaI. 1.1. I NO REASONAILE OFFER WILL IE REFUSED Save $$ I'I
NW. 15-18 Can be tried. This I la a knoll- I
Ave B. Sri St. .
ful dog and oaiv kept She u 1' QUALITY racoaditloned mess runitorma. FIRE: EXTINGUISHERS: DOW II i .." I : aI
NEEDED: HOII._ or dealer to month old and baa had el I .h..ta Not I>t'Oi>acka-ed. (V.. and ..c&. Soda add. ('01. and ; ILdf SHOP Winter Haven BUY Winter Haven BOOST Winter Hum
am gift with Tupperwar* homepartle WO 7- t7 4. 15-1 what you buy All iii... and "..... dry chemical Recharging: doa at '
*. Call aa.a061. ."' 1'71. 14-30 $1 M per ault (11 Arlana AT. your home ar ......-. Fir nlli'
Auburadal. Aeroea from Coatln.n Eatlaguiaher. Sal* Serrlr. (U7

PORTER colored Local otto prafarrad. ((7)) To Buy or Trade tal Caa "'". UTr I ink ax. NW. m-nt. aavu p E O
(H day week Apply' pereonnel : ;; M
World Hooka ka goodeoadtttoa. !
USKO soS 01 18a
office Winter Haven HoeptUl rag II $
1118 Call 211-'" after ( 00 ( Also Beige rujwan hIltenIS3a3ltut : ; : .P ? t
WE BUT used appllaace! and fur- 1 Tr 1..le
WANTED irIolle04 ..11...... allure and we .*.. .... appll- ----. -- --- 333.63ie._ -- .., Ave. A. !tW. JM-Jnt : I Isam

and cork girl Apply In person aaree aad furnltur. BROOKS MATTRESS and matching bra RDII'RTd: Tap Recorder --1 :..r ,.-.y6<""' \: ,. ,
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Teddy Bear Raataurant 1TO 4th APPUAMCES A nmNITUREaNl springe aad .Ido. mallrvu K: i r.'(eaaxieial braadraaten nv
fit W-TF I UavaadaU 81." -IF MUM for all. 3(34378. 14-W wall WO 7-8374. K-l

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3 302 Granada Road, Auburnd.le THIS WEEKS EXCELLENTTERMS IN LAKE ALFRED Trade In Your FHA Homes HHH.Y i hmmini, STATELY living: n.OAKS.. "I"i "'"

BEDROOMNEW Large family home apartment I ,lining area. 3 bdnx'm. 't.i ",",
and LARGE TWO STORY HOMEOwner Home On This "'- ha>. the lletlni M all FHA A uuil tiled bathroom" hit I t.n auh
| conditioned office SI SPECIALS I \'A kflnu-e available for .. u ...IUII. built In rofrl..I'" 01 I Ihcr ,."
BR home on corner: lot with a have gone back to low u 1100 down eee tie for detail I ..... dlapoaal I.",.. .,,1)! """".
J BR 2 Tile. Bath HOME, with ,
I Canada and want offer Big and showings call John Florida. room Th i r nruo ?"" II'
Builders model home now for Pine trees and many flowers 3 Bedroom 2 bath Ocala! I parquet floor., air conditioned, Samoa at 3S4-BS4 or nlt.. and Sun jaiku I
ill at 129 Lowell Road in beau. Living room ia paneled and has home on Lake Jessie corner lot overlooklog boauU central heating Lg living I JM710J ;:: -t Ir-'I"'i Mam. :i II'owner :,
ful lake and Ii MMlM n. wrcaeon I. 11""
n Plenty room
fireplace Income from office 8 x 30, Wall to wall
tiM Garden Grove just a half room room, Lg family room, IK utility for elms.
mile Lad of Cypress Garden.. and apartment can help pay far pet in living room stove a good place to live and double carport on Ig I A. Inmmer.
A big 4 bedroom model also this home. Owner buying lake and dishwasher goes VERY COMFORTABLE Order lot Call Allen Dowd after 6 I rv MMT Wk"nl' ,

available ai new models are front property nearby and will house Total price $22.: home Two bedrooms, nice living p.m. for appointment, 294 2402 R A6TYCO. Firma Real Estate
lease the office for 2 down payment (2.000 Terra
being constructed on Whitman years room with fireplace kiteh- 1J1SMINUTH Road
Ride by look from $143 month which 100 Cypress
outside and per
Road. Phone M, dining room bath plus a
US TrmMt Ait* UK: Phone 244207
call for appointment. Price the taxes and Insurance 0 from Wtator Haven
$15,900.00. t... the |ral' g family. S ......_. large screened front porch carport new h.HIM. antique brlek end. red. MS W. Central Av*. \', ,
i and utility room. Lot 50 x imJ i BR. i batfc Hernia' Leeks a II.... AlkerUa, CV 4.tM ---- --
\ : 4 bedroom home with Mi Mr. klbkr room
2 baths resin
) ,, t1 f with fireplace large modem late A. ........ A._. CV STKII CABIN FOR SALE: t mi'. o..tnl
\ai l iX.r+we'U REALTY EDNA blocks from town 314 Ave with nape' Urmlin and heed cabinet....r..,.. bullne flan, 135. Just right for a retiredcouple .w.mm.... pool. Located In HUM Nile, a ....I Halaee City on lk Min. .n
NE. Total price 900000. cell brat. heir let with rltree Irereerkmtl and a very desirable rvuhtvnlMU area. laps view. aroee Creek CY ** 4.(14A I'
.... 00 to Chain of U k M. CY t-IMt. HOI''8KS 1 BY F II A. MANAOBH
far Ik kiddke5IAw. neighborhood Only $700 ..
.. Polk
1MIHIIHW I. Alfred. llalne. City
$J-35M 213 2517 293 9138 128:! 6th M., NW CY 4 4141 K1IA & VA Acquired Homes terms. t'ilt Ijiko Hamilton Davenport ( ) Lots & AcreageCommercial
1420 low as $100.00 DOWN with I MUST SILL: ('onii.M, lietlna i.l all government.
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One ownnl hums 'In area manager olri
NEAR HOUMI POLK For JR. COLLEGE Sal : lea RO8BLAWN I W. 3-Bed- monthly payments i>:d1t;:;; of the nicest homes in-Lake Warehouse 4 display room with menu<,r Some aa at low I liw ae W down MOOD. and URNK pay Lot

Band Heath Lan room. i bath, built-In-kttcna. TWO GROVES IN liAR Alfred Just like new with 68 Ft on 6th Street across from J\lI'IR!: REALTOR take Alfred S-U

UaJMtlc Quality Homei For CY LCM II corner tot Jut.pick up payment, COUNTY PIT4)4)-IIi.F4U three bedrooms and bath on Haven Hotel 200 n deep 68 ITJ-IM6. -- -- .- 50 x ISO Ft. located on Ave. C.
Come by or .124. 14 JO
6180911I. 50 Acre Total of 2505 top floor lovely kitchen large ft on 5th Street and 2 blocks ALL BRICK nOMBSlledronma. : SW. Acron from Exchange

OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN Valencia 12 yrs old 1, WARREN SEtKLL. Realtor I dining room living room and from renter of town. Commercially 1 balk Florida 1..II\\ : Bank Parking lot. Wide newly

BEDROOM: hens. 3 bath I' Take bedroom up payment. CB on home a well In located Luke 2 yrs old (7, 4 yrs. old 11 .16- 'bath on main floor. Two car toned Price SO.OOO .ins.1II room K: .kitchen large with lummoua room alb paved street with alley entrance
*d porch Talk Umu IIS DAIRY RD Al'HURNDAl' : Florida and cash or $00,000 w.th terms 29%, .Inutility room leiraeao floor. sale by
Blbrt E>tati. No Qualifying D'I Alfred Payment* lees than Itttti! yr old 143. Pineapple 12 I BR "house garage, room ra rear For owner
owner "n tart Outside
M73J or CY +2761. 13-NoT -per-month. -TR J-14M. u-Nov. 11 old 483, 2 yrs old 24, 1 )'r. corner lot Newly decorated Shove screened porch on ground lee I down balance 5 Yrs at t% Int city Beautifully'. but baa' laadacaiwd city water and sewer Phone CY 13TTI After I P.M.

117, 179 Red texas Gft 12 ) a R-frl..*r tor STOiiO CY 3-U01 el floor, plus big basement, I I Contact Monty Sihocnlhalcr.SCIIUKNTHUIR rkhool boa 10 all urhsoig or Edna Watson, Realtor CY
.. BT OWNER PROUDLYWE Price $140,000 terms. --- ---- --- bath and bomb shelter Thisis 1900 DOWN -. 4141.
I Br, 1 bath large kitchen dlih I : & TO.Ph. '-
washer. loll of cabinet, eating bar crop goes with grove. a lovely home and one you SIT -
2>4 2121 or 21 W 65 _
2300 I2ti! St. NW -- --- ACRR1 W.hn.ta rep.ved
Unusual amount *tora(* and doc will be proud to own 10 01 laud 'n
:: S30,000'1 KKOBlX>RATRD: S-BBDHOOM. 1 .
:1' stet/: '1
*t>. Double carport. doubl, utility 1118Marfcord road. Can
60 acres 54 in grove mostly II betted a
room pared driveway Antique Wf will be to about -- -
\, 'land adJolalRjr
brick front overlooking Lake Jewl yrs old 7 scree of land 8 BRA 1)TIrtll. acre
thl brand new three bedroom two ': =' Uke Echo $4,080. Drive' by llCm >
like acceai Custom built forowners. Hamlin on L/R 45 acres ChO.CE; : LOCATION two baths, kitchen and HATit 'Iai .1 Lak Alfred and callOBWE TRADE IN
bath home will be. too whenyou *
Solid construction Excellent you and Dr Uk A If Ft* $11,514with ,
see It. On the outside encl. on Lift Set 96 trees dining room. Large carport : XWPBK.: REALTOR inLAKEniOiNT -
financing low down payment pun Price reduced from tUWO to low down wurmuM Prlvt ay', LAKEFRONTLOT
Term to suit you 1081 Bill- charm Warm anlque brick with the acre Approx. 5088 lit W law n of living. arm. S-BrI .. utility room. Nice corner lot rail (1KNK COOPER. KWAl.TOHm Ila "It !
more Dr. CY M263: after (:00 p.m long. white shutters double car dud bath., lam FK.: with tile high elevation A lot of hou e -IMS. t-u
weekday 1416BY port sparkling whit concretetill Fruit crop goes with ,........ 1.11. tt i At won i".nnlac ------ 90 x 170Must
roof safety designed concrete I $15000000 29% down 7 yrs IUH,'u HIM. .iaiwdr ruum. workHXV and only $15,750 stop I* wwI HOME
driveway and graae andlandacaping iai Kara**. niiKini roof. Hit CD ItOMHB sell to reliable party who
OWNER. FurnUhed 1-bedronm already In, On the Inside I balance. In_ Mkr acrota. lot led t 145Wall TWO BEDROOMS AND FLA. Low a* 147.OS month
horn. Aluminum siding on CB three large bedroom. I I'I a rrlllu .1'J.7: ('IIARI... McCOMlC. Bern Broker3S1K4I (-lit l-bedrnom. l-balh Florid.n desires to live on chain of lakes.
Large fenced lot. Carport.. mill two decorator ityled bath woman Will except offer on I Call CY ItTSt or ROOM dice corner lot in a ".ni. I. R. kitchen and dinette Call Allen Dowd for appointmrnt -
ty building Air conditioner Cell designed kitchen with cuiton Call today CY 3. itr I good location. $9500 terms. Jt-NOY II Hull! nvcn and lurfarii
brat. Sprinkler well. Very reaonabl Cabinet. Formica counter lop and grove us ..Ith-bii;; unit'I1x.I:::: imriiorte' enlral air; ,
built-In oven and large UBDROOM hum In LAIR tllirHT WTA1MSHetfroome
taas Ave L NW Near Weil- rang \ condiLunlng sad h.atlry Laat.dt
wood achooL 1-Nov 1 llvlng-dlnlng room mack or *....- CHARLIE FIELD Assoc <1 E:. oven and surface unit Chain DUPLEX Two bedrooms I Iwilu. .imlly nods. IL .eelloa on lahe 1 Eloise, Ju.toutldo
ins bar separate family room link fvnre Florida room Blectrrnd : each aide very nice with doubt sanue, ewilral Aril .' dIr city Ilmlt. Day t'Y 3-5)11 JOHN G.1 WOOD
larg, separate storage and utility =b."at fed M Jan ':like i rar 1*l drapea. dMiWMhcr SM Nlebl 4 weekend.. CY 1.1111
heat and terraaso
room car-tre* vinyl aibeito BILL GARNER Will SBm down ed lath at. NK' MHOK1 IDOrt WMY .
14 16411
'1964 MODELS MUST noon and central: heal. All this. up ":fr.ntr: Call <*Y S-US or Stoves and refrigerators Ce1I.I n __ __ __ __ Real Estate
and more. for 117600 Including TY ronlart by letterM OWNER: ;t i bcdnnmi 1 bilhi I HKRX>M hoiMe and l-bedrm
GO SAVE UP TO M largo lot In the fintit location In REALTOR D Dennis. 1711 High m I.neburn in one aide rent other $ r.ri..t l and drain.e double car house |lin downg.1 ou mnnlkU HI-2S1T or 23.933S
the Hill. of Lake filbert Cornerof Fla 14-ISi |..rt" 117 Mill 1 UI toll' Awn I "r. In food credit, LY S Mil nrUTT Evenings 2942402
15th Court and Are. E. NE' CY 39959 -- HAVE TWO LOTS toned for I?rmull,.n till :Mi ill:. 10 J IMhi Mol1T"iAI1E COHP ,or WINTER I
1000.00 Call 294-4264 and well meet you "Ie,"HIlIllIIliHIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIII": "' : "e DUPLEX $2,000 each i""H I NW' 144): HAVEN a1'r 1J-1J
there with the key or call 3M-048 : &:
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1-3 B/R. 2 Bath, A/Cond .la the vnlng for your Open admiration.Sunday eftrnonna Financing NEWLY PAINTLD I kit 2 I i $100 DOWN i Have 200 feet on main highwaytoned !

Range Oven, Dishwash. arranged Vacuum C B home cretem Double, ::r.JO: ; : commercial, ideal site
er, Drapes Carpeted LivIng Irable 1 K. location near new ( Just lilted and ready forE | for several kbids of business,
log center, walking dmtanr E :
your Inipectlon:
Room Patio Intercom !chooli Owner transferred L $5MO 10'/t; down bat 10 years SUM
System, Large Lot Furnished Home For town Payment Auume "
2 bedrooms =
raga. 1310 Seventh 81 BE!: >-*. IIAVE a 10 acre YOUNG tV'

2-3 SIR 1 Bath Ceiling The Limited BudgetThis ----. ii floors close\ to Garner = ORANGE GROVE 7 years old ....
Heat Terrazzo Floors, HOUSES FOR BA1 *: | School $10,500. E 10 mile from Lake Alfred

Range & Oven Choice LoCation la a real buy! $11,730 Ave UaJMttc J. Inwood Horni-5rrtk.n 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, HoE $16ono easy terms You'll Always Find What You Want In Winter Haven

Large Lot nicely furnished home and CY I-W08 E rlda room out from town E Have several deatrsble build.

>-3 B/R. 1 Bath Ceiling extra is the corner total lot.price'Ibe,1Ietae1corm.ta for the i ------ 11- 13500. EI log lots $1500 up. Why drive miles to ihop? Try your friendly home town merchants.

Heat, Terrazio Floors, of 2 BR, bath, living 3 BEDROOM I >rdrooms,. 1 bath, ter !
Built-In Range, Large We have all these slid .-say Keep your dollu in your hometown Help boost the economy
room, dining room, kit range floors Billmore E desirable preprrtWs
Corner Lot Fruit Trees. chen with breakfast nook 2 BATH Shores $11,500. E in more Lake very Alfred why not call, * * * * * * *

SMALL DOWN PAY and a hobby ahop There with fireplace and large 3 bedrooms 1 bath InE write or better still come by
is shallow weU for lawn Cypress
MENTS, FHA FINANCING a dining room A gracious wood school area-$ .IOO. E and let us show you the many ,
CLOSE TO irrigation. No qualifying charming home on a advantages that you would

SCHOOL. SHOPPING necessary. For additional spacious lot Reasonably 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, E have living in our little town DR. LARKIN COMPLETE
CENTERS CHURCHES. Information call: at 521.500.00 Property Is Northwest section E MM' Mode' ,. Yr n.ml.al.n" {.;: AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE"'
I tAKE ALFRED REALTY ( UI 5p..idus' fj.'
ALL OUTSTANDINGBUYS and be seen at $10,600. I New t TUNSIA'SSION'
Zella Pearson may 'R 2.16S7 f'R 2 1673 I'K 2 1471ALUN RACK and KUE asething ; OUR S'ICIALfYIILLIAIDS

IF YOU ACT I For Information on these C. DKKrR.: : Assoc o.I C..r Ale Caddl eee
Mete Tun. u. 1j:
NOW CALL TODAY LEIS BROS. properties, call the folks E JOHN W, IIINUIKSON: : Asitoc casil 1 W.rk. Gar.0hllot /
rHONI CY 1.61 U. N.clte Y..r Pe.biems
Barris.Connary Realtors at 1511 A... I. SI Cf .11" LARKIN'S UNITED

Inc. 1200 Slith Street. NW' I TOWN COUNTRY | Rr;rOe UCJI8r.l> HUM Ml lawmonthly Mike Trebwlsy. e..., TRANSMISSION SHOP MOTOR SERVICE

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; Page Twenty WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF! -WINTER HAVEN. flORIDA Ihursday, October 15,, 1964

Il Democrats Foxed GOP On False Trip By LBJ : "
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r United Pre- InlenutiMMl mimed!' the!' accusation an "non. as he is swallowing Goldwaterand Elsewhere! In Dixie:
South Carolina Democrats say ensical" his record" Chadwick Raid! Georgetown, SC.: Sen Strom
a i false!' report that Prcildent'ohniion !' Chadwick Indicated that nat In Georgia Whitney!' O'Keefe" Thurmond. I-S.C.. accused
k:71 tidy .' would \mt i their state tonal headauarten made up district Oolriwater.Miller!' camnalgn President Johnson and Sen. Hubert T
: was a plant to trap "Republl- tome falie information regard- leader said Wednesdaythat !' Humphrey of "aiding and
ran' spies" 'lag the President's speaking reports of declining!' Gold abetting the!' forces of national
Thoma hariwirk of Colum schedule "for the express purpose water strength In the South atheism" by upholding the Su
l his i Democratic campaign man of trapping Republican represented "the self Interest preme Court ruling on pravrrs
11,1. r for South Carolina said pies" opinions of one or two misleadIng in public schooll.Mark" .
tin information was "planted" South Carolina Republican and misled" governors." M....: Gold water
l IIv Democratic national headiliiartrrv Chairman J. Drake Edens announced He referred to statements!' by plied up a 10.1 margin over
in Washington Wednesday!' he had several governors at the South. President!' Johnson In a straw
DemocratnNational] Chair. learned that the President would ern Governors Conference at vote on the Mississippi Stat
man John M Bailey Raid earl. visit South Carolina Oct. E!. San Antonio Tex, that Gold- University campus
lor thin work that i worker In Eden said the!' information was water appeared to be losinp Orlando Fla.: Sen. George!' .,," .-
his office wn, paid $1.000 to deliver wired to him by the GOP national support In Dixie Smathers D.Pla., accused FORME< PUPIL President t I /hn-.5' h ,I<. I, I I .n, '\1 I,
( confidential information to committee In Washington "Not one of these! statements!' Goldwater of saying just last Margaret Dohsun m :Now (JIlt -n. I L I II'' I, I''' the/ UI1' Ii,
the Republicans GOP National "Mr Edens swallowed this contains an ounce of sub year that "our nation's space that ho \\'1h..r "..hit, sp,'nkMather. UI15 \t.t 11, r I III T., 111 1"1' I
Chairman Dean Burch din big( lie from Washington just stantiatkm" said O'Keefe effort was a waste of effort "

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.,' Full Size Ch.Ir-B'ck Bed & Frame 100% Nylon Upholstery kn

.<"" Large Drawer Chest 100/. Foam Cushions $ ;

FEATURES: 100% Foam Mattress 1463Pc. ,

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.J:; Drawers Dove-hil.d Front & Back
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Regularly $69.00

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SIMMONS "Beautyrest" Full Size

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2-Pc. Living Room $ -i' ', ,,

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8130 to 12130 PLATFORM ROCKER r ...-1.if NAT, Caldwell "
In and Foam -. ADV.
Sat. 7130 to 12:00 Nylon a
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NOW Nat, Adv. $389.00 1 1 only) NOW

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the Piano Bar During Cocktail Hour

5130 to 6:30: PM '

Stratford90Inch H I I 10-Year() Guarantee on ConstructionCOLONIAL
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Jf- 2Pc. Living Room Suite

f4tul9 SOFA .. ,
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0 Qyilt) Cmklofit C.wr $147 kH"S t. ".W" Zipper Covers $147

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