Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00206
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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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:Moitly cloudy with occasional' ihow- Winter Haven Daily, N ews-Ch Ie f riffle The Capital City Of Of 100 The Lakes W'"

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VOL 54--No. 27 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA THURSDAY, XTQBrR 29 1964 \ f f vr \.;t NtS

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North Viet Nam ShelledTOKYO Next Step

and five T28 aircraft $386,295 "ht! tit tor Polk Juni!:r .,:1,
(UPI) Communist jet planes spokesman said the report was
North Met Nam charged today of the United States coming being Investigated.) lc:. nr all}' established the

that U.S. ships shelled coastal from the direction of Lao The statement said the sec. first of the SpecialI tlmt'ailt' for its construtlcn
The report
becametht >:t>
areas of North Viet Nam and bombed and rocketed the Cha ond attack occurred 13 hours I the Winter Haven paramount pr
Gift Division in 10m faring two sets of official.
American plane bombed a Lo frontier post." later on the same day when Fund t
Hospital Building School Board
Th Polk
frontier post. "three naval craft of the Unit
It said the post was located ed States and Its agents sailing Campaign showed contribution must now move Into the new
The broadcast said the at. In Mn Quang Blnh Province from South Viet Nam, Intruded and pledges totaling $21 ."3 at phase which will bring the ".'

tacks were made Wednesday. two 1.6 miles from the Met Into the territorial water of the cording to J M Whitaker million Institution to rtalltj'!
A North Vietnamese Foreign Nam.Laos border.In Democratic Republic of (North) chairman I "'h* Winter Haven Ut\ (.am',
Another report was made In mission must take dock of 1(3(
Ministry statement broadcastby the Pentagonhad
( Washington Viet Nam, shelled coastal areasof ,
Radio Hanoi and monitoredIn no immediate comment on Quang Blnh Province and the Advance Gifts Divl'I'Jn. $ta "statement of Intent" mad

Tokyo charged' that "three the North Vietnamese charge. A subsequently fled 000 !being added this week by : earl; this ytar when It offered
the workers under the directionof the municipal golf course ai a

Sam J Tilden, chairman sitt, 'ihlh warn to open a new
The Campaign total now !elti IOU count when the count <

Nine InjuredIn Bolivian Army Fights stand at $388.295. t takts over the present ont,
The Special Gifts DivL lon hac jma.I The timetable for that If Kill

a quota of $100.000 and Whit, In fluid state, but the county]
aker urged the volustorr who 4'v board made its first movet yesterday
San Juan are canvatsing in this dlvition a moment after appro
Communist UprisingLA standard 'n Ing the Winter haven site ai the
10 maintain the high r
permanent location for the col
set in this first report .o i a* L
to complete your contact durIng loge.
School RiotingPolice contingent upon that decision
PAZ, Bolivia (UPI) Paz. These are supporters of the coming week, c It an engineering study
Arm} troops fired on a group President Paz Estenssoro. Referring to the quota he r that proves It tunable at to
used clubs, tear gas of miners early today In Sora "The streets belong to us," a said "We have a big job ahead. building foundation and drain
and shots In the air Wednesday Sora, the national radio at llu. headline said. "The people will We have accepted a rc night to break up a leftlst.ledriot anunl announced. defeat the counter.rp\utlon." biltty that must not be shirked Winter Haven city official
on Puerto Rico University'sRio First reports said 30 miners La Nation added that the there I le too much at stake have had accurate tnt boring

Pedras campus In which 9 were killed and many Injuredby combined forces of the national The Special Gift report. by made and thy have shown that
persons were Injured and 11 ar. the machine gun fire revolution had taken the San teams II" tollow.Tt.m i the terrain there la suitable for

rested. Sora Sora Is about 12 mile JON mine, described a* a focus 1. Powrll Otto captain POLK SCHOOL BOARD GETS JUNIOR COLLEGE SITE TEAM REPORT building, in most places of
Pledras from the crater of of edition. It added that armed 2. David Kidding* ,
Classes at Rio were tln-mlnlng $28SO.; Team multiple dory conatructionllo
Charles: E Chick of the 'ilttt Department of Education
suspended until Nov. 5, but Oruro 120 mile southeast of peasants and the army wereheading captain $3868 Team 3, Sum tvtr the school board
work will continue as usual at La Paz for Huanunl to enforce Portteck captain $150; Team recommend Winter Haven tract mutt under the terms of Its

the university's branches In The clash at Sora Sora was order. 4. Arnold Silvert. captain. IJ50 vole yesterday, have engineerIng
Mayaguez and Humacao. the latest Incident In a week of ----- -- Team 5, Owen. Bittttt captain approval before the *lld.<

The rioting started when violence between supportersand $750; Team S J. W McKay, cap Winter Havenites See College citton becomes final

about 60 student supporting the ,Communist backed oppo. Four Awarded tarn $400; Team I. C W Smith, Chairman Austin Rice raid
small Independence Movement nents of Pre.ldent1ctor Pas captain IliTS Team 7 James that In all probability an tr,

(MPI) staged -sit-down dem. Cstenssoro.. At least 14 persona W Gray, Jr captain no report Another To GrowthThere /Uttering contract will be (Impltt.d
The dem. had been killed In earlier Impetus the
onctration on camput. ; Team 9, Jack Pities cap at nest meetlni of
onstratlon Into vio. clashes. Hit board.Meanwhile.
Nobel Prizes lain $60.; Tram 10 Carl Slrang,
lence imolvlng several hundred The radio station at HuanurJ captain $1100 lire two main, currents lilt Kill, steel ?.11 III < IIOHIalv KIM met cih rummliilOHer prtllmlnarv
persons. aid the shooting at Sora Sora of opinion today concernnngPoik wash'" the IC'h'NIINrarj i| ind. ,the Tom Turnbull. who Wit one of plan for the campus must be
Team II, Thomas Costellocaptain .
The rioters toned police, took place when the army triedto STOCKHOLM Sweden (UPI) Jwloi College.School Junior' i ,,11.g. nail' at all tlmts." the majoi I driving force IwMndth undertaken. Board member
overturned and burned one po. atop the miner march on -Tht 1964 Nobel Prise tor Moo; Team 12 Joe afflclala all dad the There -111 mxImiMwIlv lie proh- offei of the golf course to Wendell Watson recommended
lice car and smashed vending Orurtf. physics was awarded jointly". Brandon captain MM: Team alta question I I. aett.... Inns, lint I'm am 'iiitt they! canto the school l l hard lam that. h*, at I ytrday's meeting thai
machine. and bulletin boards In It said the miners were un. day to Prof. Charles Town** of 13. Lea Hood captain! $WO; Winter Haveiii'* are glatlt' I r on..l out." *an, i* delighted It I.I coming B r II ton Bright Lakeland
the university library. able to recover the bodies of the WasMchueetta Institute of Team 14, Warren Stckle. cap going tote.he, e. *.*were agreed. these! polni..i out thai thorn her*. arrtlteet be authorized) to make
Jaime Benltez president of their dead or attend the wound\ Technology and to twO tuianscientists. lain, no report; Team IS. Carl that it will pi ovidMcftMendau* are five major building protect "I think (hit the city wouldbev preliminary sketches However ,

the university blamed the violence ed. The radio called for doctor, ton Dorr captain no report, Impetus to the ttrowtieltMc. "wi- In Winter Haven tt title time, t..... farther along with al the advice of supt. htl-
on "professional political nurses, ambulances and Red The Russians art NikolaiBao and Team 18. Clifton HowtU. munuy and this will (Ilk. a lot of WOI k. Id*)* on a new golf court It ly Boon, ht will discus the
agitators" It was not certain Cross workers to help. \ and Prof. Alek a derProkherov. captain.. $100 Miicellantou Dr. r'ie
Immediately whether all of the In La Paz, the government The winners were gifts were! $190 making the total of the college w.w arrived lush* golf cow**, la enlarge the board had been willing to go Colt of Lakeland, who I le chair

arrested rioter were bona fide declared that "aubveralon Is on chosen by a tote of the SWed. for Special Gifts (21.225 thick of the controveratjy U4 hospital, I I. building I hw police along with the first survey," man of the Junior College Ad-
(tudents. the march." Ish Academy of Science. The next report meeting It January hut has ramalaad above and fire station n tot Ming, Turnbull sell, vlaory Commltttt Doont laid
Coy Luis Munos Marin ap. Classes were suspended In all The 1964 Nobel Prize for scheduled for Wednesday Nov It a* he set t taM bmWaag the i I' planning a new ball park, the "A Junior college In this area title eommlttttha. already'don

parently linked the outbreak school, and the official radio Chemistry today was awarded 4 at 12 1 15 in the Haven Hotel matitulion acailpiMiilly, peel new Citrus gh,,wca"* la alto be. will mean a great deal tn Whv some preliminary etudy on the

with MPI efforts to organize a called for a meeting of mem. to Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin, -- conceniu <* AsaMHalata' reaction tag built (Continued: 0l; "Page e, Col. I) types of building which should
boyott, of the polls Tuesday bens of the government' N. Uolfson research professor of to )ttnN4rv3ae<<4 when Island residents elect a tlonallat Revolutionary move. the Royal Society at Oxford the achool txitrd. Campus complex
governor and other local officials. ment (MNR) In La Paz this at. University, England.Townea Army County School SarlatKlent. Junior College Student Poll While preliminary work maybe
ternoon. will receive half the Shelley Boooe, whoa temperature carried on during the next
-------- Scattered shooting was heard $52,500 price money. The two rote on some oecaaion several month, firm com
throughout the night In the out. Ruaslana will share the other luring the long months ol indecision mitmtnia cannot be made without
Kremlin Seen skirts of La Paz. But else. half. Elects DelgadoEloy << echoed Dr. Ltnftiluv't Goes For Goldwater Burns fund, and these await (ht

where, the streets were quiet Towneti 49, Is provost of MIT. feeling when he Mid "I JM, Florldll.I.lalure.
March Of Liberty" He I I. the inventor of the placed the lu has been But The legislature mtttt la

University students and mln. "Maur." a set otlnltlall.tandoIII D.II.doICf! chair tied Personally. my otjjtrtivo It t the! politic, al irntlmrnti of Of the tots, number"' Mf January, and must approprt
Courting MaoMOSCOW era continued preparations for for "Microwave Amplifies man of the Winder Haven' Salvation was and still tohavethetxnt i Pull! Junior r',dirge tudenls were Democrat and n RV alt construction fund for the
their scheduled "march of lib.erty" Army board of dirtc- facility poaalbte for l-olk County. ,
lion Stimulated Emission ofRadlaltoA. .
by ." art any Indication of the political publicists Johnson got 144 college. iti previous approprt
In La Paz this afternoon. elected president
." ton was votes and OoMwder 11 atlon being for
climate 'n Polk County, only operation
(t'P1)) Polish Observer feared this would Townea conceived the Idea In yesterday at the annual luncheon County School Board Chat r' then Berry Goldwatrr shouldcarry When" asked If they were votIng on a temporary site Even *Rtf ,
men Aastta T. Hae Jr. who
end In more violence. 1951.!! A aimllar .,occurred meeting/ held at the Park ,
leader for their.
Communist Uladyslaw
or they the
Plans for the march went llvea IK WkMer Haven, said that the county in nuI Tueedty'e art
Comulka's call for better MOle ahead after failure of efforts to the two Jtui phyclciata Rtatauraol. W. he was very happy with tbeolu election over i'resldrnlLye'km / against has opponent 111. tW ..... do not become available

,ow Peking relation was mediate the differences between shortly afterward. Delgado succeeds C lion, "I think moet people art" Johneond i guber- they were for their man while until tile fl*..l ytar next July,
Other scientist have creditedthe bat
,lewed here today a* a sign the government and Its foes by Maser with revolutionizing (Dub) Palmore, he **ld. "I think it will I h. abeantlM nat*>rlt candidate Iliydon 110 were simply. voting against( although commitment can be
that the new Kremlin leaders served ai chairman for tht .." the'" other Made the
tl ai toon
the most Rev Andre Kennedy radio and phytlcs more than Burn will achieve narrow at county
will adopt a more tactful ap. bishop of La Paz. Bishop Ken. any development since the dt*. past year WIMer Haven Mayor Hughe victory ever his Rrp.. Mt *n More than half of th student I I. l'rt..1h.. fund will be

pro *! h toward Communist nedy was the man who ucce*.. covtry of microwave. The Rev James Btrnrtt ieele Mid thai this is "l"nf oeg ai 'Bt Charles R. IWIey.Thaa *, 14$. Mid (that they forthcoming.

China. fully negotiated the freedom of The Water's optical cousin lathe was elected vice chairmen overdue for Winter Havtn. Tht were ''hr reeuR of a woulrf prefer another cmM. The Winter Haven city Com

a number of American held Laser (Light Amplification succeed Delgado. and Catty strew .*.. taken yeeterdaf by data The** named were, Gee mltelon alto has t timetable

(Reports from Peking said. hostage by dissident miners by Stimulated Emtaaion of Radiation Driver wa named treasurerto the sew Undent 0er mfltAisodttlon neorg Wallar. II. Henry to mat. Involving its replace

that Chinese En-Iil Communist believes Preml.er rela. earlier this year In another duo ), a beam of light that auceeed C. W. Weber Voters LeagueTo at the" college. ribot .Lodge, IS Richard meat for the golf course, It
lions will Improve because of putt with the government.The doe not spread out, a beam of Mrs Evelya Tedder was Voting In th. election wer Ninon. nine George Romney, eta do little but eipior the

the ouster of Mklta' 8. Khriish. official newspaper La light without distortion. reelected secretary Provide no male students and faculty four William Scranton. see possibilities until the engineertail
chin the bitter toe of China's Naelon said 10,000 national mil. A laser beam could for es> member of the board Members
militant policies. The reports Itlamen were mobilized in La (Continued Oo Page *. tot 7; were Six retterted and two new Election Aid 'which It about, the ratio of Knnody, one t,.roy < ollmi the *!(t'. ,I'-cltion be" mca dtfInlt <

came from Japanese Socialist members were sensed all for The League of Women Volertof men and women, at the college nor Adlal, Stevenson four ..

who met with Chou Monday.) Halloween Carnival SlatedAt three.year term Polk County on Friday will i iBy (c uotinufd uo Page I. Cot; lmunlcl )> -m iiuotinu.-.lOa Page- I. '.ol; 2))

They are' MM. Tedder.Mra have two election lnforn>*ii
Diplomat said that with A. 0. Htoaeek. Weber booth in Winter. Haven.
Khrushchev out of the way, the Fauari. Otis Porter They will be heM at the Pub- I

So lets now art likely to makea Brigham School Saturday and Andrew C C Ryan.The lu Market, one at North Cat Campaign Draws Closer To Wire

more sincere effort to health new .'..1Itr. are Andrew bed on* at Vxaihetat Plaaa. trim
breach with Peking. But 10 a.m. to | p.m.
Olen HKk
they stressed that the differ which Ireland A* It hem done aa every general ftkletiltowardeter..
Brigham Elementary School' prepare a turkey dinner WhtftJ cMMdr baited, Press brterMkffeMlreaHent party newspaper "The moving i
ence between the two Commo. 25th annual Halloween Carnival will! be served In tit ufeter"rrom Cap Wtattaai .... election since 1141, the Laagwwtll oMaoa aaal see Worker' aad amid that. "I sal dam....lien."
Dial giant remain too great to will under at I n.Satwrtfay S till S f.m. of the local wart .bate for free dtatrttMioa Barry M. (x>i'i''ar drew da*. ''oa', en.t .heard a Deatocratle Ooawai' mail. has 'om.
permit easy or early sett!.. get at tilt way achoal play.p. Peed .bo*** a tfce midway >Md prettMlMr plaat for the .../... glvlag utjormaiioacboutMM ar to Mat wit today wtth com.aMtatoai nrti'iat* yat **r a* ....'. menus on .u.ma. .inm. W tdne..
mint ChrMtaiM PwJeeM. Prtiey aanailajiinla te the else con dIt in. Oolitee* Wl*. a ClmIII .
growvl. will be seat* II 0 t dogs. aaav a pr limos< to chair want the Coa aianla< patty y ,
There will be tot tan* teUtog. heelers, coke* coffee, ..w. help the Sah>a which will be masmedagaia the ballot Nov I. Thee leaflets rues iknaoa'a. remarks were in* uis" 00... J aph I', M"< ar.
basketball throwing, archery earn, poacora, cashed apple
Jaycee Caucus darts rtog .... flah popd grab and bakery good*** from 1 IK ibis rear by vartou secvice Nana tell the voter how to vow, Jtcmaon u. : be had ratMvad mit in th* prepare teat of a toy n., ie irMlciMd tn.- mu
bag balloon*, a cotnttry 're. I p.m aid fraternal ocgaatt .M provide urferaMttoa width a tMtoatg* iii, ttr. let Premier tpe rh today to sal lAke c ity, lion'i preen, .*...(nc their rf

Slated HereThe chtMreaoantca, ......n. Doug Mnalagaamry will pro. trim in Ike area thin Uegit h4l*.e. wall heap Ale.*4 fcM>n<. Mylnf HW MM.atoM where h* aaiofc* after campaign.in echoing rile Communist line
OM oar to auke hta ....*. want p*>c*. MMtaeatay in Southern aiIfornia carried m the Worker.In .
and a ahoottof gallery. vide musk tar ds Ing. with a
Haven before fjvMg to MM a41a, and brt Tm. Chief f Kae tl** tie.rrtbed I later today the Pr.*U referring lo the' ommiu
Winter Jsyeee.w.I New thl* will be thepaJMtiptttar coe.ltt Mated. at 4 o'clock. HUT SHIPMENT
year *.a.fint n with a simple bat Metro Cx uwatr aald n* was
II. a tiartentog re. "" ,,,> >i) 11551 eat, stopping
be host at >(lit Dietrtct U .adWIe..At shim Competent jstfgM wtU glee Dally .srUa M<4 (a* bt) ..
lot M whal oraaw (heamsailrnent -. H. aaMtd Mt "we.virit wit bile, Kan., before gory not accusing any Dmo rat of
Sunday at the Jayce booth will be aM topatot prizes tar the boa consist.Th In
i aucua pa frees tine Frail and VtftteMeBy will an the But h said "1 am
aetear ... not ; *4e the to Philadelphia a apeech 10. being on* ,
Hal.... Caratoal lithe
:.ubhous Marta at 2 p m. tt\etr ewe pletarea by Mop DMsIM
beUoI. denger fll ,,nmuaUai hat getting a leak Uk and tired of
All local Jyee are Invited pig daha ef patot to the machine enty rewi-ralaaag protect tf tile rail T.414 grapelrwl 2.M .. .. nlgM .. ,
Member of the .W be neither ehou. we Mdataie the Saying thai Koaygln'a their not tonounatng this part
te attend Pretidmg ever the while at swirls arotavlaaif tormathettkene year for te Brlfkeai PT A.TII** orange; ay boat I.U5 graperwW. .....e.d at the l satha by mate danger I"II, the wort If n*. sage wen In reply to slim ''r<>mth -the Communist: group-not*]is.
dt tawaer theItateraaaB
meeting will be Oietnct U **. rear carNal la ( by track MJO grape her frf Gl-1 I core Jwrtor Troop dee P<1"" "'r ,I unleMhed. aadluward ,. '* hl' It......, Johnson l t.. nosing' their backing..J don't
Th dell lid .... ... will tt W..Mf'
\ ,iee pr sKent Edntaod Massy fret aTM w.*.*.. IT taaferlae M, urbelm (Iris in 'he I'rot w. do 11<. e p eM.." 1.1I"'S in the, Sap lake I'Vp want any CaflMMmUl working
of Birtow be heM to Raw p,. with artoeaotofto with room Mr monitor* C. M. Musts De. Oem aad *. 1JM Mwratta, Mai 44.4M .- throih si.th' rrcS'. ehn ere cuPtwar., re (.OP asinine. ... .r lhal
Dinner will be aerved at ( lopeetrlti.To .. dIItI'Mr. grae. rMt 24.M *.*..*. werk.r"t '"r .t. r ,Ar'I''i'11An.Ip was 'u' I eith a feftIIIId went 4':. '.ort U. ",* *, I"' n.
..,. MIl tlfleajohttoathere c-.orw. Wood carnival irvTodny
), 10 KnUrtiamment win be big mother rtutraua. 17 taavgeraie. 1 1.2M mureatu Badge hire rrert Carrier tor 1M I l'.m""rNnr, ......... ton H* MId America aiM 'he COP nominee setout
wfll dark witehe
presided( b)' a local muMcal be a "[ ., small for a sbtppMg total of 73JM V',," I .rvl' e rtMirman, 10 spew ",r .galat a Coannx. work 't'. guide he Inevitable on a whUtlMiop tour from
"Th had tnclintloc
with Thing" JODe.
group J-,tf'e J D Pope and cavern SfoiA, *vU4eoku witehe and bozos 1* in rharife lOt M l"0)ert. slat pert w" 10 "...... misuses 'tial U. ahead" MarrtanUl, ,, P*., to Pittsburgh.In .
t.j band aluaNe door prizes log 41 prizes.ror all invited 't mural rpon reriuiu. : prepared far dell'
lltfec .ar, scary eharacie/r, >*
the x>*ecwiv
w_, be (tier to torn )luck:) Mrs lx.nse Parrish Oieti'tan> '" rn\ ',.. froijr aixi run ""<:11' fruit 13 IllS oraaget ftr a < Haven r r i Ti lor < .e! 4'.r r||..! .h. tll' 'taj4't"ye lassie( el.1 -wistowa tt* saw h*
're" sot \\ift\ro- vftr will ',aver sail here tots, A \I'll ZU Moes V .1.. 4 .,14 I' 7'e n I" "'.. ( 'in. QI' ." I '. "10 jnticu'' i On Pap .. coL 1)

Thursday, October 29. 1964

Scout Lake Alfred To I MississippiPoll Annual Citrus Buck Poole

Have Halloween Business Meet

Troop Attends Parade TodayA Tax Law Slated Nov. 9 Heads Sales In

An evaluation of markets forseler'te
Halloween parade at 4:30
1 citrus -products
p.m. today In Lake Alfred with be reported during the Florida FordS
grade children In Daniels
Struck DownJACKSON Citrus Commission's first an
Encampment colorful costumes, will precede nasal Citrus Business Conference
a pancake supper at the school 9 and Poole has .
ttludi: I is scheduled Nov. S. (Buck) bo
Iioquois lot Scout Troop 122, starting at 5:30. Miss. (UPI) A 10 in: lakeland appointed Sales Manager!: "
The general public Is invited,
sponsored ty> the First Baptist rnntro\ersial Mississippi law Tin: report will be made by Daniels Ford Sales Compan
Church took part In the eighth and donation are $1 for adults ';MrA } requiring an "unpaid" poll tax Dr CHilI Wllhelmy Jr., of Btti in Auburndale, according!: i
and 50 cents for all under 12. 4 re"f Ipt to vote In federal elec.
annual ROil Allen Encampment Uo MI n in: lal Institut ,Colum- announcement made today h
at Silver Springs last weekend. Executive committee of the Hone was struck down Wednes. t:"s (th"' : head of the agrlcul- Jr.
Daniels ,
PTA making arrangements are Dexter manager
The troop Is now one of the day by a three.judge federal ti al arid, loud economics section
Mrs. Kenneth Jackson Mrs. Poole was formerly employed
most regular participant with r f I''',?i lustl lute's Department
six years to Its credit. Richard Brumbaugh, Miss Toni The judges declared the slat and Information Re by Dexter Daniels Sr
E ":n:'"n 1 ors
The highlight of the outing was Watkins and Ralph Kuenzll. ute "unconstitutional and void sear' h. His work at Batt.lI.hasbe..n as a salesman for 20 years in
a lone visit by Rots Allen with on Its face In Its entirety." : concerned with fertilizers, Childs-Daniels Company in

the troop and the presentation of The legislature passed the feeds, insecticides, drying oils, Winter Haven.
a canoe paddle to him as a sift TECO Installs -- --- law following the adoption of a -- -- poultry products, food prod- Poole Is active In civic crganizatit

of appreciation. A canoe trip In ALLEN IS GIVEN PADDLE Presenting a handmadepadffle new amendment to the ConstL. DR. ODIN WILHELMY ucts and farm supply markets. 's In both local com
the future with Allen Is In the Radio SystemAt to Ross Allen of the Ross Allen Lncampment: at Silver Springsare tutlon outlawing the payment of The report which Dr. Wil- munities. He Is married and "
planning stage. Ernie Harben and Danny Bazemore of Winter Haven Boy poll tax as a requirement for helmy Is to make Is one of the father of two children
The troop was presented a ribbon Facilities Scout Troop 122 voting for federal officeholders Prelates Ask 24 which will be made duringthe Lancy and Steve.
at the main council fire for Poll taxes still are a require. here.
two-day conference Pooles make their horr.
Its camping area and display of Tampa Electric Company now ment to vote In Mississippi For Review Of Admission Is free and the pub- at The 517 Arneson Ave., Auburn
skill. has an emergency radio system lic Is Invited.
Skills were displayed In the being Installed to Insure communications 45,974 Students Are Atty. Gen. Joe Patterson said Birth ControlVATICAN dale.
achievement area with paddle. between 11 vital the ruling "simply says you PORTLAND. Ore making and canoe.building dem company facilities during any cannot require voters to go to The Rev. Dr. J, Lester Harnlsh, KAdALSSI''*;
onstrated by the boys. The local failure of the microwave system the sheriffs office and get a CITY (UPI-Three pastor of the First Baptist CO.\CI.R,1S I'OI'E
troop, under the leadership of and regular telephone ser- poll lax receipt marked 'un Roman Catholic prelates called Church here and President of NEW YORK i UPI Tin:
In Junior Colleges paid'." today for a total review of the -
Bill\ Harben, has displayed this the American Baptist Rev. Edler O Hawkins fli "
type of skill for many years. vice.When completed, troubl dispatchers "All clerks have been notified church's ban on artificial birth has Issued a "Call to Pray. Negro to be elected to the hi_ i
accordingly he said. lie said control and its views of mar. the
visited the and Repentance" .
Many troops unique will have an ra- er est office of a predominant] -
camp area to view and ask questions company communications line TALLAHASSEE (UPI) En. part-time college level studentsis the ruling would have no other rled love. churches and Individual members white American church bed(
about the large teepees they can count on to stay openno rollment In Florida's 29 Junior more than three times the effect on the Nov. 3 election, Leo J. Cardinal Suenens, primate of the A.B C for the period recently returned to the Unit <:
used a tentage and to inquire matter how hard hurricane colleges continues to increase freshman enrollment In the and that no appeal was of Belgium and a leaderof of Nov 1-6 States after a seven-week t u. .
about the paddles and canoes. winds blow, according to Hey- rapidly, Stale School Supt. state-supported colleges and unl. planned.The council liberals, told the "In light of world conditions, of the Middle East and Eui:,.."
Scouts attending were Jay wood Turner, manager of Systems Thomas D. Bailey reported versitles. The 43,974 studentsIn state law, passed this gathering It must "avoid a new the presidential campaign racial In Rome he had a 20-mli. .',
Lock, Fred Mann, Ernie Harben, Operations and Communi Thursday. college credit courses In the year was viewed as an effort Galileo case. One Is enough In strife and the spiritual private audience with Pope Pa
Bob Ezell, Hugh and John Hem- cation. Bailey said opening enrollment two.year colleges Is a shade to hold down voting by Ne. history. LM us not be afraid." needs of our American Baptist VI. ?

ons, Mike Driver, Mark Cooney, The new network Is Intendedto figures show a fall enrollment more than the total estimated groes. family. I hereby call the Con Tie Rev. Hawkins Is mod, .
Bryan King Steve and Randy provide back-up protectionfor of 43,074: students in college college enrollment of 45,000 Instate Two separate ballots will be Suenens' comments opened vention churches and Individual ator of the 176th United Pn I '
McCarty, Wynn Ostrander, Pete the microwave system. The credit courses and 13,497 In universities. used In the Nov. 3 election In debate on the fourth chapter of members at home and
byterlan General Assembly .1> d
and Steve Howard,Jimmy Ayres, microwave chain links Tampa adult vocational technical cour. Largest enrollment, 12,333, Mississippi, one for the federal a document dealing with the overseas to a period of prayer of the St Augur):
Dan Bazemore, Herble Daugh Electric's operations centers see This gives a total enroll > offices and the other for state role of the church In the mod. and repentance" Dr Harnish pastor Presbyterian church here : o
erty, and Guy Drantley. and division offices, but becausethe ment of 59,226 students was listed In Miami Dade offices Only those registered ern world. nld
Scout leaders attending were sensitive microwave Is vulnerable Some students are enrolled In Junior College It also has the who have paid poll taxes will
"Pick" Plemons, Jesse Basemen to high winds, company both credit and vocational court largest freshman class, 5,500 receive the state ballot
Ivan King, Ray Cooney, officials decided to reinforceit ses and were deducted from the students. Next largest are Es. Elsewhere:
Earl Mann andHallleOstrander.Negro with the new short.wav.sys- total enrollment figure cambia at Pensacola 8,794 and Washington: Leroy Collins,
head of the Community Rela. PEDRO GRANTHAM'S SPECIAL FEATURE *
tem, operating on 75 megacycles This year's fall enrollment Is Plnellas at St. Petersburg
an Increase of 9,173 students, 6,239 students. lions Service, said Wednesday a
KilledIn Operators will be able to keepa 18.33 per cent ahead of last The smallest junior college is victory for President Johnson J S/fjjjft U.S.D.A. CHOICE STANDING J

Fracas With running tally on the amountof fall. Enrollment will continue to Jackson at Marianna, a Negro next Tuesday would commit the
storm damage to the transmission Increase, Bailey said, as stu. institution, which has but 80 nation to support civil rights.
White Waitress system, thus enabling dents regtsterfor second semester students Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Two Ala. xTA' WNTOs. mnyflrm *
courses.And Other enrollments include bama National Guardsmen, sen.
work crews to locate and repair f 9 >f
14 of the colleges are on Gulf Coast at Panama tenced to two years In prison
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (UPI) downed power lines and City 1,028;
-A young Negro was shot and poles and restore customer year.round schedules so there Brevard 3,422, Broward 3,268, for setting off explosives near ., ..
killed by a white man In an all- service more quickly. will be a third semester enroll Lake-Sumter 593, Manatee 1,. the Integrated University of ROAST *
night restaurant here early to. The new network raises to ment for them. 942, Central Florida at Orala Alabama last year, were placedon ,

day' after the Negro allegedly five the total number of Com Part of the Increase reflects 1,301, Okaloosa-Walton 616, St. probation Wednesday. '' ,J lb.
cursed a white waitress and pany communications systems the opening of two new Junior Johns River at Palatka 1.GG5 Magnolia, Miss: Pike Count y f Oven Ready! #
threw a sugar bowl at her. available. Tampa Electric uses colleges, Okalooea Walton with and Daytona Beach 3,930. Sheriff R. R. Warren gave no ? O
Charles Morrow, 22, was shot three other shortwave frequencies 616 students and Polk with 1,116. ----- explanation Wednesday for re. FINER FLAVOR FROM THE LAND OF CORN
leasing 13 Negroes and whites
once in the back with a .38 cal in outlying divisions. Both opened with higher stu.
dent bodies than expected. arrested at the courthouse on
revolver. He staggered
iber Statewide freshman enroll Speakers Set trespassing charges, Release of
across the street from the res. t
ment of 27,408 full-time and the group, mostly civil rights
taurant and fell dead on the Two For NovemberAt workers, ended their plan to re.

sidewalk.The restaurant. Is the Krystal. CouplesDie Drive-In segregation main In jail to policies protest In alleged this BtCM N @
In Crash
Amos Jones, 84.year-old re. Rollins College southwest Mississippi County. ( 5Od

tired railroad worker, was ar. Speakers\ at the Winter Haven Richmond, Va.i A federal
rested and charged with mur. BOWLING GREEN, Ky. curl; Drive.Iq Chtirct).jjluJngNqvtmttier .hearing was scheduled today on
der. -Two mltldle.agejl couples,both were aiinoiuwfe.Jpday. a motion to strike down virgl.
City homicide dete tlve' Joe of' whom had ijved In Florida, Gets $$1 Million SeivKe; whtfU.Are noa-dqsi, Jill's.aitt-mlxed marriage laws,
Hannah said the Waitress told wdre killed late Wednesday In nominattonal, arrnei'i! l earhStlal ?1 Attorneys for Mr. and Mrs.
officers Morrow came Into the a two.car collision\ on U.S. 31.W !morning at 8:30: rain or Richard Perry Loving asked for BRAND BUXS CHOICE MEATS
restaurant, I located on the six miles south of here WINTER PARK (tPI! )-Kol. shine Coffee doughnuts and a temporary restraining order
fringe of a Negro neighborhood, Warren County Coroner J. C. line College got $1 million We>|. milk are served free following prohibiting enforcement of the Delicious Chewy KRAFT
and said: Kirby Identified the victims as nesda to establish a school the service. George Flack Jr., laws.

"Hay, baby"doll, how about a Carl Voll, 61, and his wife, finance and business administration. who Is general chairman, Is In Caramels . . ;i,4: 39c., U.S.D.A. CHOICE
cup of coffee 60 both of Louisville .
Mary, charge of all arrangements.The .
She said she told the Negro Ky., and George McLaughlin, College President Hugh F. facilities ate provided Nescafe (limit II J

her name wasn't "baby doll" 69, and his wife, Audrey, 65, McKean said the money was a without charge by the manage. Church SetsHomecoMing Instant Coffee .V 89c'' Sirloin or Round
and asked him to leave. Plymouth, Ind. The McLaugh. gift! from Roy E. Crummer, a ment of the lIavendale Drive-1n .
She said he began cursing her line also had lived at Dalian prominent businessman mod former Theater, owned bj Carl Floyd 'Indian Summer Sweet
and she threw a hot cup of cof. dale, f la., documents found In resilient, of Winter Park and managed by Ted Frelwald. '
fee on him He then threw a the wreck Indicated. The new school wll be called Preston Duncanson Is the pre. Apple Cider2. ,.,. 45c
sugar bowl at her, she said, Both cars bore Florida license the Roy E, Crummnr School of siding, layrnan for November. Steak
and started crawling across the plates. Finance awl Business Administration Speakers will be: Nov. 1, Lt.
counter toward her. A wrecker was required to and will train "leadersIn Jean Couch Salvation Arms assistant The Eloise Chun of God will 99C
Jones told officers he then extricate the Volls' bodies from business and finance grantIng Nov. 8, Dr. John Cook hold Its annual Homecoming on BETTY CROCKER
shot Morrow to protect the their telescoped automobile, them the roaster 01 bactieloi of the Florida Southern College Sunday, It was announced today FULL
waitress -------- "'s UOWM; In business lwt- religion department, Nov. l*>, by the Rev. W. E. Wright pas- Cake Mixes '
The Krystal and other res. nlstratlon," McKean said. the Rev. Rodney Johnson, asso tor, who Issued a cordial invitation 3 890 CUTS lb.
taurants here were desegregat.ed SHOP IN WINTER HA\EN The new school is scheduledto elate pastor of hey mer Meinoi. to everyone to attend. GelJ.n.,. Choeolit., Pks
about a year aro. open In September of 1965 pal Methodist Church; Nov. 22, The church service will be at Whit and other
and will be housed In a $700,- Dr. John J. Rocks, of Lake. 11 a.m. and the speaker will be ,', .
000 InilliJIng.MtKean land, Methodist District superlntendont the Rev. Woodroe Thomas of "

said the Crummer ; Nov. 39 the Christian Lakeland. Choice Lean Fresh Ground
gift! will also provide $300,000 Business Men's chapter of Winter Dinner will follow, and In the Delicious Fruit Blend (limit 31)

endowment for the school Haven, of which Dr. Robert afternoon there will be a sing Hawaiian Punch 3 ; 89c BEEF ... .. .. .. .. 2 ,lbiHo 99c
Smith Is president.. from 2 to 4 o'clock. /; :
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poENT Estate Left don't know If 'It'i .bows kn wife w.lli.d out on him, orhn .,. Tasty .

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of $.r,55,000 has been left l\I> TODAY Fresh Fish. Oysters Shrimp, Crabmeat

Robert Van 24. an heir to the Singe Sewing SATURDAYOnceInalifetime 5 bag 39" s" + s Liver Veal Sweet Breads and
Machine and Clark Threat, Co. :: other top quality main entree Items.
for one, who died here Oct 4. L Experience!!
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HA VEN'SNU'ABER I; Court The cause of '; *, Borden'i Assorted Flavors First Cut Western

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[The Weafher-Local/ And Nationa/l/|r Singer RecoversROME Hospital Fund To Be Aided By SingersLocal Tiled Clary Men u to who musical Join like: the to director sing group are 1't[in' t Ii.

Italy (UPI) Boris Monday evening Clary says that
Chrtsloff, 45, Bulfarlan-born barbershop harmony and Sixth St.. NE, at 7:30: officers to serve the remainder the chorus particularly n"PII'.,
opera basso, underwent!' brain singer, woo will start deleting< ,. of the yearElected more tenors leads, barltoi<
surgery Wednesday. Doctors regular weekly meeting Monday This chance was annum > were: Irwin Wells, and basses New music will t b,
said the!' operation! wa* success evenings, will hold a benefit members of the new chapter I president; AI Andersen, vie given each member at the next
fail and that Chrtetoff will be show with proceed going to theWinter the City RecreationDepartoAl president; Harold Moody, vie meeting.
able to resume singing shortly Haven Mortal Building last Monday's met'u president; Or, itch Berry, sec
g4 t.... Fund, It wa announced today members voted to apply rail ,. retary; Frank Brown, treasurer; HI .sI fIIHI."TI n.S
C h r I 1st t o f f performed The date for the benefit show license to operate as a rholj'I'| i and directors, BUI Buck, Casey NEW YORK 'UPI> Ihfi.
4/4.. ; I 1 J1 F1'y throughout Europe and the Unit. has not been set yet of the Society tor the Preset -,a Jones and Cline Clary. are about SO million Christian[ '
ed States His twst.known, part Starting next Honda, the local Uon and Encouragement of I. n The new chapter chorus,which In the soviet Union -- about
Is the title rail] In Moussoit. singer will meet weekly at the ber Shop Quartet Slngln, ulll l be known as the Cypreasanleos one-fifth of the population
,F41t Ik)'. 'Boils i.n '1111 ox." Notary Park utlllng atve t' America, Inc ant I also ,'I i,,., i i Chorus, appointed says the Catholic Digest

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for the central Midwest and In Montana and Minnesota. The rest of the nation will have clear
skies. It will be cooler In North and South Dakota and In the New England States. 1

Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK TemperaturesBy

Mostly cloudy through to
Panhandle morrow with showers today United Press International
Partly cloudy and mild today tonight and Friday High today
and Friday High today near 80 Low tonight In the
75 to 80, low tonight 54 to 60 60's Northeasterly winds 10 to Low High
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Albuquerque 51 13
Easterly winds S to 18 miles 20 miles per hour today, be. Atlanta 54 15
per hour. coming northerly Friday, Birmingham 52 14 '
Northwest Boston 52 15 -year replacement guarantee
Partly cloudy today with s Chicago 48 6'1Cl.v.land
few local showers Friday i
mostly fair High today .around Bryant Seeks Denver 43 50 14 6'1 e
80 low tonight mid-SO's. Northeasterly Detroit 43 10 15.00
winds 10 to 15 miles Jacksonville 63 7'1 l 4 1

per Hour Kansas City 48 '73
Northeast Budget AdviceTALLAHASSEE Los Angeles 61 17 .
Considerable cloudiness l i Miami 72 7a luxury blend of 70% rayon, 20V. cotton, ))0 /.
through Friday with some Miami Beach '72 n virgin Aerilon acrylic with 6" nylon binding guaranteed
showers today and tonight. GovernorFar Twin CIties 30 54 for the life of the blanket' Convertible
Hig,*) today 78 to 82, low tonightIn n Is Bryant has told the Pro New Orleans 58 '78 map-fit corneri Our guarantee, 'State Pride'
the 60's Northeasterlywinds perty Owners League he would New York 55 74 electric blanket free if any claim for defects of
10 to 15 miles per hour welcome advice and recommendations Orlando 68 81 control or shell Bonus dull proof claret boil
today, becoming northerly Friday on appointments If Polk Philadelphia 48 '73
County voters approve establish. Phoenix 5a 89
Central ment of t budget commission. Raleigh 48 '73 : ; Double Bed Size
Mostly cloudy through Fri-- In a letter to managing; direc St. Louis 56 15 ; 1999American

day with occasional showers tor Arthur BIsset, the governor San Francisco '71 '- __ ____ -- __ DUAL CONTROL . .
today and tonight. High today said it Is up to the voters to Seattle 45 63
around 80, low tonight in the determine whether or not Polk Tampa 65 83
60's Norheasterly winds 10 to County should have a budget com Washington 53 '72

20 miles per hour today, be. mission.
he said should the
coming northerly Friday. However Ike Released
voters approve a budget commission
South when they go to the polls yf ..
Rain locally heavy today and From
Tuesday "I would, of course,
tonight Considerable cloudiness solicit, and also welcome, the
Friday with some local recommendations of responsible (UPI) For. Art
showers. High today 77 to 80, citizens and groups In making appointments mer President Dwight D. I lien:
low tonight around 70. North to the commission." hower Is expected to leave Wai.
easterly winds 15 to 20 miles Governor Bryant added that ter Reed Army Medical Center
per hour, higher In some "frankly, It Impossible.for me today after successful treatmentfor Week
showers Small craft warnings to be personally Informed about a severe case of laryngitis.The .
displayed West Palm Beach each of the thousands of boardson 74-year-old Eisenhower
and Naples southward through which the governor exercisesthe was admitted to. the hospital
the keys power of appointment." six days ago A spokesman
said the former Preaident's + t NOV. 1-7
.. To the league he said "I '
,., find the advice of such local votes was In r/'pywl"/ condition
1'- and that he would at
not but depart
groups only desirable SM the beautiful
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OIIIU. If the voters approve establishment In Gettysburg Pa (in
LOS ANOELES CPIs- The of a commission on Before his throat difficult paintings )
Lutheran Church ...t Missouri Tuesday It will be Bryant's dutyto Eisenhower had scheduled sev. windows
Synod has purchased approximately appoint the first five persons eral speeches In support of r r our
113 acres in Irvine who will serve. GOP presidential nominee Bar. +
Calif next Newport Beach adjacent Terms of the appointees will ry M. Goldwater But a Kepub.IIcan :, t'
to Los Annelefount'. be staggered with two being named spokesman said i [isenf ow. to shoulders In comfort 1
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Today's Letters To The Editor Wall Street Chatter .

.Publither kPt remains favorable .I .
w. E. RYNERSON, Ed ter IID-Standard) !
the P..II," :NrV. of the better quality o: ,
JOHN W. RYN RSON. A.t itant I. the market I
Commentary Dear Editor: Dear Sir: film came out in 1882 the par- a. Poor's feels that and Increased rate profits the favora 1, .

Publithed duly IlIc."t Seturdeyl I by the W nter Haven Do know that it is perfectly that made it, (whoever that 's recent pause look for the economy .In,]
I took the time to do I little you ty not sur.prising
P..blihl"q c... 'Inc.. '176 ltd Strut, NW Win+.r Haven Horde selectivity are lark of speculative exces
research regarding statements legal for adults to drive might be had no Idea that we

CHARLES G SHORN ..."...1 Mana9;. UP By Foreign PHIL News NEWSOM Analyst made by John Tanner in the machines capable of over 00 would have a power mad big The .advisory service says Robert T. Allen of Sh

JACK IEAHAN ......ate Ed,tor AM loader of Britain Labor letters to the editor column of miles per hour* It i is also legal brother In the White House that while further consolidation Co says 1 II tHammlll \.
party Harold Wilson made the Tuesday edition of the for teens to do this And they Heres hoping that the majority be necessary It continues that .I s
may tlrely possible profi
PETER J, SULLIVAN Advortl. Mana9.r. much during the last lection News-Chief both have the same accidents of the American public. to consider the economy and will be stepped up after dl;

First he mentioned the 10, With exception When a see through the thin veoeer climate favor "I.
NATIONAL ADVERTISING cMHtNTATIVEShanne campaign of the stop-go econ. one can the investment tlon day He believes (tin, '
I i Attocetei. .Inc Chicago. III omy which had plagued the or 20 or 30 thousand that some teen has an accident every of the Democratic Party ble but warm that care In se.lection short term basis, It Would $?

country through the 1950's and person had already paid into meeting and bull session hasa by Nov. I, and at that time of new commitments re. good Idea to have some
EM.. da, Se ond CI... Mall Matter Sept 6, I 1914 el the Pot OH,cen Into the I9601*. the social security fund. I find topic. Mr. Friedrick letterto vote to replace Johnson witha mains e55I5tLKenneth a available to take advanlilt: .
< March Il7f
under let
Willt.. H..", Hrie!., o
TM week, as the new prime this vr-y Interesting, because! the editor Is a good exam man of character, Barry price dtpsKA8THAM.

minister, he began putting Into the only one who have paid pie of this Goldwater. Ward of Hayden,

.. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU effect the policies which he be. more than a small fraction of When you read about a nor Sincerely, Stone Inc. says Individual bull Macs m UMOne _

:.'\liw : OF CIRCULATIONS lleves will atop the potentially the srmllest amount listed into mat accident do you set out John W. Mangham and buS! trends will continuetooperat underthe of the nations few ub!

......... disastrous practice In which the fund are employers.According to get stricter laws and law Registered DemocratDear .* sImultaneOuslY general inc windmills. located ht'ft'
Britain spends more than she to the Social Security don't. umbrella of the off Route 6. attracted rr
enforcement No. you this still will be In. than 30000 tourists IBM
MEMBER earns Office in Lakeland the market and Hb
Act ** Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Britain's trade gap this year system went into effect Jan. You say it was unfortunateand Editor fluenred Importantly bj the un. Built around 1700 at p

NATIONAL EDITORIAL fh. Untie, Preti it ...Itl.d, to tht u.. will amount to right around $2 1. 1937 For the years through then forget about It The Witches and goblins will folding corporate developmentsand mouth. the windmill was nit.!

ASSOCIATION .0' republicatwn of til local newt pr Mcd billion, and Wilson's first step Isn't It strange that people be decen ling upon our town this especially by changing to North Truio In 1780 sm c
In thu n tpaper ., well at all UP) was to discourage Imports by 1950 the rate was one percenton that talk the most about teen weekend. The witches and preferences for various groups Eastham In 1793. RabId .

1..4 ,? ,wi tpalchet, ,. clamping on a IS per cent sur. the maximum.first $3,000, From or $30 1951 per agert are the ones that don'thave goblins are more commonly and Individual stocks. Cole 80 serving his 18th "

ADVERTISING DEADLINE charge on items which he be. year any. known as UNICEF -TrIck or as town millet. says the mil. ,
through 1954 the rate remainedthe
CLASSIFIED: DEPARTMENT: lleves Britons can do withoutor Irresponsible Teenager Treat. Trick Americans and Bache & Co. believes the wind 100 pounds of eOi'll I'
but the base Increased
By the Word S P,M. Pro. out Day ly the Inch: J P.M. Prev.om (D.y. manufacture for themselves. same was Treat Communists near term outlook for the mar. minutes
Leqal Not cat: i PM Pr.u4.ut D.y Sunday Edton, D..dlill" Fiel.y, Recognize Stagnation to $3.600. or $36 per Dear Editor: The United States pays 44 per -

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: Despite pre-election fire. year. In 1955 the base was increased That our once great nation cent of the cost of UNICEF and

Sunday Ed,* en-) P.M. Thurtd.y, Monday Ed,t en-) P,M. Ft day; works, the measure probablywas to 14,200, or $42 per has advanced along in its de. receives no benefits from It. WSIR Program 1490 I I11II

Tu.tJay Ed, en-Neen Salu'day W.dn. iday Thurtday and Friday not much different than year. In 1959 the base was dine and fall Is more and more Communist countries receive OIAL
Ed,t,at(-1 f.M. Two Days in Ad.anc., raised to the $4,800 5 alueS for LieS.' I
would have been taken by Wll. In evidence by the widespread better than twice as much as they Mutual Newi =: ; u 1 -
Member SeutKarn Nrwtpeper Publithiru. Assocuaton son's Conservative predecess. rate but the percentage was disintere of Its people in Its pay to UNICEF In aid The few u.o5 Mutual Home A.HI.h. $ GOOd Momllll

Mambar FIord Pratt Associatiot ors had they, and not Labor, still at the original I percent. national affairs. The large donations made by Communist 4 4 : Wsnt- 'Nob, IJ Your isod Florida Morning Gard.a I

TELEPHONE Ch.... 1.tltl won the election The stagnating Thus as late as 1900. the take number of people who shrug countries are not In convertible 440 1.00 Home MUlual A Nw.lturh.., :i Region loSer
effect stop-go government economic from the individual was only their shoulders over the vital currencies and must thereforebe 00 Mutual 'c'Wo I
$48 maximum. in the countries which I I i ':: : ::, County o Jim Ureenrleld Show I
had been
policies recognized per year issues at stake in our times is spent Ne.. ,' 13 Jim (;reenreld, ShuwI
For Today by the Conservatives in The year 1961 was the begin most shocking donate them for supplies and 35 SIne Mutual AIOIIII :JO Mitus. ,

A Thought 1961 and the first steps taken ning of the upswing in percentage I view with disgust the In. personnel. Eftnn.News! r 10'00 Dirk Mutual Eyrich News SlowS

revitalize British Industry and of earnings. In 1961, dividual who Is afraid his em Can you beat that? We give to I m 15 Wold Van Patrkk SloorU 10 05 Bpvorly Stark Show

exports. 3 percent to a maximum of the disfavor if he their countries and get nothing P-ia. 55 III Dick 1 Eyrtch hOW
"And lie (God) has put all things under liEs A national economic develop player will show from UNICEF and the small : : St"t Report ua
$4800 income level, or $141
indicates a loyalty to a can J5 Dick Eyrtch Show
(Christ's) fid and (appointed) Him to be had ment council attacked bottle. amount of money that the Reds 6" MUlual N.w '
gore 1962 was S'/t percent, and 1963 didate not to the employers like S sa HI N.lllhbo' "Ii JJ MUlual P.ews

over all things to the Church, which ill llis body, the necks In the transport and and 1964 (and 1965) the jump Is ing; or the employer or bus! give must be spent In their who coun built 1 7 00 15 Fulton Spotlt.nr LewIs the Star Jr 11;I I 115 3U Dick Mutual EyrIch News Show

fulness of Him nho fillith/ all in all"' Kjih 1 22-23 building Industries. Location of to 3% percent, and in 1966 it nessman who fears an expressIon -,tries. Our forefathers 7 25 Tonight In Florida I 33 D'ck Eyrich Show
new Industry was encouraged In will jump to 4V4 percent this great nation are probably 7 30 Mutual 11.5 12 110 Mutual News
What a magnificent statement, that He who diedon such lagging areas as the Unless machine totaled of his choice of doing spins In their graves because 7 Ii Music Bused the 8lar. Iortemoon
my will cot his patronage 5 00 Mulual News I 2 ,i Farm A iruve New.
Calvary, and was buritd(! in Josephs tomb, is Head Northeast, Scotland and North. this wrong, I see that the maxImum Such attitude smacks of the of the ridiculous things we S OS Club 1490 12 II'' Chat with the Sheriff
engaged In Mutual News Fullon Lewis Jr
ern Ireland. are now I .w 12 U
lr. Albert L. Carnett amount a person could Russian of politics, and indlcatei Club 1450-NIhtbeat Soy II Wills Music
over all things. Old stop-go policies were way How can you mothers let your a 31 12:11': '
have contributed Into the 'y>- spinelessness and 5 00 Mutual News 12" Mulual News
abandoned. These had consistedof children collect money for a
e 01 Club 1490 i 12 31 Lawrence. Wells
credit restrictions which tem to date Is only $1,428 for yellow fear of standing up to be cause when the leaders of this B 30 Mutual N... 12 H Top of the New,
himself, plus an extra $1,428he counted. ? a 35 The World Toda 12 11/I Today In Florida
have you"
slowed but at the cause sworn
News Chief EditorialsThe spending '.
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same time halted Industrial ex. earned for his employer who I attribute the recent loss of The UNICEF funds received this 19 05 FlorIda News i. Woalher 1 r Detsatlon' E4ltorIsi'

panslon and led to widespread in turn contributed that amount. an account to my stand in a year willno doubt be used to mill to 10 lIes Off ObiturleO' '
Decision Was Made unemployment. Running undera or 2856. This looks like a far political discussion, and frankly, the wheat that LBJ sold to Russia. Morn ci MusIc From The C1."co

minimum of controls the cry from the "10. 20. or 30 it doesn't bother me one bit. B 511 S..n ., J5'r" H"m.Mutu.'I:Ne.IIIch.a. ,

Winter Haven has been cluwn as the permanent country showed surface pros thousand claimed by Mr. Tanner Conversely, I am proud of my why don't we Christian mothers I 00 u5 t"ood MUtU5iNS5 M rnlnll 2 :'5 Home A HIttwa7

and fell customers who have firmly send our children out Halloween : 30 Mutual News 1J: J Mutual News
for Polk Junior after perlty unemployment convinced
site the It
County College. came 55 Florda, S.... A Msrhsts 1 35 Home A H1ch.a,
I took the trouble to do one to collect funds to send a I
to around one per cent. themselver that their e 40 rood MornIng 00 P Mutual N...
many years of hard work on the part of a tumondous But the problem of outgo other bit of research regarding adherence to the opposition group to Washington to get prayers I 00 Mutual N... 115 Home I: HII/hwa,

number of people. The whole college idea was sparked) over Income remained.The hiii letter. He claimed to be a party is right. That's where the and Bible reading back Into 7 05 15 rood FIshing: MOImlnll Reel 4 I 40 15 Swap Want Shop A lob'I

by Winter haven Chamber of Commerce coikifc: effect of Wilson's first Republican I checked the Re. greatness In America lies the schools? 7 ::10 GOIo Mornls5 ', 00 Mutual News
step will be felt both at home publican registration lists for I here publicly state that I Not a One Worlder 1:1(1:( Mutual News i OIl Sln. Alone
committee some 10 and it follo\":ed the 1 35 FlorIda New I: W.atnll 'i 30 Mutual N..,
years ago, and abroad. U.S. businessmen the Greater Winter Haven area,
refuse to attach more Importance 1 40 God MornIng 1U: Slnlf Alonl
tedious step by step l processes of bringing the school) recognized the need but felt less and! found no John Tanner to the profit dollar than to Dear Editor: 115 MornIng 800rt. Review 5.15) World News
drastic measures would have To wind this up I have one I am so proud of you for the I 110 lIIutllal News S 05 Sport Roundup
to the county. Theft the problem of bringing the schoolto the future well-being of my had in printing the C Of WSIR Editorial S 15 Trading po.tI
sufficed reminder for Mr. Tanner. Sen. country At such time as we courage you '1J5 Morolne. News ROUDdu I ::10 Wail Street Rpc.rt
Winter Haven which would come after it opened) things for which Barry Gold
A move to review 'prestige"projects ator Coldwatcr voted for the must register fear in expressing 513 'loS Morning

in temporary quarters at the Air Base could have a dlsas. Increase in Social Security a preference in candidates, water stands for I am in accord
trous effect the 1,400-mile with him, I think we need a
on benefits the present recipients
The hassle over the site tprung up for no ipod we'll all be closing our shops.I .
airliner being de. Roosevelt soft smile
per.hour jet would be receiving now exceptfor Teddy a
I am proud and pleased that
reason whatsoever and delayed permanent planningfor veloped with France and affect. the fact that the Ad mm istratinn t'e still have a choice, and mine and a big stick to bring our ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAl

almost eight months. That of course Is historyand Ing the Jobs of 80,000 workers. insisted on killing the ''; Barry Goldwater beloved country out into the

Britain already has closed bill by tacking on the medicare limelight to we can be respect.
bitter history at that. There still will be some down the gaseous diffusion amendment Hank Corsmeicr cd again all over the world

problems connected) with the finalizing of the whole plant In which it manufacturedIts G. M I am going Into! my 90th year Cltan..1 WD'O.TV S C"a..1 WFLA.TY I Cho..1 WFTY.TY, ChD.NIIJC'S WTn.TV

matter though we, don't expect too much trouble to hydrogen bomb material, Dear Editor: and 'I hope ftf'fc' Barry Gold. N'C Ale CISOrlsede
and the attitude also would
develop Philip lioikovitz has agreed! thnt he will seem to new forecast a change in Dear Editor: In the Tampa Tribune dated dent water elected ,ou; new Presl Tempo Orlonllo T./ftpQ/

donate some land for a new golf courso ti replace Its participation with the United I read carefully the editor 102464, I note that the Mrs Andrew Berding SrMemories Thursday NIGHT Oct,29S
States In the operation of Po. isis and letters to the editor Democratic Party of HilUbor
the did Dick hid frauds A
present one as Pope
It is
larls submarines In the Daily News-Chief. ough County is charging thata
choice will have to be made. Oo-N.w' News, Sportl, ABC N.w Pul" No". .
At home, the Wilson policy most refreshing to digest movie "The Wellare State ,
':I5-p..II, W'th., Weather News. Weather SoorIs. W'lht
Some preliminary (engineering. Hindus fen bu i Iding! of encouraging modern stream those sound, logical thoughtsthat : which is being distributed by :30-CIS: News NBC News But MIII.rlGn CBS New

on the campus must be made, but again t Ilu run opposItion| Ryncrson, columnist John tical'.
no great obstacles This particular Mite in m fIle tilie,:til( both Industry and laborAlmanac. Lopp, and such letter writersas This film has been shownto 20 YEARS AGO Car 54 Glenn Reeves Maverick
---- Mr. and Mrs E H. Huntley 1:1': and Fishing C. 54 Gleur, Reeves Maverick
of anything offered! in the county that there was really W A Berry come up with thousands of people in this re..urncd Irom a trip eo New 7:30-Th.: Macstars las Slop Th. Flinlitonee Mavrck;

no compar llOn. Winter haven in going; to make) u gems of wisdom based on state since being made in York and Philadelphia. Pa 7:45-Th.: Muest.,, Bus Stop The Flietstenea MavefickI

facts of the past and present 1962. I strongly disagree that
wonderful home for a fine college 10 YEARS AGO Oo-P"ry Mason lu' Slop The Donna Perry PoIaoSIBPerry
Other have similar this film is partisan and poll
Praise should be riven a host of >ole well International papers Florida citrus: Mutual I I Mason las Slop teed Show P"ry Maar
pe | us By United Frees
of thought
fine expressions tical and I will be dismayed
was "moderately enthusiasli: 1:30-P.rv Masse 1 Uou., ,. My n". Sons Perry IIOft1,4Sp"r
Al Davis, executive vice.pienuleiit of the Chamber of Today Is Thursday, Oct. 29, that can only be labeled true if the commission membersrule about the prospects fur the Mastc D:,. tudor. My Th" SOli' peMaioe
the 303rd day of 1004 with 63
Commence; A. 1'eiry, Hunter Hui, liownid! Sands, to follow, Americanism such growers during the current ':Oo-Politlcel Dr. Kildare I.witch.d Password

James J Reynolds, Merrill Giufton, J. K. Hays, Alber. The moon Is approaching Its There Is another man of the The Democrats have charged season but warned them not .::1 5- Hdoe Burns ", !id.r., Bewitched Password
new phase same caliber in his thinking- that the film follows the to expect 'OIl much at the be. :30-Politiul Political Peytoc Place Politkal I

Griffin ; C of C President mold! Silveit mid fonmi The morning stars are Jupl. Barry M Goldwater stand taken by Goldwater, ginning :45-: Goldwater Telecast N,. 2 GoIdwete,

President John Carpenter Membeis of the City Com ter, Mars and Venus. Its a pity that for every because! the film attacks the S YEARS AGO 10.00-Th. O.I.lId" Co"'o' Defend
P.rry Th.
mission directly connected with the bukgnnuul: ( work The evening stars are Saturn true American who speaksout spread of big government, William A. Berry was elec 10-Th. Defenders Music Hall The Dean Jimmy Show The O.I..d.n

included Major Hughes Steele Commissioner! Diek and Jupiter.On with logic and truth conflicting government afien ed president of the Citrus 10:30-Th.: Defender, Perry Co"o' The Jimmy The O.I..d.n
this day In history: there Is a multitude of apathetic des, and a trend toward socialism Center Boy i Club 10.4S-Th. Defender. Music Hall D.," Show The Daf.nd.ef'

Dantzler, Tom Tuinbull, J, I>. Hill, Virginia J"olt'l In 1918, units of the German people content to be fat, This is the reason the
I 11 I :00-N.wt Newt. Spt, Wtr News Sportl
Miller and Wdlard FI'I'tltrlck1'11: giving time nml\ fleet at Kiel began a mutiny in happy and dumb. Democrats give for attackingthe Neosliee ,
I II:IS-Soorti. W' he Ten oht Show E tor el, Wther 'I""
effort in working out details Then t the ce>mnuuui\' domand of peace negotiations This same condition was partisan label, and one The Michigan Department of I 11:30-Theatre of Tor with the Allies. present in the Roman Empire would think these Democrats Health the first I 11 I ::45- the Stars Ton ght Show Late Show Night Jeni,
gave its tremendous backing at the |H>)l'i' -this \".'u' In 1923, Turkey became a re. with Iti panem et circus would be smarter than his health agency to distribute state

truly community effort for which we all will IN public (food and entertainment). In If this is "partisan" it is by blood plasma to hospitals and
In collapsed on 30
prices Oct.
eternally grait'ful.Technical the New York Stock Exchange, those times there was a man chance only. and it was not physicians for civilian use

advice was fiecly gin'lb>' kcal mentbers billions of dollars In stock were named awaken Cicero the dumb who tried Roman to planned that way When this 7:00-AI".n: Today Show "A.N4."

of the school boaid! ; Superintendent Shelley lped out herd. His words were utteredin 7IS-W.k.-Up Today Show News "AM."" '1
In 1940 Secretary of War lien. DAILY CROSSWORD 7:10oyi.. Tod.y Show .., "AM.'" \
Mckie E.
Boone, School hoard Pies'dent! A. T. Race J roo Chunk ry Stimson drew a number froma a modern phrasing at San 7:45-N.,. W'th.r Today Show Mcki., Esaus "AM"
bowl and the first time Francisco hen Barry Gold ACROSS! 48. A military 23. Corn'
Ridley as well as the !late John Calvin peace
draft had started water said Extremism In 1. BIg Ben, hat mend IOO-C.pl.i": Td.y Show M'chie' Inane CaptateSIB '

0 the purrult of liberty for example 47.Fncing to& kanqaree T.d.y Show Mckie, Evans Kanqarea

A thought for the day: Mark etc Gold* tier joined illustrl 6 City: Fla. 8Wordl dog IIO-C.pl.in Today Show Carteeevill Captajt, .
The Lighter Side 11 Hearsay OO\\'N 2t. Un. ':45KU'lfoo Today Show Carsoecvilla Kaet, .
Twain said: "On of the most ous company (Cicero) when 12. Lifeless 1. Stuffs civil .

striking differences between tat he too was vilified and slandered 13. 2. Enticed 2:1.: EI ',Oo-A".rlc.. tv4. Movie EII'ci,a The Pfike
<' and a lie Is that a cat has for having the courage Spheresof action So Foreboding 2S. People .:1 I S- Hitary; "The Ad... f "'" ,,.,,11. Douq1al' Shao
DY DICK WEST and elected Madison ':Ioo"'p.r Ro.. lure .1 Ten, The Mike
tie one onU nine lives truth. stand t. of Mr. Magoe
such 15. Let It : Against
to speak a
United Press Int.rnatlonal Marsh to the Indiana stale leg; -------- It wasnt long before the print. 5. india ape Fr. I : .. .: AtL' '::4S-R.p.r Ream Saoyer" Mn. Ma8os DIut" S :
islature. in RomeCicero 16. Mile S. Brulllan or Sp. '0 OO-CIS News Tom.5 ; The Mike
dictatorship reigned Kelly Spanish Lessees
childhood story that mad. the "In those days, United Stales ('///<;.4.O; n"'I'TIU 4 truths had fallen on adults palm deacent: ""'.rolo,'. 5...... 0 I 15-C1S Neos Walt. Breeea" hlnih L.uoIII D..111 Shea

strongest Impression on me", senator were elcted by the re. CHICAGO eUPIi-The curs s 17 United T. Handle 1s 10'Jo-l L... Lacy Wh.t' This PrIce I Is Riht I Lo- l,:.
give or take "br'er Rabbit, legislaturesThat deaf ears 5. Eneoun. 21. Flashy 31 Cod. 10,45-1 Lees
spectlv state UM, of Amphibians and Reptilesat States Lacy Sonql Price I. Riht I Levi l'-!
was the one about this military year, the Indiana letlsla. I wonder how the dumb Army: abbr, tered 28. Shlp-ahape4 deaa of
messenger whose horse lost a turf deadlocked the five ballotsIn the Chicago Natural History American herd will feel when 19.Tellurium: t. Make clock Volcanose: 5 I :Oo-A.dy .f C"CI.t..ti.1 Get The Andy O.fII

shoe nail. trying to elected a U nit. d 1 "Mu'um says the Chicago area they taste the chains of slavery sym believe 30. Takes lIaw. :I S- .yb.rry t.ollu.t..tl.1I Massaqe Maybl"t

It had a .ort of litany that States senator Is remarkably rich In reptiles because they were too 20. Senior 10. Goes to dinner 39. A kingDeacons II :)o-Th. Real J.ody Mieq: Licks Thu MCmr'I
aid amphibians, considering S2. Music note I I :1':4ScC.. J.d ( '
: U. Soapy otJudal illi"q Li.h Th. .!!
went like this: "For the Delegate Seltches content to see truth and logic -
hi K far north It U abbr water 33. A twin 41. Female
the nail, the shoe was lost. "Delegate Marsh, who had too busy kidding themselves 21. Extinct 18. Therefore crystal AFTERNOON
For the want of the shoe, the been elected by a margin of In ai'tick that they've never bad it so 34.
Robert F Inter, an bird 21. A measure Accurnu.U.. Surfac.of Woade
IIOo-h. .f Life
horse was lost For the want of one tote, switched on the sixth Caesar be* late See WIse Path, H.w'
in the museum "Bulletin: good Who will our J3 Female fowl of medicine materiel 12:1S-1.. .1 M'
the horse the rider was lost. ballot, broke the tie and thus salt I that within 70 mile. of the L.BJT HIIIIT 14 Oones of 22. To make 3d.To travel U. Negative ''Z)0-5" !., Life T..rw Troth Say Wh." Ktows I..t F.....,ftl2:45'widej S'k. ..
For the want of the rider, the elected Edward A, Hannegan to thread choke byox-cart Hefle P.. Sch
of live 10 species I communism's designated repty .
center Chicago :
the wantof 'or Light C,"" ..".cc Picken Gu d.' m
message was lost. For the U.S. Senate wound on :' -'
of salamanders. 11 of frogs IS commissar? I rrr r j- I' iif"
the message the battle was Two years later, Congress spindlesM. I :to-Glrl Talk News. (,
ot mkes. and 10 of turtles, but Or Is It that the dumb Matins. Moni.Lo.iOt
voted the admittance of Tex. - I 'IS-4.rl Talk 'r.
And on W..lh"
lost so on.
.tcll.; "The Mad Lu.' 0'I
We evtdei
oil v three of lizards will stampedeagainst .
American herd = : '30-w.r14 T.rms .. .. ,
This story Illustrates what as to the union. The House was M. Los's Male t4a .. Wo.'d'
might be called the accidentalor for It, but the Senate d *d. \iiy are beyond the northern' I power and story ,., r-- I I.'S-W..I" ,."', A Deal E.. 'Gabae War d .'.
linniii lizards: meet
Incidental theory of history locked 2< to 26. Senator Han. for most crated L>'ndon Dames Johnson brad2aR.quire. I'OO-Po.d

Which Is the that great negan switched his vote, broke said and hit dedicated socialist ;- I I5-P.,4 Debi 6I"i. Vi.c..' Pci ic. Pass. jI
theory D.It.
: Glti p,100.i
: % H.wh".
ments : :
the tie and Texas became .mate. Hubert Horatio ; :
vents result more from chance a In ier explained the large rep- running Infrequent u 1lo-H_. Pani. fh. Dect.n D., I I. C."e. House P"I .,
than from grand de. slat. Humphrey? N .s 45-H.... Party The Decte, ... h' .
happening tile and amphibian population I 30. Vend Day I" C..... H. :...,
In 1846 Thompson conUmwd for that miracle _
I'm hoping .
signs from Chi., SI. Newt -' )' .k
the here probably stems l. 4s 00- Tell Teeth Aeeth.r W.r4. '.' .
Senate deadlocked for G..i, Ta
modern example of again, of American awakening 32soft .
A more climatic l'I5-T. T.II .'
several TreeI
of A.smeh.r I
onus World
Junction Y.
this H..t
the accidental. Incidental con. over declaring. war on tonesnot the sake of your children covering; '. at )'10-U-e of Niejhf. Yo. Tk.Y I J"
and vegetation
cept can be found In a nwslt. cast Mexico the One deciding again vote.Haniteejan And and mine (or the : : : : a 45-UQ. .f Ntqhs r.< D.i: .; ..... .,,7 in' o' 5h5

ter put out this week by Rep. P. J. Sullivan hands I. to't
Jr. D-N.J. from that war the United State 33. Mother: : 4 OO- ,.t .... M.tch G < S.c..1 (" .

Frank Thompson sets forth, the the. acquired the territory from joined the union, Lyndon B. coiloqS3 I's; w.; 'I h.., I5-SoeNt: !-. M.tch .awe ftteK. S. ret .- ..

Thompson nomination of thl.year' which cam the slatof Arlsona. Johnson and Barry M. Coldwa. Dear Editor from m Swit ,, .. s:, Lime ': T,.*. ....ee s.Petemee .........
sis that. presidential the candIdates Had It not been for Shoemak. ter could not hive been nom!'". I see the Democrats: now use 38 A gratuity d1 7 'I A...... Te .. ... Tel....., Su........ _

'r's vote, which sent Marsh to ated for the presidency' this IT Knave ofclubiistkio : I:80-P..., ,
about because of a home the slogan "All The Way With Tke Ueyd $..Wlrt Mil,' Gu :
cam ... -
the Indiana year ; a ,
121 years ago legislature, Marsh LBJ. 1.I5-P..., ...*.. ** ,I *:
cast $. '
mad ballot could the moral oli SI A fibber4GAsn.rtean ? ? .hee M'. ...
Thompson )
not have voted for says .
an Indiana farm land Hann All the way la what With the .T .. .r : tr T e Lloyd' $,..... Wtlier N.-I 'Ii.",
by and i Ms Is "00 to the polls ......
named Henry Shoemaker. gan, Hannegan could not story : Democrats la control' it would Indian n..... Skew. Newt. Ed tonal Ed'e'.; Ja.v '
have cast the ots that led I 1,4("i and every vote counts
-In UU, Mr Shoemakershom..mad to be appear to be all the way to our 41 Town: -r. ;' - ""7. - n.so peea', Mh..I" ,I,
Texas and Arizona Joining the Yes. indeed. And sure : are ereede4; by eke et.ni.iG'' ,
ballot was ruled.. union t,! ill your blacksmith for national ruination 45. Sides :: ,. rt-r- ;. <"',,., -; .,. TII. D..I' N.wt.CI.f: ,
fftCi&t5 - - .
Thompson valid byI"0"wro '. "It broke 'a And< II those two states had (, I 11 checkup. William E. Morris room ::r., .:::4': : tkeia uhedil' :;: .: *. I.** ""*"' blt Ul .....r*" ,'."1.. J.I

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Stud the Martian atmosphere. Chicago Fair
Tio first of the planetary LBJ Keeping

p I;t c 3 ts scheduled to be Closing To
launched Nov. 4, with the second
j STARTS CANDY SALE Jeff Steort., left, selling the first box to principal of Westwood thawing i as early as two Be ObservedThe
II i Junior High School, to start the Candy Drive which will be held Oct. 30 through Nov 8 for the days later. The launch period Close WatchOn
benefit of the School Library Fund. ends In earl December with

E I the next opportunity coming In Both anniversary of the
closing of the Century of Pn
late 1966.
If I the Mariners' planned Steel cress, the Chicago World's Fall

paths are achieved the spacecraft of 1934, will t tw observed with a fed
commemorative program it rd .
Will pass from 7,000 to
: 10,000 ,miles above the Martian LOS ANGELES (DPI)-Presl. Lakeside Villa Exhibit Bulldln.llalnea ,

; surface between the Mars equator dent Johnson Is keeping a close City tonight at 7'4:

T' and south pole.Election eye on the steel price situation.He o'clock.:
was understood Wednesday
--- ---- ---
:: R to feel that It would! be very The Exhibit PulMinf contains 1 1-'a;
'A a huge dlspUy of authenlK
Y difficult now to justify further ,
Lull relics and mementoes of (he
Increases In steel l prices. 9 t
Wall Street reaction to the fair, as well as a miniaturemodel
constructed with acuial
report t of Johnson's Interest was
swift. U.S. Steel's stock pieces from the fair bulldlms
Hits New York
plunged $2.13 and prices of
The will 1 b.presented ,
most other big steel producers program
4 LS
also dipped, but not a. sharply by Silas Fung, host at the
Villa and creator of the exhibit
Johnson was said to share
Stock MarketNIW who ts the Century of Progress
the appraisal Indicated In For
moet avid fan.
tune magalnze for Novemberthat

:: : YORK (UPI!) A few has the ample country's momentum econoun to now au Worth Dwight'who Wallace was a fair of execu Lake APP!... ON DrPLAY; The Kwlk Ch.k stores, celeoreinghatloril
Streeters have been taking
S -S Y stein Its advance until at least (live, will speak, ; Apple week added touchofno.'alllawlth.n' Impressive:;
? advantage of a preelection lull mid,IMS.!! But It was Indicated. There will I. movie of the dlspl;,)i' rom::. ;c :t tf Ute In the kitchen strewn: :1 time as It w to
in stork market activity to lookat that the President's economic fair, and musli,'al perlormace, tow d., ,lit Inch, It 1 In the displi, is: the old, .foshloncl

S y rates what might time happen to money adviaers suggest that fuithei hy local people A reception nt 1 IT" v. ",,,...I.] n kit,'hen it 'net popular,, be! ire I
some after the bal.
action bthat time may\ Iw 'xljbuilt" i a tor', i hand
lot Ing Is done. the Villa's main building: will rut| t the outdated *ooden able The
necessary. fallow Jpples r.mall' ut,char" ed 1 Ihei' mill look dellc'lous
That such a lull existed thisweek Such action would Include a

seems to be amply shown revision of excise (ax rates,

HE'S NO SOUARE Thli big, ball-headed mania hekmif a :at<<<::Ililo m k up it NAA bv the> the slow pace of changes In due to expire June 30.

Grdd.. idT ,: Flight Center In Greenbelt, Md. Then popular averages, denote Arguments submitted againsta
E mean Unking ipiu' nth \' ilir 8
.111 ir :Ite irmk They are 'microwave absorber dc/,. 1d b" o, Ss.ln. I .h "fr'th Ings some reports fresh stock and pills dividend, earn.In. steel price boost now I inrlu'I..: OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL P.M.

j ,n.. t 're its in e-ho.free environment In the room for ti, ting th Into,'nn.. ,il>iilt\ < i eases which ordinarily would -Steel industry profits Inr e
to t.rlnIn/ ,agual under outer space conditions Satellite Imllir ti", thl-mikup ..r.' seem likely to give t bullish the first nine months are 29 per 5
cent above those for the same
being lined In NASA atmonpheric explpratlonn between F,irth .md,M"on push to the market In peneral. period last year.

Steal Lapels have Iwen increasing
The Bache t Co. market 1.t.
from about 2 million .
LAWN A GARDEN PROBLEMS? t.r early In the week said the
the 1
tons yearly M current

e "Fight 5 : Ortho"NORTHGATE which relatively 30 the Industrial narrow Dow Jones stock range averageof had In million trends ions, and continue If pI'might nllnlImpol't .:a lu

:: rise to 7 million tons by 1985.Sisal ,
it5q mo\ed In the past sU weeks led
l exports, at .the same time, o
HOPPING to( belief the Issues were "CCIfo"lIlatlnr have declined.
CENTER for what could be a
This Import Increase and' export
si i'nlflrant move after the el
decrease spelled t los of
NEW about 1 billion yearly In foreign

exchange, which in turn affected .
Meanwhile, those who are '
eftsRtNOt' ;
the balance of
speculating on the possibility an ALLWEATHERCOATS
Sensational IIH roase In the coal t of money ,
$ President Johnson was said Feed Your Roses generally do not expert It to be
Ai. to feel that the steel Industrynow
ootrnr Laos
.. sleep nor do they anticipate l
Is able to finance furthai
theModern 1It.llI will choke off availablefund

..::.=;:.., Way'''';;;:''' Take the yellow In sullies.comment on the market plant make Itself modernisation more competitive and ihm in
out of f
your planti. the world market place.
tehavtor Edward A, Vlner & i
Johnson said to t 'h.
was wan
139 79C (0., Inr, told \Its clientele that *
9r. Pt. 98 Pt. I59 9>. we (b el 1 that ome the electionIS Ing particularly preltmiiui s \ With Orion Pile
moves to revise the union warn,
I "PI'> interest ratei will be j.
contract! suliject/ to modtf'aii! "nl
raked l, speclallv) If Britain In. ZIP.OUT LINING
l II y June of 190J.!!
It f SALE.J r i ,..upII\ bank rate \

1-GALLON ORTHO-GRO-I I- $4.982nd Peanuts Help Man Reach 100 1198Conair 1

OnTNO 5ano LIQUID FERTILIZER . llnl' I YV.OOD UPI!) Louis Rich was asked whether ii !
,11, t ti" who figures peanuts con. had gone downtown M'<*dn<'vU,

GALLON ORTHO GRO n u meted to his long life, cele.hulm to see President Johns",',
.01 his 100th birthday tortay motorcade: 1 Poplin Laboratory Control

LIQUID FERTILIZER . and t ows he'll vote next Tus.la "I'm to damned sick of Hst.>.n. t
.. dog to theee political .pl ll. I Certified Cravenette Finish
r $9.96 VALUE $4 99 firm voles for a man of Ms one of ..... TIle only inn,* --

l SAVE $4.97 oars, said today's celebration. that would attract me i I' a Reversible
would be limited to the family. ntkeafwere p| '. Thai's flli I

but on Sunday, my dugM, hobby. I understand. Hamlet n i
PROTECT ; CHLORDANE Mrs Harold D. Brown, who going to be on television, taped 1 ALL WEATHER 98RAINCOAT

r; j'1U..QTA A4 /lies with me, hM a party from the real stage play. I'll 10
planned at the house for the go to see thai IIRlttlJ'tlllll
ll If YOUR a DUST 5% Ijmil and a few neighbors' ." to t h. political

IS. r- YO i last S.pt. 17, when the LM w.rt. Rich aid:
e Afe Angeles( city council honored "I'm going to vote I don't
ACI 1'1. h. he attributed his long life know who I'll vote for yet TV

/ ANNUALS Value SPECIAL 'I, eating about an ounce and a man I wanted to vote for was LAST 2 DAYSFAMOUS
1 ill of p.-anuts free roasted Rockefeller, hut hit dl"n't rot a
'det, ,, \ tran gee them-daily.i chance, so "'\\I have to nip a
i t,ite"i Press International cola-Johnson or Gol'twatT" -
59c 29 ,taismittwi' a feature story and I don't car stint way therein
S-LI. RAG ai-out! /I'irh at that time rinses up "Ire 'O.'O I l Ether
a i 141. lOX ,.
-- LIMIT THIEE, 'LEASE i fnl.ed peanuts from Ala. way;
t.,a rr j, trgtnla, Florida .1 got
1.19 <*<: I treat( Mg boxes of them,
Ml. DICK' ftOODI OS THE OITMO CO. ova I don't know what to 4olth CLOSE OUT
< >tem all," he said l II)etu 'Oll Surface
2'/sal. 101 4'
i 1\ VALUES UP TO 1298
many birthday < ar I is u IS MO '0000-
\ INSECT CONTIOl IN hM he recer.s'
Travis DuPont Fabric
'I cot t loads of burn, '...
irds," he Mid. "1 got ace )JUAb Meals em trots TM IUVTTO

KILL UGLY WEEDS .. d,;;:;: .for you called special rIt'. erg wale' Amen lust Dacron NylonJERSEY 588
Bugs plands? CONTROL ,
ON CI'VEWAYJPAT : r_ *.s Terse air
oatena Did he get one from pr....u
OS. WALKS ROSE dnt Johnson?

-.: Ue Rosg INSECTS "!tonne from President John ,"1/1". *"" 100 Dacron Polyester AND 688
GEJtft ion or the other gay, what's his
E OITMO*r & name, Boaeattal, no Goldwater. i ji00 rl: 100./. Nylons ONI AND

I'm sery dla Ii Blaled he dl+r't TWO.PlICIITYLIS

TRiox Isotox J DISEASES send me ..." rs Cotton Blends

tsOTOX 10-Os. Flattie

...... ...- ConFeins \'- Jet CrashesTOKYO UINii C JUNIOR MISSES

;i:!; Squeet Dutrer (UM-A V.S. Air L rASrs rO C HALF SIZES CENTRALSTORES
1.49 Puree FIBS jet fighter plane we .4.... '__... ...._.
DOT t crashed into farm land north ofTokvo a. tUAaniWAN 4 5..405
II .... .. ,..' '... ,... '- "
UNOANETEOION today HM pilot para ........ _. "i.w.. .......
NjtMi ) CUT ia.AarOMAN 1t1ll.\I''
An abler bell.*d to b* pert
II of tne alrrrafl set a farm house THORNTONFurniture
aflr hot the family escaped:

1 T' SOUL 1 Hl ox. 2'1 n. a..4ne.t..a..e. trlllr,. Co. ALWAYS MORE OF THE BETTER THINGS FOR LESSq
Q1. n.4e. ..
1110' IY MINTER H.nE Ml POrt AVL N W.

Thursday, October tt.


Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Today's Letters To The EditorDear Wall Street Chatter

w. E. RYNSISON. Editor. .PyWiikw. ItPt remains favorableof I''
JOHN W RYNtESON Aii.itent .. tke Piibllitier. NFW YORK (UPIStandard. (he better quality oi .

Dear film out in 1962 the It poor's feels that the mar.ket's rate profits, the favorai,
Publiihed. daily (Inc.pt Seturd.y) by Ib. Winter HevenPi.bl.ik.HnCg CommentaryBy Editor: Sir: came party and Increased

.. Ific. II* 3rd Street. NW. Winter Haven. Hand. I took the time to do a little Do :you know that It is perfectly that made it, (whoever that recent selectivity pause are not sur. look for the economy ,11"1, ,
research regarding statements : legal for adults to drive might be had no Idea that we lark of speculative excos"

CHARLES COSHOftN ..".'.1' Men.,.. UPI Foreign PHIL News NEWSOM Analyst made by John Tanner In the machines capable of over 00 would have a power mad big prllinr.The advisory service says Robert T. Allen of St, ,

JACK ItAHAN A-ciete tditer A. leader of Britain's Labor letters to the editor column of miles per hour It II also legal brother in the White House that while further cOllloUdatlon Hammlll & Co. says it d" ,

party, Harold Wilson made the Tuesday edition of the for 'teens to do this And they Here's hoping that the majority be necessaryto It continues that "
possible profit ,
; Mu.
PETER J SULLIVAN Adygrtmnej 9er much during he last election News-Chfef. both have the same accidents of the American publiccan may consider the economy and will tlrely be stepped up after 1 ?'I;

NATIONAL ADVERTISING MMISINTATIVE campaign of the stop-go ecoru First he mentioned the "10, With one exception When ateen see through the thin ve the investment climate ftvora. Non day. He believes thai ,

Skenna I t At.aci.tai. Inc Ckic,.. III. omy which had plagued the or 30 or 30 thousand" that some has an accident every veer of the Democratic Party ble but warns that care In se. short term basis It woul''! 'sG.

country through the 1950' and person? had already. paid into meeting and bull session has by Nov 3, and at that time of new commitments re. .
to have
Enter, d .. St,end Class M.iI!l Matter Seat 6. 124 .. .... lid Office, lection a good Idea someavailable '.
in' Wintei H...". Elgrlde' under act gf Merck 2. 1119 into the loco's. the social security fund. I find a topic. Mr. Friedrick's letterto vote to replace Johnson witha mains essential.the to lake advaiut

This week, as the new prtme this very Interesting becausethe the editor Is a good exam man of character Barry price 41P5.EABTHAM.

minister, he began putting into only ones who have paid pie of this. Goldwater Kenneth Ward of Hayden
MEMBER effect the policies which he be. more than a small fraction of When :you read about s nor Sincerely Stone, Inc says Individual bull Mass 'UPI

:.'\! ;: OF CIRCULATIONS llevea will stop the potentially the tmillect amount listed Into mal accident do you set out John W Mangham and bear herds will rontlnue One of the nation few "KIng )
disastrous practice In which IImultaneoully under m windmills. located liei: "'
the fund are employers
... to get stricter laws and law Registered DemocratDear 10
Britain spends more than she According to the Social Security umbrella of the general off Route 6. attracted m:
enforcement No, don'tYou .
you will be in. tourists last
MEMBER earns than \i-a
Office In Lakeland the
Activ. Member UNITED PRtM INTERNATIONAL Britain's trade gap this year went Into effect Jan say it was unfortunate Editor! nueWedZwrtanUybytheun. Built around 1700 at p

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The United P,... i n g..t,tied. to tk. u... will amount to right around $2 1 system, 1937 For the through and then forget about it. The Witches and goblins will I I folding corporate developmentsand mouth the windmill was mi'

ASSOCIATION '0' 'lIIu"liu.ion of all local newt priM billion, and Wilson's first step 1950 the years Isn't it strange that people be decendlng upon our town this I especially by changing to North Truio in 1780 uidEaslham :,
cd in this n pap.r .> wall *. all UPIADVERTlSIN& was one percenton the most about teenagers "
that talk
1 It.. was to discourage Imports by weekend. The witches and I I for various groups In 1793. Harold
the first preferences
$3,000 $30
,. -wi Ono.tcke i or per
clamping on a 15 per cent sur. year maximum. From 1951 are the ones that don'thave goblins are more commonly) and Individual stocks. Cole 80 serving his 18th "

DEADLINE charge on Items which he be. any known as UNICEF -Trick or -- as town miller. says the mil ,
through 1954 the rate remainedthe
CLASSIFIED CIPARTMENTi hives Britons can do withoutor Irresponsible Teenager Treat. Trick Americans and I Bache & Co. believes the mind 100 pounds of con i I'
Uy the W.rd S P,M. Pr..ioui D.y. By tke Inch: J P,M. Previout Day manufacture for themselves. same but the base was increased Treat Communists.The term outlook for the mar. minutes
legal Not ac S P.M. Prt>ioui Diy Sunday Edition, De.dl.n.: Friday Recognize Stagnation to $3600, or $38 per Dear Editor, United States pays 44 per ---

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: Despite fire year. In 1955 the base was increased That once great nation
pre.electlon our cent of the cost of UNICEF and
Ed ) P.M. Thgridiy. Monday Ed,'icn-3 P.M. Friday; to .
Sunday en. and Friday works, the measure probablywas 14200, or $42 per has advanced along In Ui decline receives no benefits from it. WSIR Program 14,0 1
Ed.on-Noo. Selurdey Wednoid.y Thursday
TueiJey year In 1959 the base was OIAL
not much different than and fall is more and more Communist countries receivebetter
E"I-I, f.M. Tw. Days in Advene would have been taken by VVll. raised to the present $4,800 in evidence by the widespread than twice as much as the Mi Mutual pew, +a 3u 20 Mutual Values for Nerve:; ListS'

Member Southern 101...."."., Publitkiri Allocution, son's Conservative predecessors rate but the percentage was disinterest of Its people In its pay to UNICEF In aid. The few 1.08 Home a. Huhwav ,3 good Florida

Member Florid PrtM Aiioci.tian had they and not Labor still at the original 1 percent national affairs The large donations made by Communist 4 4c.SO Want Mutual A NOb" t :' ''iond Your Forms 1 :1 Gard.1I

TELEPHONE CY",... I.miA won the election. The stagnating Thus, as late as 1960, the take number of people who shrug countries are not In convertible 140 home Mutual 1 a New Hwhway, ; ?.t. ktu art: ton T.U.r
effect of from the individual 00 eweB
stop-go government eco. was only their shoulders over the vital currencies and must thereforebe 6 pp tl '

nomle policies had been recog. $48 per year maximum. hsues at stake In our times Is spent in the countries which cab 'day ;: Polk c..unIJ p' j8 Jim tGreenhe BShur

For Today nlzed by the Conservatives in The year 1961 was the beginning most shocking donate them for supplies and I I a8 10 Sing Mutual Alone I Aiwa ; lU Mutl: Newe

Thought 1961 and the first steps taken of the upswing in per I view with disgust the In. personnel B..slnaw'nrld r 10 z',00 Dirk Mutual Eyrlrh N..Show.

revitalize British Industry and centage of earnings In 1961, dividual who Is afraid his em Can you beat that? We give to I. 1&'II Van Patrick News S1wrto iii 01 B.v.rly Stark Show

"And He (God) has put all things under lChrillt' / exports.A 3 percent to a maximum of the player will show disfavor If he their countries and get nothing 1 28 Fla. Sports 1u 10'. Dick 1 Eyelets Newc hOW
national economic develop. $4800 Income level from UNICEF and the small l 108 Wall I Atnet R.pnn Mutual
or $144
he Indicates a loyalty to a candidate Dick & 'rCh Show
be ul )
and (appoint'dJim to (
( ,) 6 10
gate ment council attacked bottle.
1962 was 3'/t percent, and 1963 not to the employers like- amount of money that the Reds 818 IlluNe.hbore it 10 Mutual Now.
over all things to the Church which is Ilia body the necks in the transport and and 1964 (and 1965) the jump is the bus! give must be spent In their coun, T 00 Fulton Lewis Jr 11 05 Dick EyrICh Show
Ing; or employer or the Star ;.1 IIV: Mutual Newe
fulniss of Him nho filltth all in all" .>//t. 1 22-23 building Industries. Location of to 3% percent, and In 1966 It nessman who fears an express .trlea. Our forefathers who built 7 718 21 Tonight lpollllrhr In Florida I 3S D'ck Eyrlch Show
new industry was encouraged in this great nation are probably Mutual News
will jump to 4Vfc percent 7 10 Mutual Newp 12 IIJ
What a magnificent statement, that lie who diedon such the ion of his choice of candidateswill Beyasd the Stars ft.mooft
lagging areas as Unless machine doing spins In their graves be' T 311 Mush
my .. ,, a Grove Mw.
his i' Farm
cost patronage. Mutual N. 1 o
and buried in Joseph's tomb is Head Northeast, Scotland and North. cause of the ridiculous things ware < 100
Calvary, was this wrong I see that the maxImum Such attitude smacks of the aOS Club 1490 1210 Chi with the Sherll!
ern Ireland. now engaged In. 1 d0 Mutual News 12 18 Fulton Lewis Jr.
over all things. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett Old stop-go policies were amount a person could Russian way of politics, and Indicates How can you mothers let your 30 Club 1490-Nshlbtal 12 x', Sav 1\ With Music
have contributed into the system and 0 00 Mutual News t2 30 Mutual News
abandoned. These had consisted a children collect money for a I OS Club 1490 12 38 Lawrence. WelkI
to date ii
of credit restrictions which only $1,428 for yellow fear of standing up to be cause when the leaders of this 10 Mutual N... 12 43 Top of the News
himself, plus an extra $1,428 p 311 The World Today 50 Today In Florida
News Chief EditorialsThe slowed spending but at the counted. cause have sworn to"bury you" 12
he 00 Mutual Newe D..unatlon Music'
earned for his who ski
same time halted Industrial ex. employer I attribute the recent loss of The UNICEF funds received this tg News i.. Weather 1 t 16 WSIR Editorial

panslon and led to widespread In turn contributed that amount an account to my stand in a year will no doubt be used to mill f0 10 SloFlorida aft 18 Obituaries

Decision Was Made unemployment. Running undera or $2.856. This looks like s far political discussion, and frankly the wheat that LBJ sold to Rus FRIDAY :t BD Musle From The Classic.I
OnMorislnS 3h Nome a Wlh.a
from I
minimum of controls the cry the 10, 20, or 30 it doesn't bother me one bit. sia. to Span nNe. Mutual! Newa

Winter Haven has been chosen as the permanent country showed surface pros thousand" claimed by Mr Tanner Conversely I am proud of my Why don't we Christian moth :{ 00 o8 Guud Mutual Mornlna.. i ,8 Hem. I Highway

site for the Polk County Junior College It came after perlty and unemployment fell customers who have firmly con ers send our children out Hallo : 3D Mutual Newe 1 l0 Hom.Mutual News
to around one per cent. I look the trouble to do one vinced themselves that their ween to collect funds to send sa Florida News a Market 1 M Mulual SNHichway
of hard work the
of tremendous 40 Good Morning
on part a K
many years But the problem of outgo other bit of research regarding adherence to the opposition group to Washington to get prayers 100 Mlltual S... 4 nil B.om. a HI h.a,

number of people. The whole college idea was sparked over Income remained.The his letter He claimed to be a party Is right. That's where the and Bible reading back Into 7 05 Goo: M..min. 0'11 51st Shop A Job
Reel 4 40 Swap
by a Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce coiligc: effect of Wilson's first Republican I checked the Re. greatness In America lies the schools? T 7 IS::10 Good FI.hlnr Monllll 00 Mutual News

step will be felt both at home publican registration lists for I here publicly state that I Not a One Worlder 7 3(1( Mutual News '> 01 sing Along
committee some 10 years ago, and it followed the and abroad. U.S. businessmen the Greater Winter Haven 138 Florida News a Wealh.r v 311 Mutual News
area, refuse to attach impor Along
more 411 Gad Momlnl 135\ Sing
tedious step by step processes of bringing the school recognized the need but felt less and found no John Tanner tance to the profit dollar than to Dear Editor: T 55 Minting Sports Revl.. sue World News

to the county. Then the problem of bringing the schoolto drastic measures would have To wind this up, I have one the future well being of my I am so proud of you for the I flo Mutual' News I a 01 15 Trading Boons Roundup Post
a (14 II'SIR Editorial
sufficed.A reminder for had in the
Winter Haven which would come after it opinedin Mr Tanner Sen country. At such time as we courage you printing 1 III Mornlnc New. Rouaduo a 20 Wall Street Report"
move to review "prestige"projects ator Coldwater voted for the must register fear in expressing things for which Barry Gold 1.18 Gvd, Morning
temporary quarters at the Air Rase. could have a dlsas. increase In Social Security water stands for I am In accord
preference in candidates
a ,
trous effect on the 1,400-mlle.per.hour benefits with him I think need
The hassle over the site sprung up for no gold| the present recipients we'll all be closing our shops. we a
jet airliner being de. would be Teddy Roosevelt soft smile
reason whatsoever and delayed permanent planningfor with France and affect. receiving now, exceptfor I am proud and pleased that
veloped the and stick to
fact that the Administration a bring our
almost eight months. That of course is history Ing the jobs of 80,000 workers. insisted on killing the \;' e Barry still have Goldwater a choice, and mine !beloved country out into the ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAl

Britain has closed
and bitter history at that. There still will be some down the gaseous diffusion bill by lacking on the medicare Hank Corsmeler limelight so we can be respected .

problems connected with the finalizing of the whole plant In which it manufactured amendment again all over the world WDIO.TY WFLA.YY WFTV.TY WTVT.TY
G M. I am going into my 90th year Cleaned 4 Channel I Channel 1 Channel' U
matter though we. don't expect too much tumble to Its hydrogen bomb material, and'i hope ffiPfPe: Barry Gold. CIS NBC Ale CIS
Dear Editor
and the new attitude also would
develop. Philip lierkovitz has agreed thnt he will seem to forecast a change in Dear Editor: In the Tampa Tribune dated water elected\ pug.; new President Orlando' Tampa Ola"lIa Tempe"

donate some land for a new golf course to place] Its participation with the United I read carefully the editor 102464 I note that the Oct. Z9B
Mrs Andrew
the present one, as did Dick Pope and his Cril'nd1A Slates In the operation of Po. lals and letters to the editorIn Democratic Party of Hitlsbor. Herding SrMemories Thursday NIGHT

lads submarines.At the Daily News.Chief. It Is ough County is charging thata
choice will have to be made. home, the Wilson policy most refreshing to digest movie "The Welfare State" OO--N.w. Newt, Sports. ABC News Putty N.W'Ih".'.

Some preliminary engineering studies for buildingon of encouraging modern stream those sound, logical thoughts which is being distributed by O-CIS 15-SIIOh:: News, WYh.r NBC Wesiher News Bat News M..t.rlo". W..ih1Seorh CBS News.

the campus must be made but attain t the-te offer lined operation of Industry well that frequently appear Editor two power companies Is "political" 45-CIS; News NBC New Bet M..o" CBS News
could run into opposition from John

no great obstacles. This particular site is so far nhe.id: both Industry and labor.Almanac. Lopp Rynerson, and such columnist letter writers This, film has been shownto 20 YEARS AGO 100-Hunlieq; Car 54 GLnn Reeves Maverick

of anything offered in the county that time was really -------- as W A Berry come up with thousands of people in this Mr and Mrs E II Huntley 1 15- end Fishing C. 54 Glenn Fiinhlones R..... Maverick Maverick
1)0-Th. Munsleve Bus Stop The
no comparison.. Winter Haven is going In make u gems" of wisdom based on state since being made in returned and Irom a trip to New 1:4S-Th.: Munslert Bus Stop Th. Fiintslenes Maverick
York Pa
wonderful home for a fine collojte. facts of the past and present. 19C2 I strongly disagree that Philadelphia
10 YEARS AGO Mares
Oo-P.ry Meson Bus Stop The Donne Pe"y
have similar
Praise should be !"iven n host of ll'ol'le| uitli as By United Press International Other papers this film is "partisan and poll Florida citrus Mutual I l5-P."y Mason But Slop Reed Show Perry Merro
fine expressions of thought tical and I will be dismayedif .
Today Is Thursday Oct 29 was "moderale'enlhusiastl' :" IO-P"ry Meson U ItrlJae; Mt Tree Sons Perry
Al Davis executive vice'president of the Chamber of ,
that can only be labeled true the commission membersrule Mnan
the 303rd day of 1964 with 63 about the prospects for the : Muo" 0", Kildare Mt Three Sons Perry _
Commerce ; W A. Berry Hunter H>'ei', Howard Sands Americanism. such
to the
follow. during current .
growers Oo-Political: D,. Kildare I.witch.d Password
James RejnohU: Merrill Giafton; J. 1\. !lays, Albcr, The moon Is approaching Its There Is another man of the The Democrats have charged season but warned them not :15H'do": Bury, .,. thdare! I.wilch.d p..wod

Griffin C of C President Arnold Silveit and farmer now phase same caliber In his thinking- that the film follows the to expect too much it the be. IO-Poli'iul: Political P.v'o" Place Politicol

The morning stars are Jupl. Barry M Goldwater stand taken by Goldwater ginning :45-: Goldwater T.I.cut No.2 Goldwater!

President John Carpenter. Members 1 of the City Com ter, Mars and Venus It's a pity that for every because the film attacks the S YEARS AGO
mission directly connected with the Llckgl'oUIHII'k: The evening stars are Saturn true American who speaksout spread of big government. William A Berry was elec. I O.Oo-TIt.10:11-The Defenders Defenders Perry Music COIIIO'Hall Th.Desn Jimmy Show The The Dalesden

included Major Hughes Steele, Commissioner! I Dick and Jupiter.On with logic and truth -. conflicting government agencies ed president of the Citrus I OIO-Th. Defenders Perry Coma's TI,. Jimmy Th. Dehnden
this day In history: there Is a multitude of apathetic and trend toward socialism Debnd.n
a Center Boy's Club 10:45-Th.: Defenders Music Halt Dean Show The
Dantzler Tom Turnbull, J, I I1. Hill, Virginia! l'oloyMiller ) In 1918, units of the German people content to be fat, This is thu reason the

I and Willard Frederick, each !giving time and fleet at Kiel began a mutiny In happy and dumb. Democrats give for attackingthe I 1100: -Newi News. Spt, Wtr N.v/ilm. News Sport
II IS Se-orti W'he' "".h. E'lo".1
: To.iht Show Etor.l W ther "
effort in working out details. Then the communitygave with demand the Allies of peace negotiations This same condition was partisan label, and one The Michigan Department of .II. :JO-The.tr. of Tonight Shaw Ute Show Thundoy.

its tremendous backing at the pol's' -this \a-: In 1923, Turkey became re present with its in"panem the Roman et Empire circus"food would would be think smarter these than Democrats his Health was the first state .II. :45- the Slave Ton,,a>t Shaw Late Shaw Night M.v*

truly community effort for which rte nil will be public ( and entertainment). In If this Is "partisan" it is by health agency to distribute
In 1929, prices collapsed on blood plasma to hospitals and Octe 30 1\
eternally gratl' ul.Technical the New York Stock Exchange, those times there was a man chance only, and it was not physicians for civilian use Friday MORNING

advice Kcnl stock named Cicero who tried to planned that way When this
was freely acin'lb> members billions of dollars In were
7 00-Almenet "AM'Newi
awaken the dumb Roman : Tedey Shaw
of the school board' Superintendent Shelley wiped out. herd. His words were utteredin 7IS: -W.keUp Today Shaw "A.M."

School Board President! Jr. In 1940 Secretary of War Henry DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS 7:10- Movies Today Shaw Mcki., Evans "A.M."
Boone A. T. Race Claude Stlmaon drew a number from a modern phrasing at San '
7:45-N. Wthor 'AM.:
Today Shaw M,ck,. Ev.".
Ridley as well as the lute John Calvin a bowl, and the first peace time Francisco when Barry Gold 44 A military 23. Command r

draft had started.A water said "Extremism in 1. Big Ben hat o .:OO-C..i" Today Show M'ckio' Evans CacIalesits ,,

the pursuit of liberty" example 4T Fencing toe K..oo Today Show Mickio Ever Kangarea

thought for the day Mark etc Goldwater Joined illustrious 6 City: Fla. swords dog 1lo-c..i" Today Show Carseeseille Cul.i"
The Lighter SideBY 11. Hearsay DOWN 24 Uncivil- :45-: Kaegaroe Today Show Cartoonville Kaneaes
Twain tw
said: "On of the most company (Cicero) when 12. Lifeless 1. Stuffs : a

striking differences between a he too was vilified and slandired 13. 2. Enticed 25. Ego e:00-American rednv's Movie Eeer"e. The Mil.i
cat and a lie Is that a cat has for having the courageto Spheres 3. Foreboding 28. People I 'a ISHillery; The Adven < .' ,->,villa Osii&0. '"'*
of action
DICK WEST tie and elected one Madison only nine lives," ':10-Romp.r Rose '.'.. efTem 1104,. Magee Th.Mil.
such truth.
United speak a 15. Let It stand Against n'
Press International Marsh to the Indiana state leg. -------- : n r f:4S- .", ,,., (eon Sewyer Mr. Magee Douglas S'
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Islature. It wasnt long before the print. 5 India ape Fr. o' r '

childhood story that made the "In those days United States dictatorship reigned In Rome. 16. Male 6. Brazilian or Sp. '' 0 00-CBS Newt Tommy K.lly Spanish lessons Th. kris
( IIH;.4C.O KH'Tlin adults descent: Ymta4ay'e A..e h'v
palm IS CBS
< 0 New Walt. I'"nu D >
strongest Impression on me, elcted the Cicero's truth had fallen on Spanish Leiieni
by re.
give or take "br'er Rabbit. senators were CHICAGO (UPI>-The cura- deaf IT. United T. Handle La. 10'JO-I L... Lucy Whet This Price li I Right I Lo f ...'
specllve state legislatures earsI States g. Encountered 27. Flashy 31 God 10,45-1 I ) '
tot of Amphibians and Reptiles eve Lucy 50.,1 Pnca li Right I lava u2II
the about this _
was military
one That the Indiana l.p.la.turf wonder" how the dumb -
year HI the Chicago Natural History Army: abbr 28 Ship-shaped d..e of
messenger whose horse lost a deadlocked the five ballots Museum American herd will fowl when 19 Tellurium: e. Make clock volcano: I :00-Andy of Conc.ntretloH Get Th. Andy .'
the Chicago
shoe nail.It In trying to elected aI nit. d aye area they taste the chains of slavery ym. believe 30 Takes Haw 5M.yb.ry:I f'oncenfnNen 1104....,. M.yll"\1
had a sort of litany that States senator Is remarkably rich In reptilesand because they were too 20. Senior 10. Goes to dinner 39. A king 11:30-Th. Reel Jeopardy Mutinq Lieu Th. McC: ,H

went like this the want amphibians, considering 32 Music note 11:45McCeye Jeopardy Milli.! Th. McCp
: "For Delegate Seltches content to see truth and logic Deacons: 14 Soapy of Judah lion _
of the nail, the shoe was lost. "Delegate Marsh, who had hl'Itar north It Is themselvesthat abbr. water 33 A twin U. Female
too busy AFTERNOON
of the the 21 Extinct IS. Therefore crystal sheep _
For the want shoe been elected by a margin of
Robert P Inger In an ai tide they've never had It so
horse was lost For the want ot one vote, switched on the sixth bird 21 A measureof 34 Accwnu.42.. Surface of 12:;00-&... .1 life S.yWn., Father News. Woa'..*
m the museum's Bulletin, Who will our Caesar be? late
good 23. Female fowl medicine
the rider was lost. and thus : malenal IJ IS lave of life S'k, toM
the horse, ballot, broke the It* : Sty When farm.
the said! that within 70 miles of the UBJT HUH? 24.Cones of 22. Tomsk. 34 To travel 44. Negativeth..d 1130 Srth far Tmrw K.ews Bed .*
For the want of the rider elected Edward A. Itanntrgan to Truth ., H.Ne P.. Srcfc' T
message was lot,. For the want the U.S. Senate. center of Chicago live 10 speciesof 1 or communism's designated choice by oxcart reply 11,45-Gwidieq II.M C.n..q."CI' Picker, S. d," I .h
talamanders. 11 of froiis. IS 1 wound on
of the message, the battle was "Two years later, Congress of turtles but commissar spuWles2S.Dispatch I 1'c--- I :00-Sifl Talk N. ,. h.rt. of "
lost" And so on. voted on the admittance of Texas ot Miakes, and 10 ; Or Is it that the dumb I 'lftwIT.k;! Matinee Movie io- .ra
oral:\ three of lizards "We evidently ", .A W..ik.rUO The Mid Lose o'
This story Illustrates what to the union. The House was northern American herd will stampede 26.: Outerlayer -W.id Tame Let's Make M.sici. Wo.'d or, -,

might be called the accidentalor for It, but the Smut dead are beyond the against power and glorycrsied o'.J .w I .4S-W.rld Torn A Deel E.. fiebgr n Word Y. ._
limits Usards Inger
most ,
Incidental theory of history. locked 29 to 24. Senator Ilannegan Ljndon Balnea Johnson br d .

Which Is the theory that great switched his vote, broke said and his dedicated socialist 25 Requirements .. 1 08-Penward Deb. GIN* Vc.nt; frieeNewill Pe.iwo'J
t (I3-Parewerd .
chance the lie and Texas became a .mate Hubert Horatio r %i' :? Oo G.Hi *. Pass.oral
vents result more from running 1 ,
: -Haw Poets fke pr'
0.. ...
the lane rep. HeMi.
Inner explained 20 Infrequent Def I I. Cart
state. .
than from grand de. | Humphrey l" 4 u ., 2 4 >!.....
happenings In m Thompson continued the and amphibian population I 30. Vend *- Perry The D....., Day I la Coors H-" "r _
for that miracle
signs.A more modern example of the Senate deadlocked again hrrr probably stems from Chi of I'm American hoping awakening for 31 Newt H b .. 1'00--T,. Tell Tnrfh. A...."., World. G.n.ril 7TT.:' '.>

Incidental I con. this time over declaring war on ra.o Junction of several ell- 13. Soft 1 IS-la Tell W. Ao,kor Wrl4 Hou t.I Y.. rl r..'h
accidental. children .
the sake of -
newslet. Mexico One again Hanneffan mane and vegetation soneanot the your covering I. U >> 3 3ft-(dae. .1 Night Ta 0..'t Say The y. Elge 0": >, ,:
be found In a .
cept can cast the deciding vote. And and mine. forth I 4S-Edge al r- Y.. Dan't S., Merrtodi Edo. ol N i
week by Rep.
out this hand
ter put P. J SuUiYtn J. w
Frank Thompson Jr., D-N.J. from that war the United Sates 31 Mother: 4'90-fecret Stores Match 6e", a Tr.itm.it.r; S.c.1 ..'.

Thompson sets forth the the. acquired the territory from joined the union, Lyndon E. eoUoq. H '4 a 4;ii-V"*' **_ Mooch Game T..iI......., Soc'.t S'"".
that the nomination of this which cam the state Arltona. Johnson and Barry M. Col dw, Dear Editor >> Front ay 10-U.cl. W.H t.... |It Trtltmetter" Sara"'

eta year's presidential candidatescame Had It not been for Shoewak. ter could not have been nomln.; I... the Democrats: now use 34. A gratuity n t'i'.i. .. -mt-/h II 4'41.d.f r.i Ta looser Tr.itni.it.r; S.o.....a' _
home. ..r'. vote, which sent Msrshto aled for the presidency thli ST. Knave of
of a t'M s
about because the slogan "All The Way With IOO-P.: Pte.. Tk 6'
the Indiana Lloyd Seek. M.I.
year. club In too ... *
made ballot cut 121 years ago legislature Marsh LBJ" y ie 'I' v 1:1"' -*.*.. '..."... n...... Skew ** Mif'Sggrtt a 6.
hand could not have voted for Harm Thompson says the moral ol I 31 A fibber Se.Kenr ,....
by an Indiana Shoemaker.farm Can, and Hannegan could not 'Ibis Story U-: "Co to the polls,, AU the way te what? With the 40.American .. e. -- *I:4STC:10-leer...N.... Tli Thoda* LUyd Wtk.r '>" Yi'G't
In Skew
Henry control It weulo'appear a
named lliioor.n.
Indian Newt Ea'tgrigl
have t
Shoemaker's east the totes that led la a.' i and every vote eounU1'

"In 114'. ballot Mr. WAI ruled Texas and Arizona Joining the Yes, Indeed. And also be sun,, national to ruination be aU the way to our 41TownOar.: : .. ., ..* *rrgin |ck" .dl., .,, MaN; .*; ky tk. hbvisiM, .ra. .::

hom.-mad. officials," union. h' ''Ml TOUT blacksmith foi 4S.8ld. of sad .'. sob,Nc4 vas ,happy (4 ,?, '':.' : .-
vaUd b rThompson election And li those t' William E. Morris a room t .: ei *? ) onset ... clea"ts"Bete .-
wrote, "It broke a two states had ai checkups. 4l i* tki* NNdu.es: M i bl* l.i pee


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Thursday, October 29, (1964 Pj Fwe

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< APE KENNEDY ((1 l'fl>
T I. 'i'a( in raft set h.t I 1'.1 I. k
c'mwaid'' I Mar nest! \1' "k
I 1l.ture 1 pletmes si, ,
.1.. II features nil I tho o .
t; 'n, Martian .11 rrac,', rt e '
:1.' do It, the i I.hy 1
r:: :: ) at[ .nc>' said Well! "" ((3'
r t.J: i. Mariner probes will,
r-. ) nplete, the most dial i
C lit tii' manned space 'ii"I''Cn i '

\. t attrn!" pled by the llIlte:

'1Pe StstEu'i i of t h. sophlsM!\, atd
ap: ,raft cariles aturlctolo
*1 '. 1 J.Inera rigged 1i tako up
'j'. tJ pli"f''graphs of Mar $ shin
I / t i:its the little planet next
: ,' Jut J ctrl: a 350.Ulan.n llo TR M.N AND ...:ITFIN CN '3 Eaa 11111 l rr: i,:_ :t..t I:n ,. .
I y j 5 of n. :PI'CC'c.: :J t ;::7Ilv\: fred wish U I 1 : :1.. ,
r %":0 ",.' ..pound Mariners also of Ai'r, ,'. ilture Orllle t'reur:: -:T r ''.i G' the dl ci!! 'tilc r ::' VII :P.; I
ar> ( spotted to measure I tail plane: .it Belle U; : Je Airport tu: In:pe;:' Florida' "'u, ,r ji"1 1 c ':; !I tIc j I'

at 3|:netle fields and sparo --- --
1 dart near: the red planet ant, to
c- r 1:11 h the Martian atmosphere Chicago Fair
+ T.': first of the planetary lBJ Keeping

p ,.s ts scheduled to be Closing To
laun, ',,'.1 Nov. 4, with the tecr .
STARTS CANDY SALE Jeff Steorts, left, selling the first box to principal of Westwood t'''d !.Blowing as early as two Be ObservedThe
II i Junior High School, to start the Candy Drive which will be held Oct 30 through Nov, 0 for the clays later. The launch period Close Watch
benefit of the School Librar Fund, ends In early December with

the, next opportunity coming In 30th anniversary ot the V
lato 1966. closing of the Century of Pro t

t a If t the Mariners' planned' On SteelLOS gress, the Chicago World's .ili
of 1934 will be observed R7
paths are achieved, the spacecraft with a r sIt +
till pass from 7,000 to commemorative program It
I 10,000 idles above the Martian ANGELES (UPl-Presl. Lakeside Villa EtfilNt Bulldtillalnes ,

c Sur iiace between the Mars eqiia dent Johnson Is keeping a close\ City, tonight" at 7 4.

tier and s"nrth pole.Election eye on the steel price\ situation. o'clock,
lie was undtrstood Wednesdayto
---- ---
d The ,,,
feel that It would! he very Exhibit PulWlngooiit.il
r- ,difficult now to )Justify further a huge display of suthei IK
Lull Increases In steel prices. relics and mementoes of the

Wall Street reaction to the fair a. well as a miniature
; r's report of Johnson's Interest was model constructed with arm' tl
swift. U.S. Steel's stock price pieces from Die fair bulldli""
,1t Hits New York
plunged $211 and prices of
The program will luepreaeut
moat other big steel producersalso
ed Silas Fung host at the
dipped but not as shart'!ly. t
Johnson.. Villa and creator of theexhil
said to sharethe
Stock Market appraisal Indicated In For who Is the Century Progress
most avid fan
m..aln&8 for November
that the country's econonn now
M WORK (VT1)) A few Dwight Wallace of Lake
has ample momentum to sustain PPL ON DC PLAY The Kwtk Chek stores! .
Wall Streeters have been taking Worth, who was a fair execu celebrating
s advantage of Its advance until at least live, will speak .111:01 Apple week added a touch orllo.lal! II :Ith an Impressive:
I INNIf In stock market a pre-election acuity to look lull ml I.IMS But It was Indicatedthat There will I I. movies of the dI51)lj,' ror, : -.- ,: rt ha 11' the kitchen II ..1C'1 1 time II' II s' ,a

at that might happen to the President's einnon!<' sir, and musli'al perform I. a de ..J. 11..1: I, j In the dll': '! t the ()Id. fashioned: I
some time after the mon.yr.les bal. advisers suggest that futihei I hy local people A reception tl I C."I' I Ut ,. I 10 '."b II kit hr.11 I oci popular bet"re
lotlng Is done action bj that time may' bo1MIC..ary. the VIII.', main building will dill' built II; +,'UI Ir! ,a, h and the'rotated 'ooden table 'theilple
That such lull follow f.mlll1l1rd.aIOi; .d. 1 h", 'IllIIlock dell' !Otis
a existed this
Such action would) tnrlude\ week seems to be amply shown ----------- -------
------ revision of excise tax rate.

HE'S NO SQUARE Th:. big, ball-he>::ded mm "It che:kins; a talc:::it. 11. II 'ip It NASA: 1.Ihe slow pace of changes" In due to expire June 30.
o, dd.,iJ :F1; i '.) Ji-i I;;ht renter In Grenbelt, Md Thcie mean: I c,S,.ngi k. nth!" ? ..n. the popular averages. denotes Arguments submitted against r
r.In. .to: h.. : Th -' .. .. me fresh stock splits, earn. a steel price boost now tnclii.: ram 8
I Ir m: : are ml:rowave abioiber dt. i r"J t, ij "i hib, i, "r i Ings reports and dividend In. OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL P.M.LADIES' .
'"t cth r t 're He :n e'ho free environment In the room for I' ting! tea! ,nt IlII" ,,101111 i I t\ C I oases whirl ordinarily would -Steel industry profits ion i
10 t tang In Igral under cuter space conditions. Satellite 'iml!.ir In ttll' m,,,, k lip n.. seem likely to give a bullish the first nine months are 29 pet 1.
being uaed In NASAs .. cent above those for the same
atmospheric explprattonr between F rth nd M""n push to the market In general. period last, >ar.

Steul l UJapetta have (111I.11111 -
The Bache I Co. market let. )
LAWN t GARDEN PROBLEMS? ter early In the week said the creasing, from about 2 mlllhl/1) -.
tons yearly to the current !5 I

; 'Fight E::: Ortho"Feed which ct relatively 30 the Induerial narrow Dow Jones stock range average had In Import million t (trends tone, and continue If present might rr uvJ ,i io

R mo ed In the past sis ...kll" rise to 7 million tons bv 106' I
Steel exports. at the same time,
HOP PINOCENTEn to belief the Issues were "con.
s"II,latlng for what could be a .
This Import Increase and export
si)'i meant move after the elect
decrease spelled a loss of
t Ilan)
NEW about 1 billion yearly In foreign

exchange which In turn affected .
andIEIENOI' Meanwhile, those who are
the balance of
o payments
>speculating on the possibility an ALLWEATHERCOATS
Sensational in' reese In Mte cost of mo IYgfoneralh'
Preeilent' Johnson sail'
Your Roses do net expect It to be was
1e to feel 1 that the steel !Industry
steep nor do they anticipate
Is able to finance
theModern that It will choke off available now furthei /
Take the yellow fund supplies. plant ixlernUallon: and Him
"red .. "-' make Itself more competitive i 111
au In comment on the market
out of ,
your the worll market place.
79C lehatior, Edward A, Viner & (
Johnson was said to tie watt t h.
( o 1111' told Its clientele that
1 Q9 98c 159 .. ? ? Ing ,
particularly prelimiuat s
Pt. QP, we fret( that once the electionIs With Orion Pile
moves to revise the
union ware
a <'r, Interest rate will be
raise I, ...especially\ Britain In. contract sulject) to mwllfualitv "" ZIP-OUT LINING
JunIor 1985.
< r eases Us bank rale

1.GAHO.G $4 e9Y I Peanuts Help Man Reach 100 1198

ORTMO oNO LIQUID FERTILIZER . lull'11 vwooo UPI) touts IIIch was asked whHhnhad m "
ire' h I,. who figures peanuts con. gone downtown v> Mf.'u,
i 2nd GALLON ORTHO-GRO 1.1i ''JIId( to his long life, celt.I to see President J"IIIIMIIJI' "
t .01 I area his 100th birthday today motorcade: 1 Corsair Poplin Laboratory Control
LIQUID' FERTILIZER' and,, I owe he'11 vote net Tttes. "I'm damned sick or list.t u
.Isis Ing to the a political spins I
Certified Cravcnelte Finish
S4.99CHLORDANE : firm voles for a man of Ms one of them, The only thug sas.as.I
SAVE $4.97 ears said today celebration that would attract me U a Reversible

Ir" would. be limited to the family Shakespeare play. mare n.., c
Hut on Sunday, my daughter, hobby I understftnd. Hamlet K
: 1 PROTECT Mr' Harold D. Brown, who going to be on television, t apott l ALL WEATHER
; TA'o lea with me, has a party from the real stage plsy I I'll 10'8LAST
1 planned at the house for the 10 to see that"
1 YOUR .. DUST 5% family and a'..., neighbors" Returning to I h. polltual RAINCOAT
Usi Sept l 7. when the Los wars. men said:
:; etcValue Angela city u.rll.ored "'!'m going to vot* I firm(
1- tq
ACI i It i. h. he a"rtlluled .his long life know who I I'll vrrfe for yet Tn

ANNUALS sneak 'fo eating about an ounce and a man I wantM) tr ,,*. for wan 2 DAYSFAMOUS
ill "l peanuts free roasted Rockefeller but l f tot. -Ude't 1,, ite< a
.. when, t h. ran f M then-dally, rhsnre ao "III ha> '" '". lip t
I r pad Press Internationalra r.otnJot1"JlO) fo' c,.0I1'W1I'I "rand -
59c -.
29 ,mitted a feetvre story I don i 'II" t"" I 4, btu
v. -11. lAG
k"n4 toLL 101 lit Kith at that time roln r('",i-* "I I I''i 'I', 1/ Pherway. I e e

LIMIT THREE, PLEASE. I received pants from Ala. .' 1 /
I t t.am, \ irglnla Florida ,t got
'" 1.19 hen treat % been of them
Ml. DICK ftOODI OP THI OtTHO CO, lcll, I don't .know. what to do'ith CLOSE OUT

\1\ 2' ll. 101 WIU II ON HAND HIOAT TO ANSWII item all." be said lugh. I.'" Ol'' SurfaceIf
e nglv
1' : How many birthday c aria ar" NO 'OOODMCAVU -
got loads of Mrtr,'U' Travis DuPont Fabric

arts." be ...... "I! one list
got i OH Mi'lt TIM IIAVTVo "
KILL UGLY WEEDS d.S before you celled special rl'). Tel mult *rra cri wit Dacron NylonJERSEY 588
Bugsplants liar ,'
3 Old he get one from Pre.u
PAT:os. WALKS ROSE dent Johnson' <

J2:; INSECTS "Son* from Presldem John runt 100' Dacron Polyester AND 688
I ion or the other tv> abate his tJ ;
i OITNO "Use & name, Htisinthsl no Goldwater.I'm 1"0'0 rl: 100*'* Nylon ONE AND

I eery dtMtfwssted healbVt" .
DISEASES send me one." :J.- Cotton Blend TWO P1ICI

TRiox I ISOTOt q 10.OLlastia [jJ STYLES

I Wes..- Collf.i" Jet CrashesTOKYO sua e JUNIOR MISSES
L Sge.ea Dtwrer IOUSN

!. 1.49 Fore F10S Jet flgMer pine 1.. ... *.W. '.'.4t .." --to.re
DOT t crashed \Into tarsi Iud north ofToken ml <.I"ASInMAN C'I..si.|
UNOANfTIOION today the pilot sra> ,_ M .... '...M... 0.-0 '
acted.. .n-. ..-
h" ,'* HJl 01 .eMf I'XJAT'
A:, ofcjeri bell .ed to boo per
ji n.>4 air raft set a farm hate THORNTONFurniture
1 nr- t hut ne, family escaped

11.QT.. 3'0GAL 1 i ox. 2'1 rr, i ,Ill. Co. ALWAYS MORE OF THE BETTER THINGS FOR LESS9b1

N- silo? ii WLVTCR: IIAS'LY Ml root AL N W.

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ACA Camping 1 I 10,000' GOPMembers

StandardsAre ;+ rw I To

Revised Watch PollsTAMPA

George T Costello of Like (UPI) State GOP

Alfred has returned from i Chairman Tom Brown said Wednesday -

week.long meeting of the National that nearly 10,000 Republicans .

Board of the American will watch the polls

Camping Association and In Florida next Tuesday "to try

stated that "ACA, camping to Insure an honest vote count."
Brown said the poll watchers
standards recently revised to
will man every precinct In the
meet growing popularity of state and they have been "tho
camping had been Implemented t
roughly schooled In the proper
In most of the organiza conduct of elections.

tion's regions throughout the! Y "They have been instructed s

U.S.A" t to report Immediately any voting

Costello president of RegionIV Irregularities to the Republican -

and national board member state ballot security officer

reported that over S' Wilfred Yarn, of Tallahassee .
million children attended the ," the GOP chairman said

11,000 resident and day camps He said the Republican Party
has also appointed "ballot i
during the past season. security
officers," who will
Reports from ACA. Family rafi
several precincts and
Camping Federation indicate
mand of the poll watchers.The .
that more than 6H mil poll watchers were lined
lion families went camping In
up because of "widespread voting -
addition to the children attend Irregularities In previous

Inc youth camps. Florida elections and prl.marl.
The American Camping Association + f ; .." and because the state

formed In 1910, Is rr refused to provide special deputies .

dedicated to furthering the Interests for the polls, Brown laid
and SAFETY AWARD The Birds Eye Division of General Foods received a Safety Award
welfare of youth from the Kemper Insurance Safety Engineering Departments for a vear free from accidents

and adults through camping FFA Discusses in Its Engine Room yesterday The award presented to Maurice Falu; center manufactur I

as an educational and recre- Ing and engineering manager, by Ray Barnes, Kemper Safety tnglneer: left. William E, Marsh,

a'lonal experience. right, foreman of the engine room, was on hand for the ceremom .
Among the many services ttTr

rendered by the A.C.A.. in addition fi4

program to are the leadership rigid standards train- ( ScholarshipThe New Switchboard System Imperial FFAMembers

courses for camp directorsand WinterHavenSenlorHlgb Tour

staff studies and research chapter of Future Farmers of

In camping and related America held a program on Installed At City HallGeneral Cattle Ranch

fields, publications, guidance scholarship Monday night at the .

In campsite developmentand % t' n t Agriculture Building. Imperial Future Farmers ot
other services to campIng Bert Gerber, chairman of the Telephone Co. Is now proximately 38 lines and, during America Chapter at Westwood

leaders. s J y2, scholarship committee, presented In the "process of Installing Its city hall office hours, an operator Junior High School toured a
"Camping Is playing a vital a panel discussion with Lelch 40" system In the new will be on duty to transfer local cattle ranch yesterday

role In the education, growth r the help of Duane Whltmer, Winter Haven"City (fall, the calls to the proper party. and six members were given
guidance counseler at Winter The Lelch 40" Is a cordless
Every department, with the
and the
development of children opportunity to judge beef
--- --- Haven High Mary Baur, Eng- switchboard which Is expectedto exception of the police, recreation -
and cattle.
the phenominal growth of BIG OTTO The Clyde Beat v-Cole Bros Circus opened a one-day stand here today lish and Humanities teacher; expedite the connecting of and fire departments will
camping In the past five years and Mel Edwards of the Florida calls to the proper departmentor be reached Three classes of show Brah
with performances at 4 and S p.m.onthe circus lot on Cypress Gardens Road under sponsorship through one number
hat precipitated some vital of the American Legion. One of the big attractions is Dip Otto, the tame hippo, shown with Its State EmploymenlServlcestaff persons desired, replacing assigned to city hall.These three mas were provided for judg
concerns to the socioeconomic trainer, George Schaffer, The panel stressed that the the six-button system now In departments will keep their own ing. The FFA boys who took

structure of our society," traits of a scholar are self- use numbers and have Independent part were Terry Bradbury,

Costello stated."Overcrowding. discipline, organization, and The new system contains ap- phones Wayne Blackburn, Gerald

and the diminishing Junior College Now Moves manent campus for Polk Junior dedication to learning. It was The new system will give Brooks, Dan Dorr, David

public land College. pointed out that colleges greater and facilitate Hodges and Lewis
and water expect U. capacity Tomlinson
(Continued From Page One) course as the site after It was Eaton Park This contains students to be able to S, Action the handling of
areas for camping It causing express telephone calls by The Winter Haven Area
Since the school board hopesto recommended a large hill and several
another smaller
by sur.
a rapid Increase of private themselves and their actionsto Is Protested allowing as many as 16 slmul. FFA members will have an
get construction started by vey team last March, made a ones formed by previous min be mature and responsible. taneous conversations
camp facilities. Many are excellent next summer, the city has on motion that the board, "Accept ing operation. Half of the pro The group agreed that there I.a Is In addition, It will no longerbe opportunity to judge shorthorn

but some leave muchto ly a few months In which to recommendation, and name the perty would be usable for Junior school (not necessarily a WASHINGTON (UPI) The necessary to determine In cattle at Smith's ranch to-

be desired In physical setup act on its "statement of Intent Winter Haven Golf Course as college construction with a minImum college) for every high school State Department said Wednes. advance which one of several morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock

personnel and expert.once"he ," which involves findinga the permanent site of Polk JunIor of preparation. Utilization graduate and that a student day It has received four pro. numbers listed should be dialed

said. location and building a golf College" of the remainder appears should attend the school that test notes from Cambodia over by the person seeking Inform
The meeting was held at the course questionable unless considerable suits his abilities recent incidents along the South. tion. Instead, the operator will HavenitesContinued
Association's national headquarters After a momentary pause, site Improvement Is pro east Asian country's border with be able
in Martlnsvllle. Ind., County school officials and Watson seconded the motion, vided. Part of the site is on FLORIDA STOCKS South Viet Nam the to transfer the call to ( From Page One)

and Costello was commended those at the college have a and every member voted for It. too steep a hill to be effectively Here are the 1 p.m. closingson The proper Installation department is being or party set ter Haven from several stand

for his ipeclilitatton In travel target date of September 18ai The site still has to meet utilized as it is, and part Florida stocks as reportedby A spokesman said that U, S. up to coincide with the Issuanceof points. We asked about 50 businessmen

camping trips both In North the opening of the perman, minimum engineering requlreinents. of It where construction wouldbe Francis I, duPont and Co. diplomats la South Viet Nam new telephone directories from the com:":.unit)
America and Europe. ent campus Out this is tenfa-', relatively simple ts belo... Air Control 27 were' Investigating the facts and whtrh will be out on: Nov. 1ST1; what th'thought about offering

Costello operates the live, and Certainly the earliest the level of the small lake on Tampa Electric 29V considering replies to the pro. After that, city hall's telephone the golt4'ourse free of iharje.
Camping Caravans from Some think the opining Chick said, before presentingthe the property, which would present Florida Telephone 28 teats An American\nllltary ad. number will be 294-3551 for all They were unanimous In their
Is three years away Instead of recommendation, that, "The a real problem with water vlser was found dead after one departments recommendation that1) do
headquarters In Lake Alfred committee was aware of the seepage. Plant Industries lie of the incidents and recreation except departments.fire, police, this"

two.The golf course was recommended previous survey The com "The uncertainty of toning After yesterday's school.

Campaign by a five man site mittee, except for myself, had and the apparent cost Involved board meeting when (he board

survey team from the State Department not seen the previous report" in planning,, developing, and New York finally voted to accept the golf,
Continued From Page One) of Education headed by until after the deliberations and constructing a Junior college Bryant Burns DisagreeOn course, Chamber of Commerce

was In favor of Social Securityand Charles E. (Gene) Chick, assistant recommendations had been campus does not Justify further President Arnold Silvert told the

accused Johnson of killing director, division of administration made. consideration of this site for the board, "We are completely 01'or-
a bill to Increase benefits in theIII't Stale Departmentof "I would like to say," Chick permanent location of the Polk Stock whelmed and pleased with this
Congress Education. continued, "that the preparationof Junior College" ReportNEW How State Will Voteon action and plan to work to make

Sen. Hubert II. Humphrey, The report said of the Winter the material for this survey Thornhill Road Eighty this the best junior college In
taking his Democratic vice Haven offer "This is a very was excellent."I acres is donated, 120 acres to be the United States."
presidential campaign to New attractive site and has the potential am pleased to see the purchased. Over half of this YORK (UPI) Midday Farrls TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. the Increase. "it's a reflec. Silver added today "I feel

York City for the second time of being developed Into a Interest In this county for the property has rolling contours stock prices: day with Bryant disagreed Thurs. tlon I have received- not sclen. that the Junior college coming;

this week, characterized the Re. beautiful college campus. Implementation of the Junior with alternating high and low American Can Co 43 H torlal nominee Democratic guberna. tlflc-just a feeling I have after Winter Haven Is another Indication

publican candidates as "jingoesand "The area surrounding the college I hope the consolidationof areas which would present a American Motors 18 over which Haydon Burns talking to a lot of people." of continued health) grunts
American presidential candl.
Sugar 19
loud.mouthed antUcommu.nlsts property I I. coned In the effort will be toward makingthis problem In developing. Part of % date will On other election matters, for Winter Haven.
who would risk nuclear two highest residential categories the best Junior college in the area is swamp. There is noonlng. American TAT 68 Vi get Florida's electoralvote. Bryant said he would vote for "The college," he went on,
annihilation" of the City of Winter Hav the state I'm sure It will be." Approach roads will American Tobacco 36 V. most of the proposed constltu.tional "coupled with the hospital addition

Following his appearance In en. City utilities. are available The survey was made Sept. handle limited traffic, and there Anaconda I Copper :5744 Burns, mayor of Jacksonville, amendments going before the Citrus Showcase, and
New York Humphrey plannedto at the site. Access 15 and 16, the report was held Is no Indication that these roads Baltimore Babcock I Wilcox Ohio 40 36% predicted Sen. Barry Goldwater, the people at the general the possibility of a major league

fly to Topeka, Kan., before streets are equipped with street up for various reasons until will be enlarged. The property Bendlx the GOP candidate, would carry election. He said his opinion team having a spring training
winding his lights. yesterday does not fall within fire or Corp. 4444 Florida was divided on the proposal to
up campaign for a Burlington Industries :56 by a slim 1 I margin. camp here all help to give us a
the night In Denver "This site is located near Chick said that the report police protection area. There Carolina Power l Bryant, who has been holding extend the road bonding power better image to help us attract
Light 40%
Last night at a rally In Fair the geographical center of the considered "statistics relating are no water or sewerage facile Chesapeake and Ohio> back a prediction In past weeks, of the state for additional years Industry to the area"

fax, Va., a suburb of Washing student population to be served to population, population trends, ities. 77Vi said he now believed Johnson "Probably I'll vote against It, W. E. Rynerson, who was
ton, Humphrey charged the Access by highways to the City- school enrollment, transportation "Expenses Involved In ..It.dev.lopment Coca.Chrysler Cola Corp.Co. 132:59'- would l win but I'm not sure," he said chairman of the Winter Haven
GOP had of Winter Haven roads both and the creation of He said he probably' wouldn't
turned the campaign Is excellent. systems, ( present Colgate-Palmolive Co. 48Vi' Bryant told his weekly news Chamber of Commerce Junior
Into a hate fight run by per. Access to the site from the west and proposed), Industrial necessary services maybe very Continental Can :53 ViCurtlss conference Johnson would take vote for or against a proposal College Advisory Committee,
Ions with "puny little minds north and east Is good within dv'lopm.nllovernmental high Indeed. The purchase coatis Wright 18 the stat by about 100,000 voteson to tax the first $2,000 value of the group which did the real

and dirty little souls" The the City of Winter Haven However services, and similar factors" reasonable but compared with Douglas Aircraft 30V Nov. 3. He said he reachedhis Sarasota County homesteads for apadework that brought the college

comment drew cheers access to the site from the The report reviewed the findings donated and developed propertythis Dow Chemical 77/4 decision that Johnson was school purposes, exempting to Winter Haven, was elated
GOP vice presidential noml. south caused the committee of the site team concern > site Is not too attractive. Du Pont 271 ahead about the time of the from property taxation the next at the decision.

nee William E. Miller continuedto some concern .Morning (raffle ing each site, and In each case Thus, this site is not recommended Eastern Air Lines 38 lie Southern Governors' Conferencea $5,000 \aluatlon.. Bryant said "We have been firmly convinced
campaign In the Far West, to the elementary and high stated the conclusion of the as the site for the New month ago. the experiment would be helpful
Eastman Kodak 135% ever since the city com
with appearances scheduled at schools is heavy. .If the Junior members The team's description Polk Junior college Ford Motor Co. 59 "It's Just a general feeling," in looking for solutions to county mission made the golf course -
Coeur college Is to be located of each of the other Cost of financing problems, but It was
D'Alene, Ida., Tacoma, on the sites Jan-Phyl Village General Electric 87V4 said Bryant, who also said he available that this was an Ideal
Wash. Salem and Winter Haven Golf Course and Its conclusions were as would run from $383- his usual policy not to vote on
Ore., Santa pro options General Motors 100 had been looking at polls that location for the college," he
Barbara, Call, perty, serious consideration follows: 800 to 657000. The propertyIs showed Johnson's strength was matters of a local nature to said. "We
General Telephone SS'i are naturally pleased
Wednesday the New York congrasmanbarnatormed should be given to providing Auburndale The area Is centrally located and access Georgia Pacific Corp. 56% some other part of the state, that the state team and the

ready access to the property planted In citrus, Is gently rolling is good. The land Is undeveloped. Goodrich Rubber 60% school board have seen It in
through the upper Midwest and from the south Such access appears to be well drained Part of the site ts low and < the
Goodyear Rubber 46 /fe Soviet Rulers same light, and that the college
Plain states, ending with an should avoid the downtown area and Is quite attractive. It Its use for building purposes Gulf Oil Corp 59U: Launch will be located here
address Wednesday night at the and the streets serving the is toned In the highest residential would be questionable. Considerable Illinois Central 59 "It Is now our responsibilityto

University of Montana In Mis. elementary, Junior and senior category In the city, has expense would be involved International Harvester 13 see that Winter Haven provides
soula. high schools. utilities available police and In development and improvement
International Nickel I4V4 New Attack best cultural climate for
"It{ Is recommended that the fire protection Access to Au for use. On NikitaMOSCOW Polk Junior
International TAT 56% College to grow
burndale from the Is "This site as offered Is not
Junior CollegeContinued grove property, excluding residents county Johns Manvllle $3%\ Into one of the greatest In the
located to the south of I good, but access to the site It- approvable because of the relative Ute
(t'PI- and
Kennecott 93% Th. nation.
Copper Krem. I am sureour
( From Page One) Ave. O, be purchased If the I sell is poor. high cost for purchasing Un's rulers The Communist sources said that
Koppers Co 56% today launched people will be proud
site becomes the for Junior a Mallnovsky played a
Gov Nelson Rockefeller. the and developing personal
permanentlocation "In consideration of the advantages site Kroger Co. 32% new attack on MklU Khrush.chev. ought of it to give it even.
one: Robert King High one; for the Junior college of other alternatives college purposes. Liggett & Myers Tobacco 45>/t role in the ouster of Khrush.chev. Assistance toward that end."
Dwight D. Eisenhower, one; This would provide for greater iviiiabl at this time, this site Lake Alfred This Is a 450 Lockheed Aircraft 37W J. B. Anderson president <,(

William Miller, one; Norman utilization of the northern area is not recommended as the site acre site, half of which Is low Lorlllard Tobacco 45' The new attack came after the Downtown Winter Have

Thomas, one; Robert McNa- for Junior college purposes, for the New Polk Junior collg hammock and unsuitable tar Louisville A Nashville 14 Communist sources disclosed ,Four Council, said "I think It's fantastic '
"The site Is recommended construction. Much of the other Awarded
mar, one; Everett Dirkson ." Monsanto Chemical (2 Mi that Defense Minister Rodlon !"
Claude one the permanent location for the Barlow Air -The land half Is grove or groveland. Access MaHnovsky took a direct "It all falls like r
two; Pepper ; Base- utilities Montgomery Ward 4SV part (Continued From Page One) Into place
New Polk Junior Some
Martin Luther King one; Mai- College. is level and well drained excn" Is limited. National Gypsum 43% la Khrushchev's ouster ample should," 1 lie continued, "after alltbt
Approval of the choice of the and some police and fire protection carry all of the radio
FredLtnte.tey t for a few acres In the 1 Paramount Pictures 5614 dtaeuMloM and repercus
and Dr.
X two
com ; The Soviet and television
state team was practically automatic are available, but lim UDlOI\\ suthorlU. programs In taw
southeast corner. The site has J. C. Penney I31Pennsylvania I think this is the Ideal
Uvt world
one. as all school board members ited. The site Is not a gift. magazine Kommmlit ar plus several hundred
streets and utilities. The can Railroad 42% spot for it. It is something theeMfre
Asked to name the most Important had pledged to vote for the didion Estimates run from $400,000 to cased Khrushchev without thousand telephone calls ....
and continual utilisation Pepsi Cola Bottling 50 Vt comity can be proud of.
Issue In the campaign. mentioning him taneously. It is
recommendation.Chick of over 1500,000 and some question by Mm of used extensive.J "U
the sewer system withoutconsiderable Phillip Morris 78 they put It la the middle
118 said civil sighs; 102 said was on hand In person exists as to whether theowners rumbling leadership and one J for range oftftdllc MM ertssu*. of bunch
Is 52 :: of
expense quesnoiuhi Phillips Petroleum % weeds and palmettos
man rule.The .
foreign affairs; 52 named extremism to present the would sell at all.
report to the *. The buildings serve Republic Steel 47M looks like building a *"">'
47 said nuclear board. The board "After assessment of the advantages Masrs and Lasers have been
; meeting was ul'AI' a temporary facility Seaboard Air Line 561,4Sears Kremlin ttful house next to a Junk: yard.
leaders the
and said states called to order and limitations of the trying most significant elec.
weapons; one 1:30 ester for The golf
one junior college, but would Roebuck 121% to dampen down trade rows Is tile perfec
of Lake nuelsm from development .
day afternoon south of the City the
and Chick site
rights. waa ITf' put for
scni for Sinclair 52 the
disadvantages long W college
Burns received 160 votes Immediately called on to present r" ... planning and the tdplasm Alfred was well as the other Socony Mobil 16% foreign Communists of i Kfcnwh.eheva translator vttfc a potential "It! is perfect because <* the
the report.He site alternatives available, this removal, eadedtalks equl la Impact to that of .
and Holly got 121. Votinjc for 1&of the .>
construction. Experiencef"s the Southern Company 65 with visiting f retch Commu. clear fUslon. bad, tile beautyenthin
their candidate were 191 students reviewed the board's request shown that to redevelop site Is not recommended Southern Railway 63% nlsts today. The French delefa. The print was (. That spot Is not ideal

while 91 said that they then mentioned the sites hcthtim! ;ts very costly. The IocallontorlheN.wlblk7tutlotCollege.." Sperry Rand 14% lion left by plane for Parts. Towaes, Basov aad awarded ProkhoroN to 'tn. a cli course. What the cit,
surveyed, named the five committee pro >nu i i Standard C41 V4 needs to Jo aivl
voted against the opponent. industrial complex X.J.) 18 for their "fundamental now is sit down
The gals gave Johnson the the members, and then read roni'.reiai, activities are win t Studebaker 6% A French Communist source the field of quantum electrontes work la lay out a real food golf course

edge In the presidential voting unanimous recommendation recommendation"it Is the of Junior harmony with the site for a NlRSf:1.1fI'ft4TOft; Swift Co 54 said the delegation went home which has led|* tilt on.t...., paper--.-,..telly- plan for- it."

casting 47 votes for the this college campus. Texaco. Inc. 90 "very satisfied with Its talks toe of oscillators aa 4i.e It
committee that the Winter "After LEXINGTON Kj tor careful COII.lderattonot Union Carbide Corp us'4 A joint Sotet.F reach Commu.nlst Sets based
President and only 41 on the Maser.LaMff .
Haven Golf Course hone incubator"
be only "baby
approved rte > LAUREL. MA fon< Srt.den.
Barns advantages and dlsadVinujt V.!. Pipe 20 communique was expectedto principle." -
Goldwater. They gave as the permanent site for Polk ,, Is at Spendthrift Uetico Denmark
Rubber 51t New Zealand
of the Harrow Munlcl- V.!. % be Issued Ul-r. Prokhorot
a 49 to 37 edge over Holly( Junior College." F The Incubator. with 43 ts tte dlrwlor
.1) im specie earn
;: Japan
vtawn 1: site and after temper C.S. Steel 58% then the French delegation of Soviet and Hunsar
The men voted 97 for Johnson Board M.mberW. Ralph Dur- i h'l+i with other sites avail- ) humidity. temperature and Warner Bros. Pictures 18>4 left, tile Malian "ommuntst dUecailon science. Bow pByslcaUmatheaiatiru b*'* had one starter in thWanhtntton '
and 121 for Goldwater, and 121 Lance of Fort Meade. who voted able >h. committee does DOt oxygen controls. was designed Western C&loa 31% began c ued door talks rector Both, 41. u depwv <&. D C Internatbnsompared ,

for Burns and M for Hotly. with Race to name the golf rtc K end this sit*U the per by owner Leslie Comb U. Westlachonse Air Brake 39% with top Kremli leaden physicists are radto. to l' lor Franc wf
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(UPI) -The Italian magazine's summary said. 1: ND .
weekly Espresso today published The personality cult is the _
what it said was a summary term used by the Soviets to da-
of the Soviet Central scribe the abuses of dictators.
Committee Indictment that re It had been used most frequent ,;
suited In Nlkita S. Khrushchev' ly to describe Josef Stalin. Lad Size! 12 IBs. 11" (diage meas.)
ouster. Espresso's summary laid the
The Indictment was deliveredby Soviet Central Committee had
Soviet theoretician Mikhail called Khrushchev to task in
A. Suslov In a five-hour speech previous meetings and won his Dad GENERAL ELECTRiC
to the Oct. 15 meeting that promise to reform. "But with !
brought Khrushchev's dismiss the passing of time," It added, 0 Pi'KC
sal. It has not been made public "he Ignored the application of
by the Soviet. Leninist principles with culpa. 1 16" Portable TV
Espresso's summary of the ble negligence."
Suslov said
report it accused "The greatest damage caused
Khrushchev of violating collective by the personal initiatives of A t
leadership, bungling In par. comrade Khrushchev" were in \" Layaway Howt6 -
ty work, making 111. advised the fields of party organization, ." f.r.; -- --
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Industry and agriculture, and acid.obYOU < : While SelectionsAre
tending toward the "personality 4 Please '.
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Espresso a left wing publication
which Is frequently well-in. EDMONDSON Tex, formed on Communist affairs, Farmer Funk Zeleny can
said the summary was obtained thresh 30 acres of wheat In a : 1 I Sportsman. :
from "a reliable source In East day's work with a steam driven
Berlin." It had been prepared tractor and threshing machine &l $100 $1299
for circulation to Communist pride of his collection of antique ,
party officials in the Soviet Union farm machinery 1 ,'
the publication laid. Zeleny uses a ton of soft coal DOWN '
"The Central Committed ot for that amount of work from \ Use i
the party had noted for sometime the 191(1( J, I, Case steam ttat T
In the conduct of comrade tor and Us accompanying 1909
Nlklta Khrushchev repeated model threshing machine It Holds Your Choice c) OurLayaway

transgressions and violations of takes 125 pound of pressure to f f.
the principle of collective leadership diKe a 129-foot belt to run the 'til Christmas.
together with the reap. contraption, \ !
pearance of. .attitudes typical Since 1915 Zeleny has been a
of the personality cult," the farmer In the Texan Panhandle NEW
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Doctor.; ]}/ Like To Kwnv From 1\\\N\f\\\ \{ N((1 0 CHRISTMAS{ SPEAKER SPEAKER

MY DAUGHTER li I six years during these episodes. Never Small Appliance Now/ LIFETIME*
old and has lust started sthool. chastise her.
Ever since she has been CIRCUIT
an Infant Your daughter's teachers
she has held her breath should be told all SECTION BOARD
I about this
until she turns blackish-blue, condition so that they can beplred I'' / I _
Even though the doesn't GUARANTEE
the surprise and be in a 1
to have a bad temper. this hap. better position to control the I Layaway Now =---
pens when she Is cross or angry 'attacks' if they should occur 1
with one of her olavmates. MY at school As

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Unflavored gelatin has beerecommended AS /
won't be thereto I
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help her. Do '
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I you could think be due this to treatment of gout and rhouma Rlrt ,+'rs SEE THE WHOLE PICTURE
tiara Does It really have any
a her heart! 1 value?

live In constant Mr R L., Illinois

I I mlrht fear that die dur-she Dear Mr. L.: A lot of peoplerecommend IN I COLOR
a lot of things to slot
Dr. Coleman Ing one of thesespells.
of other people to whom

Mrs. F, C K. West Virginia they are devoted. __
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Dear Mrs K, It Is hoped that Unflavored gelatin as a treat MMO
will be ment for gout and rheumatism y ,
you immediately reassured
that the condition you has not been one of the great ** 4 'Replan
describe la not due to a bad scientific discoveries of this or SlrockgEvery
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past experiences 30,000 AJ//e<\
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have a complete physical can actually be harmful everyone 99 1. ('ompl.t.aliln! front end 9 5 rI
examination for your daughter The advances In relieving from UP 2. snd Correct toe-in ramber" raster 6 .

to rule out the possibility of a these conditions have beegreat. n 3. He'll repack front .1.i.l ..-t.0'.."r*> $ ,
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attain their objectives by Injustice by delaying the beginning
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Psychological factors most' the Jurisdiction of his When they
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CHOICE I Z FOOD STOMCU All I'ore* major I* dated early dl,In't at> anything. But they
I YOUR :- r I COMPACT KM DEGUt next ).tr to pilot the first smiled! their thanks at the little(
l 4, fRUlUl.I m.nnenllht! of America' fellow who was wlnl bothered
t I I two-isater. Gemini ar>accrifUntl In their behalf.Peace .
I I Ptitict lor limlliti who ilriidy !. him a*co'|,Hot,If prei. -------
""" WE 'HAVE GENERAL ,EsRJjmwnmiimiHWK I hive i li. /r and,wet mars ant plan hold., will b* Lt.
room lor Irish looJIII Marchers
Cnulr. John W, Younc I ,..
\ 13 tu (It' Net VulLmi.
ELECTRIC FREEZERS y.ar.oM Navy filer.
I I For .th. United StallIt, will Are EjectedMIAMI
'R EF R IGE RAT 0 RSlv -.-: \, t b. an historic event, (ha t.(ln>
,, I I $299Ti nln| of a new chapter In apace.
IN ALL SIZES TO FIT MODEL TA J44V flight I.adlnl up to the Apollo (UPI)-Flve publicityeoklnc -
-a, pr.j Jeff to put "ntafl on the) peace mirchen, landlocked
EVERY NEED. IIo"n., : lIter I 24-hour iltlnaboard
a We-ln.e.|') at the Martin Co. their confiscated boat,
UULJ LJLk..f k.I L.r61 V U L.1 here Grieaom and Youni In tried to figure out another wa)
..... 'tad. the Tlttn-1 rorktt to let to Cuba Thursday
DIAL 1 n *hl. II wa* built to boost (him Th. five were bodll) eject) *!
from the Miami Beach Coat
-7 r-- into\ "i bit. They found It 11J d.
., .. Ail diiaaom, aid,, "Titan la Ouard that late Wedneiiay
TWO WASHERS IN ONE i-i ii DEFROST I UREFRIGERATOR 'VII'< about 14 hour after hilt boat
Ofllrial vf (the National Aeronaull wa* aelaed In Dlacayn Da>.

;:::;; WITH (r' <'N awl, Spare Adminisln, The 24-toot "Spirit "of Free-
;:; ;;: MINI-WASH SY3TIM! lion (NASA) .ured reporter dom" was Hoj'.wd hy a Coast
\ at the Inaiwctlon that the Gemini
l.x' All normally hendwishobtis, Guard cutt.r awl l towed to baae
program la movlnf along .
delicate fabric,, lingttle after the peace man her* an-
VALUE PACKED FROM fail and everything look fin. ,
I nounc! they wars aalllnc to
aheer ttocVingi, ecu for a aueceeaful kickoff In the
xa+avtonratktdlr tn (lire. GENERAL ELECTRIC! earl month of "... Cuba In violation of the UJ.Ir".1 ) .
f /l ( ban to the Communist
; Electric Minlotvrw k, '
; ral new l i. 9> why la Gus Crlaawn .
botkft. U worV with[ G-C'l Flltr( I r "tx,lher.'d"t Any epeceflltnl la,
i t! FIs7 ry. non eves xtdly j 'f. FOR SMALL KITCHENS... of nurM, I daitferoue unler, m.mlMtu o( the New
for bIg 12-lb. t teed eev. ring a .' taking. Hut Qua la ua.>l to dancei York-basil Commute fur NonViolent -
h*. .f vabing oc/ion.Tnrly f. SMALL BUDGETS! ", awl It wa* ubvlott that he Action refined to leave
two xisben hi .. ,. hat rorcilel' cwi/Uwce: In his their boat and the alt In war on.
: apareerafl and rocket Lat Wedneiliy, i.In brawny
L/ ', .. $ .2.Wnh Spee< . 3.W.." (Only 24" Wide! C.nneom and Your( are what Coaal eual' men, acttnf on
,;. 275 Cycles 2-W.iH Tempere. mF r U known a* the "prime" order from Washington ejected
'. crew Training with\ them la abarkup CrMt Enar, SI, Chirafo; Peter
: 'u crew arc aatrootitl Oreconia, SI, 111v.r ton, Or..,
a Bit 12-Ib. Family Wish. C.- r ill W"Mh frrr/i I" Waller M. Srhirra Jr and Marvin DavMov, 31, MlnneapuII ,!
pocityFomout ti I" ( Ih' ( I"ill<- t I" i ,1f 1 1i
,, Thnnas P. Stafford, U anything' *; Motiert Clapp:!. 21. Perkeley,
a Activator* W..hl"' i, I II,' .p"(,, -' ,
Week . hai pena to Qua and John be- Calif.) sod Bralfor I Lmle. 3Wolwitown .
J Ndn "
Action "i # ,
two,n now."'" neil February' Com ft. o'n" the boat
Filter-Flo* Sy...*.e I "' I c> ',ir '" .I.IDetergent I'' ,
. v nr Marrh, WillyIf. Tom will and the >aae.Seven
Dispersal r- N. I ,, t* rea On* rr.. i* a* fit awl ready
Model WA 853.5 aa the other. Tiley work to. Duval
g.'th.r a* a four-msn team
$ Hut everywhere they |0, Old
r 6988! ani John fet MM epoOHM County SchoolsDisaccredited
while Wally and Tom "ataml
ack" and look on.
ihi* atrlkea Gut Crlaeon a*
unfair. awl It *xplal i* why he JACKSONVILLE (vtn! -
95 is "bothered."U there I*eompe' Seven Uuval d.unn schools
$ tin, a i among America'* aetro.n't have t>en 4liac' it tern little rei lute Oupartment of Cdu< atlon,
219 s )Mane to another sort ofr It was announced W..tn..ta.
:1 I petition which ba omM The Loa of acrr ntainn wan
l. primarily I lo lack of .
11 ifeal I* t dllf.,.*. walk oT e /
WIT II'!'" every four year whew poll. Clint e" tilted teacher, ac' ,ordla -
n.' ft. |i a nation\ tor of .....1101I Inn Ouval

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j, CK ',i laeow mil fly
lu i thp r.rlUr" awl \the The tc'1IaoIt with lust aeerlj.!
I Just i ,Blanker t for iytH. MOT lallon wen Eat Jackaonvlll
DOWNWith $ S a' -1If\un\ "i Mm and Yew* EUmawary, A. L. Lewis. Eta
NO MONEY 28 ..
tI) ar; w ScMrra and. Itaffwd.ii m ry P. Llv..10II.8alol.
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W/T 1'.,* ",., fit M are a t.a.," tarp WIUPHMM ElementaryJiMUor .
M <,4i l, a4 Mmti .a.. te4lKl Nigel ami. Falrfiell tie-
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up to 36 Months Pay FAST -FLAMMSS COOKIHGlB "Watly Md Tom" Gus Bald, 1110' IN WINTER IUVLNI

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on G-E Appliances, and TV f" with Automatic' Heal C
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NEWS-CHIEF, Thursday, Oc!, 29, 1964 Page 10 Youngsters Today Central Christian Church Circles Meet

WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CNIEF The combined missionary clr Mrs. Dean Butler, president, given by the leader of each group

Citizens Tomorrow des of Central Christian presided over the business meet. and officers for the coming year
Church, 3100 Lake Blue Drive, Ing. Devotions were given by were Introduced. Leader of Cir

.__ _ ..__ .u met Tuesday evening, in the fellowship Mrs. Clarence Gerber. cle No 1 is Mrs. Bernice Norman Earl
ball, with Mines Group A report of the past year's ; Circle No. 2, Mrs
No. 1, as hosts work and accomplishment was Lone and Circle No. S, Mrs.
David Ackley.
Mrs. Emma Mote gave an
Impressive report of the actlvl-

Hospital NewsWEDNESDAY'S ties of tile sewing group. Both

c e a new and wed clothing have been
eat to a number of mission
: Eagle Lake fields
a, 3 'ga ADMISSIONS Mrs Lillle Bodkin Mrs. Delmar D. Debault readan

witted by BiLUC CUtSHarrellTanner ,t Winter Haven Auburndale Interesting letter from the
.',"'>",.""-.0... 4 { +,( &J4Ye l Mn Corine Norwall. Miss Mrs Hazel Broxton, Miss church's Living Link missionaries -

Jaf Karen Rosato, James Lister Joyce Burgan, Mrs Bertha Mr. and Mrs. LoonieMings

Jr, Mr. Rose Marie Primm Cauthen Baby James Dailey of the Osaka Christian
Billy Joe Watson, George Lake Wales Mission, Osaka, Japan, thanking
Francis Snyder, Mrs Nishla Mri Clare Hewett the congregation for a special
Lou Anderson, Mln Anjabne Avon Park Love Offering and a tape re
The marriage of Miss Jac- Mr Tanner attended Edge cording of a Sunday morning
Elizabeth Funell l 1, Harold Master Robert Nix
School In Orlando.
Harrell water High x' worship service
quelyn Kay daughterof
Mr and Mrs C. L. Harrell He was discharged from the : Cook, Mn Nona Bobet Mrs WahDetaJamel Special mention was made of
of Lake Wales, and Arthur B. U. S. Air Force In April, 1964, Lonnie Murrell King Harvey LeDon O'Kelley the coming of Mr. and Mrs.
and Is now attending Florida Jackson Richard Charles Lake Alfred missionaries
Tanner, son of Mr. and Mrs Jack Pennington,
A. Bowen Tanner of this city, Southern College in Lakelandand Homer. Mn Thelma PalmerDessertBridge. from the Rhodesian Christian
Is being announced today. Is also employed by SemInole Lake Wales Mission who will be speaking at

The wedding was an event of Sales and Equipment Inc p Mrs Marion Sharie Cop the church, Sunday evening,Nov.

October 17, In Bainbridge, Ga. s pedge. Unique arrangements of FIJI. 1st.A
The bride was graduated from ShowerIs qA Waverly mums in autumn coin shades "fall harvest" centerpiece
the Lake Wales High School In Miss Joanne McCullough. decorated the John H. Gray home graced the beautifully decorated
June, 1964, and is now a fresh. Given For Auburndale last night, when Miss Margie table, from which refreshmentswere .
the fellowship
man at Georgia Southwestern Mr. Elna Lou Bruce, Mrs MacCalla popular brideelectwas
College In Americus, Ga. Miss MacCallaMiss Juanita Dean Mrs. Gladys honored at a dessert.bridge. In hour.attendance.Thirty tour ladles

Woodruff Mrs Ola Joiner Mrs. Gray presented the hone were
Margie MacCalla, popular Mrs. Mildred Tice oree and her mother, Mrs. Cor
bride-elect of Win-
don MacCalla with corsages ofchrysanthemums.
Haines City
free Jr., was honored at a pan. .
try shower Tuesday evening at Mrs. Catherine Olson the
Bridge was enjoyed during
the home of Mrs Ralph E.Cham, WEDNESDAY'SDISMISSALS evening Miss MacCalla was presented Deliciously' different, candid,
bers. Mrs. John MacCalla was See our dupliyl None better
with a lovely gift by the
hostess. Winter Haven mede. Try onto.
B hostess. Also ear our tine, line ot
Arrangements of roses decorated -" -- Percy Berry, George Guests Included Mesdames

the refreshment tables and SUGAR N' SPICE Is evident In the household of Mr and Mrs. James E. Stone. With three Childs, John El wood, Miss Petri Robbins, John Snively m, curd and unusual rtrt: Items

OnlyLYPate the place-cards featured dainty beautiful little girls like, Sandy, age nine; Candy, age eight; and Sherri, five, there Is never a Janie Francis Jones, John R. John Hart, Harlan Jamison, Alfred Ned lefhe
white wedding bells tied with dull moment. MacCalla Charlie Megginson Estes, Don Crowson, Jim Mrs
greenery and white rlblon.Love. Melvin O'Qulnn. Miss Jeane Gray, Jack Rynerson, Mason TheatreDewstowe'

ly yellow gladioli, yellow and Around The Town Mrs Huge Wurl 2306 Ave. Elma Parks, Miss Mary Eliza- Wines, Molly Lewis, Tom Thayer Mrs,

bronze chrysanthemums were nue E, NW, returned Tuesday beth Perry, Mrs. Mary Snyder Pate Snively, AI Hays, Ken Wiser { Seeveess
Sh i
used In the party rooms.
oppng Miss Sua a n Elaine McCutcheon, Frank Wallace and edl sO
with Naves
from four month visit
Corsages of rosebuds were
Days presented to Miss MacCalla and Miss Bertha Munks Chemist her daughter In Appleton Thompson Miss Gerllvn Campagne.

\ her mother, Mrs. Gordon Mac Wise, with friend In Illinois,
Calla. with her son in Philadelphia
Guests besides the honoree Pa. Mrs Wurl reports 'That the 'Gue4e
I Christmas and her mother Included Mesdames Is Here On Official VisitMiss "coloring of the Autumn ses ftet CELEBRATIONThurs.

W, R. Abbott, James A. son In the leaves, trees and
Abernethy, Paul Brown, R. K. countryside was absolutely
Frl. Sat. Open 8:30 a.m. 8:30
Cooper, Clark Davis, Robert Bertha Munks, Chemist, Division: of Chemis breathtaking
Eastman, Garner D. England,
David Gildings, Howard Gould, try of the Florida Department of Agriculture in Tallahassee and
Mrs. Iva Lou Papworth
W. W.lIardman,Al hays, Harlan is visiting the Division of Fruit and Vegetable Mrs Ola attended the
Jameson, C. R. Lewis, J. D.
Inspection in Winter Haven. While in Winter Haven Florida WCTU Conventionat
MacCalla, Howard Myers,Chester
North, Roy Rosell, Durnham site has been the guest of Dr. George Westbrook, Mrs. Daytona Beach this week

Stokes, Fred Wenzel and C. S. Dailey Moreland and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dennis.The Mrs Preston Duncanson ac -
Time Square DOWNTOWN Wilson. companled five Y.T.C's to the

LWML of Grace Luth White Elephant sale article convention. Prize winning posters .

fran Church will have itt reg are wanted for the Brigham sponsored by local unions
NEW STORE OPENING ular meeting tonight at the School Halloween Carnival all over the state' were taken
and first prize In Florida was
Parish Hall at 8 p.m. Anyone according to Mrs Jack Watkins
won by
desiring transportation should chairman. Anyone having
Winter Haven.
SPECIALS call Mn. Lauren Suit, CY articles that can be donat
3 6789. ed for this use, may call Mrs
Watkins Mrs E. U. Mason or
Dull and Hobby Show at
t. Hen I h outhentfurniture Brigham: School Halloween Mrs Dallas Abcrcrombie. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Schalble .
I styling In have moved to this city to
'"""' t 2)" contolotto televiiion Carnival Chairmen are urgIng Mr. and Mrs Peter S. Maiso mike 'their permanent home. .Pa fiEf P"RII"J
who has dolls
\ In your everyone have returned home after The Schaibles were former i .- y
and hobbies to please bring ruSwoRTIr'
choice el Content.perory
\WESTINGHOUSE spending about ten days withthl'lr of Tampa. Mr.
residents "
7\\ Itilien Provincial them to the school auditorium, .
Peter M Mazzeo In of the
lon editor
Schalble Is the
I '
INSTANT ON or Early Friday morning from 1 to '
I Amrrie i an. Ana Washington D.C where he Is Florida Grower and Ranch :
23INCHMODEL e e there n* watt for 8:30 a.m.Mrl working for the Department of Magazine R4.rt t

.picture and found Agriculture at the National /WJIor. d'

..__ ) ea IsrenhOn I TV. George TKcrnhill Arboretum building .:', ; ,,
;: -- comet on f rit ..w.try chairman, is reminding the .
time. 'Syttemt member of XI Lambda chap

Cod.d. Chen 01. ter of Ucla Sigma Phi torori. NOT JUST ONE BUT
sure t.treord nory St. Joseph's REGISTER FOR THESE FREE PRIZES
II1760Wilnut accuracy un ty of the Halloween party, "ri
Grain Finish' on Hardboard m end lound,Fplca.turer day night, at the Jan.Phyl fire Ill
111 wide range .pu station at right o'clock. 5 BIG 1, MOTOROLA FM.AM CLOCK; .RADIO.
or, keyed. Autometis 1. DOMINION ELECTRIC HAIR DRYER.
ONLY 22995WT Gain Control George R. Child has bee Report To No Obligation 4. UOICO COMBINATION I ELECTRIC CAN
and Improved. I hF Nothing Buy OPENER-KNIFE SHARPENER
dismissed from the Winter
amplifier. St. Joseph's Guild held II* t Iii I. NORTHERN DOUBLE leD, SINGLE CONTROL
New Woitnghouio Haven Hospital October meeting this week at Just Register AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLANKET,
Mr. and Mrs Jim Scott and Father Anderson Hall St Ann
Vuo Timor rn. k o I
this unit itend out their daughter, Cindy have Circle was hostess. OPEN
In any group ofcompacti returned to make their homeIn After a short business meetIng HOUSE
can Winter Haven, after a Mrs.Joseph Klump reportedon SALE t
automatically turn year's residence in Washing the West Coast Deanery
( TV "off" up to ton, D.C. The Scott will move recently attended by Mrs.Santo MOTOROLA 19" PORTABLE TV PRICE o
three keen after Devito, Ray Lacert,James Lun 4
'r into home
their 2944
I b o i n q tot "Syi new at and at the Jack Oak, Walnut er Mahogany Finished. CeDinotl
Joseph Klump
t..Co....." Cheiin Elm Street N.W.. next week ey Retail 157.75
Tar Hotel In Clearwater. Mass Average
with 20 KV pie Until that time they are residIng
lure power end In. with the former's was celebrated at St Patrick NO ONI ILSI IN THI Plus Stand 4.95 d
parens. Church In Largo and reglstra HAS HAH
cant On TV oro WORLD ill
Mr. and W Clifford
featured.. Plui you Mrs Ion was held In the Parish Hall EXACTLY IIKI TOURS Steed*
q.t Memory Fine Scott She reported that entertainmentwas MOTOROLA CONSOLE TV

MODEL P-242y Tuning, Channel. by Little Theater Group of At qualified Permanent
View Die). twin I Mr. and Mrs! Alfred N.
Walnut Grain Finish Metal Clearwater. "
on Deluie 21 Cherrywoed (roolly beoutiul l)
Wave Speclilt wo on-
teleiceplng Grl'l'nI ill return today from Smorgasbord luncheon was 5239
209 95. front.mounted.. a two month's vacation in served at the Jack Tar Hotel Byte your heir to.turo Ellsworth Priced $275
ONLY WIT n wide range ..puk.or Hartford Conn., their former followed by an address made by and! eonj tion, decide with
and unv.nl.ntup."nt
controls. home. Father John F. Wells of Winter you on depth ef, woo end!
Park Father Wells spoke on hairstyle; wasted then MOTOROLA 23" Swivel Console

The HMC of the Inwood "The Confraternity Christian blend the 'individual Wave

Bethel Assembly of God Is Doctrine and Catholic Wom that i h pertonoliied. end W.lnut Wood.

4gaqWl having a rummage sale Sat. anon lie suggested be that a "wel btolutoly. .perfect f t Ellsworth Priced $219 $189 e
come Wagon" organized
urday morning beginning at within each Parish. yov There !Is not o hate

eight o'clock at the Sunshine The first card party of the type. teituro, or c.ntliti'R

/ SAltS I SIRVICI Mf\ Market In Auburndale, Anyone season will be held Nov 21st wo cannot were meqnificontly CURTIS MATHES COLOR TV with

U 747 CTPRESS GARDENS ROAD V** having rummage for the eels at Father Anderson Hall, Bp.mDonations Call er come In AM-FM RADIO & 6-SPEAKER
Is being urged to call Mrs Cecil be seen for oppoint.men .
will your
Pisces 23.1451 Not t CvmmiiigV furnlrure Ph... 21J.4011
Stifle, CY 3.4960. All members were urged to *. Ail for a Specialist STEREO HI-FI-Early American 5649 The ClermontEllsworth

enter their favorite recipe for W..*. Priced $749.50 WIT
the cook book to be published -1f

ONLY THREE DAYS LEFT In Anyone early spring.who failed to bring Carol's SAME AS ABOVE only in I

In clothing for the Needlework L
Guild may bring them to the Coiffures DANISH WALNUT t.t- i-Jt
Rectorybefore Nov, 2nd. 5649 .
Mrs Clifford E. Mann leda 160 Second St.. S.W. Ellsworth Priced $749.50 WIT

most Interesting discussion 293-2291
on "The Woman's Role In Pol

r 5.IIt1W.ln"tU"YV 5159 BLANkETS
Ellsworth Priced $119

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IRONS 58"Ante


5.li" Cherry Italian Pro.i"I.1| |
5179 5 II
rya Ellsworth Priced $239 HEATERS 7


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Mah.gaey 5169 $5911

Ellsworth Priced $219

; :? ) ?eIe'( Shoe ox [1I1L1I, ![ : 1 1OOUlillDl)

MATCHING Whets r..AiM S/cs,s with AI'Anl' .....
A VwM & >M_ for Drft+taUeAW.UNCIJ fnsir,_

222 W, CENTRAL AVE. PH W-IOO 29J-4I.4 ....... ....
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AVAILABLE STORES IN WINTER HAVEN AND HAINES CITY aewp..r. *r .ATHII where ye. will key seed **vl I AYL A. N.W. CY 31420DAILY

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mancipation Is Phi Gamma Mu DAILY. _NEWS CHIEF_ ., ,_Thursday_ OCT. 29, ,1964,, Pig. ...II., St. JoKns
Retrograding Holds Ritual r -, 'o:::.. :_"w':_nj Women Have Carnival To Feature Country Store

ccording To British WriterBy The Ritual of tile Badge was ServiceAn

.hold at tile regular mtill oi If like homemade goodlosand The Country Store will be on
Phi Gamma Mu sorority this l..fir.**.lv' CaadMlghtComiMMtM have you an head- tile midway In Booth 13 and Is
seminar, this economic week. at DM home of Mrs. aHrviet' was the appreciatIonmade .
GAY PAl'LEV year on Larry articles and lik* a good sponsored by Mrs. Noah E. Hal.101I'
development of the underdeveloped ..... O/ The Week of Self.
I'PI Women1 Editor highlight time all with good old fashion and Mrs. S. J. Selgler'skindergarten
NEW YORK ( UPI!) The nations Those receiving the degree Denial wed the Quiet Day for flavor, heed for tile Country classes under the
nancipated woman who is The economist writer ia a included MUM Judy Payne, MUM the members of the Women'- Store at UM Brtgham Halloween direction of Mrs. Jack Watkins,
slim, attractive woman with Bowie Hock Mrs. Leah Smith society of t Cfcrlstian Service of Carnival Saturday chairman assisted by Mrs. E.
t Not the woman of today, butr brown eyes and reddish brown Miss Donna Hofedltz, Mrs. Larry St John's M.*odlst Church N. Mason and Mrs. Dallas Abererombl -
(grandmother. says Barbara hair and I quick reply to Dugfer and Miss Margie Van held In UwChapel. of the Church Among the homemade ctolica- *, room mothers. Hand

an!. noted British economist, questions, Horn. Mrs. George H. Williams the, else are jellies, Jams, pickles, made articles and homemade
Jr. President brought and other contributionswere
riter and lecturer She labelled French President. Mrs Peggy Davis announced v message taking for hr aubjeci, candy and cookie For hand- mad by the kindergarten
I Tod\'s woman unless sh*' Charles de GauUe a "mapufi- plans for a car wash on Saturday "Forgive-* Our Trespass mad 111.0\ buy, there Is .
ktremcK' wealthy has leas cent anachronism" who was from DIne o'clock in the ..." Mrs. Williams asked the something to pia\ ** every memo parent -
, ante han her grandmother trying to put "us back into the morning until four, at the Shell question, "In our daily lives ber of the family Including colorful -
be free to participate in Station at Southeast Plaza. do little felt boy and girl pins,
19th we carry grudges at
Century" stuffed toys, handkerchiefs for Th* USCS! of Trinity Methodist
and Prices will be $1.00 i .
( 151.50Plane
mmunity government a an home; at work;or in the church '
taMeto and other Church has announced
lairs because he hat little or Of the apace race betweenthe at Art wt hurt by a word or mn many
useful and decorative handmade that In observance of the
domestic help That holds, United! States and Russia for the preferential tea 4 slight often Imagined' "Us .
spite all the so-called labor she said "I'm all for it but I were presented to the club by should love enough to forgive Items. Week of Prayer and self denial

ving devices in the home don't give a darn who wins it. Miss Janice Williams rush Then we can truly pray, 'For. At the Whit Elephant Sale, a the Quiet Day will be
"Emancipation Is retrogradig The earth I believe i II Just the chairman. The tea will be held give Us Our Taspasses As We feature forever Iftt.re.tllIIlII1. held at the home of Mrs. J
because of all the chores first cell in our solar system on November 8, from 2 p.m. Forgive Those who Trespass where anytime, there are. bar. C. Thomas beginning at 9 a m.
loving in." said Miss Ward When you think of our coming to 4 p.m. at Miss BarbaraMawk's against Us.! gains galore that only a whit Friday morning Ladles attending .
home in Lake ,
Alfred. landwlch
ho in private life is Lady from the amoeba to here, we elephant sale cm offer. should bring a -
Plans for the Chitstmas d yf The service was under the lunch.
I ackcon the wife of Sir Robert must go on"Majbe .
ackson and mother of a 9. dance, to be held with Phi Cam.ma leadership of Mrs.Harry Wiz
j| ear.old ion XI chapter were discussed. ___ ard. Taking part were Mrs. Les The prta of theCountryStor* Mrs. T. G. Hammond and
said that the who the apace race will Those attending included Mesdames Spoor Mrs.Nolan Buckes,Mrs la a handsome school satchel to her granddaughter Mrs. Leslie
She woman
convince more and more of our Larry Davis, Fred Atkin. { l.: Dais Jones, Mrs.Charlas S.Iph be given away Lawn left yesterday for
outside the home is
olds a job peoples, especially our youngerones son, Judy Williams, Leah Smith Mrs, Margaret Wsstfall and
GIher. they
i ven less free than her non. that we have to live in a and Miss Janice Williams, 1 Mrs Williams Miss Phyllis For good old fashion fun there Elberton. *Illnessof
called due to the
orklng sister-and the numberf community to survive." Jeanne Blair, Judy Payne, Bon. Flasher and Mr.K.nn.lhSkln. will be a hickory-nut cracking were
women taking jobs increases sic Hock, Donna Hofediti, nee helped with the preparations game, if you crack all thr** their daughter and moth.
readily 1 Margie Van Horn and Barbara Communion was served nuts with a hammer you win fro Mrs Grady Albertson. who
The solution? A part of it, Mask by Rsvorand William\ Tiffin. first prIM or you win a conaolatlon underwent emergency surgery
aid Miss Ward, are nursery prls. last

chools so that mothers at work PresbyterianWomen -. -...0 nlihta.... F ..."" .
now their children are cared

Jr But she also believes a MeetThe New ArrivalsMr. 1
|oman should continue "leani
and living" even if she's
(ng earning and living" Women's Association of and !Mrs. John Primmare MHs: WILLIAM DAVt looks at one of the columns at Paal- '
the First Presbyterian Church the parents of a son, born beck. b
"I'd like, to lee multiplication
Radcliffe held< its October meeting at the this morning at U.09/ a.m., at
If such centers as the
church this week. Many* members the local hospital weighing
institute," said of Miss Indcoendentptudies Ward. The and friends were presentto eight pounds and eight anti Charm Of: Beirut Told lmlrn II

stitute gives women an opporI enjoy the special program tine half ounces.
arranged for this meeting by
to right on through
I unity go Mrs. Oakley Andrews, program Mr. and Mm. Albert Cop-
ife studying! chairman. pedge are the parents of a Mrs. William Davis
"It Is i fantasy that educa- By
born this morning
ion should end with adoles Mrs. Leon Halley gave the daughter
[ the them of at tne local hospital weighingsix
ence, laid the writer. devotional, using
Miss Ward chastises our so- "Stewardship". pounds and twelve ounces Mr. and Mrs William Davis then they have been diggingup .

iety also for its "commercial of 44T Avenue G, SE are mak bits and pieces of the city.
Following the luncheon in the !Mr. and Mrs. Curtis HUH- .
ration of sex"-the woman alayi ing their home In Beirut Lebanon FRIFII MFM
\' pictured as the glamour dining room by Circle Eight with. ford became the parents tirl.! She said that sex had Mrs. John B. Whitesides chairman son at S::OS a m, this morning where the latter Is with the and it make one feel so small

>eeD turned Into "a great the afternoon program was at the local hospital The Lebanon Frui\ Juice Co. The to see all of God'i'ork Ones have had the co-operation of several Nam.
In the form of a report given tipped the scalesat again w*
alesman." "Oh," she laughed and young man News-Chief:: hfl to share around Here In Lebanon they
Mrs. Culver 0 Spencer
I1 think sex will survive but i is itless by airs Frank Alexander of their seven pounds and eleven the letter received this week say Christ walked The week Brand manufacturer who have given ut timely Spstlsl Buys

interesting if cheap- attendance at the United Presbyterian and one half ounces from the Davitelling of the before we went to the underground iteek to
Fashions from rgul
which combined with
| ned Women's National Meet charm of this ancient country caves I mean under w* many
Barbara Ward spoke at the Ing at Purdue University In June. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindberg KUIBECK mountain caves, which Is called mak thii truly BIG ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION and
a ,
of dauihll'r.born
the a
nnual luncheon of the YWCA This was in the form of a narration are parents "Here we are In Beirut, The Cave of Jlita It Is up
here on "The Poverty of the pictures and recordings of this morning at 4:44 and: Lebanon and we have seen a narrow road when you an opportunity to offer genuine savings In every Department.
Spirit." She also is part of the addresses given by well known a.m.. weighing six pounds and done so many things that look down It makes one dizzy
illarvard University annual speakers of the church. three and one half ounces ia it hard to know where to We have met a Lebanese fellow

I atart The weather la like Flo by the name of Fried

ride. We have an apartment Nlem Ho owns a bank herelie
J Announcing the9Pt4, by the Ma where the view is takes us all these places ,_ '1I'IItIrt I 1 111 r 'W" T.Ai': '
wonderful Sidewalk He speaks some English andso

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Thursday October 29 I 1964


Justice Burton It ;;j,' .', Supreme Court

153 StudentsOn <,;t". r..,.. ,?' ". <';;I, ::. '. r, '

Westwood Dies At Age 76 r t Rejects TV

Honor RollHonor tier Supreme Court Justice .Poe Mr Time RequestWASHINGTON
Harold HUE Burton who served
on the bench for 13 years, died
Wednesday at the ace of ?6. (UPI!) ThiS '

Burton, a native of Jamaica n"i erne Court has rejected,
Roll students of West- Plain Macs., retired from the Sc-ii Barry M. Goldwater's 8t.I. .
wood Junior High School were court at the openlnc of the II pt to require the televlsurtcrks )
announced today by W. R. 1936-59 term when he began to !!" to give him equal an"

Ausley, principal. I suffer from the effects of Park.Inson' ties'" time to reply to Presili i,'
There were 153 on the honor disease He was sue J'',hll tJn's recent broadcast i(ni
roll out of a total enrollmentof t ceeded by Justice Potter Stew "rid i affairs.

860. The court's 6.2 decision late
with all A's in the art.Doctors
Students attributed Burton'sdeath \ Wednesday upheld a ruling I hI
seventh grade were Laura to Parkinson's disease, tho U.s. Court of Appeals that
Branch, Mary Grace Day, and .
alone with kidney and heart the Federal Communications
Fred Ridley complications Commission was correct In deciding -
Students with all A's In the f.j
Chief Justice Earl Warren that the three networksdid
eighth grade were Kenny Las- said in a statement that despite not have to allow the Republican .
seter and Linda Christopher Burton's frail health since his presidential nominee
One student with all A's In the
retirement, "he performed de. f equal time to answer Johnson'sspeech.
ninth grade was John Dubose. voted service to other courts In .
Students with all A's and B's the District of Columbia to the The lower court said that the
in the seventh grade were extent his diminishing
strength President's discussion of the
Sammy Hart, James Roden, I would permit. change In Russia's leadershipand

Cathy Haselby, Karen Bragan, "He served 13 years on the "? __ .. the detonation i>> Red
Marcia Deedrick, Phil Jewell, /If.
Supreme Court, and I am sure China of an atomic bomb was
Linda Levens, Jeff Steorts, that In Its long history no Jus- FIVE BUND BROTHERS NOW SEE The five Rotolo brothers all born blind marvel at the exempt from the "equal oppor
Barbara A. Legg, Ronald V,
tics on the court has been heldIn
In CaltanlR etta, Italy after operations restored tunities" requirement In the
wonder of light In a hospital examining room
Richard Dale
Lord, W. McIntee,
E. Wlckstrom, Marry Lancashire higher esteem by his col. their sight From left: Calogero 4, Carmelo, 13, Glocchlno. 11: Oluneppe 9, Paolo. federal law.Justices .
11 The nursery removed film formed by ccnjjenltal ratnrnctx (Cnhlephotori11I111ijj ) Arthur J. Goldber t
Donna Roe, Cecile Ca- "His
opinions written for the and Hugo L. Black disagreedwith
trett, Alice Ewln Linda Cer*
court will be
a lasting
memo. the Supreme Court majority
SAN Calif. (UPI-)
lach, Marcie Guthill, Susan Gene of Dundee Is the JOSE
JACKPOT WINNER Anderson right rial to him, and will long be dissent.
Contractor Ted Galeb spotted a in a three-page
Johns, Brenda Plxley, Paula latest winner of the Jackpot offered by Anderson's Drug. Max studied as a part of the devel iuui, Ik ''h second. said the high court should
baby teetering on the They
Tlllis Kathy Tlson Bohlander, Charles Day presented Anderson with the prize of $85. opment of American Jurispru LAOS MOUNTA N@I floor windowsill of a neighbor's have granted Coldwater's re
Blackwell Larry I
thence A deeply religious and
home raced 25 quest to review the appeals
--- --- -- -- PEOPLE Wednesday
and Carol Blackburn.
kindly man, Justice Burton per. yards and caught the little girlIn court decision in oral argu.
Students with all A's and B's
sonified good will and devotionto VIII
in the eighth grade were Diane Kynes Asked To Check his outstretched arms. ments.
duty. II SEDANGI The baby IS.month old Col The court Is out of sessionnow
Daniels, Catherine Luther,
Mrs. Burton and a daughter 1
not until T ov. 9, but could be
lene Talbert, was Injured,
James Dukes "
Pllkenton ,
Kaye Mrs. H. Charles Weidner Jr. of
shaken the convened for a legal emer-
Pete I but Caleb was so by
Farrington, Diane Mills, Burns Bank Ohio, were at the hospital when I ',
AccountTALLAHASSEE assisted
Karen Brady, Judy Leroux, death occurred at 4:40 p.m. III I BAHNARiEp incident he had to be gencTHAT'S >

Janene Caney,Jill Cerber,Deb- t home

orah Stewart, Jeffery Taylor, (UPI) Atty. In requesting the Investigation EST.Burton was a Junior senator tie
Kathy Curable Leora Lucas, Gen James Kynes was asked Burns said he would give from Ohio when he was namedto laRAl SOUTH
John Williams Donna Sands, Wednesday night to investigate Kynes any assistance he wanted. the court by former President I V
Terry Bradshaw,Dwight Dukes, charges that Haydon Burns has The attorney general pointedout Harry S Truman. Follow. l1lj ,, lit
Linda Lasseter, Ginger McDonald a $1.2 million Nassau bank account however, he has no formal Ing the death of Chief Justice l l RHADE "

and Carol McKenzie and to make the investigation investigative powers in Nas* Harlan Fiske Stone In 1948, MNONG"k 11 :: I
Ninth grade students with all results public before eau, although British officials Burton was long the only Re.
Ate and B's were Deborah But next Tuesday's election. usually cooperate as a matterof publican on the high tribunal.He CAMBODIA.
ties Judith Deknes, Greg Edel, Kynes said he received the courtesy was the first Republican : S11ENG ;
James Elkins, Patricia Cox,' investigation request Wednesday GOP gubernatorial candidate proposed in more than 15 years. IiIS ;: Mny
John Hogg, Lana Johns, Susan night In a telegram from Charles Hollev charged Burns The announcement of Bur 4i RAGLAI
Loehner, Denise Moore, Frank Burns, the Democratic guberna had a fortune in cash In the ton's death, made through the Ise.:
(Ty) Rabe, Robert Rabe, Sara torial nominee and mayor of Nova Scotia Bank of Nassau Supreme Court press office, Ijt '
Taylor, Janice Gayle, Jan Kee- Jacksonville.The several weeks ago. said there will be two memo.
fer Jeff Beasley, Kenny Hart, attorney general indicatedhe Burns denied the charges, rial services for Burton at 0, 1
Marcia Osborn, Patty Tripp, would agree to make the signed a legal document givingthe times to be fixed later. One will SAIGON r
and Kathleen Anderson probe "provided my hands won'tbe money to the Lakeland be at All Souls' Unitarian
Seventh grade students with a tied." Kynes hinted he would United Fund if It were found Church here and the other at
B average were Donald Nelson make a formal decision on the and took newsmen to Nassau to First Unitarian Church In 14,300,000
Penny Morris, Frank Erwin Investigation Thursday hear a bank official deny Burns Cleveland. LOWLAND
Barney Everage,Larry Walker ever had any dealings with the Burton had been three times PEOPLE S NV

Kathleen Coyle, Brenda Faulkner bank. mayor of Cleveland, where he _I MOUNTAIN
Greta Hllnter,Scott Hunter Beat Music At a news conference Wed moved in 1911 because "New TRIBe: REGION
Mark tinder, Wes Strickland, nesday, Burns said If the bank England was not the ideal location

Loyd Beasley, Larry Moore, Blamed For account is found or ever existed for an aspiring lawyer not Here are locations of the
Teresa Holley, Louise Lucas, "I will resign that day as fortunate enough to have Inher. tribe. In South Viet Nam, which area
Tommy Ashley, Linda Adams, Teen Troubles governor." major Montagnard ic )
the the 1
strong factor In utruggle again
Billy Bennett, and Chad Don- The mayor told newsmen he
falls to
Cong; It In believed that If the Saigon regime
nally plans to vote the straight -
: keep the tribes loyal the Viet Cong will be strengthened, /
Eighth grade students with a NOTTINGHAM, England Democratic ;'ticket next Tuesday : : /) THE} >>
B average were Mauls Brooks,JUP1)) Modern beat music Is but predicted Sen. Barry FREEPORT. Tex >> -
Vicki Frakes, DeslelghGilbert, partly to blame for some of the Goldwater would carry Floridaby For the day when man turnsto last Saturday by President
Gerald Brda, Charles Kintner, Increase in sexual delinquency a wldo margin the sea for much of his water U. S., Russia Johnson. The cable links Moscow HAPPY DIFFERENCEI

Michael Batallle, Henry Mich among teenagers, Nottingham'schief lie said Goldwater supporters current American research and Washington.
ael Cain Danny Hudson, Sarah school medical officer said have more zeal and are con. ii aimed at building sea water Testing NewWealher The weather bureau said that I LIKE ABOUTMORRISON'S

Hanley, Dennis Hughes, Larry Wednesday.Dr centrating all their fire on his conversion plants with a capac tests would be conducted a
Lawrence, Dennis Owen, Darlene victory, while the Democratsare ity of up to 50 billion gallons of Cable couple of hours each day for CAFETERIAEveryday
Smelser, Christine Ronald Sprenger said in dividing theft attention bee water dally about one month before the link
Thomas, Virginia Thomas, his annual report that popu- tween President Johnson and At Freeport. a pilot plant on begins regular operations that's what more people
Carol Hoffman, Connie Roe lar beat music was obviously candidates for local offices the Texas Oulf Coast produces WASHINGTON (UPI) The are saying about Morrison's in
Michael Woodard, Brenda Ash- stimulating, "as one can note Asked if Florida would suffer only a tiny fraction of that, weather bureau announced TOO BIG
ley, Shelley Jones, Pamela In any gathering of girls when If the nation voted for Johnson with a condensation procens Wednesday the United Slates LOOT NEW YORK (UPI)-Thieves Winter Haven, Columbia, Birmingham .

Kinsey, Terry Money,Oleta El- one of the many beat groups is but Goldwater carried the state, But It is a start ? and the Soviet Union are now carried a safe containing $700 and the other importantcities
kins, Judith Tlson, Myre In full session" Durns said "I don't think that Omdals say that nuclear en. testing a new weather information from a Brooklyn pool parlor

Boozer, Virginia Boyd, Ernest anything that happens in the eigy will\ be used eventually In cable. Wednesday, but the haul was throughout the Southeast.
Butts, and William Donnell. H* said mass hysteria affects state will affect my relationshipwith larger plants, for really big- The cable was set up after an too much for the getaway ve. Saturday 1 Sund.y II FREE CHILD'S PLATE
Students from the ninth grade many teen-agers to the pot nt Congress and the Presi scale production of fresh water agreement on the exchange of hicle. SPECIAL STEAK NIGHTS Thuttdiy Nights CMdtMi 12 ml uMei.
with a B average were Larry where they lack any thought dent." from sea water. weather information, announced Police found the safe stuck % lb. Sirloin; $1 1.09 I with peens get Specul' Plum FRH
about their Immediate welfare. Filet. M anon 7ti <
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I Gators: Seminoles Displaying Best: Game Denison Tomorrow, Westwood Night Alabama Facing- Halloween Jinx? I

Winter Haven's two }un' ATLANTA (UPI) The spec. est. Tennessee and Vanderbilt suffered their first lose last

lor high schools, Denison ter of rising Mississippi State are Idle. Saturday and lost ground in the
Air Attack In I Schools' History and Westwood square off lying In ambush along its unbeaten Despite Its six-game winning national rankings Both are

tomorrow night at 7:30: path would be enough streak and high ranking, Geor. solid favorites to get back on
to haunt 3rd.ranked Alabama gla Tech is a slight underdogto the winning track this week.
., o'clock In Memorial Stadium -
-- "J 1 Zeroes Saturday night even if it wasn't Duke which has won four Auburn's great quarterback
In a that most
Fires ) game
Spurrier .: Halloween. straight. Jimmy Sidle may see only Urn.
: : rate a tossup Florida and Florida State both Ited duty against the Gators.
To End Casey e. : On Biletnikoff Although both teamsuse Take away a last second enemy .

t the pro-type offense field goal and a beek-flring

GAINESVILLE Florida TALLAHASSEE, Florida utilized by the Blue Devil two-point conversion try, and Irish To Extend
State would be unbeaten Buckeyes
believe State's Fred BUetnlkoff is over
football fans can start to varsity and junior varsity ,
Its last five
now that In Steve Spurrier catching passes at a rate which units the emphasisIs games making
Its :3-3 record
mighty deceiving.
to Charles Casey they are see- could break two national records different. Westwood's

Inc the orlgtnatlonof sure If maintained through theSeminoles' Warriors mix passing More It took Important some, heroics rememberthat by Records Preserve 1.2 RankNEW

ly will become one of the all- remaining four with running while Dent.son' quarterback Joe Namath for ,
time Gator great passing com- games. On the throwing end
binations.The has been the nation's leading Rebels display a Alabama to pull out a come. YORK (UPI) The nation's two leading college
bone-crushing ground attack from behind 20.19 win
last-ditch drive against percentage passer,Steve Tensl. overState grid powerhouses, Ohio State and Notre Dame are both expected .
a and that Na.
the nation's No. 1 defensive year ago to extend their unbeaten streaks this weekend and
BUetnlkoffs season totals This will be the third math may still be hampered by
team Alabama, tailed but It thus preserve their 12 positions In the UPI ratings.
stand at 38 catches for 639 of the his Injured knee when the two
meeting two team.
gave birth to a confidence which The Buckeyes take on Big Ten rival Iowa Saturday in
will be hard to shake on this yards and seven touchdowns.The They split in the first two teams Mill meet again In Jackson, quest of win No 6. and Coach Woody Hayes' charges are a
NCAA record for
Florida team. most encounters Denison win 12 point choice to defeat the Hawkeyes.Notre .
yards gained It all\ adds to
passes caughtIn up just as big
13-0 last and
"Our boys believe In the abil- ring year Dame, which has
a test for Alabama lastweek'
single Is 1007 as
a season held
of to come with Westwood claiming a 7-6
ity Spurrier up
shown the best defense against
Vern Burke slugfest with Florida
by (Oregon State, ,
the clutch when we needIt verdict in 1962.
pass 1962). Burke's average of 100.7 and it may be as much of rushing this season, faces one Kansas State; Michigan State 6
regardless of field position, Both teams have one of the nation's best in
yards per game Is also a national a thriller. Alabama, without over Wisconsin and Indiana 4
says head coach Ray Graves mark loss this season each los Namath, had to come from be. Navy's Roger Staubach. but theIrish over Minnesota.

"Quite naturally we would be ing to Lakeland Southwest hind in the fourth period to are a 13-polnt pick to cap. Southwest: Baylor lover

thrownlng to Casey most I of the i BUetnlkoff Is ahead of this In the win column, edge Florida 1714. ture their 28th game in 37 Texas Christian and Rice 6

time unless the pass coverageon pace after six games with an Westwood has three and Five weeks ago, any devoteeof meetings with the Midshipmen. over Texas Tech

him Is such that we are forced average of 106.S yards per Denison two. Dixie football would have Third-ranked West: Oregon State 10 over
to take advantage of other game. In four games this season told Alabama visits
you that the Halloween California 7
About 3,500 fans are ex Mississippi State and the under Washington; over
areas. he had caught passes for over pected to view the battle. game would be at Baton Rouge feated Crimson Tide is UCLA; Oklahoma 14 over Colo.
an eight
Spurrier and Casey connectedon 100 yards, and had he not played
where Louisiana State will behost rado and Southern California 7
Admission Is $1 for adults point choice ;
\ to pick victory
three passes with seconds s08. a decoy role against TCU up
4 to Mississippi over Washington.
u and 50 cents for students No. 7.
to set
remaining up a winning his total would
undoubtedly be
Then, Ole Miss was consider. With the pros: National
field goal against MississippiState higher. In that he Fourth.ranked Nebraska (6.0)
game caught ed a contender for the national League-Baltimore 17 over SanFrancl.co
16-14, but It was the last only two passes for 20 yards.Baylor" title and it was generally con. is after its second straight Big ; Cleveland 'lover
second Gator sweep from their sidered that the Eight title and Is a seven-polnt
crown might 6
'Hounds Have Pittsburgh; Chicago over Dal.\
own 20 to the Alabama slx- Lawrence Elklns set favorite to make Missouri its
well\ be the stake In the battle las, Green Bay 4 over Mlnneso.
yard-llne which really made believers an all time record for most fourth conference victim of the
with the But the Rebels
Bengal ta, Detroit 3 over Los Angeles,
out of the Florida team. ft' passes caught last season with season
s have fallen upon dark days. St. Louis S over New York, and
"I think we can throw if ..acts 70, or an average of seven Flfth.ranked Arkansas (6-0)
An Tehlr 3.2-1: record hasn't been Philadelphia 4 over Washington
need be, from any place on the catches per game BUetnlkoff Open Date that poor since 1950 and the and slxth-ranked Texas (5.1)) American League New York

field" Graves says. "If the When Tensi Fires To Biletnikoiii Is currently catching at the rate llth-ranked Bengals are favor. will both engage in Southwest 1 over Boston, Buffalo 7 over
situation dictates we will put of 6.3 per game. Conference battles this week.
nnollirr In Srininolf ed by a touchdown. Houston, Kansas City 7 over
the ball In the air. ruts AUBURNDALE The Au- end. The Razorbacks, who
This Is the first time in seven Denver
San Diego 10 over Oak.
With rugged Auburn coming The Erie, Pa senior is also burndale Bloodhounds, their years that the Rebels haven't handed Texas its lone defeat of land. ,

up the Gators are working hard Just off the pace in touchdown Southwest Florida Conference been unbeaten prior to tangling the season, meet Texas A&M

this week to correct offensive passes caught. William and hopes dashed last week by the with LSU and the fourth time and are a nlne.polnt choice to
Gold Medalist ,
mistakes which took in Olympic Mary's Vlto Ragazzo scored IS defeat the
place underdog Plant City Planters during the same period that the Aggies while the Five Declared
the Alabama loss and have TDs on receptions in 1949 an 20-14, have an open date this Bengals go up against Missis Longhorns are a whopping 17.

polished up some phases of of- average of 1.5 per game. Bllet- week. slppl without a loss on their point pick over Southern Meth. District Punt
fense. nlkoffs seven TDs average out Last week Auburndale's odlst. ,
With each passing week Flo Here For Rifle Tourney to 1.2 per game.Although ground defense turned In another Southeastern football teams Michigan and Illinois, ranked Pass Entries
rida's lonesome end and
,, CharlesCasey sterling performance begin the Halloween weekend eighth ninth respectively,
Inches closer to he played In only will be Involved in
setting three his limiting the Planters to 41 yards Friday night when the Miami Big Ten AUBURNDALE Five Au.
every pass receiving record In games sophomoreyear rushing, but In the air, Sidney Conference games Saturday.
the Gator books.Casey Lt. Lones W. Wiggers, Jr., who won a gold medal this month In BUetnlkoff has already McCard completed 21 of 37 Hurricanes, still looking for The Wolverines ((4.1)) rate a 13.: burndale boys have been named
and Sunday in the broken their first victory, visit the De. zone winner In the recent"Punt,
the Olympics In Tokyo, will compete Saturday every Florida State
not only seems certain pass attempts for 250! yards trolt point pick over Northwesternand Pass
to break all the single season Southeastern Regional Small Bore Rifle Position Championshipshere game, season and career pass and all three touchdowns in the In Titans. the Illlnl, also 4.1, Is a and Kick" football contest
other Saturday action, un. sponsored nationally by the Ford
Florida at the Winter Haven Rifle Club. receiving record. His career choice
receiving records, upset. three-polnt to defeat
but also should easily Wiggers, who Is also national champion and shoots for the U. S. total Is now 68 receptions for Auburndale is 3.3 beaten, 7th.ranked Georgia Tech Purdue. Motor Company. Dexter Daniels
surpassall now over-
1115 will\ be at unbeaten, 12th.ranked Jr. of Daniels Ford Sales here
career marks even though Army will be faced with strong yards and 12 touchdowns.On all and 2-2 In the SWFC. In Duke; 13th-ranked Florida will Tenth.ranked Oregon (6-0)) is made the announcement.The .
this is only his Junior season. competition by Warrant OfficerJ. The chief range officer is"Pop" addition to the Planter loss, be host to Auburn 17th.ranked the favorite to defeat Stanfordby
the other end of most of ; winners will compete In
The chart on Casey reads this E. Hill\ of the U. S. Marino St. John of St. Peters Blletnlkoffs receptions has the 'Hounds have lost to Win Florida State wl1be\ host to eight points, but Duke is a the state competition at Terry
way Corps, who Is defending southeast burg. Other officials Include ter Haven and Haines City The Southern one-point choice to upset sev. Parker
been Mississippi Georgiawill High School field In Jacksonvllle
towering Steve the ; -
Claude Hanes, Tampa, executive Tensi
Season Records Most Catches champion wins have been over Kathleen, be host to North Carolina enth.ranked Georgia Tech.
6-8 Seminole ; Saturday morning at
-29 by Broughton WilliamsIn In addition crack teams from officer; C. F. McCubbin, Is rewriting the quarterback record book who Dade City, and BradentonSoutheast Kentucky will be at West Vtr. The odds on other major 8:30 a.m.
1946, Casey now having 27. the U. S. Air Force, Navy, Winter Haven chief statistical games:
glnla Tulane will be host to The winners
in his own Tens: has ; Include Richard
Most Yards484 by WilliamsIn Marines and Army will\ bee officer; and George Kuck, Dun- The bright spot of the evenIng Virginia and East: Penn State 7 over
Military Memphis
completed 71 of 118 for McCarty Steve Comparato,
nellon referee. passes
1946, Casey now having 395. each other In the service com in addition to the crowning Maryland; Columbia lover
1002 yards and nine touchdownsthis State will\ be host to Wake For. Mark Fisher, Alan D. King, and
Most TD Catches Five by petition. Civilian I and Junior The shoot was held at Camp of Auburndale' Homecoming Cornell\ ; Army nine over Iowa Steadman.
Fergle Ferguson In 1941, Caseynow matches also are scheduledwith Perry last year. The 1964 championships season, and has a career Queen, was Danny Wood's 99 State; Princeton 7 over Brown;
having four prizes being awarded In are sponsored by the completion record of 202 for yard touchdown run which seta NON.TITLE FIGHT SET and Syracuse 10 over Pitts.

Career Records:Most Catch each classification. Wlnler Haven Rifle Club 2713 yards and 23 touchdowns.ance new school record for a from LONDON (UPI)>World wel.ttrwelght \. burgh ( in.nin nonr4ii..

es43 by Ferguson in 1939, 40, Shooting will start at S a.m. scrimmage touchdown.To boxing champion South: Louisiana: State 6 over LOUISVILLE K,. 41, Casey now having 36. each day. The public is invited add to the darker side of Emile Griffith of the Virgin Is. Mississippi; Clemson 12 over Nine undefeated horses have

Most Yards- -668 by Ferguson to. the range, which is off For Easy Cash Bet OffenseNEW the game, the 'Hounds lost five lands will\ meet British light Virginia; Georgia 1 over North started In the Kentucky Derby

Casey now having S2S. MOlt TD lIavendale Blvd., adjoining Gil- fumbles to the now 1-5 team weight king Dave Charnley In a Carolina; and Florida 7 over but only Uo of them won the

Catches- by Ferguson,Caseynow bert Field. from Hlllsborough County. 10 round non-title bout at the Auburn. classic Regret In 1915 and

having five. Entries, which are limited to Auburndale led 14.13 going In Empire Pool, Wembley Dec. 1, Midwest: Kansas 14 over Morvlch In 1922
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looking for a way to make ground for a 3.2 average, but
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October 29, 1964 WIN 1 1.1"; \ :, -'-. : ,. 01, ., I KWLN.( FLORIDA Page Fifteen

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Florida Earn
A&M Falls To aid In Poll Cardinals

NEW YORK (UPI Wittenhtrg ;ee
Montana State. Bucknell, aver last three victories tu i A: i icona ) 7
led a four-team scramble> aging 54 points a game In Its State College for Uih 7 1 11 hr MEach e
!or first pUce today in the
two team placed 18th ;01111 i i"n:
mted Press International
l In order last week.
small college football ratings, Haven Women NEW YORK (UPI) II

with Texas A. I., FloridaA. Arkansas State was It'I' i,. ccordta '" ti iIil.i.&l' 11 irk or treat tllIlI' ,
A M. and Los Angeles State Finish Tourney (Minn.). the out (Icl. ">'0)ldJor i league hasiiihi e '

m close pursuit. with seven straight M 'ill ".w ;v w s today with the san i it 'J 4tde
Wittenberg has 13 straight Mrs. Howard Wells won low this season, was 17th an i A.i !1 -t'I'f i the rick getting 11. '
*ins and played 18 consecutive gross in the Winter Haven Wom Dakota State and Ni. ''h.i. ..is! "I i an i the poor getting !M'<.i.i .
games without t lots, with onlya en's Golf Association jamboree Oklahoma deadlocked 1"1 tbh>,, t.
tournament Tuesday. It was a Onlthe! mat division tea, ,e
Otterbein last
tie to season Sam Houston State ,
one i i "19
marring the streak. day of golf, wind tricks, laugh unbeaten-untied teams ft} tat, .. use to rejoice as ih,. ly 101 HAVIUNP

Texas A. *. I. has progressed and fun top SO grabbed Mth pta, ,3"11their cheeks from nir .' I a Sperm Utter''
steadily from 11th place, shading Other winners in the Halloween ..on World Series pupol .
Florida A. t. M. for the tourney were Mrs. Hick The small college "-at'r" I ,' I, while the also i .11'' .
runnerup spot while Los Angeles Martin, Mrs. L. C. Stewart and board I* comprised of In., It ij. ill' "nl\ hope that better tin I"-, Within Three Days
Into fourth Mrs. Harold Morrison, Winnerson tog small college coacln ti 'n tti.ro .n the way.TheSI.Louis.
State jumped
position Wtater Haven't swt taws art close behind the thirdranked special holes were Mrs. H. each of the seven rc t i'apical
Florida eleven. W. Mclver and Mr. Omer Me- areas of the nation. F"lnla Cardinals. at tout time IftferwJM in baseball ind golf In
Duff. are distributed for vi>!d. > ft> ,:1; walked: ( a\\a> with the lion's shaxor a .PM of three days it was aaoeiinetd that this city will be

. Wittenberg. votes was from awarded the 35 18 In the parade of paper bag first place to 10th on a to.8.8. the pool by grabbing MB the KjrlM Utinmi home for t major league team yet( to boinnoWMed
first place the UPI masks, Mrs. John Crisp won 7..5- baals. I.3".TO. The world" champions'cliidi ) come IftW and that Peck Jtwttor College will homo
coaches on rating top prlte with her creative 1w 1 their purse into 41 I stead the municipal golf course.
Los Angeles
board clown. [hare including 27 full hai I"sf

c e I v e d eight, and FloridaA. Member were reminded of NEW YORK (UPI) The :sl"> I 2.19 The latter meant that Winter Ilavto< official will have to

& M. and Texas A. A I. two the Polk County Tournament to United Press Inter) Monti Tho Yankees sliced th.Mi. move flaittick. tandtraps, rt:?:. all to a new (oration i again' vettr
each. be played Thursday at small t, he announced I.
Carpenters football
college tatircs
San Diego State on the re. $191 12'.13 into J4 full shares lit i
bound after dropping from the Home In Lakeland. Also, with flrat.place votes on I won. & .,(74.:32. two half shares. and Hark about four
ego the PJ.olf course
during the qur
meeting, a new memo lost record In parentheses: ,1I coven cash awards.
top position to seventh last ber, Mrs. Cleo Code was In. Team Points I.L. lion popped un and at least one percept tame forward to offer
week, advanced to fifth place troduced. I. Wittenberg (18)) ((6.0) 261 -- The filth place clubs In both the rlly a prnpnilllnn on a new link layout With Ihr college

and Massachusetts maintainedits Plans for the team match play 2. Texas Ail ((1) (6.0)) 228 A BRAVES SMILE Mnr It in AIKi Jr V.IIP- happy smile leagues got part of the pool fin drflnllrly pffffA for VUnlfr llatrr. ocher might com for

grip on sixth were announced by Mrs Stewart, 3. Florida AIM (2)) (4-0)) 208 In All.intii, Ga ov he .illftUmU tu give them the good the first time with the Mllwaii, ward.
Louisiana Tech rose from. tournament chairman as fol. 4. Los Angeles St (8)) ((4.0) 173 newf the Mllwaukfe Bt.iv< de< 'i-ion to move their Nation kee Pravea at the National
eighth to seventh, East Carolina lows 5. San Diego State ((5.1)) 16S!! il Lonpio baseball fi 1 inchli to Atlanta limner holds League getting $31$.81 per full It I k hoped the rlty rommlsuloncri fo at far as they can
\ absorbed Its first loss and share and the Los In np"oll.tlne for the best povsihl..11* and arcing that the
Team No. 1-Mrs.Kelts Bach 6. Massachusetts (1) (5.1)) 145 a drawing of the lid million Attests MunlrlpRl Stadium Angeles Angels
fell from third to eighth, Prairie Mrs. Frank Gardner, Mrs. Carl 7. Louisiana Tech (1) ((6.0) 129 of the American Learn1receiving course I U of rhsmp'nnshlp rallbrr. Mayor lluthrt Meele laidyrMrrtUy

College from 10th placeto Hurtig, and Mrs. John McNelsh. 8. East Carolina (5.1)) 66 $195.61. lh.t the new golf return will be a rrrdit to a city.

ninth, and Colorado Western Team No. 2-Mrs.Harry King Prairie View (5.0) 56
entered the top 10 for the first Jr., Mrs Rick Martin Mrs. 10. Colo. Western ((2)) ((6.0)) 52 One Grid Giant Will Fall The Los Angeles Dodgers reversed One thing, I.I certain! To .We a new em ready by the time
the Cinderella '
time in 10th place.In Russ Kadow and Mrs. Richard Second 10-11 Gettysburg > the prterat one Is abandoned will require IMW pretty fait foot
addition to the first four Van Gundy. winding up without a cent, work.
teams, Louisiana Tech, Prairie 12, Delaware 35; 13, Montana while last year' at the same C .

View and Colorado marks Western the, Wells Team, Mrs No. 3 Charles- Mrs.Lathers Howard, State sons College State 29(Flagstaff; 14, (tie)) Art.and Georgia Tech The Candidate time largest they winning were share dividing In history the
have perfect among
Mrs. Dick Marians and Mrs. Ed.
Bucknell 22 18. Arkansas State -
: $11.794 per man.Cincinnati .
10 Gettysburg best. and Delaware gar Llndenmeyer.Team 21; 17, Concordia (Minn,) 19, B\ MILTON RICHMAN Duke over Gem Kit Tsch-The They Yell, They Cheer
No. 4 Mrs. R. F. 18, (tie) North Dakota State ((1)) UPI Sports Writer Dlue Devils have a more varied and Philadelphia,
continue to rank 11.12 respectively Jukes, Mrs John Crisp Mrs. and Northeast Oklahoma IT, attack. which finished In a secondplacetie
TOKYO (LTD: Plckin' the
Devil fins bunch.
followed by l3th-ranked Winter. Haven Blue football are a hearty
Mark Spencer and Mrs. Omer Sam Houston State 15 Auburn Gatora In the National League, each
20, weekend winner or no wonder Florida over -
McDuff. They yell 1. they cheer. they stamp their ft. They have <\rn
Saturday make for their beating by received half of the combined
there's never a curfew on up
I"ft known to hno *t a referee, decision
Team No 5 Mrs. Mike
Alabama. second-and third'place liIare..
Region Women Downs, Mrs. J. V. McKnight, WH night-the player are This Is fine as tan* t* they do ft In the Maids end retain a
Youngster too tired to do anything else Alabama over Mlaslsclppl Cincinnati voted 30 full shares
reiMMwM "l'Ilmlho( of romnoiure Where It doesn't N'lonv i ton i.
Mrs. Jim Kesterson and Mrs.
End Qualifying but head right home and go to Slate-"bama won b>' only one worth $1,184.76 apiece and 19percentage
the field. after the \ over
Charles Carnes, Named Football shares lam.I
sleep. point last year so It will be a Philadelphia
Team No. 6 Mrs. Fletcher might this time. voted 89 full Mal ell worth Silting Ir the press hot after the lllllvbnroufh content tail
Vera Gessler look first place Kllnke, Mrs. L.C.StewartMrs. Contest EntryA This Is the lime of year you Louisiana State over Mlsst. $1,161.63 awl >1 peirentaveshares. Friday we ... a core of "..\'II|| hn sired onto the field like
In the second round of the Vic H. W. Mclver, and Mrs. Carl can generally count 01at least tlppl-Although LSU could be binlsn rooster What the, hoped le prove wee beyond themirlvrs .

Brook Tournament at Lake Region Luben. !9-year.old Winter Haven one unbeaten team to fall each stopped\ by a tough Mississippi Other full shares warm Chicago and thone witching. They did prove though It lake only
Tuesday.She also won FlightA Team No.' 7 Mrs. Frank youngster Hank King, of 606 weekend. line second In the AL. 'I.48G.. one fan In discredit Winter lltven'i oulUirdinf football pliyrn .
In the ABC Low Net weekly Pride, Mrs. R. E. Rock Mrs. AL anti leave a bid lute In a referrr'i mouth
881474. Ave II, NE, has been nameda The moat likely candidate this Kentucky over West Virginia Oil Dalttmore. third In the ,
tournament with Flight B with John Parker and Mrs John Reu- district competitor In the week shape up as Georgia Everyone's been licking the $9.711.69; San Franrlsro (ninth So next time think befori. acting And If you must act twit
Elaine Judy won debusch. Ford Motor Company's "Punt, Tech which could easily he Wildcats lately but here's In the ML' $497.Y?. and I Utu oar. in auditorium or buy trli'vision time W"II nrtd something tii
101-26-75 and Lillian
111-35- Nine hole teams Pass and Kick" contest dumped by Duke. where II stop*. fourth In the AL *'.ll\l.lal. Into,. us after the man won Flight C with
Team No 1 Mrs Robert King will compete at Tern Altot Wake Forest over Mem
76. In the nine hole group,MarIon Brown, Mr*. T. L. Craig Mrs. -
with 62.17.45.Winners Syracuse over Pill Hen phis State, Clemson over Virginia
Pete Peters and Mrs. George Schwartxwal< boy bounce Florida State over South
for the Vlc
announcednext Helm. back after their shellacking by ern Mississippi" l, Georgia over
Tournament will be Team No. 2 Mrs. Harold Oi agon State. North Carolina, Virginia Tern
week as members have Morrison Mrs. Challis Mar.
over William and Mary and
through Friday to complete final shall, Mrs. Rod Zander and Mrs. Notre Dame over Navy-A Tulane over VMI.

round.At Frank Stgman. v n pair of torpedoes named Wokl Ohio State over Iowa rnuldhe
lunch afterwards, Lake Team No. 3 Mrs. Ra) Jar. and Iluarte force Mldlle to the Buckeyes' toughest fame 'x
Region teaching pro Leo Mal mer, Mrs. Jim Reynolds, and \I abandon the ship. so far.
lory gave a brief indoor clinic. Mrs. G. C. Forsythe.The N Yale over Dartmouth Old Wisconsin over Michigan

He is also planning an outdoor team play will continuefor Ell In a squeaker.' State-If Ohio State dl In't completely -
clinic for the association Dec. several months with matches Army over Iowa State-Ca- bludgeon the Badgers.

1. scheduled each week One team dels due to snap four-game lo*> Illinois over Funhie Pete
Margaret Mealy wu&- welcomed will draw a bye each week so .r Inc streak. Elliott's crew Is 041 the upswing
a* a new member. that there will be substitutes Princeton over B r e *+e again. I
Next week there will be an available. Timers keep rolling toward Ivy Indiana over Minnesota -The

18 hole Grandy Tournament with Next week's regular "'aekl) League title Hoosiers are Just sterling to
Dotty Grandy as hostess Mary plaj will be a "par battle" :n< Also Penn State over Maryland feel their oats.Michigan .
Davis and Marge Talbot will test. Pairings Kill be ann' arveJ Rutgers over Boston 0., over Northwestern
be In charge of "Penny Putts". later. c..,.,I nell over Columbia, Buffalo Wolvea simply have the bet
mer Delaware and Harvard
ter ball club.
"lei Penn Aleoi Miami (Fta.) over De.

SLASHINGinventory troll, Nebraska over Missouri,
we're Kansas over Kansas State, Cincinnati
over George Washington
Md 'UPI'
Miami (Ohio) over Bowling
Parker High Schcjl n Jacks' ,
t 11 hr fiat itakes race at Plmllro
and prices vllle Satu day .Spnorcd 1c'r'all} II ilK the Dinner Patty Stake Green and Wichita over Louis-

tn Th"i. at.Waters r',>rd C... r un on Oct 26 11'0 It was won vllle.Texas. .
he will k>' pi-eakness a IOn of Lexington \ over Southern Metho.

to the bone. .during ou contest. and the second of the Triple dist-SMU although is1 the not same really conference In
King's total in the three events Crown classics as named for
was IUIIa feet, or 64'A yards. him the seine league.
Arkansas over Tesu A.tM
Frank BrO 1..'
Coach ) only
problem U pottl\ overconfldenee. him

CLEARthe Proper Balance Weight Baylor. over Tent Christian Give

-Flip t coin Gifta
Hie over Tease Teeth -That Golf \

Aids Boat's PerformanceThe Tech line could eland a lift. MacGregor
Utah.over Tense Western -
Even home field won't help the ,

different. bet win a top out ..f Ihr' wale Try mutinyMIIIIC miners.
pcrtormn, and tout an .H''III> in till i cxll.cAr. lorwttrilami Aleut Arlsurva Stale over \
or poor handling boat n.Ay tit v 11II milKC t rnnUil I unprovcnicnt Colorado State U., Oklahoma Christmas
\ pond on where. you tire ihj m, rurxJI n. I he wnw State over Tul. .a, San Jose wIor '
DECKS1SaIe tilt: i gas tank, the cold 1 drink 'true I of bond i l.I t are how State over Well Texas Stale
L,. Cooler and assorted gear heavy, warm t vin udc Hcudn _.
and New Meafco Stats over
throwing water O'er the !how KMern: New Mexico.Huyttwrn 'A ) I NICK
Bctldet handling ability a".i onio the peMcnam tteerinf. will JACK IRONS
lop speed and uel( economy he more difftcult Cal over Washington \
1.411 be improved by properweight Trojans move closer to the WOODS AND
and balance, says the Check, yew hoe'i kip speed RoM Bowl. .
Evmrudc New Service. when. ru.*ig .t .full thrauls Oregon. over Itanford Ducks
with the eWerewplaces
MINI itippen have MC.I the AldreuLoom, beaten remain waNeeten. "L
Art_ over the Air rnrr.The -
difference boa, don't .
m a perform pIes osj eawnsiiati at tap
ante when IWO or three. pause' ......11 Mai.. 10 reason iNtakes lilt Air Force can'i seem to
acre are aboard or when they .Pen throttle 10 mow your get off tile ground.
all decide to crowd into the rig M aadvta peed. ycMr* *.vmg Oklahoma over Colorado -
Urn A 'Id: heavy tear can on fuel And these, word, Ttet 44-0 romp over Kansas
SAVE have the effect The beet are dear lo the heart of every State did a lot for the Sfxmer

once-a-year opportunity to way lo u check a short your"thah.down-bml balance .,..., morale.Washington. Special Chris/mas $5995Gift

cruite Now, check handling sad Hate over Oregon
., .' u..b"cI waiae i Mate furprlsel,
Hnjr.j tcved lonether (Mum youll 1 find Offlk )/ ,
iltmi m jit f. ?. ,'.ale ram fen gig Bargains on If too much tear It stored. in. hat beet balance end. weightdMrHMkm Alas Utah State over i lit it''
the den the boat will iqiut; for *..! 1IaacII..... ham Voting. Idaho over I Iriv.Of ..
.w sew i ianter i With few e) BOATS MOTORS and the how will nde loo high" M the tame M for OII..eeI Pacific ('allf). amt I W mi".

prices tare th..., they! ..,,'t !I.. mpg over Now Merino
11 I., ri i Set includes 2 woods, 9

9CHECK THESE VALUES 1W: -' Irons ( including putter)

,..,.." \ '\..... ).: and 8 Jack Nicklaus

NEW and USED HAYDON BURNS r ...,. "" Championship golf balls. .


Boats V Motors Trailers Governor FREElAsk

V Complete Outfits *

us about the MacGregor Trado-/n Guarantee

and see al 15 Johnson 1. Burns Means Business

Sea-Horse Motors for 1965 S PROVEN PROGRESS Jack Nicklaus 9.J.a"s? $ 69 5

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t fcj MARINA Mayor Bur,.. hag 16 yes. of tucceMfol, VILLAGESoutheast

public 6dtvwekgtattor behind him, M dead ,

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Report on Polk County CandidatesFor -


Nov. 3, 1964

Polls Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. TO MAKE ROOM FOR MATHER'S EXPANSION!

Prepared as a Public Service by the Nat, Adv CALDWELLAntique SAVE

League of Women Voters of Polk County .Lii "' I : II White With Capri UP TO

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Store HouseOf Court decisions, I believe our populous counties, with small ( Cherry Formica Tops
Representatives efforts would be more meanIngful areas too much legislative

Term 2 Years Salary 11200 by less fear and more. power It Is my feeling that :: ::1 4-Pc. Bedroom Group 5001
leadership from elected off! one of the bodies in our legislature h : .
Group 1 cials What would happen if should be based on : :: .
this new Court didn't suit us? population and the other on REG.
cumbcnt). Democrat Lakeland WELLS: 1. I would rescind geography '1' '
34. Attorney at law. AND MORE
the first In order to correct
JAMES R. WEST, Republl a situation, the problem must VERNON: I support a plan It $38900 $197
Lakeland. which calls for both the Senate '
can (Questionnairenot be faced head on. Circumventing ., "
returned) elected representatives and the House to be ap. Now Shop and Compare!
could be a detriment and dangerous portioned according to population
Group ) without Increase In
to constitutional
government the number of either Famous STYLEMAKER Nat. Adv. BASSETT
2 No There it
WALLACE L. STOREY Walnut I t Modern
Democrat, Bartow, 36. Attor much merit in this concept.
For the following two offices 4-Pc. Bisque Mahogany
ney at law.PAUL Court of the union could be WALNUTBedroom B"ooC'
insurance for the preservation the candidates were asked Suite
'D WELLS Republican of sovereign rights of each only for biographical: : material. Suite Bedroom Suite
$1 56
Auburndale, 37. Cltruf state Sheriff WITH BOOKCASE BED $97 S212 1

grower writer.ANSWERS CHILES: The present House Term 4 Years REG. $299.00 . . No NOW REG. S395.00 NOW
plan is adequate but the
Senate should be
1. Are sstisflrd tbat apportionedInto ), Lakeland, Demo Genuine Walnut
you Grey Mahogany6Drawer
38 districts based
on population crat, 49. Educated publicschools Nat Adv CALDWELL
our present tax structure It
geography, and
adequate! to provide expanding poll Lake Butler: attended Double French Provincial Dresser Desk
tical affinity One house F.B.I. School, Florida Peace
services to a growing should be based on population, Officers Training School, Florida $
would population? Whit changes the other should weigh popu Sheriffs Bureau School- Dresser & Mirror 43 I 3-Dr. Commode 32 and Mirror 37Nat.
you suggest lotion heavily but consider Thirteen years with Lakehnd

2. la the January 1963 other factors Police Dept., 8 yearn Constable REG. $12900 . . NOW REG. $79.00 . NOW REG. $89.00 . NOW
5th District, Jtt
Special Session, Florida'slegislature STOREY In 35 words, a reapportionment Sheriff Polk County. years
pasted two resolutions plan cannot be Adv CALDWELL Italian Provincial Full Size Only!

the and structure which of would our national change(1, outlined house favor allows a the plan electionof whereone Winter ROY G..laveo RILEY, 38., B Republican.A. degree, Large 6-Drawer Chest-on-Chest
governments $57
Bypassing Congress In based a majority on population of Its, reserving members in social studies, Eastern Kentucky ODD BEDS Values 18

amending the U.s. Constitu. representation to all areas, degree In State Education College Ad, ministration MA' REGULARLY $13900 . . . . . NOW to $59.00 NOW
lion 2 The Court of the UnIon
with the other house based on Eastern Kentucky
which would supersede diversified elements, .
one State College Owner and
the Supreme Court.) Would Nat. Adv. JAMISON
which would be major political principal of RUeys Detective
you vole! to rescind these subdivisions. Agency, and teacher of Social Covers
amendments? 100 /, Nylon 100V. Foam Zipper
WELLS: I support a plan Studies at Winter Haven High
that would give equal representation School. SVs yrs experience
3. What plan for equitable to and managing detective .
any given agency
representation In Florida'slegislature equal number of people. 11 yrs. classroom teaching: Full Size Double Sleeper
do support?
you school planning and juvenile

CHILES: lorlda" s confirming Start Senator counseling radio and. Technical electronics trainingIn Back. Bed t
Term Years Salary 1200 Hideaway
growth makes it virtually ground in law and psychologySupervisor ,
impossible to provide an adequate
Democrat, Frostproof, S3 Clt
tax structure because I IA Ir
of the need for capital outlayto rus Business man Of RegistrationTerm WITH 100'/. FOAM MATTRESS 146

meet the growth We need 4 Years
MARVIN O VERNON Republican esss
equal and just valuation of $279.00 NOW *T k
I I Auburndale, 41 BLANCIIE M WORK (incumbent Reg. x
real property in all counties Business man.GRIFFIN ), Lakeland, Democrat .
55. High School and Choice of Decorator Colors .
STOREY: No. Florida has
: I hope our present Business College graduate, attended .
taxed to by offset"patchwork"growth methods Tbl.leads tax structure is adequate. summer sessions Unlv Nat Adv SIMEONS Net Advj STRATFORD
As population grows and new of Florida: holds certificate In q et bI 1
to back breaking tax. Industries develop, new tax Elementary Engineering "Beautyrest"
tics on area of least resistance sources will automatically be Drawing. Univ of Florida 90" Modern
The sensible change is provided. the of Su DUAL PURPOSE
Ip past public Chief Deputy In office :
a recognition of outdated costly service demands have some pervlsor of Registration of $
I services and a long range times been greater than anticipated Polk County for 27 years, until .. Sofa Bed 87 Sofa 187
tax plan
revenues and some appointment as Supervisor REG.
WELLS: Present framework. additional taxes have been JAMES R. McIVER, Republican i REG. $15900 NOW $ .00 NOW
of our taxes is than adequate
necessary I proposed elimin Winter Ilaven) 47 Grad.
to meet the effectuatethe sting Homestead of Greensboro, North _
Exemption uste Nat. Adv PRESTIGE Nat. Adv. PRESTIGE
purpose and services of as it applies only to school Carolina High School 1934.
state government In many mlllage, which could make USAFI Correspondence: Courses J ContemporarySofa
areas they are too high Taxes possible reduced automobile In Accounting and Small K T Colonial Sofa $137 46
generally, harness growth tsxes This however la per. Business Practices In 194. REG.
and industrial expansion Sug hsps hopeless General Insurance Course, ; REG. $289.00 . $299 00 NOW
lest a review, of 1959. Insurance .
University Tampa
G.nuin. loam rubb.r C Arm sewn Zipper rotor GENUINE FOAM RUBBER
VERNON: No a correct salesman and realtor
CHILES. This question Is tax structure would automatically Served as Statistical Officer 4-Pc. Sectional Sofa
misleading that Florida leg provide for a growing while In Air Force Attended
islature did not pass a resolution population The main faults of Air Force School
bypassing Congress in our present tax structure are: Included some IBM training .y Nat. Adv, WAYNLlNE 90" Modern 100" Colonial

amending the U.S. Constitu 1. It creates monopolies, 2. Have bad many years expert e All Foam Cushions
tlon This power was granted It creates slums and slumlords ence In office managementand 197
Sofas f
to the states In Art. S of the through inequitable land general business bookkeeping e All Zipper Covers Sofa REG.
U.S. Constitution The resolu 137 157
tion adopted by Florida would valuatlms development 3. It restrictseconomic REG. $259.00 VALUE REG $399.00 NOW

make clear the method by VERNON: Yea our governmental Only 2 In Stock NOW $329.00 NOW PILLOW lACK e 4 CUSHIONS
which the States would initiate emblems can be APPARENT SUICIDE: PACT
a proposed amendment. solved only by the election to NEW YORK (UPI) The Formica Top Formica Top
The second resolution did not office of good men and women bodies of two men who died in Like-New I Used Furniture .
set up a Court of the Union ; those who have the an apparent suicide pact were
which would supersede the Supreme .. overall welfare of the people found Wednesday In a furnished 5PieceDINETTES 5-P c. RoundDINETTES
Court but was a resolution rather than the interests of room.
for an amendment to establish certain pressure groups Such Famous STRATFORD $
The men had placed a bed. $47 i
a Court of the Union ridiculous resolutions accomplish 27
with authority to review Supreme sheet over an opened closet $
Court decisions 1 nothing door, then each tied an end 1 100" SOFA 78 REG. $5900 NOW lEG $89.00 . .
would not vote to rescind either CRIFIIM I could never around his neck and kicked
that both bodies of our away the chairs they stood on,
of these amendments legislature agree be apportioned en Police said the two men, Rob. Real Good Condition NOW Nat Adv. HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD Nat, Adv CALDWELL i

STOREY: : Although I disagree tirely by population as this ert Kearney and Richard Gr*.
with U.S. o, were in th.lr twenties Odd Solid Birch Blond
Supreme would give the 4 or S most /

STRATFORD. Large Dining China Cabinet

e Lounge Chair $37 Room Table $38 I


LIKE NEW! NOW REG. $13900 NOW REG. $14900 NOW i

Large Blond' "Accent Red" Odd
for bO/j I

Swivel Rocker $17 Dining Room
j' Buffet

Chairs 5COO I
Good Condition NOW JLs8 54

Suits JUST LIKE. DAo'$ 9" to 19" REG. $129.00 NOW REG. $1995 NOW I ISPiece

Sport Coats 5" to 15" Birch OPEN 'TIL 9:00: P.M. FRIDAY EVENINGSBedroom I

) Jackets 4" to 11"Ginn's $58 Hundreds of Values Not Listed .Shop and Compare! I

Good Condition NOW MATHER Bn IH; r'' I FURNITURE

100% NYLON Of Winter Na.en,1n4;. I f I

Sofa Bed and .

j Junior Fashions- Platform Rocker $/Q[ act SQUAalAw S.. .J NW...1 -

a Si THIRD STREET, N.W. Good Condition NOW T F Air .......

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jjlursday,_October 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORiDA Page Seventeen

Two Changes Made In Polling PlacesThe DUNDEE

Mr*. John Denmark wu gueston onviUet; Mia Linda Autm of
Saturday evening. at a surprise Dade City Mr. atM Mrs. Paul Everlasting
24. Tllghman Rodney Durance al Building, New Home Baptist 72. Parkland. District N*. 5 birthday dinner given by Gunter of Haiae City; and her
[ polling places In Polk residence. Church. Office, 1MO Atllne. her children at the home of a husband and OM Victor and Punishmentis
ty tor next Tuesday's gen* 25. Plnewood, Central Avenue M. Bella Vista, RecreationHall 73. Lake Parker, Armory. aon4a-law and daughter, Mr. and George
ral election nave bee U.teclby Community Center. N. Florida Heights Baptist 74 Lake Bonny. New Civic Mr. Billy Jtocumb and familyof
e county commissioners, and
26. Davenport, Council Chambers Church Center Dundee. Others present were
|ll be unchanffod from hoes Town of Davenport. 59 Lake Gibson, liaise Reel 75. Heaperldes, Lake Aurora a son, Pvt Wallace Denmark, Mr*. Carl Sails I* here ft mi the Lrston-Sermon Si>bjtct in the
i tile May primary In this area, 27. NW Lake Wale, American Estate Office, Old Dade City Christian Auembl)'. of Stewart Air Force Base Ga., Pasadena, Calif., with her lath
ftth two excegttoas.Precinct Legion Hall Highway 76. GolMew, GoUvtew Bap a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. .r, and. stop-mother, Mr. and Christian ScienceCHURCH
i No. 44, which 1* 28 SW Lake Wales, Fire Department M. K Vllle, Fire Station list Church, Social Hall. and Mrs. J. W. Parrlah of Jack. Mrs Kenning Johnson. Mr Johnson .
orth Auburndele, will be atAuburndale Building 77. Highland. Park, Passion is a patient la Winter HjvenHospital. SUNDAY
Building 87. Gordonvllle. Building 217.
e Lumber Co. of- 61. SW Winter Haven, Cafeteria Play Amphitkoaftr. .
29. Lake Alfred, City Hall.
.. Bartow Air Base, Highway" Pa- First Church of Christ Scientist
71 Scenic Park, Lake Wale
Old South Winter Haven
Precinct No. 67, which is 30. Eagle Lake, City Hall. trol Office. Ave. L e4 tick Se. N.W.
31. Lake Hamilton, Fire Station Elementary School. Armory Airport Mo4. Mr. and Mrs. John VORI have
M Beacon Hills, S. Florida SUNDAY SERVICE 11 00 AM.
Mariana, will be at the Victory
79. Bttfftun, District No. t
Garden St.
Cypress returned from Orlando where
Building Heights Church of the Nasar_, SUNDAY SCHOOL end i NURSERY II 00 A.M.
Tabernacle Neat and
32. Lake of the Hills, Community John's Methodist Church. Office, Fort Mefe. 3003 S. Florida Ave. they attended a two-day Flu. i,u WEDNESDAY TESTIMONIAL MEETING 00 P.M,
Roads. House. 63. Lake Region, Teen Center 80. Tiger Bay, American Legion. 89. E. Frostproof, Tourist State Mooae Convention. At the Reading Room Open to the Public
There are eight other chane.In
33. Dundee, City Hall, Police Third St. and Ave. F, NW. Fort Meade Center Building convention Vogt received t h 11lowKhlp Cor. Second end Ave B, N.W.
the polllnc Winter places Haven, none area.of them Station. 64. Hartrldge, Assembly of 81. S. Mulberry, PoHt County 91. Glendale. Methodist Temple degree. and Mts. Vrt, i O"... 10.00 A M, to 4.00 P.M. Mond.y thru Sttvrd.y
The county has 91 precincts, 34. Combee, Country Club Estates God Church Lake Ida Section. Helath Center. Social Hall 2700 S. t h'l'tta was rapped as a Junior i II.11 I. "The Bible Specks to You" woioo o ;is J JJ Sundays
Association Building. 65. Jan-Phyl,Fire House, 1007 81. W a h n e t a Community uali repent.
ut only 90 polling places, as one, Aw
Coleman Road Jan Phyl Village. Building
35. Pierce, Giles Soda Shop.
Jrtelnet 90, Flamingo, has no 36. Lake Wire, Lake Wire 66. SE Auburndale, St. Albans 83. fcummerlln, Carpenter
egtstered voters Church of Christ, parking lot Parish House. Building, corner of Broadwayand '
The complete list of precincts,
entrance. 67. Mariana, Victory Tiber- Summerltn
the location of the polling 37. Eastgate, Gymnatorium, narle, Keat and Dairy Rd. 84 Hecklake, Home Demonstration .
laces, is as follows Wesley Memorial Methodist 68. Arietta, Camp Rotary. Auditorium, North Side
1. North Fort Meade, Amer. Church 69 Carver hidden Tile and Cattle Pavilion. VOTERSMMmDon'tBe
[can Legion Hall. 38. We. tOY' r, Episcopal Marble Co.. 310 S.Berkley Road. 85. Clear Springs layman Auditorium Misled !
2. South Fort Meade,OldChev.olet Church. 70. NW Hanes City, State South Side Cattle Pavilion. .

Building. 39. Connersvllle, Roux Office, Bank of Halves CIt). .
3. North Bartow, Bartow Ar Lake Garfield. 71. NE Haines City, TIM 96. Armour, Office, Griffin

ory.4. Medulla, Area 4H Club 40. Babson Park, Youth Center Service Station-323 Hwy. 1792. Feed Mill, Hwy. 00. EVEN IF YOU ARE REGISTERED AS A DEMOCRAT
5. Kathleen, Lion's Den Build.ng. 41. SE Winter Haven, Winter
Haven Armory. EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Blah You CAN Vote ForCandidates
6. SW Auburndale, Municipal 42. Cleveland Heights, Methodist
Building. Temple Social Hall, 2700 -AMP HE EARNED TW2 MONEY

7. Green Pond, W. J. Parker S. Florida Ave. ALL BY HIMSELF! eXCEPT FOR
43. L. Holllngsworth, Ordway
, 'Residence.8. Providence, Club House. Art Building, Florida Southern THE FREE< SERVICES OF HISACCOUNYAWCHAUFFEUR

k a. Bradley Junction, Old College. )
44. Dixieland, 310 W.Main St. n REPUBLICAN
School Building.
Sunday 45. Webster, NW Lakeland Improvement
10. Morton, Junior High
School Room at First Methodist .
46. North Auburndale,Auburn. NEXT YoU Caw
11.Church.Highland City, Old Post dale Lumber Company Office. 1 1 DRIVE NIE'r0 SEE * * * * * *
47. Wtstwood, District Ho. 3

an's 12.Club NW Building.Winter Haven, Worn Hall.Office.48. Eloise, New Community SOM The ONLY Opposed Polk County Candidates

13. Alturas, Woman's Club.
49. Golf Manor, Club House,
14. West Frostproof, Fire Department
Building. Golf 50.Course Indian, Cleveland Lake Estates Heights., Ar Supporting BARRY GOLDWATER Are These Republicans!
15. S. Halnes City, Fire. Sla-
nold Building
tlon. 51. Eaton Park, CommunityClub
16. Homeland, Martin's Store.
17. Willow Oak, Pine Grove Building. r
Baptist Church. 52. Crystal Lake, Sheltered I Im MARVIN PAUL DR. JAMES ROY JAMES

18. N. Mulberry, District No. Workshop for Handicapped. GUARDIAN Vernon Wells West Mciver
1 Office. 53. Sylvester Shores, Office, Riley

19 East Lake Wales,Pavilion, Sewage Treatment Plant. For For For For For
54. Fountain Heights, Medulla
Optimist 20. Polk Club.City, Town Hall. Baptist Church. i O Stoto Senate Flo. Homo Fie House Sheriff Registrar
55. West End, Recreation
21. NE Winter Haven, Civic
Room Circle M. Trailer Park,

Center.22. Loughman, Addlson's Arlana 56. Wabash Ave Recreation Hall, o lo PRINCIPLES VOTE REPUBLICAN ON NOV. 3rd!

age. Woodall Trailer Park.
23. Carpenter's Home, Main T4 ,eI. Ad
57. S win eS. 11, Education. CJui.lF--.iuwV r, I ,.: Inc I'n 4 U'?iHni.il. nwrvnd
Building, Carpenter's Home.
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one of the great murderers of ble, outgoing and relaxed, but audiences lose It so. SometimesI'm Then, seriously, Castle ex. King Sin Flbcr-Glau
our time with some 500 homl. beneath this exterior beats a afraid I might be going plained that almost all of his 1 Vi OKRA Capacity! FolUHtd' cut .tsmlem. Tray Tables' Asserted
cider to his credit, all make.be. felonious heart Crimes of 5...... PracticallyUdtitractlblt
pas. movies ..
overboard with too much blood are tongue.in-cheek heats evenly Smart (nutated 'Acll. Stove
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Responsible for more than 100 Ills very first mode, "The Plastic I -Tlppel, grass
but people sat through the pic. Bond sense of fun going in a
movies, Castle made only one Whistler" with R I chi r d Dix, ture twice Just to see the stab picture," he said "I kid myselfand ; FI.IIII LIt199c
that did not contain at least killed off seven persons and bing scenes" spoof the audience. Person
one murder. started Castle's one.man crime Castle disdains mass murder ally I abhor all forms of violence .
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Ohio Voters hard."the "Republicans are working .

ExpectedTo Republicans disputed Bailey's IearItlt> .

I contention on Issues. They said
their campaigners felt tile P..... One Small Voice !
Ideal vulnerable on charges of
Back L81 And TaftOutlook deficit spending, socialism, a
weak foreign policy, and the Abigail Van 'urea
Bobby Baker and Walter Jen.

'64 kina matters Goldwater's prob. ---
water made his third trip into
OHIO Ohio Tuesday night to speak In lens, they said, were on Social DEAR ABBY: Although I read your column a cousin who Is M, unmarried, and 1'011'11'\1'01' t II\ /
BHASKELL SHORT Cleveland Sen. Hubert H. Security and nuclear arms con regularly, I missed your letter criticizing the a well-known religious organnatlon she Ir.e-
United Press International Humphrey, the Democratic vie trol. clergyman for asking the prospective bride if in a large city and comes to visit men 1) i It', "
COLUMBUS, Ohio (\1'1)- presidential candidate, was In In addition to the presidential she were pregnant or not However, if the letters months for a week-end She was ale ups quite)
majority of Onto political ob. Cincinnati at the same time on and senatorial contests, the which appeared from some clergymen todayare careless about her person hut each lime she
servers appear convinced that his fifth Buckeye campaigntrip. state will elect 24 congressmen, representative of the Protestant clergy. I visits me she's worse She ha been hero dui! nit
President Johnson will all of Its stat representativesand am ashamed to be numbered among them Any the holiest spells without taking a loath 0111 t"I '
Ohio next carry half of his state senatorsand clergyman who 'performs S58 marriages one I have hinted that we have plenty of hot sorer.
Tuesday and The Its to :
that GOP based hopes
Buckex- the majority of Its county year, unless he has a congregation of or but I got nowhere When she leaves, the loom ,
stale voters will send a large extent upon party officials. The GOP has an 18 to more members, is not a clergyman, but an operator she occupied annuls' to high .heaven II ne.nly
Republican Rep. Robert Taft members staying line. They 6 edge In the congressional del. of a marriage! mill and can expect the ab- kills me to have such a sloppy,, dirty creu'ure
Jr. to the Senate. ran heavy newspaper advert. normalcy he reports t am aware of course, in my home. And I know it lust fair to my
The newspaper and political till campaigns for their entire egetlon-------- that some brides. are But the number family !She has always wen one of my favonte !
polls Indicate Republican cross.oers ticket and, since they held a of brides who are NOT rre'na I is so far In relatives but I can't take any more of this \\hat \
will put the state's S6 wide edge in the number of DUNDEEMrs. the majority that a clergyman ran assume that can I do without hurting her feelings*

electoral votes In the Democra.tic local incumbents seeking re. she Is not. Nrittor I. nor any pastor of my acquaintance COUNTRY COUSIN'
presidential column for the election they hoped party ley. Leona Newman Dr. has ever felt the necessity to aka
first time since 1.... alt). would show through. Frank Lore, and Richard Camp. bride routinely if she is pregnant !Should I be DEAR COlSINi: Forgets her ferUis sad
The same polls show Repub. Still there were Indicationssome bell all of Dundee were recently the only one to uphold your right to criticisethe think of her future. One of these days hr'UI)lime
Means sticking with their party Republicans feared Gold dismissed from Winter Haven clergyman for having sited that nutietiwi, her Job unless someone Irlls her how oftcnnlvr
10 vote for Taft In his race water might hurt them especially Hospital pleat let me know socan update my conscience her rarelctuneit Is I If yes truly like her, for

against Democratic Sen. in the cities In the Ne.gro Mrs. Llllle Barker has been Sincerely yours IIHl: sake, tell her

Stephen M. Young and for districts, GOP sample bal. visiting for over a week In Lake. RKMCRRND: D. a
Rep. Oliver P. Bolton, who Is lots showing how to vote for land with her ion and daughter
running for the congressman Republicans ignored Goldwater, In-Uw, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bark- HEAR KKMRF.Nn: D.: No nerd to update DEAR ABBY Please Mp nw In my crusade
tour connrlencr. II Is as modern as tomorrow.Herau ..newt compsuHss that provide ttW customer
at.large seat Taft Is leaving apparently in hopes Republl.cans
er.Mr. <* to many more people wrote at first to with a return envelope ....ktd. "PI,AM:
Bolton Is opposed by Robert E. would not be associatedwith and Mrs. Jack Dempsey, "
aar "Shame on you. than "Gimd for you, 1 STAMP lirRK" printed In the upper right hand
Sweeney, a Cleveland Demo. him in the voters' mind. accompanied by their house pulled In my claws But In the final tabulation cornw. This has bugged mo for yearn I rum I'
crat. Democrats claimed late in guests Mr. and Mrs.Otto Dentp- more readers agreed .lth you. known where to place a stamp on an envelope
Democrats fear polls showing the campaign that the Republl.cans soy of Charleston S. C., visited allies I wa in im("mol graxle.
Johnson getting 60 per cent of who control the state elec. during tlje week in Moore Haven . Like
the vote may be too good to be tlon machinery, arranged the with another brother and his DEAR: ABBV I womtor how many women I'GCWD' ) aWeed

true They point out that, based list of candidates In favor of wife Mr. and Mrs. M u n ro e arc not on speaking terms with their dalllh'.... DEAR BlC..rl: It do "n't Uk nniih In
upon the expected vote John. the GOP in some areas where Dempsey. :and daughters.:In law because they had the nerve bug you. "rLAK: STIMI IIHIK": : I I. only In
son would get a record 845,000 voting machines are used. Recent visitors of Mrs. Lula to say NO as I did when asked to hahv-sit with remind people hut( a slump' ,Is Her emwrv. lI..n't
majority. The Ohio record Is Secretary of State Ted W. Pearce were her nephew and my grandchildren' This generation of II'lInd.rhlldr..n look a (III envelope' In the upper right hand
822,000 scored In 1956 by for. Brown said the law was silent niece, Mr. and Mrs. Chester IH wild and uncontrollable, and It Is an corner and simmer doss
mer President Dwight D. El. on arranging the presidential Hayes of Gainesville.Mrs. exhausting job to run after them. Well, I'm too
old for that sort of nonsense. and I said M I S 1 .
senhower In his second victory candidates but required all Henry Danielson I.home
to buy children's affection
over Adlal E. Stevenson others to be rotated alphabet from Norway, Mich Accompany. after THEIR my children while they do by all looking the Troutled Write to ABBY, Box (11II'1I10. in
Despite the percentage cally. trig her was Mrs. Ruth Brodenof things I would like to have done but ceuktnt Angeles'! Calif. Foe personal .reply, enclose astamped
showed In the polls, most ob. As a matter of courtesy to Norway, who will be Mrs. because I was too busy raising THEM IIeIf..hh-.d mvetntw. .
servers talked of a Johnson Democrats, since he Is a Re. Danlelson's guest during the win. e e
majority of between 100,000and publican, Brown said he always ter months. rillLADKLfUlAN; '
150000. listed the Democratic presidential Mr. and Mrs. Allen Knowlesare For Abby's iMmklet.. "How To Iliive A Lovely
Republican admit they are candidate first. The result visiting in Tampa this weekat Meriting," M>..1| 80 soma to Ahoy Hoe 11II700.< KIDS GROWThey
In a rough uphill fight for Sen. was that by putting Johnson the home of Mrs. Knowles' DEAR ABBY: I am at my wits' end trying Us Angela Calif
Barry Coldwater. They claim first and Taft ahead of Young brother-In-1aw and sister, Mr. to deride how to hw dh> (Ms. problem"' I have C Mchsauehl. .......u,. I., ,turdw

they see some rays of hope In and Bolton ahead of his oppo. and Mrs. J. M. Corum. sure do. Before you know It they will be
the polls, although some be. nent (Sweeney), the lineup on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Denmark
have his situation Is such that the machines was Johnson, have returned from North Florida NEWS OFRECORD ready for college. Do something about It now

organizational help, which Taft, and Dolton on one line where, they visited the for while there It it III time to build a trust fund for

might swing a marginal con. and Goldwater, Young and mer's brother In-law and sister, them. Our fruit officer will be glad to tit down
test cannot help the GOP pres. Sweeney on another. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Starling of
identlal candidate The name arrangement was Live Oak, and a brother and with you and your wife and go aver the many

The COP studies of the varl. not involved In the wide area sfster-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ascot couNT services available to you. You will be glad you
..... rd.5
ous polls indicated a GOP de. where paper ballots were used Denmark of Jasper. C C Ur r1KMM* A McQOpa1 did
faction of 5 to 8 per cent. They since presidential candidatesare Weekend visitors at the homeof :.H m N fl It il *lomlaw"*' >WM urtttMB believe the GOP may be able to on one ballot and other Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wallace .: Wriihi. ttt ItrwttM felts
overcome this, since the Re. contests are on a separate were their son-tn-law and daughter N>$'"*liK Vr : .* itjHtf I "., Ar1II:: ICA.N
publicans usually win by 5 perc.nt piece of paper. M-Sgt. and Mrs.. Jack Young- SMM. 111 i WUMW .l *l. MMm- NN.I'.lC NA..J IIANKSGTTdFi
or so, If they get some There was general agreement court and children of Warner A J" tSi'Virktr: vi fens MwtOM.UMiVAffw

help by Democratic defections the candidates failed to stir the Robins Air Base, Macon, Ga. Mart. n Willis CIM*
ofcr civil rights and from the voters as they did in 1960.This, Also visiting! the Wallace family Ytmn JMIM Sivorw n "'_.. _OI, *Nrehl 4*

Still undecided vote.1J'0U. plus a drop In registration in were Mr. and Mrs Bill Young h .l air M* aarik
) show however, the ex. traditional Democratic areas, court and daughter Diane of Baltimore "&III''f.ftcf.. ttiim HI tttm !
pected civil rights backlash led the state's chief election of. Md. i. DHllJ 1 yo Ttrhdtll, MulUrtlir-1 ",
ton end l StTtnii. Inc T U iclimtKM
may not hurt Democrats as fleer to predict a 4,228,000 voter
much as first believed.BThere turnout. This would be a rec. IrYnr, f .Lo ...1 awNdnn
sizeable ord but only 17,000 more than Dundee ";;-V"'tI" t,! IL I
still is a num. The Youth Fellowship of == rI1
ber of undecided voters and In 1960. MethoditLC&ireh spent an I Nla'etd1p. >lMr : I
,pme polls show Ooldwater Democratic National Chair. enjoyable evepng -fttfiw the Ipre inllUJY 6V. ,1AIM1.,4 jl
w .gaining among their A Uffl.versit / mtn JOhn M. Ifettey, after five week skating aj an AiMfrMale a.uIf MtfitiM cl (rn YI NMYN ...._
days In the state late this Participant .tal nrpwIndl
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showed month to prevent the state Sandra suer .. ....
Toledo area recently were Bennett,Mary Alice 1-.1 .Inll .n l tI... ..OfllIi
Johnson winning that Democra. from shifting as It did In 1960 Johnson, Ma,1, lyn Kobe, Denese : drrIorlrlminl II YW Lilli. v. mdsew.fb.Mrlcu'-
tlij stronghold 2 to 1. GOP said Johnson would not have Hardy, Geramelne King Sandl nt a i)t G INdnN eIYM,Mr rot W.r IoA,!= tt:.
spokesmen said If Johnson was trouble on issues In the state. Long, Roxanne flock. Danm Livingston ":I' uL Idle 1tueY4 N Y1, "
1 IhM errrulln, lorliu" "Stop acting ailly. Howardwe're married now'
slipping In Democratic areas, He said Democrats could win MitchellAyers. Susanne fir Dnondu. Count Nrln.' Itaiil
Republicans could hope for but their problems were the Hun/eker Judy Fisher Jeanne Tlnry V ft* IU Jon ud ArcMIlt Oliptl Ulirrla M 'PfMrflM Mir-

gains elsewhere., GOP organization, the "strong"GOP Ethrldge, I'lckln Calhoun, Mar. ./rvuirKiroo re iSl<. .u.yO. WillumCnirW.
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!Rugged And Often Ugly 1964\\ paced over five years and for
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Campaign Coming To A Close on administration communism"did became not under.the \ STEAKS

stand the true nature of com
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(PART TWO OF A SERIES) Political Indicators suggestedthat son's Integrity was one of the i In private Coldwater com. "
Johnson would draw more best issue working for him. He plained that he had been hurt A
GoMwater's ..tratoeU d than the normal share of Dem. repeatedly asserted that higher by distortions of his position on k' )JJJ b}:] SIRLOIN
for sweeping the southern ocratlc support In the farm belt standards In the White House nuclear weapons and Social Se.
states and carrying at least and the Far West but less than were needed to raise the IlL ourlty. The Democrats never let ,. /
four of the seven meet populous normal in the South. Because Uon's moral standards. him ferret that be had once ad. Nisi TOP ROUND
states those casting more the civil rights issue was drawnso vocated voluntary participationIn
than 20 electoral votes each. vividly, he was assured of The campaign outlook was the Social Security system 9 8
The rest of the 270 electoral getting a larger share of the clouded In mid-October when and had once written that there T-BONE
vote needed to win would have Negro vote than any previous Jenkins long a confidential aide should be prompt and complete /
to come from the border states, Democratic presidential candi. to Johnson, resigned after dts. termination of farm subsidies. SIRLOIN TIP Lb.
the Midwest and Far West. date.From closure that he twice had been They also hammered him for -
Coldwater' hopes of victory on the time of his nomina. arrested on morals charges his votes against the nuclear
the East Coast were never lion, Coldwater has made an Issue While Coldwater seldom men. test ban treaty and welfare leg.
of "crime In the streets," tinned the case, other Republl. Islatlon.
high.Democratic strategy aimed at rising crime rates and what he can orators were less reserved. The Arizona senator retorted ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED BREAKFAST
all seven of the big states called "moral decay" In the Coldwater did use the Bobby that the Johnson administration
those sought by Coldwater plus nation. His remarks about Baker case for frequent attacks was one of "political daddy.
New York, Pennsylvania and crime In the streets was Interp. on Johnson Baker Is former Ism" which would have the fed. C
Michigan. The seven states reted by critics to be a refer Senate official, once closely.. eral government constantly ex. SLICED BACON 2LB.PKG. 79
have a total of 210 electoral once to racial violence and an soclated with Johnson whose pandlng and taking the nation :
votes and have been a prime appeal for white backlash support outside business activities have toward socialism.In .
Democratic target since Frank. been subject to a still unfln. style, the two presidential
lln D. Roosevelt's first victoryIn However Coldwater was con. Ished Senate investigation candidates offered a sharp con.
1932. vinced that doubt about John.I The Jenkins case coincidedwith tract. Johnson gloried in the DELICIOUS PORK
a Soviet government upheaval crowds he drew along motor. K1"SWIFTS
Communist China's first cede routes tried to shake ev. t
nuclear explosion and the elec. ery hand he could reach and S f'
tlon of a Labor government In strayed from his prepared texts '
Great Britain. These events for folksy talk or emotional ., I SAUSAGE 39
brought the President back to scolding of Coldwater Republl. Lb.
I Washington where, just by dosing canlsm.
his job he could carry on Affable and outgoing private
the most effective type of cam. ly, Coldwater was more re.
palgnlng strained as a campaigner. His "SUPER-RIGHF HEAVY CALF SALE (BABY BEEF)
Peace and prosperity was the managers made no attempt to
Democratic campaign theme turn out crowds except for his
anyway. It was Intended to scheduled rallies, where enthus.lasm SIRLOIN STEAK . lb. 79c a BRISKET STEW e e lb. 19c I
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offered blueprints of no Each party has a loose budg.et .
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e4 hew : task forces dealing with defense for both parties. In preliminary
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said today that his firm reel. discover the Virgin IM- pled by well-known families and II
t -red sales of $99,397,067 dur. lands? such writers as Henry Jam..
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t lam In mutual funds savings and On this day In int. price 4 estate In this section, and In,
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{Campaign Coming To A ClosePART on administration i failure communism"and that did because it not wu under."10ft the f1'1' STEAKS

; stand the. true nature of communltm. .

( TWO OF A SERIES) Political Indicators suggestedthat son's integrity was one of the In private Goldwater complained .
Johnson would draw more best issue working for him. He that be had been hurt A
Goldwater's strategy called than the normal share of Dem. repeatedly asserted that higher by distortion of his position on Wi} SIRLOIN
for sweeping the southern ocratlc: support in the farm belt standards in the White House nuclear weapon and Social Se.
states and carrying at least and the Far West but less than were needed to raise the na. rurlty. The Democrats never let! !
four of the seven most populous normal in the South. Because tlon's moral standards.The him forget that he had once ad. ;' TOP ROUND
states those casting more the civil rights Is.ue..u drawnso vocated voluntary participation 98j.
than 20 electoral votes each. vividly, he was assured of campaign outlook was in the Social Security system
The rest of the 270 electoral: getting a larger share of the clouded in mld.October when and had once written that there BONE
votes needed to win would have Negro vote than any previous Jenkins, long a confidential aide should be prompt and complete
to come from the border states Democratic presidential candl. to Johnson, resigned after dls. termination of farm subsidies. SIRLOIN TIP Lb.
the Midwest and Far West. date.From closure that he twice had been They also hammered him for
Coldwater's hopes of victory on the time of his nomina. arrested on morals charges his votes against the nuclear
the East Coast were never tion, Goldwater has made an Is. While Goldwater seldom men. test ban treaty and welfare leg.
sue of "crime in the streets," tloned the case, other Republi islation.
high.Democratic strategy aimed at rising crime rates and what he can orators were less reserved. The Arizona senator retorted ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED BREAKFAST
all seven of the big states called "moral decay" in the Goldwater did use the Bobby that the Johnson administration
those sought by Coldwater plus nation. His remarks about Baker case for frequent attacks was one of "political daddy.
New York, Pennsylvania and crime in the streets was interp. on Johnson. Baker is a former Ism" which would have the fed. 2-LB.
Michigan. The seven states reted by critics to be a refer. Senate official, once closely associated eral government constantly ex SLICED BACON 79
have a total of 210 electoral ence to racial violence and an with Johnson, whose pandlng and taking the nation PKG.SWIFT'S .
votes. and have been a prime appeal for white backlash sup. outside business activities have toward socialism.In .
Democratic target since Frank. port.However been subject to a till unfinished style, the two presidential
tin D. Roosevelt's first victoryin Goldwater was con. ( Senate investigation candidates offered a sharp con.
1932. vlnced that doubt about John.I The Jenkins case coincided trast. Johnson gloried In the DELICIOUS PORK
with a Soviet government up. crowds: he drew along motor. K1'
heaval Communist China's first cade routes, tried to shake ev. E
nuclear explosion and the election ery hand he could reach and
of a Labor government in strayed from his prepared texts &\'
Great Britain. These events for folksy talk or emotional w 1 SAUSAGE 39
brought the President back to scoldings of Goldwater Republicanism. Lb.
I Washington where, just by do .
Ing his job he could carryon Affable and outgoing private
the most effective type of cam. ly Goldwater was more re.
palgnlng. trained as a campaigner. His "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CALF SALE (BABY BEEF)
Peace and prosperity was the managers made no attempt to

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show the President with a firm item ran high. He usually stuckto
r- hand on the tiller of foreign his prepared texts and to a T-BONE STEAK a lb. 85c e RIB STEAKS a lb. 69c
policy and to arouse the voters matter.of.fact style to deliver I
with cries of "don't let them what seemed to be his most In. ROUND STEAK e lb. 79c CLUB STEAKS . lb. 79c
take It away" In the field of dignant attacks on the Johnson
domestic policy. administration
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ta he hoped to travel abroad after When the costs are added up 1'
11, the campaign to confer with the presidential campaign Is .*
foreign leaders. Without going pected to be the most expensiveIn
Into detail he said he would of. history but without a phe. CORNED
fer new proposals to ease world nomenal increase over the priceof & 69
tensions. the 1960 campaign.
Ha offered blueprints of no Each party has a loose budg.et BEEF
new bold domestic programs in excess of $11 million or a Lb.
J.6a but did begin Issuing a series combined total of about $23 mil. I
of statements on economic Is. lion for the national campaign.
sues 10 days before the election. The 1960 figure for both partieswas SULTANA BRAND
-.e $19.9 million. QUARTSMAYONNAISE
Coldwater's campaign head. Television expense represents
quarters Issued reports by special the largest single Item of cost

I......lM* ef hew yes ceie !*., ..........; the.. task forces dealing with de. for both parties. In preliminary
Tense, budget policy Cuba and budgets, the COP allotted $4.7 39
temper e MATH it where yes will buy ..4 sire) million for television and the

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Morton Sales

All time TODAY'S NOTICTi Teti lfItTlGt laOWy LOOKiw

Record High cvr rtMoelNl. tflllt'JID aaot ElD ODLLAR.r

Record ntae-month sales, THI ANSWER QUICK! SPOT O* 'AMI-OUISS THI NAMI inteUeetual radkaltsm. but now
capped by an alUlme hI&IIlD 1. What Is the largest denom. .
settled down Into a rather staid,, 1 r
quarterly volume have been nation of US. currency urban community of family people I IB
posted by the B. C. Morton Or. 2. What 11 an Ion T -, white collar workers and _
ganlzatlon'I 62 financial ser. calledt 11 grand jury professional

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( are dignified
log to Harry S, Lulos, winter 4. What two US. corpora. old, redbrick buildings, some talS
h;>\en'f resident manager. jJJJJ have T the largest capital datingfrom the early ISOffs,

which were at CM time, occupied
The regional sales executive 6. On which voyage did Columbus .
by well-known families and
said today that hit firm regls. discover the Virgin Is.
such writers
u Henry Jamesand
tend sales of 199,397,087 dur. land
In; the nine months ended Sept, fIT Edith Wharton.
30th, comprising business writ. HArttNID TODAY Colonial New Yorkers built
tab In mutual funds, savings and On this day In int. price estates In this section: and In
loan association placements, re. virtually collapsed on the New the iTOOs, yellow fever epl-
city investment and Insurance. York Stock Exchange. derma drove scores of ettlsens
total bettered by 18.7 here where living was somewhat "
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cent the f83,788,953 of last ITS 1IIN SAID ton's Inaugural, however the
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of tin pact tar toaccept the arch
was a potters field I ,
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for the quarter ended Sept. 30th Osborn.
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A.a eM.NtC Ai tAlry C.N.CK Ov.Ia 11q 9'p i j ,
Da gcav.p ,DPt OUT? 71.0 OON41M5Nf PaOPL4 WILE
'went t
sews et.rArfa.TUw
L DAY 00 ANDAso.INt-. m ::,iwkJ ID er' t 'S
per e?:

50 Day For O INSERTION Rt' c: '. Ir r --vsI1TJ '?

Do you know of an easier way to shop or ..117 When you makeour o"

Want Ads your marketplace all you do is place your ad and wait

for the phone to ring (and ring it will ) or sit back and enjoy reading '

the Want Ads, then phone for an appointment to see the advertised: wn I A r: X es e ea can etT fl O( RIAVP Aw. eAT an ,NIE '
eeM feR1 PLAT! .eLj1ffD P0/e pF/p4.5'kr1/r 1VfI'L![
items. Want Ads do the work and quickly! .4 MAfr'WI Jr+ Ra ce'teR eicmt tee wmp AMVtatR NOe .rs.o eKNIw

AM f .NUMhalf Ir011.I' lRrtil'w.

Classified Dept. Phone 293-2191 .


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(I) AnnouncementsDressel ((2)) Help Wanted ((5-A) Moving & Storage I ((10)) Articles For Sale ((10-A) Boats & Motors I ((13)) Real Estate For Sale


LADIES IMPERIAL MOVING ft 8TORACK: lANE STAR 1964 15 flberglam. 76 //s UNITS !
Prompt and efficient ,..,\.Icr for MoonlightCarnival HP Juhiuun Like. new llSO and
all your moving needi. Call anHume jiaymenU 293-523U: after
for Make thIs season a profitableone. CY HIM for free eiilmttei. Of ValuesOn 4 00 p.m :39-1 Price "toll 00 will consider

Agent for All.. Van Linen, innserving To Good a low down payment 1 ona bed-
NOWdaytime Earn $300 to $600 for yourself all 10 utatea. 14-Tr UsedAppliances OUTBOARD MOTOR In ...,.II.nl room apartmenta lor HjMX) w ek-

during the next weeks sellIng condition 5 HP JUHI completely ly each moat are FURNISHED
I overhauled Cheap Call 293-5261.: little upkeep and maintenance
or Avon'i handsome gift line., ((6)) Special Services 13M 34th 81 NW :29-1 ample parking aoned for commerelal -

u.. on buay highway for
Write P.O. Boi 1395 or call NO DOWN PAYMENT future value 80 I 100 loot lot

"after flve'COTTAGE 682-4117 Lakeland CARPENTER work Roofing. Remodeling Payments as low at ILlS Wk. (I II I) Wanted To Rent don't today.mill thli opportunlycall -

at 28-3C Repair. Cabinet. Formica FOR WISE SHOPPERS!
top. All power toola CY G.E. 10 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR. CAI.L VS FOR TRADES

WANTED Experienced waitress 4-H379. 20-TF Reclaimed A real Furnlahed houae with 1 bedroomi REALTORS -. EXCHANGORS
and rurb girt. Apply In perion --- -- by couple. Write Box A-1487 %" Win-
SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME bargain Take payments Haven Dally Newi-Chlef. 28-29
\ JultRa'A ] Teddy Bear Reitaurant, 170 Oh16rr CUSTOM MAD DRAPES AND _. up
of Wk.
St. ALTERATIONS lillnd itltrhedmodern $1.50

WANTED: Lady for ready to equipment 1 3010, Hickory I MOVING-STORAGE UPHOLSTERYFINE (lil-A I ) For Rent, Unf. ATHEFtTONRIALTr
wear und .h"" .. Kx|>erlence pre NW. CY 1-7554 Mn.. Edna Sehosoer.4Nov USED G.E. REFRIGERATORLate

SHOP formed flood for right party. I model Runs good \
Rly -- ----
Apply Jay's To Wear 28-TF Winter Haven Drafting Co THREE IVORY BROTHERS UI'IIOI.8TIiRY: Rough treatment You carry FOR RENT Modern unfurnlihed CO.
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960 Cypress Gardens Road WANTED) Pert-time waite... I.nM.rro All typea Commercial ftResidential MOVING COMPANY EXPERT REFINISHING it $39.95 :2-bedroom houne Air conditioned. 1
Open 9 A.M. 'til 7 P.M. Reitaurnnl. Apply In perann.13-TF guaranteed DraftingBallafactlon I' AgentS ALLIED VAN LINES WOLFE S UPHOLSTERY SHOP I Near. Exchange Suitable for Bank office. Adult

-- --..--- -.- Drawn Bldg. CY 4-1433: Loral Long Dlitanca 214 Ave. A. SE CY 1-2710: PIIILCO DBLE. DOOR REF. Reference Phone :293-1844._13-TF__ : >4> W. Central A.....
26- J-TF Moving Day Night u teeter TV 4-31 04
I FREEZER with new $85.00I Or.ce AtkerUa,
--.- .-- - Call Collect 1.06"C7"5Warehou. 28-Nov. 28 3II DROOM 2 bath home South- : Jab A. 1Iam... A._. CV: MlltMltei
Management Trainee Winter Haven Floor Surfacing Co. ... Off. Bartow Air Baae25Nov. unit Need room Will I rant Section Beanley RealtyCo SIB.>)>
Satlnfactlun guaranteed sacrifice $69.95 934 Sth St.. NW. CY 3-2757. -J5-

Choice I To start In receiving department I. A. MOUTZ :25 TELEVISION REPAIRCALL I I J'l.TF ,
Sit I. First St. Phone CY 4-1391 -- BY OWNER -- I-badroom home
Zotot and be trained for advancement 29-1 I --BEDROOM unfurnlnhed houae Excellent location COnsider equity -

No experience nee- ALUMINUM WASHER $39.92 I ATHER10N REALTY 543 W In mobile home 299-30(7 evening
JORDAN TV Central,, C'Y121<.. 13-TF !. 28-1
chary, but should have com ((6-A Animals & 293-HMI I SYMPHONIC RECORD ,
) Supplies .
For TV Repair, Translator.
W' pleted high school with above oc.r""rt.1 Car Radio. Elfl.Gututanteed I I BEDROOM 1 balh W500 736 1100 DOWN 16300 month. 1043
!Screen Encloiurei PLAYER $39.95I 3Ut Court. NW. Heanley Really 21lh 81 NW. S-BR. CB Immediate

pi... average gradei Also military Awnlngi a Window ... UlJkEN Co. 134 Sth St.. NW. CY 3-2757: occupancy. C. F. MrComle
service or be married. This ii MIMI'S PINK POODLE SALON' Building Speclalltlvi I I II STAMPS1TF SHOPMATE POWER SAW :I7.TF Broker CY 3-2649.> 25-30
Girl Complete irofeiilnnal I grooming. I
I permanent salaried position. Reg. Price $59.95 Balance of
W. ARC Toy pupplei available. Phone293I768 DISCOUNT SALES (0. INC. MAKE TillS TilE BEST

Ask for the names of those who for appointment. IN-TF 1"1 George Do It" t'KNTUAL;tu.( TIIONICt FI.OHIDA! $33.25 Pick up payments of ((12)) For Rent Furn. THANKSGIVING &
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Barbara or Ave A, A bib St., SW936694: .
have been trained and promoted $1.25 week.
RE 27-Oct. 27
Career Girl Cold Wave from this job. Apply Mr. Call after 1:00: pm. Profeutonal Serviceat
CY S-3925.. 27-29, moderate enpenaeUAI ROOM ELECTRIC
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Edwards .. >II> IIbPAT( HUt Put your family In a new home
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BEAUTY SALONIOVTHIAIT TREE SERVICE 1&20: Havendale. HEATER $5.9 FURNISHED(90.00 t A Up this fall for the Best Buys of

PLAZACV Florida State Employment Ser. MALE!: BOXER Stud ServiceReglitered 7.TF Listings Wanted
Them AU .
1-1S39 Open Iviry CvinlngI : 401 5th St.. NW S-3&S1 fawn and whiteCY 2 -TF- GOODYEARSERVICE ATKINS REAl. ESTATE,

CABLING RE 8KTT1NU. 28-Oct. 28

WILL NOT be reiponilbli for To TradeWE Complete Free' Kmlmatea.Call STORE --
drbti contracted other than my
Good Working Hnun. Park 217 Ave. A, NW CY 12195283C Unfurntahed
own from thli day forward. .: CY I-933. 15-Nov. 15 CHAIRS fun rent. Ala.Hospital u Furnlihad
Reitaurant." Phon.CY 1-4324. 27-2
SIGNED- Clark C. Peanon linda Crutchea. Waiknrn.Coonmoda E. SUTCUFFE. REALTORCY *
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DATE October 28. 1964 BUY lined appliance and furniture Godfrey i Rental CY 4-4131 Evea. CY S-7213
llir.ll SCHOOL Graduate male,
29-1 Wanted for clerical. work. Applyin and furniture and ... aell HROOKS uaed appliance APPLIANCES FIRE EXTINGUISHER! 1-2411. 171 Ava. A. NW. If-TF 7-TF "RENTALS"GROVES
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perunn to Imperial Lumber Co.. : A FURNITURE. 2961 llavidale ROOM FOR RENT Private entrance.
Inc Bartow. Ha. :21-1 used TV. bath walking dla.
FIRE EXTINttUISHER SALES ft lance downtown CY S-3B17. :27-21
N-t ;; dependable. machine more than 11.21 week
WAITRESS wanted. and
Brtnglt' Jewelry SERVICE C02 Recharging. 0072llh Alio? used Vaci and Catalog Mer.chandlne .
CY 3-9959
Apply at Sundown Reaaurant St.. NW Winter Haven Fla IrdBt. See us or Just Call .

132 Third Street. BWH bltween 1.00 p m. and 1 00pm. ((8)) Automotive :293-1367. I.lr.. Service 2-TF PARTS ft SERVICE for KlrbyHoover Next The to Singer Goodwill Company Store.. :21-St NICE front room for rent In lovely -
and 11.00 Kitchen -
Block South of Post Office p.m. pm Electrolux: and all other I neighborhood Cloie-ln. BILL GARNERREALTOR
19-TF privilege, Lady or couple.
Free 1 delivery and soil-
Quality Watch ad SPEEDOMETER: Tachometer. RE-WEAVING male ."UIRE VACUUM SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY .:294-2308. 28-30
ONCE RawlelKhDealer :
Jewelry Repair Complete eervlca and new cablet. I.EANICR: SERVICE Phone Contact Owenn Touchton, .l-OSSB, ----
In NK Pnlk Aumrndale. 00 week.
County or TRAILERS. 110 a
I. ft. J Service. 116 bIb SI.. KW. ('Y :29-1 IIOL'BE Charlie Fields Assoc.
Writ Hawlelgh. DeptPA CY 4-4258. 1-TF 10383'I Nov. I : _______ Llghti and water furnlxhed. 6th ,
J 473 I Memphla. Tenn.29- Burn. Moth Hulei, Teara Street. Elolie. or call CY 1-9968. 602 6th St., NW
19-Nov. 19 Expertly, Re-Woven FULLY Automatic Zlg-ZaK Sewing :29-4 25-31 I
CURB liFts wanted. No experlencineceiiary Machine Buttonholca, blind --- -- --
CADILLAC. 1960 Lr ale, goodllrei. I SMAHTT'S RB-WEAV1NO:
Apply: Surfer King 2401Havendala mona good. Make. Offer! Call SERVICE; AUTO SERVICE hema. Without ."...hm..n.. Threito FURNISHED APARTMENTS .
Blvd. 284 CY S-3573. I-TF 533 I'OPE AVE CY 1-1739 choose from at 179 011. The Singer I I bedroom 150: to 175 RETIRED or SEMI-RETIRED
WEATHER'S COOLING -- -- -- .. -- Eitabllihed 1949 Company. 3rd Bt Next to Hood- up Uoailey Realty Co. (34: 6th Bt. You would like living In Lake
IEMI-RETIRED man wanted tor 196.1 1ONTIACTnmppt 1'Man. -DODUE- will Store. 27-3(1( NW. CY M757.: 16-TF Alfred In thla very comfortable :3-

DOWN A BIT. BUT part time. work Pleaunt aui Sport CouM| red II'tiu New 21-Nov 22 Aulh-irlird factory Service Oil bedroom home. Living acreened-ln room front hat
round In.. new modern more Re- brakni.: W/W tlrei. nil. Chryilvr Plymnulh aUincer ----- --- -- 1 DEDROOM furnlihed apartment fireplace a big .

ill exiwrlence preferred Write Box ...1., 260 HP. Price reduced to Valiant. |M month ATHERTON REAI.TY porch very desirable neighborhood.Only
WANT AD RESULTS ARE A-1491 '1, Newa-Chlef. :n-l rock bottom for Immediate sole, BUILDING REPAIRSFor FLOYD IU/HKKTS MOTORS Singer Slant Needle 543 W. Central Ave :2H4-S2M 17500 Terma! FR 2-1SS7.
-- --- Noel ..11 now. 2401 Ave C, NW. (21 Sixth St. SW 293-4101 ISTFI
29-1 19-Nov. 19 -- -- --- -
MI .d reasonable party to take over ROOM furnlKhad apartment. 713

SERVICEMANGood FOR SALE 1963 FALCON SPRINTAll mall repair Joba call retired I? 00 per monthly paymenta on current Carroll Ave.. RW. Roar 110 weekly LAKE ELBEKT oPIIUTEI-!

arceuorlei. Small builder model Dinner Blunt Needle water furnished new Hove. 1-Bedroomi. 2 batha. family room.
( ) Instructions with Awume balance Can be arm equity.n anylimo CY 1-2470 CAMPING TRAILERS .....In. nachln.Equititwd to ZigZuK. 29S-73U. 28-30 double garage, central heat and
opportunity drapea. dlehwanher. 590
makei button hoh. and fancy ------ air carpet
after .
a uu CY '801 27-2
leading Put Control Or. p 25-TI tltchen etc Comnlele hnUncl SMALL partly furnished houae. Water 15th St.. NE. 293-0387..... 30-Oct. 30
-- -- 171 l 20 FULLY tiUARANTEF.D and ,,,hl. furnlihed. III 00 per .
I.B.M. genintion. Prtvioui route week. 101I Ave 0 NE CY S-5HW. GOOD BUY!
HAVE YOU SEEN ozY \ 3-Bedroomj, 1% bathe, central heatIng. -
but FREE 29-1
KEY PUNCH t.perionet helpful, not Painting Papering Good location do.. to all

nee.ii ry. Applicant with Li% AM PER I-BEDROOM block houie. Water rhooli.. Contact Mr. Lamar

Learn In Repairing ,.,.. HOME TRIAL Call CY Engllah. 28-1
I Wieki In neat appearanc, initiative THE BARGAINS -n "' i-nvr-n-: -:-:-. Jir.TI.h.d. |IO weekly. 27-29 _

Day School and willing no" to work CALL ANYTIME

IN I. J. McCOY Quality work- GET TilE BEST 1-BEDROOM furnlihed apartment. Located at 444
can advance within our ..,.. Service Rentala
14 Werki In manihlp fait clean and reaaonable 294-4505 Ground floor. 505 A... L, NE.
Night School organization. Good Incentive 4th FLORIDA WHOLESALE D1ST Inc. -TF
GOODYEAR'SUsed Phone CY I-M80. US Havendale Blvd. 293-7920 Ave. B, NE
Street. Jan-Phyl Village 17-TF
LAKELAND arrangement. 19.5
BUSINESS pay ---- .- -- CLEAN comfortable small hnuie. 1-
INSTITUTE INC. Broad program of employee ----- --- Bedroom living room. kitchen Two story older home. needs

Tire Dept. PAINTINGCHARLES JOHNSON CAMP TRAILERS GAS welding outfit. 2 DeVllblai bath and carport. Screened porch
401 W. Peachtre on Lak Wire benofih. Ag. 21- Ingeraol Rand electric some fixin'! has four bedrooms,
Bleepa 1. Cloie-out price MM UP pray gum. and water aupplled. 10 mln. to Port
Lakeland Florida 'I 35. Only pplicanti who Bank Rate financing, ai low ai |>5 Impact ""'III'h. Complete. with Office or Bartow ball on MOA. CY I IVk baths, kitchen, dining room
MU 1.18M IS-M
month. Regain your payment by ca.*. Llka new. 293-4732. 2S-30 1-4771. 28-30
-Nov. t can withttand thorough IVER8ON living room, fireplace.
to trtindi I
Inveitigation need apply 186. FORD lalanle Silo 4-door vii Phone CY 1-68111 JOHNSON your APPLIANCES Hwy MOTOROLA Conwle TV. RCA E..,., i NY"'urnl.h..d, -room., Wood floors small basement.

automatic. HA)!, P 8. Sharp |5'5. Careful, Work by Hour or Eitimat 17-4) Uike Alfred :173-1139: Stereo und HI-FI conaole A ma- private bath apartment. ..Utllltleifurnlehed. Lot 100 x ISO ft. Near all schools
LEARN CY 1-71135. 23-29: 25-Nuv :25 tel file cab net Excellent eonilltlon Outilde entrance Alt
SHORTHAND for Appointment 0-Nov CY 1-76.3. 27-29 iM-trlc. 314 Ave A. BE CY 1-79117 and stores. Payments only
61 CHEVY VI. D/P Hur Shift. 29-1 month after down
CY Dunlov Cam. W/W "96. CY32H44 ._ per
Telephone -
4-3201. POLY FOAM RUbBER -- --
(Speedwrlllnj) MARINE SUPPLIES Owner will take 2nd
II :2 -lIW1 BRINii; YOUR PAn P'ftl'oI-WE'I.L' lit floor apartment. Walking die- payments.
--- -- -- CUT WHILE!: VOW WAIT LOWi'ltl'K lane. 10 town and I.k. Quiet mortgage for quick sale.
Wieki In GAI.AX1K 500. -1-door hardtoP. : FORDS TRIM SHOP. Wl and ......n. Adulto pie.... 181 Ave.
Day School 4''K engine I carburatori, 4 on Marina Accenwrlei CLOSE OUT. ft. TRIUMPH CYCLES! B. NW. II-TF
ANYONE CAN MAKE A th. floor aeat belli, R/ll black 40% Discount on all Self il and *|x>rla model -- Ave U NW CY 3-0611. >>TF :_. :_ RETIREMENT HOME
It Witki In with black. and ..hlte Interior, excellent acceuorlea while they lait Nu ,. :'lnt.. -- --- CONOENIAL middle aged lady to

Night School "FLYING TACKLE"BY condition, IIN95WI Can be FLORIDA WHOLESALEDISTRIBUTORS 9-9 p.m Dally All Day Saturday DUO-ThERM oil heater lIne In.ld.I.nk. phare apartment with aame Reference at 2525 Ave. J, NW. Vt block
Open at 4111' Ave M. NE after t INC. LAKELAND; CYCLE ('0. $2119): 7\tI Av. C. SW.tol: exchanged Call before '.
from Lake. 3 bedrooms
LAKELAND BUSINESS USING THE p m or call Lakeland S82-514I. S1S7 Havendale Blvd. 293-79JO: MI 3rd St.. SW CY HaJJ ------- 12 00 Noon or after 5 W p m. living
INSTITUTE INC. 1S-TF S-Nov.' S 29S-404*. :291I room, tiled bath kitchen i

W Peachlre. Wlr.Lak..l.nd. -- ; ; 27-TF .JED .ILFRIULRAIORS screened back Hardwood
401 Lak.
on CLASSIFIED ADS SALE ISHChny.len Windsor 4- porch. \
Rangei Woahen Dryer to I MONTHS I-bedroom cottage
,MWt Florida door ledan. Kxcellent.: Air ctondlhoned SAW SHARPENING Air Conditioner.. Unconditioned on Lake Marlon. 1100 per floors space heater. Sprinkler

MU heater, radio Full power. FIX-IT SHOP fully guaranteed. TanninFrom month. :293-4W7: 21-TF system carport and garage or il'
UU500 J7M7HS. :27-29: \
J-Nov 5 S299S: anJ Up JOHNSON:
(7-B) Loans Up To $600 APPLIANCES Lake Alfred I ft 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS work shop withn bath. No !
IMO OLt>R, Super M, hamtltopP Bawi. Shear Tool iharpened fhona 37J-IIM. .4.lej for people.BOWEN .
I' BRill. C."<1 condition Low Quick service. on 1..1.,.. Meant name da) bniught In We fix, clocki. 37'111IIIII7.TF particular MOTOR LODGE city taxes. I ;

dnwn. payment Take paymenla Iron. iierculatnri, electric blanketa.clocki. ,Ir.-lric blink-I. etc PHILLIPSSAW
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DOROTHY DOUOAN'S Art Clan DOMESTIC li the company to borrow "f M] 01 pay off lOll Call :2RI-4I1S.: vacuum cleanen. Phillip ft SERVICE SHOP Back Hwy 29-1 Owner will finance with reasonable i

9 to 13 n m. each Thursday from' WHY % ,In l or :IIJ.\: t46 after 5 15. :29-1 Fix-It Shop Corner 34lh and O. NW Kay Korner corner Avenue li ft RO8ATO WRECKING --- -- -- down '

Initructlon In portrait and allll-llfe' .. Inwood. back 01 Koap-IComner Hill lnw..">d. Phone :294-2133. Oment blocka. Heel, I be...... channel payment. 'I''I'Call
oil and panel. Ridge Art (.nI.r I. Friendly "'Ic. Phone 294-2133. 23-Nov. 31 I 19-Nut 19 end angle Iran 1x4 a. !x'i.broken NICELY furnlehed I room apart.
21-30 I. Strictly confldimtlalI. brIck.. each. ment. Air conditioned water fur.nlehed. for appointment, to see ;
Open Saturday until 1 (8-AJ) Business Property antique 0c CY MUM. 27-29
p.m. --: -- - -
I'Y .VI6I4. :394I'ORMICA __ __ theae
.. lynn evenlnga n good buys.
| by 1..lnlmlllt r _ - - - --- !
LAST CLASS OF TilE YEAR I. Home operated NICE Room 17 U per week. Quiet.
I.: I1'd"19.nd' 1 I Prt entrance. CY 41MS.29: -
top pC.tn* F. FRASER

BROKERS {'om. In or nil pour friend ooor..1Mullin. FOR RENT ((9)) Business OpportunityBEER ((10)) Articles For Sale condition.table, S CY chain 1-1771-after 13(1( 011.4 Good p.m. -BEDROOM--furni/ihed-- -apartmenton -- Realtor

.t Lake Silver Drive Silver CreitAnartmenti
& SALESMEN 1 Modern Office unit Air :2S-TF Call CY 1-9770 or

DOMESTIC LOAN ('0. cond. It heat Excellent location Tavern For Bale I9MOOatock : USED ALUMINUM BIIEETSpreai -_ --- 293-1 M. 2-TF 121 Sri St., NW

Beginning 3rd St. & Ave. A NW Included. 13AJ( llw) 171 platei 23' 1 M" 26c each up Reconditioned uj-; ..m..I.14ii Phone CY 4-1526 CY 3-41(1
7:00 P.M. MONDAY NOV. I CY 3219 239 3rd St., S.W. South Bartow 27-1 to :30 platei >Ktt platei 23c each.100 QUALITY mono lit 2nd floor ..... ;

.6 Ample parking Ideal business I *"- ,.1.1.. 2lc each, over 100 work....unlfornu.e-color, -Not II uraiiackagadAll DO ion." 511 and 145', Ave. F. SW. CY 3-772 29-1 2S29

AtHAVEN or professional office I plalei lie each Eicellent. fur many Arlana Av.. Aub home and farm u ea Re-roof dog
HOTEL Owner w ill rent month to monthor ((9-A) Furniture ft bird houiea with them lue aiildlng I II Onntlnental Can :27-Nov. 27 ON CHAW: OF LAKES I A 2 .
(12-CJ[ ) Collection AgencyDelinquent farm bulldlngi.: At the -- -- --- -- Bedroom houaekeoptng. eGlI.....
1 on
LICENSED & GUARANTEED give lease New.-Chl.f Office 114 Ird III. BABY CRIB and mati..... HOW.Bnby Aim room. Monthly, weekly ratalBear 1964 MODELS MUST
I! NW. T-TF bathlnette. |' .00 All In roodrondltletl hoSting SIERRA
COMPLETE house full of new fine i 29-1 MOTEL North
Call CY M114 : COURT Hwy. 17
PADGETT accounti don't get paid 294-2444. Including electric GO SAVE UP TO
furniture :
PULVERIZED PEAT CY S-2UO. ---- --- --- 27-TF
unleii proper follow-up la lakrn on
and refrigerator, stereo .n"1 -- -
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL them W. InvIte all irnfeailunal 27-29 lamua. etc 11 ruomil, Used I Dundee Road.. Robert 11-TF 1Blackw.Id.r. USED ae| of World Ba"k! In goodcondition FURNISHED Pottage I raomi and $1,000.00

and business aocounta. Beit ""I.. than 1 month Tak. over imymenti Call ...-.1 after StIlt bath. ...* ItS al. III: CY 2-tftM
Phone 213.OHOI In town? IHU5 week. WARKHOl'SE!: 1----- p.m. 1-TF >>TF

22212J of Winter Haven. Inc. net) to Porter Paint. :2500 eq. ft.. .1 Road Havin li Lakeland mile South Road-of Old 2>>3-1"Winter ADMIRAL It.frlg.ratar In smieoetditlnn. FVRNIBHCD OR. UNFURNISHEDEFFICIENCIKB Range. Oven Dishwash
CY 4-8219 air conditioned Will decorate to CT Z1fe1. 27-35 and ll* BCD-
Located In Domeitlc Loan Bltlg.IS. lUll tenant To sea call PorterPaint I 13TOGET ROOMS. Nice' large airy roomi' er. Drapes Carpeted Living

( ) Help Wanted NW :294-4279. Ave D.I 3rd 27-29 St.. ((10)) Articles For Sale profeaakinat-carpet cleaningreiulti. BEAUTIFtn.Machine Deck embroidery Model Sewing work. Conveniently, Call:located CY r..OM 8 or PoetalBuilding. CY241OT. Room. Patio. Intercom -

I rent Electric Carpet Only CS900 Straight atttch from 9-TF System Large Lot.
Shomuooer. 1100 per day with pur- 999t TilSUujer Compiay. Ird St.
EXPERIENCED LP gai .aervk. (I'(4)) Lost & FoundLOST of Blue Lutl,.. John rMandHardware Nut' to Goodwill Stan 27-30 CLEAN furalehed apartment. Suaporek. -
((91) Business Opportunities 8INOER feed Singer OonaoleSewing i 2SWU8RD 2-3 SIR 1 Bath Ceiling
man. Age :30 to M Vacation medical 1. -- urage. aiwIU only KIT
coverage, Ille Insurance. retirement Machine Fully guaranteed I -- --- - 1 DRABIJORNesa beaun. :S&.OOO AO SW CY S-StSS 25-10 Heat Terrazzo Floors,

uniform beiirfiti. Opportunity OR STOLEN: : HungarianVleula Only loll 011. Portabln (ram ...... machine clearance l.TU 8 enck. In good eondttlon.
96. Thla week only The SingerCompany. Sewing MacMMExchange ,... 21-39: CONDITIONED Range I Oven Choice Lo
for advancement If qualified. dog Uooki like a Welmaraner. 05 i while they tail. WO AIR Lakefront
Call Lakeland 480143 for appointment Color reddleh I brown. MAYTAO Ird St. Next to Goodwill 45 Wh St.. NW. 293-et -- Apartment Sleety cation. Large Lot.

15TFSOMEONE Child pet. Aniwere to "Potro" A MII.ItLAur.1t" fKNTF.Bnew aell! aervlca Btoce r30v 9-TO WtWCHOLO fWwtohtaji tor ..... AdoRe 11780 Weekly crI.Tr
-' -- Reward. Call HMO. :1W.10 Conception I all l.... OMrt. Aeraae
CY landri.ealuring' Maytag ..arlo.SI :; I S SIlL bed ...IIhd.i; and from North prtmg Onto J7-9: 3-3 BR 1 Bath. Ceiling

to care for I child at 'oh., k.-t\ "|"-r..d waihera Hav* I > > vvevvva w *<>VX H 8 mnnna ....n..... MO Oil CVMe9l LAKEFNONT nlcoly fnrnlaho4annrtmonto Heat Terrazzo Floors.
my home. Call S73-I3M: 27-29: O0 eli "I I.K-atlon. next lo new Ml X If29RVKkvBR : FMIHIDAIRE RBFRKERATOM Coarwntently. located BuiHIn
[15)) House Trailers SIr.' at MS B: Central Approtllm. I Range Large
----- --- Oood condition. 9MO.. PkoneOM9K. i'l..r4aCall 294-111 l -:aINTEUSTINO
>. I lm.-' at 9000 balance $ PRINTERS ckeck Corner
mont Far Lot
OPENINO for woman. Permanent I '. <'". W.handle Inilallatlon.\ ft.no I >; ante raiment akinalim- othrD >>-1 : air--coadttlonedranaw Fruit Trees
dally part-time work la .local re- ., -
.r>; and. rand: Opening Writ X X rn.eea alas dating ilanueanla :" and kltcWatHlw. Next loSoMkeact
tall boils... Will train limo ane Trallera with and without Cabanai I., Sl lin r.utman. 2454 AmadenWmi.r STAR Try Dtadaz wT = IlsemavOy Des- 1 SMALL DOWN PAY
and LAKE DEER TRAILER I'AHK. I to packet atagaa*. 14. saeoo Itmaaia' Fuua. CY 3-sn-S. 1-Nev I
education. A-I4W
% N.w.hl.LMECHANIC Wnilibun n-29: inquire at office Telephone Nil Park Ha. 19-Nov. II n_. POlo.. CY 4-ioa. ui A,.. .., S.C.ANDtBSON. : 7oR I MENTS. FHA FINANCINC. .
-- -- IlDT1IIe CY 3m
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experienced In Can SEE THE NEW; 13 wide Delrnller & SALE OFFI-- 11-TF I sell 0 0 L. SHOPPING

Tractor Chevrolet Trucki. and at Lake Shore Court. 1414 Hwv WANTED! .All. perrelaMi Frig W.Ire autaenaUc UIT: AeqtAlTm CE 7ERS. CHURCHES
her I AND!
12 Weit. Auburndale >>TJI' S S Stacatteiii enndlttan tOE I-MroMn furnMwd aounelS45.
equipment Permanent poll- I. Irln.'LI
grove : : An imbitiiui man w Se &"0lna81 NW If-II: (SO. *W maatkly AduKapreferred. ALL OUTSTANDINGBUYS
lion with living quartera. See Tom Ideal winOs ,. be an li>..M*<.", .-- ---- whale Tker LaM Phone :291-H7 2-l ,
Wlllli. Phllipi urovea. Halnai FURNISHED houM trailer -110m.Ba..I. Retail'1 11II........,. Pane weekatriinma .l BOX SPRINGS M..t_ ........ I ALL SlEW BCfUBMMonnoaJ I IF YOU ACT
City. 422-2912.: :29-TF for flihlng. ft hunting S&60UO -- Call I ..>. in Servtee .,.- enatuno. Use .. 50setnte BaTV. "V 1197 57'... ISS NOW CALL TODAY
price lien Meeahanciuna 004 Mrvie. I .' DIt.. SnOat Oiajo. ::- I Steno $3 I
SERVICE STATION Young'inan" 294-3444 2731MOBlI.L I The Pure Oil Conine ; .Mea. and Lann New' rrtwMWARBHOU9K WINTER HAVEN TY ([12-A) For Sal or Rent
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with .I. abIlIty. Familiar with HOMES Inns a ixeeern tulMaeihtyatttitn ft.., .amIoa. .Ne' .. II0AJ BarnsConnary -
minor auto mechanic High school widen, for le..e en the CeIrons iIh' FVRNrfcRK. H Its
laos Modele W and If
,radual. Company, brnefiti Include
free .. In atork II" a Wl. ft... Let ua Qaraena Head near tnaniw I 9NW Ir TRAILER a. ., ZnceIlo i Inc.
paid vacation, luur."" S diy Pina ftapeina. Centarreeiaintial -u. ,
week. Apply Flreilone Ift-TF drive >ou to the factory at own e. aol lautlielnO w,..,.. PtavSa __- *:' ( ) Boats & Motors CoadItMa wanhlyLaOS. '
pick. own coach ITI four Aoxlta. A very a TraikrParE Winter Haven
--- -- penae your ..... Win Mature !
KPN" >r.ln a* combine operator* 41. at low aa SMooo 10S 11,1.Ian. ...... "." .1 fee .,.." anauia < SMAH. iOta De.rlPaetot and'Muipment 29V40ca 171Fl..I."ED 227
field lo chtwee from 1 Foley aaw fIlers St JH 81. SW
to harveet ir. il 1111'1 have > ,. le4ll CaHor
.nyi- vloctrbn'.cr.r.i. FOR SALE 14- Ytbor-.nd WM HOI 8K "'R gAl.KOR :
OARDIINS111\ R uw mitre but
Florida cbaull.rfl.o r Alee CYPREW write D. F, Onvir. P. O.Bea : Z'43Z2t1.no6444.oSrw4'crc n.. zu-au
PARK ft TRAil I KK SAIASry S 111 ,. A. NW. r molar nan marhne load na new t'.atoe tilt tyre RENT 501 HitflelO ltd Janln -
need men to Irrlgatiand In( olsongruon FultonCole S-444 at*. Pkone 5430053.W.nt.e .....u.lF'l,,'I., J H Phillipe : trailer 1 weeka ,.id. 3* HP Evtn- \llI.c':: $901'ai. i-r rr nth i .
C i Apply I In Alt
TUO: a.m. and I 09 p.m 29-4 .1 >>-1 M-TF < \ 1+Ut. :29-TF .tr

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Sd October 29.J964

__ ____ __ ___ WINTi_ RIi\' 1 i I' ) \\ Mllr WINhR tjl\Vf'J ORIHA _ __ P'1fJP' Twenty Thee_


)R..I Est.t. For 5.1 ((13)) Real( Estat For 5.lel ((13-A) Groves


EAGLE LAKE FAITH IN FLORIDA 0'I .ROVES You'll Always find What You Want In Winter Haven

7.8 ACRESI.AUt'IIO er of this spacious 3bedroi2bath 10 Ai're* Oran.... 7 yearn old 33on I
hard mad stood place to build
LAKE ELBERT Uk, m hum. All for .1.... Term
; T .mb"al eld.. front home must move Will 30 Al'RU I.AND Why drire miles to shop? Try your friendly home town

..... ..II" M' a' Ircia 4 ., .2 Ac.... In -ranc.p iome old,
""d" cfl frlofi4&i room ,.. consider TRADE for good un. .ome you. Bkin.y on old Ire Keep dollar in hometown Help boost the economy!
t'.I.1 h.a.b It..,,, :01 your your
//lrrpl"I '" developed acreage or produckn, Han I weIl. Mimi and motor .

,,,...!>AI T I HOMI AfKrA.r;>. >nly.4S ud ...LAKIKO .. grove priced right Or sell I for all equipment location I to t I.tare> build for a iirovBeautiful horn: * * * * * * kr iawju.lw

cash $21,500 Salo' hard nw.l Onl'> mSu

Lake Hartrldge PLAN AHEAD Term LAKE ALFRED To MT th. .IlhAITY, rail >R IX MM Cypress Gdn. Rd. EAGLE LAKE AVENUE E, N.W.

: Buy your lot< 77.30I

.rU'IOl' I ...droom I both ('kill.. NOW to build in the future DR LARKIN COMPLETE

.t-Lnke. Lak.loat. 'l'p.dall air .l conduit, .I.. Beautiful STATELY OAKS 1 lot MOlt Medic. .f: AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE :
dicing raem I ((14-AjLoti I ) & Tr."lml'oll
kic'beu ... under the AcraagoCommercial p.er4
Ilrei4ac. carpet drc1 p. I tall oak trees For "II.hot TRANSMISSION

"- .*.*" country: )' living In the heart or RACK and KUE 10m''U.I N.... y..' OUR SPECIALTYIILLI.IDS

activity Lots from 300000. :;11' All' Air Cot."i.i."...
Lake Howard Lot Mole ''' v" CarbecitneCisaned. All Won. Cv.eiateed AIN

BIG LOT. Just listed, need PHONI CY .1761 L.t u. Hans's VaviPrebiaie

flOSBIN <.e'." lot. b..4.. cash sacrifice for ".000 casl SO i 150 Ft. located on Ave. C. lot A".. C. II CY J.U" LARKIN'S UNITED Ben Kenneth Heating h having* fight of
J...m,. I bath. Breeievtay B i., NEW YORK,
*...k. I.ril.llo. .*.... .. I..uo." Approximately 97' x 300' Lake SW. Across from Exchanf : Mike Trabulsy, owner TRANSMISSION SHOP MOTOR SERVICE hla life trying to hold hi* .at against Robert Kennedy who I

IM the "Kt.TlKED: EISIIEIIMA Jessie lakeview. Don't mlthis Bank Parking Lot. Wide nrwly] IN SCaLa LAKIA.aqss resigned H* U. S attorney general and mm": to New York
'". Family Po.Iroo. NW '".4'41
uo Ave I.
r-Lt I Pest oct'10 crowd
opportunity paved street with alley entranc exprwwly to run for the Senat lies been drawing

Lake Elbert in rear. For sale by owner I II


MOP DOWN bedroom. I bail CY 7211: or Edna Hatson. Realtor, CY

juSSS' r">m. paneled Florid rwon
SSO a garage. fenced yard boal 21 i-tIlL INTERIOR See Our Cempl.** Sletinf Gnrol Sheet Metal Work
.,,",. lilt Irrigation 10:% Lai I __ .

I t.rt, Crlv.', 8B $iL.500 t ACRES 4 mil. went of Wlnl.., Decorating Service i-- FlUSH AIR CONDITIONING

('.J.I 1IIc11 t'U, DAD WANT TO COME ft LIVE 27.TF For Our Customers Lt
WITH YOU ar you _. byHARAEY C
! eu.t t .fn-fe I looking for a 'bleor roomy 1 .lowt KENT __ 8tevt'l' ItJt .
house on a large corner lot wit _
! PH.tY 4)!6)oj.f1w(! doubl carporte and workuhoi OCTOBER PEOPLE MATHERFURNITURE I CANDIES

Well, atoll looking becau* w* havu : te L, M. SCHNEIDER
S WARREN SECKEL, RealtorAllod.te. ) .t that In I Lake Alfred and own ARE HUNTING FOR CO. : ANDERSON

.r* up North living In a tent and itk Sr ft Av*. J.. N.W. \ DRUG STORE SHEET METAL
S netd to ell at one *o they can bu) USED -y
Eve. PIW up $10 Beuna VIa C.ll CT 4-1121 :.:. u. w. e..1 211 Ire Sr, SW. CY J.lm

S fl. MeR'jnold CY 3.360BelM ::dri.ao"t then ALFREb; EQUIPMENTiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii
HUtlcjr CY 3.5.05 and eta talk! LAKE
S M. Hudton CY 3.752
Kilns Clary CY 313% ,! I I!! I The Horn of the ,1
: $30000 DOWN TIRES _________
Owner will conilder low down pay I Lakefront Lot Tr.e-e-i.rlt.
.21- men on hi. I bedroom ho.... C-I: APPLIANCES
of lid 00 i Chaln-Of- Big B a
auume payment On
; D.M.W.. ,
BY OWNER. Furntihed J-bedroot ly or will trade his fo nd Uied
bom Aluminum ddlnf on CIUnit lot.. arreaK or mailer home Total | Lakes $ervc* 35I
fenced lot. Carport. UtUI prlre 110600 Athrrtnn Real:, EASY TERMS
IJ building. Air conditioner Cel M3 W Central Ave CY 4-12K4 COMPLETE REAL ESTATE YAMAHA S5 cc
brat Sprinkler well Very r.c.a :ZTT1 E A choice waterfront SERVICE IN OHIO Sen. Stephen Young (left l I. waging t struggle
.. ______ ._ ______ GoodyearSERVICE Sl".00 N* Money Down, ,
I NW. Near W twood
tbl, KM Av* 1-Nov. 1 i lot 90 x 198 with beautiful 2 MeaSly agilniit Hep Robert Taft Jr IOn of the Ut Mr Republican I
_. 228 Lake Ina = shade trees On Lake Beasley Really Co. STORE LAKl11 CYCLE CO. who want to move up. And Ohio uaually go** GOP

= Lulu Restricted subdivision f 14 irk St.. N.W. CT I.2717 217 Av*. A, NW. CT1.II tl 101 Ird St.. SW. CY 4-1112 I
Gold Medallion Drive SE = near Southeast

Model Homes E Plata Shopping Center DOWNTOWNBUICK

Beautiful lakefront home in ex: = S9.000 for this or other _ _

Garden area nov client condition. Central hea i select lakefront properties VIEW.MASTER

I: for In Cypress(ale. Only three of these and air condition, white tile | call $ BE SURE TO $(| ilar-iaod! ViewerANDERSON

rl left One Bedroom Model. One roof 3 large bedrooms 2 till Aurherii1 Satan-Service!
baths, modern built in kitchen MALCOLM TETREAl'LT
. Bedroom model and the trl JEEPGIL
Many closets and cabinets. Flo = Evenings CY :5071 -
which hat been used ai
ida room overlook! the lake E Days CY :3-U4t Y.hiel. Satan I Service DAILY JACKPOT
office.All .
The yard is beautiful with man]'

these beautiful homes an lowers[ and trees, complete irngation HALL Anderson Drug store
located in Garden Grove, just from lake. draperies' IUICK CO., INC. $1.25

half mile east of Cypress Gar rugs and aluminum boat. Drive .1 = ?77Miqnoiia otImini( 1QI Siith St. S.W. 27t W. CENTRAL DRUG CO.
21-4144 77* W CMMrel CT 1 2tOI
I dent Open Every day or cal >,y then caU for an appointment :E CY 3.11411i1Hs 1 1UtAJUt ::

332517 or 2939338 or 2933528 Price $29,750.00. ; E 25A29

John G, Wood and Associates 25A29iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiinii


tMAZINO offer Owner traniferred,. VJiJ In Towrs Riq'I 011.11' khs "Iu A
brick home. 3bedr. CY4414I BANGI r
I year m! hStNW #
.,,,m.. 1 bath.. I carporte I drive THRIFTY CITY Car to Have Y..' denlee phace .1
ci', Underground prlnkler *yMOOO .. .21). HUNTING SEASON IS 1103 SIb St.1 NW BrIng I Your pear pcencripli.a. ---

tim 2IH.7.. equity lor |2IUO.n.: I ON WITH NO LIMIT Or Call Th. Exports .t Nit. Celia CY J.7725 CALIFOHNIA, leu. PIerre Hallnger 'left. I II In a tight

Joe John Roland Sp..lh
REPOSSESSED HOMES Low e. THOMA.WATUS fight wllh popular George Murphy former llollywowl atar,
DOWN BARGAINS IN THE I.e All A"li.. lapoimn I
t n 5'nlhly bedroom I pa>'menti construction. Modern CB Con!I $ BR.slot CB I10MEB Harold o..lIy TV Servi. FORD City Drug Co.273.4l2 Ballnger, Ihi Into President Kennedy pre.. aerretary wa

I" i 293-3178 Evening and Sun Low a* $41 00 monthHARI.Ea I CLASSIFIED SECTION 0:30.5:30Me.d.y : CT 1.17)4 apMiinte| to Beni1fl ile 8t.h ,>f Brok.r29SIU. 3rd Ir. N.W.
fl.. 293-2948 FIRST MORTGAGE] McC'OMIC.. ROil. CIf. C..I I lit SIN" .
S I 1:1': OF FLORIDA .29- ,10. S.ewrd.y
a Nov. H I I

I Legal l Advertising -- -- -- Television In Review

PROUDLYWE 14 m $64 00 mo >; ..droom
dining room paneled Florida Legal Advwrtiiing Legal l Advertising Wall StreetChatier

room, clo.ed garage Inwood Bcnool MOTH K: It I U who "'lly.I .
RAVE CY 3-H01 ::19-1 NoSier I. hereby KIVII that Fl. IIOLUWOOD (UP) I Kam Tong. played

: Ida ,'It run Knpoaltlnn: Inr a Flo !Shut 5: Of ''I1TIMIII TilMH.IHTrk \0lllr. 01 llf. tlllM. Inn P1114;.. 'Irritating to watrh how AIKTV'a '. oy' on Rlrhard Peon'*

about Ida corporation nut 1.0: hlItj'; wllirewnt I. IHTIIIillH N Hr; no tit n 01 liuimtirNT r..ve..l.ble ..nernoon.how Have Gun, Will Travel' ahow.
B will b* proud to mcvi ALL BRICK HOME It* petition to N"II. .. h, ,. I., nit that "
:4olk-c hit that th.umlerainiK1 i. ii "
1, bedroom. two paneled .. i bKitin "01, In Court .his t**.i iturrmd .
n batS'
and thre. llyng founy
> new .kBrdrounu. 1 of the Clrrull Court f Hoik d minus tu re.l.t.- I I.. minv' will, l to I:. "II at ISIc.< I I
nt5, boom. will be- too *hen florida room built Ih" mattrr limlimed In Ihiurrnt The Ch.nnellJwlm: NISC.TV's"Today"
you I' room I.r, Florida to whim with the. clerk .>l Ih. inull Court rull.', Audit iui.o' lb.I U) > < Into a op opera
''Si... It On the ouUld pur no E kitchen with lumlnou. call In lb.hambrra .4 witfuilKr Nr YOIIK (DPI) VUlfh Thank"
., Wiiil.lie I "ilhur or
willS noor.Jeautitully .. I Polk iiunli rioiida |Hir uanlt i-i' OIl /II/ am <- network treml toward program
I,,m Warm anlqu brick ig utility room terraiao In Barlow Florida "n Nu .- 1w.er MM' law.I Florida 'J .<..> Ni.t.nlxi II .IWO brIn Invaitan Service .Kp.rt Ill' Nov. 26 plan to
I ihutter double car 'landecapedOullid ..rll *. gl Ing Day ,
S white III OU a me' .
member IJth *l .
Aim uf 141 l.iieIalro.l amend 'ih. ( II) .I Winter Kt ;" market lo mak III uauul tffor
l" rl Darkling whit concrettroof Ity but ha. city water and ewr at won thereafter a* the mal.'tar Finnda I lini .f for Ih Th* major dMtrucilon of tin how how American armed
id t>y ( naoler MTU law uf Adjust m nl |>ui I Imonth. .
S lately and de.lllned*.. con and riloWN to all..5 rhoolsT MONTH may be heard (sir entry of Art <>t IMI Leilalalun ilD'rT I l'"I, .......IeI..rl... the |M>llllll ,,< to anilrlfwlt, by sbout procram'i put concl' Ia b*. for ** In Wtrn Kurop will
5- i I' driveway -- gr '" lerre. approving amendment of Mi '.
$ decline In corporal
flrtltkiu nami l-wil Ita) mood I Damn aid 1 Trw:tNicdri ., a
On th* In- abort the wk lie holiday .D 0 I n
l-caplng already In CY BlISS halter In the foUowmc repect WIH.UIIAVItN .... Inf brought spend
HI RBAU: OF nxiRlUA in which 1..lIt. hem In 1MB.How.r .
-s.1 1 thre larg bedroom 1 To chanae the corporate corn<- DIVISION, under which Sis \ iweled IFKCIAL APPROvAl. mine with lbs bdnnin< o( I 10.prl Burrh, chairman of the COP
',Li. decorator tyled bath with cuitomil won --- I.I Florida Cllrua flhowea too. mw encased In bta.iiras. local FOR A UAH IN IVNNKCTIONWITH the firm says that conilnulnf rot,. Bobble by his National Committee, and Ken.
delgnd kitchen 1 Am.nd Its corporate objuctlveiind ed In Time Iquare ...11dI..*. WIn A ''RtWTAURANT .7An traders art llklv to lump thi
S hSfl.t*. Formica counter top and 2300 12th St., NW Pll.....*. to conform to the re fee Haven florida I T NW two talc. abesnie a*t.ot Ibis wwk. bicati seth O'Donnell, enecullv dlrto
1"II"n i, oven and rang larg lUlrement of Chapter II' Law atone THE CREDIT: HURKAU I 11..I ai Winter Have n..,Itl., (tin with ono or of hl .|*ctlon of th tor of the Democratic National
"5'''IJ k-dlnln room mack or Hrv'n. HOME IN "' 11Ib4 INCORPORATED or itrti Th. firm asyf a all oft who '.
bar aeparat family room SPACIOUS I To redefine the rondllloni onomberahlp IMItlh das .I October IN4 now format, II the man CommIttee, appear on AP(
and utility I.BOIU1IA. WINTER HAVEN BOARD on ( - I&r* eprat itorag I ud to b* the star
;'.,.ra can-free heal vinyl All aibettoir 151.and CHOICE LOCATION 4 To provide for perpetual e.!. a Oeorala 0.**.corporalloaole OF ADJUSTMENTileonn,' I'artl, Jr ChalrmarMy : bet tupoetwl In Januar;, main rlillOft for waiehlm "Doill Sunday lo discuss: whether In.
and central I March I I.
i leneeI bat reeovt>ry by
> more. for $17500 Including from $1 11 MO to T. define In what manner the SALOOR10Me W C WaifBulhttMf Court," Edgar Allan JuneiJr ternallonal problem or dome
brie lot the fln..t location In Prlc. nalt btnaaand sad Iol*| Directmlet equally probatol. the Unl.vralty tic matter will b* k*'
In ft of area. 5-Br. faire of the rorpontton Mamoll ASO. ( ., profM of law al morality
:lh.Hills of Lake tlbert Corner NE II I.MO tiled I :::. ,berg.v'-R.. with titiurn eitabllnh a* annual 1 P O line Mi I M lisA of California al J.I factors In Tuda 'I election.
Sr 15th Court and Av*. E. fireplace, dale provW for the ekrIon the
30 with neetln Bach i Co. sane
/ t.R 22 a Winter Have florida \oiur. or MrAMMn fi riilirHOAIII uya
S nt' well meet you rector UCLA) and tormorlya
1 214-4ZM and laundry room. "erll'.hop. of a Hoard of W Anili ,
itt vu with the key or call 293.(1464 kitchen, palio. 1I1.lIm. roof.tr. Board of Truiter an C..ull"pee..llt. Ort IS IS, 2f, May t. 1X4 lit' AlUIHTwrllTNollre prl. rnfa which hav prtUttd .'jtsdgi" MI the series,
t' ISo ....nln.. Open Sunday all. I car aece.garage... lot I' a 143au .. and of It* officer" anidell. I* hereby liven thai a for the pail sic week. J
.rn..n. for your admiration Fting rca.A lake c.ilin icatallatios.' : A/C. to ..* the term. qualification. '* MOTH" r or IVTCNTIOV TO I'". .rln, will be held at the JarhFullir uwda II lo bMIv thai prie. "Day In Court" ndUUvlakmhav Quotes From
.it.S arranged ... down Call CT 3-rIS r BanC .nil dull** of aaHl "AK.. APrlIiAytI/a .OKH1AI Audllorlum 'In the < Ut ofWlnlxr lost a remarkable performer >
700 .hal
1.Tt' I To revise th* limit of general; HIM HAKdK: Have al I 00 a m '. art ronMlMadAC for In Jon.. Thr *.. no
"1-4'L----- -- ortwrat .Hrfcbtodma 'IN RE TtMmday Novi-mWr I] IM4 hrln.e could bet I aH*.flfai move altar .
$ 0attractive DOWN To provide Hi ooatormMr with I'I.INTON tllor-tlOUl'l'O" the CHy 01 Wlnl r Haven thOoodbody defies IIttter art-llbier In ti>. vl'too
Soc. J-bedroom blurb LAROE Sbod.CIII baum witS lal a method for dl* rull..n atM Derai Board of. AdhMlmeiH f''r thr iw- medium and It was n-e**.
b-me Built-in range, celled heal seer I acre of t5.4. cs..1n. Wat.r I aaet In the event of dl.*olu- T. All *k.M II Mar < .eer.Nut ii..4 >nideniK the laillI.s, of the auth.Mlclty The NewsBy
for prograM't
"..OOe oak tree $11750 LF.ONAIksAL .,.Iom and tll43OV lS4- AlIIIIJ.brdroom *w. ice ti h...... Iflu.. thai I hav Mr and Mr C R drive 'in whichnetMhMer .. Co. says Ilia ary,
; ESTATE. EM Av*. C, BE CY Ionic C'ISt4.. 21-1 I FUIIUDA CITRUI EXrORTION lied mr final report a* AdmlaMratn ho. reaueMed A VARIANCE : one tht .l...ron I. out of t"e that. h* be secom.
kl87 CY 33465.MAJOR. Z8-30 i INC a corporatkm of ,lie relate of Cllnloa Leruyllmwlaa OF M FEET: OF TICS RE- |)|lhad in title area ror Itwa
not for profit emitting deceased hat I kv niedmr (JUICED: FEET IFT RA K REQUIRE way and 0*.rral Motori prcdtwtlon belief that lho.Pthe .
BE AREA HOME spec th. Law nt thSMat > nvittloa f"r fmal tarkarf andthat M KMT FOR THE 'RBTTtON sets bark IMO Mfl JOB** United Pretx InternationalWAIHINGTON
REALTY .. 5drooin !' of Florida I will appl. ta Ik. Him Ukraard OF A DOURI r AMI-oRTE: frv* of bnln. **ow* and eases ...,. thor. ( hlf Jutlr
batH, &&n:. I ..token U ftauferII A.......*. Cawrty J..... ., ON Coy $1 AND THE WEST '. goat, a s.rg. oroufhly rMarrh by lop atu.M4t carl Warreo., on the death
FHAOMTOAG.pICULl8T III hits & CV25B Third Srt WITIater Polk. CM*** rVrkta a* Ik MH 'tat a> iiAVENrnwrT ADDITION activity ami 1I\f000rlfi"C< olvld4Md and iMHIMUVllWcouM
IIKOOPSGENeRAL 5118 I Avo Han florida dar of November MM tor erwv'as IN Ave n, MDated actkiM darlPf tIc. n... < I0 l" Wdneday of former Supreme

CONTKAJTOIlIWNALD 2 466. .__ : I isomer for Petrtloaerrt of .... ame MIl lee flail. *.. ai Winter Have* rkrftdaI r.., cooks should peek fh., five diffiresi linprwtoMi Court JustIce: Harold Hits Dur.
r > .$ U H JI IH4 rkarie a. AdmtnMralrl of lIe ** ,,.. INS day of InS.' ISM and lead to dI".rtftt eonclu. Ion
I :._... :
Rev Real E tat. 1-bedroom....... aaarlWV tale o/ OlatMi I..,., tf_. *.. WINTER IIAVrN: HOARD DOW.JOAM IndMMrlal ...,...
: TLwt' when. leWd out -
FOR BALI I" THr Istolty (fll MT Ion* ,
Broker Stir 900 lv.l.
hli pflee.h or ADJt'tTMKNTOenrfe ovr
3610 Mortgage Havendale Blvd. eidItl. bitthna 2tTriB 11.11I I 141 4 IK4 lIT l" "*ia X"riMK Thl J2nd day M ....... MM Fartm Jr fhairmawBy to met naturally and with le11 ""a, opinion written for the
CY till !'IT'
Auburndale /., KIJ.EN *ROOHAilinmMrain W r Walt kiftc h* wield Often. ad. iMrt will be t lasting memo
Midway between 4 ... ".. *!"' -M S7N 01 th* ,
55.4rloan. ;
and Winter Have D and- 104 aiod04" I THE MATTER OF CTIAKOIW.; .....1. of Clmte* l...mHoueto MelISsa. and *m. iMrertorOrl Youth RuledCompclcnl lib, *van dxctoiMM, r*]Mlr1ng nat t. WHI, and will long bet
dcwa St
simo CT Mill FIRST IAMB, OF CHARLIES) WILLIAMIX Derail .harp reaction from .Ma eat .ludted a* a pert of th* devuonme
293-2178 II pod c..1ot (> >Ut>MAN TO CHARLES WILI.IAII -
MOft.TOAGE CORP or WIRKMANt ehTIey. IsP MP4IiIi'' IIft'flK' il tt American lurlapriudenc
PO Bo tin
| A I .4r.ai. SEN.W1TPAIMTFD. YliltIrE ...... Man FloridaAltnraey h/l.KI. fir AIMMTOrRTNot Dinah aoe.as .ho*(***, .."

$100 M DOWN l a A- I batS ) H Mn( H :.w-M;: I al lAw. haartow Ire will I* hereby be heM n'at..n the that Jar** W.....*nUy p **Hd over tilt
I 1$, I H4xiiTKr
COST B "5oine Dnnble bead"';:artDe'ibie Narver> 5543r.SS.ieimh : .. IW. Ort IS It. No F >r Audllxrtum in the City nfWmler CLIAMWATCR (Opt) Step' < finN of .. ....... <.ytl**

NO CLOSLNG V.t. 'E lacatiae anal aiW ..Iwvp'I HKhlaad ... T_ : -I;' NrANiw -II."U Havm al n a rn afl.i.rla' WacnlnftMi. U, woe ruUd RMMtally drama tpeeMll ..h. U pfm.IRC .
Matalaelaa ,,,
eja-ifi Al.5.mcli Vfevmda.YOf Novmher II i M befureh
.. T*>.. a ta.brW .. Ia.I u..r .alk.t.,.,.*diMainre.,....... I6wOo.a ARC HBStKllY NOTIFIED IMMKIl Or CIeJIOTWIciT5114k. nt, >4 Wmler Ha>..n Rnard ofA com(>*el, W.'ln.a4 y .b,] for wont** M ABC.TV. HOU.TWOOD ( allf.: LouIs

.2)- trl Payment O'' A........ Mo""l ,mat Chart William (lieiaiie. u hereby ihwai that TataF a .helmi lao the pwrpriee of eon- Circuit Care Jodc B. ". Drl ThU nut how *up(
-' I r..r.. Ult Ic-...tI, It. I S 2I n.Tr ..m* filed nt* PotNtam u chaw-.. hMlame huartac. Hr AiMllloriuffl will I :be held I*M lbs the ClipeIWIatIeHarao 'h1.vlne ine ta-IiIkmn M liarle. Ejrvnol : *.r aorf rdrd to Maud lYle with a child A>l..tr .M. Prtdnt Johnon'a mo.

INCOMK ?ItOPZR-T warehOlaii- -- I ;d that to Chart ate William reqdesi to-"" *i5SSe.eu a* *.... lei. which pel H loner. ha* (or murder Mo*. 30Th II ..*..... ... .p>e*..**l at .hand loread Wdnday:

.Apartroenu addltlo..i rental!*.. J &>> .Aft A. I I -AOIWID oa.. NOMCtori hi tam4 w pMNkJtag. t* th. PsSlSIsq UttMkxier'i tar TIlwr.iey. tile cur November,* WMrtar.IJ MM H*_be _m Mie,..<...l-..A. "or varianee the SMIleS of elite la yard a.] *) St. ,...,.." '0IHIft4er ...*... It limed flwt MM MeCvd 'I'M' M dammed sick of tlinttef *-
'' 'ham' ... III chaoW r.r tile 'If ... attonwy 1 WflSd.AIlBE .. '11..... wiaa-t a molester t> these political: spiel,
t'! .aio4 butidin L7Ubl : saaeo me ,tMpo.a of the firm of WALEZI. Sari ., Aduetnwhkrh ."1 bar .110 ,.. MiniMie. fail dw'llhM It* I* ehrc'4" with MM rap
b.do.ain .
tlf.Comm.ris. ...Tr 'I' Fir moW iwlia-malke.. call lUBE. WIllIE Van *t... C1.. r1.4';tsp I. P0451.. :: I Mnra. I Plb: park tub PlawlhMW : trSMtUr MillerS Of tkTM eI.derly (. _flr all.) HUM ,..* ptoyd a I waajymt fo out lo See either
P1IOEJU Aaaoo.itoyeTHALiR Haw Ftertta.. aid 511051 .5' I wtII Mn off W ke.."
nnK'K B "' PIth. womo lat yaaJurlf /. lady law, got one *
---- co 2Mll1iClUB. = C tIll ilitI'm.r Ma rsqwaiI.d A fun al W,..'.. Have .l.,...
DOWN I wlCISIIDI a $3eatsaIS |Ifflce"'of or the****moot! pHatUg of Or MVwri VARIANCE OF THREE FEET OF Ih.< |.H Il.v ..< Orloher Itf* .1 Detest r.e4 W.*4unf. DM bath TW o**..afe. about

$900 / A an "r bekM W--... IS THE REOI'IRrD 9 FOOT fgtMTK wnrrrn MAVEN WARD Ion WM MM WdN*.diy altoihwwlnc Mol..*" and about how eUU -

HOMEIN I -:- *ScxJlKKS m HI TMBR OF ADJinSTMCNTnr.. Mwdmony from Dr. Al drB iboaid lit ......., w.r* *o
4 BEDROOM ----e..e. baaa. tavedthe. lINtDONE AND oao *&D at .t.r I SOME HI' LOT M EVLA "ariie. Jr (Oialrma' CAPE KENNEDY: A NASA
SOUTHEAST I ICEW PI 00 par _rlt. CY liiiaa. toW PadS r.*My ".....,. thMav VISTA SITS nw sih srrxMrrE *)v W r WolfSMI roil KoMtf awl Dr F .itftota obvtoej Ibid MM pevgvae. ..w.*. the. pic:.
nf OrtoWr A D I" !' *fW and IxflM MrerlMxi both. ft. F.4af t4Mf( pap eel tIns flavor of a drama Ibid... .pokesmem, 5aruaaln'
Oiled ....,., U.... Phaidahi. 001 JI 51141f71Cc of two
SCHOOL AREA "E iMo Ii. I ';iifIOId aeeaii' OH* 01 UAJICVr ClmjH. Cburt M>h 4a> 'AA..r I MWltTFR *...,t.... was n&aMet a s..*.tlo i*> lard lakiif potential rwketed. to.
laSS teraiw Las-i EItIof'ta.t&1. WIlLiAM MAlMCrAIJCEJl HAV ':H HOARD 0w asowam,. 55911ev. .deJeI In lIe |.iM .( *Ril..... .pac..'** to be
larjeWall J
AU rooma extra .. ,$. qiatifh'lei CT 34125.a4ISIS. ,.. at 'I cr ALJtlITWYNT ,hr. or "iwr Tnr$T .. ward Mar Mil week:
f5ee esmeel
,to-Wall earpetiBf CY ..,. RAil C WIMM. '....,.. Pnrtin. J' ". ,....... I NAir.tor.h el.re i lhal a "If w* ft the planned trajo
batba I .. ..... 1. W Wolf .v.isE wIll I IheM as the Jar
Florida room. l4 otm LCIM 70CTi O DfTake V..a iSO*rlfan? Ftaetttom lt..,. ) H-I4r.g and D.eij,. 111'001 -.... PitlUr A'KI'"'''im ill the ('Wy ofwmirr Wildfires Viewers who waH>.d ABC. tory and ***rythlng I* normalwe

Closed faraf .. paye.ta 'aS larat aiaMtflI IS 1114 ll*,.i< *i 0 11 a till a.flinriei "lttck ..'.. W..*.. ahiniM. laoperully be able '0I"
< tor TV'. *, *
ry .
to au ... C* ...... *. La** 'imice I) IV4M ...... mil long"
Walking difUBte .. Od lace tl 1 M sot have Mea KMenthlag a
,LJ7p tkaa W .'barwafWtsle Ha. larIat TAU.AHASHC (VFf) lop idOl mop

AjTforl wiu POO pH _"rTTVua._ momntm.... 11roa --YlPTtfE-OF- l.Tr-.THI1- tO I u_", -.":, f5... wrvf .fraBi4 DUNw.v -. vVtMnrM s WM4 r>,lllhr40PlorW < awe r. thai $*. *.. TVMJ, ...
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down and no I'U: a. _ae. Is h.rAiv orem thai ,.'..| VAftlANi OF 50. StaIn for**! iVrtrhM r*. of the moat Uk4 .M HMatraon

wiy ........ -'II b.ooelea5le- ).tot. ..nth ieowssd tIll nrk iesaie at .. OrruMf U r.wiN'CiY' i forfaitKttvlttREADandUSE PpET .r my MAJOM T JI ,es-WI Wudee.dey. .tlvtlon, died Tiesday alIh IAN JUAJ, P.r.: Got
ISletarait. t'
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BROS .(..aU..odd cr.Qa 8M: ..ooJaiw41,1s plea C.p PI.rWa pew.mn' I i-I, Al AT Nrl51,5 AViNSE nir vvlis *.**f ,...*** C. H. C njl*.r ac* "< 53 Th* S4M rraneriaco. MM** Maria LInking

LEIS .... ron-y .".... nI, :a rkaater MM awn of 77.IaI. ,r A 'i C W .irrif'P 11111' 1 t' aid ala wee a *.* at 11 porE tM La'V' letS Fees' air' af 1MI LMaiurr M ar''l boy ott of
,..lee.v ** to orftAlz* a
BEALTOM1Z 4 b.4e. I tie d hr Chaatvr Lawi 4 rm. PIrI4S lid o*,r .0 Fe.IIUS yeas.siior apI4sred be Ik* temp
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.. the poUt
UBt Lef1 tel>irrtMkMi. r" serbs tailwon
NT h'iag Lrt ef rafJM>
$. lUll&. ....I.. Icc-We e.'r, \. 4 Ortober ISM
.... W ) I inspired
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11-- iCh tw" .. "If this movement *
_... .. -K< HAVEN lOAD many fans by hi* comlabillil <
1l6tb Cclii3$4.31fl ..... aerieeii patr I' -lir whv fcuetae *.**' to
tOp"'tw c-iai.t sa4 411 EaM ''.1rot A -'P .rj"lTlI"-"T! **. Samrn0. wee the ecu*. by a eoMplrai
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fundamental right
.. no-- eweace.C r>t r Have* FUli WOo"r' in of another<< oriental perfom..r
IO 7-1711 lee t5itdrstii. I.... it ..1 A ... of it will not .UC'-Itd."
En. A SaL ".. .n' 1.... r" I' with 1 wile Idll<, illowlnf, t.i : *,
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] t :: '<< I. 'Z l. FREE FILM PRINTS

-- I 9 for l' PLUS -

Moke Eekerd's your "Trick or Treat" headquarters this yea 1.l' .,) FREE EASTMAN FILMY pp
.ee j You'll find a huge selection of Individually wrapped candy \
as well as complete costumes, make-up kits masks, etc All. 0 a free set of prints with every roll of film
:.'.If' at Eekerd's Low, Low Prices. _______f__ (,.;. '\ developed Kodacolor or black and white Today
and !

CLARK CANDY BARS DUMDUM LOLLIPOPS q.ffi. _ _ _ buy When one Everyday you roll pick of Eastman up your film developed and we film win( ( give you you can
Sc Bars,package Package 40 al I one roll hoe Kodacolor or Black and White-
69 sorted flavors -o SALE SATURDAY
+ Value.of 20-$1.00 bargain I at 74cReg. PRICES GOOD THRU Today and Everyday!


Jumbo 160 Pieces Full 1lb. Bag flavors. _
-assorted flavors 591l assorted bars_ 49 ...
a bargain at Ate t. Large site cream /| ?fe 4
't' ) MUM DEODORANT usually 4c & l-abartalnat74c TAFFY JUMBO BAG of TWISTS (Limit 1) *** rantlitor laitant playlkftrala.kt
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':o. Jumbob09.65'144 Hard twists,sour Pkg. candy of 86 59 It' ; 2 1 h.oz. rttarior"toyi".yaa'v-*act too, *kII'af : ..-....:
SOFTIQUE Bath Oil Iottle-Re 79'Limit Iu4 t MOT Mill
a bargain at -a bargain at 74e I $1.25 ,> DC MItro-Motar, -
\ ) HALLOWEEN >> ( 1)) itchic speed.d"itaadara'In. "'. 7

;;') COMPLETE ,: 'i'a Bottle of 100 H77 Football Season Special! 1 ...tool'.::1.tkll' orao'ht r.hy,. r ,
J HALLOWEEN. "UPJOHN UNICAPS -Reg.$3.11 I'/ Stadiumr.rlee s..I....'..rein.... het._. V .- .,
COSTUMES MASKS ,, (Limit II P' ,Wrrmlw. aao!toaoailaoaa1. '

loroo.iwffmwf for ojrli" ..< kayi A....* ..IKtl..f snsbe Lehb 3-oc. Tube-Reg. J1.4 Seat A BARGAIN
_lye IdLe,.rt...Caper Teller,H"Falrlot OKeil., .'..p.... Ire mccy. ,....,..1.....,.half-fac, clews.. .type...t.,. .t...... 'I MINIT I -RUB (Limit 1) 89" This new, high quality lowprice 1488
., .1 ttort, Scoracrawi, .51. Shotlor C..p.re ,.... prtc"I' stadium seat features AT M7.95UNIVERSAL [Li J
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1 ynr side up c. ," toured plywood bocll.L.rjII'
ri"tII: .."' prlcoil' < Anah st t NASAL New Mentholated 'Q est with upholstered
1 Oc to 25 : Super SPRAY Reg. Slit 79 poly-
; 98 (Limit II foam seato back auto BETTINA DELUXE
99c baking locking
t. I motto, enamel flu
TRICK or TREAT BAG TONI PERMANENT V 19 Irk-folds compactly for
lw9.duardyfbrl' OIl, easy carrying. /1\ HAIR DRYER
FACE MAKE-UP KIT kto pl.sds l with 1-D 29' While. They
..".....1 type wi" tlK..tl.-Sp..I.11, .. Lostl Tke original hat box hair D
.... la.n.bse-Ma. WILKINSON. St..lrnorbladIl47" $4 95 344 dryer-beautifully styled iml-
;: '.If' .yea \ II ( ) VAL'UE ration lizard case with
full length tipper large

t CAT lairlc, with: karidloto ;; 'l General Electric bouffant hood, :'d1ust
arry-. rid...ratSpoclall \,.d' .t STEAM & DRYIRON" ment-
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L. IIK.retl. ey .
'tit;IJ( K.r4 c.f.. pumpkin Extra ftO Easy to use, new camera- 1 COMPARE
H.llewto Suclall Special! takes excellent black and 22

,._.,.r. ."f';,., ;) '.: .."....:J'.4 ., .. .. y. white standard or color 120 picturesuses size film- w I II lr..e h t AT 29.95 ,
(; /j: I .. .: 1.1 9 CI- \ adjustable control for -.dlutOI.I 8

a a; LADIES' LADIES' distance, light, and time. t.:=i:.," Ben IronVaporizer '

$14.95 Famous Ben Troll
ORLON SLACKS I AT $1.98 999 all> night electric
,' a Large 1 VALUE vaporiser with
I, fyia.d' Ps'h I full gallon s I 11 e
1 = INSTAMATIC100 OUTFIT glass bowl- save _
t1% ''I eYM wthddrMEWS : KODAK ADJUSTABLE dollars HOW be- Similar t. "
"' fore cold weather $A
i TABLE arrives, FREE Jr. lII.stret".344
99 Instant loading camera for TV ,
I / bs.,,,, t STURDY T "' perfect black and white or INHALANT IN-
Ceuf"rl. color pictures Indoors CLUDED.
wdrb.rl Makes hot coffee, C'oi.'autfrt' night: _
-.rr rt.d tta, soups, gravies, \) IncludesLte.t I
In a |jiffy_complete || Iniramaflc 100 Camera w.
ev 1
SM.rf, Yew, fe.hi. wilh cord. +> with built-in flash, batteries 11 b..rrel FLOWER BASKET
100'h Oil.. s "fie flashbulbs, and Instant ,.,1. n.l.kC.rdlrrs
i k 1 SIi.. COMPARE 77 y t loading Kodapak. .r"etndy i Designed for use as a hangIng -
hi..., to r.tl" 'II "11I flower basket or a center I
.s.4 AT $$2.89 "' nHrry rlk piece for fruit or flowers In
bs.? ? Comp are J $17.95 II8.85x7 wh.da-/IM any" room of the house assorted
p Aa.r'IFp"'d iI1dal f1 tt III p 1.ble .. rrr colors with brass chain \ p
sl..... VALUE 1 ..1ITt/ Included-
.t le/, '11 $i.oo 795CELL


Jumbo 5x7 Kodacolor enlargement from CHROME
favorite mounted In attractive
your negative e FLASHLIGHT
First ,quality flexible, extra waterproof lightweight ;e HOT white plastic frame with flexiglass 99 .nn HKII.-4'At

vinyl rol"coatsCom. COFFEE window Compare at $1.99. ,
plete with handy pocket ." USOUENTjf' .. n f.e d b..m- E
carrying case. \ .' TEA( .COVERING.... .___-" ;t THIS cohrASt PRICt o

$1.00 \ \ SOUP fs9o .IM 1 ; -


o Full length zippered nylon

ELECTRIC HEATER l Salt 1..f.1, plu, I L an any trial AC.,wh... y -}- _____.z 7 .....II .I-,. N. II....Ie all bag purpose- waterproof utility, or gym andwashable
Com |
MM"I H.I I. cctlom wktra van sect 7..: .f >
slept ...tl.. t d find.,....a hat alar. ar e If you want to know what's biting where they're biting and :::; pare at $4.t2.
th"met.t co. BrAit i 1' 1 what they're biting on, ask for your free copy of Copt. Fish. :;.
tr.led ,I... finder's Weekly Fishing Tips In the Tackle Dept. at all your c erII...,
,011 ..t I. t. C Eckerd Drug Stores. __
.rds .htt : 3 3 99
tippdwnri per 8


#1773 Shakespeare splncast #412 Feurer spinning reel with .
2-sllco chrome toaster, turn 'line and 4Vift.spincast + ''f't ; sS
reel filled 2 spools and #2104 Garcia rr 'el
2 488 toast doors are automatically opened Instant when rod with metal handle. spinning rod- i?: FRAMELESS fli I

o heating element UL ap ',' ,1 I
proved. fully guaranteed $13.90 039 DOOR II
UST. 314
Mad l 140. la4wtl
dulgre a\ aaialetalaartabla GARCIA AMBASSADEUR '
1 VISCOSE RUGS Big full door slse14ln. {
Daal Haa
11120 Warn UOWarn CASTING OUTFIT FISHING HOOKS x 54-ln. crystal
hI 30-ir. long In assorted I'
a::..r: -.:": .2 *t. ) with a k-a n.iwlKk. .. hopes 100/'a luxury clear distortion free f:( '
: yS lafaty tlaavwivlttk Garcia Ambassadeur with -complete with plos
#2050 lax of 50 assorted Muted viscose safety j
aatamatl faa casting reel and Heddon #5022 Hooks foam rubber boc.III9-I" He tips for hanging. i 6
s} :' rti M enrerl.tle.lly l tanrral r
.; ;.'y LdYr r .rr..d- Splncast( Rod. left from a wide choice .f ,,

1 1588 A BARGAIN' 229 $32.95 LIST 1795 BEG 25c. 1 Sc latest$2.colon 4B 198 VALUE 4.89 299 o I

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Package of 2- ( Cold I water wash i AH p n"'swnirq coat.Maa4 c' Household : lack** Wooa -

Regular size 23c bars 17 -8.aL Bottle- 57( aa..typo. to e.rrlde.-itoadorrf the J e 2 3 Package of 1002 c, |i too Ill-la II,....! 2 for 2 3 C

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