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 31, 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
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System ID: UF00086748:00208
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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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THE WEATHER Winter Haven Daily' N ews-Ch Ie f CHfW TU Capital City Of Of 100 The Lakes/World

Fair with Mh in fh Low You Read It First
h.r"I: :: ; Always
tonight' near 60. ; 10 to

20 miles! per hour. In The News,Chief"

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Barry Raps Foreign Policy;

Johnson Hits Recklessness


.I.IA .Ir1 .It e w.I GOP Claims k GOP Candidate


Polk CountyFor Says West Is
q s ea r ; t a"'tcv'

r, a s

: GoldwaterBar : 'Coming Apart'

l l'I1I1..rj< Press Intt-rnatli,
Collwalor will car
; "n ran, 1'01. \ldw.lor i| :100
Polk Count bi a sulstar.ttal
jl: Ms ampalitn to'taj ont
mar In and many state and kcal I '
CAP candidates will bl elect t6fk 'irA '. relation overseas 110
.a ':-arccl, the "free world has
e Ve bilcaomlnr apart at the
voter canvass cbaln.an.pr.dlc'led ,
t :ir: =.' wtdlePr.eldentjohnson)
a today i ai; IUIIII'i r Vernon who Is a ancSMate JVkWk
r.U 'n t. r personal power lm++n a
for State Senate, based his 'p .
.1 i \an, and a street show
tlmlsm on results of a Nunl:
I water( mad the airusa.
wide. door.to-doaa survey conducted .
tl: i in a speech prepare fort
lntly by the
i Republicansand
{ Un In Cheyenne. W. ,).,
M1o the Americans for Coldwator
whore' he appeared before going.
groups In the count
f "n It I** Vega, Nci.' and
Ovar 500 workers participated;
"is Angeles, He said Johnson
In the canvass In which ,, of
r r n ost
the r has' lost Turkey a* an alt and
county's registered< voters
x ae were surveyed. tieatiil other friendly 'lountrlcsshaliMh :
'Md ."
C 1 The Americans for Coldwa'cr'
While Coldwater campaigned
have .
active campaign headqua:
In the West, Johnson turned his
tern In Lakeland, Mulberry Dar
attention to the Midwest and
tow Winter Haven Haines City'

4 rr and Lake Wale. The Repub. ''CKS'EMINATSIOOO'U Bunv :',hi"' niu' .I""ddlo..n..I'u''II.) t ..nt"i .> idJi ,scs 'the over.riding" Issue of peace

leans[ hava headquarter In Win. a full house In Mudlnon Square Innlcn Nrw York wh-ir he n, > MM ,I Pn"'uldit i Stun and In war t speech prepared for Be.

t e er Haven., Lakeland, std Lake ">n nf iampilgnlnf: m a 'DaddMi-m+ tlnnic Thr more than mono pr<' 1 gal
11000, tl' attend the rallyBolivian
warned voter that "one reck.

__ __ ._ _n..HH_ _. .-.-- -"' toss Imps 1 a 1 v. move v.AI.. ..I..sag'A...

ENTERS NATIONAL HORSE SHOW-Su.an Snively leave Sunday to participate in Soviets Told Mobs Adlai To I Iliatlon.linger could Incinerate our clu

the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden In New York She qualified for then.tion'l QuitIf "1 say to you most earnestly!

I biggest horse show by winning medal events at both Miami and Winter Haven today," Jnhnson said, "go to

She won the Saddle Seat Equitation Championship at the recent South Miami event She the poll on Tuesday and *tote

will show Little Fiddle in the Saddle Seat Equitation Clan at Madison Square Garden Nikita Fired Burn Building Barry Wins alone vote you with cast your will conscience.be: your The own

and the world will
---- you save

I.A PABolivia ((uPI) ....n.) the or,"'i to advance was il*. Loss ANt IIS (I-A.llil. be your own."
AgriBusiness Susan Snively/ / Enters For Mistakes belllous mobs' storm! and Ud while MSKT. Andrss Ken. b.. Stevenson, U.S. ambassador< Goldwater took Ms campaign

burned the health, Ministry nasty 11.t, lo nogotlst a .e4U.| to the United Nstloos said to. to lt West after t whlstle.stop
here and tattled troop and poU > meant day .h* would rt( t HntMfl' a tour of Pennsylvania w 'h 11 h
Most'Ott (UPI!) Commu. rwo other M Ttwrs. minut of the innucuMtMrn If wound up .with a speech, iPltlsburfti >
National ShowSusan 44
Horse .
Rotary TopicCount nisI parts members WII re hlt. favT tnerMMliAW Ml of n At .Mat II .p.MM w.W r*. II- BarryW.. OofdwtHr la Thursda night
told todathat Nikita 3! week of bIo dAtd to at let ported ktU*< StT..S 'WONMed elected- president. II* charred that "In just the
Snlvely djughlei+ oi' Mi. the Sur+shlue"cup" aiefamlllarlth Kill usb"hew.... tired for a 32 deed and more than 100 tailed Infighting ,. I spM! oh for a World AT. put few days, whit Lyndon

Agricultural( Agent and his a. John A. Sniveh Jr., This" rI'13'lnnhaswalk.,,,,i Ion,' series of mistak ranging The Rotlvlan government In U Pu, Onsro and fain Council lunch, Stevenson Johnson has (been trying to re.

Jack McCoVai, spoke to members leaves Sunday for New York to it onlmuec! On "Page 5,, Col! 71' (1'0111 the Cuban missile crisis to hard that the riots were Cortnliamba. An uncoMVmadrvport ltd a statement by ReptU. dire American potltl' to a

of Rotary yesterday noon compete In the National Horse his shoe-pounding st the United whipped up by the embassy of from tile Commusist.Uu. can vice presidential ctndldal' popularity poll the free world
on "Acrl-Buslnss". Show at Madison Square Car'len. Nations Communist Csochsslevakia It nitrated tin .mlnsrs' nil on William E. Miller that he "will has been coming apart at the

"The farm generates all kinds Miss Snively will be the only Police Invite Informed ommunltt sources announced that It Is breaking pin'IK) Thursday's toll at about be fired five minutes afterGoldwMer owns and American prestigehas

of business-for Instance It offers girl from Florida In the show disclosed Thursday night thnt diplomatic relations wMhC** n. 10
employment, create bust- The National Horse Show is opt'n Goblins In < an official document Is being oelovakla.Bolivia's. "To that," Stevenson ..w. sight,"

ness for manufacturing concerns only to riders who hive won a "l IrrulaMd to the party's 10 mlU embattled rltieswr President Victor Pal Cstons.oro's "I can only say that he will tat Coldwatvr based his charge

of all types, the distribution medal class under the auspicesof For Halloween 4 lion ressatisrs giving the real uneasily quiet through' the governmont announced It loast four minutes too late." about Turkey, a NATO ally of

factor creates many lines of the American Horse Show As. ; reasons for Khrushchev's sud night, with sporadic gunfire IN t i.reftMa. reUttoM. with Com.munlst While noting that Ms mlMlOn the United Pates, on the fact

business, food processing and sociation. The Winter Haven Police and dill dUmatMl. Nowhere does It crackling through. .Hi*..trt*. CaOhOUVl. A BOB*. was "not to make a campalmifMcfc that the Near Eastern country
storage again make a tremendous Fire Issue their mention iw rrlginal offlrlal r*. New \bums appeared likelytoday muniqu chsrgad that. tile arms but to make a nun.parttstn I* UnaIncreased trade; andcultural

market for many thing and Susan qualified by winning traditional Departments Invitation to locallounlst.rs port of Ms retirement on health mini hy rioters in Oruro nail talk In behalf of a M. I exchanges with Russiafor

of course wholesale and retail medal events on the Sunshine on Halloween trick grounds. La Pals rioter wtfe barrl. ( 0'' inbamb were of C>.*. se.. partisan foreign. policy," the first time In 89 yean,
outlets depend upon the farnvtor Horse Show Circuit, winning at ) The sources said no official ended la 8n Antlres tlnlverii. rill StevMMon: took bow with astetimsitl H* also said that Johnson
and treat tours tomorrow night.
la generous living," said Me- Miami and In the Winter Haven For number of years, the confirmation of the document's ty, ore as ..*...*.* In Latin mad hr recently) has rebuffed France as an ally
Cowan. show. a invitedyounc.le ettstenr could be expected. America a "prlvlletwd sanctu. by Goldw*.*r hi which tile OOP and said this country's relatiON!

The speaker then talked on the She has entered the Ladles. police and,. to firemen visit. have The document I* an IndlrU ary" for government's. Sans. presidential candidate said: with Pakistan Cambodia, Indo.
econor .le factors that are generated Amateur headquarter. ment of Khrushchev's pollutes for Our major objective must nesla, viol Nam and even Orlt.
Equitation Class, the out goblin Loyal forces were deployed Kiwanis To
within Polk County Three Gaited awl FiveCattedClasses. while and they whatnot are for playing loot. at borne led abroad. Its main an attack on the campus. i hut be to reduce Communist power sin are in dire need of repair. ,
through agriculture charges art these: lo a level from which It can. Johnson's Detroit appearance
In addition she Is expected located in .. .
"The citrus crop Is w o r t h to"ow Mr Cypress Both detriments -H. made a "serious mis. -- Sponsor Citrus not threaten our security or Ik* followed a speech Thursday

$83.4 million to the grower and Garden In the Pine Harness the Public Safety Building on take" by sending Soviet mis. pear. of the worM" night at Philadelphia's conven.

at the retail level It has mounted Class.In Sixth St. at W. Central Ave., sties to Cuba two yrtm ago and Saigon Mayor Auburndalc "I have read and reread that lion Hall Also scheduled on the
and At
will offer of candy
to $252.7million.Ornamental the equitation class Miss bags was fully retponsiol for the statement, for It conrerns and President's Midwestern tour
plants bring $M million at the Snively will be aboard her favorlte balloons to the youngsters.The loss of prtlg when the ml*. ronfuss m*," Stevenson said were stops In Milwaukee Rock.

far (. and $5.6! million at retail. mount, Little department usually plays tilt had to be withdrawn under The Intsrnstlonal hippo "I* It a threat t I" reduce font III., and Chicago.In .
And: truck crop bring $.8 million name all horse show Fiddle fans on a bout to, over 300 snail" fry "nHalloween pressure from the late Presl. Viet PremierSAIGON trots Circus will appear al Communist power to :mmgntfl. the Detroit speech h* said

on the farm and at retail night dent John F. Kennedy. the Aubumdal High IcKoulAlhlsdc canes by wiping out tto let nu. that for 10 yars a mushroom lj

92.4 million. The totals run -- -He mad the SlnoJ o v t e t Flsld Saturday, Nov clear eapa it or wiping out cloud has ehsdowed the live of

$88.3 mullion\, for the grower and spill worse by Insulting Chinese Viet Nam OJH- 7. the hug Coir'.iiiunlst, ( arrive, 'II" American, and thai "for to
I2C3.7 Illlon\ at retail. This UPI Has Johnson leaders to their faces and try. Mayor Tran Van Huunt of Saigon both? Ann 1 u', 'oral Wi, IW years every president has

represent a tremendous svnc >. ing to force satellite leaders to was appointed today u the The chew will be spnswersdby can be ""Jill i\I i* rip! ';t worked to reduce that danger

1 K1 factor for the county ,," accept a Chin policy they op. first etvtHan premier In nearlya tie. Auburmlatr.. Klwsnli the Communist countries. I Today 'N" must work more ur.
said WcCowan. year of war.torn, dlssmslnn.rW41d thought the Idea "r' total pr*. Ifen'l,, 'vi' ever
posed.He 'I.l iti), s 'II the
> the
< m* an In
The totals for cattle, dairy, used Ms Influence to South VIM Nam. 11'1" war had lone siiI "'.ro I I' c"are deoeM;' upon our
and ther' products: from' the Taking 36 StatesWASHINGTON help Ms family and friends Into On Hi* anU ominunUi was 'it"it' hiapp, <-in'<1 on the I,'1". .illi :ude": "I la i1' tmtint. :.> e'! -. "ut nil! peace also ..J.Jroo

farm coupled' wild citrus make a power. The document criticizedIn front two U.I. Air force pilotswr Dn Am ho t r' i I' vision show ''I, .' 1 On I', ; On rj j, rot 5) "
rand: total of "* .8 mtUlon for particular Khrushchev's at. killed- Thursday In a or t,ur.bomJ
the er''wer and at the retail (UPI-P reel electoral votes, according to a tempts to push his wife MM >*r crash II mil** "fl""".

level then amount to $179.4 mil. dent Johnson is leading In M United Press International sur. Into the presidency of the' ttu east of .... A U.S. i ",kcs.mn .

lien. state and the District of Cob V.y.la Ion of Soviet Women.He saM the nn..'t w*> ., '::11 a ,

"Polk( County Is the largest emMa with 433 electoral votes doubt are low stales wtthM often lost his temper or tralotng flu<.1' ""d "., 'r '-:'a )
and Sen. Barry M. Coldwater electoral votes; These are made indiscreet remarks or M. was ".N bell .' the', r. o' n A ar.i k : I.

CCinUnikd On Page i. Col 3)) Is ahead In 10 stales with 71Goldwater India**:,... Florida, Vermont and. tints In pubttc. The famous hostile fire." :

Nottlt _. .ho** ne1ii< lnro>ftt at the Their dsntti-" ii ieelfte' ibr ..
This outlook for next Tulle United Nations General AI'I_ of Assets i .1< ktllxi) i .' r4
Would Order day's election Is based on state blyII\ I960 was listed as one year of vj* 'tim, \ i i"+ "

wide petal, interview* with po. example. Khrushchev's' recent to 114, Ins Rohn". Hli kl i lei* r'

I llttcal leaders and the finding boast to Japanese legislator oft combat again"' 'I' II ( ',1101' '," 'tViol

of veteran correspondents Soviet "doomsdajr" Coagflcmius tn nil. i
Chinese Out Of Viet Nammean throughout the Mdon. another.He aceld otsMayor .

With a Johnsan landslide ap. failed to consult Ms eel. n'><'. v f-t>, was ..-->.cl ii _

parMrtty tn the etas*, the Dem. leagues on the Presidium on by th* new' 'i man 01,1", f
KCT1, WOOD (UPI) !Sen. more American men. I've errata also seem likely to ride such Important decisions as slat, Phai K>IIi' M, 'II, .' ..*:

Bar Goldwater has spelled advocated cuttlnf off supplies .his costUlls foIeeMe sUfht gain is grantlAC the IMted Arab Re. tile new cbll Kovernment "M' '

out la a newspaper' interview a from Laos, Cambodia and the UA and House ofUf.r public a 1280 million loan or Is supposed to Sll" Meat Ihal ".f
that the United North VIM!' Navy and I think If .i.* lurse tJ' action awarding the hero of the tovtet Mej)1. GMI. 'ii"1 i ear Khanh.Huong's .
the we did that then we would look
States r"uld follow to turn governorships Union medal lo U.A.K. .r.... .iKK, rimwit' wan'
lUo! in South Viet Nam. forward to a tine when the The UPI survey show theDemnsse. dent Camel AhUel Nasser.' subject to appr'.+I by the 1 I'-

I.i: the interview potUshsd In .guerrillas Smith Viet Nam, ., who sow hold 34governorship -He bungled planning for So.vt member HIlt' run"real! t'own' H.
the r" lli-wood CIMsea News!' without supplies, would have to to the TtefUtB.can agriculture and Industry Th* counrll II disagreement
rr"sldenUl give up."Yo' *' U bunted to windup ,
tie epublles are meddled in the nation's cultar. o..er the chot" / a printer
cat : .it"! said the I" nIt i t e d e could t also go to the Red with a net pun. of at Teed\ al life and caused widespread. had nlrxdy delayed the tri... 'I Ye
Ctati juW war Thin murdst Chinese and remind them we one Two races lo Illinois far to civil nth / thro !l4.4
want land we don't weed (Cooliaued On Page S. Cal: t)
plane no< t
American and. rated
IU thai WassdnehM are pest the Oct. 17 looacIIne prnr. Ai
v ''ll' Ixmb bridges or Com. their go' < irssMSts. .but all we ......... ummwMiveawiMain* BsBKWsmI lsd tn Khss. ,

r .ct supply l roes I***** was* Is peace. We wssrt themto In tile M Senate contests, die Junior rhough Khss was steps, ,; :

I: suth Viet Mam! if R* get eel of there and if they survey Mi ft Democratsahond Highs | down as primtir he wax ...

r ins. .did not gM out of duct agree to it we remind hi N. ft RspuhttcsMleaiHsg Bailie I petted to relate control "t i
them we turn strong* to best | Tonight | .
to .
there. SAW sad two carentered army asd bus the dtrcti' ftmhallted :
ViM !'fam' the*. They hov the.
Kit full remark on rmcerli. l/N eetmllqthe the ait3.Cemmfalet .ar.
.s polished is the I itiwft.Kews "We will s.y all rltjht, If you two doubtful rued, ttts Winter Haven's Memorial Ssulh Viet '... ..'
to '" queer don't do this within a eortsln would die Dmoemts a at Stadium will be filled by tees
In rest**** give rs hue iSMttr 1I! Itar) re'
t) .' % >at did be GJ. old ** time, we'll bos 'X' railroad gala of two and Co of the 100 and fo<*tll players even though hive tile overthrow of fril.dent ,
In bridge or "highway bride I***. tie Winter fiance Blue Dth
c1art to stop toetr.; Senate seats Ngo Dink Diems r eel n *
leg down to South' Viet !lam, varsity team Us the night off.Th H-
be '
arn wer1hink All 4K House an'i .tw one year aso this somifttr -iiv
: ar'. '' rot and If Uv 4on't .r, i I', .. fll'w:> 1ln Tutoln/'s .. ,*'"., In. Hard ass**] gridiron =,. .
bomb It. We bomi Una use hattt iMwee.D.d.a and. ..... day.ttuoep ...
lie up our ru" xtin MS** dirsnons are thnt the D*- h*. said his flis vi ,
of day when la.ol ... READY FOR BAND AUCTlON-The laid Panels Auociatlon will itaqe an suction
w.' w. tart to .- &* then, no people are crats will add sU +." lo die wood kach schools will prim mimolsr. wools i 'a,
c .ke :p .OUT m ro' ,lf pac .*d-just destroy the bride 254 to I7. nwrcir they now be Paged II the Reid with the T.* tile army to cSe.rA" in i i tomorrow to aid the Winter Haven High land uriform, fund, and two members of the

it, :one i i' 'Im.. and hold o.*r the r*pub -nM.Tr kickoff staled for 7:10: p.m. ..rr(1.. la tilt fight agSI'iA' 3 emmHe! W W Scott left and R 0 Refand. are looking '., 'er me *f the material

i"i TIS no r. ""'. 1m.r and then remind Mir tau .Ki ..r. are i Y8 .a a..I e ai For Mails and staring line\ n menial Viet f ong "Ie" K that w I lb. .".,.41. The suction w, I b* ..i Crapefi> Halt st the" "I Eipotitlon itarf.

i ,-'rotor' '" ,' 'ruse"l 1 m f a.:.. .' ;,.-,""" up s- Pace 11 I I. lti. ..>9 at 2 p.m


Friday, October 30, U64

Insurance Men Citrus Growers Get New

Elect HaveniteThe Weapon To Fight FreezeControl

Winter Haven Associi 15 is a new weapon In to answer technical questions,
lion of Insurance Agents i began the citrus growers' continuingfight The seminar featured a film'
Its new year this week with v against nature and her subfreezing prepared by Roger Early ron
a program presented by Lamar weather. aiming grove heating in general. are
Hutchinson of Orlando past Designed and built by Race and The film depicted the big reels
state president of the Florida Race Inc. of Winter Haven, this of IMS, showing weather maps N
Association! of Insurance m!II type t of grove heating system and pictures of frost covered:
Agents, on the "Big I"- .Ii do enables fewer workers to prod grows.
pendent Insurance Agent s, ies ,,' c ii <,reBTU'sheatwlthlessi Then the film showed the varlous .
You First" program id tla! it"rt amt l in less time, and at types of grove heating equipment
coming year.Reelected. II., (."st t tor fuel, than ever and gave a comparison of
to office tt i the t'I"' these. The comparison was very
coming year wIre: td; V : Yeti*(iday, Race and Race interesting
quardt, president; Steve Hr o st ,n;"re,I a seminar, the first There are three basic systemsof e' ': .
vice president; Sue VanDu ne of IJUt.! to acquaint cltrusmen "firing"groves.One Is the old
secretarytreasurer.Other with Control 15. Dr. William open fire Efficiency of this system -
members Included Don C, ,tc I son of the Lake Alfred Is about 47.3 per centthatIs
McDonald, Jackie staack, J Expe ti lent Station was on hand about 47.S per cent of the .} Ik
Ernest:: Hudson, Jerry Priest BTU value of the fuel is utilized
Jim McIver, Bill Durrouphs Another system Is the stack
Ld: Beasley. Miss U.S.A. type heater. This uses the principle y
Plans for "ProtectionWeek of radial heating, giving ,
," which will be observed about 70 per cent efficiency.
nationally Nov 8-14, were for There is much heat loss in both
mulated, Marquardt stated The For A of these systems
local group of Independent insurance Day The third system Is the new
agents, In addition to Control U. These units are similar
Its many other activities,places to blow torches, and are --
great emphasis on the prevention Tries SuicideLOS aimed at the grove In strips CONTROL 15, developed by Pace and Race Inc of Winter Haven, Is a new system of grove N
of loss of life and property Their efficiency is about 92.5 heating which appears to be far superior to other systems D
Marquardt continued, "All of per cent.
our efforts would be rewarded Control 15 has many advan. WARRING TON, England Before starting work he aa, \art/i,
If It resulted In the savingof INSURANCE MEN MIT:; Lamar Hutchinson of Orlando, ANGELES (UPI)-Leona tages. They are fed from acen.tral 25 Citizens (UPI) -City officials disclosed change Into overalls. At dj. "
one life or prevented any left, past president of the Flor'J A.::lociatlon Insurance Agents, Cage, Miss U.S.A for one day storage area through delivery that for two years a recently end, he showered and chain v.]
serious damage to property spoke this week to the W.r Haven i group Ld Marquardt, In 1957, was reported critical ll-ie. ollmlnatlng the neod Held In Congo resigned garbage collector had back Into his business suit- .
Protection Week Is designedto right, local president vas: reelc ;ted. condition today in the prison 1 for refueling and the danger of fooled his wife Into thinking he city official said. "Thers1- I
make the ward of County General Hospital, damaging trees by spilling fuel had a better job
public of their
sort of
aware will De IncUd Ir.tro of Insurance some stigma attachedto
adequate will be WASHINGTON
; Agents following a suicide attempt. (UPI The the Identified
Individual It takes far fewer units Each day man,
Insurance protection, event of a loss AU memlei, available, with per the job" and the man finally!
no obligation, to The 26-year.old former Miss State Department said Thursday X left home
Marouardt said acre to provide the heat needed only as "Mr. ,
so that they of the Winter assist found another one.
Haven the
Association public I In checking Universe contestant booked 1 it was "exploring
_, was with Control 15 than with the every dressed In bustnm clothes
iiicii uioui ii. of marijuana after she was 1 units always burn clean, do not safety and removal of 25 Americans .
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH "Since It Is not J possible for found unconscious in a Sunset: smoke or cause carbon deposits from rebel.held Stanley.
Polk CounrlonUnlv.
e Native
Boulevard vine in the Congo.Department
motel In
us to prevent every loss or Hollywood. to build up and clog them. v
6th & "A" Ave, N.W. accident from happening we do Police said a note found at: But that's not all. Race and spokesman Rob-
the read ert McCloskey said the UA C of Fie qreduate
: .
want to make Race has with
_______ sure that the come up some1
"The Church That'iOn people of the Winter Haven area "As strange as I know this 1 thing else newt: a way to raise government has the "greatest f
are adepuately Insured In the must sound I feel In my heartto | the relative humidity to hold the concern" for the group of five e Practicing attorney
The Go For God"REV event they do suffer a loss," make my exit at this pointIn ; heat longer. U.S. diplomats and 20 mission.
life would be the wisest aries. The department, he said,
Marquardt concluded.NO my ; The people at Race and Race e State Representative for
thing to do. I would like to be. has been "exploring ever possible
noticed that the groves on the
i Mcctwfully, pushed
lieve that there few who by which their security yn
are a 1 downwind side of lakes in the way t .
q COMMENT will umleritam Good luck to 1 1962 freeze did not suffer as can be assured" muck ItqlilatloH benefittlna.
everyone. God bless all." Polk County
R. L. FREEMAN u, TOLEDO:: Ohio (UP) Editor It was signed Mary you Leona 1 much damage as those on the
Benjamin Strange of the upwind side.Finally SHOP WINTER HAVEN
of St. Petersburg ,oledo Monitor, a weekly busl- Gage scientists led by Dr.
Gage, who has had frequent
Grlerson, discovered that there
nes::; newspaper, picked up a .r
Guest Speaker marital and career prob.ems Is direct of rela-
cOP of this week's edition a relationship WILLIAM E. SCHMIDT
was clad in a white 1
This Sunday j Thursday and found the Monitor sweater, checkered leotards and 1 tlve humidity to the amount ot/ D.D.S.ennouneas. For positive decisions and action. .
had endorsed state Rep. Charles heat In the air. The higher the
high boots whon discovered in
relative humidity, the more heat
Kurfess, his
opponent for the
the motel. Police sail her left REELECTLAWTON
REV R. D. HODGES state In the air.Working.
legislature boot r, mtilned( a half-ounce of the optnlno of kit
on the principle, Race
PASTOR strange had no comment.Don't .
marijuana. and Race ha* now designed a office for the CHILESDEMOCRATIC
In 1957, Miss Cage won the 1 method of Injecting up to 25
Miss U.S.A. title in the Mm 1 gallons of water per hour into Practice of DentistryOffice
Universe Pageant at nearby Long the air, and this can operated Hour
Beach She was disqualified when 1 off of an irrigation system.
I judges found out she was mar After the film growers were ty Appointment STATE REPRESENTATIVE Gp. I ItPd
net I and had two children.
given an opportunity to question Tel. 293.0023
Shortly after the contest she 1 Dr. Grlerson,, Early, and Austin ( '01. Ad)
worked as a Las Vegas show Race Jr. 717 Cyprtit Gardens Reid
girl. In February of 1950. she -- -
Let Time was divorced from Air Force"
: Sjti Gene Ennis. 'A previous,
marrt&f: when she was 14, ,'"
had been annulled. In 1958 she
married her third husband,
Nick Covacevlch. She subsequent
!) wis divorced aid mar.
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Army Orders tad ,

rV New 'Scopes

{ i Am,> has placed its first. order
for 2.300 n e w snlperscopes
which operate by magnifyingstar
:: and momilleht Instead of
projected Infra.red rays.
The device weighs six pounds
and can be mounted on a rifle
The first production models are
expected to cost from $1.000 to
$5,000 each, with the price go.
rssr- Ing down later.
V ea The Army said the big Improvement 6
In the starlight scopeis
j : that Its use cannot be detected .
bj the enema as was
possible with the old Infraredscope. .

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Acting Atty. Gen. Nicholas
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from 1 )
the 1
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Architects Seek Way I i[The Weather--Local, State And Nationall/|I Florida World's Fair Town Bryant Audit Orders


To Eliminate SlumsNEW sbC Exhibit Was Success Farris TALLAHA&SrF Bryant ordered(UPI) -a slate Gov

.. audit of the
- - - Thursday accounts
of the town of Altamontc
300 YORK (UPI) About "the first major breakthroughIn ; 'TALI.AHASSPr (UPI) t..'of hthlt. Additional millions of per.suns Springs after receiving a petl.
Neork architects the effort to /HDL
met break
Thus1a\ the ghetto ( Farris Bryant said Thurs,'*>' saw the paUlfon amt citrus ties requesting the audit from
the night to discuss how walls. a11''TL$ the Florida exhibit at the \''w tower on television, In news. half the freeholders
could lend their Grey said he cool
al 1 profession- reallMd Negroes o York World's t Fair WM an in. papers and magazines He said Mayor 6. tawrence Swoftor I
skill to the civil rights moveend's will live in Harlem
I'' /. 6cicA qualified 'UI'C..te iw two million tourist brochureswere and other members of the townccMBcIl
fight to eliminate 4ums. decades.
attendance figures during s< ne distributed at the Inform asked for the audit after
Out of the session WM created "You will not Integrate all of ., ,/ ; months lion center George Bobrow defeated Swot.
a new organisation, the us or amalgamate all of us," Bryant gave Ms weekly news Bryant said 3r>0,000 persons ford in the primary race for
Architect Renewal Committee he said. "Therefore we Dave to conference a refoft on he I paid '4'OOOO to see the Iho county commissioner
hers in Harlem (ARCH). Its memo work over acres of Harlem so try rdn4 N A.r firs year's operation!< of he porpoise show and! I 17P.000 per. Bobrow iharged SWnff will volunteer their MTV. we can emerge as a people.> sometime rontrovorelal Fit 11.la son pall' ,I $41.000: to see the real estate holdings were ass..'s.sed .
>Ices ID rehabilitating old housing Harlem has to become a com exhibit and outliMd plans 'ur ( u'nlatis, oxhll, which trot lower than the slue car.
and designing new housing munlty where we can exhibitour co its use during the winter mOll i, started,I talc III the season. The rled on the tax books Swofford
>n Harlem arts, our culture, our poll. 0 : 0 'The governor Hid a MI Mn I I lortda, Its I l",11 Slap 1'1'05"rd has sued Itohrnw for libel ask.

Archlte, C. Richard tics. ., will be put up on the OIIK 1 unf roooo PI'I'r.i tog $100.000
founder of the Hatch -- lh....- -hnlMlu-.---...., .riahlr--....... ."". ,'.-.
group, said the 1 would love to see Harlem "
\ motorists on the nearby ellili.| i f.
organization 80
was unusual because integrated," he said, "but we 80 the COMrtlTI SIIICTION Of
way ml'8lli8'ooldn'i
architects as a rule are haven't gotten to that stag yet rather be In Florida." DOMESTIC & IMPORTED
reluctant 0
join Some where
groups. you will Join us In Bar-
If the city's most prominent lam or where Bryant said Florida's 1),1" II CORDIALS
you will\ welcomeus LIQUOR -
architects attended. the Fair was an oulst.II'' ''I
Jesse in your netghborhoodsl"nut success "from most IJI,1o, BEER & WINEdt&kp1
chairman of
> the he argued, by making
Community Council points" but It didn't a.II.t
on Housing Harlem a place where Negroescan
and organizer of last wlner'srent improve themselves, "we MOSTLY FAIR Most of the nation will have clear skies and cool temperatures today. everything that was exPect., .r
strikes by Harlem slum can create the atmosphere for Central and Southern California, Arizona,New Mexico,Texas, and Louisiana will have tempera it. Things will be Ix-tlci "
dwellers hailed the meeting as Integration." hires In the 80's while most of the other Southern States will have temperatures In the CO's and year, however, he said.He .

70's. Rain is forecast for the Rockies, the Southern Plateau and the middle Atlantic coastal _...._said_ ___.between...._ _u__five._. .III', a
"' ''UUII ,"" "' "
states 1
Starts Sunday "TOPKAPI" with Medina M.rcouri

The yt.ri you longer t. rest than It did to pt tired. I through tomorrow
High today upper 70 s. Low tonight I'nltfd Press International
TONITE IS THE NITE TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! near 60. Northerly winds I Low High
10 to 20 miles hour,
Albuquerque 48 73 i'i'own
OPEN l 12:45: P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M. Alllnil S3 73

SUNDAY and SATURDAY Florida Zones Birmingham SO 74 uLANDs

OPEN 1:45 P.M. Centliivout Show from 2 r.M. MON. floe Fli.gm. Panhandle Doston Chicago 51 42 68 S3 mdsee y

Cleveland 31 M
Now Showing Generally fair and mild today Denver 42 TT in o
tonight and Saturdayhigh
TODAY thru
Detroit 35 80
SATURDAYFRI.2:10 today 76 to 82, low tonight Jacksonville 55 77Kaneas
54 to 58, Winds 8 to 16
City 48 tI8
miles hour.
: 400;: 5:40 720 tlOPM: per Los Angeles 54 72
North It | a\' you to hit )' our own l ruuU onr sitMurlion i-. gllm'nllh-c-d( !
SAT, I :00 2:40 4:25 i:00 7:SO t:10 Miami tI8 79

I QNCE'IN lbuR'UFETiME BKRfENeFSO / today Fair through mid.70'i Saturday., low tonight High Twin Miami Cities Belch 68 32 T7 46

near 50 Northerly winds S to
15 miles per Northeast hour. New New York Orleans SO 51 66 78 I I WE ARE OPEN 'TIL 8:00: PM FRIDAYS I

A t Orlando 61 tI8
WAIT DISNEYS 4 4 Fair through Saturday High Philadelphia SO 87

today mid-70'i, low tonight in Phoenix 55 tI8 ,
\- r a the W i. Northerly winds 10 to Raleigh 41 71
DEAR TO 15 miles hour
per SI. 1.0111. 36 63 Yid
San Franl'l.ro 59 tI8
MY HEART t Central Seattle\ S2 57 r s
Fair through Saturday. High Tampa S3 82

TECHNICOLOR today around 80, low tonight Washington 47 74
in the 50 s. Northerly.; winds 8 r r l1 }
to 15 miles per hour.Soutlaeast. T

w" wn
with Fair through Saturday High
r,.,:,,,, ..., BURL IVES IEULAH BOND! today upper 70'.. low tonight Earned By
near 60. Northerly winds 10 to
COMING SOON "YOUR CHEATING HURT" 20 miler per hour. FEC RailroadST.

with 6ee. HemIN10-. Picture About Am.risa'sGraf..t
Country MUIK M.n, Th. Immortal' HANK Southwest Florida
East Coast Railway an.
WILLIAMS H.., All o< Hi Gr..t H.til Fair through Saturday High nounced Thursday It has madean

today In the low 80's low tonight operating profit of$1,469,124 r
HAVEN DALE Drive-in THEATRE In the low GO's. Northerly In the first three quarters of
winds 10 It) IS mile per 1964 despite the longstanding
OPEN AT *00 ".104, a COME EARLY ENJOY A SNAKI hour, strike against,

TONIGHT thru SATURDAY NIGHT South President' W. L. Thorntonsaltl

3 Big Hits 3 Generally fair through Saturday net operating Income for the .
third quarter alone totalled
High today 80 to 82, low
7:00-R.y D.nton Jack K.lly in It:00 Sot only) $687,737 compared to a dl'nrltof
"F.B.I. CODE 98" winds tonight 10 In to the 18 miles 60 i. Northerly per hour. $143,481 for that quarter last up to your shoulders In comfort 1E211usire 1
year when the strike was In Its
IhermOl I
20Jick: Ltmmon Romy Sehftoid.r in Keys first I weave
year 5
"GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM" in Color Generally fair through Saturday The railroad said It has r comfortable( !
High today BO, low tonight keeps you year-round

II:30-Aim l.dd In stored full carload freight ser/' 1
70 Northerly winds 10 to Ire and Is making arrangement s
"THE BIG LAND" in Color
18 mile per hour. to resume normal Icing of pro.
duce originating on Its line
The FEC has not carried State Pride
passengers since the strike be. ACRILAN11S11l
ian Jan. 23, 1903, maintaining 100%
they would be endangered by

sabotage The railroad has been orderedto I ] !
all.C featherlight yet warm
show should not be held In contemptof
a federal court Injunction
n requiring It to abide by a pre. Decorator
Your 365 nlghti' gear 899
1 c strike agreement with I l the (Colon!

Brotherhood. of Railroad Trainmen. pensive blanket! look hand.crochet like ei, 72.90"

Mf X Dontqotellin'those ----- -- yet dries machine without woihei' a worry and Z 7 6 Woven and napped entirety of 100'/ virgin Aerltanowylle I I I:

Thick lofty fluffs back after each
the Newsboy Helps All cotton (leo troublewith flberi. nap
Gals allergist), bound woihlno. Beoutdipped In colon that tit Into today'swIth
Police Capture nylon 72 i 90 decofotlno scheme lunury.wlds nylon binding. Mothproof

/ t i Silver CLub Escaped Convict REGULARLY 8.99 ", Ud..proofj ,

is to end (CPr) Douglas Fairbanks )

la was delivering newspapersas \
Oct 30 ** -- usual Thursday! before school !f
when a man flagged down his /'! \ :

car and offered him f M for a \, ,. "
4/ IT WILL BE ride to nearby Santa Maria. : .' lifl',
"Hop in," Fairbanks told f".',. ,
\ Jackie Lee Pike, It,
Shortly thereafter Fairbanks & J

CONTINUED, stowed la front of the police 4:
station here and told Pike be

( Due to bad",to got make an escaped a delivery.convict I |In t to ', s R t F I

the car," Fairbanks told officer
Frank Rncha "You'd better
/ Demand rome and get Mm.
Rjpular Police said" Fairbanks recog*
nlced prison garb worn by Pike
when the latter flagged htm
down. He also was suspicious i\
when Pike crowned on the
floorboards of the car so
nobody would see Mm.
A Ai Y With Pike aialo belied
t bars,
Fairbanks flashed his delivery fSI llc Priilc' rh-clrir Mnnkctear fSlale Pride''Legacy'
ant weal to clue al Ian Irene
OMeop HKh School, where be 2- replact-ineiit guarantee
is aseMor. bedspread)
Police said Pike had eecaped
from the CalUorMs men's eol-
oay M. here thorny before 15.00
Fairbanks picked Mm op 9.99

i Milwaukee PhilIs Uawry"" blind.ION. ro/oa J0% coN10, 90% Heo4eeae woven Mock pottern ." eovy totton

AcquittedMIAMI wrgui, Atf* i acrylic won o nylon b+odq 0"w.>*.h rich bvWon fringe. Rovnded corneri forgroceM
1 IoIo.". Co efIetnop draping White and o ''qvo white,
ITD-A ILroaa fed. onleed foe the Me of the
'' decorator cotortl, Generous t* full. o a
oral court |jury Thursday! ac. .fit. corneri Owe" guorewKee. $tet. f rtde phi r'
omitted fells Aldereslo and see elecif blontet free if any
defendant Irwto I. Weiner. of control or iheN. been dud proof clotel. bed l
M s..s ser.M.t ..nortioa'IIarr.l.,
As D. test AMeresto was accused of try.
( toe to force hu way Into s Double Bed Size 1099 I
t pese eiehaactnc scheme here ( I Iw
__ a QRIt oontrntst M 1042. Wetaer was charged DUAL CONTROL"i. I /
.R'1 aMbif and abetttog the I

Small Bonk -Cowte y &g tank Servic, 48.,-*'.,to. td CMcago Alderesto, who Uko ra..r.
M "Mllwaik
be Pail," Use Your Charge Account

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l Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Almanac

w. {. RYNIRSON Ed,tot.Publiih.r Letters To The Editor Project AlertBy B)' United Press Internal,' '

JOHN W. RYNHSON AimUnt *. th* Publiih r Today l Is Friday, Oil, 'II i .

304th day of 1964 with c. i Ir
PuMiihod' daily (..c.pt Sdurdwby> th. w'...' H..... Deere Cdttor: pay, or living alone or withus children yet to come. We Just

Puktlih.nq c.., .lot, I 114 Ird St-..t, NW. Wint.r H..n. Fl.nd. Florida voters on Election to be able to receive the cannot afford to throw away the MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Ret. low.The moon is approach: "?

Day will make a choice which In future She virtues that made our country -
payments years.
CHARLES AOSHOAN ft.n.r.l M....,.. new phase,
vitally affects the college great. It is so much easier ,
chose marriage She receiveda Analyst The morning stars ar' j ji
JACK BEAHAN ..... .tEdger education of their children and total of taso atM time of to destroy than to build. _. Mars and Venus i'
the future welfare of our State. Integrity is one thing we cannot and they thInk they KnoW '''' ; ;.d I.t.r.-ar
father's death this honesty -
my Is States The JUII,
Adv.vtnq M.e.q.rNATIONAL YOU PULL THE them
I We refer to the Board of Regents '' afford to be without as head of five .
or is it a con game cmostaitoanwill and Saturn.On
mn.KI"In the !test
, ADVERTISING RtmStNTATIVE Amendment (No. I) to the State I divorced with two our great country tile this day In Motor :
Sh.nnp I Auoci.tn, lac Chicle. III Constitution, F. O. W. trouble In achieving their goal 1919 heavy selling
daughters who almost of those In 4ay .
are days there were no do have a choice.
Ralph McDonald In the
studyof Vest
Enter, d *t S*..nd. Cots Mill M.tI.r SoP'. *. 124 .1 th. Pett Other/ higher education in Florida legal age If I do not live to kings (leaders) In Israel: everyman desire you to promote Communlsm served on the New York )1', ,,

ill Winter H.vn. Florid. undo. act .< March I, l7f made the age lo receive Social Se- Dear Editor: did that which was right U you for the man they Exchange following ue, ,.
In 1963, stressed that "in Politically speaking, I've vote of the day befor..
no other state does the state's curity payments, where will In his own eyes" Judges, If prefer the American plunge
," read enough from your paper to are for. you In 1938, actor Orson, 'A,
: ._ MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU ? To family 21.10. Is this not so today? wish to promote :
board for its and
,, governing higher my money go my know how you stand, whose side way caused a national panic
\ : education .have such '?! No for after the girls are Before Christ WM led to the and freedom to en-
; : OF CIRCULATIONS system you are on, and the ones that Pontius Pilot prosperity radio dramatization of! an ,II ..
.'h." weak status In government, such of age they can not receivea you're against of Judea stated "I ,can procurator find no jo/ It, vote for the man they (ton of New Jerse\ i L ,
an uncertain role of leader- cent, I have so little faith Me being a working man all don't like.Yesl from Mars.In .
fault with this Just man". Yet, watches -
MEMBER ship. such fluid member- that I will ever receive Social my life, or since I was a boy \ there is a God who 1941, a German sulm'arr) ,
out '
Act iw. M.mb.r UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL ship, ,.. Is found In Florida Security that I have denied around 18 years old, nobody understands many the people" cried every move we make. As we torpedoed and sank a L'
,5. .
"crucify him! H. cruet \.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL rkt U.. .d Pr.,. it ."Iotl." t. Ik* ui. He also emphasized the need that I can my financial situations was "pull the lever" next Tuesday
myself things now val although the
tied. Ever since mankind has destroyer, i .
and ,
ASSOCIATION 10 rp.bUasi.n. of .1I1.ul n.ws pant.IN keenly felt by faculty and students and physical conditionany each has a conscience "
., invest In a legitimate insur been asked to pay the price If hould was not yet at war.
cd m skis n* .ip.pr will t oil UPI In our universities of better than therefore know full welt that our
myself we
| i..wi Oiio.tch.t minimizing the Influence of politics ance company where I can I am passing on some they did not champion and support lone vote might well soMnd the In 1948, an Army trans(, r
have protection upon retiringand his teachings. and the memory great na from Germany arrived ,In \" ,
on higher education. true facts that I have truthfully "death knell of our
also know that what ever of this great, good and just York City with the first r-'
not support our ?
CLASSIFIED CIPARTMENT Approval of Amendment Two experienced to you, and sincerely tton" It we do
By thi Word S P M. Pr.viout: D.,. By Iko Inch: J P..... Pr.viout Day. will permit members of the Is there would go to my fa mily. hoping a man of your man, Jesus Christ the Sun of Constitution, do not cut a vote gees to arrive In the U.S. urn*

lto.l Nolic.i S P.M Pr.vioui D.,. Sunday Edition, Dtodlmt: Friday. board governing our public universities Integrity will see the light the God against the forces of evil, cor- the Displaced Persons Alt.i

DISPLAY DEPARTMENTSund.y ; to be appointed for Frankly I am sick of the right way, and pass it on to the Today, the forces of Satan are ruptton and appeasement to the

Ed, ,on-3 PM. Thur.d.y; Monday Edition-) P.M. Frid.y; staggered terms of nine years joke called Social Security. many hundreds of people again at work trying to crucify enemies of God, and our great A thought for the dai; i for-.

Tu.iJ.y Edlion-No.n Saturday. W.dnj.d.y. Thund.y and. Friday rather than the current four. If it must be, let it be volun- throughout Winter Haven, who Senator Goldwater upon the Republic.To er American President JfJfo
Ed.tio.. c-1 F.M Two Days in Adv.nc. cross of FREEDOM with untruths Con. Adams said: "The happiness
After the initial appointments, tary, or return to the Investers read your dally paper. the many courageous
distortions, in effort to society Is the end of
Mtmbor Southern N.wip.p.r Publishers Allocution, vacancy for one one board member or their heirs exactly what First let me say, Just because servatlve Democratic Repub- totem
indoctrinate the that"Ev
M.mb., Florid P.." Auoci.tion would be filled each year. they invest no more or no my parents were Demo- people lican men and women who have ment.
erything is so lovely and peaceful --------
It usually takes a governing less Most Americans are not crats, or Republicans, Is no sacrificed so much to Informour
TELEPHONE CYproti 1 711' throughout our nation". It Is the 10RAI(Ir:
board member several reason that I should be what citizenry of the perils our
too stupid to take care same old copied Communist pro. LONG BEACH. Calif
years to become fully acquainted they were, as many thousands nation faces at humeandabroad, IP
themselves, even though we cedure. Every thing the Republican Jean Moffltt, .
with the special nature of feel this way. fear not. With heads up and Billy unm r
A For have been told this at long as and Democratic Conservative ranked
Thought Today"And face the top U S come
higher education problems. In rve always been taught that a shoulders back you can your
I remember I think it is people quote or say "Is
recognition of this, fourfifthsof can friend In need is a friend indeed fellowmen with confidence and tennis player, appeared n
the states have terms of about time we get some one and the Democrat untrue or aile". Every thing pride In remembering as "In tournaments the Wi),iuir,
He (God) has put all thing under Ilia tenure for periods longer than In the office of President of has been mine, yours, and millions the left.wing One.World Demo the das of Noah" man would Cup and Federation Cup in \19;

(Christ's) feet, and gave (appointed) Him to be head four years. For example, the United States who has of more friends ever since cratic Socialists quote truth"or. sa; not listen to the warnings of and compiled a 851 pe) :, ,:) '' .
the unvarnished
Regents of the University of faith in the ability of the Hoover's administration was God, and j ou did. winning 40 of 47 mat, liON :,
all the Church which is His the
things to body So saying I
over California are appointed for American citizen Barry Cold- ended.I .._ many people are

fullness of Him who filleth all in alt." Eph. 22-23 terms of 16 years. water is that person remember all the Big Banks "I within know something is but wrong I do
our government
The hands which we outstreached in agony on the The University of California Mrs Jean RiS3 find( smaller ones going busted not know what".Have we becomeso YOUR TELEVISION DIAl
and other Institutions of higher and taking every cent that our
universal brainwashed to think that
cross now a sceptic.Dr.
education In which board members foreparents had worked hard to
Dear Editor wrong Is right and right is
Albeit L. Carnett serve for : save
long terms and WFLA.TV WPTY.TY wm.TYCha..1
? Have become sousedto wa.o.TV
of we
After over three decades wrong
political control Is at a mini I also remember Mr. Wood- S Channel. Cho..1 1 Channel II
and tolerent of misbehavior
with what has
mum have attained experimenting roe Wilson whose ABC C'SOrlo..de
a peak of administration CBS NBC
been called deals and among some of our un elected
academic excellence Let us many started the 8 hour law, so TOlllp. Orlaede Tempo
other such names and now the governmental officials, so readyto
strive for a similar goal in that the big business
News Chief Editorials Florida. great society is It not about time couldn't work the daylights man out fqrgtve and forget to a degree Friday NIGHT Oct. 30
that we start to review historyand of gentleness and Irresolution -
Those who favor achievinga of a man and not give his tired
see where we are and also to where we are willing: to
superior system of higher body any rest until they said It AtC News Pullt News
what made this great country accept loss Of freedom m independence 4:00-Niwi News Sports
Maybe This Will Help education In Florida are en- ? was enough.I and libert and have ilS:; -Sporti, WlUr W.ith.r News, Wither Sporti, W'II.,
couraged to vole for Amendment great t:JO-CIS N.wi NBC News The Big Movie CBS News
Two. It Is listed voting Our forefathers left their remember Mr. Roosevelt, become incapable of survivingIn NBC .N.wi '. h. Viebnt, CBS News
You have 13 Amendments to the Constitution of on ':4S-CIS News !
machines as "Terms of Office home lands and friends and who had grace, and love enough a Jungle world? __ _

Florida to vote upon at the polls Tuesday. We have Created by the started out for a very distant about him to pave throughto Millions are deal to anything 7:0GL..dh.Offc.. Men" The 1II1."aft;
Legislature. Senator Goldwater Yet, In. "L... M. Glenn F.d The Rill..ft
land of wilderness and great Social Security and all other says. 7'15Wyatt: Eo.p
made what we consider a thorough study on these and Cecil N. Smith :
problems that necessitated Ire- pensions that the elderly would terestlng enough events are rap 7JG-Rawhid.: Tender" .. SIuwck Rawhide
President, U of F Chapter, "confirming" much that he ; E. G. /R'binsen Rawhide
have also incorporated the thinking of the League of American Association of menduous courage. Why did they have something to live on after idly 745-Rowhid.; Elvis Presley

Women Voters to answer the questions on how to vote. University Professors leave their home land? Was it they became too old to work has While been saying.pubiicall preaching -S:00-Rawhide-;: Debre Pcge1 The Iq; Mo.i. Rawhide

not to get away from big government any more I'IS-R.whid. Rich.d. Egan The Biq Mena Rawhide
Here it is of vote the please but coexistence" with the
course you way you "peaceful
and the many restrictions IJG-Th.; Bob Hope Addams Family The
be sure to cast your ballot. Dear Editor ? Was It not so that they Againalong comes Mr. West the Kremlin Is secretly :4S- bterlain.r, Theatre Add."" Family En""aift
Perhaps Mr, Tanner should Goldwater, who has made his shipping large amounts of arms
could be free men and have an
AMENDMENT ONE Apportionment of the see another side of Social Security opportunity to develope their barrel full from the harvest of to the Mediterranean Island of 1:00-The: Bob Hope V.tentis a Day The

Florida Legislature. This would put into the Constitu- Mr. Tanner Is very talents without limitation of big his Democrat friends and wantsto Cyprus forces of pro Soviet ': Entertainers Thahe Val.ntine'e Day Entertunm.

tion the plan agreed upon by the 1963 Li>ii!dutuie. lucky to live and receive hit government? Was it not also tot tear things up, like they once Archbishop Makarloi Russian, to military be followed :45UStoAC:3G-Go".r: Pyle Jack Jack B.my Benny.. 12 High O'CI.ck Comer- USMC Prlr

"inveslmpnNot all people able to worship God as they was. soon by
However, the Supreme Court says this won't do so why training missions, the sai .e pattern i ,
nor their families are that wished? They paid i tremen- :OG-Th. Reporter Jack Pea 12 O'CI.ck The R.pont
waste our time and money on doing a )poor job at this "lucky". Thousands have theirmont'y duous price for this It was pas- lie doesn't even care whether as happened In Cuba 10: S-Th. Reporter Jack Pur High The R.pont,
your children, my children, oranybody's voter before going to The
Every 10:3G-Th. Reporter Jack Par F..r' RpoNII
time. Our vote : NO.AMENDMENT. stolen from them yearly sed on to us. education
children gets an
should look The Repose
the polls carefully 10:45-Th.: R.p.rt. Jack Pur Daughter
have that
Today, we one party
TWO Termer Office for or not in the looking glass and ponderhis
Normally when a person invests is headed up by Senator Gold- 11:00-N.wi; N.".. Spt. Wtr Newlin. Nwi. St:...
those positions created byihe Legislature.. This dials In Insurance stocks water that Is attempting to stop He doesn't even care whetherthe or her state ot ignorance 11:15-Sporti, Wth.r Politic! Final W'th.r Wlh.rf 1d!'

with increasing the term of office of }! member of the 'bonds, property or savings of this present trend of big Government old, and disabled gets Social concerning tlonal events.national This and might Interna leadto I 11 JG-Thlltr.: ol tonight Show Shock Theatre Shock TI..'"
and its destruction! of Security or Welfare or not, '11:45- the St.,, Tonight Shew Shock Theatre Shock Theses"
Board of Regents from the present four years to nine any kind this money upon the Ambition, Initiative and resourcefulness or any other kind of a pensionas less cocksureness about cer- -

years, staggering tin- pel wds so that m.mbi-rs do not their death would go lo their of our citizens. far as thats concerned, lust tain Issues especially SenatorGoldwaUrS Saturday MORNING Oct. 3 31\

heirs or whoever they might: Barry Goldwater one of the so it isn't him that suffers s'nl ui jcial Security
get off all at once. We feel that this is updating the choose. But mA with Social He has stated over and -
few men that we have seen In --T"hu-r--;;
control of schools of higher education and that it is It's the elderly people of over he supports Social Security, 7:00-Grewera: R.d Rydn
our father into
Security My paid National Politics that Is not yesteryears who have made and 7:15AI", ..... Bruce Show Ne.s Rod Ryd.r
taking it out of politics to a gloat extent. It used to boa Social Security from the time evasive, does not employ built our great economy of has always voted to believes strengthen Social 7JO-On.: Wy The Uncle RD Md., Red Rydei
Social and
It started until his death in "double talk" In answering a Security, 7:45toAir..r: Bruce. Show Florida Red RdOl
political plum. Our vote : YES. America today, and it's the Security Is a good thing. _
61. question Ills candor Is refrebh-
October 1958 at the of
AMENDMENT THREE Use of Motor Vehicle age Ing His honesty above young people-your children, and What more could any voter ask OO-toAiI.r: Mayo The Uncle Ra".r .f Superman
several suspic
My mother being my children along with everyone for? l5-toA"I.: Mayor Bruce Show the Jungle Superman'
License Revenue For School Purposes We have always yean younger could not re ion.This else's children who will What the voter doesn't know JG-toAi.t.r: Mayor The Uncle Superman. Wally G.t.I

felt that the money collected for gasoline: license celve Social Security pay. citizens Is one election that our keep this great economy moving may be everything Or it maybe :45-Mi.t.: Mayor Bruce Show Superman. Wally G.t.r
not afford
can take
menu A few years later she to to build America, still greaterfor But the voter who re- Sh.w'
with motor vehicle: nothing. 100-Alvin;: Circus Alvin Show
plates, anything doing transportation lightly. Surely, we cannot afford Boy Major Mercury
had the choice of companion tomorrow. shies his possible Ignorancewill l5-AI.i. Show Alvin Show
to vote without first : Circus Boy Major Mercury
on an individual basis, should be used on our toads ship her age through: marriage what we are voting for.checking It is onetime The business man depends be a more careful man or 1:30-Tennessee: Hector Major Mercury Tens.,.

and highways, NOT in our ochools. This should forcea and sacrificing what my to place country before the poor and laboring class to woman when he PULLS TilE t:4STuede: Heathcote Major Mercury TUl.da

reorganization of the entire tax sttuduic which is father had earned and had partisan politics. It Is time to make him a profit to live on LEVER. A humble vote Is apt. 10.OO-Ouick Draw U"d.rda Shenanigans. Quick Draw

woefully out of date. We vote : NO had illegally taken from his think of our children and the /and saveand the poor and La- to be sounder In hatred than or a arrogance.vote registered 10:15- McGraw U"d.rdo Shenanigans McGraw

boring class depends on the 10JG-Miqht: Mouse Fireball XL.S Annie. O.kl.y Mighty Mouse
AMENDMENT: FOUR Use\ of Stale School pio\idi a bfttcr method for revision of either the business man for our living- Man people do not know (unless 0:45Miqh.: Mouse_ Fireball XL.S Annie. O.kl.y Mighty Mem.I ,
listen radio dur
Fund for Capital Outlay. Here ngain we think that whole Constitution or port ions of it. If adopted by a therefore. we none can travellICe' Ing the they wee hours over of the morn I II OG-Llnu.- The Dennis The New Casper linus. The

this money should be placed in n different category 3/5 vote of both houses the. proposal would l be submit- others Journey alone without each lag to Communist broadcasts) IIII Li..heart.d, Menace Cart..... Li..hurt.dII .
help. : J.ts.... JersonI .
It comes from many sources such us the federal government ted to the electors ut the n ext general election or the or read Communist newspapers, I 11:45-Th. J.ts.n Fury Fury 811ny Beeny I I Cecil Cecil The The J.lloft'
We should love our neighborsas that the Communist l leaden In \
sale of state lands forfeitures and unclaimed Legislature could call for special election at '
a an ear. ourselves, anddountoothers Russia, Castro In Cuba, andGus AFTERNOON

property. But the amount is small compared to what it lier date. As mentioned be rOn we feel that our Con- as ye would have them do Hall the top Communist In the 'I

unto us In this there United States, are all violently II:00-Sky KmaII M.ck 1M.,.. luqi Sky King.
way Bunny
is supposed to be used! for. For Instance, there are only slitution, adopted in 1885a I and revised many times is IS '
wouldn't be any burdens on anyone against Senate Goldwater The : Km4 For Hire Bugs Bunny Sky King .1
$15 million to be considered and this won't buy many jumble that this may I L e one way in which we can Communist want to spread Com. II:30-My Friend FUnd. Hoppity My Friend. ''if'

buildings or do much equipping. We vote : NO. get a complete lemionit hout so much ln.sle on the long to see the day when we munlsm all over the UnitedMemories n:45- Flick. ___ G.rdtnl.nd. Hopp.r Flick "

AMENDMENTS FIVE ANI SIX The -e are matter We vote : YES.AMENDMENT will all be equally yoked and I I IOD-I: 1 Leos Lucy Pre.Game Show Mr.:-Magee College "
sincerely urge everyone concerned I:15-1 I Laos Lucy F.otb.ll K.I.ido.cop'
local bills. The first would allow certain counties! to TWE LVK: Distribution of and who may read this I:30-Adv.ntur* C.rolin St. Mr American Ma,so CBS News

handle their own affairs as in the County Superintendent "Setond Gas Tax" : talon to January 1, 2018. to get out and vote for the man I 1:45-: Theatre vi, S. C.r.hn.. Bandstand. CBS N.wi

of Public Instruction appointments The sec- Under the present status our county participates in who has all America, at heart -i,00:.Adv.ntur;; ;* -F-b' ----A'';. Seal.r. Citi..ftl
the rich well the and(
as as poor, 20 YEARS AGO 2:IS- Th.t ;
ond is approximately the same thing for Taylor Coun- the gait tax collected. We 1 111bl't'n able to use it to that man Is Lyndon B. Johnson.J Mrs. Mary B, Kyle received : .. Theatre Football Football W..tlinq Bendtand. PeIiticd2,4SChaley .n Media"7:30Ad ,

ty. We have always felt that home rule should be prac- our great advantage in man y instances, even to helpingis C. Machelson a telegram from the Interna .. Chan. F.ollt.1I Wrestling Sports Rap

ticed and that it is wrong when we have to go through with primary roads If it taken away we'll\ neverto tlonal Red Cross dating that 300Theatre F.etball l- W.lIin Ch.pinhip

the state government before we can get what we wish get it back and would have fight the big cities every Dear Editors A.her Harman son. Second was a Lieut prisoner David of I:30-Charley JI5.P.: ...."'Chan." F..tb.1I Football Wrutlinq Champs1d53:45Theatre Bowline, ,r

for our own county. By the same toke we feel that penny of the vay. Our vote would be : YES. At the new Goldwater Headquarters war In Germany : F..tb.1I Thahe"The L..p..d X B.winl, .
124 Central Ave.,
for other counties. Our vote YES: AMENDMENT TH1R TEEN Change in Ex- 10 YEARS AGO --- --
way : we had some cards with a pertly Announcement 4.00-NFL Cntdwn-F.tb. -M Countdo.n

AMENDMENT SEVEN Continuity of State emption of Homestead fro n Taxation for School Pur- of Johnson's Jan. 15th the engagement of was Miss made of 4:15-. lCichlf Hi.Time Marge t. Kick.1f

and Local Governments In Periods of Emergency. This pones in Sarasota County Again this is a county af- the speech Marxian which sounds ethic of more"From like rule Landress of Luke Wales Lu. !4::4S 30--NFL t. Kick.ff Cntdawn Hi.l'ime Hi.Ti", Theatre D'"i. O'K..I.X C.untd.wn t. Kckolf

article sets up a procedure for governmen'.al operation fair. They wish to be able to tax for : chool purposesd each according to his ability to Carl Aleck of Winter Haven k00-Championship- -- i
Perth W..ldI..j h' i
during a disaster or enemy attack. The Legislature the first $2,000 of assessc evaluation of homestead and to each according to hisneed" 5 YEARS AGO 1:1 IS- IewReq W..r. Wide.f Sporte Ifght.

would be empowered to fill ,vacancies either\ electiveor property. Then the next ::(5,000( would apply in the enterprise than a plug for the free Jean Knorr was the I4S IID-It: I i Th. lw Jimmy W d. W..ld Political
reigning : ItiTh. s
system L. B, J. .. L.w SIrlckl..d. Claude K _
appointive under such stress allowing continuation normal way. Thus those rho seem to have the most culms he endorses Shrine Club Queen -.f Sparse

of state and local governments. vote : YES children would be helping t
AMENDMENT EIGHT Duties of Commuwion- sofa countians have ahead,y voted on this, but in ours have told us they had read that Wall Street t:00-W.rld W.r I N.wl, SP."', W d. W.rld News, 'Wit

er of Agriculture Defined This would relieve the Com- archaic way of doing thins: they have to ask the rest this quote was taken out of eont.IIt" 4::30 IS--W.rld M.ny Happy W.r I Wedhea .f SaorN W..t S' i 1
and that President Johnson :: Inh.ti.n.1 Jenny Quest 77 Suntot ::
missioner from worrying about public land Hales of the counties to verify thwe air< vote. They voted yes and was referring to taking from Chaffer ::4SRetere_ + --- Sh..i". Jenny QNst. 77 Su..t S" '

immigration and would clear up discrepancies i he>t\xe>en are going to vote YES.In one Government Bureau to put 7. -C.ntr.l Fla. ." ..;) 0... Snip 77 Suns+I !' :
statutes. We vote YES. there Polk referendum\ Mo another Government Bur- NEW YORK 7: l Sh."cu.! ; Swtime 17Sues.I "'p
the Constitution and the : addition is o fi ie County : eeu fund (uPI) Ken. 730-.J.ck,. woe
NINE Authorizing Civil Trials on the of nor-appointed budget ne h B. Smlln and Kenneth 7:4-: GI.a Outer limits
AMENDMENT question: a gover com- We khan ot Purcell .. :. __Ripper Oath LI..i" Gla"e :
in Dade County here mission. This is No. 14 the ballot the 13 now have the entire Graham t -
on following
in Branch Courthouses again Co. say we now 00-W.' kl.
speech The message was definitely seem to be en. : Adventure .' Out.r Limits; Jackie
this is a county affair and they should be given the amendments.As not taken out of context Urine a sew phase Of the bull 130-CilK' IGl.asee M.. M.,.. Out.r Limit.. GleCSN

right to settle their own matters. They want to be able to this question we have expressed ourre. There was no reference or intent mark la which aeconderv S 4SIJ.nI,., !Keetucly Jane L..r.. W.IkLwr tiilli.ao'; ,
with conmcttac this Idea eoaapall take over leadereWp, ,__ Keetecky Jess W.Ik /1.1.04 I

to hold civil trials at properly elesignated: places over wives on this one befoi It deals with setting with bureaus! We have tacked However, they point GIlt' a 1,00-Mr.: Bredway -Saturday. NigM i l.ee.;.Well, Mr. beo4'1:11Mr. "'

the county rather than having them all at the court- up of a budget comrmttc e to be appointed by the p the speech- -in _tret- -up on major WI market do* ??, /:, Irealwey. .. .... M..I.. (._..... Well' Mr.'r..d.." 1,

house. This would certainly speed up justice and if Governor to create and operate a budget for i 1I! our read bulletin It for yourselves.board Come You in and be quattty termlasbe issues with in tile the poorer ascend _'39 45--M Mr,.. Ira/.ey Brs/way.. 'Tice.f pica T..h.A...,. H.gyweeM.liters Mr.r. Iray'r..d". ay

they wish it let them decide it. Our vote : YES. County. We have no quasi rel with such a committee. the Judge. Ua'dJJT *** "* blue chips 1000- mMIu :- ;;

AMENDMENT TEN Number of Judicial Cir- Hov\e\er. we don't want Tallahassee in the act Preetdcnt Johnson said :10.4/. Gaeem.II tiu"..... .
cuits Provided by the Legislature. This Amendment again we feel that it is a county affair and that we "we are going to try to take Leslie kt. Pollack- of !10 Gu...... .
all of the Reynolds __! ;i; ....tI.. Nv ........
would permit the establishment of as many as 20 cir should vote on the membc rship of the committee and money that we think A Co. sap hews admmutra. __ Ivae "t M. G.

cuits of not less than 60,000 inhabitants each. The old other matters pertainingWe thereto. We will vote NO 1s and UMMCeeaartly take it from the bent..'!lave.spent" iaerease ties oppocitkm to a steel l Pr1c I I1:1 IOp-Nws: SpWh Sahrl.y. Nyl"Tie; .- l./' --- ...- SNP'
Ray rBMf .t lhe W..hoC'II
cares a ... i. Mevme" H. ..
law set the number at 16. Our growth make it man. sincerely hope thi at this will help you to get( and give It to "have nots" thatneed term downtrend. bat he look 1130;:::45- ... N..... b. Wfr beacH" Tracy S.terl..y

datory to increase the courts. Our vote : YES. these Amendments in your mind. We also hope that i it It so. much" This U our.Soelall.m. for significant buying to rome Usle.wq"_C+i/esCh.a. Jtf
AMENDMENT ELEVEN Additional Methodto will help you to cast a fa ster ballot. We are glad to in the at Dow-Jonec around :the industries 155 i I". ,"I t In. ..4 ere .bj.d Ir.:':'w thaqu..".4..,.. .; ;;. "./-';-sib LLdsr".F. .e'r art
:4\ *rage .t
This Amendment have been of to Mrs Chu r Demlng N". ap.bc,; aey rims. n. Daily N.we-Qi.
Constitution. service u. .. eM
Revise Amend the yo .d rs lI.t akast.
or tided Its M.ea. etl.ld' i:: rsse,.1. Is' NNrem

t I

.&.1 .-- -4Friday


Presbyterian 'Awake' ReportTo Lions Hear Real Estate Susan SnivelyContinued Glaucoma, Test

( Prom Page One)

Benevolences Citrus Be GivenTo men Talk By BerryLake Class Set At and shnwt ed 1 away shows on with In the surrounding)lop Sunshine honors Circuit areas.at all- Given To 193

The market for a recently t The attractive 14 \earoldUenlson

introduced flavored Alfred Lions nub hoard Junior HI I R h School
Raised $$3,000 synthetic beverage wflllM du William Berry of Winter Haven y Junior CollegeA ninth.grader Is considered l one of At Lake AlfredA

cussed s>s one of the featuresof last evening in a discussion of ... the most poised accomplish

the first annual Citrus Business the Liberty Amendn .nt, which \ new class In real <. ''at.will ed riders In the business. She la total of 193 persons wen
Benevolences adopted by the I a heady rider end has the
he said "Is confidence
an attempt to get the
Conference scheduled by begin at Polk Junli i Col.| examined at the Glaucoma
congregation of First PresbytetUn the Florida Citrus Commission states to approve returning our |It'Ke Wednesday, Nov 18, *. to go with her outstanding Clinic held In Lake Alfred Lions

Church will Increase for Nov. 910. national government to constitutional r routing, to James E. I II).i Is, ability. She Is considered a fine CMmouse yesterday, and foul

HjBeo in 196S for a total of The report, to be made by government.He ... lran of the evening r, I erg,. of horsewoman handling horses.with a den knack were listed as "suspects." and
".868. according to the Rev. A class which started "a. advised to see a physician .n o
Blfd said >" beginning -
Robert W oe. president over 10,000 groups ,,
I Jeetes R Blackwood. pastor of Marketing Strategy, Inc. of are working toward this, in all y : .i of this semester II1"ad The National Horse Show the their first opportunity.

I for the states, and that Wednesday evening, with 21) s ilints nation's biggest, will begin Tuesday
evaluation It
The combined budget Detroit will be a market really
Van Brian chairman
d sireufully eompleim, the and end week later H. M. ( ) ,
means the national
benevolence and operating expenw of the synthetic product governmentIs .. mirse. sM that several people asked

will be $110,080. "Awake" manufactured by to do allowed only those in the things specifically *...; The Instructor for the ii i ht- Susan's main event,tbt..lta. lee Mid received blanks to mi
General Foods. week course is Attorns li tion class, will be held next Set. out l.c donation of their eyes
I percentage devoted to General Manager Homer E. Wheeler or WIMef Havtn.CUvs.. urday and Sunday. In between, at death to the North Florida

benevolence as compared Hooks declared that the com President James Telford pre NANCY ESTES DCBBIi: CARMICHAI.L: es meet from 7 to 10 p.m. she will compete in the Three- Bye Bank for Restoring sight

i wkh that for current expenseas mission believed this study to sided. each W.,lnoi-t..,. Gaited Class showing Mildred Inc, at University of Florida

kept rising three yean in be a very important topic for The course I* design) for Atoms< ; and In the Five-Galled Hospital and Clinics Gaines

a row. ence "Reports of this descrip- Van The Brian club on heard the glaucoma a report from cline Two Winter Haven High p Tons dosirtag to pass the Class showing Stepping Stone ville.

This year it is 28.5 per cent. discussion during the confer ic. Florida resJeeUtaextin< and lor Approximate) 23 or 30 girls Brian captained, > that more

Next year if the congregation lion give the Florida citrus Industry Two visitors were present anyone who needs to know real are expected to compete. In the and more people are beeom

I i raises the budget that has a very good Idea of the from neighboring towns School Students HonoredTwo estate law In who Ms business, such Equitation Class They are the tog Interested In this vr
sort of competition we face in as persons buy proper t (orbusinesses top riders In the United Status
been voted on it will be 30.T worthy cause, and he has more
per cent. maintaining our markets for highways.For nrights of way (or Ml qualified by winning a medalevent forms, should anyone In the area

This is in line with a policy citrus fruit and products" seniors at Winter Haven mended students together In shows sanctioned by the be interested In helping re'orasomeone's ,
Senior School have been constitute about two anyone wishing to enrollIn American Hors Show Associa ,
A survey of a competitive AgriBusinessContinued High percentof sight
adopted by the Session. the class the
is $10.
product represents a new approach honored for their high performance all high school lenlon.Till. lion
Those lnterte>ted should contact Nruses Mrs. Dennis and
on the National Merit certainly signifies noteworthy Betty
moving in marketing researchfor ( From Page One)
Harris at Folk Junior In the Fifth Imperial Folk
Scholarship Qualifying Test accomplishment, by all these College, Mrs. Helen Birch from the Polk
third the total budget for benevolence the Commission, Hooks production county in the state given last spring. bright young people. Barlow, from I to 10 p.m. any Charity Horse Show held here County Eye Clinic In I akeland

said for agriculture and Is considered Each student who endorsed "We urge the commended weekday The phone number in last Jan. IB to Feb. 3, Susan gave the examinations for glaucoma -
The conference on of the In the Bartow is, 5814141FRUIT five blue ribbons,
First Presbyterian Church two-day one greatest by his school receives a formal students to make every effortto picked up )plus and local women assisting
wide variety of citrus marketing nation," said the speaker.He numerous second, third and
will support denominational a Letter of Commendation signed attend college, and to develop were Mrs II.M. Brian, Mrs,
boards, including National subject Is open to the pointed out that In 1830 by his principal and the president to the fullest their promise SHIPMENT fourth place ribbons Sam DsVlto I t Mrs, Johnny

Missions World Mission, and public. there were one billion peopleon of the National Merit Scholarship of MUff achievement. By Dally earl<*tlnp (In boxes) SIll continued her fine performances Hutchlnson and Mrs Norman
the earth last year there from the Fruit and Vegetable In the recent All. Boyle.
Christian Education. Corporation.C. doing so they will benefit both
3.5 billion and In Amateur and Quarter HorseShow
Synod causes will includenew were year H. Ortt, the school's principal themselves and the nation. Inspection Division .
2000 It is expected that there with five first place ribbons
church development support William Hughes has announced that the The National Merit Scholarship By rail, 4.015lraJlefrultI,531 Horne M tta oxOn
will be 6 billion. In the three day show. In-
443 ,
olumpu. ministries and commended students are Corporation gives recognition oranges, murrotts, by bout,
The problem of feeding this eluded was the EqulistlonsaMR.
the retirement home in Lake. Deborah Carmichael, daughterof to two groups of students 1,43d grapefruit, 9 oranges; by TV
great horde and making the level Seat Championship won this SundayMallory
Mr. and Mrs.Samuel B. Carmichael who achieve high scores on the truck, 38,0(14 grapefruit 3IU
land. of nourishment high enough for event In a duel with Kathy Bthe
benevolence will be Dies At Age 81William of 801 13th Court, NE, NM3QT. The Semifinalist group oranges" Bt tangerines, Ml mur. Home, speaker of
Local decent living is going to haveto ridge of harms, another fine
administered by the Board of be solved."In and Nancy Estes, daughter of Is composed of the highest- cots; 43,511 grapefruit, competitor. the house, and Rep. Raj Mitt< \'
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Estesof scoring students In each state II,'lIS oranges, 31 tangerines, of Winter Haven will
Deacons Polke Hughes 81. 1800 one worker raised Susan has been a consistent appeal
1328 N. Lake Otis Dr. and In U. S. territories. Some 1,087 murrotts for a shipping. on Channel 13 Sunday night at
"There are three encouragIng of 107 Shelby St., Auburndale enough food for two people. In total of 70,350\ boxes.Cannery winner In the events she will
John M, Stalnaker, president 14,000 Semifinalists take a second 9 to the
30pm present peopleof
will meet at home aftera 1900 one worker raised enough compete In at Madison SquareOard..n. ;
signs that we died Wednesday
of the National Merit Scholarship examination to establish receipts, 61,434
the state their reasons t tl"
11 and 1960 he However the Equitation
food for people in
our benevolence challengenext long illness.He Corporation, said; "Let further their eligibility\ to become grapefruit, 31.322 oranges for a .. public! supporting Sen. Oarr
Clans the event she la
raised for 23 n pointing
enough people,
year," the pastor said was a native of Texas tare of Commendation are beIng Finalists and to receive cannery total of UM bates mldwater tin president
with Little FliMloasher
said the for and
"First we have a minimum and had lived in Auburndalesince speaker.In awarded to 36,000 students consideration for Merit Schol ,
closing McCowan said thatit !mount, she III lI xpe< tt>"i r"i >
goal and we are moving steadiiy 1925. throughout the country In recognition arships.
NEW YORK Harlem rent
Is our forward looking people score a lot of points
%, toward it. Second we have He was a member of the who think about the production of their outstanding performance The commended students strike leader Jesse Grey prats.Ing SIIOP IN INTER IIAVEN

1 come through the thin turn- First Missionary Baptist problems in respect, on the qualify tog test. were among the high school a new organisation of ar.

mer months in the best financial Church of Auburndale and a create research every laboratories as We wish to call attention In this juniors In approximately 17,000 chltects seeking to help the civ. For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139

shape the church has retired fruit dealer. well as go Into the fields, to lie way to their high academic schools who took the last last 11 rights movement In Its fight

known this time of year. He it survived by one sure that everything Is done to achievement. March The test is a three- against slum.

Third, the addition of 35 new daughter Mrs. Ruth Hart of help feed Americans and the "Although they did not reach hour examination that covers! "Make th- ulidio a place r
the status of semifinalists In five separate areas of educational -
where people want to Itt.
members in the past few Auburndale: four sons Alex world better.
the current Merit Program, development. It was the .
weeks, with more to come, attests and Drew Hughes, both of The speaker was Introducedby Mako It a via" where whlt <
they are very capable students first step In the tenth annual Will rhn.so' I, 11'OltS'i wren, 1 '
the vitality of a church Lakeland Felton Hughes of Dr. George Hunter. "g.1HIt'1I .
The Semlflnallsts and Com- Merit Program Bagwell Building R"'R ;
Supply :
that prays and thinks beyond Auburndale and Jake Hughes Ben Thomson Introduced be the "ij" '11 ">'' open '"<.

itself" of Gordon Ala.. one balf-li. guests from over Florida. wellas 1'(letv s.i'ic

ter Mrs Caudie Hughes of from Missouri, Vermont and Soviets Told GOP ClaimsContinued

Pansy Ala.: 13 grandchildren Illinois The Interact Clubm.I1I' 7lt
GoldwaterContinued and seven great grandchildren. ber guests were Burton Hitch. (Continued Fiom Page! One) ( From Page/ One OPEN TONITE 8
cock and Dan Griffith Jr. Notes
resentment! when he suspended depends upon responsibility up.
( From Page One) Services were to be held to. and Comments were given b)' Bill scheduled Income tax cuts two on reason" he add
Ortt and Bill SVmanton Introduced
steps of escalation that If h.doesn't day at 3 p m In the First Mis Rotarians with birthdays years ago, Thursday night in Phlladel.phla .
-At the of 70 he
age ,
decide to pull out we'llbomb sionary Baptist Church with L. B. Anderson Jr., lave a beginning to show some of the Johnson replied to Gold.water's .
something else..so, we'llclose the Rev. W W. Watson pastor report on a special meeting held cult" tendencies earlier criticism of
"personality :
e' the roads whether the officiating over the weekend for Rotary of.acids. which Soviet citizens associate churchmen who have endorswlthe :

If Chinese do It voluntarily or we Entombment will follnw at ( The meeting was held In with Josef Stalin to President's candidacy "I I
' easy
have to do It. Auburndale Memorial Park. St. Petersburg. Paul Simmons anger, Intolerant of the opinions not only don't condemn th.m- e / / e7r

The Interview obtained by Funeral arrangements are reminded member that the annual of others.It I thank dad for their courage,"

Mill Trude Feldman and re. by Kersey Funeral Home turkey shoot for the members was believed that similar Johnson said
corded on tape, dealt with other
of Rotary In Polk County
areas of concern, Including civil [President Johnson would be held at Camp Rotaryon explanations of Khrsehchev'sdismissal Both vice presidential randU

rights, the need to debate Is. in a speech on the dangerand Nov. 11. were being offered dates were In the Far West to. HanclKnitS .

sues and aid to other countries.The horror of a nuclear wan Dana Baxter announced an In- foreign! Communist leaders by dey. Democratic Sen. HubertH ALL
the Kremlin rulers
Interview carried In new party Humphrey started off In Po. 'BlendsFABULOUS
"One reckless impulsive move ter-aervlce club golf match to beheld hatr
chief Leonid
I. Brethnev and
four parts In the Citlzen.News of a single finger could Incln. on Nov 12 at the Lake He- rstello, Idaho charging in a M
Premier Alexd JLL
N. Kosygtn. '
concluding toda. crate our civilization." glob Yacht and Country Club _. : ._ prepared speech: that Coldwalnr _// .' "
---- They won the nrsl rmatd in wanted to get the United States

course their campaign for support Into of tire'
a game "welear chlrk.en"
President George Mulllns an.
Thursday when a French Com. VALUE
that would leave
the SovietUnion t I
nounced that next week J, W. munist delegation went home,
Whltaker had secured W. S. announcing satisfaction with no choice between surrender

Stephenson, community' relations and total war.
EXPERIENCEAND the explanations An Italian del.

co-or ll.iator for American option was continuing t a I k I Humphrey Mid that (..,1 l'),'. "
Cvanamld Company as the main here and SoUet bloc leaders
water apparently does run t t. 998FROSTED
speaker were expected to rollow It. alias that netttwr side ran 11.11,

H such a game, He said it ,n,,,is> l A \

end la "a hmetakwe death, ,n.i, '
j (New York Stock Report both players The Mint' SH.,

SENIORITYHAVE senator aloe planned "I n h,,, I DUO-TONES

stops I. Oregon Mid Was',; v' >
NJW: YORK (t'PIMidday Johns Manvlile 53'1 state
CiAINEDSPESSARD J stock Kenrcott Cower 921. '
L.HOLLAND Alabama Gas 37'/1 KOI'fI8r. Co 5I% Repubklcem nominee \\ I III.) SELECTION

,. American Can Co 43". KrOier Co. 3I'A.. E. Miller berMtormH i- > in ltalx

American: Motors Ie Liggett. Myers Tobacco ,,1/4 the West, scbedttllnc hnaf ''> t OF MANY OTHER STYLES

'merlean Sugar toy, Lorl1lard Tobacco 44'1 >i>e.rs c. In Cedar MTIa
American UT Beth Louisville Li Nashville 11% Utah, I* ** fttag on i iMeMco % x seal IN BANLONS .

American Tobacco 30% MOIItlllto Chemical 111,. s4 Oklahoma
Anal onda Copper M,* Montgomery Ward 424 BULKY ACRYLIC MIXTURES
an appointment as a member of major Senate Babcock A Wilcox 3O% National on-m 411" 'I'IMIIoHa t11gM in Sal,'5 I ,".
Borden Foods 71'" PlralllOlMt Pictures H% bars, Calif., Miller rrl' i I' ytbeslalge
committees three of which are of particular CARDIGANS or SLIP-ONS
lie J e41/ appfaae w r 'V
Burlington C. Peavey
importance to Florida and to you as one of its o
Chesapeake and Ohio 71114 PeemeytemO RaIlroad 421/i charged the Demoerin >.. > >

citizens. Chrysler Corp M% P..I Cola AoHUIII HCoca.cola "tat and tax through
HOLLAND IS A MEMBER OF: Co. I30% PIIIUp Merits '71114 ewlty system aril t,rlimoney (' 3

I Colgate.Palmottve Co 4S% PWme Petroleum ql" to Washing rter"I, S
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY COMMITTEEA Cone Mills 11% P pebllc .Bled. 4'71" they really know how \to *p.ri>i TO l.tIGIRLS'

very important committee where Florida Is con. Continental Can 1114 3leynolds Tobacco 41 It."

cerned. This committee has the major responsibility Curtiss Wright lI..rd Air U. II

in determining the nature, scope and Douglas Aircraft 30% Sears Moeberk 121

;I amount of expenditures/ in Florida in support of Vow Chemical 7114 NeeIalr MAalag 111,4 Adlai To Quit
cattle VII Pont I'It aansy Mo .1 34'II
involving timber citrus sugar ,
activities : Our ta.ter..Air Uses 3'7'11 Seetberu Ceutpa y e4 (Continued From Page Oneigetion
and agricultural production of all kinds. Eastman Kodak 1364 IeMtkn N...e.1 OM Se 1,4 s SWEATERS
assures us a voice in the proceedings to r ture Comment
seniority ford Motor Co. let Beuleem 3 .Heey 41
of the Agriculture and Forestry Committee in General Electric Sperry Real 14 laftaence by peaceful" eosjawti.
with the matters of importance to Florida. !!! .asdaN 011 t M7 U so, that is precisely
dealing: General Motors
I iii whet we ban been ..... /
General Telephone IMedebakec
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE-This commit Georgia Pacific CorP. 80% Tesase Bee. Stevenson said he was "Inv. 39 598LARGE

tee administers Fedenl funds and has major Goodrich Robber 61 Dales Carbide Carp lit petlent" with "spostles of In. toe

defense installations : -M11 V" Pipe who
responsibilities such as Goodyear RnlDet III stall victory" "may
,! public buildings highways rivers, harbors airports Gull on Cory. 554 U.I. Rubber N preach against he.*, but who SELECTION Of

flood control maintenance and expansionof Illinois Central It 11,3 .lied Its;. 'lmand that wt eeeet ew sup. COLORS AND STYLES

activities centering around Cape Kennedy. I International Harvester I1lh'" arn.r BrOIl. Pictures III% [>rr! rif th* United NbttoM; who WASHABLE ORION BLENDS
! Interl"btllllca' Corp. l3 Western UnIon Jll,1I irniii that w. show ear leader. V

COMMITTEE Every citizen of International Metal I4J. W..tlnrtIJUI' I I..trtr 43lMernaHnut ,' II'! lout who cry: GIlt against r
SPACE W Woolw'r'h "
I 1'1 a. "f'I MpertUsft foreign policy.
Florida knows the Influence the space procr.mhas MEN'SSWEATERS
-- "-
has It benefitedthe - - -
had upon Florida. Not only

area around Cape Kennedy; it has also poured i ,, wry

;/ millions into Florida's economy and win continue

to pour additional! millions. It is Important to an

Floridians that we preserve the seniority that gives 3" 898

SbessardI L Holland a seat on the Aeronautical l

I and Space Science Committee whose prim o
it h to administer to an matter
) In the IpIe fi.ld. wallsas. L. sl..r Boys' Sizes 3.99 to 5.98

FeW ........ a,..+..+r FeW tun y STATE
masse L ...... Tr'.,. tar can. RlPRE8ENTATIVE r a PULLOVER AND CARDIGAN STYLES







4.Fridey .

October 3(


Illllr 11111e
Winter Haven Daily News-Chief AlmanacBy

Letters To The Editor
W E. RYNERSON Editor.P.*I sh.r Project AlertBy United Press Interna i d "
JOHN W. RYNERSON ,,,,,.tont t. tho Publ.ihtr Today is I rlday, O t t. 'il c .
304th day of 1964 with G: II '
P.kl..t. .Uy U.ctpt Saurd.yby ih. Wmtar H.van Deer Editor: pay, or living alone or with children yet to come. We Just '

PuMI.Hi.qC._ Inc, 12* 3rd Strt.t, NW, Winy.r Haven, Florid. Florida voters on Election us to be able to receive the cannot afford to throw away Uw MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Ret. low The moon Is approai r,\Ilr!
will make choice which virtues that made our country
Day a payments in future She
CHARLES SOSHOftN &....,.1 Mange new phas
vitally affects the college chose marriage She receiveda great It Is so much easier The morning stars ar .

JACK BEAHAN ......,. Edger, eduction of their children and total of $280 at the time of to destroy than to build. Analyst ter, u man__ and \1&.....iu..... j"'
the future welfare of our State Integrity is one thing we cannot think My knowwltlch
my father death. Is this honesty BEFORE Starts and they The evening stars are JUI'I", ,
PETER J SULLIVAN Advrtumg M.n.gti We refer to the Board of Regents afford to be without u head of YOU PULL THE candidate will give them
or Is it a con game* LBVBM and Saturn.On .
I NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE Amendment (No. 2) to the State I am divorced with two our great country THWKI tile most Sid, iM the last this day in history :
Sh.nno 1 I Aiioci.t.i, Inc Chic.go III, Constitution F. G. W. trouble in achieving their goal
daughters who are almost of "1ft those days tore were no a choice. In Itt9, heavy 1'llIn.s! ";
Ralph McDonald In the do have
studyof ,,|
Enttr d ., Legend CUtt Mill "' .".' Sp i, 1424 .t Ik* tad Offco hither education In Florida, legal age. If I do not live to kings (leaders) in Israel: every y desire you to promote Communism served on the New York Sty,:
Dear Editor .
.n W.M.I H...., Flar.1., ends oct.f March I, i 1174 made In 1963, stressed that "In the age to receive Social Se- Politically speaking, I've man did that which was right If you vote for the man they Exchange of the following day before 11 e ..

.... no other state does the state's curity payments, where will read enough from your paper to In his own eyes" Judge, are for. K you wish the American plunge In 1938. actor Orson

/ v *. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU governing board for Its highereducation my money go? To my family know how you stand, whose aide 21.10. Is this not so today? way, and to promote caused a national panic u 11'11',, .
Before 1Ir
"lI'ITt: .have such No for after the girls are Christ was led to the and freedom to en-
; Of CIRCULATIONS system you are on, and the ones that cross, Pontius Pilot, prosperity radio dramatisation of Jn ,ir
weak status government, such of not receivea procuratorof vote for the man they *
they alu
;..... age can you're again Judea stated "I can find no ) slon of New Jersey i 1\, r,
an uncertain role of leadership cent I have to little faith Me being a working" man all don't IlkYt *. Mars.
fault with this just man". Yet, watches from
such fluid membership God who
MEMBER that I will ever receive Social my life, or Since I was a boy of the cried out \ there la a In 1941, a German sul n, ,
many people dr
Activ M.mb.r PRESS INTERNATIONAL .as Is found In Florida" around 18 old move we make. As
Security that I have denied years "crucify him!" He was cruel every torpedoed and sank a I.s, \..
NATIONAL EDITORIAL fh. United Pr... u ......d' to h. uito He also emphasized the need, myself things now that I can derstands my financial situations "pull the lever" next Tuesday val although
fled. Ever since mankind has destroyer, L
ASSOCIATION : u.blluti.n of all!! loco I n.wt pnnl keenly felt by faculty and students and physical conditionany each of ui has a conscience and .
invest in legitimate insurance at war.
a not
been asked If yet
to the price was
od i. thli ntwtp.p.r .t wall 1464. we
where I can they did not and In 1948, an Army
"v ewe Ditp.tch.t minimizing the Influence of politics company I champion, sup lone vote might well ownd the transp
passing on some
have protection upon retiring port his teachings, and the mem great na from Germany arrived m v,
on higher education. knell of our
true facts that I have truthfully "death
ADVERTISING DEADLINE and also know that what ever ory of this great, good and just our York City with the first r..',
CLASSIFIED C1PARTMENT Approval of Amendment Two experienced to you, and sincerely tlon" If we do not
By the Word S PM. Previous: Day By th. Inch: ) P,M. Pr.viout Day. will permit members of the is there would go to my family hoping a man of your God man, Jesus Christ, the Son of Constitution, do not cast a vote pees to arrive Persons In the U.S, unit,

legal Not'c.s.: 5PM. Pr..iout Day Sunday Edition Dt.dlii .: Friday, board governing our public uni- Integrity will see the light the against the forces of evil, corruption the Displaced AnA ,
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: versifies to be appointed for Frankly, I am lick of the right way, and pass it on to the Today, the forces of Satan are and appeasement to the

Sunday Ed,t on-1 P,M. Thurid.y: Monday Edit on-1 P.M. Friday: staggered terms of nine years joke called Social Security, many hundreds of people again at work trying to crucify enemies of God, and our great thought for the dayf: cars.

Tu.iJty Edition-Noon Sjturd.y, W.dmid.y, Thursday and Friday rather than the current four. If it must be, let it be voluntary throughout Winter Haven, who Senator Goldwater upon the Republic.To er American President j0t
Ed.t 01,-1 F .M. Two O.yi in Adv.nc. cross of FREEDOM, with untruths Conservative Adams said: "The happiness ?
After the Initial appointments, or return to the Invest read your dally paper. the many courageous
distortions, In effort to society Is the end of .
M."nbr Southern N..p.P.' Publnh.rt Atioci.t vacancy for one one board member ers or their heirs exactly what First let me say, Just because Indoctrinate the that"Ev Democratic Republican ment." goner
Mtmb. Flottd, Prtu Allocution would be filled each year. they invest no more or no my parents were Demo men and women who have
ery thing Is so lovely and peaceful --------
It usually takes a governing crats, or Republicans Is no sacrificed so much to Informour
TELEPHONE CYP'." 1.1141 I less Most American. are not throughout our nation". It Is the TOP RACKET
board of the perils our
member several reason that I should be what citizenry
too stupid to take care of same old copied Communist pro LONG BEACH, Calif
to become at home and abroad, ip:
years fully faces
acquainted they were, as thousandsfeel nation
many '
with the special nature of themselves, even though we this cedure. Every thing the Republican fear not. With heads up and Billy Jean Moffltt mix "
way I'
A For have been told this .. long ai and Democratic Conserva ranked
Thought Today"And higher education problems. In rye always been taught that a shoulders back you can face your the top U S wom,
I remember I think it is live people quote or say "Is
tennis ,
recognition of this, four-fifths can friend in need Is a friend indeed fellowmen with confidence and player appeared it,
about time we get some one untrue or a lie". Every thingthe "In tournaments, the W) ) ,, I
of the states have terms of and the Democrat party pride In remembering, as tir
lie (God) has put all things under his tenure for periods longer than In the office of President of has been mine, yours, and millions left wing One-Worll Demo the days of Noah" many would Cup and Federation Cup ir 15:

(Chrwt'i) feet, and gave (appointed) Him to be head four years. For example, the United States who has of more friends ever ..InceHoover's cratic"Is the Socialists unvarnished quote truth"or. say not listen to the warning of and compiled a .851 peter '" I
faith Inhe ability of the did. winning 40 of 47 mate:he,
Regents of the University of administration was God and you
over all things to the Church, which is His body, the California are appointed for American citizen Barry Gold ended. So many people are saying"I

fullness of Him feM ftlleth all in all." A'ph,1.22.23 terms of 16 years water Is that person I remember all the Big Banks within know our something government is but wrong I do

The hands which we outstreached in agony on the The University of California Mrs Jcac: Rig: end smaller ones and other Institutions of higher and taking every cent that our
brainwashed to think that
cross, now sway a universal scepticDr. education In which board members = foreparents had worked hard to
Dear wrong Is right and right is
Albeit L. Carnett serve for long terms and save.I WFLATV WFTV-TV WTVTTY
usedto WOIOTVCk
? Have we become so
After over three decades of wrong
political control Is at a mini- also remember Mr Wood- and tolerent of misbehavior ."..l t Channel! I Chan**) Cho..1 II
with what has
mum have attained a peak of experimenting roe Wilson, whose administration .elected CIS SIC A 1C CIS
been called deals and among some of our un
academic excellence, Let us many started the 8 hour law, so OdoedeTempe Orlando Tamp
other such names and now the governmental officials, soreadyto

News Chief Editorials strive Florida.for a similar goal In that great we society start is to It review not about historyand time couldn't that the work big the business daylights man out fQrglve of gentleness and forget and Irresolu to a degree Friday NIGHT Oct. 30_

Those who favor achieving of a man and not give his tired to
see where we are and also tlon to where we are willing
a superior system of higher what made this country body any rest until they said It accept loss Of freedom independence 100: -N.wi N.wi, Sports, ABC N.wi P.I,. New
Maybe This Will Help education In Florida are encouraged ? great was enough. and liberty and have t:IS-Sporti, W'thtr Weather New, W.tth.r Seer, Wtkn
to vote for Amend- 4:;30-CBS New NBC New Th. Bi g Movie CBS New
of ment Two. It Is listed on voting Our forefathers left their I remember Mr Koosevelt, become Incapable of survivingIn i 45-CBS News NBC N.wi "Th* Violent CBS N,,,.
You have 13 Amendments to the Constitution! machines as "Terms of Office home lands and friends and who had grace, and love enough a Jungle world? : ____

Florida to vote upon at the polls Tuesday. We have Created by the Legislature"Cecil started out for a very distant about him to pave away throughto Millions are deaf to anything 7:00-Ltgtnd;' of toe OH'c. M.n Th. Rifltmin
Senator Goldwater says. Yet, In 'Lav. M. Glenn Faro! Th. Rifltmin,
land of wilderness and great Social Security, and all other 7:IS- Wy.tt E.rp
made what we consider a thorough study on those and N. Smith problems that necessitated tre- pensions, that the elderly would terestlng enough, events are rap- 7:30-R.wh d. T.nd.r B. St.nwyck Rawhide
President, U of F Chapter, "confirming" much that he Elvu Pr.il.y E. G. binion Rawhide
Idly R.whid.
have also incorporated the thinking of the League American Association of menduous courage Why did they have something to live on after 7:45-
has been
Women Voters to answer the questions on how to vote University Professors leave their home land? Was It they became too old to work While saying.publlcally preaching -Uo-R.: hid. Debra Po.t The Biq Movie Rawhide
not to get away from big government more. Richard The Big Movie Rawhide
any S-R.whid. Egan
Here it is of vote the phase but coexistence" with the
course you way you and the many restrictions "peaceful :30-Th.: Bob Hope Addamr Family The
be sure to cast your ballot Dear Editor: ? Was It not so that they Againalong comes Mr. West, the Kremlin Is secretly ':45- Eot.I.i.... Theatre AddamFamily Enlertanen;
Perhaps Mr. Tanner shouldsee Goldwater, who has made his shipping large amounts of arms -
could be free men and have an
AMENDMENT ONE Apportionment of the another side of Social Security to their barrel full from the harvest of to the Mediterranean Island of 1:00-The: Bob Hope Valentine's Day The
opportunity develope
Florida Legislature. This would put into the Constitution Mr Tanner Is very talents without limitation of big his Democrat friends, and wantsto Cyprus forces of pro Soviet 1:15-I Entertainer Th..t VI.etine'e Day Ent.rt.ion

the plan agreed upon by the 19G1 Legislature! lucky to live and receive his"investment" government? Was It not also to tear things up, like they once Archbishop Makarios Russian, to military be followed '1:30-Gamer::"S- USMC Pyle Jock JahBonny Benny 12 Hih O'Clock Gamer- USMC Pyl
Not all people, was soon! by
t be able to worship God as they
However, the Supreme Court says this: won't do HO why training missions, the sane, pat.
nor their families, are that wished? They paid a tremen- Oo-Th.' : Reporter Jack Per 12 O'Clock The Repo
waste our time and money on doing a poor job at this "lucky". Thousands have their duous price for this. It was pas- lie doesn't even care whether tern as happened in Cuba 10:1 S-Th. Reporter Jack Pur High The Repn5e
vour children, my children, or before to ,,, '
Every voter going 0:30-Th.' Reporter Jock Par F., ., The R.portx
time Our vote : NO. money stolen from them yearly sed on to us. anybody's children an education
gets the polls should look carefully 10"S-Th.: Reports Jock Pair Daughter The RepvteI
Today, we have one party that
AMENDMENT Teinmof Office for or not in the looking glass and ponderhis
is headed up by Senator Gold- New, Spt. Wtr NewOns N.wi. Seri
Normally when a person Invents of I 11 :00-N.wi
those positions> a rated! byj) the Legisla ure This) dials In insurance, stocks, water that is attempting to stop He doesn't even care whetherthe or her national state and ignorance interna I MtlS I -Sp.rti, Wlh.r Political E'tor .1, W'th.r W'Ih.r f l"">

with increasing the term of office of Jr number of the bonds, property or savings of this present trend of big Government old, and disabled gets Social concerning tlonal events. This might leadto t 11 I :30-Tht.tr. el Tonight Show Shock Theatre Shock TWIt
and Its destruction of Security, or Welfare or not, 11 :45- the Stare Tonight Show Shock Theatre Shock Tbitn,
Board of Regents from the present four years to nine any kind, this money upon the Ambition, Initially and resourcefulness or any other kind of a pensionas less cocksureness about certain -.

years staggering! tin |periods so that m mbers do not their death would go to their of our citizens far as that concerned lust Issues especially Senator Saturday MORNING Oct. 317:0oGow.
il ixlal Security
Golwatllr'i s'l UII i
the heirs or whoever they might Darry Goldwater Is one of the so It Isn't him that suffers. ___ _
get off all at once. We fed that this is updating choose. But nowith Social He has stated over and
few men that we have seen In ... The e Red Ryde.
control of schools of education and that it is It's the elderly people of over he supports Social Security, :
higher father into
our Security My paid National Politics that Is not who have made and 7:1 5- Almanac Bruce Show Him, Red Ryd"
yesteryears has voted to strengthen
taking it out of politics to a great extent. It used to boa Social Security from the timeIt evasive, does not employ built our great economy of Social always Security, and believes. 7:30-0n. Way The Uncle RD N,d. Red Ryd"
started until his death In "double talk" In answering a 7"S-: Mirror Bruce Show Florida Red Ryd"
political plum. Oui vote: YES. America today, and it's the cial Security Is a good thing
of 61, question. His candor is refreshIng -
October 1958 at the
AMENDMENT THREE Use of Motor Vehicle age young people-your children, and What more could any voter ask OO-MiI.: Mayor The Uncle Ramn 0' Superman
My mother being several Ills honesty above susplc with 15-10.4, ..,
mi children along every for? : Meyer Bruce Show the Jungle Superman
License Revenue Fur School Purposes Ue have always yean younger could not re Ion.This one else's children, who will What the voter doesn't know Io-Mit.: Mayer The Uncle Superman Wally Gatos

felt that the money collected for gasoline, license! ceive Social Security payments citizens Is can one not election afford that to take our keep this great economy movingto may be everything. Or It maybe 1:45-Muter. Mayo. Bruce Show _Supermen W.lly G..,

A few yean later she build America, still greater nothing. But the voter who real .OO-AI.in Show Circa. Shaw
plates, anything! doing with motor vehcle: transportation lightly Surely we cannot afford Boy Maier Mercury Alvin
had the choice of companion- to vote without first for tomorrow. Uei his possible Ignorancewill /:1 IS-AI.in Show Circa Boy Major Mercury Alvin Show
on an Individual basis, should be used/ on our roads: ship her age through marriage checking be a more careful manor '::30-T........ Hector Major Mercury T..OI'
what we are voting for It Is onetime The man depends
and highways, NOT in our schools. This should forcea and sacrificing what my to place country before the poor and laboring class to woman when he PULLS THE f,45Tua.de H.'hc.t. Major Mercury T..d.

reorganization of the entire tax structure, which is father had earned and had partisan politics, It Is time to make him a profit to live on LEVER. A humble vote Is apt 10.00-O.ic k Dow Underdog Shenanigan. Quick D"wIONS
than vote
to be sounder a reg
had Illegally taken from his think of our children and the hand save- and the poor and Laboring McGraw Underdog Shenanigans McGraw
of date. We voteNO,
woefully out istered In hatred or arrogance.
class depends on the 10ICl-Miqht: Mouce Fireball XL.S Annie Oakley M"hl" Mouse
AMENDMENT FOUR Use of Stale School provides a better method for revision of either the business man for our living- Man people do not know (unless IOA5-M_ ,ghty Moue. Firbill XL.S Annie Oakley Mighty Mouse11:00Lieu
they' listen over radio durIng
Fund for Capital Outlay. Here again we think that whole Constitution or portions of it. If adopted by a therefore we none can travellite' the wee hours of the morn. The Dennis The N-; Casper Gnu The

this money should be placed in a different category( '. 35ote of both houses, the proposal would lw submitted others. Journey alone without each hag to Communist broadcasts) I II:15- Lio.h..rt.d M.nce Cartoons Lio.h"rt.dI
help. I:30-Th.I Jet,.,,, Fury Bany S Cecil The J.lloo,
It comes from many sources such us the federal government to the electors at the next general election or the We should love our neighborsas or that read the Communist Communist newspapers leaders In, I.5-Th.I : Jet.om Fury B..ny Cecil The J.lloO'

sale of state lands: forfeitures and unclaimed legislature could call for a special election at an earlier ourselves, and do unto othersas Russia, Castro In Cuba, andGus AFTERNOON -

property. nut the amount is small compared to what it date. As mentioned before we fl't'llhllt our Con ye would have them do Hall the top Communist In the

is supposed to be used for. For instance, there are only stitution, adopted in 1885 and revised many times, is unto wouldn't us.be-any in burdens this way on there anyone United against States Senator, are Goldwater all violently The ""::Oo-s.I5-Sky, Kinq King Mack Fo Hi a,.Meyer Buq Bug Bunny Bunny Sky Sky King King

$15 million to be considered! and this won't buy many a jumble that this may be one way in which we can Communist want to spreadCom :30-MV Friend Floid. Hoppily My Friend

buildings or do much equipping We vote : NO. get a complete revision without so much ln"ale on the long' to see the day when we munlsn l all over the UnitedMemories 12:45- Flick ___ Gardenlend Hopper Flich

AMENDMENTS FIVE: AND SIX There are matin We vote : YES.AMENDMENT will all be equally yoked, and I ':00-1' leve Lucy Pre.Game Show M-; :A.lloo College
sincerely urge everyone con- leve Lucy Football Mr, M.oo K.leidoscapa
local bills. The first would allow certain counties! to : TWELVE Distribution of cerned, and who may read this I::30-Ad..ot. Careltei St. American CBS Nave

handle their own affairs al in the County Superintendent "Second Gas Tax" : Extension to January 1, 2018. to get out and vote for the man :45-: Theatre_ f', S. Carelin. Bandstand CBS Neon

of Public Instruction appointments The sec Under the present status our county participates in who has all America, at heart 1:00-Adventeree, Football--- -American; --- Senior Citi"o
the rich as well as the poor, and 20 YEARS AGO 1:1: 5- Theatre Foolb.1I
ond Is approximately the same thing for Taylor County the gas tax collected. We have been able to use it to that man is Lyndon B. Johnson Mn, Mary B. Kyle receiveda 2lo-Ad.: Theatre Football Wrestling B.ndst.nd Political 0" Medicare

We have always felt that home rule should be pi'noticed our great advantage in many instances, even to helping .I, C. Machelson Telegram from the Intern S-Ch.'I.y: Cha Feetbell Wtlinq Sperte R.I

and that it is wrong when we have to go through with primary roads If it is taken away we'll never tonal Red Cross stating that 3.00Theatre F.olb.1I -- Wrestling Ch.mpieehiP: ;
her Second Ueut
son. DavidA. "
the state government before we can get what we wish get it back and would have to fight the big dtie"'ry Dear Editor: Harman was a prisoner of 2ID-Ch.I.y 3l5"Paem.::I Chan. Fo.tb.1I Fo.'b.1I Wtlinq Ch.mraAbP Bowling

for our own county lly the same token we fen I that penny of the way. Our vote would be : YES. At the new 124 Goldwater Head war in Germany _3.45- Theatre Footb.1I Theatre"The L..p.d X Bowling
quarters Central Ave.,
way for other counties. Our vote : YES. AMENDMENT THIRTEEN Change in Ex. we had some cards with a portion Annouuncement 10 YEARS was AGO made of 4.0D-NFL C'.td.w.F- otb.i ----- -M----;; C..tdo..n

from Taxation for School Purposes of Johnson's Jan. 15th 4:15-: Kid.ff Hi.Ti". Klckof4
AMENDMENT SEVEN Continuity of State emption of Homestead the engagement of Mm Lucille Map. t.
and Local Governments in Periods: of Emergency: This in Sarasota County. Again this is a county affair speech the Marxian which sounds ethic of more"From Ilk Landresi of Lake Wale' _4:45to: Kikeff C''down_ ..Hi Hi-Time-Time Theatre D'ni OKaI X C.untdewa t. K ckoff

article sets up a procedure for go\'rnmt'n'\1 onetation They wish to be able to tax for : chool purposesthe each according to his abilityand to Carl Aleck of Winter Ha 5.0G-Ch.pionhi; P.rt.-- WoldI..illht- -
vn Wid.
during a disaster or enemy attack, The Legislaturewould first $2,000 of assessed evaluation of homesttadproptrty. to each according to hisneed" S YEARS AGO 5:15'owlin Wagoner of Sport Insight

be empowered to fill vacancies either electiveor Then the next $5,000 would apply in the enterprise than s plug for the free Jean Knorr was the reigning 5:10-It 1.45-'t.: :a The The Low l.w Jimmy Wide World Political
system L. B. J, Stlckl..d of Sport Claude K'y_
appointive under such sirens, allowing continuationof normal way. Thus those who seem to have the most claims he endorses. Shrine Club Queen

state and local governments. ,'ote'I': S. children would be helping to pay part of the load. Sara- However several citizens NIGHT-

AMENDMENT EIGHT Duties of Commission sota countians have already voted on tins but in our have told us they had read that Wall Street 'OO-W.Id:;: W. I N.w, Spert, Wide World News, Se"ISWerld

er of Agriculture Defined This would relieve the Commissioner archaic way of doing things they have to ask the reel this text"quote and was that"taken President out of Johnson con- :: M..y Happy War I IA/Wa.th.r.reatieaal Jenny.f Sport Qwd Weather 77 Sunset: S'"

from worrying about public land sales, of the counties to verify their vote They votrd yes and was referring to taking from Chaffer :45Rturnr_ Sh.wti",. Jenny Qua 77 S.n.t 51"

immigration and would clear up discrepancies between we are going to vote YES. one Government Bureau to put ::oo-c.-, Fr;. 1..ti.1-One Seep- -77 Su".t s..

the Constitution and the statutes. \\e vote : YES In addition, there is one Polk County referendum, Into another Government Bureau NEW YORK' (t'PI) Ken. : IS: Sheweaee:: Shewyiw. .yo.d 77 Saneotfrs1IO.Jicke

AMENDMENT NINE Authorizing Civil Trialsin on the question of a governor-appointed budget com' fund SifUn neth B at. Smllen Purcell and, Keniwth new 61.erea_ Flipper Nipper Outs Outer Limeo LI"i"( Jackie GI..... _
Graham .
Branch Courthouses in Dade County. Here again mission. This Is No. 14 on the ballot, following the 13 speech.we now The message have the was entire definitely Co. say we now seem to be 11Io A 100 1uka: -- Adventure'- I-- Outer; Limit---Jackie

this is a county affair and they should be given the amendments not taken out of context ttrloff s sew plaaae 0( the boil ItSGleeie.:: M,. Mar.. Out limits Gberee

be ableto As this have There was no reference or latent market UWon .t.'COIIdary .:.t'illr'4" KeotclyJee.. Lawrence Walk' Gittiqaeo
matters. They want to to question we expressed our
right to settle their own with this Idea comf.ri ee take over leedel'lldp l __ K..t.eky J.... L.w..co W.lk 'II.edeoo.ue.

hold civil trials at properly designated places over selves on this one before. It deals. with settingup with bureaus'connecting We have tacked However, they POint ort' : : keadwy "Sehrdey. Ni .-L gene,'Wr6 M-;: gradwe. y

the county rather than having them all at the courthouse of a budget committee to be appointed by the tile 'PHcI1III entirety- -up on Major twit market doe M 1:15-r 1:35-M: ..lIIw.y at she ....dM t..IIC' Weth. ...,. ..drat
and if Governor our bulletin board. Come in and terminate with tae poorer :. .'.. w., "TIo. T..h.... H.Bywed M,. Ina/. ..y
This would certainly speed up Justice create and operate a budget for PolkCounty read it for yourselves You be quality l_cw< IB tile Mccndae _1:45-M,. Iread.ey of tho A. hba M.. Iralvar.

they wish it let them decide it. Our vote : YES. We have no quarrel with such a committee. the Judge. ejr, bat wM tile blue chips IO.OO".GeeemeIe ; --
AMENDMENT TEN Number of Judicial Cir However, we don't want Tallahassee in the act President Johnson said lt .
cuits Provided by the Legislature. This Amendment again we feel l that it is a county affair and that we "We are going to try to take M. Pallet of R.ynoUi i0/S-Gunewele MaAik.. Kye S.yurdiy G..,,,,.'.
all e( the money that we thinkIs !_ M'dea Bree/e Nigke M..ie &..."' ...
A ._
Co. '-
would permit the establishment of as many as 20 circuits should vote on the membership of the committee and sage sews of adnunutra. 1111-Never; : .
wneceesartly beta spell tier Spy.W. .
oMxattton to J.
each. The old other matters thereto. We will a steel prtc I II;,,5-n wd.y N.fht "Tk leaNa.'L Spiu3k. *-**
of not lesa than 50,000 inhabitants pertaining vote NO. and take It from the '"haves iaeresee stay caw a near 11:10- ."*e ".' H."..kW..t.f.

law set the number at 16. Our growth makes it man- We sincerely hope that this will help you to get and give It to "..." nets" that term dovttrMd. hen M* look 11:45- )Ul.( .. ." J-.T1 h., w. huc.. Tacy S.turd.f .
need U so much" This Is owe for stgaifeant trying W C'iticr .. c. J H. N .M M.".
to increase the courts. Our vote : YES. these Amendments in your mind. We alto hope that it to com tH.ry gd

datory AMENDMENT ELEVEN Additional Methodto will help you to cast a faster ballot. We are glad to Socialism In tile al DowvJons around the i xhutru s;; \\f' \el| ln :w r'epa" echedalee .';-;'.->idby the. t..h,i..'.. ',.' ::
sec.age. ;.: : Wic .. .. ..It'itte4 '*
have been of Mrs. ChiS F Demlnc ... wn ii jtn ti_. Tk, Daily Newe-Ck li 2
Revise or Amend the Constitution. This Amendment service you 'w ....,. ec4/d." ; : / ..t '.'_|..bl I. f.f ..r*"r... .M

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ale Real Estate Susan Snively Glaucoma Test

Presbyterian 'Awake' ReportTo Lions Hear ,
(Continued From Page One)

Benevolences Citrusmen Be GivenTo Talk By BerryLake Class Set At amt shows ed away shows on with In the surrounding top Sunshine honors Circuit areas.al all' Given To 13 1?3 3At

The 14 .
attractive searoldDenlson

introduced The market for a' recently flavored Alfred Lions Club heard Junior Junior High I School Lake AlfredA
orange jil&i CollegeA .
Raised ninth grader lscuniiUlere $$3,000 synthetic beverage wflll discussed William Berry of Wi ,Iter Haven the most poised and accomplished
as one of the features last evening in a Its usston of
riders In the business. She is
of the first annual Citrus Bust tile Liberty Amsndii nt, which ,-" lass. in real heady rider and has the contt-
Benevolences adopted by the Conference scheduled by he Mid "1. an attempt to get the t ,ill 1 UM 1'I1I n Polk Junli' o|. examined at the Glaucoma
ness Mince to with her
congregation of Tint Presbytertan states to go outstanding Clinic held In Lake Alfred Lions
approve returning our 1 loll, W.'lnovtaj, Nov is,, c-
the Florida Citrus
Church will increase national government h'' constitutional r", ''HH' to James B. lit is, ability. m Is considered a fine Clubhouse yesterday, and foul

MI8O in 1965 for a total of for Nov. 910. government. I i" ,"11, i the evening <', I I.-ge.A horsewoman with a deft knack wore listed as "suspects," and
The to be made by MrY of handling horses
., ae, according to the Rev report, lass which strte 1 ii! be- advised to see a ph\sicun .\'
Robert W Bledsoe. president lie said over 10,000
groups .>f this semester : The their first I opportunity
James R Blackwood pastor i ni in u l *ndU National Horse Show, thenation's
Inc.. of are working toward this, In all
of Marketing Strategy
i .
< 1 in s tal evening with 21 xtui biggest will begin Tuesday
The combined budget for Detroit, will be a market evaluation the states, and that' It really + i I. ',ts "rr.-"'irull)' complonn the and end a week later M, W. (Van) Brian chairman,

benevolence\ and operating ex of the synthetic product means the national government ,'III't'. saM that several people asked

pence will\ be $110,080 "Awake" manufactured by ls to do only those thing specifically rNANCY V The msiiiictor tor the <", lit.v. Susan's mamevent, the equitation tor. tad. received blanks to filleast

General Foods. allowed in the constitution. --"--- -- -- -- - -- .auk couise, Is Attornet I ImafWhowlei class, will be held next SM. Mr donation of their eyes,

The percentage devoted to General Manager Homer E. of winter..... .t'late. urday and 11IMI). In .between, at death to the North Florida

benevolence, as compared Hooks declared that the commission President James Telford pre ESTES DEG: ::I.:, CARMiaiALL: f'. moot from 7 to 10 I' m. she will compete In the Three'Gaited lye lank for Restoring Sight,

with that for current expensekat believed this study to sided. Cash Wtv'noility.Thi Class showing Mildred Inc., at University of Florida

kept rising three years in be Important topic for course ts destine I v'5'rvons Adams and In the Five-Gait; d Hospital and Clinics, Galnes

a row. ence a very"Reports of this df scrip-- The club heard report from. Two Winter Haven High desiring to pass the Class showing Stepping Stone wiDe
Van Brian the
on glaucoma ,
FIoi i discussion during the confer- oranone Approximately' 25 or 30 girls Brian explained thai more
Cl.'llt.Next .
This year it is 28 5 per Who steeds. to know
tins give the Florida citrus Industry 1 u-tl are expected to compete m the and more people are becomIng :
year, if the congregation Two visitors were present estate law In M* business. uch
raises the budget that has a very good idea of the from neighboring towns. School Students HonoredTwo Equitation Class. They are the Interested In this vtr
S* perwho buy proper for
sort of competition we face in top riders In ttte United States worthy cause, and he has more
been voted will be 307 bust
on it net ma, or rights or ujtor an1 .
maintaining our markets for qualified by winning a medal forms, should anyone in the areibe
per cent highways event In shows sectioned by the interested In ,''
seniors at Winter Haven mended students together helpingrestur
citrus fruit and products
This is in line with a policy For anyone wishing to enroll
Horse Show
Association. someone's sight.
School have been constitute about two percent
adopted by the Session A survey of a competitive AgriBusinessContinued Senior High In the class, the cost u $10. .
honored for their high performance of all high school seniors.Thiscertainly
product represent a new approach Those interested should
The long range plan is mov contact Misses Mrs. Betty Dennis and
ing toward a minimum of one- In marketing research ( From Page One) on the National Merit signifies noteworthyaccomplishment all these Harris at Peik Junior College, In the Fifth Imperial Folk Mrs. Helen Blroh from the Polk

third the total budget for benevolence for the Commission Hooks production county In the state ":olarehlp Qualifying Test by. Rartow, from S to 10 p.m. any Charity Horse Show held here County Eye Clinic In Lakeland

Mid. for agriculture and is considered given last spring bright young people."We WIIIk.,. The phone mmitwi. w last Jan. M to Feb. 3, !Susan gave the examination (brglau
conference on Each: student who Is endorsed urge the commended: aartow MM14T.. picked up five MM ribbons,pili.num.rou. and local: assistIng
First Church The two-day one of the greatest in the. effort come women *
Prl.'sb'lerlan make
his school receives formal students to every
of citrus! marketing said the second I, third and were Mrs H.M Brian Mrs,
wide variety nation, speaker.
will support denominationalboards a Letter of Commendation signedby to attend college, and to de- ,
"\ subjects is open to the He pointed out that in 1830 FRUIT SHtPMENT fourth place ribbonsShe Sam DeVlto, Mrs, JohnnHutctlln.on \'
their -
the fullest
including his principal and the president velop promise continued her fine performance .
there were one billion peopleon Daily csrliMdinga (in taxes) and Mrs. NormanBoyle
and public. of future achievement. By
Missions, World Mission of National Merltlchol' In the recent All. .
there from the Fruit and \
the earth, last year benefit both "I.tlbleIDflpeC'ilon
doing so they will
Christian Education. arshlp Corporation.C. Amateur and Quarter HorseShow
will include were 3.S!! billion and in year H. Ortt, the school's principal themselves and the nation. DivisionBy : first ribbons .
Synod causes with five place
William 2000 It is expected thtt there The National Merit Scholarship rail, 4.015erapefrlllt, 2,131 Home Maitox
has announced that the
new church development, sup Hughes In the three day show In- ,
will be 6 billion. 443
gives recognition oranges, murrolta hy boat,
commended students are Corporation
port of campus ministries, and The problem of feeding this of students 1,439 grapefruit, B oranges, hy eluded was the Egnttatioueddle
to two On TV
Deborah Carmichael, daughterof ( groups She this Sunday
the retirement home in Lake. Seat ChamptoneMp won
great horde and making the level truck 38,064 grapefruit 13,213
who achieve high scores on ,
Mr. and Mrs.Samuel B. Car event In a duel with Kathy Ktheredsje -
land. Dies AtAge81William of nourishment high enough for mlchael of 801 13th Court NE, NMSQT. The Semifinal groupIs orange, tangerines, StI mur. of Barrow another fine Mallory Horne, speaker nt
Local benevolence will be decent living is going to haveto and Nancy Estes daughter of composed of the highest- eotls; total, 43.SU grapefruit, the house, and Rep. Ray Mattovnf

administered by the Board of be solved. Mr and Mrs. Alfred S. Estes scoring students In each stateand K.7S3 oranges, Sa tangerines, competitor.Sttaan has "been a consistent Winter Haven, will appeal

Deacons Polke Hughes.: 81 "In 1800 one worker raised of 132 N, Lake Otis Dr. In U S. territories. Some 1 1,087 murrolts for a shipping warner In the events she. will on Channel 13 Sumla) night at

"There are Three encouraging of lOT Shelby St.. Auburndale. enough food for two people. In John M. Stalnaker, president 14,000 Semifinalists take a second total of 70,380 boxes. compete in at Madison Square O3Op.m.: present to the peopleof

signs that we will meet died Wednesday at home aftera 1900 one worker raised enough of the National Merit Scholar examination to IItlhU.htIIrlh.r Cannery receipts, 81,434 Oardun. However. Equitation the state their reasons I/II i iimlilirh

our benevolence challengenext long Illness food for 11 people and in 1960 he ship Corporation, said; "Let their eligibility to become .rap| .'fruit, 31.">it oranges fur a CIulla the event she Is pntni- supporting Sen. Darr
year" the pastor said He was a native of Texas raised enough for 25 people, ters of Commendation are being Finalists and to receive cannery total. of M,9Sfl buxp Ins for, ana with Little Fiddle asher .oiitwatiii rot pietidvnt.MIOF .

"First we have a minimum and had lived in Auburndalesince said the speaker. awarded to 38,000 students consideration for Merit Scholarships mount, she Is cape< tat. i w.
In McCowan said that
goal and we are moving steadily 1925. closing throughout the country In recognition NEW YORK Harlem rent score a lot of points IN WINTER IIAIEN
it Is our forward looking people
fe toward it. Second we have lie was a member of the of their outstanding performance The commended students strike leader Jesse Grey' prals.
\* come through the thin summer First Missionary Baptist who think about the production on the qualifying test were among the high school Ing a new organisation of sr.chltecta --- --

,.. month. in the best financial Church of Auburndale and a create problems research In every laboratories respect as We wish to call attention In this Juniors In approximately 17,000 seeking to help the rlu For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3 139w
has way to their high leademleachlevem.nl. schools who took the test last 11 rights movement In Its fiend
shape the church retired fruit dealer
well as go Into the fields to be
March. The test Is a three- slums."Make .
known this time of year. He is survived by one sure that everything Is done to against ,
"Although they did not reach hour examination that covers It"
Third the addition of 35 new daughter. Mrs Ruth Hart of help feed Americans and the
the status of semtflnallsts In five separate areas of educational where people want' to lh "', I
members in the past few Auburndale: four sons Alex world better.
the current Merit Program, development. It was the Make It a i 1,1,U? wb"r'> II hit. -
weeks with more to come attests and Drew Hughes, both of The speaker was Introducedby
they are very capable students first step In the tenth annual will iho.i-0 i I' U !UK) ""'ill hills 9e
the vitality of a church Lakeland, FeHon Hughes of Dr. George Hunter The Semlfinallsts and Com Merit Program, be the w u\ u It l...' ",>poll' -- 10 Bagwell Building Supply a
that prays and thinks beyond Auburndale, and Jake Hughesof : Den Thomson Introducedguests let\' w ." 1
Itself" Gordon, All,: one half-sister from over Florida as well
Mrs Caudie Hughes of as from 'Missouri Vermont and Soviets Told GOP ClaimsContinued

Pansy Ala: 13 grandchildrenand ber Illinois guests The were Interact Burton Club Hitch memo (Continued .'I'onl'le! One) ( From Tag Onei' OPEN TONITE 'TIL 8
GoldwaterContinued seven great grandchil
dren. cock and Dan Griffith Jr. Notes resentment when he suspended depends upon ,..responsibility up.

( From Page One) Services were to be held today Ortt and Comments and Bill Slmanton were given Introduced by'Bill scheduled Income tax cuts two on reason," he..ald.Thur..ta .

steps of escalation that It her at 3 p.m In the First Missionary Rotarians with birthdays.L. years ago ) night In Phiisdel.phla .
At the of 70 he was
age ,
doesn't decide to pull out we'll Baptist Church with B. Anderson Jr., gave a beginning to show some of the Johnson replied to Gold

bomb something else..so, we'll the Rev W W. Watson pastor report on a special meeMngheld cult" tendencies water's esi tr criticism :of a
r close the 'roads whether the officiating over the weekend for Rotary of.flclal. which Soviet cltttena: aMoctete cluirihraen. have endorsedthe i

Chinese do It voluntarily- or we Entombment will follnw at .. The meeting was held in with Josef Stalin easy to Preefctiwt's. candidacy. "I e e
have to do It... ." Auburndale Memorial Park SI; Petersburg. Paul Simmons anger, Intolerant of the opinions not only don't condemn themI / /

The Interview, obtained by Funeral arrangements are reminded member that the an. of others thank Cod for their courage,"

Miss Trude Feldman and re. by Kersey Funeral Home nual turkey shoot for the members It was believed that similar Johnson Hid.
corded on tape, dealt with other of Rotary In Polk County '
of Khrushchev's.
explanations Both vice randU
areas of concern, Including chll DETROIT President John would be held at Camp Rotaryon presidential *
rights, the need to debate is. the dismissal were being offered dates were In the Far West to. LJ ,
son a speech on danger Nov. 11
foreign Communist leaders by
t sues and aid to other countries.The and horror of a nuclear war: Dana Baxter announced an Inter the new Kremlin rulers, partychief day Democratic Sen. Hubert ,
H. Humphrey started off In Po.
Interview was carried In .
"One reckless Impulsive most service club golf match to beheld Leonid I. Breshnev and
four parts In the Cltlzen.News of a single finger could Incln. on Nov. 12 at the Lake Re- Premier Alexel N. Kosygtn. catello, Idaho, charging In a i
( prepared speech that Coldwator
concluding today ," ,
'f crate our civilization lion Yacht and Country Club
They won the first round In wanted to get the United Static

course. their campaign for support Into a game of "nuclear chirk. = VALUE
President George Mulllns an Thursday when a French: com. en" that would leave the Sovifi, FABULOUS
nounced that next week J. W,
munlst delegation went home,
Union no choice between IIUI'
Whltaker had secured W. S. announcing satisfaction with
render and total war. '
EXPERIENCEAND I Stephenson, community rela the explanations. An Italian del.

lions en,or Iliator; for American egallon was continuing talks I Humphrey said that r...101.1 1

t Cyanamld Company as the main here, and Soviet, bloc leaders water apparently does not u. 'st' 998

speaker were expected to follow II.If alias that neither side can ww, 'N

such a pee. He said It u vii .1

end In "a .horrendous death i.'I:
I If{New York Stock Report} both players." The Mlmi'-.rf,.

SENIORITY : senator also planned old.,,, i \\i FROSTED DUOJONES

-, stops In Oregon' and Washing, i >
J'TSPESSARD NIW: YORK (ITI-) Midday Johns Man lII. 53', side I
stock prices: K.nnecott Copper 131"' 4 SPECTACULAR SELECTION

Ala!'ama Gas 37'. Koppers Co. MH Republican nominee V.MIII ,1

L.HOLLAND. .. American Can Co. 43V Kroger Co. MH E, Miller barnstorm.-! .I I JI81lbe in'Gtelt OF MANY OTHER STYLES
American Motors 16 Liggett A Myers Tobacco "'/4 the West, scheduling Mapftteraewe
American Sugar 19'' t t Lor Ills rd Tobacco 44'/i In ( <"im 5Wrtee
American TIT M1/, Louisville t Naehvllle 11% Utah, before going "'i.. % '. IN BANLONS .

American Tobacco M'Ana(0nda Monsanto Chemical: e114Montgomery MeMcoTharwtey aed OIIllholll % i

Copper 56'' > Ward 43% BULKY ACRYLIC MIXTURES

an appointment as a member of major Senate Babcock & Ullcox 31'/, National Gypsum 4}<4 night u .I'a" ".. h ,
committees three of which are of particular Borden Foods 7l'/b: Paramount Pictures MH bers. CaMf. Mill" >I''I''>, "' n CARDIGANS' or SLIP-ONS
tluwteetie Y
applauckarfasJ \" ,
Industries M J. C. Penney
It and of its Burlington
Florida to one
importance to you as I'I'
the Demo A"' veal
Chesapeake and Ohio If/4 Pennsylvania Railroad 4A
citizens. Chrysler Corp. MVi Pepsi Cola ferttliaf M 'IM hid tea throufi .ai n 199
........, .i\11 l ring I,
IS A MEMBER OF Coca.Cola Co. IM% Philip Morris ttttPhillips system 3
HOLLAND : wh'r"I l,
Colgale-PalmoUve Co. 48% Petrotesjm tttf .., to waahiut"
TO l.tl
11 AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY COMMITTEEA Cone Mills 21 % Republic Beet 4t .., really IOKIW I i", ,, t" spenlU.

very important committee where Florida is con. Continental Can S3'4curtiss Reynolds Tobacco 41) ."

cerned. This committee has the major responsibility Wright 11 aboard Air Us IV ,

in determining the nature, scope; and Douglas Aircraft 30% Sean Roebuck 1M< i c..5\\\ GIRLS'SWEATERS

:I amount of expenditures in Florida in support of Du Dow Pont Chemical 276 77'/' aclair Socony Morn ReOssnc Adlai To Quit

i activities Involving timber, citrus, sugar, cattle Eastern Air Uses M7/t Souther CosBpesj 9411 (Cse4lnued t I I'l'm' Page One I
of all kinds. Our .
and agricultural Eastman Kodak IM'/t farther Xaiwal GesSautters
.. ,
.hlr' Co m nastMteence
seniority assures us a voice In the proceedings Ford Motor Co. M'/4 ReUwsy N geetfon to r \
by areM COftIfIItt.
of the Agriculture and Forestry Committee in RdStandard 14 p '
7H Sperry
General Electric
that precisely
U .T
dealing with the matters of importance to Florida. General MotorsGeneral H H Oil OU.) wtal we have Men doing."

Telephone ttVi StwMMkerTetaco 3" 598LARGE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE -This committee Georgia; Pacific Cerj> Ssfc fee. gf| tevstwcs MId h* was "1m.ettent" .

administers Federal funds and has major Goodrich Rubber 61 Union Carbide Corp .It with "apostles of In. ) ( ,

i responsibilities such as defense Installations. Goodyear Rubber 441/* V J. Pipe a** tent victory' who .'mA, r SEIE<:TION OFCOLOR'

public buildings, highways rivers harbors, air. Gull CHI Corp. Sttii UA Rubber M preach against nstfe, tIC who '
flood control, maintenance and expansionof Illinois Central 59 f.S. Steel 11% demand thai we eesiM our sup. ) AND STYLES

ports activities, centering around Cape Kenned/ International Harvester II'4InterrhenUca Warner Bros. Pictures It/* port m the United .....one, who i,4. 1 WASHABLE ORION ILENDS

; Corp. 53 Western Cnlon JJV, iniiet that we show .r leextor. ::

citizen of International Nickel MSInternational Westlngrouse H rtrlr 43 .'ip, t-u trio cry net agalMti FAMOUS HANDSMINS
1 SPACE SCIENCE COMMniEE- Ewy TIT rd'' %'!>,[.,,rtli, 2| ,,' iiieirtlsaii i foreign p Florida knows the influence the .benefited
h has ---
has had upon Florida. Not only It SWEATERS39Co

/I the area around Cape Kennedy; It has also poured t .

Into Florida' economy and will continue
additional millions. It Is Important to .n '
to pour
;. floridians that we preserve the seniority that grm { 898

Spessard L. Holland a seat on the Aeronautical
I whose prime
and Space Science Committee,
it is l to administer to ill matter 1uoTa.
Boys' Sizes 3.99 to 5.98
In the spice fi.ld. L, stionr

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Johnson May Win The Lighter

I Mountain States Side hAL O penCELEBRATION oa4ea

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SALT LAKE; CITY (UPI) \otes in 1960, while Its neighboring United Press International
President Lyndon D. Johns,!,! states went for Richard WAAtlNGTON (UPI) The THURS. fRI. SAT. ONLY
Elands on the threshhold of pos Nixon. Democratic Sen. How. IBM presidential campaign has -
Slbh the biggest Democrat!. ard Cannon faces a tough bat. been a particularly active one ,
victory in the Mountain States tle against U GoPaul Lax. as far as poll-taking is con.
since the New Deal days of alt, the state's lieutenant (Ov. rerittd.
Franklin D. Roosevelt. ernor and only GOP officeholder OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
Moat Z
Latest polls and political as. on a state level Laxalt the work voters of are familiar with : :
GaUup, Roper and
sessments give the President a was among the early supportersof ;
rood chance of carrying all six Coldwater for the preslden. Harris, the big three of the pot.
states and their 24 electoral tlal nomination but his refer ling business In addition, there
votes. His margins in Utah, Nevada ences to the GOP standard have been a number of other
types of
and Colorado are reportedto bearer have become fewer and polls

be of landslide proportions fewer as the campaigns nears What Is needed at this point, t
and he has gained ground in Its climax. The state's lone it seems to me, Is not another ;
Idaho and Wyoming which ear. congressman Democrat WalterS. survey of public opinion, but a
Her appeared headed for Sen. Baring who Is seeking a survey of the surveys of public
Barry Coldwater's column. seventh term, Is a heavy favor. opinion '11aY"' aiR -
One COP official conceding Ite to return to Washington
that the Democratic ticket was As my final contribution to
headed for a big victory glumly D.C.Utah: If the polls hold up, the pre.election confusion, I
put it this way: "People are the President could carry Sen. have commissioned my own prl. .
afraid that Goldwater will drop Frank E. Moss Into a second vate organization the Nosey
atomic bombs and take away term. Goldwater has gained Nellie Public Opinion Polling &
their Social Security" ground following his recent appearance Sampling Service, to compile a
Most political analysts agree In Salt Lake City and report on where the other polls
with that assessment. They point the Walter Jenkins scandal. stand

out that fear and uncertainly However, the President's lead One of the oldest known
over what policies the Arizona remains wide. Moss Is battling methods of political polMaklng
senator might pursum In foreign Dr. Ernest Wllklnsonformer Is to stand on a street corner V _
affairs runs deep. This coupled Brigham Young University and count the bumper stickers I- ) t42u _
with large COP defections, has president, In what has degener. on the passing cars. -a-
cost the Republican ticket plen. ated Into a campaign of per.
ty of votes in this normally sonal attacks by the two candl. This year, as usual, there
conservative area. dates against each other. Polltl. have been a large number of
However Coldwater workersIn cal observers believe that Gold. bumper sticker polls, all of FREE PARKING
the six states are far from water's charges of Immorality which turned out approximate. IWIIt p 'IMA'FAIELLSwoatx

discouraged. They believe the against the administration have ly as follows: .
Coldwater-Mlller ticket will pulla caught on with many voters '
Johnson IS
per cent.
lot of surprises on election and the Jenkins scandal may
Coldwater-IS per cent.
day.Four have hurt the senator's Pike's Peak-30 per cent. _' 1 TiIIW1. ,'t. .
Senate seats are at chances Rep Laurence J. Dur. New York World's Fair-40 h. '
stake in the six states and a ton, a Republican probablywill .-d "'::' .
per cent. : "':"" ..
-. ... ..
strong showing by the President win re-election In Utah's .
Another famous poll Is the so- .
would help at least Democratic First District, In the Second called "barber poll" conducted. __ -.... ,

candidates retain their-seats Incumbents They Include- King District who Democrat Is seeking David reeler.lion S. by tonsorial experts who survey __ '
the opinions of their customers. -1. _
Frank Moss of Utah, Howard to the House seat he heldIn At last report, the results of : -
Cannon of Nevada and Gale 1058 to 1062, enjoys a wide the barber poll stood as foUlows
McGee of Wyoming Senate MaJority lead over Thomas Judd. 4
Leader Mike Mansfield of Wyoming: Republicans were :
Coldwater 15
per cent. Li
Montana is a heavy-favorlte to jolted by a recent independentpoll Johnson-IS per cent. i
be returned to office and may which showed the Prcsl.
Crewcut-30 per cent.
help the President's chances of dent leading his opponent by a Medium trim with a little off
winning the state. landslide margin In what was
the top-40
A capsule look at each state per
: thought to be Coldwater coun.
Running neck-and-neck in
Colorado: Polls show the try Sen. Gall McGee a strong! popularity with the barber pollIs We are completely settled in our new location at 167 Ave. A. NW NOT JUST ONE BUT
President holding roughly 60. administration supporter, also
the so-called "popcorn poll" next to Godfrey's Fix It Shop. We want to thank all our friends
40 lead oxer Goldwater, but
was shown to be ahead in this
party officials believe the mar. poll. But party professionals conducted theaters. Movie by patrons neighborhood Indicate and customers for being 10 patient with us while we were 5 BIG WINNERS

gin will be closer. Both candl. say the race between McGee their preferences by dropping getting settled
dates drew large crowds In re. and COP challenger John Wold .
their ticket stubs Into
cent campaign appearances in Is close Another tossup Is the appropriately r' Our new Customer services( Include a new FREE PARKING .'
Den er but Goldwater has been House battle between Republl.can At last marked report boxes.the results of 1. lot next to our show room for your convenience, AIR t\ : REGISTER FOR THESE FREE PRIZES.
hurt by COP defections. Repub. Incumbent William Ii. liar. stood fol. CONDITIONING for with NOTHING TO BUY-NO OBLIGATION-JUST REGISTER
the popcorn poll as 1 v your comfort, A LOUNGE AREA : I
llcan Cov, John Love, who rison, a conservative and TlnoKoncalio.
backed Pennsylvania Cov. Wit. Heavy GOP defec. lows Johnson: IS cent. ; refreshments for your relaxation, a NEW AND DETTER ; 1. G. E. ELECTRIC FRY PAN
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not been enthusiastic In his :
port of the Coldwater Miller sup. ter's strength Without butter-40 per cent .& pastel shades of green to please the eye of any ; 4. UDICO COMBINATION ELECTRIC CAN OPENER

ticket but Is supporting It open. homemaker, a NEW LIGHTING SYSTEM that makes our showroom '. I KNIFE SHARPENER .,. m ...? ;,.",
ly. Four IOIIrrlImen.includlnr; FROM ONE :':r? like outdoors ,plus' several n
two Democrats and two Repub. that will 'nIak1 your purchases 'easier than ever : AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLANKET ....,
Means are re-election t
seeking .
and should make It. t i l U l r ii'W"j
Idaho: This could be the lone FEDDERSDEALER :
holdout to a Johnson sweep.
The President Is given a S1.49
per cent edge Earlier assess. TO ANOTHER +Iutp in.t- WASHERSModtl No Defrosting
ment had given Goldwater a
similar margin The President's WE WISH TO TAKE THIS Maawell Refrigerator

recent visit to Boise appears to ... LW450 All Porcelain Combinations
have given him a boost. How.
officials Including Medal) CTFS14I _
Cov. Robert E. Smylle and na.
tlonal GOP Chairman Dean T $198.LESS G 14 Co Ft. ICS-Lb FREEZE
smooth out Inlra-party feuding [ lr (,lmmDmmD OPEN $15 5 ,

which apparently has tapped HOUSE DISCOUNT ELLSWORTH PRICED (,
some of Coldwater's strength = -==-
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Two House seats, both held by APPLIANCES WASH WITH TRADE .. ... ,.. $324.
at stake and 5183. O
are considered close. The race M-POUNP I ( $25.

Harding and COP challenger
George Hanson In the state's AIR CONDITIONER DEALER $
Second District Is very close. e e OPEN HOUSE 299

Democrat Compton White Jr., Model LW470 2SpetdWASHER i SALE PRICE .
who Is opposed by John Matt .
miller, is running stronger than i :, I

Harding .'" Medal. CIFStSI MoM. CIFS1II _
Montana: Senate Majority $208. 11 CII. Ft. 147 Lb. levee, FREEZER-
Leader Mike Mansfield Is said --. ... "" ELLSWORTH TRICED WITH TRADE 11 ell Ft 27Mb. FREEZER.

victory over GOP challenger --Y HOUSE DISCOUNT
Alex Blewett and the President PRICED

might ride In on Mansfield's X1 93 WITH TRADE . . . 399. WITH TRADE PRICED.. .. ..,. ... .. $519.
coattails Gov Tim Babcock, a
Goldwater Republican, is .. -. LESS OPENHOUSE $30 LESS OPEN $50.
locked In a spirited re.electlon --- DISCOUNT HOUSI DISCOUNT
battle with Roland Renne, for.

mer College president The governor of Montana appearsto State I' FREE GIFT FREEREFRESHMENTS FREE FAVORS OPEN HOUSE 369 OPEN HOUSE $469

be bucking the Democratictide JON for I I- forEVERYONE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE

and is given a better-than. THE KIDS
even chance to defeat Renne.

crat, and James F. Battln, a

headed Republican for,reelection appear Battln to be Is THEIR NEW PLACE OF BUSINESS IS AN .n +hrtp in.tRANGES FREEZER SPECIALS ...

mentioned as a possible oppo.
nent for Sen. Lee Metcalf, D. Model FV110 -10 Cu. Ft.
Mont, If Battln wins and Met. ASSET TO THE COMMUNITYATTKISSON h MMM RI340 Idles E.., Cl..oRANGE .
calf seeks reelection In I960. FREEZER

Nevada: Democratic party rit1
openly boasting _
officials are

that Sen. Goldwater won't get i r:'o :.\-\SHWfIl111. .E. . . $268.
vote. Demo I
30 cent of
crate outnumber Republicans LESS OPEN CC WITH TRADE

bus Clark County, which en. HOUSE DISCOUNT $15.
compasses Las Vegas Nevada I OPEN HOUSE $253 e
GOP leaders concede that the SALE PRICE e

COP ticket could take a bad OPEN HOUSE SALE 5173.
beating Nevada went for the
k, i
late President Kennedy by 1,000 : "

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Friday, October 30, 1964 Page 7 Int'l Dinner

I''WII'iTH Mr. And Mrs. Ralph Thompson
Club Has

Field Trip Jr.Vornen Return From South Pacific Trip

"Fall I I. In the air, and while I Ct An International flairs dill.
the leave of our Florida trees net was served by the Wlnier
do not become multicolored as Haven Junior Woman's Club I.ist t Mr. and Mrs Ralph P. there and the tourists who Din \

do those of other states, we have evening in the Tea Room of the Thompson have returned to occasionally to enjoy it
beautiful and abundant evidenceof Wnm.tn' Club. The dinner "is their home after an eight weeks Tahiti was enjoyed ven

the changing seasons in our attended t native plant, shrubs and s torn residents of the com, Included In their Itinerarywere ... of Bora Bora and MooreaAMfeMfh

trees," said Mr. Bramm of muntu t the Fiji Islands, where these Islands are relatlv .
Goochland Nurseries, Inc. at ort-tKn dishes were (emmd they Bfwcrt almost a week in small they are ver> pic
Pembroke, when the membersof with salads, cIe..rh'I'd' Suva, Korolevu and Nadi A trip tv,.*.,.. In fact the scenery Is
The Planters Garden Club ; by BiLUC CLU5 Y beverages adding to the alt, .,r. up the River Rewa visiting the quHe dramatic The main Industry -

visited this week. Mr. Bramm live buffet native villages and copra plantations Is copra, which Is the
conducted the members on a Miniature flag were used was one of the highlight "money crop" for the natives.
tour of the nursery, and Instructed Around The Town for the buffet table along stab of their visit to VIII Lew. Attending Bcoawse of the climatic con-
them In the propoga- small around the world dolls. one of the native feast dittoM they live well as fruits.

tlon care, and growing habits Larger flags of all Nations sere was also one of the Interesting and vegetable grow easily, and

of many different types of Unique Party Is PlannedAt used throughout the room i uoh event while in Suva. neb Is always accessible A
plants. guest was presented a name tag short stop was made on Tekehau
depleting their country. Nearly three week were which the Thompsons visited by
Following the tour the members -
Mrs John Attaway was general spent on the North and South hydroplane. A native feast was
met for a brief meeting.
Ed chairman of the affairs, Islands of New Zealand. Mill put on for the visitors and some
Mrs Burke Chllds reported thata Bernd Home
Sylvia Burrows of Lake
Christmas tree has been asslsttni her were Mrs. CHI Taupo of the young men of the village
war their driver
companion engaged In one of their favorite
Jensen Jr. decorations; Mrs.
planted In the courtyard of the
Elbert School Additional plans Dorothy Fox, fiat; Mrs Oavtd and guide while visiting New sport, that of throwing spear

for beautification of the school and Mrs. Ed Bernd and their son. Ed, Jr., Frledrlcks, Mrs Billy Moor Zealand. Not only did theThomp.sona at a cocoanut mounted on stall
enjoy visiting the pole which would move with the
grounds were completed. will entertain at their home, Saturday evening with a and Mist Jan Motslnger invitations. usual tourist attractions, but wind.
Mr. Frank Zeller, Mrs. Wil- if ; Mr, W. B. Strange
unique Halloween party. The party will feature decorations r md Mrs Lannle Christie clean through the kindness of their Revisiting the Islands of
mer McCutcheon and Mrs.John
guide they were privileged to
Hawaii was done with much
Boland were among those attending for all occasions of the year Christmas, I up.Guests Included the see many things known mostly pleasure Kaual, Maul Hawaii
the workshop at the Thanksgiving Halloween New Year's Valentine'sDay president to the New Zealanders well
of the Woman's Club Mrs, and Oahu were all enjoyed as
Circle F Ranch In Lake Wales
this month. Easter and the Fourth of July. The hostess re- Earle Kabb, Junior Club spon- a* being entertained in many of much as they were on a visit
the home It the
The Planters Club was represented ports that the guest list will include many local and ." ,-..,"' ...'" .. -. _- Arthur sort: Mrs.KlngsburyandMrs Jack Gurnett Mrs.II.o, Season In New was Zealand and Spring all been many many year change ago. There made and have a

In the Hibiscus Show at county officials. of the fruit trees and early great deal of building Is now In
Wurl. Foreign residents
the Lake Region Bank in Octo- WELCOME: McCLUNGS Mr and Mrs, Cloyd McClung and Included -
spring gardens were at their
ber. Mrs Wilmer McCutcheon son ReAl (Reec Alford) have recently moved to Winter Haven Mr. Morton Hanlon, progress, particular! In Honolulu -
won a second place award In Bill II arbf'n. RA Leader of Mr. and Mr. R. J. MrGrhre from Waco, Tex Mr. McClung is the librarian at Polk Junior Mrs Bill Hancock, Mrs Robert prettiest on the north Island, but the charm of the Islands
although south Island
the Class 2 "Turkey in the 'the First Baptist Church re- of Miami and Mr. and Mr. E College and Mr*. McClung Is librarian at Lena Vista Elementary Eon Mrs Phyllis Farquher, till was still remains the same
having some snow, which
Straw". Mrs John Boland was 'minds the boys, age nine R. Krlley of Lake Worth have School In Auburndale. ReAl is fourteen and is enthusiasticover Mrs Leroy Cries Mls Pill enhanced many of the world !En route to the south Pacific
presented second award 'through fourteen who are returned to their homes after his new school and new friends In Winter Haven. The Mc- Glen, Mrs Gerlende blsenschenk the Thompson stopped In Los
a place famous
beauty such
in Class 3 "Blowln' in the I planning to make the hike tomorrow visiting here with Mr. and Clungs are active members of the First Baptist Church and are Mrs James Kamm, Mount Cook and spot Milford Sound.a* Angeles for a couple of day to
now residing at 499 Avenue F S, E. Mrs. Mitchell Katrss, Mrs Isabella do some sightseeing, which Included
Wind". to meet at the Church Mrs. C. C. Hogg Jr Leaving New Zealand they
not only Disneyland but
Mr. Roy Lucas gave a most I promptly at 9 a.m. The group MorrUne, Mrs.Solomon spent a week In New Caledonia the famous Forest LanwCeme
Interesting account of the meetIng will take an all day five Mrs Ada Mae Stout has arrived Mrs Ormond Uloirrtm Mrs. (Noumea) and Visited the beautiful tory as well.
Jack Burton
of District IX In Sarasota. mile hike through the oak from Pittsburgh. Penn.. Doll And Show Lee Paaternak, accordionist Isle of Pine Although not While on their tour them were
Planter Club President, Mrs ,!hammocks near Polk City. to make her permanent homein Hobby entertained members and large Island, the Isle of Pines In 27 different air planes, 12
William Read, told of some of the highlights of that meeting, I i the and recreation beaches and of
open mother of Mn Edward Foy music Mr. Pasternak of Caa- not Include Innumerable taxis
and reminded the members of i i included in the day's sched Welshaar of Lake Alfred At CarnivalOne twin Music Services of Lakeland all water sports The French and buses) and had the plea.
the unusual and Intriguing Tea I i ule. Brigham ,, played several international penal colony has been discontinued see of visiting 13 of the famous
planned for the November meeting and the
Island Is
The Women of the Moose favorite. enjoyedby south Pacific Island.
The meeting of the Fire. will hold their annual rummage the few natives who live

man's Auxiliary will be held sale on Saturday mornIng of the big prizes to be of handcrafta. A dart game will a..
at the home of Mrs Walter given at the Brigham Halloween be the prize awarded to the entree -
beginning at 8:45 at
: a m.
Ferguson 2500 Avenue J, N.- Carnival Saturday, will be a of the most Interesting
Ron director of the W., Monday night at eight the Loan First Association Federal Savings parking and lot. large $10.00 stuffed frog This hobby.A AAUW Members Have New Goa!I

National Council of Men's o'clock. Is the door prize to be given stuffed animal display will Ir
at the Doll and Hobby Show. b* like a miniature toy too and It
Fashions, on a busman's holi- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenewill
The Doll and Show will also
Hobby bring a prize for the
day In Europe for a look at con- The annual membership return Sunday from Crystal will display all kinds of dolls, most popular stuffed animal. The October meeting of the Miss Leila Sebrlng and hOI
tinental styles, reports; "The meeting of the Lake Region { River whfcie they have Winter Haven Branch of the committee of MesdamtsErnenDuCharme :
Including antique dolls, foreign Another feature of the Doll
average man In Paris is only Yacht and Country Club will been American Association of Vnl W, R, Westherbee
enjoying a fishing trip dolls, novelty dolls, best and Hobby Show will be a colorful
one jump'ahead of the smock be held Sunday afternoon at verslty Women was held at the William Graham and Carrol!i
this week with
friends from dressed dolls, dolls which can selection of handmade beanbags
and coarse shirt of his peas- 3:30: All members are being home of Mrs. Ernest Du Charms Teeter explained l Ih.Ieetalatl' l o
1 Pentacola do the most things and just In the shapes of animals
ant forebears and by comparison atiend this in Bartow, A a tiling her were opinion poll, Ihey will compile) I
urged to er
plain beat-loved dolls. A Posing dolls, pumpkins and witches,
most American makes are Miss Phjllla Smith, Miss the results which will help determine
sion. Mrs. Mabel Pepper Doll will be given to This booth I* sponsored
Georges will by
Juanlta Hilly. Mrs II what
In the well-dressed class. C. Lucas action (he still,
1 leave this afternoon for Del- the entree with the most popular the kindergarten classes of
and Mrs, W. J. Roebuck. and I
..au_. naa..1.,_... 1ft ftA ,I.,. "_,.ease doll which Is to I* selectedby Mr. G. D. Touchton and Mrs. .. n. o.-.I.! legislative. .repre.
'" ," "" r p.- iimu"" vi AAUW Will axe,
end with her daughter and penny voting. John Whltesldes Jr., under the Mrs. William Graham Prea Mr. Jerome
SPERLING'S The Hobby Show will feature direction of Mrs. Bill Johnson, dent and Mrs. Fred Carrier Klump was ap
family. x>lnted the
I new
t pre-school to grade school hobbies chairman, assisted by Mesdames reported on the slate convention halrman.: membership
and represent a wide Richard White, John G. held In Hollywood The Florida I
SUPER OUTLET Mr. and Mr Otis W. Muvnrlwhite
variety of Interesting and unusual Katroa, James E. Bradford andK. Division has adopted the
have returned home hobbles Including collections E. Hayes It will be presented following aa the general |Oul Those attending were Misses

310 AYE. A, N.W. PHONE 293.8950 from a two-weeks visit on of coins,buiterHys, rocks, In Room 22 of the Brigham for 1964_Mi To make AAUW Mary Madden, Fannie 0.Smith
Kleuthera Inland. Bahamas.Mr sea shells and bug and all kind Elementary School. a vital, effective force In com, tae E. Harvey. Leila Sebrlng,
'. Extra Attraction THREESOM CORDUROY and Mrs. Muiiclwhile reunify and stale :Louise KarplniklJssnlulllltyePhyllis
[ C. Smith, the Mesdam'
were guests of Mils Enid In offer to achieve that goal,
CIt a F. J, Alexander, Jerome
DRESSES Bethel and her father George HOSPITAL NEWS adopted these priorities (a) ,,lump Marlon Johnson, Henry
CAPRI SETS Bethel at their home. "Bel- rater of ellg-
ValNM A. High AtS2MI i Compile a women illrd, Carroll Teeter Jr.,

mont" In Governors Harbour. _....-..-. .... .- -- Ible for election or appointment rvllle W, Struther. Raymond
ALL AT ONI $900 Regular\ 52CemctlM They also visited with Mr. and IIIIKMMVS A1 IIS< Illsn: Lake Wales to public office) (b) Help youth (>. Rutledge, W, R. Wesiherhee,

LOW fllCI $3.98 Mrs. Donald J. Stewart at Winter haven William Keene Sr, Mrs develop Into responsible ebbliens Valter E. Parker, George Cos'

Hatchet Bay Plantation on James Frank Crosby Mn Ann Long through such protects a* tare ,ello W. J, Sallsmin, Ilertwrt -
IA* Oct. 2ttk) Cerrvcrlon' (IAII Oct. 2t h) Eleuthera Mr. and Mrs Muiselwhite Elizabeth Picked, Mn, Thrl- Elols appropriate to these ar.esaI 1..Us, W. J, Van Andall, Paul roo'/

NOVELTY HOSE BOOTY fET and their children ma Walton. Mrs. Vslda Lindeberg Mrs Patricia Myers, Jamer ((1)) Cooperation with group ,p'urr Jr. J. K. Buckler, Mil I

formerly made their home at Mrs Gladys williford, 1'hlllips, whose purpose Is to develop d red Thompson, Gertrude Day ,

$1.00 Orion 3 for $1.79 Hatchet Bay for two years Mn Jenieve Ann Sm,leVon, llilnei City responsible of all citizens child )care((3) cen Lie COII.lne .::. R. Kucas, James Severn, I .

while Mr. Musielwhite. then a Baby Sherry Williams, Mies Mrs. Mildred Slrtims. available bet L larold t. Nordby, L. J. Swift ftl'/iSWjirt' ,
SHOULD II SHOULD II torsi; ((3) Making ,.
Bonnie Thomas Coslcllo and Ernest:
lieutenant In the U.S. Navy Ledford Harold Frey LakelandMrs
mental health (4)
3 Pr. $1.00 Orion $1.79 Each Noah L. tar facilities) KiCharme J 'IflOWMtOWN SOUTMKIf >i MV
was Executive Officer of the er, Thompson, Mr*. Eva Mae Roberts Better detention centers for

US. Naval Facilely. Elruth- Althea Wlliton Sammy Long youthful lawbreakers) (5) Better -- ------- -w -

SPERLING'S era. II. Wayne, Ind. recreational facilities' with

Miss Walter Kilrden. Momttimn the slsttdeiit, nun adequate supervision
Judy :
SUPER OUTLET missed hey was die Eagle: Lake bin*t Inn of InettttiMU. nINk.i The delegate also reported r
today from the Winter Mrs. Patrltl Brinocer. Baby the Most UIMWM.. Milne N' m J. R. Hodges, Chairman of '
Haven Hospital where she had I'realon PUImao.Klohe this eiwy sandwich. 'Ir..dI Freshman English at the1nl' j
310 AVE. A, N.W. PHONE 293-8950 been a patient several days etched baajburswr bun with I vanity of Florida, noted the

Mrs Lois Oitlm.llaine 0 penteurlMd JIfOI'..... em m current trend in colleges Is to e
Larry McNeer of Lake Alfred shone spread with plmlriii'i, more liberal arts course to
w City mid olive. T9 the ihw.. ,. MM',
was admitted "help student to learn to
yesterdayto use
D Mr.. Loretta lettuce
Faulkner.Auburndale and crumbled a" M k r ,1 I
;Ii b the Winter Haven HoipitalPfc baron and thinly ullicd I..lu i leisure time more wisely.

r"b( \' .a.,...... "W"7 D..du w5.u.n ......'.m.._ 01.. r.n
; : \ John W, Oxford, son of Smith Mrs.A.. R. Col

H ;, '-.. has Robert been P assigned Oxford of to this the city Band, ham.O'Neal, Master Bruce Dur New Arrivals I

I ; Airborne! Division at Fort
: SUNDOWNRESTAURANT Bragg N.C. Lake Alfred Mr and Mr*. John Hillare Mr. and Mrs. Msrtrl Orin,'

Lawrence MtNeer. Faulkner of liaise <'Hy are. gee uf Eagle Lake became (the 235 W Central; Ave1 ,

( 1 Lake Wales the parents of a son born ye*. parents of a girl today at the

Com spring, watch for the Rex Newman trdsy at the (oral hoopla) at Winter llavra Hospital at

Invasion of a new baby doll TIRKMHVH MSMKSALH! 1:29: p m., weighing eight 12.00 a.m., weighing seven
show silhouette from Europe Winter Haven pounds.Mr. pounds and nine and one half Sate
The NaUonal Show Retailers Mrs. Majurfe Brown Baby ounce.

AFTER CHURCH DINE WITH US Association said the shape being Jerry Colton Miss Judy EUy, and Mrs. "Hobby Gene
shown most often Is a far cry Mrs Kathreen Wife, and Infant Gallo
of Lake
Eagle are
DINNERS SERVED ALL DAY from the very short baby doll
daughter Mr. and
Mrs Carol S. Mrs. Robert UePUkrlt
parent of daughter born ,
last. These a 'n "at a.wwacr .a,1IP'4
TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS to be are elongated;heelstend Ezell and infant daughter, yesterday at the! (oral hospitalat are the parent of s

CHICKEN FRICASSEE resulting curvy shoes:and much shap.d.The more. Clarence Groans Mr Agnes J:49 p''m weighing alt l daughter born this morning at : Save4 to V2: & More .
with noodle I .50 feminine and elegant Elizabeth James. Mr*. Ethel' pounds Md all and one quar sere a m. at Uw Winter llaVMI -
egg Ann Moore Victor NMsen ter ounce. MiMpiliI, The junior noise

STUFFED IOWA PORK CHOP James Prince, Millie Rew. tipped the Kale at "I pound DRESSES SUITS SPORTSWEAR
1.65 I SIIChalli Mrs Virginia Roland WHh sod eleven ounces,
with walnut' drilling, n.t"r.I"ce Self.


fee all yearAUTO Leon Kelley Matter Ronald Mr. end Mr*. 1I.lwn| L .
spiced "''
with walnut appleROAST
SUfi filM Club Guests Jr.
Shipley James Edmund Sin tlntklo are the proud

LEG OF LIFE ...a... gleton. parent of a son born this Inwrntog

GENUINE SPRING LAMB 1.95 I & FIRE ..,. DavetpurtMr Of Lakeland at the WlnUr Haven I
NVIUe Adam. Itospltsl. The young man Upped ,
with mint natural sauce '.''''''.0 I"SUIIMCI ..j Kathr n's
jelly, Nub "febrlig Tb Welcome' Wsgon CM of the seeks 1fl,. pounds ,,,. Y Shop
Mai Bernham Lakeland was fcoettee to the sod tea ounces.
AND MANY OTHER ENTREES .R' L __."_ ... .., .L .. ... .... ...... JL
sap rvreqnviia /Mr*., JA .", I.... lIamulGtl aaeRr G.w u .ena.fw ...
FROM WHICH TO SELECT. ..... ff.", tied*.!* Soak Jerry Dunbar.Waverljr. T.....'. A MletoM lM. ..eluscbeon <

el CkJttM Slop, Fl. CHOICE Of: Cm r i '* William Holland MOB at the Lakeland ratMCIi*.
Juki er T*....,. J./ *.. Sr. forty-lour memiwrs from lie pad y

CHOICE Of TWO VEGETAILES: rV..k C.,. .* she. I Winter Have Crab wer In atMrvtence O\eaSe\ '

Cab. S..fI. ,.t.,.... C..J.4; V..... F.II '...c.coli. ineliiitag the Preel" i this yplRtellLets

F..cll C..r G... bast.SALAD. FALL SALE dent. Mr. C. L. au.".. Vic ... -' a4 oin
freiMeM, Mr*. H. V. Truism ..... \ affe
C."MCM1 CI.... .ifII fresh F1orI4. Ft; ee e not ,
TERRIFIC PRICES a.rre 5.1.4.uh' ek.ic. .f Dft,,!'*. \
rreury, Mr*. LM A. Thomas
CHOKE Of DESJEIT H...t..<. H..Wrr P'.e. *n1 dM (MMtaM, MA" r.MUIet. \

let Cro..... luwed the ......... Mrs. Clear FEDDERS
Holote, Mfwuw. tun several a
oboe She wa accompanied b .

Mr*. Tk taia Kelly.Mr. ,

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For Children '.<:!a., l*" a temoMtrati'ia a T

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as nwMsi Mrs. f r e-J rreat
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Rev Oneness Billy OF JESUS II. Faith Tummond CHRIST Attend The Church Of Your Choice WESTHOOD And BAPTIST32nd MISSIONARY Avenue G

10:00: ..m.-Sun. School Ed WilDe, Pastor

11:00: a.m.- Sun. Worship 1:45: a m -sun. School
6:00 p.m.-Y.P.C. Meeting 11:00: a.-Morning Worship

7:00 pm.-Evangelistic Meet! LARIULEA THORNTON The 1:45: p.m.-Training Union
Exchange E. N. IIUDSO CO
7:45: p.m.-Wed.. Bible Study MATIIER{ 8:00 p.-Evening Worship

rule Lake FURNITURE CO. Wi"t., Hue"1 Fi.ed REALTOR ..,.- SEE US FOR TOUR Rev. Robert StaadiferII
Rev Carnell Bruce, Pastor
1:45: .m.-Sun. School n. Third Si ryrhtun' ..""'''1 C.rpH. I. 7t INSURANCE :00 a-Worship
"HNas .f Q..1ity F.tIIIt. .. 10:00: mSun School
Dnpor' ,1.11'
11:00 .. Morning Worship SW.1\.
m Youth
,JC, pW. Cesenl 4 iaui.jr.a 6:00 p.m.-Methodist
T 00 p.m.-Evangelistic ServTuet "II Si .os so A... J. N.W W D...,... Wiser H._ REAL.. Fellowship
f'h e C n_ Cy't.2202 OF WINTER ESTATE -
... KAYEN ;.;.:.. 7:00 Wed., Choir prae
: m
CY I Oslo 505 Pop. AYe.. N.W. p -
7 00 p.m.-Mid week service ...."'hr FDJC NEEDS. lice

INWOOD BETHEL 7:30 p.m.-Sec:. Thun of each

ASSEMBLY OF GOD It's "Finger LEckin' Good" month, Women's Society of
Attntf Scnlces W tk. Clash
The Rev William D. Lee Hor DF LIFE. GET' SO Christian Service

Pastor 2111602 at TM Ckelce nil Week 7:30 p.m.-Thuri. Prayer

1:45: ..m.-Sun. School .01.'Stk G Meeting
11:00: ..m.-Morning Worship M! aLPj M ". BFYMFR MEMORIAL
1:30: p.m.-Christ Ambassadors Friel hiekn.A.airae ; Ij METHODIST:

Service ". 70H N. Lake Howard Drive
7:00 p.m.-Evangelistic Scrv .'..ifc ..t, 14 A \ ; i .j 4ip ; ., rN Rev I I.ell r'. :Sing, Pastor
., VIeM
r. .1a
Wed.: .. .L I II 00 a.m Morning& WorshipS

7:00 p.-Prayer and Trade u- I ,W. "t' V 30 p.-Methodist Youth

Service 6th St., N.W 294-2235 .p. THE CHURCH FOR ALL Fellowship
Phone 294.29" 7 30 p m -Evening Worship

Highway DUNDEE 542 Inurnt', tI,illy, Ihlll' I '''I'' i I.I i" I 1\ 1 "mis tanU l, d \dwl1 ALL FOR THE CHURCH 7 p.m.-Wed.., Mid.Week
Davis Sscremknu' II', '" '''''' ll ,tnt.hi.htmand( I tit r,'"icli rwtarwtAarlMaua.*Chuirk YlMawd.tIt Service
Rev. E. M
will be for
n| of horiKlor Htt nodulioMhtB. The nursery open
Sun. School lilt. h"ldll1 I I :
10:00 It
: a m 10 a OnmlMuilI all worship services
11:00 a.m.-Ministry of Word 3.- The Rut I J.y, tic flP| "i"idi wailing with >ut j purfxm ..... and It .MIM|*n...l.Causes.01_, WHhnitJ nolllwrilMMrncy (!:1 Publix Market

7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv I,?" ,'s sii mjid( you i.in t even find the aids nor cMlliolkw '" ST. JOHN'S! METHODIST
Wed.: 1'I1UR61R that! For folks ,! UnuK. of ourvtvo TS r' on. lour Gardens Road
.OUEEN Family Life is like some it seems an impossible! ovn4, roooono why ovory | North Oats Cypress
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting I'Inflicts, worms and! disappoint ments. They haven t discovered how {1-dray.nuN snkwt. [$tttgg \ Snooping Onto at Lake Roy

EAST SIDE Drive-In t I'. Jiv *.- their strand of years to a vital, constant purpose! (ntfularljr km*.iir tut.m o ell oirt ra iho klo ,1 w;1. t Rev. William. Tiffin Pastor
r I ul Nasty own oioo. (II| tor ho ,1"! :.., .WhersT 8:45 a.m.-Worship Service
Dundee Highway, Lake Region 1St But f"r ,,!hrsail'\ stretches firm mj tint from birth to Eternity dnY ra. III ra IM ra.iI. 11YY/..
Sub. Division IsOi 1 Neve.Dele. [ I I" I ivj" Ji" app| ,ir as I men rI.,,-h .i, r x 11111.: l'' hid" mm tlt ,.. 'h"' .e..n.y owl.n"MMA .! I"onl. 1:45: a.m.-Sunday School

R. Paul Wood, Pastor IaSr Wvd. II"th t! h11.1 h C"J \\" uld 111w In. IQ|t.r whK-h iho uir...h rf ihoLhvirhKotir :h4 avJ I ."'r.tv "'hA..ur.' 11:00: .,m.-Morning WorshipS
: p.m.-Methodist Youth
10:00: a.m. Sun. School t t. jt 'K': ''if. \' th purr' J. .' i: ,: ::" ""kher.hnNlerly"'.t ounnrl." ,Mon
: .._ Fellowship
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship ( I .t :'.m,' .:..r.... war 6N.. duly II'"'-'" ELOISE METHODIST
6:30 p.m.-Youth Service
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic/ Sere Rev. Troy llatmaker
7:45 p.m.-Thull. Mid.week f Third Street
Service STARPRESSPRINTING 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
11:00 a.m-Morning Worship

110 Sib Street 7:30: ->.m.-E"enlng Worship

Leon Boiwell, Pastor FIRST METHODIST

9:41 a.m.-Sun. School MIM/N, IUSINESS Lake Alfred

11:00: a.m-Morning Worship a4hat Church of The Lighted Cro.."
7:00 p.m.-Evening Worship INDUSTRY Rev. Dsrold N. Storm

i Tues: 1:45: a.m.-Church School
I 7:30 p.m.-C. A. Meeting Tampa Electric Co. GOVERNMENTAtYF'HiAN (All Ages)

Wed.: Nursery class during Chrucb
i 7:30: p.m-Prayer Meeting School


Corner of Ave. G, !Del, SE \A I I e.NA I. Nursery during Morning Worship .
Rev. Emerson Jones, Pastor CITIES SERVICE ,, hto.mf1ii.
' 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship
10:00: ..m. Sun. School
i 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Wh.,. (Juniors, Jr. High, Sr. High)

6:30 p.m.-Woman's Mission '.U' ear /I' 7:30: p.-Midweek Worship
ii Bible Study
ary Council ese.ivs4M 8 30 .
: p m -Fellowship Supper
, 7:30: p.Evangelistic Serv II.... Last Fri. each month
7:30p.m-Christ Ambassadors

I 7:30: p.m.-Midweek services, Townsend ALIONMINTDsnnla t N. Aan wLt'H4 DOWNTOWN SOUTMf ASTP PLAZA ZIZS Lake /Ifred Road
/ testimonies, special prayer > Rev. Chadwick Donnally, Pastot
: Ilk Si, N.V CY 8707
Rev. Marlam Donnally
LAKE IDA Associate Pastor

Rev. Olio Luke Pastor 1(5: a.m.-Sun. School
Virgil Pope, Supt. BANK OFLAKE ..lk CHilly' Lauding 11:00: a-Worship

10:00: a.ra. Sun. School, Bible CHEVROLET DEALER 6:43: p.-Christian Youth
Study Crusaders:

11:00: a.m-Morning Worship u VOLUME SELLING 1:45: p.-Free M e t bod i I. t

\ 7:45 p.m.-Evening Evangelistie (A GOOD DEALS Youth

GOOD SERVICE 7:30: -Evangelistic Service
1:45: p.m.-Prayer meeting
Chevrolet Center CHtRCH 'II
BAPTIST Rev. B. R. Blackburn Pastor \

DAMSTAR BAPTIST 24Mf' Ss, IW. CTMM3 1(5: a.m.-Sun. School
Rev. Lester E. Miller Pastor ..MEMIE F.D.I.C. t t t t 11:00: -Morning Worship ''""

Hlwy. 17.N. of Bartow Air Bate _, 7:30: p.-Evening Worship ,
10:00: a.m. Sun. School Nursery available for Sun. "

11:00: ..m.-Morning Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms'TIE'D School 1:30 and morning worship
: .
1:30: p.m.-Training Union p.m.-M.Y.F.

7(5: p.m.-Evening Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

Wed.: THI 6INIIAL ELECTRIC Morrison's Your WINTER HAVEN Sixth St. at Ave. G., NW.
7:45: p.m.Fraver. Bible Study Canted, THE STOII LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev. James R. Blackwood, I
DUNDEERev pathCI 0 S Pastor

James Hamrlck. pastor .. C.sh's CHURCH OF YOUR A U RiDdse Cafeteria Of Commerce Rev. Robert Farrow Associate '
L..4"t 1:30: t-Worship Service I
8:45 a.-Sunday School _
11:00: a m.-Morning Worship f Os.:::"'.'" CHOICE SUNDAY t for M p 11:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School

8:30 p.m.-Training Union C DINNERlUr 11:00 Worship: a.m-Morning Hour of 1

7:30 7:30:: p p.m m.-.-Choir Evening Practice Worship HOME OF City Drug Co. Thrifty City r Church .- h .fiM 8aIIA AIIICI"ci..f laUdi./ Mittrltl Presbyteers 7:00: p.-Each Third Sun., j:

Wed.7:30: :p.m.-Prayer Meeting QUALITY JIM SCOTT ,.." ..I.t; 1111 "II Jt, NW CY 1.4129 W. Ccvtral Aw. L. ww"a ocowracr e.n, non.. us FIhA.1\'I"lij.21U: 12:15 Women: Noon. Each Fourth Mon J lI
EAGLE LAKE 1:30: p.-Each Second Tuei
W Waterman Pastor I
Rev. R. ,
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School James L. Kalfbt Jr. & I ALLIANCE CHIRCH SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD I 7:30: p.-Each Wed. October, ,

11:00: a.m.-Preaching 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School IMO Sixth Street NW Rev G. Blair McGarveyW. Ave. I., Near Sixth st., NW (Mormon) Rev. J. G. Williams Pastor June Mid.wk Chapel Service \
Fred Scbopke Jr. S.S. Supt. 11:00 a.m. Sun. School pupils lisa ith Street. SE
Worship 10:00 .
1:15: p.-Training Union. 10:45: a m Morning : a m -Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
1:45 a.m.-Sun. School up to 20 ears of age' Elder D. L. Brlnkerhoft. Bishop
Service 1:45 Training Union : 11:00 .
1:30 m : a m Morning
: p m -Preaching : p S 45 a.m.- wi. School I Worship Cypress Gardens Read
11:00: a. Church Services
10:4J a m -Morning Worship m 1:30 Priesthood
7:45: p.m-Evening Worship. : a m 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship at Lake Ina
FIRST-OF ElOISE 11 00 a.m-Mwnmg Worship 6 30 p.m.Youth Groups 1.00 p.m.-Wed., Testimony
I : 1:30 a.m.-Tllel.
Wed: : Relief Society 7:30: p.m.-Tues..Prayer Meet. Rev. William II. Downey, Pastor
Rev. Walter E. Matheny 1:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 8 45 p m Training Union I 1:30: p.m.-Adult Bible Study MeetingThe 10:00: s.m.-Sun. School 7:30 p.m.-FrI., Young Pea 1:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School
Pastor 7 :% p m.-En"l. Service 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv Reading Room Is located 6.00 p.m.-Sacrament MeetingNo plea Service 11:00:
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship ENDUE 7 30 pm-Wed Pra>.erMeeting Wed: at Ave. B and 2nd St., NW. evening meeting drat Sun S:30: p.m.-Junior-Morning Worship
6:30 p.m.-Training Union Rev Cecil Peacock, Pastor I 7:30: p.m,-Iour of Power of each month. .JEIIOV AII'S WITNESSES Youth Senior (High

7:45 p.m.-Evening Evange 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School prayer Wed.: KINGDOM HALL 3:15: p.m.-Mon.goups Girl
UI tic 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service RIFLE IANGEClndrpeadutl i <'ui'ma 01 c.oiUenur > 7:30: p.m.-M.1.A. Uti nth Street W. Troup No 33
10:00 a.m.-Sun. School Service 7:00: p.m.-Training Union CATIIOI E: and 7th M> Thurs:
8 00 1:45 .
: p.m.-Sun. Public talks : -Second
( ST. JOSEPH p Tuei, Men'i
Wed.: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 1: Rev Ray I'rlngle<< 4:30: p m-Primaries, Children 7:15 p.m.-Sun. Dinner .
7:45: .m Prayer, Bible Study 7:30 Wed I'rayer Mett R. Dale Simpson. Pastor The Rev Matthew J. Connollj 110 :\;
p m
: p K uo a m.-Sun. School Pastor 00 a m -Sun. School TEMPLE EMANUEL 8.00 p.m.Tues., "Your Will Be 7:00: .m.-'ed.-MeD" Break.
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Done on Earth Study fast
FinST-OF WINTER H.\> EN 11 00 a m-Morning Worship> Avenue M and Ith NW LAKELAND
0 Charles llorton, Pastor 7:30 Fvangelistic Scrv 7:10: p.m.Thurs. 1:00: p.m.-W.d.
m Ministry
t 30 .m.-Evening Worship : p Choir Re.
Rev. Albert Carnctt. Pastor p Sun M.-7:30.: : II:00 S. Lake llollingiworth Dr.
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School. Wed. Wednesday: School hearsal
1:30 a.m.-Morning WorshipS Holy Day Masses7 Rabbi Shapiro
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 41 .m.-Sun. School 7 30 p m.Prayer Meeting 1:30: p.m YPE and Prayer 1:30: p.m.-Thurs. Serv Meet 7:00: p.m.-Thurs. Boy Scout
: 7 00 Fri I 00
Union. : p.m. : p m Evening Serv
1:15: I m -Training Troop No 565
7:30 Evening Worship.Wed. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. First fr. 1I1I..eI-7:00: a.m. minting Sat I:00 a m. Morning Servo GRACE LUTHERAN .
: m
1:45: p.ra.-Training Union Weekday M..ea-7: ..m. Sun. 10:00: a.m. Sunday Sch 4tb and Anne C, SE THE SALVATION AR1 Ynd
7:45: Bible Study Prayer. 5.00 p.m-Ev ting Worship ( of Christ) Confessions:-Sat: Eve of Holy WEST WINTER IIEN34ta Rev August Berntkal. Pastor St. and Ave T. NW

: p.m. Wed.: Rev James N. Barnett. Pastor Day 4.00 to J:00-7:30 to 8.3d Street NWA. ST PUVS EPISCOPAL 9::15 a.m.-,fun. School Captain W. Whittle

FIRST-OF INWOOD 8:30 p.m.-Mid.week Prayer 130 a.-Bible School J. Puaraa, Pastor Seventh St. and Ave. L. NW IIS: a.m.-Adult Bible Class Officer .In Charge
Rev. J. W. Campbell, Pastor 10 ts a m Morning Worship EAGLE LARKnilRCH 10.00 a.m.-Sun. School Rev Cyril N. Sturrup Hector 10:30: a m-Service of Worship 9:4S a.m.-Sun. School

1:45: a.m.-Sun. School SOUTH SIDER. Nursery OF CHRIST 11.00 a.m.-Morning Worship Rev, C. Lee GilberUon. Curate HOLY COMMUNIONFirst :" 11:00: a -Morning Worship
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship II. Malcolm, Pastor 10 43 a m.-Junior Church (for L B. CkaiULs. Minister 7.oo p.m.-Evening Evangelistic Sun. Each MODlbTELE'ISIOS 1:45: p.m.-Young Peoples Le
1:45: p.m.-Training Union Burney Com den, S.S. .Suptt ages 4 through J) 10.00 a.-Bible Study 7:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist gun

1:00: p.m.-Evening WorshipWed. :4S a.m.-Sun. Bible School 5 45 p -Youth Choir Prae. 11 00 -Preaching Worship Tues: 1:15: a.m. Family Service THIS IS THE UFE" 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
11:00 .m.-Morning Preaching 145 Christian Youth 7.30 Meeting Church School Tuei:
: : a p m '30 p m Preaching p m -Prayer 9:30 a.m.-Channel g
7:30: p.m.-Mid Week Prayer 7:00: p.-Study class for all Fellowship (Senior) Wed.: Thurs: 11:00: a.m. Choral Eucharist I I 11:00: a.m.-Channel g 4.00 p.m.-Sunbeams
ages, Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed( ) 7:30: p -Bible Study 7 30 p.m-Young People's Endeavor and Sermon I RADIO BROADCASTS 7:30: p.m-Ladies Home
FIRST-OI W 'liS ETA for men and women 7 4i p.-Evening Worship WEEKDAY SERVICES League

Rifle Range Road I,00 p.m-Evening Evangelistic Wed 4,T1I ST. BAPTIST MISSION Wednesday 7:30.: a.m. Holy 10.30 Complete Service Wed.:
Rev rank Favls Serv. Broadcast, WSIR 0 3ii a -Ladies Bible Class Rev. II, T. Ward Pastor FLOISE Eucharist 7:30 p.m.-Girl Guards

1:45: a.m.-Sun. Service 8.00 p.m-V:ed.. Prayer Meet Chisel 1 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School Rev, W. E. Wright Friday 1.30 WGTO MKC) 1:45: p.m.-Pr yer Meeting
11:00: a.m.-Morning Message log Bible Siudy.JAS.PII'L :!I seventh SL SW 11:00: a -Preaching Services I I' 00 a m.-Sun. SchoolII a m. Holy Eu UN UFlU' Fri:

7:00: p.m.-Training Union CENTRAL: CIIRIbTUN 7.00 pm-Training Unior oo a -Morning Worship charirtIWMAMtL PRESBYTERIAN CULRlllS ; 4:00: p.m.-Junior Choir

1:00: p.m.-Evening Sermon (Independent 1.00 pm.-Evening Worship 7 00 p -Evening Worship .:00 p.m. Meeting at the J.C:s 7:00! p m-Boy Scouts
L. B. Oventrret Pastor Wed
'WPd.. : )tOt Like Blue Dr NW Wed.. ; Club House at (th Street. SE. SEYENTISDAY
1:00: p m,-Mid.wik prayer Corner W Recker Highway sad Off llatridile 7 41 p.-Prsyer Service 7.30 p -Prayer ServiceFri
service inspiration HaUleM Road Blvd. Wed: : LUTHERAN ABIDING 8UIOIR 41 Ave. K. SE

9.4J a.m.-Sun. School IMmir Jo D. Dekaill. Ministeri 7 30 p.-Bible Study 7 30 p m Young People Meet 144* 14tk S&.. NW. In Inweod LITHERN ClintCII George N. Wilson
Central Baptist Church a -Bible School Sat
11:00: a.m.-Joraing Worship Rev Martin Calstad Pastor IN AMERICA :
Corner Stub St, Ave. A, NW 6:15: p.m Training Union 10 45 a -Menung Worship J4TII STREET OURO OF CENTRAL CHIRCII FAMILY WORSHIP" HI* Hatendale Boulevard 9 45 a -Sabbath School
Rev, R. D, Hidges Pastor Worship I M p -Christian Endeavor CHRIST OF CHRIST 11:00: ajn.-Worship Service !
7:30: past Evening I 30 a m.-Sun. Adult Rev Charles Dickson
: School Faster
10:00 a.m.-Sun. School 30 p m.-E..... Service Lecsted beUeen Ave. J K34th B. J. Chesthans. Minister Bible Study Sun. Television: I
School 1 30 A M
Wed Sunday
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship 12.00 Channel 9 Faith
BAPTIST noon -
PARKLAND Haven If 00 a -Bible Study -
St NW, 10 IS a m.-5vn. Divine Service
1 : Divine 10 30 A M
1:30: p m -Pre service prayer PMiI.wlt service for Today
1800 Eighth Street, SE Bryen B. CoeJey, Minister II.00 a -Worship Service
7:30: p.m.Evangelist preaching Rev. Gene Iliuheoek, Pastor Wed Choir rehearsalS Sun.: 6'30 i -Evening Worship NON,DENOMLLTIONALDRIVE Holy Communion First Sunday Sun Radio:

I:00 p.m.-Wed., Prayer meetIng 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School U p m.-Juntas II.00 a m.-Bible Study Wed.: .IN SERVICES each month. 930am-WSUV (830)- The

Bible study 11:00: a.m-Morning Worship I.I 15 p m.-SeniorsLAKLLAND 11:00: a m.-Worship Service 7 30 p.m.-Bible Study SpMMred by CHURCH OF NAZARENE Voice of Prophecy

LAKE ALFRED 1:45: p.m.-Traintnl Union I oo Worship FIRST CHURCH Tues:
p Methodist Men'a Club at Outdoor
ASSEMBLY OF GOD I:00 p.m Worship UNITY Wed.: PRIMITIVErnsT Drive-In Merto. M. Wright 7 30 p -Prayrr Meeting,
Wed. CHRIST CHIRCHtfcnreh North\ Lake Brae Drive and Haven 9.4S a.m.-Sun. School Seventh-day Adventist Church
47S W. llilnrs Blvd. : 7 30 pmMidW ServiceLAKE
: Dale Blvd.. e cry Sun 8.30 a.m.
II. W. Ulllagsworth, Pastor 7:30: p -Prayer meeting el the 'Dally Weed Ate 1. NW Ram or shine M SO a.-Worship BAPTIST TEMPLE DUNDEEJack
10:00 a.m.-Sun School 0 JU A. Meyer, 1I.imrSuaday REGION l'NTTARLIN s.pI Minister 8 IS p.-AduH Bible Study n.-... Pattee
11:00: ..m.-Morning Worship METHODISTELOISE3RD Devotional 11 ..m. Lakeland W 00 a -Bible Study LAKE ALFRED 8 IS p.-Young People's 19.00 a mSua.. School

(:30 p.m.-Christ Ambassadors STREET Tuesday Music Club 11 00 a -Worship Service PRESBYTERIAN 8 IS p.m.-Junior Society 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship

7:30: p.m-Evening Service Rev Paul D. Swisher 421 E Park at Success 11:00 a m Church Service Each 4th Sundjv Fellowship lev David E. Dsetiet. Pastas 7 00 p.-Serv of EvsngeKsm. 7.00 p.-Evening Worship
Wed.' 10.00 a.m.-Church School Sunday School t1. m. Sunday School Sunday Serving<< dinner on the 9:45 a m.-Sun. School 7 30pm-Wed. Midweek Wed:

7:30: p.m.-Prayer, Bible Study 7:00: p.oa.-Evening Worship Center 214 So. Iowa grounds 11:00: a.m. Morning, Worship Service 7JO: p.-KilS-W. Pr.JftCHURCH

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119 Students Are Listed -

Dear Alihy: .

On Hiah School Honor Roll Age-Old Problem a-

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The Honor--1--Roll of Winter ter, Wanda Little, Tern LukM AbiluilTUII Huron "

Haven Senior High School wu Shlrely Luni. Margaret Mackenzie nT .err .
KNOWN h.vauAS announced today b> C. H. Ortt, Marlene Malcoln Gwen -.

principal. Mullts Michael Murphl. Elaine.) DEAR ABBY: Do you think It to fair for a Interested In you Is he married! If vs. dont I I. ,
Sophomores with all A's were Rabe, Mary Ramsey MM: Allan school to live girl an "F" if she refuses to him st say rhtimmivr. If not, you roitWn'l order
Frances Dodaon, Melissa MeOowell Reltz Donna Ross. Michael take a shower In the nude with eight other firls' a better set-up.
and Margaret Tyler. Sekko, Jane !Seifert Ellieabetta and the gym leather standing. there watchisj'I "
Juniors with all A's were Ann Soverns, Kay Tint! Ruth I raised my daughter. to be modest and I tot S
Sandra Gene Botfcln, Bruce Con. Walls Miles Wilkin, Mitchell think the school has any right to try to changeher DEAR ABBY: I have two problem. Oi), ,
nor, Genie Cooney, Robert E. Alderman and Cell Wlllson. : upbrittgteg la this reapact. Our school have when I take rajr wife to work in the morn III.,
Jamison, Phillip Layton and Seniors with all A's and B'swere money ter everything else They dktat ask thetaxpayers i she teaches artwel) she doesn't let me kiss h. i
FREE Mary Louis Waggoner. Mike Alderman, JamesE. tf they wanted lounges for the teachers for fear someone he works with might see In iI i
Sophomore with! all A's and Ambrose, Sherry Atherton, they Jy t went ahead and built them. I say to 'herk with them She Is my wife anI n
B's were Patty Alderman, Mary Rodney Blrdeong, Sandra Bon think a few showers with curtains or doer is only' a ;peek on the cheek Second, we've IH: n
He1)n Begley, Diane nor Nancy Butler, Falrlle Cot* should be prevkted for the child who "has a-. married almost a year and. she still refuses t.t,I
Bridges, taught at home to keep her body sacred I would She .Mi.." though .111':
name. by aa
Daniels use goes
Norma Nancy my
Jerll n Brlgnull, David Chambers yer <<>CMtcd In Nouthenat I'litm
Estes, Jimmy Evans, Dennis like some comment on this from you and otherparents were single I was born in New York and h.n 0'
Burdette Catherine Cu. please lived here all my life Many Immigrant Pucrt. to provide you with
teel Frailer, Sherrl Hartley Nancy
Christopher, Ann Ricans h.vehe\ same name and I think th.u i convenient hunklnu fncllltlcH
Hickman, Joe Hoffman Penny ONE MOTHER'S VOICE
Cox, Robert Deknes, Judy Eley what' bothers her. She is putting me thimnjh,
Kathleen GUI,Bill Gregory,Jane Jacoby Susan Johnson, Jeanne DE.R'OICF.: This complaint hm been graduate school so naturally I dent warn 'in SWiJl4.
Grenert, Sandra Hankins, Cathy Kennedy Talbert Lawter Jane voiced In my column before by parents and upset anything by making any demands rnht
Harrell, Jane Lawson Cynthia Malcolm, Linda McNeer, Wanda students themselves. I arm with you. I realise' now Can you advise, me'
Radio Newhill, Johnny Peck. Linda Livingston, Bill Fletcher, Rad- that mv opinion Kill\ ale me taw friends es CIIISCIvINGIteKiiliir
Patrick, Dallas Powell Scott ney Redd Jere Reddlck, Jane school board., but It seems to me that tome WITHHOLD MY NA.IUDE.'R
Rehling, Doug Rollins, Mary Riddling, Rlckl Schope Bill Sel arrangement could be made for those children WITHHOLD: You are s >'lnj that Clu:l"kln6feq.ntntll, !
Saltsman, Susan Scott Tad ser, Bobby Selsor Sandy Shores, she desire privacy. Polities your local school since your wife Is putting you through collrie) Kpoelnl Checking AcethmtH
Smith, Arnold Spanjers, Tommy Joy Smith, Bonnie Spaugh Nancy mothers, and more power to yes! you are In no position lo mike any demands
Thomas, Llln Williams, and Spicer, Ann Stephenson, Ellta- right not. Your complaint Is Justified but your
Giveaway Sieve Wolfe. beth Struthers. Gall Tale, Sandra restraint 11"I.... Perhaps you ran mil the signal SAVINGS
Juniors with all A's and B's Wells, Carol Wethertngton DEAR ABBY: 1 am tai tingle and U'm laid some day-but dun'l fount on It.
were Janet Barnes, Lynn Bar. Jean Whlrley Donna Petrlcek, attractive. I have a little problem with my milk. I1egulur Huvhl'M
ron, Patty Bertke, Nora Brent Judy Cox. Leslie Mclver and man He has often loft rM more milk than Ihave ,
le\ Glorlda Britt Cyndy Brous Nancy Lester. asked for and he doesn't charge me for it. fONKIDKVTUL TO S1SSIE IN I1IIW II Chrlntmas Club f'uvln'N'Ct.rtUlcuu.
lard, Pam Brumbaugh Susan There are 119 Honor Roll students The other day he knocked on my dWlien I has been said that before one ran Imln a dog, .. of Dcpoult
Saturday answered it he asked me III was alone I asked
Burtchln Nancy Fisher Barbara with total enrollment being one mud know more then the dog
1,594. him why he wanted to know and he said he jets
Frank. Steve Frailer.Doug lonesome when he iWI\ors In this area: bccatwe e LOANS
Frederick, Annette Garner, Dan it is a rural route, and he wanted to know If he
Godfrey Janice Helms, Edith Unitarians To could eat hm lunch with me on my porch. I Troubled' Write to ABBY, Dos W700 Los
IiiMtallment I
Hyman Doris Jackson Mary have seen him eating his lunch in his truck while Angeles, Calif. For a per*onSi l reply. enclose a '<<>IIIIHSPKCIAL

OnlyNOTHING Judy, Nancy Keith, Francis Ket Hear Talk I eat mine In the kitchen lie can see me through stamped. addressed ens lope, fIH'IU6fO, 1.<<)UIU,
ByHigginbofom the window Would it be wrong for_me !oI invite .
n'erNOnnl I.l>
him to eat nis luncn) wish me. lie seem such a unn

nice man For Abby's booklet, "Ho** To (Have A Lovely

More DOUBTFUL IN PETALIIA. Wedding" send M cents ft Abby. Hov> RtlTtW. SHIIVICHSHafo
David Higginbottom, Frost Los Angeles, Calif.NcNSpkt. I I I
TO BUY proof attorney will give the DEAR DOl'BTIl'L: So far all von know DopimltTRUST IloxtaeT
second of two talks before the rbout him Is that he Is cenerou.. lonesome and .......,.. Inc Insi
Lake Region Unltarlan-Unl- rove ll ern CI ice.k N
You dg not have to Football versallst 3140 absence of Johnson stickers and
Fellowship, Troy

: be present to win. Ave., Lakeland next Sunday. Mississippi DefinitelyFor the ers silence Is caused of by Johnson lean support. SKHVICKS

i Church services begin at 10 "If you've got a Johnson
1 ActionOVER '.m. and will be followed by sticker," said one Democratic fly Jll1olntn1C'nt

coffee on the patio, for which loyalist. "That means you are
11:00: am. members and guestaare Invited Barrv Goldwater nigger lover and a socialist\
to remain. perhaps even a Communist"

ELECTRICBLANIHT Sunday School Is held at the "All Mississippi is for you, te /a t
same hour as the church ser JACKSON, Miss (UPI)>-"A11 vou're the symbol of sovereignt Barry;
all the "We are fed up with that
vices. ,: YOU represent thingswe
Mississippi Is for vou Barry;
{ stand for.." liberal trend;
WSIR This song was Introduced at "And we know Barry when
DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS two "Goldwater victory" dinners you're elected;

DOWN U. Impl.. s In the slate this month "You won't be just our
11:30: am. 1.Vent 1. A hallowed mast and accurately reflects the sen. friend"
1490 RADIO 5.Tidings place 15. Steal s tlment of the majority of Mis.slsslppl Johnson Is eipected to carry 14' ATii1P..ItICANNATIONAL:
9. American 2. Plunder U. Skip ? voters. several counties along the Gulf
3 WESTERN Indian 3. BrlrbU" u a Sen. Barry Goldwater Is ex. Coast and In far northwest DANK
10.Om colored flab lions, peeled to carry Mississippi with Mississippi; which Is Tennessee
rll1. 11.Wide 4. The Nee and un a sizeable: majority, the first Valley Authority country louTMiair rut ........ p e i e
LOCOMOTIVES RADIOCODE 12.Doctrine fall of water I Republican since Reronstruc. But Democratic' National
a 14.Each oceans 22 Same. v w ti lion to accomplish this feat. Chairman John Bailey already
16. Root of 6. Particle of ness e Goldwater has every thing has written the state off to
the taro negation 23. Pinch working for him-the majorityof Goldwater
.. :
12 noon IT.lnderinme e. P.n,er a ..".Narrow.A.
the state's Democratic poll
article foil Inlet geol S4 Overacts
rat leaders the civil rights Is.
IS.Tort 7. A roamer 27. Enclosure 37.. Relieve ,
f Spring ActionPLASTIC TONIGHT 20.Self 8. large, 29 Cartiuea 40 Astringent sue, and the crest of a conser.vatlve .
21.Chinese heavy 30.Covering fruit wave which has swept VOTE TUESDAYVote
6:45: P.M. the state In recent years
; noodles hammer of teeth 42.A new tar
PIGSKINPARADE 24. Keg II. A support- 31. Nonsense! 43. Am. actor A few years ago, It would
Obscure. trig timber 33.Applauds 43. Half ems have been hard for Republican
M RIDING HORSE 21.A pantry I 5- to draw a crowd at a free For HAYDON BURNS
a '
29: Smallfrog 1 e dinner. This. month, more than
2,000 residents paid $1001 plateto
v w
e 32. Bow hear Sen. Strom Thurmond,

12:30 p.m. J5. Girl's I) Ir IC R.S.C., push Goldwater."Oh lee ,nl
8:00: P.M. name liberal Lyndon and hot. + '"

36.. SorrowSt. w w lips Hubert; I I,>
MIAMIys. "All Mississippi la through
) y with you; 6
J9.Makes, u
ALBUMS tatting "Cause Mississippi Is forGoldwater
1i as
41. Bicycle ;
for two "And If you get any votes at i
14. A facial all, they'll be dent few" 1r

I 1:00 w .u a Doublas Wynn, a young
: p.m.ELECTRIC. DETROITENTER 46 Inflamed.tv / Greenville attorney with family L

painful ea ties to President Johnson, Is
pots conducting a low.key campaign
47.Boys Se'U r r for Johnson But In (the loyiUn
Jacket Democrat group are no big .
POP-UP TOASTER WSIR 41 Always wv .4 a name state leaders. t
Most political observers / r
I used In
GRIDSTAKESSATURDAY aoap-mak : : lleve Johnson will get a sub.
lag: Pi. r;. stantlal vote In the .t.te-GoI.
50 Cutting Paul Johnson, t critic of he
In tool President, aaya0 per cent -
Come but Shown the strength has never be*n 5

, 1:45: P.M. The Goldwater camp II bipartisan

Polk County needt Ben Hill Griffins successful and Includes "c.s. Pep.
, John Dell William. former
Oov. Ross Darnett and i former
business background and 8 years Gov. Hugh White' an' WK' Us

members, along with t major. f.
ys. legislative experience in Tallahassee.OR Itjr of state legislator ea
But Democrats l t.n p't, for.
gotten that they conn I .1 I almostall
the state omen and they'renot

,.y ready' to glue up IMS, power
State Democrat! testers ire
Nev. 3 .. electDEMOCRAT
StorewideClearance afraid too met '.oldwater
Y might rub off "" other ,.
5:15-4:00: : P.M. .
publican offleeaeeki-rs!
FootballScoreboard t The only eontMtf i race Is a
0 Ben HillGRIFFIN strange contest the 4th Dla.).
trlet, with ""II. Arthur "'1110

stead, D.MUS., opposed by rig
orous political unknown Pr_

Uce Walker, a Republican,
Broadcastover MATURE Walker, pletsred on till.
; I- Your boards .la the district shaking
hand with Goldwater. has

MUSICALL STATE campaign extensively. Win.
Head has flat campaigned at

DAY SENATOR Goldviter bumper stickersare
everywhere. State De.

!DOC nUe leaders eonlend the vote is
WSIR OS-1:10: P.M. your importantfor

Club 1490 THE METHODIST CHURCHES Florida's progressive future.

10:15 a.m. FOR THEYounger Invite YOU To Their Semen


to MOUE NO teal ***...* Be yew Cr e*** Or._ nut "...Maw aweevaedr ELECT
N.ae .., .I U.... Sop as ..,...... De.v

cart I Miniiten Leo F. King Millis.."

1:30 p.m. M HK R. F. Johnson, MinitteriVvTWam. Ben BUckbwrnuesn

FJ J. G StradleyTACK D. Tmill;
o is Osww ..*... BURNSGOVERNOR
/M. nil W...... HAYDON
dial I e. c....... leant I'' M Law. TNN ,
nsw.vat. wwM.. ...u.w O*
TSTATiON em VIt ha.o..1 .,. Ise4a1 ...... : Vtvtll.. ../Naa+..Moxo
y.. c.-__ ......... .to..M MMKMftM sway "000.vlnlu0.ewe. '
1490 Io N MAN AND' le..Me palar.Mw. "AT CONvtNCSI'ooD '

Pd, Pol. AdvFriday ,


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Friday October 30 '964

Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Legal Advertising Clerical Jobs Will Double I

OPEN HOUSEat -1'1"' ': .. 1. cr.4M. Netlre T* CredMur. WASHINGTON (UPl) The Wages for women office work
IN THE (1OVIFTv I&lDUIO'tI 111 THE; COUNTY JIIMiFI: .lN TIlE null IOIKT OK lilt.IKNTH Labor Department predicts clerical ers ranged from an average of
('0' HT IN A Nil FOB POLK UMIIT IN ANII ion lISLE JlMCUt ClfcttlT: lANIt :> file /
COUNTY, )jobs may double In the $56.50 a week for some
fountrv, ru au>AIN IWI NT*. .UJlttlAIN MH FOLK
RE K8TATB Or RF. B8TATK or rUtklUA IN C llAfatEttb next ten years. clerks to an average of $96.50 a

Winter Haven's Newest Incorporated Development MARY KULCHAR alao known a* Marahell K $choenthajerDpcaaard N.bnOl\t. 01541IslUNALSENE In a 69-pace booklet released week for secretaries, the report ..
Mary TeMlk. Thursday by the Women's Bureau said
I.d To All t'l't'CIltol' and Perwm HavA PRANCES: CRIIIIL
To All Ondltor. and Pe.... Hat 11I1 I'laim. 0' Dotmand. .... Naintiff the department said there KNOWN beVALOIS
lac Claim or Demands Aa'aloit ..01 1Ca1atII. -,- now are more than 7 million
You. and ewh. uf hereb ARTHUR
Said :ottr you are CREEL.Dof.odant clerical Princess RobbedROME
women In
You, and each of you are hereby > nlltlflood to flli' In duplicate all employed
notified to file I In duplicate all 'aims Kid demand which you NOTICE OF HUT Jobs which Is more than In any
claim. und demand which. you haacalMI the rUle of Marahellr other oecupatlonalarea. (UPI>-Princess Maria
have aialnit the eatate of Mary HchoeMheJer. daoeawd In the STATIC! OF FLORIDA
Kulchar/alnu known ea Marr Terdlk olflce of Richard A. Bnmaon. County TO Arthur Cr.slWhsruhouta Jose del Drago was robbed
dereared, In the office of Richard Judyi. at hie office In the Court Unknown of $4,000 Thursday while walk.
A Bronron County Judge at HOUR a, Barlow Florida within You an hereby notlllnd that a Legal Advertising ing through the Piazza 41 Spig-
Ma offln In the Court Rouee at Kin taluidai month from October Milt for divorce baa twao Wed
I\J\ Bartow Florida within all calendar :W 1M which I la .the date of the agaInst you i. Urn above oatltkdetuac na. A young man grabbed an
: month from October 16 1(64 fir.t puMtcetlun of thl.* notice preying fur tin cruttwr o( IX' THK C tIlt 111'' (4)( HT OK THK envelope containing the money
which li the date of the flnt publication i.iuh'; claim or demand must be In the Pllalntlff. a divorce and lumpMini TENTh JIIMCIA1. HIM liT Or and fled on a motorcycle driven .
of thl. notice. Each claimor : .: wilting, meat elate the place ofotdnnr alimony In the nun of $ 'JI.II. rlOIIIHA IN! AMI* Milt HOIK FREE !
Open from 2 to 5 P.M. Daily demand must be In writing.rnunt t.- .. and poet office addraa which sam .It tactile held by the 101'MTV' IN ( HANtrUVKIRHT : by an accomplice.The .
alate I the place of ....Ide'"'. of thi' claimant muM be sworn to Clerk of the Circuit Court Polk FhDKRAL 8AVINUB AND
Excent Sunday and poet offlre add,.... of the claim und. moat bit filed aa aforesaid. or County. Florida, which eum wa LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WINTER princess had just with
ant mud be sworn to and muM be I. name will become void the ..Ii of an overbid relative to HAVfcN
drawn the cuh from nearby
M. the sale of the property raaultlng .
filed aa aforeaald. or alee aame B: Schowilhaler. Jr : PlalntlflJ
\ will become void AdmlMatrator to a fureckMunartlon eiyled A D bank.
/et Margaret Bodilok Ort 30. Nov (. II :20. 14 Newton Plaintiff. vi A. C. Creel J EDWAR1j'!: : FREE !
Executrix. and rtadtme Cr..<.I. hi. wife. Defnnd- Defendant
Marry E. Klnn alit in the Circuit Court Polk lot IT TO tOKHUMhMOHTOAC.K )
County, blue Oar No6113Ma417 Legal Advertising
Box 8 7Winter :Notice; T* (redlton : t.th
Haven Fie the partlee tothe (aw N.. IiSIolflKs.allOTl'Jo
oreclonin action and the In ? : nt. (SALfcNotlri
Attorney for Eitate
Oct II, 23 SO Nov. (. IH4iIiF.'rorRT till NT.fIlUIM Plant action are one and the tame. I ; l> hereby given. that pur NOTIcE OF ruTrvriov. TO
and that you ore hereby required mont tn a final decrei of foreclos MARK ArPIICATIOM' ..0."I"AL .
to aerve a copy of your aiuwer or In cauae numbered Radio
IN OF TIrE': C"Of'NTW JAY ANDREW' ; POLL other written defaiuee upon MATTOX : N1..l;; 310. In the Circuit Court o( In Re BMate: DIStHAROE of
.JII>OK. POLK rOINTV' All Creditor i>ecaaiidTn A KIRKLAND, Plalntlffe: atturnnyi I'olk County. Florida I will melt. the MINNIE!: M. SHARER
and Persona Having -
STATE OF FLORIDA wham addreiu
proto'rty| altuatr In Polk County DeceaaedTe
N. t4U-4l-l4l Bald Claim.Eatate or Demand Agalnat floe Box Ill. Winter 11't:4rioJa. Florida deecrlbed aa All Whom It May CeareraiNotice I
IN THE MATTER OF on or before the 19th day of Lot 14 Block HI JameitownSuhdlvlalon !I. hereby liven that I
You and each
THE ESTATE OF of you are hereby November. A D. 1964. and before .
notified tu flli. In duplicate all Davenport Florida have filed my final report a. Ad-
A. L LEWIS or ImmpcllHtiily thnreafter to file an nhown 'by map or plat there mlnldrator W/W/A of the xtati'
and demand which : Giveaway
DecaaeadNOTICE have the you with the Clerk of the above etylad uf recorded In the Office of theClerk of Minnie M Sharer. deceasedthat :
agalnat eitate of Jay An-
TO PATRICIA LEWIS. Court the original of mid aiuweror of .
diew the Circuit Court In I hate filed my petition for
Poll deceawd In the officenf
a/k/a PATRICIA McCOY a/k/a said written defitnief. If and
any for Polk County Florida final dlechaw.. and that I will
PATRICIA MARIFR AND AM. Judge Richard. at h...A.office Bronaon In the County Court If you fall to do eo Decree Pro In Plat Book I, Pace 14. apply' to the Hon. Richard A Bronon .
THE KNOWN AND UNKNOWN Con f.... will be catered
at public aale to the hlghe.t and .
llouce County Judge of Polk County
HEIRS OF THE ESTATE OF A. L sin calendar al liertow month.Florida from. within October you for (he relief demanded In he ",..>t bidder for Cain. at the South Florida on the 17th day nf November -
LKWI3. Deceased: ('umlIalnt. Front Door of the J'olk ("iiuntvurlh IW for approval of the name
You, hereby 3D IM4 which I I. the date of W1TNK88 hand official .. Saturday
and each of are r. and (
you the '' "'IIH In Ban w. II"rida. b and for final dlxrharve aa Admintrai -
tint I
publication of thl noticeKoch
notified that petition for determination eeal of off K.I- at Burl Polk County ,
a claim 'IW..llOOo.t t unij 2 'w )i m "n '- .r WW Aif the PIlate of
of heir. In the Eitata or demand must be Florida, HIM. dwd. of Orli 1'i, < 1964 Mime' M Sharer., dfceaudTh
of A. L Lewi. ha* been filled by In writing. mult Mate the place ofi'aid'nc her A D. 1964. 1) H 6IOAN JR Iftth da .it Oct W4
Kirkland, Attorney for r and pot office add...* of D H. SLOAN JRClerk i j .
"FOR YOUR RETIREMENT PLEASURE"Cmtamlvllr r.toH'f. the claimant be ik lit ,rt T, m B WalkerAdmlr
muit iworn to and
Admlnltrator of .. Cm 'ill Clit ""MMn) ?:' ',q r'J' JNUR rat W/W'A nf
aald eitate and that a hearing baa must be filed aforesaid or dee By Marc, M<:Brldit J48 AI' B NWw .
the ttati if Mini.: M
II' H.... I. wlreble price ".'0.II' been let on Wedneiday. November same will bncom void.Flo'lnce D'I'.t!. Cork HI.I ,, I "da Shore De-"a.eil OnlyNOTHING
raitlela.tlen I I. ......,......t ef the VIII.... 1*. 1(64 at I 00 p.m.. by the ExecutrixSTRAUGHN L Foil Oct. S3 X Nov .. IS 1964 t L_ i-r JJ 1964 Oft II ..1 M Nov .. 1964KEEP
Honorable RICHARD A. BRON-
II' HI SIMPLI ......hl'. SON County Judge. before the. *. KAUXiRIDISAttorneyi 8IIARIT

II' On hIgh ,......, twept by b...... tram ...rby I..... laid .County Bartow Judge Polk at County the Courthouae Florida

II' ietreatlea ae.rt ana1. ......tlo..1 kail. at which time and place the :JU Magnolia AvenueWinter
eald County Judge ihall make a Haven Florida
Oct 30 Nov I. 1964
13 20
determination nf the heln of said
'I TONi 41 IH I U. ( IIKIIT Of
PAINTING THE COOPERATIVE PLAN WHERE .. Winter Haven Florida Moitmv: AM: H>K roiK You dg nof have to
: LIVING IS A PLEASURE!II Attorney for Sam Ilu'f- tot :NTV IN! ( HANttKl .
smith Admtnlntrotor of The hut Te rereilow Mortgage
Estate of A. L Lewi. Derea.ed ('Sn e Ne. tiHII-BJ-KH be present to win.
F. Plaintiff,
Not In' I I. hereby Siren that oat- vu. 1 STORY 11:00
VILLA LUMBER od bid. will be received. bv the JOHN ROHIRTlAIN.S.: ET Al a.m.
I lioard
of County CommlMloner nfPolk DefendanlixITI1'K
County Florida. up to ( 31)"rioch :? 05' titLE:
I WINTER HAVEN am, on Tueaday. No\i-m Notice I |I. hen irlvn that t'utIuant ELECTRICBLANKE'F
her 17 1964. to be opened Inimedlalely In a final i''J.' ', of furnlc.urc ) .
thi'reafter and puhllrl> read intored innude numbered
North Gate VIII.,. h.. b... ceacelved at e .,.elo... ,,"..t. for furnlHhlng one new Guild Dr>'. HMII-M-IH1 I* the "lnlt (nail "l
Developing, Dl*..o Copying MachineStr..mtiner PoUt County Florida I will ,,II
e..l center fer the tealer eltl... wke like. t. be wltkla ..''h.I" No 4110 For. romjilete the property| situate In Polk County -
I minimum alu-rifieStko.! Bid described .
| ace Floilria a r
,j a'liteeee. el Mi major' theaplag aee .. Ye..'ll like the lace- Form and Hptclflralliin, Sheet i The South :27''. feet of Ut 103 ALIVE IN
For further Information rommunli and the North 41 a feet of bit
tl... Tke tart I. ".,,11..1. ',
ad lth ( M. Lewis. PUl'<'ha.- loa of r.ltxrt Hill Subdlvlilun 11:30
tug AK< nt. Bartow. Florida. W Int.rIn.n.. Florida amho a.m.
The Hoard reaerve the night. to ..n h>' Mi| 'n I Plat Ih.1,
\ LOCATION: nj.'rt nor. all bid.. All bid tobe recorded In the Offlr of th
considered mont be mbmltted In Clout of the ( inult i.'iurt In 3 WESTERN
Directly Behind North Got. Shopping Center duplicate on bid form to be fur and fm Polk (' lunt). Flifrlda
nlnhed b>' the County All bid in Plat B.Kk n 1'..' II.
.h >uld be encloeed In an envelopnrunl at public iii.to In high.ut and
SEE YOUR REAL ESTATE IROKER OR I) nialed and plain! mark'din ton b r 111I I lor nmh at th Both LOCOMOTIVES
the nilKlde Bid on ('optInkMachlm 1".ont IKII "f 1kP.."Ik C'unu
( 10 .1'clock am Tuilnt ,. lot thou..' III, lIanl.'w. Florida .bto > I
W. C. McEVERSDEVELOPER Ni' ".-mb r 17 1964 ,11 II no a m und, 00 p m j
Ordi.n'd In open union "n Ob.i N.-j'mh.'i (. 1964.
.'7 1964wn. SI) Mh HUN AND CONNOR 12 noon
.MER MfCinvmoN: tot At. nut 11 NW
''hulrmanD Wu..,. i Hut. n Florida
iSS Ave. C, S.W Phone' CY 3.8160 Winter Haven H SLOAN JR D H SLOAN JR. Spring Action
lirk ,1.,1& o Il.t.i.i ii r'''nlO .
Oct :W Nil1' I. 1964 AItt. 1964 ,

\ J '- ,

\, \: HORSE

Florida's Success Story Is No Accident! "

i "' 12:30
-1RAWOPENINO 8th largest state In the' nation. p.m.

Industry It at an all time high 3 RECORD

45 State Parks now In operation. ;

Space and Moon>shot Program Center ALBUMS

An Accelerated program for education .,

Highest standard of living In history ,

Tourism booming with IS million visitors annually t.i0 1 1:00 p.m.

GASOLINE SPECIALFRIDAY Inland waterway and harbors Improved by '.
5 million dollars ELECTRICPOP.UP

Veterans hospitals Increased by 47 million ,
dollars In. '64AIJT.busln.ss
: has value In
a consumer excessof

& SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 & 31st three billion dollars

Record building program for highways,

expressway, and Interstate hlqhwaysFLORIDA'S

Come In

WERE $1,570,000,000 I


WERE $3,3)8.000.000 DuringOur

Florida's development IS the fastest growing Urge Itete requires I partnership

with the government- through new road, schools, public enpendfuret-to

REGULAR keep pace with the needs end demands of the kind of growth never before

perienced by any Stat.

23' There ere men and women behind the Florid Story who played an importantrole StorewideClearance

FIRST GRADEGASOLINE In its success. They provided the leadership to get the job don,. These

leaders have been traditionally elected by the people from the ranks of the

Democratic candidates.&o .

to tilt polls Tuesday and vote for Lyndon B. Johnson for President

Per Sptnsord L Holland for United States Senator-Haydon Burns for

: Governor-then Vote Democratic All-the-Way. Broadcastover


let us continue to til/Jet






EASTERN GOOD START 'i- 1:30: p.m.

N\\ > iI: NOVEMBER 3 dial


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y, October 30, 1964 VINTERHAVf"ll1 ?! \\ ''I \f! f F I lVI'4 i tll 'A _ Page_ElevenAt

I Renewed For Notre Dame : Denison Memorial Stadium Tonight, Westwood I


I They're Cheering Players YN' In Intercity Test

v \11 r -s' main'' 17.700! fans are expected to turn out (for tonight's
fiii', 1 niwtlnc between Oenlson and Wwtwood, Wlntei Haven'sjunior
By GARY KALE men" backfield that Included completed 62 of 128 losses for i I
+1.1 II high schools. The guns will be played at Memorial!
UPI Sports Writer Harry Stuhldreher, Jimmy 844 yards and five TI >I',.
nun starting at 7:30 o'clock.i .
Thy'v slapped cheering tra. Crowley Don Miller and Elm. Thlrd-ranked Alabama with Ion grain In Mill nlrltnvaliv <
ditlon and started cheering the .r Layden. Injured quarterback Joe Name l.- iWLin: -Of"LaksTII and Kswiy Hough will alternateat
players once more at old Notre Notre Dame this season has ath a doubtful starter, place a I I 'skin Trophy sponsored bySupe MM, QB position for West
Dame, and It looks as If this quarterback John Huarte to 6.0 record on the line against lor Block Company and the wood with Howard Ambrose <>i
year's Irish football squad has pitch "bombs" against Navy Mississippi mete Saturday News' ) Chlst. Denison had DaM Bison starting at runmm,
finally brought an end to a Saturday and make the Middies night Dave Ray's 21.i and field f the nne-ad.ahalf toot. back Daniel Broussard at. lull-
dormant decade of gridiron its sixth straight victim TheIrl.h. goal provided the Tide's 17.14 hall iiophy up until this afternoon back and John Dubos at flank
achievement.Not ranked second In the nation winning margin over Florida last 134) erbMk. Assistant coach is Lamar -
They won
since 1953 when the Irish behind Ohio State, have a last week Although the schools are Parker.
won their last national champl. revenge motive, too. Navy club Nebraska and Arkansas rat. at. aced architecturally by over sep.25 While Denison will gn hav J It
onshlp has the enthusiasm and bered them, 35.14 last year and ed fourth and fifth, respective. hor \ <>ais. they have look-a-llke of. starting offensive unit going(both
desire to win been as strong at has beaten Notre Dame In threeof ly, also take perfect 6.0 marks (cnsi's. Roth use the pro.style ways, Weetwowl his two de
South Bend. Feelers are al. their last four meetings against conference opponents setup, a copy of the Winter HaVIMI fwtalv specialists ready! for
ready out for an Irish Bowl appearance Ohio State, meanwhile con. The Cornhuskers of Nebraskapit uiiin Devils varsity and ]jun. duty. They are Jim Glenn,, defensive .
which would mark tests Iowa In a Big Ten confer their rugged defense lead "tannity offenses they here tackle, and Roger Har
Notre Dame's first post season once game that could spell the against Missouri In a Big Eight PIOM ,I effective the past two risen, defensive end.
game In 40 years. The Irish's difference In a Buckeye trip to tussle and the Ratorbacks(>k ears Both teams are reported in
last extracurricular excursionwas Pasadena. Quarterback Don Un. to secure a Southwest Confer xeellent shape with no team
U there( la any difference In
In 1925 when they beat verferth and \Mllard Sander ence edge In their meeting with aback' It will lie In the pssingam" m.nbr sidelines with In.jurle. .

Stanford, 27.10 In the Rose lead the Ohio State air.ground Texas A4M. i Wstwodd's Warriors* ..
Bowl. offense but the Haw'keyes of Texas, the 1963 national a liberal amount of aerial antics Also in the stands tonight will
That also was the senior year Iowa have the best conference champion rebounded last week which has brought their! season be the Blue Devils varsity pi a} .
of the famous "Four Horse. passer In Gary Snook, who has against Rice after an Oct. 17 record to 31, Including two ere They have an open data
loss to Arkansas. The sixth. Gator's Larry Duprae Carrying Less, Winning More shutouts tonight before nut Friday's rr,iu*
ranked Longhorns should haveIt slat meeting with Tampa Rub
Denlson's Rebels stick with

Seeks Comeback dlst easy, which against has Southern lost four Metho.of its Real All-American pounding ground game and they Inson Coat here.of admission for ton,.hi's
Graves Dupree haft a ..1 season mark.
11FSU five games : Both teams lost to strong game tall for adults, and Mounts
Seventh-ranked Georgia for students
5 Lakeland Southwest, Dnlmn
Miss. Tilt has Engineers won six may straight be in for but rough the GAINESVILLE' Take It Larry Dupreis, of course, before lone source of offensive pro- t 11-6 awl WMtwood 120. They Sertoma Saians Play
started duction. both defeated Lakeland Junior
but from Florida head coach Ray this season even
times against unbeaten Tech Graves, his football captain but after what h* has done this After five game In IMS Du- High Uenlaon 64 and Wtstwoo.1 At High School field
TALLAHASSEE The trip Historically, Pie Van n' t once-tled Duke. Georgia
has gained yards, but 19.0.Jim.
Larry Dupree Is an all-Amer year I would have to regard pree
town is unmercifully short. The Southerners have been a problem does not have much scoring pow. Iran him as one of the most pleasant had carried the ball (7 times, Miles now In his first Tomorrow nljM'i lilt l *
route back to the top Is hard much like a VPI, the team er and must rely on a defense things that has happened to me 31 more times than he has thus year as Demean h** and unyielding. that knocked FSU from the unbeaten that has only yielded 18 points "lie is the spiritual leader in caching" far In 1W4. h*... anmwnced the following Srrtomi Satans and Lake
Florida State's Seminoles on ranks by a 20.11 score this season. behind this football team," says "W have changed up our of- starting lineup for tonight's con- Wale will be played at Ihe
the hard road for the first time last week In Blacksburg, Va. Michigan ranked eighth Gravel "He has sacrificed Dupree la currently Florida'sleading fens* this season, throwing the tap Mike Adams. and i Tim Vogt newly lighted high school
this season, buckled down to faces Northwestern as a prep most of his chances for personal ground gainer with 109 ball with the IWMKome end attack at en l", Larry Gurus and David: practice field. Kickoff lime I.f Is
work with a will this week In In nine meetings, the Semi. for next week's battle with glory without any hesitation yards on 66 carries, somewhat ," says Graves "Also we MrCuteneon at tackles, Dale Mo ,
preparation for the first step notes have defeated Southern n I n t h.rated Illinois which In order to help this team below his five-game output last have other back capable running DnnaM I and Horace Bamberg pm
In other Hnle!
Southern. Mississippi. only twice. Both of these victories plays Purdue this Saturday. when h was the Gators' of league action
ball Instead
"I thought an awful lot of year the having guards, and Steve Onwards at the Moose Lodge Red Raidersplay
were by a one point mar. Tenth.rankedOregon, a10game (
to put all our eggs In ate basket center. Directing the Rebel at
gin Last year, Southern Mississippi winning streak ((6.0 .. .. .. .. like last season tack will be quarterback Allan at Lakeland In Bryant
fought a favored Florida this season), has the momen. Dupree\ however, Is more Harris with Larry Llndsey or iJium.
Wildcat Coach state team to aO-0 tie In Mobile, turn to beat Stanford for the .
valuable to the Horlita football Charles Snipes at running halfback
Ala. eighth straight time.Tonight's Auburn Defense Is Rugged Floyd Dean Rudy
main attraction Is team thin sear than last Mike SwarU at fullback,
"They have a big, strong team In Graves' opinion and Mik Tucker atflankerback, SAN FRANCISCO at Detroit
the Miami (Ha.)
this year," says FSU Coach Bill One Duprw'iiitstemenlsto Sieve Houndtree, also a flankerback Floyd Dean of Winter Haven
In Controversy Peterson. "They're much like wlnless game The In five Hurricanes efforts, losing are Holds Down 4th In Nation Coach Graves prior to the season will do the. tam's bootl"" and a gradual of the Unlvrnlty .

Georgia In size and balance And, four and tying one The Titansof opener seem lo typify the Frank Etherlilg Is assistant of Florid, will be
they can beat you." two and attitude on this Florida team coach. ready to fill a linebacker berth
By United Press International Detroit have won
: GAINESVILLE It in I g h'I averaging 217.tads per game and mot ctruinly will go down Norman Tunnell's Warriors for the San Francisco Forty
Kentucky football coach Char. The Southerners won three in lost four.Berra the attitude and characterof will with this llnvupt Scott
sound like an echo left! fiver despite the IIIIIU."II'I.| > lng time as go Nlnrri when they take on the
lie Bradshaw was backed by a row to open the season then It oiu last week's pro-game chatter seen thus far 11all America this Gator star Dlrtliltel and !Uolm.' Hal, .a''
his players and his boss Thu rat fell to Mississippi State 487. but SaluMav will be another quarterback JIIJI m Sidle. Told by Chives that he would ends Jim Kllennman and Mil Baltimore Colts In NationalFoothill
day in the latest controversy on However Vann's crew rebound. Casey cas nftheflashv rim Ha offense Sidle, acrordtniitoallieports, not be c.r rIng the ball as often Sullet at tackles, Johnny', Does League lame Sunday
the Wildcat campus. ed against Auburn last week, against ono of the nation's top is healthy and i IIIaly< to go this this year sub the new offence slug l Larry Pippin at guards, and Dean recently recovered
Bradshaw had come under at. losing by a slim 14.7 margin defenses week and Plot Ida has concentrated and more vemalll backs Du Ty Italie at rente) Ricky Pills from a knee operation

I. tack from the Kentucky student Florida State concentrated on Could Team UpNI This time It's Auburn, No. 4 on stopping him whether he pree rpM!
newspaper which said an unus. correcting mistakes made In the nation on defense. This plays at quarterback, wingback, "Coach I'I rather not carry J. A. ASHLEY & SON
"head knocking"session
usally rough
to be an echo tailback or fullback. the ball mil win than run II
too might sm
week's drills
VPI in this ,
Monday left four play. against YORK (UPI-lmaKlne since Auburn appears among "Sidle absolutely! killed u* last times mil l use."
ers Injured. The "Kernel" arti. plus adding a few wrinkles for Yogi Berra coming off the the national defensive leaders. year" says Floi Ida head coach Florida has teen throwing the FOR THI IIST IN PAINTING
Southern. One of these Is a da-
cle said the Injured players bench and hitting a game.in. each y..r.L.t H.) Graves "H's truly grot 'ball to ikpree> In the past two
were taken to off-campus hos. fens we adjustment geared ol to nlng home run for the New Saturday, the Qatar offense football player, a* la Tucker g ms ant,l this practice! will AND
pltals. stop the spring-out operations York Mets In the ninth Inning. tangle with the nation's No. Freerlckson, and we know he undouliiHIv Increase ss OI|>pos
A delegation of players called quarterback 347 Vic Purvis rushing, "ho from has Don't laugh, It could happen 1 defensive team. Alabama, and might play sn>whre In the backfield ln| 'tennis zero In on lonesome DRY WALL STRUCTURE
on President John W. Oswald gained yards GE'\or" WI'IIII. general manager moved the ball consistently with Saturday," end Cturles Casey for concentrated
Thursda) to say the practice In. under center this sea yj of i!"> Mets, rvaled Ill candidate Larry IXi- ApprnnlmateK 100 end *<.. joss" coverage DuprevcaMghi
juries had teen "blown up all Personnel changes saw end Thursday he had talked with ; gaining moray *eV *Mnr tests rentals for this .*.*'* i key pass In the doting The Lotsit Iqulpm*. For Quality Work

out of proportion." Oswald later Terry Garvln, sophomore from the unfrocked manager of theYankees than the Tide had been allowing gsme, according to Assistant ecoi""against Alabama, ami
Issued a statement that hewn Pensacola move up to the starting about joining the Mrts opposing tans.Sophomore Athletic Wrertoi! Perrv Beard, Three In the South trollnj CALL 23.55P
"assured. .the activities and defensive unit In place of and will talk to him again quarterback Sieve and these will !I., "n sale at the ,V,'I',,'" too Injuries were not unusual or tin. Max Wettsteln. Tackle Frank The Yankees have offered Spurrier connected on nine ol' ila-Huin, Satur lav 1111-! fl'ILllh .
duly intense for a scrimmage Pennle and safety Jim Massey, Berra a two.year contract. a 14 passes against Alabama I In- -. ,- -
session." both of whom missed the VPI special Held assistant to GM ciunmg a- 757 string In /h a ear.
Bradshaw has been scrim game should be rea'ly. Tackle Ralph Hank However Yogi has and half and It would be safes
maging the Wildcats in secretIn Tom West has regained his spoton not signed vet, explaining "I'll to assume that, he will fill the air
preparation for West Virgin.la the starting offensive unit. have to see how I feel beingout with passes against Auburn. HAPPY HALLOWEENWe'll
but he threw open the prac. Aside from Purvis, who has ah of uniform." The Gator offense Is second 1
tlce field to newsmen today. offensive total of 777 yards so That's the catch. In the SEC, both In terms of total .
far, the big Southern gun Is fullback Yogi has spent 38 of his 19 u yards gained and the most
j Harmon Brannan, a 195- years In a Yankee uniform He Imsoi tant statistic points

Inn,.. U pounder who gave the Seminoles wouldn't mind leaving the Yan. scored. Florida Is averaging
,". fits with his Inside running last kees, !but he's not ready yet to 24.2 points. per game, while
year Rounding out the backfield surrender a uniform for a bus!. running up an averse of W8

are halfbacks Herman Nail' and ness suit yards per contest.
Rabbit Brown, both 190 pounds. "1'11 have to wait to see how Auburn's defense is limiting
It will be Dad's Day and Band I would feel being out of unl. foes to an average of only 1M
Day at Campbell Stadium. Other form," Berra said today before yards per game, 77 rushingand
entertainment will feature a leaving on a golfing vacation, (1 pasting. The Tigers have
scrimmage by two local peewee "I Imagine It would be kind of been tough on the goal line, al'

teams before the game. hard." lowing only 7.7 points per game.
SSee The Southern team will arriveIn New York baseball fans al. Auburn II averaging 13.1 scorIng '
YAMAHA S9QQOO Tallahassee Friday night ready are ecstatic over the pos.Slbllity per game and Is right be- t! t

Hea'(quarters are the Hotel D... of Berra being reunitedwith hurl the Gators in total offense,
No Money Down. val Casey Stengel, who like
Yogi was dumped by the Yan.
$171Z rVMt. SUFFERS ATTACK kees after winning a pennant Irate Fans Mob

OPEN DAILY and losing the World Series.
f AM rM DALLAS (CPI) Howard "Yogi is my assistant man. Mayor's Office
Grubbs, executive secretary of ager," Stengel used to say when
Lakeland Cycle Co. the Southwest Athletic Conference he was bossman of the Yankees BIRMINGHAM Ala (UPIII vuAtellf/ J

301 Third Aver sw. was admitted to Methodist and Derra was setting records was a happy crowd al first
WINTU HAVEN Hospital Thursda! after he as the greatest home run hitting but It didn't lake long about
i CY 43322 suffered heart ..ttack.AUTHENTIC eatr her In the malor, an hour for It to look like
.. I the closest tits to a lynch
KKAM mot, this side of-Dodge City.
I Dinner
P I Th. people bed been waiting
for hours, some well before
is ii', MI M Thursday to purchase 7
i k" ", for the Nov. 7 foothell iiU
rune; l between Alabama and
thriftyand /.r' i sat,a Stale University.Mo :
1 'I'' kit office opened
pi, i' pn, at 9 s.m. CST ando S
l hue began to save
l !. ,.eer, It 'Bdn't move for
..r. long or very fast becaus
Quickand AI. > .ur later' after only 17 pea.
pie l hid' reached the counter,
ii i ("< kets were all (...
r- Tampers began to flare, .....
tally after It was leaned ti
1,000 of the 3,'JGO ttekeU Of.
full of cheese flavor fred for sale were gabbled

by one man who planked dewy.
a f ,OOO. shoved the ticket bit* a 1
CmiM .. Kraft DIJUMT fa*
........ _..... alas'. fua bag and escaped Ik* weak of
BRITISH REGIMENT al ...... clww foae'iM* the crowd.
H... It MI rand fc* .c...4jrchaal Mayor Alt'" ........* **.
dwftiM and kwryMppOT -.e nee becasAC 3 iMttleffWiisi.
BLAZER BUTTONS ii'' (oo4 MUM ear highly irate 'ItUens atofMM in
ahn.tgOfif (.n", ")hnard.'t' "> know WIly r*.
r' pl1'ed 011 th.a .
II It. gold pitted buttons of f xe s' at 1'1'1 fie
sA IfiVINOOHLf :) !; "'"
authentic British regiment, see you Saturday at

Dress up any bister with NEW HOURS: TO SERVE YOU BETTER Brigham Elementary's Hal *-J.. .

these handsome sets. Severs! 'DAitr: r AM to 5:10 PM loween Carnival.

designs to choose from.stS SAT. 7 AM' TO' : 4PMNO ,

4Itjlsott Oefy P);- N See ww /fet4, CtlJVEA.I.4. >'Buifding.Material ATM i'M SAT\J\ CA' $ Ie V i L JAG EIYlb T t\.I1. J J M WINTU Jr HAVEN R. FLOIIOAFrid INC.I

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\ (I,i) Announcement ((2)) Help Wanted ((6)) Special ServicesWinter LOCAL GUIDE -|I ((10)) Articles For Sale I ((10)) Articles For Sale I ((12)) For Rent, Furn.

LADIES Hut,'n Floor Running I'". NICE front room for rent In lowly -
Stretch," Doll! Auction
They Satleta, 'lion duarantepdI MoonlightCarnival neighborhood Cloae-In Klt..b.II.IIP" -
I A. MOUTZ en Lady or couple

Flannel & Corduroy Make this season a profitable :ill S. Flri.1 St Phon. C"Y 4-2191 To Good Of ValuesOn Friday night, Oct. 30th 2M320S 2W
29-1 --- -
one. Earn $300 to $600 for yourself UsedAppliances 7:30 pm HOUSE TRAILERS. 10.00 a week.

Capri. during the next weeks sellIng Light and water furnlahcd 8th
I PORTLAND Street Elo..... or call CY 3-99(8
byWhite Avon handsome gift line. ((6-A) Animals & Supplies I VAL IIOOIREIN, 294FURMSHED


Write P.O. Box 1395 or call I NO DOWN PAYMENT APARTMENTS ,

Slag 6824137 Lakeland M1MIB PINK POODLE: SMf I Payments as low as fl.25 Wk Is in with one of his biggest 1 a bedroonu SCO to $75 *
Complete roteaaloMl grooming loads If up. Beajley Really Co 984 (th BtNW .
at 2830 AKC Toy pupplea;: available Pb4'.91lies FOR WISE SHOPPERS! and finest you CY W'7I'I 1(.TF
.", for appointment IK-Tt G.E. 10 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR need good furniture aad loadsof

WANTED h-nprrlenced waitress. ----- Reclaimed A real I miscellaneous merchandise 1 BEDROOM furnUhed apartment.

{Ju ivr./t J JCOTTAGE Teddy and curb Bear girl Raataurant Apply In 1TOS' person 6th MALE Raldllt.eNd KOXfc.lt. fawn Stud and Service white _SAVE MONEY SAVE TIMEI I bargain Take up payments Don't miss this ...Ie.Baxla' -IS6 543 month W. Central ATHERTON A v.. REALTY 2S4-S2M

81 11--Tr t'Y 3.6t. 28-TP' -- of $1.50 Wk 18-TF

HEN_: to train as combine operators Y IIdr;;; V.,., P'.Yf' 1N..d. I MOVING-STORAGE UPHOLSTERYFINE Auction Gallerie S ROOM furnlihed apartment 713

.. room Call at3-I6711 USED G.E. REFRIGERATORLate Carroll Ave.. 8W Rear, 110 weekly .
SHOP to harvest field .. Must have i more W. Lakeland Fla
Florida chauffar license. Also I utter 4 ,00. lII.a I model Runs good 4268 Hwy 92 I water furnished new itove

960 Cypress Gardens Road I need men to Irrigate and othrramy THREE IVORY BROTHERS UPHOLSTERY Rough treatment You carry MU 6-9033 2tS-7l. 28-30
work Apply In person Fulton I EXPERT REFINISHING
Cp9 A.M.1117 .Col" Co. In Alto,'. between ((7)[ ) To Buy or TradeWE MOVING COMPANYAgents COMPL:1rAHRIC!: SELECTION; it . $39.95 .30. SMALL partly furnlihed home Water
: P'I 7 00 a.m. and 6.00 p,m, 29-4 I AWED VAN LINES WOLFbS UPHOLSTERY SHOP and llghti furnlihed 11300 p"rw..k.
--' 609 Ave. 0 NE. CY 34493
-- --- Local Long Dlstanca 2710

for to BUY used appliance and fur Moving A Storage Day Night FREEZER with SSSOO Range Washers Dryan
ready new
Your Choice : Call Collect 6M-7644 28-Nov 28 : : :
Racondltloned -
and shoes. Experience. preferred. allure and we fell bed apltanr Air Conditioner BEDROOM furnIshed apartment
".... ZotM flood pay for right party and furniture BROOKS APPLI Warehouse Off Barlow Air But unit Need room Will fully guaranteed. Terms Ground floor. GOO Ave U NE

Apply Jay a Ready To Wear. 2-TF ANCES FURNITURE!: 2M1 Havendale sacrifice . $69.95 From S29 11.n" Up ,JOHXBON -TF
-- -- --- Blvd -TF 26-Nov :25 TELEVISION REPAIRCALL APPLIANCES Lake Alfred .
i $895 WANTED: Part.time waitress Ban I KELVINATOR AUTOMATIC Phone 8TJ-11W Nltea 1711111IO.27.Tr MODERN 2-bedroom apartment 165
.: Y.* Marco Restaurant Apply In person monthly Call CY 3-6073 30-6
18.TF ((8)) Automotive ALUMINUM JORDAN TV WASHER . $39,95 -
complete 293M3 ROSATO WRECKING CLEAN comfortable .mall houie 1,
\ ) TUPPERWARE HOME PARTIESPart i For TV Repair, Transistor SYMPHONIC RECORD Cement block.. steel I I beam.. Channel Bedroom, living room kitchen.

.American Girt time or full time to help with .Screen Encloaurea >CarportaAwnings Car Radio HI-Fl. PLAYER $39.95 end angle Iron. 2x4.. 2x1,a. bath and carporte, Screened porch
J rush of fall business, Opportunity SPEEDOMETER Tachometer Guaranteed broken antique bricks. 02c each and water supplied 10 mln to Poet
A Cold W..,. Complete service and new cabin ajWIndow Scream GlEN CY KI61. 21-4
to earn much extra cash for Christmas 8 H STAMPS Office or Bartow bate on 640A CY
BOBSMJ w Car necessary For Interview I I." J ftTVlc. 186 5th Bt. SW.Y44266. .nUI L"JMIIt1e.. 1TF SIIOPMATE POWER SAW topPc:- "- 1'11. 8S-30
( 1TF dicing room
home, call --- FORMICA
Carat* GIrl Cold, Wove 283-6778 In privacy of own 10/30-6 DISCOUNT SALEM; CO. INC. rtOKID.t I Reg Price $59.95 Balance of table S chain 3000. Good
CADILLAC,l900,,r -1-; : good Let George Do It" ELM TltOMtti I $33.25 Pick up payments ol condition CY 1-3771 after I p,m. EFFICIENCY furnished :2-roomi.
CARLTON SOUTHEAST tlrw run. good Make Offer! Call Ave. A. 6th St. BW 23-5594 2531417Prolcicional week. 28-TF private bath. apartment. Utllltlei
BEAUTY SALON TraineeTo CY 3-3673. t-TF 27-Oct 27 Service $1.25 --- furnlahed Outilde entrance. All

ogTHtArr,/ PLAZA Management moderate electric 314 Ave A. SE CY 3-72117
NICE cheap transportation 1955 4- at expenseUADIO BATH ROOM ELECTRIC
oil 29-1
IllKPATt MEL: 10.000 BTU
CV 11(39 Open Ivery Evsnlnat
start In receiving depart Btlrk-ahirt Rambler overdrive American R/H wagon CY TREE SERVICE 1620: Havendale HEATER $5.95 plus Coleman 6 ton central air
conditioner Barajiln ELLSWORTH HOUSE trailers cott..... 11500
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WILL NOT be rei.pon.lble for ment and be trained for advancement 4-3063: 30-4 T'Tl'j APPLIANCES, 187 Ava A. NW weekly WOODY SWAP SHOP
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debts contracted other than my No experience nee 30-3 Wa buy and aell Hwy 92. FR 2-1437
own from Ihl. day forward.
StONED: CI.rk' C I'.areon essary, but should have com bruin-. Coupe, red and tlt.bu New INU CABLING. RK SETTING V/HEEL CHAIRSWHEEL
DATE October 28. 1964Brenglt't pleted high school with above :-., W/W .. R/ll Complete ('I..n.up. Free Estimates QUALITY Reconditioned mem lit floor apartment. Walking die-
21-1 I eali. 260 HP Price nductd to Call IUKBS TREE SERVICE, STORE work unlforma Not pre-packa lance to town and lake Quiet
--- --- ---- average grades Also military 'rork bottom for Immediate sale I CY S-'33'. 15-Nov. 15 CHAIRS for rent. Alaolloapltal 217 Ave. A. NW CY 2195 All atiea- olora 51 00 ault MS and (clean AdulU please 661 Ave,
service or be married. This is Muilt sell now 2401 Avr ('. NW, Bed Crutchea Walker Arlana A... Auburndale 27.-Nov SideContinental 27 B. NW 31.TF
28-30 Can.
salaried Commudri Godfrey a Rrntali. CY
a permanent position. 1------- FIRE EXTINGUISHERFIRE t 2411 175 Ave. A. NW. It-TF CONGENIAL middle aged lady to
Jewelry Ask for the names of those who BABY CRIB and mattreaa. 110 00, hare apartment with lime Ref
I All accessorlna. Small iqulty Baby bathlnntte $5 00. All In good erancai exchanged Call before
132 Third Street BW have been trained and promot I Assume balance Can be act.n anytime VACUUM CLEANERS USED MACHINE SALF No uaed condition. Call CY 14214 :2l 13 00 Noon or after 5,00 pm.
H Block! South of Foot Offloa ed from this Job. Apply Mr. after S 00 p.m. CY "2803. 27-1 EXTINGUISHER SALES A machine mon than SI :36 week 293-4048. :29-1
SERVICE ('02 80728th Alao used Van and Catalog Mer-
Quality Watch ad Edwards Recharging of World Book In good
i 1955 FORD CROWN I on floor, 8t. NW Winter Haven Fla rhandboThe Singer Company 3rd USED condition.art Call 253-3561 after S'no I to I MONTHS 1-bedroom cottage -
Jewelry Repair skirts real clean $1811 00 or trade 23-1367 24 Hr Servlca 2-TF PARTS A SERVICE for Kirby. 91 Next to Goodwill Store :27.30 1TF on Lake Marlon $100 per28TF
Florida State Employment Ser. I for motorcycle CY 16624 30-2 Hoover Electro: and all other I pm. month 293-4207.
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401 5th St. NW Free 1 SPECIAL
PRE"Y' rbB I
291EXPERIFNCfrD HAVE YOU SEEN L.UI.AMFR: SERVICE! Phone pun. Pettoeporui. Allamanda Hlblaru for particular people.

CY I-03SI) I :25c earh Crotona 1 for a BOWEN MOTOR LODGE
Waitress Wsnted T Nov. I tl 00. Podocarpui Llnera, lOc Hwy 17 Worth>
((I.A) Instructions Good Working Hours lark THE BARGAINS Burna Moth Holea. Teara SATURDAY, OCT. 31st I POWEILS NURSERYOld 21-1
Restaurant I'hone CY 3-4T24: 273 Expertly!: I Re Woven Bartow Rd.. welt of Eagle' Lake
1:1/: SEE VICK bath Nice neighborhood Conveniently -
I.B.M. IMMEDIATE opening for welders 633 roPE AVE CY 1-3731 HALLAt BFAUTIFUL Dock Model Sowing located 1079 Ave 0, NE. or
KEY PUNCH fitters and layout men for steelfabrliatlon 1 Eitabllnried 1149 Machine Embroidery. work. 294-12212 after: 4:00.: 30-2
shop, Permanent Jub. GOODYEAR'SUsed -
Only $5(00. Straliiht atltch from
Learn In Hwy :J. .m.n-I: 'hyl Village 21-Nov. 22 Aulh'.rued factory Service OnChryaler The tt W Th- Bln er Oomiwny 3rd St lit and 2nd floor apartment 1414
I Weeks In with for q null(led Plymouth e Lancer Next to Goodwill Store 2730 and 146-4 Ave F BW CY 3.7763.
School men Turner Aasocs" Recker Tire Valiant 1 CITRUS EXPOSITIONall I 21-1
:299-5340. 10/30-5: I BUILDING REPAIRS FLOYD noBKKTS MOTORS for .. ..
HOUSEHOLD furnishIngs
14 Weeks In ISS8M (21 Sixth St. 8W 28J4101 ON CHAIN OF LAKES 1 ft 1
the 517 Sprint Lake Court. Arrow
19 Nov. 19 proceeds go to Bedroom housekeeping cottagei.
Might I School IIIOH SCHOOL araduale. male, '( I HtVY!: VI DIP/ Hurnt Shift from North Oat.. 27 2UGUBTRUM Aim" room.. Monthly, weekly rate
LAKELAND BUSINESS Wanted for clerical work. Aly| | Dint ,, (''im W/W $<95 CY I For email repair Jobs call rtllred I ILK 250! Beach Finning SIERRA
NEWWINTER X>e Hlblacua.
In person to Impirlal Lumber Co I-2M4 39-1 I builder CAMPING TRAILERS COURT MOTEL. Hwy 17 North
INSTITUTE, INC. Inc Hal-tow. Fin 28-IWAITRN88 CY 3 2470 up Hawailn Hybrid '1.011 up. Dogwood 27.TFMcLEOD
SR: RAtE': M( \ *.llTo HAVEN Stir up. All klnda of shade
401 -- -- --- -
W. Peachtrea Laka WIrsLakeland
Florida on wanted Nail and depimlable 104 llw> .J Magnolia Avr Au. :III.T' treaa and hut.. plantaVAILLANCOURT LAKEFRONT" 2bedroomhouiw .

MU OHM Apply| at Sundown Restaurant bumdale Nuw "I". to aerve you HIGH SCHOOL NURSERY All electric with cell heat
bit ween 1 :00 p m and I 00 better, For the finest In fender and ozY j 313 Oak St AuburndaleFRIOIDAIRB carporte. water furnlihed CY
(-No.a p m 9 00 p m. and 11:W p,m body: rppalra painting and u1hul.aTtIC : .- Painting Papering BAND UNIFORMS .it II 3O-a 4-2902 Iii
19-TF Set: (Gordon: Flrat 1 honaIW7470S AM PER --WRIGERATOR.
I t.lIIIIIII"I'1i FAINT AMI FURNISHED Cottage I room. and
LEARN I CURB girls--d' ;expirlencanecassary : ; loony> -, ]386telh > Repairing 'l Tlnr''z : The variety of Items offered for Good condition S5800 Phone bath 408 5th St 8E CY S-27IK(
Apply mil) 183-0918: 35.5GET
Burger King 20TFFIRNI8HED
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I _
sale will\ Include:
Havendala' Blvd 28-3 -- ---
SHORTHAND IIAI.AXIE too 2-dm'r hardtop. GET TilE BEST!:
I. J McCOY Quality work : AtqiAlvrrn OrFtK
4IM engine I rarburati. 4 on Salea Service Rentala OR UNFURNISHED
8PMI.RETIRED man wanted for manehlp tail clean and reasonable Television Sets Radios .t1Ie IIPI'! :( IALWhl. and BEDROOMS
th flex r, cent hi-He, RIIt/ blat'k FLORIDA WHOLUJALE LUST Inc. EFFICIENCIES! m
Speedwrlllng) .
-In- tart time work pleasant surroundings with blmk and white mInor, Exeallvnt hona CY 3 MO. 1U 4thStrict. Havendale Blvd 29379MI4TF: Washert. "Dryers eBeds ... They I.a>tALL Nice large airy room. -
new modern store Itttall condition $IN9500 Can be J.n-I'hyl Village n'TP' NEW KKOKIM Conveniently located In Postal
I Week InD.y
School experience preferred Write Box awn at till) Ave M. NF after 6 --- -- ---- Couches Lamps "Stoves Monaual' 12 11 Singles $88Stereo Building I Call CY CY
A-1491 News-thief, :29-1 ., 13.97 3-41(7 I-TF
p.m IIr rail iJik land 6R2-5141". Lawn Mowers 'Desks and
Might It' Weeka School In -- -- i Bleepa 6. Cloae.out I/r.... 1495 up Clothing I-NOT. 2 CLEAN furnished apartment Sun-
141) Lost & Found I9KO OLDS Slip r Ml. hardtop PSPB ,. Hank Rate financing a. low .. $.15 -- porch garage. adult only 207
LAKELAND BUSINESSINSTITUTE ; H III ( o .lc"imi,,n lowdown CHARLES IVERSON month Regain your payment by nET prof"uklnal. carpet cleaning Ave (I, BW LY 3-2239. 25-30
Tub, to frlenda .aultl rent E\t''lrio Carpet --- -- -- -
pHtmint I UI'| mtmenlaif renting your
INC. l.2 HI |'in "ff mo ('ill J93-41U hona CY S-Mil JOHNSON APPLIANCES Hwy. Shnmpot.er" $1.00' per day with par. AIR CONDITIONED Lakefr..11Apartmenti
401 W Peaehlrea on Lake Wire, LOST OR STOLEN Hungarian t.. A '"i :f J-1945 aft< 1 16 :O-l 'areful Wurk by Hour or Eatlmata 17(2 Lake Alfred 372-1119: THREE AUTOMOBILES chime of Bloc ... John Botandhardware. Nicely furnlihrd
Lakeland, Florida, Vleula d >g. Locke like a Welm 26-Nov :35 I 211-30 Adult.. 11750. Weekly CY 337914TF
II-No. I
Color reddleh I brownChild
araner WILL BE AUCTIONEDPICK I -- -- ---
'. pet Aneweni to Pog. BEDROOM and kitchen furniture

SNov S Reward Call CY 3-1640 28-30 1964 BUICK I Wildcat MOTORCYCLESYAMAHA for cole Call FR 1-140'7' ao-a MODERN one bedroom apartment
MARINE SUPPLIES IP YOUR BARGALNSand i --- --- furnished for rent All electric' kitchen '

I USED sewing machine clearance and heat Close to town (49
-- --- 4-Dr. HT On.
((5)) House Trailers owner TRIUMPH CYCLES at the same time help pay while they last Sewing MschlnsExchange Ave A. SW To aee phone CY 3- 211Suprlna
DOROTHY DOUGAN Marina Arceenorlea CLOSE OUT. A 49 SIb St, NW 293-33903TF. 30-2
Art Clau Low mil Loaded
( 12 .,g.. 4O'* Discount on all lnt.and aporta modelaNo -- for the new band uniformsREFRESHMENTS .
to a m, earh Thuraday "J
Instruction with arceeaorlee while they tail ,> ----- -- INTERESTING air conditioned
I extras
In and till life. Including
portrait ballY
oil and Trallera wllh and without Cabanas FLORIDA' WHOLESALDISTRIBUTORS M p m All Day Saturday RUBBER STAMPS For checkrndorarment moms and kltcherettei. Next to
paatel Ridge Art C.nl.r.LAST -- LAKE DtfcR; ; TRAILER PARK, factory air! INC LAKELAND; CYCLE; CO. I WiLL alcnature' other Southeast Plaxa CY 3-6906 1-No\- 1
2MB Inquire at office Trlei,hone 3137 Havendale Blvd 393-7920 Kt 3rd St" BW CY 41322SNov. purpoaea aim dating aUrnuaal --.. _-- --
19o2 BUICK I Invtcta .
-- -- 27.TP' RENT Reasonable CY -3K43
PRESS, Phone CY 4-8.139.. 161 Ave
CLASS OF TilE YEAR SEE!: THE NEW 13 wide Delrolter 11.TF
forPROSPECTIVE at lAke Shore Court 1516 Hwy 4Dr. HT On. owner SAW SHARPENING I Col. Gabe Stewart, Auctioneer A. NW -.Tr.I -- ---

(2 Weat Auburndale :30-TF FIX-IT SHOP I I AND Bedroom furnished house
BROKERS Low mileage. Real| clean Members of the auction committee (411. IV: ). 160 monthly Adults
I &
Boats Motors .
ft SALESMEN MOBILE HOMES ((10-A) preferred Phone 29M: .87 28 1
1961 Module' 10 and 13 ..Id.. car Sawa. Shear. Tooli sharpened I will\ assist in arrangements -- ------- -
I In atork II' a W a. $4,S9B. Let ui Quirk aervlca on toaatera steam aama day brought In. We fix cl nk.lertrlc .. and handling of the merchandise HOUSES: ft APARTMENTS
Beginning drIve you to the factory at own expenaa CY 3-2356 Iron.. perculatora electric blanket. ,. blank,'ti etr I HILLIP I ATTENTION SAILORS FURNIShED ft UNIURNISHED
7:00: P.M. MONDAY NOV. I plik your own roach 12H rlirka. vacuum cleanere Phillip. SAW ft. SERVICE!: SHOP Bark $5000 ft Up
47. ae low a> 1399500 ION floor n>,It Shop! Corner 34th and O. NW Easy Korner .c-'rner Avenue U ftJ4lli Listings
plane to choose from at Koiy.KornerPhone Inw.HK!. Phone 294-313319Nov. 30- A special showing of the popular ATKINS A'faATE
At CYPRESS OARDrNS: MOBILE 29tUf'k ai-Nov. 21 19 Flying Jr. Sailboat will be CY
HAVEN HOTEL PARK ft TKAII.Ml: SALES ((3 A) Business Property I 4.111929.Oct. 28
shown athe Banyan Beach
CY 94944hk SALE
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Mile Eait of Cypreaa Gardena. All porcelain Frlajktair. automaticwuher I Marina this weekend. ,

:291S3 $lTt1It; HI' I I I. DIN lb: I I..,, rent excellent condition. Furnished RENTALStJnfurnl.hed
2MKI ft.
and ft eliHlrlr I wide furnlnhed on lakefront 11250 Water week air ,,ndlil,,ned Will d.". ,rate 0'1 i to ((10)) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale ,, 0111'1 i Winter Haven Balling Center CV 4-4131 Evea. CY 3-7213
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL CY 4-2902 30-S null I 'nant Ti lee, rail Porter PULVERIZED PEAT CY .Tr
1',1 t 294-4n An.D at :lid( Bt. Dundee Road Robert LONE STAR. 1W4 11'' flberglau, 75 '
Phone 2930801 NW 37.3 Blackwelder HP Johnaon. Like new iUW and

((5.A) Moving & Storage SINGER Hewing Machine Used 8in.ninIe Full: kuarsn- Antique Auction ---I aaauma. paytnenU. 2994030 after (112-A) For Sale or Rent
222 STRAWBERRY plants on Thornlt I < 00 p m. :2>-l
((9)) Business Opportunities teed Only 3*>9 00 Portal.from Road S. mile South of OM Winter ___
39 09 This week only I Th; i.ngert'mpany Saturday Oct. Hit Have Lakeland -d-2t'-M'l4 I OUTBOARD MOTOR In eacellentroadltloa

IMPERIAL MOVINtl A STORAGE. 3rd St Next t" ,.xxj- It !Monday V\'. lit 13TFBLACKGYB8 I HP Just completely I9' TRAILER on Lake Cannon Tt

((2)) Help Wanted Prompt and efficient ..rv... far will Store .:730 7:30:: P.M --- I overhauled Cheap Call 2sfiiSe. cellent condition 31350 wvhi'Sleeps .
all moving needa. Call MUT"IIHII.HL"'llt.R : Purple hull poaa11 13M 3Wh 5%.. NW' 2l four Adulta. Avery TrailerPark
CY your 3-4t99 for free eatlmaleaAgentt I tMTIH REMINGTON: SjwHsman" M for Atlas Van Llnea. Ir*.. A i n, w r nceitlon In 1.\1\ nervle Target pistol TV antajna. AI'a'a, VAL IIOCHREIN: is in and what M II. Fanwell: f.nn. SrewuterMiaftl FOR SALE 14 Fiber-wood boat '
EXPERIENCED LP gal aervlca all 50 atataa 14-Tf laun,1o I I featuring Maytag o excltlIv lined hunting suit Elgin n ".t. back china Inlaid n 304 Good aa new Gator tilt type rURNUHED HOUSE J"OR SAI.K
man Age 20 to 30 Va,'at Ion. medl. aervlng ,' I ii i II kf| "perati-d waih..i> Han watch Hall offttlal railroad "al h a load Mirror trailer, I weeks old 30 HP Evtn I OR RENT too Hatfleld Rd Jar,
cat iveragp. life In.urance. rtlrem .. e.r,' I 11"nl I walton ne.t to new 7-11 Car chains. FR HTM *' i Mahogany Sldeborad, S PC SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY: rude motor, 1375 447 Act I. BE Phi Vintage (9000 per m..nth "'
it uniform beneflta Opportunlt at i at 3111 F (rnlral Appro- Tolle..... 296.4461 CY 1-MM
Owenn 112 000
: -- I furniture Contact : with good terms
: 2S-TF
ServicesATTENTION Victorian I .
> for advanrement If qualified ((6)) Special ma I n Is-intent 11 M 000 balancaIt BOX 8PRIWB! ) MatUMS. R. I i Early 2M : :I \ 34531 29TFJ
tall Lakeland "' W. himllr installation. IV Chairs Mahogany Sec
W3-OI43 for appointment erators 15.TFMFCHANIC nan, i n K and rand O,wnlng Write. TVs,'. Dinettes Sntts Chairs, 1 Walnut Whatnot Marble I FULLY Auti matte Ug-Xag SewingMaekbw
to liar FVUIman, 254 Amwhtn Mei and Lamps New rebu. I retary, Buttonholes. blind CLEAR THE ;[13)J ) Real Estate For Sale
Rd Wlnto'r Park Pie Antique Chest, .
experienced In Cain It-Nov 19 floor wunplee f 1.00 up, Top pieces hems Without attachmew Threeto '
Tn.clori Chevrolet Truck.. and Will WAREHOUSE: FURSITCRE. U (tl all antique oil lamp, c"hum at I7t 00 TIle SlncerCompany DECKSALE I r.
I 1. : types .
pro. equipment Permanent Poaltl Stallone Implement ASK kitchen to reapoMt St. NW, I hd St Hut to Goodwill I
aaragea. Service ,,, '
M- PJMM Ear. .
ni k Rar2ISl4A.t -B-gue .1 large pair Carriage lamp, Sura. a :30
n with living quarter!. Sea Tom CompanIes or anyone owning An This WeekORR'S Need More Room?
Willie. >> table Ban'Jque ---
Philip (imvel. HainvuCIty or aervlrlng equipment which muetM ---- -- I u mahogany dropleat

4222812. 39-TF cleaned arm: 1',11" F'"r Sale ttIO.OO SMALL John Dear Tract and" \I.i .v Grandfathers clock, i ir Slant Needle
--- -'- maw Han. S Singer MARINASouth TRADE LN YOUR PRESENT
k '''01",1 i nnj H. \ 11 equipment 1 Inky
I BARTEVDER 1 III I 1:00 alibIs.At. r.U'TaB-'OC nch table Blanket chctt. i I
: MEW SIM'" iut.w, :2T-I tabt low mitre ..... aaetrlo I 10MEAE .
waItrea edAlf Apply inpermn 8Tf.,'1 ILPAMrKK a HK.HmrjtNiRK - r circular aaw machineranrttalhen ? r.. medallion china, col- .. ... Lake Howard Dr
Barbell', tahr .. 30-h iMrLEMCNTWAKUr.RJt' clock. J, 11 PhUllpa.: : gold rasssabie party to take over I
-- -- .10 34th St NW after ('W P'PRINTERS 'It." ,in cut glass, sterling silver. $7 00 per amoothly payments oa cur-. '' 2828-30\ HAVE 12 NEW HOMES TO

WANTED ->>-1 I I t"II.i .oxion of copper lustre col- rt modal machine,Singer Equipped Shut Nee4latwtac to Ife I mOOSE FROM. 2. 3, & 4 BEDROOM .

SERVICEMANGood $398.00 An amb'tieue man w h a -- Scion i" hand painted plates, Sag stttdkM.maUi etc button Complete hole and bala.c.S1139 fancy* (I M.A) For Rent, Unf !H I .

FREE LIFETIME SERVICE WARRANTEE nsCls t. km sit d.p.ndie..I I coll titan cups and saucers Ft.U.Y (.UARAXTEED
opportunity with : ON ALL EQUIPMENT ".te,1 MersKsnt Pace weeks II pre xrd gii... brass and copper Call: Allen Dowd for information
,' a* t training in service. Its.
leading Pait Control Organlsation. FOR FOR RENT Modern .
I.o Menhena'isina and ter- piecr plus hundreds of items FREE uarumtoked
Previous rout allJACKSONVILLE ve. TO. Pure Oil too
kit a meaern full-facilityStstlM I i\u ueroui to mention. HOME TRIAL Near' ExdMM Bank and Downtown .
experience helpful but not fee t.... an the. CyOsre to SulteMa for .offlc. Adult. ESTATE

neeenary Applicant with Machinery Corp.phone 9. ... "s Head user the. Baxla't Auction Gallerlen CALL ANYTIME Referayaa Pnae e 2H-U44. 13-TT I II !S3-t331 212S17
". .H..s"i .. Centers
nut appearance, Initiative For fl0lottItkjCARPENTER t ,.ut...... winter MsvenreiKentis 4268 II,,) W. Lakeland Fla 294-4505 BEMOOX I bath .... ..... Evenings 294-2402
and 194-1331 area Will require co-- Sectta* iMaley
willmgneii to work .. ...... saaltal, lr stink aequiameiit I MU e-toa IM SU It. JfW CT w5ifarr 30-1
can advance within our leoreiteet Call' 294

organization.; Good Incentive wark Roonne. R.. .write....D. Phana F, Driver(93 s4 f. 0.l.a I irM 30- lIKE HW Bon' 3ta Meycta.Ma FOR BAIL: UJO DOWN '

arrangement modeling. Repair Cabinet Form CY W ntar Haven.(9A :CNT ***, tech Has MW n.dsta.s. d (vtaM"t ...... ..,... I my* satcacilvebedre.e1 block!
pay 108All power tools:>>T' I USED AH 5lkk-Sl5 $3F86. Oil Of mat ea.Tf. e I4S.W IU 've.I I OHM. ...-96. raaga. celled heat
Broad of employee tTt.. MINUH ---- K. :61a7 .. S
program pUMa 23 -- aec7 tm after I at : > at* traoa Ml.7M I.JOIU"tLL :
i M St* MPKW OAS veMkftf. a*** I DeVtthtMa
DrU'* M Aw C BE CY
benefit 21. to 29 pias.. ... .. .
Ag. >>II. a. ea.5)lIe ** |.a* Ugenol SAM ataa.trie I
lola CY ..... 2JO
ANE ( FurnitureI
) ..
DRAPES toO uiduealsd
35. CUSTOM MADE : 't 't eo .wse boss,
Only applicants who ALTERATIONS IkM atU." : case
.... ... Cnteaj l CT fEW tMOOMB PROPERTYtmtaJa.
can withttand thorough rnodarn aaulpmanl 3U10 HtekariNW la"" 4-239t 13-TT
----- ; Apattae..., .... I warehouses
CT HIM ..... Edna &S5ssIP :Ta. ......... full f flMf 6 Wed hsses wish *5. .. "' ''or .
inveitigation n..d .pply. I .. new "' 1., rano A. ... I P126.7 PUAM ROSIER 3 B&DRoo .1 bath t*,00 i -ji additissal Ut Av A.
rnture including electric raJWa Neo Cd on... .... lit.. I BRING TOUR PATTleI'LLcui Court fW ineu "' ChamT -
I Sanity i 1.'hlllll
l rrlrtgerklor stereo. Ubtaa you WAIT IM .w Caumma
LOW C sw"rj at
I. "Mo siB K '
For Winter Haven I 33717 I
Appoinimenl OwnnwreUl A .kwi.1. etr i( rooms Uad lad 19' A... A. NW. 1t4.JU' -- "I Phd. 71126 5552? SI 3TTT1 I 19 Me ja-TT
All typea .
tkai I
month. Take auaMMiMM
over Are B. NW iY 3-411 .' !
17 -
CY 4-3201 Residential CraningBattafactkHI WAREROinilriKMTl I .NEW. ;;; HomeEaceltoM :
Telephone fUAranlaadDraw. IT werk :.t.Ifofo 'V.. 'i Remtairtan : page aumpt'JlCY tler1J1tNIai-----1: I IV OWNER. t-bedroom.
Hf 'Rt M "tr> St NW SIR after I OS I Ipm. Dl' -THJaUI "U heater Ha laaMeUajL meet water larlueM I location Consider Mjuf
Bldg jl4JI! 294 39-6 J>> (A 101 Ave C IW. J9-1 JU Are O, NW. 00 moaihly JM- :101"1 p m mobllei hone 2t3-30<7 ev -


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I ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

Located at 444 FAITH IN FLORIDA Owner $21,800 OPEN HOUSE g'- _

of this spacious 3 bedroom
Ave. B, NE 2-bath LAKE ELBERT lakefront 1 to S P.M. r

borne must move. Will 24OODLOCKONWESTCENTRAL
Two story older home net< .
consider TRADE for good un.
tome flxin', hat four bedroom,
developed acreage or producing
baths, kitchen dining too .
grove priced right. Or sell for

living room with fireplac cash 11500.00 5 MORE WILL BE STARTED
Wood floors, small basemen SOON

Lot 100 x 150 ft. Near all ache PLAN AHEAD: Buy your 1 lot r. ---- -

and stores. Payments only NOW to build in the futon SELECT YOUR LOT. LET 1 US ..::-c.-

$50.00 per month after doWCI Beautiful STATELY OAKS l lot< No. 1 Golf View Circle BUILD YOUR HOME l

payments. Owner will take 2nd under the tall oak trees. For SEE ALLEN DOWD ON PR1 0 1Z1

mortgage for quick sale country living in the heart of OBtriOrn I bedraem t hath konkavlag ..
all Ik* C. T. Kmllh iaa MISES
RETIREMENT HOME activity. Lots from $3,000.00. tie. Me I1rlda rom, hag *ereee4 .. -- 1JC'C"L'
p...... arp.."... drape arIUo "
BIG LOT. Just listed need ..... V K: A K KOfN JOHN G. WOODREAL
at 2525 Ave. J, NW. V* bloc cash casl I'LKAM KK H.... Hedaredt, ('all
sacrifice $4,000
from Lake. 3 bedrooms Uvin 4..d*,! ESTATE
Approximately 97' x 300'. Lake Z.3 U1T ZlU338
tiled bath kitchei
room screened back porch., Hardwood Jessie lakeview. Don't mil 'HJ.I i.1iII.rH i'U. Evenings Z 4.HOi i( c ?

floors space heater Sprinkle this opportunity. Irgt443e dfcfeWARREN I 30-1

system, carporte and garage or LOU StPRINA: Rjral Estate I III

work shop with V4 bath. N o I CY 7211

city taxes. SECKEL, Realtor LAKE F.LRKKT: JC8TATM
3-Bedrooroa. 3 bathe. tamlly mob
Owner will finance with tea 03)0UKII'RONT doubt garage, central heat and
air. carpet, drap**, dlnhwaaher. ttUth : -- ----
onable down payment. KIN COMING' MOM AM NE iKMMrr atHX-t I13A -
6E': ',, b'I .', o\Sf T etNLFNTRATE
: 4 INCOME 1- TNG TCkfT Wt'D ANY FASHION 1, : '1"j'; 1 NAH rE ANI T tt t 1
Call for appointments to lei WITH YOU? or are you Ju Hard describe thl. chain of Lab /
t' I ANktL'U5 EF
looking for a big roomy 3 aton NW home 3-bedraam* 1> bath ( ) Grovel : 7 l/J1Ti sV PRETEND : I IfiNIS" .
these good buys. home on a large corner lot will living. dining, and Florida room SEND FOR THEM' ) %4t' : \I ME R FINI WTkS t't NEXT WS'; : .
double carport and workuhop Diahwaaher. air conditioned, cork I REI1R7c Blk N.I-. .
ROSA F. FRASERRealtor Well. atop looking beau we ham llf floor Large garage with com pi L. J
oat that In Lake Alfred and own over It. OROVRS : I
.n up North living In a tent ancneeda Mete[ furnished round. Spuloua yard, 10 Acre Orange*. 7 year old. 33(1HI ( .
bell at once ao they can bu;)' louts year lift and dork ft*- hard road. Good place to build : : 1 r i
up there Bo go by 110 Beuna Vie. ilectrlc: boat 30-1 home All for '''.11I1 Term.. I
128 3rd St., NW lured IM.BOO KS-909S. LAND c:
a and have a than come by tSa L
Phone CY 1526 CY 3-1301 and let talk!"00L.A ALHtEC 12 Ace.I orange Bom old, 'TI )
REALTY COMPANY 3T-X! 8KMI-RBT1RED: ome1",= Nice' rolft. old treen'
28-31 \1. d
: motor am l
You would Ilk. living In Lake 14 I pump and 11t I
lived In this very comfortable > ill eq l mrnt to car for groveteauUrul
BY OWNER. Furnlahed 3-bedroon 1X0.00: DOWN bedroom home Living NOm hai loratkm to build a homfMO I
home Aluminum aiding on CBLarge Owner will conalder low down pap replace a big acreeiMd-in. Ira I hard road Only I US.toll !
fenced lot. Carport Will fleet on hli I bedroom houaeuurne etch, desirable neighborhood Perm.0IIT em thecall FR 3-1S61 I
ty building. Air conditioner. Cel payment of SM.OO monthy Only ITMO Term FTC .,." ACE: ALFItED REALTY CO. : :
heat. Sprinkler well. Very reaon or will trade hi. equity tot ARE ALFRED REALTY (X10'ANY. 174ROVE J
able 8338 Ave I, NW Near Wet oti, acreage or smaller home. Total n-30 zNIANWHIL -
wood achool. 1-Nov. I price IIO.BOO Atherton Realty ----- ___
(43 W. Central Ave CY 4-14 ( HEATER Mast alld .
3-bedroom t nth burn -- -- -
37-TF DWNCR. lea never adJtaMabl heat .. ..
cloaed gal rige ---
-- --- Florida l room >ll. Keroaen. coal, charcoal I .I
Gold Medallion 2OT-7374._ W iapaclty m.OO..r. hundred P.O Inlendo. &4Y Fv DO IT IN THECOFNRNCE I T ". i 1\J""l" k ,,\.1r ,1/1'/ i I I

Lake Ina Minimum hipping order i''' IJI.o' ( 111", r\' ,
Model Homesin 228 110 FLAMBEAU OROYE HEAT ""," ee 1 1Th
I MAKE THIS THE BEST IKS. 14 Kant Avenue Orlando, NOT t i HOgn1 rr L )0 1LAOLl\ L .i .

Drive, SE \NKSGIVING A 141 4403. Open I I Monday HERE!; THUD P. '.- ',
Garden area now JO-J 6 1 "
Cypress CHRISTMAS OF THEM ALL I tVtday )j NOW \\if' C 1'"
for sale. Only three of thei Beautiful lakefront home in excellent : G\I'-If.' .
I .... I
left. One Bedroom Model. On condition. Central heat Put your family In a new home (M-A) Lots & AcreageCommercial r: .. "., '-- -,' --- k..

4-Bedroom model and the tri and air condition, white tile his fall for the Best Buys ol 4', g' ;
level which has been used aa roof. 3 large bedrooms, 2 tile Them All rh I
I ,kit yeaL' ; /
an office. baths, modern built-in kitchen. Lot

Many closets and cabinets Florida IN ,
All these beautiful homes are I I
located in Garden Grove Just a room overlooks the lake. 'HOMESLOTS 50 x 150 Ft. located on Ave. C.SW. ,

half mile east of Cypress Gar The yard is beautiful with many. ,, Across from Exchangiiwik F .
irrigation *
call lowers and trees complete Parking Lot Wide newly
dens. Open Every day or .
293-2517 or 293-9338 or 293-3528 from lake, draperies 'RENT ALS laved aired with alley entrance I tI

rugs and aluminum boat. Drivey For sale by owner '
John G. Wood and Associates. In b rear. I .
Inc. 22-3 > then call for an appointment.Price GROVES hone CY J-J7II After 6 P.M. -

2975000. or Edna Walton, Realtor, CY [, DOWN IK Fat lAUUKiA I I I .IJ1r I COULDN'T NfLP 1ItNo
J W5 1
AMAZING offer. Owner tranaferred Sfe us or just Call CY I \ I 11551(51 Mt hi NM vl, t tMt
S-bed- WATSONREALTOR tHUt. """ AI' \
home. EDNA
1 v<'ar old 00 YOU ADVIil NOlDlliK. wu) HI IT -a AI'IMINtiM' IMITIYUI'' 1'' H 14 A ,
rooms 1 balls, 3 carport 3 drive BILL GARNERREALTOR ACRB8 4 mile writ of Winter PARDON Ml 1'".i SNOWY .' '.M' I K
vat. Underground aprinkler ay, laven on 641. TERMS. CY 3-347 Till STOCK DIVIDEND "OR MR STAnItS \ I Ml AW WHY MR 1111' role, uN h+S IICM W)' 'r1I
tam 14.000 equity for 1310 r7-Tr fO* RUA| [ OH MONDAY MITHNMKIN ; Al'vTr Ij JOIN' LITTER
37-3 128 6th St., NW CY 4-4149 4 WOUtDMl IUI, U l Wn' \'DtAR
29J.: 47t. 4MITU' J IUNt8LIN, Axui.N1. .(
-29- Charlie Fields, AIMC. APPROXIMATELY. 10 urns ol R/AT alit AofJA' I i : il ilI
CHS 3-b.droom.BY OWNER living room dining 602 6th St., NW land In Wahneta. Ideal for trurkig Hai- ti 1HTION {j 1 :roKrmTHf/' '' ''g jji| I.fF
DOWN alte \
kitchen with fiUx $1101 2531tthrh firm or Industrial
room lovely and dtihwaiher, eliding I BI\ CII IIQIoI aCIIARLr Iced road frontage t deep well.|iN : ; ;
the rang ; :
tor- a 1crc.1t. II water avallaM Call I CY 3-4imi : Ka
gla door to patio wall to wall :: Drokd /1RAND 01.0 HOME 111-2
and ullllr room.
age famy -
for the
carpet In L.R.. DR., hall Irrigation 2IHMaIN". 1. 1 II -- *4 ol bedroom.charm WS-OU mo SIlO 'I t. a:;
Nicely\ :
front back callCHUCK i ', :
My equity and ;;;;;:- D Fen For more Legal Advertising _
landaraped. $12.500. S14600 K400 S-Bdroom. B o A *oc.CHOBNTHALER .
lake over a >OI 4'ie1.. mortgage dining room paneled Florida CO 3H-31S3 \; ..I I .II!
payable at 162 M per month Includri oom. cloeed gars.e. Inroad School. TEa 4 WKEHW: 3/W U .
tax.or will re-finance. 3010 CY 3-1301. 79-l 31.00 1'1 THE riiu-riT roi'itr (>r THE w : ,
Elm!; 81. NW. Blltmor Bhopal -- r -- --- f.NTH! JIDUItL ( IHTIirI.CIKMtA tot 11R1 '
30-2! ALL BRICK HOME: BEDROOM houe,, 3 bath acnen- ) IN AND .ua ntLKOINTV. Jj I
.-Bedroom*, 2 baths paneled llvig ed porch Talk terns. Lake Elbert I.* a HAN( HV f II 1-t N _
I. room. large Florida room built- :.t.1.. No qualifying CY 34733 orCY Rail T* Fererl... ...rt,..* ,
A LOT for the MONEYA In O E kitchen with lumlnou cell- 4-37M 3S-TF TM N.. M7aIS4MIRIT -- --. ---
I.... utility room larraaao flour ----.--- --- FKDRRAL HAVINUfl AND '
lot of lot, a lot of structure leautifully landcapd. Outald OUR L.OII YOUR OAIN DAN AaflUCIATION OF WINTER I I I ;:fJ 'r.,eo'rv) v'l )
city but hat city water and era T.kp up payment on a well locali A YEN. & ,) ft: 4pT \tw
A lot of distinctiveness a . CB home In Lake : 'J'" .J ,
er School but to all rhooU l-b of attractiveness a lot of convenience 1600 DOWN 116 MONTH "'red Payment lea* than 13 O'rr you WA.CE i-t- H Hfi 0...'. ..I i r /

a lot of comfort, a lot CY 11915 .KTF .. monk FR 3-1482 11-No II "AXES O JOHNSON, ET: A I.rurandanli.. Mt(iNu tm. OKAv ( ) (J I 'r.4(1. IAR,a 1 iNat. }

of good neighbors, a lot o( gal.'" NOTICE!: OF II IT t.o loiG o "\\ :J) '\ -f. \
dsirability TO 1 LLOYD (t llOAI.IION and --
view and a lot of Just plain LAKEFRONT HOME r M 00.4TO "
2300 12th St. NW wire TAIL! I
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for a retired couple. Whoa Whereabouta I* unroukao.a LTTL, -

A screened breezeway, a closed SPACIOUS HOME IN 118bedroom 3-bath. norldaroom. ; notified that NAv J Jit. I
,, L R. kitchen and dinette hereby '
garage, a Heatilator fireplace ullt-ln electric oven and .urf..,. plaintiff ha Instituted wit aaalnitM
and all for $12,500.00 on t the CHOICE unl" Double carport. Central air ,. In the above aIled Court and .
Located tho nature of Mid suit U a Bill to
!keg head. Contact I reduced from Ill.tOO to In 8E: *M-tk>* on Lake Klola. Jaloulalde I oreclo** DM.nH .
ilS.DuO ISM fl of living area, S-Br city limit. Day CY SS13INight In Hook SOU Page
with lile .. 3-4111. Bonk 37. Paso MS, and OlKm .
VAN DUYNE 2 tiled bath., large rR 4 .bnd. CY
floor LR. 33 5 10 with, fireplac 33-J. 77, Pag SIS. public reeve< "I .. .j..(
kitchen. patio laundry room. ",ork- 1 of Polk County. FtoOds..ecumbe' :1 _
Real Estate & In! clop. 1 car garage. llfetlim' root. GOOD BUT! lips all: the following d.errlbed reratal < ." .:,.- 'ftrL _.
tree, lak aecea. lot ISO 145. "-"' _,1" bathi, central' healIng m Polk County, Florid, I to- -( a 1/i ',t>o -/ .
ITS W. Central ZlHU6 Wall a ceiling Installation. 3 AC. Good location clue to alchoole wit
35 11.700 down Call CY S-ntt or Ba Contact Mr Lama Lot IS of Lake Silver TerraSuhdlvbrlon /" _
Conscientious service for yrl. tow U3-417I 1-T r Engllih XIIUO -:: winter Haven Frlda. .. -- - ----

shown by or Bli
-- map :
2S-3O !.AROE "bedroom eM......... ",Ith IdSOO month 104th thereof recorded In Ih. OffW M That pWVI/D LOU PANOfB AT Ise I A11wrrNAr aMl frttW7Aa
----- over 1 sere of lead Close-la W.. *:': M DOWN NW-3-BR CB Iman i of Ih* Clark of the Circuit (Cou! FIANK eeeow PUTS MIC srariM TO nm II I GAN"'V n''NAGAN l #'WfSMsW.v.pJ,
FOR SOLE IIY O0NCR! I.r .y.lpm sad tractor ..... AIabedreem dlatr occupancy C F McComlc In and for Polk ("' Pate;1' rrsrIre / .
l.i.'v taki-il. home overlook) horn. CY .. & 29-1 CY S-3MS 3S- I asa- Plat Rook IS 4 -
Broker >atWgt na+r MrurI
tk Word, r-.i north ahore. Jual and you are hereby notified to Iiyser : i1A : terrxNAt
t. > nd ,',prt.," carden; escluali E AREA HOME: 1.01ELY IT4Tt.LY 0AM aniwer m other ptadinrnlaiellfre rJlaw r II I MdfIWIIO/
..,I.di* i-i. n ruuntry living, ell)' HJedroom block practeallv I new. t NO lIAmiSo0.r complaint In the Offhand b '
ali down Prtojd iIIS of lit. Clark of Iherrvlt r'Mtt
i.4u.Tii.n. Lante lot Fully :; bath Sl.MO living room -wparatidtalng I
: : : BaTTATIS :. thereof to Bummri
< i >i>'liii''>n.il, 4 bedroom. tl 100 LEON A REAL area I badroonu 2 beau mall copy
| bail-t Ian living, room ..pare Ave C SE. CY M1S7. CY tiled' bathrooms kitchen wilt tin and tsar 144 Avenue B. NW,
350.. tlfully Florida or before
boUt flame
kitchen.with 3-248S dlehwahrr Winter
doH" r.-.m dehue built In refrkmalor.
.r l IMH' la.... reined pore dtapoHl a I.... adolnln, November IT. IM. or *uffDeere >
and -' "horn IMarl)' I CoafeaKi to b* ei t
host ample cloet FOR SALE I Is eoavenlewstorage Pro
rag TI.* trriiin> floor sate. new ...01.... kitchen. Pull.. pole Florida room Thn 4 the backyard U ......! *J.et youWITNMM
a. ehtldm. 4-3J33 JtTKBEDROOM nom hand a* the CUrl
t ighborhood" for MOO CY completely fenced Many tree* my
,.. thrown above at,... Court and th
.'v. act xh .l her no la buUdang a .... honvreaion of the
31-1 bore and abeda0 Owner old. Court at Rartow, Plo\
all, I.-:: 'rOO'all cf S-f7" male.. for Millng. A very good buy eel of -
down MO 14. 1M4n
-- --- haw 1100 aotnmer rich, thl October r
A raCy
If good credit CY Mill nuT Marjorie H RLOAM, JR ar

MORT :AOE: CON or WWTW MOtT B... 4 Wk.... Clerk Ore**) Court ro90 s ;
1964 MODELS Terra Firm Real Filets 144 Aveaw R, NW
NEWLY PAINTED I Ml 3 bad Whiter f I even. FlneMaOctober
GO SAVE UP TO C B home Double carport. lOt Cypress Card>III Read IS. S3 30 New 6. IS 4 -- -- .

$1,000.00 v rable.aruum I .E.yleea.eased toeatlM' aav ya MW ..hMng Phone mUff N0TNR or Ii71ITW/w TO I lore 'U A ,.. ... !!) ..... ,. r.. .. .. 1oI., .

I center* Owaer walklM tniiafm4.Maae* Loo ALJirhool ; --- 301Jt'ST I Slap P/OAL APPIII'TlO'O Dig4RALORIn FOE :,.., II IIP00 r LR II D.4$4iO .. P, .r ,,, 1 1Re C",'.,.i..4'. v : ., 54 i' "'RA, ... .K.. .. 'j. <, rljl
Map- Vbeiroom ec'rSR rv 'o 'M
14 B/R, 2 Bath A/Cond./ Down Pamteni' AIC COMPLETED New R. "'a'. elWARREN e r r e. "'' ANI .... tr, .A '" H, 'AllE : /
nge 1110 Seventh K retlrBent 'home Cloa Hat I T IEU R$ Atruko a.H .. 5 ., R.. I'Ntp'sNAt
Dishwasher. n." l Rrve O.
Range Oven 331 Av P. M. Lrvhtg dish' Dr.u.T. "i' Y$ 00 A .IO rryT SArM 'UI1e' Ma

Drapes Carpeted Living NEW 3 brdreem ..-. Dawoe. and Flonal aaa5i rpBY *ll Warn H Mar foae, are! PS OQS r. a AA ABI-.
Intercom moor CY tenth !, Mop sled thai 1 r !16178 Awl! J c
Patio. .
Room. .0050. $1000 per = have old. mr final report aa Eleortrta :
System, Large Lot. .1 of th* ..)* of Wa.....
T ......* oUeeMd that. fcavfiled ?

24 B/R 1 Bath. Ceiling .!IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllLease!' I New Plenty COUNTRY of *pac RATE* Fruit to *eOlB ....".my sad ntma thee t foe wnl Meal a*.4vIk du.t<.. 03 I Ihp i ,

Heat Terrazzo Floors 4mum, 1-tathPte morn wH Hoer RlrKrd A -*n*
Option are aad plan ma*. Can PI
Choice Location > .dtt.r.: rWntr J.dg of Pile *
ft Oven.
Range: eW .. bm.den lancet .Ida *. she S4ih dee of Novembeel
': Large Lot. | Southeast i ewlm.nlea pool _. ,,614. 'i..al *f in* earn* aw
frn, Wmtrr Naea P'" c.JIj'! for fI'I.dlacnarr a* F.ieoMrtinf ,

J4 B/R. 1 Bath Ceiling 1 Lovely family bom now /V J UIZ -_. I I tile eetaM *f Warn T SeltoiSeeeaod ,
Heat Terrazzo Floors E: available on leas* option :-: I I TMa = dee *Irk 144

BuiH-la Range. Large Tare large bedrooms Eye Catcher .
g bails. IC ntrri .f Ik* MlataeT aW.er.e
Corner Lot. Fruit Trees. tile bath, no5 i w as.e D..aw
I s: two You Betcha ,,- -- --- --- .
kitcbeas .a nr ir") SNARL --
I rids room, large ---
FCiANC with tmfll-in ovea, tinge Beautifully landscaped ." Y W wauC. I 7IOOKOOT/ITS
FHA I dishwssher. Air Tao orated 1 .e !If......... IrM.rvao NIIrW CIA/W v, A .. .
LOSE TOSilO s completely PIer14.M ., rt.41NG Ioosf4
INI.( i $tar.a BA r let n.
SHOPPING i ditiootrs and draperies bedroom I bath hoax, la ( II I a. 11M 1. 1654wnylf A- Z r
0 L I i / v r Yet eawi
7054ay r 67A! i e ,!,'."t'ERS niVRCHES.AM I Included. Immediate <*- excellent location Total I 1 Or-IiO5Ow InRPntiPR } I I d [O pIVNr'h' $

OITSTANDINO) : i eupaney., $150 per month price I10>JO. 4Vt% wort- rMTITIOf FAME ,,( && &

B' YS IF YOIACT i For details and U> let can gate payable $U45 eau I \If... Ie heeewv .!.,.. th*, ....i :

'C .W CALL TODAY 1 GERTRUDE MTANI Our pleasure, tt saowiBl I 'rrsr.rkcwrk at the C4.45q Cmjrtj "i

I >'>u tha offerinf. I : flBJBf/ Plenty rels.wl
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Friday. October 3'i* .W4

GOP Study Group Accuses Overempnsi direct Aeronautics bearing and by Spece on the our AdmtnlstTMlon National safety.. Atom Powered High School

(NASA) on Apollo has Carriers Set Has Career
led to a slowdown of unmanned l
LBJ Of Endangering Space scientific. apace txploratlon. PENSACOLA (UPI) Sec re. Guidance Kits CLOUD 9
1fT h. multl-
manned Soviet tary of the Navy Paul H. NltM
satellite launched Into orbit and said Thursday the United States C. H. Ortl, principal, announced
successfully landed focuses at. would probably have atomic that a new Chronicle
Program For Own PositionWASHINGTON tentlon on the deplorable plan. powered aircraft carriers work. Guidance Career Kit la avail-
Mpg and management of our Ing with the fleets in 1967. able In the Winter Haven Senior
own costly space effort Nit Ie, In a speech at the High School tor the UM of students I INTRODUCES
(UPI-A Re force Other members Included ------ naval air station here, said the and adults In this area.
puMlcan study group leas I ac. scientists: Edward Teller and Brown Chides plans for the hug ships were The Career provides cur-
owed the Johnson adu mistra- Willard F. Libby and Gen. Ar drawn because of the successof rent Information about specific
Man of sacrificing national security thur Trudeau, former Arm' Bryant BurnsTAMPA the Navy with nuclear job, scholarships, college entrance
In the nation's space chief of research and develop. powered submarines. requlrrnents and college -
program to enhance Its political ment. (UPJ-Florida GOP Milan also played up the part >q>enB...The file was pro- KAYE GAYLE
,*,"011. The task force report in part Chairman Tom F. Brown said of missiles In the modern Navy, vided by the Rotary Club.
The GOP t talk force on said: Thursday a preclnUby.preclnct and said one day the eicplora.
"Space, Science and the Atom" "The ever.widening apace gap canvass of Florida shows Sen. tlon of the sea will rival It adds a large number of
Mid Thursday that the admin- Is the Inevitable product of administration Barry Coldwater will carry the space probes in Importance. pamphlet, occupational briefs,
tration's emphasis on the provided by the state "b> a substantial plura. -------- reprints, and poster materials, AT THE PIANO BAR
Apollo program to land a man Democrats, Their performance llty." to the material already available
on the moon has allowed Russia Is characterized by over spending Brown also chided C ov. Far. New NameDAR in the school.Additional .
to Increase its lead In other with clearly meager results; rls Bryant and Democratic gu. accurate and use-
areas of space. It also has excessive cenlralltatlon of con. bernatorial nominee Haydon ES Salaam, TancanlaUP ful Information about Jobs and I 8:30: to 12:30:
forced U.S. scientists to neglect trol with Impaired direction and Burns for their public disagree. ( ) The new name of the educational opportunities will Nightly Sat 7:30 to 12:00:
military space projects the decision, and partisan political mint over the outcome of the United Republic of Tanganyika be received each month from 1 .
considerations and Zanzibar Is Tanzania: and Chronicle Guidance Publications
panel charged. displacing national election. Bryant says President
In Its report to COP presidential security objectives."The Johnson will carry Florida, but the Tanzanian who suggested It the publishers of the
nominee Barry M. Gold-), Imbalance In our space Burns thinks Goldwater will has won $28.Announcing. Career Kit, to keep the material
water, the task force also criti program is demonstrated by the carry the state."Bryant the new name current and uptodate.The COCKTAIL HOUR
cized Defense Secretary RobertS. stark contrast between meager must have been Thursday, President Julius School Invites parents,
McNamara for scrapping a funding of military space projects taking a hooded squint into a Kyerere' said that persons from students, out-of-school youth .waauwa 5:30: 6:30: Monday thru Friday
all over the world had sent In and all other Interested partiesto
proposed military satellltecommunlcatlons and extravagant spendingfor !: heavily clouded crystal ball"
the when he Ideas since the search for a make use of the kit to help
system and the man on the moon predicted Johnson Gardens Road Phone 243.1321NORTH
Dyna-Soar project. (Apollo)program. would win Florida, Brown said name was announced three answer their vocational and educational -
Lewis L. Strauss, former "The exploitation of space In He suggested Bryant and Burns months ago The name of the questions by contactIng -
chairman of the Atomic Energy the Immediate neighborhood of "draw straws" to see which is prize winner was not an Dualne Whitmer, guidance
Commission, headed the task our planet has a much more right nounced. director.



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Why are these little men tooting their horns and beating their drum? It's

;;. because EVERYONE is heading for the Big AUNT JEMIMA JAMBOREE
', ;a. Celebration being held at NORTH GATE this Saturday. Aunt

Jemima Pancakes, Staley Delicious Syrup, and Folger's Mountain

Grown Coffee, all for you .

1' PANCAKES :.. ; tt '10U CAN EAT

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= DELICIOUS 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow


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Attend The Halloween CostumeFOLGER'S

,. Parade 11 a.m. Saturday.9lleemate

0 ( Chimp Circus Plus

8 Exciting Rides

MOUNTAIN GROWNCOFFEE ., Non-dairy coffee creamer Saturday Last Day!

mee from (@nation) Aluay Plenty 01 Free ParkingNot

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