Winter Haven daily news-chief
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 Material Information
Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00002
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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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Sen. Scott Kelly of lakeland Looks On Patti G.tal.r and Carol Weth.rlngton

Sure Thing Captures Imperial I

Horse Show Jumper Sweepstakes News-Chief

of Green of North Branch, NJ., and I
VHLLM Chance Hill Farm
By THURSTON Staff Writer wich. Conn., and ridden by den by Carol Hofmann tied In The News-CMpf Citrus Capital l Of The World

David Kelley, survived two extra in a beautiful duel for top
Sure Thing lived up to his Jump.offi to win the main ors In the second jump-off. !
Dime and won the $5,000 Florida event of the five-day show. These two horses, along FEBRUARY 3f 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS, I

Orange Concentrate Jumper For Kelley It was his we- Blue Plum owned by
Sweepstake at the Fifth Annual ond consecutive victory in this Hill Farm and alto ridden
Imperial Hone Show yes- event. He won last year with Kelley; Anaconda, owned
Windsor Castle and was aboard Mary Mairs of Wallpack, N
Complete summaries of Sat- the $50,000 beauty again yesterday and ridden by Frank ;
urd.,'. and Sunday'i events at but It was I non.jumping and Manon owned by Crashes
the Imperial Charity Horne mood cleared two jumps Farm of llolmdale, N.J.,
Show, and additional picture and then balked. Kelley tried Chapot up entered the
will be found on page S.terdaj three times to get it over but jump-off after perfect ride
failed. He then withdrew the the first jumpoff.Sure I

afternoon! in a ,iplU- horse from competition. Think and Can't
marred event. Sure Thing and Can't Tell, both completed the final :

The winning horse, owned bj owned by Windy Acre Farm (Continued on Page ,6, Col i

Snively Trust: Transacts: :. Ten Aboard '.


$9 Million Property South Central

One of the largest tramaetton of Polk County and owned by According to the tax .

I ta land/and other bold- the SnlvelTrust, .. ahown in state and federal the Plane: Stalls -

.- .tagi wit,.tde.lhifjBormng ,lgal I ... when deed in execM o( $11 mil- As trustee tor'the "'estate, mostly for landttVTh .
dollar were filed in Bar- "
boa John Snively, Jr.: made tit anoint came to $53,40240. ; After Take-Off

tow.The land deala were for sale transfer to the Long Realty Further information waa
of ranch lands, grove lands and and Investment Company of available I about the
certain: Iota within the borders Tampa. I at press time. 5)t GAINESVILLE Fla UPI-
: All 10 persons aboard were
killed today when a shuttle! airliner -
crashed and burned! on
Set Rivals Work
Chairmen Political takeoff from the Gainesville

.. pre.rYr municipal airport.
The Federal Aviation Agency

said the pilot and nine passeng-
For 1964) Heart On ReRegistrationTop I ers of the twin engine Beech-.
craft were trapped In the flaming
wreckage of South Central

Fund Campaign executives of the Polk! i been available in local Airlines' Flight 510 when It
County organuatione of both m unit if* only half of the moments after taking
off for Jacksonville
major political parties got together pie previously registered
Witnesses said the plane l
this morning to work together registered. w a
reached an altitude of about 200
on a project of interest Serving as Gibson's -
to both of them: voter re man la Republican Ed Jones feet, veered sharply! to the left,
registration. Winter Haven Jones i I. t bs, At and plunged back to the run
former chairman of the ..,.
This dramatic step the two
.Y rak Republican executive The dead were not Immediately
rivals working together was
Identified, Authorities
brought about by a feeling oconcern
that the re.registration John Mercer was roped off the area and kept
was progressing, too solwly.W secretary of the group newsmen away until federal officials -
0. Gibson, Jr. of Bsrtow, three officers will serve could get to the scene
t slat democratic executive committee of seven to try "It just took a second for ito
committeeman was elected I work up a plan for a re. I II fill down," said- Mrs. Jea
chairman of the group. tration drive. I ( Ann Rowell, an airport em-
7 v'MOSELET t Gibson urged the group .to I Each of the poy. ', .
supplement and assist any way chose two people to serve *, one seriously, his morning In "It looked like It stalled, like
WOOD we can" the supervisor of re the committee. Gibson' (' Jean Bush, 22ll-J4th St., NW, maybe the pilot tried to take.
registration In the raregistratioa the Lakeland and Lake too steep of an angle
and observation and her sister, Betty
Dr. Arthur J. Moseley drive Jaycee presidents, Jack 'As soon as It bit, the gasoline
Mr*. John G. Wood will be co- I During the four weeks the lips and Wally Hsrtwlg. of Modesta, Cilif., wet treated started spilling and, the

chairmen of Winter Haven's books have been havei Jones chose Chuck Bishop flame shot up." ,*
radio station WIPC la several'olIsera
1964 Heart Fund Drive, it was Mrs. Rowell\ and -
I Wiles, who has worked in rushed to the plane In 'I
announced today by Robert W. Slated type of drive before and Man Killed limousine and tried to aid the
Rutledge, Polk County Cam Classes many Ideas, and E. H. rapped victims but It was too
palgn manager lenberg of Winter Haven. ( l.te. -

Proceeds of the drive will be The group plane to work "We tried to open the 'door
used through research laboratories For Grey LadiesWinter closely with the Jaycees to At Haines City but it was locked from the In-
ordinate the
across the state and campaign Some aide," she said "We saw two
the Jaycee clubs have .a Alfred U. S. Air Force for four yean. men, one st the door both, budis -
the nation to fight started their I I
throughout own drives. .
was lie waa a member of the Loyal were burning
Haven area Chapter started the
heart diseases now responsible Bishop I morn Order of Moose Lodge 1023 o l South Central, headquartewdt
American Red Cross, will hold off by giving rundown of
for more than 54 per cent of a car Winter Haven and was a member Deals, Fla, file a bout'"33
all deaths in the United States. a series of Indoctrination classes 'Operation Vote" program the side of International Brotherhood planes out of Gainesville dally,
for those to qualify worked on a couple of
These diseases Include bear! wishing north of Electrical Worker Police Lt Courtney Robert
Ladies from Feb. 11 He said students In
a* Gray ago
attack stroke high blood presaure Rd. lie I I. survived by his widow, said flame engulfed the entire
to Feb. 19, it was made known high school Problems of
and hardening of the arteries today by Mrs. fluids Glass, mocracy classes appeared ., Pa- Lake Alfred; his mother and (Continued on Page 6, Col'J)
rheumatic fever and
father Mr. and Mrs. Wind.G. "*
defect executive director. (Continued on Page (, Col. ; *
John: C. .
Enfinger of Polk City; s
There to be daytime
,The annual nationwide campaign
Miss, sister Mrs. Wilma E. Howell
the evening classes to allow for GAINESVILLE Fla (UP!)-
which supports re-
the Lakeland and
of ; a brother,
those who may be otherwise resident Sam Coveter of South
search education and community
Club Fund the high- Steve T Enfinger of Lakeland
service program of the busy at one time or another Key should Funeral services will be held Central Airlines said the followIng *
The daytime classes will be aboard the
American Heart Association McGee tomorrow afternoon at 2 from persona were ..
held from I 30 o'clock to 11:30: that crashed and
and Its affiliatea and chapter, .trailer the Ott-Laughlln Funeral Horn
will be conducted throughoutthe o'clock and 1:30: to J.30: o'clock, burned here today: I.
T otalls $$621 but it with Elder Guy Crawford snd
on Feb. 11th and evening classes '
month of February. lane. Elder Claude DeShong officiat 1. Roger Thompson Joccos
will be held from 7:30 to
In a Joint statement the cochairmen : : ) Into the ing. Burial will follow in Oak G., the pilot.
laid Thla assignment I:30 o'clock, on both Feb. 11th I 2. R. Anderson.
The Winter Haven lost Grove Cemetery in Lake Alfred
la challenging because the and Feb. 13th. All these ee.- School Key Club announced that 3. Kenneth If. Macksy, prom-
heart cause la so very Important slons will be held at Winter rent Ocala Investor and developer -
day that it collected $ 2l.97 into Pall bearer will be D. L.
It Is unique in that it is Haven Chapter headquarters, the recent Parker- concerned with a great complexof 55 Fifth Street, NW On Feb. morial "Dollar for Sc T. B. Montoya, C. A. Williams 4. A Mr. Eaton
diseases which constitutes the 19th there will be an orientation I
drive. 5. Mrs. Eaton
a and Parker.Premier .
R. L.
No. 1 U. S. bea'th problem of session at Winter Haven Hospital According to a club :: :!: : : r:: I a total (. Dr. J. W, Willingnam, as*
our times." They added that at 10 o'clock, for those I man the mount Is more was .!stint director of the Univer-
announcement of Heart Sunday who attend the daytime classes, twice a* much aa ever Enlai ally of Florida school of forestry. -
chairman and ether and at 7:30 o'clock for those/ ed In any of the previous handled .
men would be made ..u'hllr'l taking part In the evening class* sal drlvea charges To Visit Burma T. Dr. Willis C. Cowper-
Dr. Moseley and Mrs. Wood e*. Dave Fisher club thwsite head of the Florida
have been active m the affair While quite a number of said he wished to extend Haven LONDON (LTD Commu plant board. _.
of the Polk County Heart Council ladies already have signified thanks to the* many resident Tarn- gist Chinese Premier Chou En. I. D. V. Legate, Gainesville.
sine ita formation hi 1955. their intention of participatingIn the Winter Haven-Lake was si and Foreign Minister Chen .. A. Servos, Gainesville' .
They have both served cm the this program many more area who made the success Yl will visit Burma, Pakistanand 10. Bill Gibbs, assistant tin!.
board of director of the Florida are wanted to qualify The :ac- the drive possible and also of Ceylon, the New China .rsity of Tennessee basketball

(Continued oa Page I, Cot I) I II (I (Continued on Page 6, CoL I) (Continued on Page I, CoL [ ) the News Agency said today. aclu'J




I Faculty Night Beymer I Has Big AudienceThere \

Grace Lutheran The Weather-Local State And National Scheduled At Church Workshop, \

was a large attend- in accredited director la Chriitlaa them. Billy Kirk Mary JmDuncanioa

Communion High SchoolThe I met at Beymer Memorial education, direct the ind June Knight ot

L Winter Raven Senior Methodist Church Sunday aft study of "Leaderihlp In the the MYF led the devotlonili
i Mrs William Selfert
\ High School Perent-Teacher- ernoon for the cpinlng sessionof Methodist Youth Fellowship"and tbtorganist

Services Held : : Student Association wil feature the Christian Workers School the Rev W L. Joyner pal- Next Sunday it the 11 ant

i l .. "Faculty Appreciation" tonightat which tight Methodist congregations tor of First Church, Lake I service the sermon will be

... ., ..re+ ev lie to regular meeting scheduled of the area will bt holdIng Wales, en "Tht Methodist preached by the Rev. Joht
begin at 7:30: at the
Tb Sacrament of Holy Communion acoool. etch Sunday through March Youth FtUowihlp'i Relation toAdult. Wagner, minister of the LuUv

was calibrated at the The heads of each department 1. .." arm Church In America and
Taking part In the two-hour Memorial Church Inaugurated a borne minion executive oi
regular In the high school will
Sunday morning worship the National Council of Church.
give an explanation of the work sessions art church school its double service iched-
service it Grid Lutheran. \ that their department encore- worker of the First and Lena uled Sunday morning and this .., who It also one of the
Church. ik 1 q piisee.KnutD. Vista churches of Auburndalt, plan will continue through the speaker it the annual Florid
The Church Choir sing the Celk president will the Memorial Trinity and St. Easter ....011. The pastor the Chain of Missionary: Aiiernb
preside over the meeting and John's congregation of Winter Rev. Leo F. King preached it lies opening it 7:30: that nigh
opening sentence, 0 Holy t 1 1h AstvM ry, full attendance la urged. Haven and the churchesat both the 1:30: and 11 a m. set la the First Christian Church
Spirit, Enter la." Teachers will ill be present Lake Alfred, Eloise and vices and administered the Dr. Wagner will also preach at,
The Itty. Liwson Knight, formerly ao that parent can arrange Dundee. Sacrament of the Holy Com 1:30 i in. it the church service
pastor of Faith Church, appointment. Dr. Harold F. Buell, pastorof munion at the earlier hour. it the Hivendalt Drive!
Hyde Park Church Tampa, One new number wn welcomed Church, sponsored by this par
Hiileah, and DOW of Saginaw, li Instructor in the elm on by letter of transfer at tin.
Mich., wn guest speaker HIi! Jaycees To See "Tht Work of the Local: the 11 o'clock: worship. The
text wn Luke 10:28: the parable Church. Mri. John Sander chapel lang an anthem and the
of the lOwer and the seed, Film On Reds ion, wife of the pastor at call to worship from the bal BACKACHE &
Haines City, ti leading the cony. The chancel choir lang
n, .urged the congregation to The Winter for anthem,
Haven Jaycees count on teaching children the offertory "Prayerof
be. like the seed which fill en will see a film dealing with departmental heads and teach- St. Francs of Anlii", directed E I
good ground and bore fruit, : : : Communist subversive elements erf. by M. L. Chltholm min coE!ml I s d8n

tBi\they should be food hare la America at their regular The Her. T. Newton Wise later of music with Mri. J. D tar .
meeting tonight at 7:30 at putor of First Church Plant Nicholli ai organiit. Fred Bon- Mattene .rtc1, aa u ter
cti.iod tell then about Jesus RAIN AND SNOW Snow ti forecast for the extreme north west Pacific re. the clubhouse City, and former aouthcastern steel youth director, assisted Prose ee4 ao .r l. per :. 'J SE

Christ flton today end tht lower regions of the Southern Plaint and the Rockies. Rain ti forecast The film, "Communist Encirclement secretary of the American Bible King In the lervlce. ro. &ear lone.Ihtnd.reeeo.dnIhs.se.bas 11_ .ed uItt.r,rrom, "d"I1"Nead.oche .
The Junior Walther League ," li In color Society li giving Instruction In the evening worship one lir.d. des
for the mld-Atl.ntie states and the southern portions of the nation. Most of the All it Ii tmt\ : Orrtx
Jaycees and "How to attended of the ..
other Inter- in the course on of the best
met Sunday evening at T
p.m. of the will weather with about normal for this time ecoon set
rest nation fair .
Miss Ellen Mange conducted enjoy temperature cited person are urged to at Read and Study the Bible. year, King preached on "Con- urblni, .n4 Irrlutlni tot ailiulo I >rmi.'* rdiMlonrrax ,
of year. tend. The clubhouse is on Sixth Mri. A. T. Andersen memo taglouf Christianity" and the M feuuuu. red MUM l'"'
the opening devotioni. A bull- I I St., SE. ber of Memorial Church and Wesley Chorale sang the an I
nest meeting refreihmenti, reenietion Florida Zones LOCAL OVTLOOK Five Day Forecast

and doting devotions Considerable cloudiness
PanhandleOccasional I' through Tuesday with chance Five diy forecast for ptnlnaulir -
rounded,out the evening' ictfvltiea. -
rain today, tonight of scattered light rain. High Florida for period beginning
.. I
M.Uni and religious classes ind Tulld.,. A little today 60 to 85, low tonight: 45 T p.m. tonight: and ending ANOTHER FRESH SHIPMENT

were held 11 scheduled todiy.JL cooler Interior tonight. High to 55. Northeast to east winds 7 p.m. Saturday:

meeting of the Million today in the 30'., low tonight 3t S to 15 milei per hour. Temperatures through Saturday -
Council bn been called for to 42 Interior and <42 to 50 will average near or slightly
Tuesday at 11:30: a.m. in the elsewhere. Easterly winds 10 to above normal. Warmer beginning

pwtor'i at.tud usual,. Wednesday.A AU cbolra. rehearse I 20 milei per hour. Villas MeetingIs latter of portion period of turning week. Sample cooler Lindseq y Tues. & Wed. saes' Two Days Only!

special meeting of the Worn- North PostponedThe dally: ranges: Tallahassee 69-43
..'. Guild Board If being held I Considerable cloudlneii Tampa 72-52 and Miami 76-58.

Thuriday at 7:30: p.m. la the through Tuesday with chance casual membership Precipitation averaging around

Ubriry-Conferenct Room at of scattered light rsln. High meeting of the Villas Club was ont inch but locally heavier ROSE BUSHES
announced by Vri. frank Sltlllen."prtildent. today 60 to5, low tonight 45 postponed from Its originally amount will occur on ind off TRUCK LOAD SALE :
to M. Northeast to east winds I scheduled date yesterday and through most of the period but ROSE HEDGIISItreught !
The Sunshine Club win hold S to IS miles per hour. rescheduled for next Sunday, a with heaviest amounts about &

Its regular monthly meeting on club spokesman said Iod.,. midweek.Temperatures. to m FIELD-FRESH direct from the : I NOT
Thursday at Boon beginningwith CentralConsiderable One of the Important topics
a covered dish luncheon. eloudlneti I of discussion at the meeting InternotlofloJIy famous "ROSI GARDEN of AMERICA" BAREROOT
Vicar Charles Gundermao will through Tuesday with chanceof was to hive been on the poiiibllltlei -
present the third la the series nattered light rain. High of rebuilding the plush Field Fresh Packaged

on the Apoitlei. The Midweek today u to 70, low tonight In club which was destroyed on ENJOY NATURE'S
Bible Dm meets Thursday the 10'.. Northeast to ...t Jan. 10 in a flve-hour fire. Ever Blooming Color Pictured
mwnlag at t:30: a.m., continuing winds I to 15 miles per hour, The meeting war postponed By United< Press International OWN BEAUTIFUL
Its study of I Cortnthiini. Increasing some Tuud" i because of conflict with the Imperial Low High

Sunday School officers and Charity Hone Show. Albuquerque ....... 23 49 ROSE BUSHES FLOWERING
stiff will meet Thursday evening South Atlanta .... ..... 38 SS
at TJO: In the perish hall. Partly cloudy and mild Birmingham ....... M LIVING FENCE! .

AU members are liked to be through Tuesday. High todayla Revenue Agents Boston ............. IS 39 in Send
ad vise the
Expert ro .
present. the 70'i, low, tonight S3 to 60. Chicago ....... .... 29 35 nurserymen present en proper planting flowers rummer
The congregation it remind. Northeast to east winds I to 13 Smash Stills Cleveland ... ....... U 33 care of rote (rathe, bright berries in winter!
ed 6f the smorgasbord next mUll per hour, Increasing Denver ..... .. ..... 17 40
Sunday from I.' p.m. In the some Tulld.,. NEWPORT Tena. (UPI- Detroit ........... 'IT, S3 e
parish ball. Tickets may beobtained Rtvenut agents Sunday Jacksonville! .....t, SO 60
from any Women' KeyT smashed an underground still Kansas City ...... ... 41 60
Giiild member. Putt cloudy and mild capable ef producing T.OOO gallons Los Angeles ..... .... 4T T4 "Ct
There will be I service of through Tuesday High today of lllegil whisky i day Miami ... ..........63 T4 brM !
Holy: Communion at 7:30 p.m. 73, sow tonight In the 80'.. The agents estimated the Miami Beach ....... 68 T2
op.Alb Wednesday, Feb. 13.Thli Northeast to east winds g to 13 stills would have cost the government Twin Cities ...,...... 13 29
if the first in the series :miles per hour, Incriaalng up to $1,000 per diy Nn Orleans ...,.,., SO 60 Most Desirable
of.midweek Lenten services some Tueidiy.Citrus In Us losses. New York ..... .... .. 20 44 WNOVfD for
Orlando ............ 53 68 City
TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT TO Philadelphia .......21 44 J 0 'lmprv' tn.rnllumb ..
GO OUT TO A MOVIIITk Industry Hospital News Phoenix .........., 43 TO jL.4 .
Raleigh ............ 26 52 o Eiiy t. keep wlthhkcuridi
th.,. wee the site .* the Has Large Group St. Louis 32 Ie Net
kick .' a mill (trait* ear th.tte.th < Winter Haven Sin Francisco ......, S3 65 (&>//) Double, Dowers el rival frawfhflowers spread I by red l
"Quit hniUe.'' I'm *.'.!. At Dallas Meet Mri. ROil Bergdorf Baby Seattle ............. 33 49 Tt'I cirltt bloom la .
I,. ei fut is I nit." Tara L. Froemkt, Mri. Tampa .............65 70 clusters from '+" In iummtr

Florida' citrus processing Industry James W. Colon Mri. William Washington ..... ,..27 50I JunnnlillrOlr.AprolaficCJimbo berries I In winter I
OPEN 1145 P.M. DAILY : la well represented at L. Collins, Malachi I r. Dlate CM kt miljr trainedsndwilireachep"Ilfooys;

Continuous from 2 P.M. the annual convention of the Whitley, Mri. Nell 0. Carter, XXX Jumbo Rose Fence Plants
National Canners Association Richard D. Bartlett, Mrs P+r will".,thouundi of nquliitt
In** SUN. art SAT. l
In Dallas Billy: Traylor. Area DeathWARREN a to J Inch lowers oo .
CMtI._ frees 1 P.M. which started today / every privacy protection beauty
Lake pltR' Plinth
Eagle / iJ f,, w now and enjoy) 11
Tex.The Mn.: Queen S. Feegin.Aaburndale 1/ far years to come.COLLECTION.
Florida Canners Association f The lew** CM* here h II PLANTS

report 14 representativesare B. TAYLOR tilt ..... ree see grew. (17'/i fI.J .,..... 3"
11 1.- attending the convention, Ores Turner, W. B. Herndon Warren B. Taylor 46, MOo 10
Mri. Edward Shumite.Mri. 3 for $399 Tkkk. flewtrhif r e I e PLANTS 7" I
and seven companies are rep Lillian P. Patrick. meats, 111., died yesterday afternoon [ hedge pleM tint grew III ft..J .... ...
resented. In Winter Haven Hoipltal n
TODAY Y thru TUESDAY Haines City 's' 'p ,. i tot high 41 PLANTS .11"
Among them are Held Jen- following a brief illness.He "A"
UVl ft.) .,.., ..
Mri. Bobby L. Dobbins, w eercfrae end 1
c.r.I llemMTb.. ace. TreeSweet Products Co., was stricken while visiting -- ntrtmely
3 New
Mrs. M. L. lloxe (red) PUNTS
wW Tklnf Tlwt'i HeeTe Fort Pierce, who it Florida Lake Alfred In Winter Haven.He 1IIr4f. (1t2Vs ft.) ....,,19"
Dead Peee Sleee JenyIEIlIIUTII Canners president and a director was a member of the
Stanley A. Wflkini, Wir-
'owls. of the national canners Baptist church of Momence,
: group and Daniel Rosenbaum, ren Taylor.Scoring 0:. VERY SPECIAL!
Sugar Rose Canning Co., Tan- Mra. James H. Collins, Survivor Include his parents, 1o
ASQ THE HOtTEST pa, also aa NCA director. Mri. Clint Banett Mr. and Mri. Lester Taylor, allwus BLUE RIBBON WINNERS
<< nc FCA representatives ire led Frostproof Momence, and i brother Phil

... .... by C. C. Rithbun chairmen Joseph A. LaClalr. Up Taylor Bradley, 111.
of the board and Warren E. Avon Park Funeral services will be heldat 10 most wanted names

IItIPiIll Savant executive vice president, Elton Lawrence. the Canaday-Booa Funeral : ought the world everY
both of Winter Haven. Waverly Home Momence, Friday afternoon .
... ., Others are: L. W. McKnJgnt Mri. Virgle Dunnaway. to be followed by burialIn Famous former
lid. and M. F. Parts, Holly Hill Winter Haven Momence Cemetery. patented
Fruit Product Co., Davenport; Local arrangements art In J-JE reset that sold regularly
rieJiiiift'II William Ron, Lake Hamilton SUNDAY'S DISMISSALS charge of Mitchell Funeral ; for ever $30.
Concentrate Inc., Bartow; Mra. Chloe Allen H. Knute Home.
Robert Hull. Sunshine Packers, Delk W. Sam Dunn Mra.
Inc., Fort Meade; J. H. Thomp- Clyde L. Eaton Mill Mil. Now eH 10 for less than 1/3 re?. price
ia 1&. J. ion and William Hart Winter dred Emerson Miss Jennifer
....m Garden Citrus Products Cooperative Ann Harper Mill Shirley Mortgage Year ebelce of I An 1/
6 1i1'owuutettwOfllEft. $599
600Mi1 $1099
.+ Winter Garden; and McKuhen Baby Edward J. Loans ? v seen G N row.
Odom Mill Susan C. Peters e 1111..1.
.. ewr.rw Phillip P. Caruso Paul Pin- ONLY
key, Charles H. Harris and William Hans H .Relmer Thomas J. IO. T.lk.o ui
K. Norvell, Southern Fruit Shealy, Mn. Charlei E. about yourproblems. Hue Ribbon Hue' Ribbon
;. Weeder Baby Deanna W. .
Cemlnf W.dN.sday. Distributors Orlando. Collection C G
West, Lester Wood Jr., NO APPRAISAL FEE Collection H
ROCK HUDSON In"MAN'S letter! Fresher!
Lake Alfred ON e Pmce 1y.II.w) a 2.1. QIM (the klacl rem\
; \ FAVORITIHAVEN Baby Paula Carver JohnH. FIRST MORTGAGES All Top Quality a Mireedydart/ ..41) a lewtll Tk.fMi (swre yelled, )
SPORr' Dame. FIRST MORTGAGE Time flue, emta frthncHy e e Ri Ckeritne A.dtrMi Armttrtu|h.hht) a left.. TI yeNary ,.41)
Haloes City: C ,
see ere IN.,1It tII. fMrb
John W. Clement pistol (tWIw..ies. ..hI41
AoburndaleMri. ef WINTER HAVEN fr... tke trew. 'iMmiy a Ceatrea "wH..I a I. T. M.nhtll t,l.k)
DALETHEATRE III Central Av., tv 3 31S1
A. W. Jones CouncilA.
: DRIYI.IN Sheffield. to. ILOOM 9UICXIR.TkT NO. 1

: Modern Bedroom ..*. eevw SMIeW SPECIAL ASSORTMENT
SALE I J **fRteTrtlr
:;.,';,.. tilra T..... Nit. I 11/s .Beth Mang.YOU 1 RMe
1 1I SAVE Mc'_ 2
: -IIIC.I.-l Terrazzo Floors U RESTAURANT;1 FEATURE; obey Heavy Year Old rink RM
aese elntt t". teem j 1 Wkl' |-
: Adult. t>..".1..1 Built In Range MONDAY t" .,.... ROSE 1 TWMCMASSORTMENT 1_
T.Iluee (twe-tau.
: :
H.e.mm.nJ.J' Sun Acres Geld.: Cher. (whew)
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..64.. mperial; Horse Show Weekend Results Listed I ISA

... bmplete summary of events by Thomas H. White Jr., second Pa., first Stonewall's Invasion, ,,.w :ron SI. Jayne, Reserve Cham Ind sixth;shown Red by Devil Nancy owned Dotson-and

III Saturday and Sunday at the ; Llppit Bob Kennuck, own- owned by John Crawford of shown by Tom Turnbull, 'leV-
alL! ferial Charity Horse Show ed by Mrs. E. J. Kerahaw of Wartrace, Tenn., and shown by Stake Working- King's Castle-, owned(500 enth.

I at follows: Ft Lauderdale and shown by W S. Garth Jr., second; Stonewall by Si Jayna and shown by Dorothy $500 Three-Galled Quarter
TVltDUtoct Laurlnda Kershaw third; Don Sportsman owned by Randolph Moreland, first; Let's Champion Adult Amateur -te
na Juanita owned and shownby Farms of Clearwater and Dance, owned by Fairfield' Ride Genius of Camelot,
z Seat Equitation (13- Mrs Lucille Kenyon of shown by Padl Randolph, third; Farms and shown by Rodney owned by Camelot Farms and
)ihadh.. i Calby Stephen of Sara- Fernandina Beach, fourth; R. Lady Warlord, owned by Dr. Jenkins, aecond; Belline ownedby I shown by Richard P. Grey,
;i, firat; Dianna Williams of R. Robbie Bracelet, owned by and Mrs. M. L. McLeod of Ramblewood Stables and first; Right Decision, owned by
and oC riO; Baron Given of DeLand Hainlin Mill Farm of Miami Norwood, N. C., and shown by shown by Earl Frazier third; I Holland Ranch and shown by
ch.the. ird; Margo Foster of Or- and shown by Emelyn Man- Harriet McLeod fourth; Mr. Daily Nip owned by Si Jayne Mrs. Elliott aecond; The Casanova
do, fourth; Ronnie Everhart gels, fifth; Sugar and Spice, Cypress Gardens, owned and and shown by Bunny Kizorek, owned by Adalaide Sny
ids Ft. Lauderdale, fifth; Di- owned and shown by Susan shown by John A. Snively Jr., at' + fourth; Norbu, owned by Patrick I der Enterprises, and shows by
nb. ma Hubbell of St. Petersburg, Wyllyi of Winter Haven sixth fifth. / tytL + M' Butler and Hans Senns, Mrs. Andrew Snyder, third;
ah; Richard Wtllisma of Stock Seat Equitation (13- Junior Champion Equitation fifth; L'Hiatorie. owned by Conversational Piece,
Iht aria, aeventh 17)-Cathy Stephen of Sarasota, (Saddle Seat 13 and Under- John ){. Wyatt and shown by and ahown by June Richer,
ch.It National Horse Show Saddle first; Dianna Williams of Largo Susan Snively of Winter Haven { 3t Y R.' r Peter J. P. Wilson, sixth; Ful- fourth; Miss Extra Special Mrs.
Event Susan Snively of bright owned by Country Club owned and shown by
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second; Baron Given of first; Marsha Jonea of
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'erar Haven firat Felicia Stablea and shown by Carlene Sandy Parker fifth; Boston Jubilee -
'.lD Inter ; DeLand third; Margo Foster of Coral Gables, second; Darden
D. E. Britt

owned by
Smith of Miami third; Mar- Orlando fourth; Ronnie Ever Kettler of Del Ray Beach, third; Sy Blunt aeventh; Passport Vail
and shown
iha Jones of Coral Gables, !' owned by Waverly Farms and by
hart of Ft. Lauderdale, fifth; Scotty Turnbull of Winter Haven e 1 Fair
sixth Tip
[fourth; Kathy O'Brien of West Dianna Hubbell of St. Petersburg fourth; Janie Dun of shown by Butch Gore eighth. I Beeman, Randolph; Farm and,
I Palm Beach, fifth; Janice Best Sportsman selected by owned by
sixth; Richard Williamsof Weat Palm Beach fifth; Janle
Paul Randolph *
shown by aev.enth.
Jonea of Coral Gables, sixth; Judges Leonard Francea- I
Largo seventh; Beverly Jones of Coral Gables, sixth; .
chin of Ottawa Canada. 1
Molly Corum of Tampa, seventh Griffith of Lake Wales, eighth. Patty Brown of Cocoa Beach, Single Hackney Pony GrandChampionship |300 Single Hackney Pony
National Horse Show Saddle seventh; Linda Gill of Ft. Lauderdale Amateur Championship Stake
Walking Horses, Mares to be seat Event Susan Snively of eighth Stake Crystal
I owned Driven by Amateur Crystal,
Jewel by Mri. Vic
ridden by an Amateur-Shoa- Winter Haven first Felicia Arabian Hones Mounted Costume
; ; toria Armstrong and shown by Jewel, owned by Mrs. Victoria-:
dow Blaz. ., owned and shown Smith of Miami second; Alone -Achdin, owned by Blue Armstrong, first; Pilot Model
1. Bill Robinson, first; Pilot Model
Nw [by V C, Gochner of Aurora Rogers of Miami, third; Marsha Creek Farm of Clinton S. C., owned by Mrs. Armstrong owned by Mrs. Victoria Arm,
n, [Ohio first; May Madness, ownd Jones of Coral Gables, and shown by James A. Fisher, and shown by Mrs. Armstrong, strong and shows by D W..W,
a.'. by Randolph Farms and fourth; Kathy O'Brien of West first; Tondelayo, owned by second; Diamond's Cheerleader Bartlett. second.
shown by Mrs. Paul Randolph fifth Janice Arabian Farm of
Palm Beach ; Donoghue owned by Charles Reed Corporation Green Jumper Champion
fecond; Midnight Georgia Belp Jones of Coral Gables, sixth; Gallad, Tex., and shown by and shown by Charles and Reserve Champion Bon
J p, owned by Mr. and Mra.lharlea Walter Chapman second; Ser Reed third. Bonne and Tobacco Road both..
Webb and shown by seventh; Hy, owned by William H. Hawnof $300 Morgan ChampionshipStake owned by Colony Farm. -

Ira. Charles Webb of Macon Ray Beach, eighth. Corpus Christi Tex., and W i seeks' Nocturne, Working Hunter Champion:
la., third; Colonel's Lady own Polk and Surrounding Counties shown by Carol Chapman thirdJirjl < owned by Waskecka Farms and Reserve Champion -Lei's

3I j, and shown by Bill Ashmore Saddle Seat Equitation ; owned by Triangle Ranch i OPEN JUMPER DIVISION CHAMPION-Grey Ghoit, owned end shown by Rusted and shown by John London Dance, Fairfield Farm champion _
Macon Ga., fourth; Elirado's Championship.-Mary Lib Ca- and shown by Max Culpepperof I ; Klng'a Castle, owned by
Stewart of Ceoiwe Farms, Dele, S. C., was awarded the Open Jumper Division first; Donnetle of Camelot, .
Queen Bee, owned by son of Brandon, first; Scotty Haloes City, fourth; Jarouf, the Hone Show Ghost accumulatedthe owned by Camelot Farms, second Si Jayne, reserve champion.
at Charity Grey
raid Deal of Conover, N. C., Turnbull of Winter Haven; second owned by Mr and Mrs W. H. Championship yesterday Imperial ; Tastee Firefly owned by Three-Called Amateur Championship
id shown by J. R. Klstler, ; Molly Corum of Tampa Flick of Coral Gables and shown highest number of points in the five classes counted. Sue Scarbrough, Florida Citrus Wlnchong Farms and shown by Stake Junior Exblb-"

|th. tlrd; Kathie Etheredge of Bar- by Elliott Flick fifth; Flora- Queen, presented the ribbon. Bob Hart, third; Llppit Bob uor to Aide Stardust,'owned
'. : Equitation Saddle Seat (10d tow fourth; Melinda Sorrellsof bio M Mirduhkl owned by Snow Kennuck owned by Mr. E. J. and shown by Kay Harmon of
under)-Meunda Sorrells Lake Alfred fifth; Barbara Martin Sr. of Lakeland and garella, Pompano Beach, fourth; Mrs. Charles Webb, eighth. and shown by Leon Smathers, Kersaw and shown by Laurin- Winter Haven, tint; Southern!

I \ Lake Alfred, first; Carolar Simpson of Winter Haven sixth; shown by Chris Hanahan alxth. Linda McGulre, Winter Haven I Five-Galled Amateur Championship sixth; Zelllmage, owned by Dr. da Keraaw fourth; My Sweet Scandal, owned by Roger DeaD
of Miami aecond; Patty Settle Stevens of Barlow seventh $300 Five-Gsited Saddle Pony fifth Burlington Stake Adult amateurto and Mrs. W. C. Jackson and Sue, owned by Mrs. Edward J. Chevrolet and shown by Janle-
Becky Barney, -
,I an of West Palm Beach, ; Kim Overbacher of Win Champion, Slake-Honey Bunch, ; Polltra and shown by Mrs.Conrad Dean, second; Sparkling Kaite,
Win sixth; Becky McDonald ride-Intoxication, owned and shown by Bob Hart, seventh; and shown Harriet-
rth; Tlbby McDonald of Ply- ter Haven eighth. owned and shown by Mary Millsof I O'Connor fifth; Tro- owned by I
wth fifth; Cissy Parks of Stock Seat Equitation Championship St. Petersburg, first; The Plymouth, seventh; shown by Mrs. Alan Robson, Little Shebia, owned by R. D. phy's Award, owned by Haln- McLeod, third; Easy Does It;

I inter Haven, sixth (17 and underDi- Mighty Houdini owned by R. Janis MeGaughey, )Marietta first; World's Apart, owned and Woodman Jr. and Mown by pin Mill Farm and Camelot owned and shown by Bridgett

Stock Seat Equitation (12 and anna Hubbell of St. Petersburg, C. Peacock Company and shown Ga., eighth. shown by Terry Anne Sargent Susan Woodward, eighth. I Farms, sixth; Trophy's Bouquet Mills, fourth; Extra Assignment
ler-Julle Jacket of Sara- first Cathy Steven of Sarasota by Richard Peacock, second Pony Working Hunter,HuntIng second; Portia Peavin, owned Single Roadster Pony Championship owned by Haildin Farms owned by Mr. and :.Mis-
i, firat; Chris Da Mayo of second; Ronnie Everhartof Pony Working Hunter-Open Attire-King Creole, own and shown by Mrs. Walter Stake Sir Richard, and shown by Winnie Downs, John A. Snively and shows-by
ter Haven aecond; Michelle St. Petersburg third; Di Nancy, owned by Lazy J-T ed by Mr. and Mrs William Dean, third; Private Detective, aeventh. Susan Snively fifth; Kalarama,
noon of Apopka, third; anna Williams of Largo fourth; Ranch of New Orleans La., Ludwig of Bethesda Md., and owned and shown by June owned and shown by Brldgett Flve-G sited Mares or Gelding owned and shown by '!Susaa"Adams

ry Beth McPhillipa of Plant Baron Given of DeLand, fifth; and shown by Stephanie Nelson shown by Cathy Thompson I Richey; Coppertone, owned and Mills, first; Co-Star owned by to be ridden by a Junior Ilxth.Three.Galted.
R. E. Gettys Jr. and shown by Saddle
/, fourth; Steve Martin of Michele Morrison of Lake first; Lay Kola owned first; Lady Kola, owned and shown by L. W. Ftanceschlnl; Exhibitor Royal Jeater, Pony
eland fifth; Pedro Morales Wales, sixth; Chris DeMayo of and shown by Mary Elizabeth shown by Mary Elizabeth Oy Genius Contract owned by Holland Lancelot George Gettys owned, second Flainvlew; Sir owned and shown by Susan Championship Stake Charm'sJean '
by and shown Vic
Polk City, sixth Winter Haven, seventh; Margo Oyler of Purcellvllle Vs., sec ler, Prucevllle, Va., second; Ranch and shown by Mra. Stable and shown by Mary Mills of St. Petersburg, firetjCae' ; owned by
tree.Galled Junior Exhibit- Foster of Orlando eighth. ond; Sierra Maria owned and Angel owned by Clarendon Elliott Holland, sixth; Kitty B, Milla third MiReliable ownedby Nellie Blylhe, owned by kl MacDonald, first; Fabulous:.
; owned and ahown by-Re-
>, To Ride-Stardust owned Equitation Saddle Seat (Non- shown by Christine Hood of Win Plantation of Burton, S. C., owned by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ranch and Mr. and Mrs. A. T Higgins Lady,
Shepherd's Pony second
'Ir shown by Kay Harmon of Blue Robbon Winners)-Peggy ter Haven, third; Angel owned and shows by Debbie Stewart Crow and shown by Mrs. Fran- shown by Bill Shephard fourth; Jr. and shown by Peggy Higgins gins Miss Bowen owned, and shown; Pretty by

'Il r ter Haven first; Sparkling Higgins of New Orleans, first; by Clarendon Plantation of Burton third; Sierra Maria owned and da Crow, seventh; Good News, Little Bob Up, owned by John ond of Goodie New Goodie Orleans owned, La, sec and Martha Wetherington third;
e, owned by Dr. and Mrs. Barbara Simpson of Winter Haven S. C., and shown by Debbie shown by Christine Hood of Win owned by Dr. E. Britt Association Crawford and shown by W. S. shown; Bridgett, Mills St. Rose of Picardy, owned by

\ ",_,. McLeod of Norwood, N. second; Linda Gill of Ft. Stewart fourth ter Haven, fourth. and shown by Mary Bes- Garth Jr., fifth; Jo-Dodds Ace, Petersburg by third Little Fiddle John A. Snively Jr. and shown
.,and shown by Harriet Me- Lauderdale, third; Kay Kumner Green Working Hunter-Open Junior Working Hunter Open mon eighth. owned and shown by Will B. owned by Mr.; and Mrs. by Pat Jenkins, fourth.
second; Trump Card, I of Lakeland, fourth; Patty Dean Bellino, owned by Blain' Creek -Flower Girl owned and shown Senior Championship Equitation Thomas, sixth. John, A. Snively Jr. and ahown $750 Fine Harness Grand
by Mr. and Mrs A. T, of West Palm Beach, fifth; Farm of Atlanta Ga., and by Becky Batchelor of South Saddle Seat (14-17) Alene Parade Horses, Championship by Susan Snively, fourth; Folly Championship Stakes Evelyn.
, "' j Jr., and shown by Peg- Janet King of Cocoa Beach shown by Earl Frailer first; Miami first; Dally Nip, owned Rogers, Miami, first; Kathy Stake-The Apache Chief Fables owned by Dr. and Mra. Gray owned by Mr. and Mrs.
"0 jglns of New Orleans, La., sixth; Ibby Parka of Winter Time Stuny. owned by David by Bunny Kliorek of Park O'Brien West Palm Beach; sec owned and shown by Robert W. L. McLeod and shown by Jacob Burn Jr., and shown by.
Extra Assignment, owned Haven seventh;. lens ParrUh Kelley of Strathroy, Canada, Ridge, Ill., .and ahowa "by Si ond Felkla Smith, Miami, Htag, first; Too-A.Kind, ownedby Harriet McLeod. fifth; Llle Lloyd Teater, first; Stonewall's
;t r. and Mra. Joan Bnively of Ft. Lauderdale, eighth: and shown by Barbara Cuddy, Jayne, second; Carole, owned third; Bettle Stevens, Bartow, Allison Stables and ahown McGee owned by Roger Dean Invasion, owned by John Craw-
d shown by Susan Snlve- $300 Single Pony Amateur second; Bar Sinister owned byJ. by Ramblewood'' Stables of Miami fourth; Mally Corum, Tampa by Cheryl Taylor second; Pal'a Chevrolet and shown by Susan ford and shown by W. S. GarthJr.
'Winter' Haven fourth; Championship\ Stake Driven by T, King and shown by Mary and shown by Arthur fifth; Beverley Fox Miami, Golden Boy, owned by Allison Dean, sixth. ., second; Lady Warlord,.
*a It, owned and shown an Amateur)-Misa Judy, owned Mairs of Wallpack, N. J., third; Fleishcer, of Miami and shown sixth; Mary Mills, St. Petersburg Stables and shown by Michelle $SW Single Roadster Ama owned and mown by Harriet
If jett Mills of St. Peters- by Mr. and Mrs Alan Rob. Master Tom owned by Fair- by Arthur Fleishcer, third; seventh.Morgans Sorrells, third; Parade Marshal teur Championship Stake, to be McLeod, third; Mr. Cypress
fcortfifth; Southern Scandal, son and shown by Mra. Rob- field Farms and shown by Rodney Summer Session owned by In Harness, Trophy's owned by Wagon Wheel Ranch; ahown by an amateur-Blytha Gardens, owned by Mr and
ajmaM by Roger Dean Chev- i son, first; Yankee Doodle Sweet J Jenkins fifth. Ramblewood Stables and shown Award owned by HaJJI Mill King Con'i Princess, owned Jaguar owned by Mr and Mrs. Mrs. John A. Snively Jr., and
.rolet.. and shown by Susan. Amber, owned by Shepherd's Equitation) Hunter Seat.Novice by Phyllis Fleischer fourth. Farms and Camelot Farms, and shown by Ike Turner, John A. Snively Jr. and shown shown by Susan Snively,
JM, of West Palm Beach I Pony Farm of Tampa and -Jiffy Fogle of Clearwater Open Jumper, $1,000 Table and shown by Richard Grey fifth. by John A Snively Jr., first; fourth.
.MlM 1 shows by Bill Shephard, second first; Becky Borney of Burl IV-Gray Ghost, owned by Coo- first; Tutee Firefly, owned by Five Gaited Amateur Championship Lady Mary, owned by W. M. $500 Green Jumper Stake -
& e We l tern rieasure Horse 1 ; Jubilees Colossal, ownedby ington Wis, second; Becky Me saw Farms of Dale S. C., and Windsong Farm and shown by Stakes to be shown by Gill Jr. and ahown by Bill Gill, Bon Bonne, owned by Colony
r,,(,trs-Tator'i Doc and Tat- Mrs. Victoria Armstrong Donald of Plymouth, third; shown by Russell Stewart, first; Bob Mart, Alexandria, Ohio Junior Exhibitor Royal Jester second; Eddie Baker owned by Farms and shown by Kathy
ora. Dan owned by Allison. shown by Dr. Bartlett third; Stephanie Nelson of Sarasota, Can't Tell owned by Windy second; My Sweet Sue owned owned and shown by Susan K. A. Conway of Atlanta Ga., Kuaner first; Blenheim's Buck,
,, Stables and shown by Vicki Pat Boone, owned by Susan fourth; Joyce V. McClellan of Acrea Farm of North Branch, by Mrs. Edward J. Poltros and Mills, first; Bright Future, and shown by Mrs. Martha owned and shown b* James E.
Xutman and Cheryl Ta'lor'l Snively and shown by John A. Del Ray Beach fifth; Vicki N. J., and shown by Carol shown by John Lydon, third; owned by William MacDonald Myers third; Flight Commander Sovlna second; Land Alone,
J Snively Jr., fourth. Eastman of Winter Haven, Hofmann, second; Frrlgsll, owned White Rivers Andy owner by Farms and mown by Vicki owned and shown by J. R. owned by Falrfiolr, Farms and
it,* Year-Old Walking Horses : J2SO Champion Western Stock sixth; Steve Stephens of Palmetto and shown by the Honorable Dr. Alice Johnson and shown MacDonald second; Mra. Sand- Kletler, fourth; Moon Shot, shown by Rodrey Jenkins,
: -Entry, owned by L. Frank Horse Stake-Easter's Sport, seventh; Christine Hoodof Diana Conolly of County Kil- by Charles Jenkins, fourth. man, owned and shown by Avis owned and shown by W. 8. third; Bit 0' Easter' owned by
leper of Winter Garden and' owned and shown by Ray Bien- Winter Haven eighth. dare, Ireland third I ; Friar Open Jumper $1,000 FEI. Parsons third; Coe's Nellie. Garth Jr.? filth; Happy LandIng Windry Acres Farm and shown
'1 wn by Paul Si Kh, first; I ko of Winter Haven first; Ser- Junior Working Hunter.Handy Tuck owned by the Lazy JT Stake, Florida 1 I Concentrate Blylhe, owned by Mr.and and shown Mrs.A. owned by Leon H. Dotson by Carol Hoffman, fourth.

t. ting Sunsation owned byI 1 Hy owned by William A. Hawn Daily Nip, owned by SI Jayneof Ranch of New Orleans, La., Juice Stalle-Sure Thing, owned T Hlgglna' Jr. fourth Folly
bard and King of Johnson of Corpus Christi Tex., and Park Ridge, 111, and shownby and shown by C. W. Castle-I by Chance Hill Farm of Green. by Peggy Higgins owned, Dr.; and I
/, Tenn., and shown by Ray I shown by Carol Chapman, aec Bunny Kizorek first; War man fourth; Anaconda, ownedby wich. Conn., and ridden by David Mrs.Fashion W. L., McLeod and shownby I New Irrigation System Slated
E' Crofts, second Selling Sun' end Pulque owned by and Balance, owned and shown Mary Mairs of Wallpack Kelly, first; Can't Tell own- Harriet Higgins fifth; Little -
polio, owned by Dr. and Mrs.Brace shown by Carol Chapman of by Jane Hart of Tampa, sec N. J., and shown by Frank ed by Windy Acres Farm and Fiddle owned and shown by
Sliger of Chattanooga, I ITenn. Golal, Tex., third; Chalk Lewis, ond; Flower Girl, owned and Cbapot, fifth; Desert Fox own shown by Carol Hoffmann, aec Susan Snively, sixth; Lila McGee A new lower coat concept la excessive watering and assure
/ ., and shown by Billy I owned and shown by A. G. shown by Becky Batchelor of ed by SI Jayne and shown by ond; Blue Plum owned by owned by Roger Dean solid act grove Irrigation systems enough water. Correct amountsof
laranUey. third; Showcase, own. Lewis of Gainesville, fourth; South Miami, third; Slating Bunny Kizorek, sixth. Chance Hill Farm and shown Chevrolet and shown by Susan is being introduced by water assure fertilizer placement
ad by tieldstone Farm of Ma. Preacher Ike, owned by Riv- Lady, owned by B. W. Yar- ARSA Medal Becky Batch- by David Kelley, third; Anaconda Dean seventh; Goodie Goodie, Food Machinery and Chemical at the right depth without
\ on, Ga, and shows by Boydaiudgina erby Farms of Dublin Ohio, brough of Miami and shown elor South Miami first; owned and shown by owned; and shown by Bridgett Corp. and Linder Irrigation according too much leaching.
fourth; Rambler Sun and shown by Fred Bogga, fifth; by Karen Herndon fourth. Phyllis Felischer Miami, second Mary Maims fourth; Manon Mills, eighth. to Gilea Van Duyne S. Pump capacity and cost
; Bandit owned by C. E. Brad' Steve'a Tippy owned by Frankye Green Jumper $300 Bonus ; Simonetta Bulgarllla, Pom- owned by Cheeca Farms and Pleasure Horses Championship Winter Haven, general manager savings are made. Twentyfourhour
haw of Orlando and shows by Murphy of St. Petersburgand Point Class Tobacco Road, pano Beach third; Jiffy Fogle, shown by Frank Chi pot, fifth; Park Type (Set tail) of Llnder Irrigation operation automatically
ohnson McDonald fifth; Rag shown by Harry Downing, owned by Colony Farms of St. Petersburg, fourth; Janie Barrymore, owned and shown Courageous Gentleman, owned This new system uses a cuts the size and cost of pumps
Riches, owned by Clovt sixth. Montville, N. J., and shown by MeGaughey Marietta, Ga., by the Honorable Diana Con and shown by Scotty Turnbull unique automatic Sequa Matic 1 considerable, and well flzescan :'
(Hill Stables of Johnson City, Three-Grited Saddle Ponies Kathy Kuiner, first; Bit O' fifth; Bunny Kizorek, Park 01l1-<:arew. sixth; Call Don first; Magic Moment owned valve made by FMC to move thus be smaller "-.-.'.."-

fTeu.i., and shown by John Open-Charm's Jean owned by Easter, owned by Windy Acres Ridge 111, sixth; Sandy Schultz, owned by Coosaw Farm and and shown by Kathy Thompson, the water across the grove by 1 costly. ....- -
tockard, alxth. William MacDonald Farms of Farm of North Branch. N. J., Miami seventh; Judy Cox ahownby Russell Stewart, seventh second; Misa Coulette, owned use of a master time clock, *- -i
Open Park Type (Settail) Miami and shown by Vicki : and shown by Carol Hofman, Winter Haven eighth. ; Donfee, owned by Emilio and shown by Avis Parsons, Van Duyne aald. Presbyterians: :
Pleasure Horses Courageous MacDonald first; second; Bon Bonne, owned by ; Working Hunter-Appointments Azcarrego and shown by Ricardo third; Spring Sonnett ownedby Using water power only to -
Gentleman, owned and snows Lady, owned and FabuIOIi.I' Colony Firm and shown by -Kin,'. Castle's, owned by Si Gausch of Mexico City Roger Dean Chevrolet and turn one sprinkler off and the Seat Officers |
i by Scotty Turnbull of Winter Regina Bowen of Kathy Kusner third; Silver LinIng Jayne and shown by Dorothy Mexico, eighth.Championship. shown by Janie Owen, fourth; next sprinkler on, this Sequa
Haven fiat; Magic Moment, yes, second; Pretty Miss own 1 owned by Country Club McLeod, first; Advance Ticket, and Reaerve Delightful Delinquent owned Matie valve eliminates costly At Lake AlfrdjtJ
owned and ahown by Kathy ed and shown! by Martha Weth- Stables of Del Ray Beach and owned by Thomas Schouer of Championship, Open Jumping and shown by Alene Rogers, underground wiring used In
Alexander of Tampa, second; erington of Winter Haven third; shown by Carlene Blunt fourth; New Rochelle, N. Y., and shown Grey Ghost, owned by Coosew fifth; Tinsel Stardust owned other systems, he explained. Services of ordination.ialJB'i
Spring Sonnett, owned by Roger Rose of Picardy, owned and Stand Alone owned by Fair. by David Kelley, second; Let's Farm of Dale S. C., and shownby and shown by June Richey, Since this water powered stallation for newly eieeted-
Dean Unevro.ei 01 !neat r..ui shows by John A. Snively Jr. field farms of West Palm Dance, owned by Fairfield Russell Stewart Champion; sixth. valve about the size of a large church officers were conduct:
Beach and shown by Janle of Winter Haven fourth. Beach and shown by Rodney Farms and shown by Rodney Sure Thing, owned by Chance $250 Western Pleasure Horse hand can be place economically during the morning ",.QfI1I1p:
Dean, third Trinidad, owned Hill Farm and shown by Da- Stake Bee under each sprinkler, hundreds Lake .Alfred -
; Single Hackney Pony, Limit Jenkins, fifth; Little Girl own Jenkins, third; Nanitocke, own Championship service yesterday at -
and shown by Beverly Fox of -King's Crystal owned and ed by Lacy J-T Ranch of New ed by Fairfield Farms and vid Kelley, Reserve Champion. Sting, owned by Tone Kelley of sprinklers can operate First United PreabytertanC.
Miami, fourth; Sheer Genius, shown by Mrs. Victoria Armstrong Orleans, La., and shown by shown by Rodney Jenkins, Pony Working Hunter $190 and shown by Mike Kelly at a time while allowing Church. -ZT*
owned and shows by Kim fint.Amateur G. W Cattleman, sixth; Hyllis, fourth; High Frontier owned Stake Lady Kola owned by first; Al March Sea Lion, only one sprinkler to operateat The Rev. David Dietzel ordained *
Overbacher of Winter Haven Parade Horses-The owned by Windy Acres Farmof by Ward Acres Farm of Ridge- M. E. Oyler and shown by Mary owned by William H. Hawn one time on each lateral I and Installed the 'fol-:
fifth; Tinsel Stardust owned Apache Chief owned and shown North Branch N. J., and field Conn, and shown by Elizabeth Oyler, first; King and shown by William C. Kol- thus reducing lateral pipe sizes lowing officers! Carey Fisher;
i and shown by June Rchey of by Robert Hagg of Lawrence- shown by Carol Hofman aeventb. David Kelley, fifth; Narbu, Creole, owned by Mr and Mrs. oucher, second; Miss Sandra with corresponding installation elder; Mrs. Jean Anderao and.
Miami, sixth; Shsdrack. owned burgh, Ind., first; Too-A.Kind, owned by Patrick Butler of St. William Ludwig and shown by owned by Sandra farm and savings, Richard Collins, deacons; and J
and shown by Barbara Swin'i owned by Allison Stables and Open Jumpers.$2,000, Bonus Minn and shown by Cathy Thompson, second; Celeymenn shows by Susan Porter Walker, The following are the most W. L. Thompson trustee. *
Paul Prince Albert owned owned by WilliamH. of the characteristics ....
third Ser Important
son of Winter Haven, aeventh. shown by Cheryl Taylor of Winter Point-Cray Aero owned sixth. ; -
by Hans
Single Roadster Pony over Haven second Pal'i Golden Frank Imperatore 1 Senn and shown by Lisa Maxwell, Hawn and shown by Wil- included in Sequa Matlc
; Manufacturing
t 47", not exceeding 5O"-5U' Boy owned by Allison Sables Company of Cannons- SUNDAI'Amateur third; Nang, owned by Lazy liam Kolucher fourth; Gray solid set grove Irrigation systems NOW OPEN !" :
J-T Ranch and shows by owned and shown by Van Duyne said:
Step- Pepper, ,
Richard owned and shown
i by and shown by Michelle burg Pa., and shown by David Horse
$500 Walking hanie Nelson, fourth; Chobes, Judy Stephen, fifth; Easter'sSport 1. Lower cost systems
Mills of St. Petersburg
Bridgett Sorrells of Winter Haven third; Kelley first; Nonzel, owned Championship Midnight Sun. owned and shown by Joyce B. owned and shown by through the use of smaller pipe Garden Way
first; Co-Star, owned R. Parade Marshal owned by Wagon and shown by Emlllo
Accor- streak, owned and shown by Ed sprinkler -
MacClellan fifth;; Angel own Ray Bienko sixth. size because only one I ..
E. Gettys Jr. of Knoxville, Wheel Stables of St. Petersburg rays of Mexico City Mexico Street of Jackson City, Tenn., ed by Clarendon Planton and pony Working Hunter Championship runs at a time on any lateral --
Tenn, and shown by Lloyd and shown by Patsy Tyson second; Crey; Ghost owned by first; Sun's Go Boy Alain, shown by Joyce McClellan, G ran d Champion, and the same number of Lounge
Tester second; Sir Lancelot, fourth; King Coca Princess Coosaw Farms of Dade, S. C., owned and shown by V. G. ,Sixth. Lady Kola, owned and shown sprinklers are used In this system I :
owned by Plneview Stables of owned and shown by Ike I and shown by Russell Stewart Gochner of Aurora Ohio, second Arabian Three-Galled Championship by Mary Elisabeth Oyler. Reserve aa In conventional ays- *,... lute 140 t Mile
St. Petersburg and shown by Turner fifth. third; Barry more, owned and ; Confederate Raider ownedby Stake -AI Marsh Sea Championship King terns, however they all spreadout ['" of e" ...* .....M :
! Mary Mills, third; Mi Reliable, AHSA Medal Clasi, Stock shown by the Honorable Diana Crown Point Farm of Crown Lion owned by Donaghue Creole, owned by Mr. and Mra. over the entire field insteadof CHOICE LIQUORS' :
owned by Sbephard's Pony Seat-Cathy Stephen of Sarasota Conolly-Carew of County Kil- Point Ind, and shown by Mrs Arabian Farms and shown by William Ludwig. being concentrated In one PACKAGE GOODS
j Farm of Tampa and shown by first; Marty Loiey of Win dare Ireland, fourth; Blue Robert Schleicher third; May Walter Chapman, first; Ahow $SW Junior Working Hunter area at a time. FRIENDLY I ATMOSPHERE i
Bill Shepard fourth; HeU'a A ter Haven second; Baron Given Plum owned by Chance Hill Madness, owned by Randolph Across Monanano, owned by Stake Flower Girl, owned 2. Sequa Matte Is automatic. Watch For Grand OsMsiln)
I Poppin', owned and shown by of DeLand, third; Ronnie Farm of Mamaroneck. N. Y., Farm and shown by Mrs. Paul Donald Booth of Connersvllle, and shown by Becky Batchelor Water ia controlled accurately
Jackie Lee North of Pinellas Everhart of Ft. Lauderdale, and shown by David Kelley Randolph fourth; Colonels Ind., and shown by Bob Hart, first; Corky McKee, owned by time clock to save from
Park fifth; Buck owned and fourth: Dianna Williams of Largo fifth; Desert Fox, owned by Si Lady owned by Bill Ashmoreand second;j; Daveman Rolat, owned and ahown by Kerry Morgan,
shown by Anne Eden of Winter fifth; Beverly Griffith of Jayne and shown by Bunny shown by Mra. Boyd Hudg- by Donovan Farms of Barrington second: War Balance owned
Haven sixth. Lake Wales, sixth; Mar o Foster Kiozek of Park Ridge, 101., ins, fifth Sun Dust's Fury owned Hills, Ill., and shown by and shown by Jane Hart third; :
Pleasure Horses Champion of Orlando seventh; Gail sixth. by Merry Mount Farms, and Ceclle Murdock. third; Folap Debutante owned and shows IMUIEi1 f : e.
Hack Type (non-set tail)-Hon- Rector of Maltland eighth. Equitation I Seat-ASPCA shown by Raymond H. Smith owned by Mr. and Mrs. Philip by Linda McGuire, fourth.
ey Suckle owned and shown $500 Fine Harness Amateur horsemanship Class Karen sixth; Midnight Satan, owned Morrocall of Miami and shown Junior Working Hunter {
by Bridgett Mills of St. Peters Championship, Stake to be driven Harndon, South Miami, first; and shown by Frank L. Roper, by Marti Ward fourth; Retired, Championship Flower Girl r U""Y
burg first; Kane's Spring De- by an Amateur-Alluring Bunny Kizorek Park Ridge seventh; Midnight Georgia 1 owned by Bell Hal Ranch Lau- owned and shown by Becky IANK MIII > ", I)," F 0 I CI
Rite owned by Camelot Farms Lady, owned by Mr, and Mrs. 111., second; Judy Cox. Winter Belle owned by Mr and Mrs. rena, S. C., fifth; Silver Pearl, Batchelor Grand Champion; CHAN&E NATIONAL
of Ft, Lauderdale and shown Alan Robson of West Chester, Haven, third Simonetta Bui- Charles Webb and bowl by owned by Frank Smathers Jr. Dally Mp, owned and shown


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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -Today's- STRANGE BEDFELLOWS! I Washington WindowBy

w. I. RYNIHSON. Utt.r.Publlsh.r

JOHN W. KYNtHSON. A.tlitm t. tk. Peblt.h.r
LYLE C. WILSON Rappel and Henderson, and

PublliM Idly (..<.,, S.turo.yl by tk. Wlnt.r H.v.a CommentaryBy United Freit International many others would support
Publi.hk* C,, Im. I2i Ire1 St'..., N.W, Wint.r H....., FI.fU. Johnson next November. But
Republican are amazed and Republicans are fearful that
CHARLES .60SHORN 6in.nl W'in|"f alarmed by the political love many big businessmen will Dot

JACK IEAHAN Aulit E.!<.f UPI Foreign New Analyst dent affair Johnson developing and between U. S.Presl-busi- go they all had.out been to lick expected Johnson to go as

PETER J. SULLIVAN a AVrtliliif, Mnifr Polite Reds iT ness, big buiinen. all out against JFK.
The atmosphere at the 17 The word passing among businessmen There have been specific Instances -
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE nation Geneva disarmament U about like this: in Washington in which

ik.M.ii > A..I.'... I... CM.*,.. 111.tM conference never has been bet You know, that felli .Johnion I ii business moved quickly to
ter. The Communist are being s mighty nice felli when you erase Its anti administration
.rt4 es S....* CI... M.It MiHtr !.*t. i, ltI4 .. t". Pert Offl. polite ii never before and hive jet to know him. Good mini label the moment John Kennedy -
., ... .... ., MtrtK 2 1171 .
In WI.' H. Fl.rU., it subject .
In 1 1Q .
shown Interest many And there Ii another .c- died and Lyndon Johnson
*. But they obviously are II pRfA lion alto disturbing to Repub- took ever. Some of these man
.fa. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU no hurry to settle down to con Pf licani. This ii the judgment of euven were amusing in their

crete negotiation on any one big businessmen really big urgency.
: OF CIRCULATIONS disarmament measura. Quail businessmen, that President Big business appears to have

tied Western diplomats feel 1 It Johnson understand their prob- accepted the President's own
'MEMBER will be a long and hard haul lens and sympathizes with estimate of his Intent tad
Aitlv, M.mb.r UNITED HESS INTERNATIONAL before new East.Wait agreements them whereas President Kennedy achievements In the area of
NATIONAL EDITORIAL n. Unit.1 p,... I. entitled t. the wee can b* reached. did not. One big, big government economy. The en-
AUOCIATIONIU4: ,., ,.*.ltll..tl.. ., ill fetal ii.wi ,rlat> East.West Trade tro Sot businessman after exposure to thulium Is considerable if not
.d I. this well all UPI!
MwtMpir *l ii .
N.wi DiiMtikti. Britain can be expected to President Johnson's charmingly unanlmou The Wall Street
push full speed ahead to buildup folksy were summarized Journal accused Johnson of ,
ADVERTISING. DEADLINI trade with the Communist hit opinions like this: President budget Juggling la showing eco_
CLASSIFIED DEPAHTMENTiSy countries in the coming weeks Johnson la knowledgeableabout nomies. .
tk* Ward I P.M. Privliui D.y. ly tki Inekt I P'M. Privliui D.y. Result of the trade drive Ii1M3 business and industry In "Some Johnson devices the *
L.gal l N.t.c.it: I P.M. Privlom Day. Sunday EdHl.a Dnilliiiii Friday' : were encouraging with exports areas where President Kennedywas Journal laid .make spending 4

DISPLAY Sunday' DEPARTMENT Edition-| P.M. Tkaridiyt Mond.y EdI' ._I P.M. Pili'.yi riling to the Soviet Union nave calve. stem leis than i* expected." ',
Tu.id.y Edition-N..K S.turd.yt W.dn.td.y, Thursday and Friday, and Its European latellltei bj The word naive has eeveral devices such at shifting some
.._I P.M. Tw* D.yi la Ad..ne.. 11 per cent over 1962 to bout meanings In the foregoing expenditure into the current
1350 million. This I II regardedIn icnie it evidently meant untaught fiscal year to make it look bet-
Member S.utk.rn N.wt.a.tr Pultll."." Au.clitl.a London I* i healthy basis 4Letters and uninstructed The ter. The Journal conceded,
Member Fl.nd. P.... An.ii.ti.. for future expansion Britain big shots of business and indus however that Johnson had

SUBSCRIPTION: RATES will try for a new trade .,ree. try feel at ease with Johnion. made tome real and sizeable

.. ly C.rrl.r If Mail ment with Russia next month They tend to trust him and laving ,

Y..", $I S.20i; I ....t"., It.10, I ....'10., 1..151; m.Mk' |IIS| Speaking of East-West trade, recognize In him a businessman
weakly,' II ...... Single C..I.II Dllly, I inti| Sunday 10 ...... the subject! is a new source of who also has been auccesaful.
discord between West German ""': A couple of pages In the current
TELEPHONE CYpriee 3.2It1 and Franc. The West Germans t ') Issue of "Business Week" American

are angry bourne they a McGraw-Hill publication tell
of business reactions to Johnson
feel that despite treaty provlsion
for clot Franco. under the headline: "Industry
Today Month
Thought German consultation, the leaders many of whom felt rejected History
-- by Kennedy administration
: French failed to keep them
adequately Informed either or ire wooing and being
:4nd the peace ef God, which jxuteth all tinder.Siftfl President Charles de Gaulle'i wooed by Johnson. But how February 1 is the month selected -

ihall keep (garrison & Mount guard over) Intent to recognize Red China long will the honeymoon I.IU" for special emphasis on
or on French attempt to lineup A fair question American history by the National .
and mind in Christ/ Jena.
goon-htart4 ( ) These
new trade deals with the are not country storekeepers Society Daughter of the

PAI,".:i7 Kremlin. On the tame day that who ire being wooed American Revolution.The .

:::.=tod's peace Is the tranquil state of your soul, as- was Bonn not disclosed interested the Soviet in I Union 1964 I To The Editor. by are the such man is from Frederick Taxn.Rappel They many United people State from, s countryof many

".il of its salvation through Christ and fearing noth- trade between Moscow and of American Telephone t Telegraph lands bal a proud and noble

i1lgom) God, content with whatever the earthly lot Germany, French Economic Dear Editor Niiism. These Ire all forms Department has a "no win" policy Henderson and Board of Sheraton Chairman Ernest heritage On February I, Ut3.

mar.t: -Dr. Albert I.. Carnett Minister Valery Glscsrd D'Es Regarding the UPI release on of aoclillsm. Hitler called hisr towards communism, then of America. Corp four Rabbi Chaplain, two Protestant one a Jewish Ministers

tilng popped up in Moscow to the Virgin Islands Orange Plan, e 11 I m t Nations! Socialism ask yourself the question why Johnson's impact OB such and a Catholic Print,
discuss, guess what mon as stated In Monday' editionof did they support the destruction men as these and on scores of linked in their voices 1
Each subscribe in essence to the stable anticommunist arm arm,
and of
trade between Moscow
the New.Chief, unless the other la such ss to give Republicans raised In prayer went down
Editorials of
the principles. They embrace
News-Chief Paris. same peace loving government
United Slate Government has
1 good cause to wor with the sinking transport,
President de Giulli bas in other Katanga Also, why did they
I shed one of its bureaucratic one way or government of the ry. Some Republican source of Dorchester, 100 mile off the
the overthrow
fondness for national referen. corporations, the Florida Citrus control or ownershipof support 4
communist Diem campaign funds may be dryingup coast of Greenland. They had
Will dams and reportedly bad hopedto Mutual is not dealing with "a property. The individual Is strongly South VietNam under the Texas ran The given their reservers to
Inspect. hold one this year as a private* firm" The Virgin Islands at the mercy of a dictatorship government? The communist of were) on Republican chances of licking soldier who bas none. Such
means of demonstrating Mi Corporation I II mother one (centralized government). Johnson next November may be self.sacrifict and heroism have
Today and tomorrow, a state inspection team, composed continuing hold on the French of those example of governmentIn Then there is the liberal left the run before the few overthrow. shrinking in proportion to the made our country great. Let us
the last days are
of educators engaged in the business of operating people. But he now Is believedto competition with private en the pink or tocislists. Then that Report the red are winning (a* accommodation of the Johnson know more about such acts
drop the Idea for lack of Issues terprise. lubtcrtb to s bureaucratic administration with big business through conscientious study
junior colleges in other locations, inspect prospective usual). Why la the Stale) Department s
One thought was to hold When an the fact com to centralized welfare government neutral toward our None of this Is to suggest that 'of American history.!
college sites in Polk County. referendum on a proposal to light, I feel sure you will find in Washington and promote a friend and friendly toward our
scrap the French senate. But the real villain in this future world welfare .
These highly efficient people art certainly experienced episode powerful enemies

enough to know what type of site they would the care average less Frenchman about the coutdn'l Senate to be none federal other government than our overstuUid U.N.I Remember government always under that the We will continue to lost the ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

want were they to operate) the Polk County Junior which has little power anyhow, George M. McConkey, Jr. bureaucrat! ceniribii- cold war is. long as the organ-
known the wouo TY WPLA TY WPTV TV WTYTTrCheeeel
lied trust 11
College. They certain would not want to choose a place Malaysia! P.S. The Virgin Islands are don breeds power and power Council on Foreign Relations 4 C..I. C..IIII. I S Cbeeeel II
I It atlll is possible that the not a protectorate, as stated lathe begat dictatorahlp.
surrounded by sub-standard housing! plus a fertilizer have their man in the Presidency CIS NIC Ale CISOrl.
ceasefir arranged between Indonesia dispatch but are a possession The conservative right or handpicked ..... Tempe Orle.4 r...,. a
plant, with the proposed college grounds on an old tailing and Malaysia In Bor of the United Stiles C1U- constitutional right believe instates surrounded by

pile and surrounded by worn-out phosphate diggings neo by Atty. Gen. Robert F. lens of the U.S. Virgin Islandsare rights. W* ilind for decentralization and CFR men Eisenhower both member I Monday NIGHT February 3
Kennedy were
Kennedy tI.Ul fall apart, But (in citizens! of the United of governmentand
And mind you, this spot is NOT the center of Malaysia Kennedy 1* being Stales. for a system of checks and *. Johnion I* now their

student population, and i II not any more accessible than credited with a successful effort balances For t republic under man Nixon Is a member and ; aoo-News, New'. Sports, Na.e. Weather Pul" N...
If elected will no doubt continue 4:1''I-S..rt., W tMr Weather Edilertal, Pulse Spares
due to his direct, sometimes Editors constitutional I law (the free enterprise :
the Winter Haven site I tough Dear : ..utellIt) I I. w* r( down the CFR socialist ID-CIS P4.w Nle: News AIC New CIS News
approico. Diplomitic -
The liberal left who road to deslructlon. .I-CU: N... NIC Nome Orbit CIS News ,
And of course they would not want to choose a' sources said he used no wing ( this croup whom the liberals

site that had little or no natural beauty, that was surrounded classical diplomacy and wasted are socialist) and the communists and the communist call "ox- The CFR must be who defeated hn by DO 7,50-Wake-Up. Yea Dill' Say .Have Gae. Mevie,
(few words In his talks with Indoniila' ) to cover up their dirty linen tremlit and bat mongers." I conservative 711EMerle' Yea Peel Say Will Travel Meet.7:30Wshe.Up ,.
by sub-standard housing and industry, with Sukarno Malaysia'sTengku and discredit the patriotic That I I. we who ipeak out connection with this liberal : Mendsy ci Oel.r Limits Marie
the possibility of phosphate being' dug only a few rods Abdul Rahman, and the Constitutional right 1 loudly against the chipping away of outfit (CFR), If the American 7:41Med.: .. eke: M.vlec Outer Limn: : Med.1:00I've :.
of life la to survive.
cherie us with being right wing way
constitutions and
away even though it has one serviceable building Philippine Diosdado Macapafal. extremists.The our rights Senator Goldwater I I. the : A S.erel Monday. O.t., Limlla Mevie

which could be used temporarily for the school. To pre Kennedy. Kuala sidestepped Lampur source no Issue sty term extreme right, the who *expose a* socialist the liberal dreamers egghead only man (in the running) who and 5:30-Levy 1"1-1', A Skaw Secret Monday the Mevlee.. Outer Weeen LI..lte T.ill Mevie Mevie,

pare the land for use would cost many thousands of ind faced up to problem extreme left, the conservatives bent on destroying constitutional understands this problem stands, 1.5-Lu.y: Skew .10. M..I. Wagee True MeoletOODorsey
and the liberal seem to mean Senator Ful- Is the only man who a
dollars at either the Lakeland or the Bartow site And railed by the three leaders. many thing to many people bright government.the Constitution Is chance, and who meet these : Th.mae Monday aS Wagers Train Danny Themre1,15peony
The approach won promises for aaya ,, Th,,," the M.vtas W.,.. Tree Danny Tl.mae
both would have to have thousands upon thousands of Let u* analyze these four classification outmoded. Yet he took sn oath qualification .
conferences to seek a peaceful Sam L. Kiblcr I0-.4.dy Griffith .11.4 I Waq.e Tide Aody Gifftth
dollars spent to bring them up to the criteria established solution to the quarrel and place them la to protect and support the Con ,45.dy, Griffith The Stars W".II TII; Andy Griffith
proper perspective* si stitution.On .
by the state. they are today constituted.The the extreme right are ANGRY OVER OFFER IooO-gad: Sid./ $log Alen ,Il4 Willer Feel Side10,15 '

Now, we wouldn't want to influence the thinking dividing line which sipirstes those who would obey no law NORMANDY, England (UPI) I Weak Side with Mush Olymptes w..t Side
-Memories- the liberal from the and government -Derek St. Clalr Stannsrd, in ''OI: -E... SideSise Aleq 1144 Win/er Sacs Side10:41 ,
respect no
of these fine people; we Just want them to know the conMrvatlve and the leftist This group U the criminal element official of the Royal Agricultural Weal Side with Mitch Oly.,11I W... Side

f .cts. The brochures given them by Winter Haven have 20 from the rightist is the question the thieve, murderers, Society, is angry about a Job 11,00-Hama New. ht, W'r Newdtne N..., Sperts
all the necessary data. We find, in comparing cure withLakeland's YEARS AGO of centralization or dt.cen- rapists, etc., who attempt to he was offered as I level crossIng 11,11-here. .. W fher T..Iht Sh.. E'lertal Whop WYher. E't"I.1
Mill Miry Madge Turner left Valuation of government. How live outside the law and government keeper. I 11 I00-Theatre ./ TeelgkShaw Late Sham ....1.. 10'
which is based on accessibility, and with (for Oglethorpe, Ca. to enter much or how little should government Stannard wa offered the Job 11145- .10. Steen T..Ih' Skew L.t. Sh.. Reerleg 20'.

Bartow's, based on supposed saving of money, that cureIsJttUt training in the Air WAC. b. centralised or dt Why is America losing the by British Railway because be

far superior We are closer to ALL the school 10 YEARS AGO centralized. cold wirT Because the liberal has a level crossing at the bottom Tuesday MORNING February 4
Preliminary work on s new The extreme left category Includes are socialists. They do not want of his gsrden. Anyone
chTOrjn of the county; and to fix up Bartow Field Iwoatory building which would communism ficism and either the free enterprise system going to or from nil $30,000 7OO-Mevie, .d.y Sh.. Geed D.y

wpild cost more than to start out with new buildings house the H and H Pharmacy,, (capitalism) or aggressive\ home must use It. 7:11-toA..I.: T.d.y Sh.", N... t.d D.y

ant; equipment it would be a patch-up job which in began at a lot on the West Side RADIO. communism to win. They wish "Ridiculous," Stannard laid 7:30-Almaeee T.4. Skew Mickie Evane Geed Oy
of Third Street SW between a stalemate or i coalition socialist Sunday. "We'd be nipping out 1,41-C'leees. Name T..y Shew Miskie Evens ....d Day
throng run would be prohibitively costly. Avenue A and Central Avenue, government few minutes to the
open IOO-C..t.' T.d.y She" Mickie Evans CapteisIIS
:While taking these things into consideration, we 5 YEARS AGOU. If you doubt that the State gates for ourselves or visitors." :: .- K..,.,.. T.d.y Skew Mickie Evans K..,,,.,
assure that the survey committee will look many S. Senator Spesaard Hoi WIHT 1lo-c..I.: T..y Shw Carte.nvnie, Captain
and announced he had recommended ,:.1- K....,.. T.d.y Shew C.reenvllle Kaegaree1:00Ar.risae
n Iffy years into the future and realize that the Winter the appointment of Lea.

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laKge,_lovely homes and groves; its central location will 0 the Air Force Academy. Reen Teday's Marie Carl.enville Morning, .....1.
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Horse Show DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Monday, February I, Io4 Page I
Highlights Of Imperial DAILY NEWJ-CMICP(

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Exhibitors Breakfast"WINNERS

ALL" was the theme used In the

lavish decorations at the Lake Region Yacht and

Country Club yesterday for the Exhibitors Breakfastof Edited ..
the Imperial. Charity Horse Show.
Al gueiti entered the lobby
,' they saw a glint black ital-
lion In full and mumi-truly! a blue-ribbon
regalia, covered -
with a blanket of PinnochioI winner. This graced the plsno. Benefit Bridge.
I Gaiety was added at the
9'a mumi.i. "Oasis for thirst" by IB smusing
i. Just off the lobby the "19th and colorful figure of a I!
t Hole" saluted the Hunters and ;
road horse driver In red ind .Mw v Slated
t> Jumperi. Here, I dramatic arrangement white silks and accented with Party

I of croton leaves, the ribbon of champions, the .I.
inscribed with the names of coveted Trl-Color.
of the show entries, was
i many
[ placed in a hunt boot, acceaaorlied In the main dining room the For TomorrowA
9 rF. as v rx : buffet tables were conversation
with the hunter'i cap
1 and riding This was a plecea One held a large
crop. lllver trophy encircled withan coffee-bridge will be
f focal point of the elaborate
abundance of camellia L4icTkto held tomorrow at the Wo
decorations used throughout
blossoms and llgustrum. The man's Club house by the
the clubhouse, ai exhlbltorlIppro.ched
combination of lllver and members of the Planters
to see If their en-
camelllai "Winners AU"suggested Garden Club
tr, name was used
I the true spirit of The event will be from:
The Juice bar held a saddle the 1964 Imperial Horse Show.
nine a m. until twelve noon;
[ highlighted with an arrangement The other buffet featured an and donation will be one dot*'
: ,a y w' 4Ii I' of and orange ctttalli.chrysanthemums in genius arrangement of Isr. Proceed from the party-

white snapdragons ind candy will be used for the beaUtlfk:
horseshoe fashion-
A glint striped carnations, dominated cation of the Elbert ElemenIUry
L t ed entirely of camelllaa .Inihidei
w ,
by the stark figure of a white School grounds, projectof
of pink, waa posedC
: P a borie. the club.
sV A 4 SCp ,
ever the fireplace In the milD
A side table held an elegant The public It Invited to attend
lounge. was a thrilling
arrangement of and tickets .
yellow and more information
color note In a III ute to the
gladioli in a handsome brut
may be obtained.
exhibitory of the show. .
container, the bowl and flowers 1 by contacting Mri. David
An air of elegance and gracein
colorfully blended Coo Mri. Albert Marschall _
the terrace lounge WIIdum.tlzed
% The Individual tablet were 'R or Mri. RusieU McMillan.
by the Imtglni-
iw centered with camelllaa and Door prizes will be award
live figure of a bone made ribbon.
I entirely of yellow chryiinthe* ed.
II I I A gourmet menu of country
ham bacon, sausage, corn ALL DRESSED UP for .
A MAGNIFICENT HORSESHOE fashioned; cf ca ..
beef huh scrambled eggs, a gay night out Wit the
melliai In gorgeous shads of pink, was the highlight of grits, fried applet with cinnamon jaunty make-believe horse

the decorations In the main lounge of the Lake Region and raisins, hot biscuits which Wit the focal point

Yacht and Country Club for the Exhibitors Breakfast marmalade atrawberry of decorations for t h e

yesterday. Standing btfore the arrangement are, I.ft to perservei, minted fresh Charity Horse Show Ball Shoppers' Convenience N
right, Mrs. G.org. Kendrick, Mrs. Ivan W. Getsler, breelc. fruit and coffee were served. held Saturday at the Ha.

. fait chairman, and Mrs. John A. Snively Jr., general Mn. Ivan W. Gessler van Hotel Mrs.. Richard

chairman of all the tocial events held in conjunction was chairman of the break. Field adjusts his flower- GUIDE TO ,. ,
fast assisted by Mri. Thomas
with the annual herio ihow.
I trimmed before
B. Walker, Mri. Thomas V. derby
Snivel/ Sr., Mri. George Kendrick guests arrived for the gala

\ Friday Morning Bridge Players # Mri. ,John Mn.Snively Joe K.Jr.Hays and event. BUSINESS Sm/rCES

The Mornlnf Bridge Club Alexander, Elsie W. Moore k Patti Cessler Jane Ken. FASHIONETTESThe

.., met Friday .t the Civic Cen Norma Davis, Frank F. Fiieher 01.E Is4 ; r >f. Brick, Dianne Daniel, Pint nation's trendsettlng
ter. The hostesses were Mri. Laura Smith John v 'jn t'toy Cooney and Mary Susan IN GREATER
Fred L. Howard Mn James Flynn, Louise Bern George ttbn. c w, t* C Hays were in charge of tick designers want women to tie

8. Pool aDd Mri. Frel L. Ryder Grace Sandi, Jeanette ? '4' ets. one on a scarf every
ti Spencer. Martin. John B. Thorn. Hosts and hostesses were time It'i suitable this spring. WINTER HAVENiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnam
a.. i Mri. Hays, Mr. and Mrs.
There were 15 tables pit,. hill Russell Jensen, Armor ii ta's Scarves, cornered and rectangular
Walker, Mr. and Mri. Snive
In,. Winners at Bridga were Scott Dale Hazlett. 1 r44 ;Le- r ly Dr. and Mri. Kendrick were featured with
Mr. Chtrial Unebaugh Mesdamei F. F. Crimes,
Mri. Armour Scott, Mrt. C. W. Crone, Arthur Steve and Mri. Snivel,. suits coats, costumes and

Hughes Steele. Mr.. C. W. em. Bruce Waugh Carroll S. dressed during the recent fashIon e
Grin and Mri. Artie Ober. Phillips, C. R. Mitchell Mor ( r"o press week In New York.
Door prtiM went to Mri. ton Miller, John Ballentine T' The quilted zippered and Tie them at the front or back.
curb Unebaugh Mri. El-' Vicki Brown D. B. Campbell rYrte' hooded nylon mow jacket has For added dish, tide tie a THE HAPPY HOUSE

ale Moon and Mri. Bruce J. H. Lucy Ella John- ; taken over ai the winter uniform big-tri.cornered one on a _
Waugh stun C. R. Llnebaugh, Gertrude for the whole family in shoulder draping the pointed ..trl.l e ompUtt stale el

Attmdtnc wen Mesdames A. Tripp, E,.' E. LHltYI., y f suburbia The most popular other end off the other should- C SIFTS a CARDS a CANDIES ?/111'
W. D. Burt. W. E. Leonhard J. V. Ciusey. Robert Back. color: red.admitted ere "fr mO"'T.IN.X''NBrv.
J. ... BaIhI1. Artie M. Ober, nth, R. D. Motilnger and O. 259 W. Central Avenue
P. A. Delamater. May C. R. Leeds.e MRS. JOE K. HAYS end

C daughter Suiy, standing
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- - - Around The Town
r- before the piano In the terrace .

I I II II hone lounge fashioned which of held mumi.a Ladies Card Party Wednesday At Yacht Club I CUSTOM RE-UPHOISTERING, WORK

I II Miss Ennis Wednesday will be Ladies Card Day at the Lake Region Yacht and Country Auto Glass a Slit Covers S Convertible Tops

I Complete Selection of Fabrics
To Be Married Club.Mrs.
I I II Tom Snively Sr. and Mrs. Malcolm Peters will be hostesses. Members Hicks Upholstering & Glass Shop

4 I II II February 14th may go at eleven a.m. to play bridge and have luncheon, or go for the luncheon at 1201 SIXTH IT. S.W. lfM

I one p.m. and stay for bridge in the after noon. There will be a prize for every ta
Mill Jimmle Nell Ennli,
I II II daughter of Mr. and Mri. A. ble. Members are to make up their own table, and may take non.member guesto.

I C. Ennli of Auburndale, and CAMERA Lawnmower

I II Charley Ralph Hartley, ion Mn. Wlllism Lyons of Crystal yesterday to the Mr. and Mri. Russell Hoff. t4t & TV HEADQUARTERS
I of Mri. Jtacle Hartley of River spent the weekend Winter Haven Hoipital. man are here from their L
I II II Waverly. will be married at here with her parents, Mr. home In Hartford Conn for Winter Haven TORO _
I half-put seven o'clock on and Mri. Wilmer G. Mc. The High School Parent- their second winter season Phon.293-4694 Authoring (.111! S.rvl..
February 14th it the Lena Cutcheon. Student.Teacher Association tOJ Sloth S rtt, N.W. COMPLETI SMALL ENfilNI
I I II Vista Baptist Church of Au. will hear heads of each department Army PFC. Andrew C. Mercer e Give 1AM Grim timpi| MAKE SERVICE.LAWN REPAIRS MOWERS ON ALL aNEW

burndale. Ale Donald A. Nelson fail tonight at the monthly has qualified as expert OUTIOARO MOTORS.
I I II II II II The Rev. Nevi Townsend been named a winner In the meeting elated for 1:30 in firing the M-14 rifle la HOMES Phone 293.4667HARVEY'S

will officiate at the double- United Kingdom Sommunlcatloni at We high school. Each will Germany Pfc, Mercer a mechanic & REMODELING
ring ceremony. Region "Ssfely Slogan" give an explanation of the in the 24th Engineer I MOWER
I Nuptial music will be by contest. Airman Nelson, a work his department emcontpssies. Company near Kornweit- W. C. McEvers SERVICE
I II Mri. Ruth Cipi, Mri. Louise VSAF communications cen- helm, entered the Army In IUIIDINA CONTRACTOR 1111 etn/ St. Cyprttt Shlpptr .
I Newell and Ralph Hartley, ter specialist received a US November 1961 and completed all AN. c, S.W.> Cy 2.1140
vocalists, Mill Elaine Simp- hit basic training at Fort Cordon .
Bond for his
Savings prize Mn. Barbara Wells
I I II MO pianist and Mri. Sharon winning entry. The airman lathe the weekend with her daughter Ga. He arrived oversell

Meeki Mr. Ennli organiit.will give his ton of Mr. and Mri. Barbie, a student at the In June 1902. TERMITESSWARMING
James S. Nelson 1016 West University of Miami.The .
daughter In marriage. Mri. Lake Cannon Drive. Hit wife Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mar ? JOHN PETERSCALL
Fay Avery of Lakeland will
tin and have
family recently
ii the former Min Christine
Past Presidents Parley
be matron of honor for her 293.9745 PHARMACY'Groover
moved here from Alabamaand
M. StelnhouN of Sootland.Mn. of the American Legion Auxiliary

I II liter, and bridesmaids will I"
are now making their .
will meet Wednesdayat c: Prtlcrip.
be Mri. Doris Townaend of
I home on Avenue I, SE
NeD 0. Carter was
Cove City, .( Mri. Laura twelve noon for a covered tlon Delivery!
Ennli and Miai L'Wanna En- dish luncheon In the Tampa Mri Nancy Martin has arrived (II In city kite)
nla. Mill Lori Ennli will be Electric Leisure Room. Hostesses from Baltimore, Md. ADVERTISING DOESN'T Drlv..ln '

I flower girl and Bret Newell New Arrivals will be Mri. Eloise for a two weeks visit with COST IT PAYS Window
Bowen and Mri. Gertrude
I will be ringbearer. Mr. and Mri. James Henryat 110 1 Pine Se., N.
YOU CAN BANK ON OUR Austin Hartley win serve at Mr. art Mn. Alton L. Farley. their home in Stately Oaki. I* the Cy 4.2111
belt mm for lilt brother and Klrkland, Auburndale ion,
when will be Darrell Eon!., I:30 a m. Friday, fix pounds, Mr. and Mn. Herbert 8. DAILY NEWS-CHIEF .:
DEPOSIT SERVICES Bob Newell, Randy Simp. twelve and three-quarter Sweeney ire here from Pitts-
I ion, Jim Abbott, Romeo ouncei. burg, Pa. for s winter vaca

Simpson and Gary Bullock. Mr. and Mn. Balpb Hotlenberg tion. STANDARD TV

I Whether In to deposit Scoring, ion, 4:04
come money
you your
a.m. Saturday, seven pounds, Mr and Mn. W. D. Embay -
of Lakeland dinner Sales end Service all mates of TV, radio,
were on
I tend It by mail .r ute our night depository Instead of rolling clothes eleven ouncei.
Willis guests yesterday at the homeof Radio dispatched service calls.
after fold them ..ndpl.ce Mr and Mn. E. hi-fi, itereo.
service can be lure that will sprinkling Aunurndile 1:3. Mr. and Mri. Wilmer Me-
you your money Richer, ion :
In pintle bag Leavein
a 3.3421
I Cutcheon. 41 Srt St. N.W.
Saturday, seven pounds,
b. ..f.. Yet, banking here Is life and con the refrigerator for lev- fifteen ouncei. @

I era! hours before Ironing. Mr. and Mn. John W. 8.... H. Mule Delk wii dismissed .
venient. Find out for younelfl They will Iron more easily
(leton, Auburndale. eon 9:15: yesterday from the Win. .
I and have fewer wrinkles to p.m. Saturday, six pounds, ter Haven Hospital where he When you mon Always on the Go? :
remove. thirteen and a half ouncei. was s patient for several d.)..
I II Mr. and Mn. Bobby L. to town,* e.%_ Let us handle your. j

I Dobbins, Bathes City, daughter The Lake Alfred Fireman's telephone worries ,

Serving You for I II .I 13:M p.m. yesterday, Auxiliary members wl1be\ yaw W.'.,,,,. Wt!.. 24-HOUR SERVICE

I INSURANCE six pounds, one ounce. guests tonight of the Winter H.I ... will/ till with' abeak. _
Mr. and Mr*. James W. Haven group, at a citrus cooking 294-4204
1 1I ./ et .,Ite and
I 28 Years! SPECIALIST Colon daughter, 832: am.7eiterdiy demonstration In the Tampa .
1I .. Professional
kindly fr (ln,t line
seven pounds, two Electric Leisure Room at
I ouncei. 730.: ewe r.tijl..., sidle and -- ANSWERING, ,

...I"... Utdtrs. i-
I James H. Cross SERVICE

I 239A Third St.. S.W. ________
PEOP If see h. lu" meved
John Funeral Home
Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN Crisp I. Wlnttr Have k. wee

S1 UFE'INSURANCE to s>lwi*

201 First Street, South WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN
I I CO. 994-2989

Life Group Winter Haven, Florida THIS LIST OF LOCAL ADVERTISERS?


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Fire Destroys C y St. Joseph's I I Classes Slated Trinity Church South CentralContinued

(Continued From Page Ont!) ( from Page Ont)'

cepted way of conducting aD.'. plant before rescue units could,

Church Hears self in the various situations Plans ServicesTrinity get to It. Only ont wlnjtjp and:
i which develop In hospitals, accidents the tau were left unscathed, hi

emergencies and disasters salt;

t will be outlined.Not Methodist Church It Roberta laid that radio open,

Lake AlfredEighteen Panel GroupA only an Winter Haven holding a missionary movement atom In the tower beard a

residents sought at Gray Ladies program which will fea- voice can out seconds before

tore some unique programs on the crash:
but winter visitor winking
Lake Alfred Negro group of local professional any the monthly bull by the Schoolof "Don't do that or It wm
to attend the classes will be
:were left homeless yesterday men presented a panel discussion Militant, Rev Ben Black itatt"
made to feel equally welcome. Kt laid the voice apparently
morning when fire swept on "Moral Considerations burn, pastor of the church an-
from the doomed aircraft
In order that suitable arrangements came
through two single family duel of the Catholic Professional nounced today.A .
be made to handle "I was watching the plane. An
lags and a two-spartment house Man" at the regular may family eight sandwich of a sudden It veered to the left

In the Lake Conine District of meeting Thursday of the Holy any number wishing to attendit supper will be served each and fell. Then there was nothingbut

Lake Alfred, the Polk CountSherlff'a Name Society of St. Joseph's Is suggested that the Chap Wednesday night at 130.: Classes fire and smokt.
Church. ter be notified In advance If With these word MM. Jo

Office reported.The : sat" ..,.a 'a Participant/ In the discussion possible. designed for every age group Anne Rowell described what
fire started In the homeof Included Morton Hanlon, attorney and interest will Include ape- officials called the word plant

Mr. and Mn. Richard Ore 4 : a I ; Robert Huff, cltrusman; cia! filmstrips for youth and crash In the history of the

over while they and four of Dr Richard O'Leary, obstetrician Dixon Enters children. A native Cuban pastor Gainesville municipal airport

seven children were attending ; and James McNamee, Rev, DeArcy, associate Mn. Rowell was watching
who moderated the program. (Continued From Page One) minister of College Heights through a broad window when
church. Three of the Groove
Each speaker gave a short on gave careful study to the Methodist Church, Lakeland, a twin-engine Beechcraft shuttle)
children, the oldest of whom talk and answered questions on field of labor relation, per- will speak to one of the adult plant creaked on takeoff, killingall

was 12, were rescued by nelgt how morals influenced him in aonnel management, and general teutons. 10 persona aboard.
bon ahortly after the fire broke hit. profession. builnen. The adults win study the "It was pretty cloudy I was

out. Joseph Mealy, president of He served In the Marine million study course, "Our Just watching leave for Jack
When the Grooven returned the announced that Million Today". The children "
Society, Corps during the Korean Crisis sonvlile, the said {
home they found the three children the group will sponsor a roast ai forward observer for a tactical and young people Till reviewpictures "Then all of a sudden It
taft but the house was of mliiioniry event
beef supper on Sunday, Feb. air control party, operating veered to the ML I couldn't
consumed and around the world with special
completely 16 from 11:30 to 2:30
: a m. : p.m. ultrahigh frequency radio equip believe it.
flames had spread to two adjoining ........... In Father Anderson Hall, lo- ment. emphasis on India, Malaya, and "It wain't too high, maybe a
buildingi. .:...- ttM.: ...;'t_ ___ cated on the old church (grounds! His activities In the educational southern Allan countrlei. hundred feet. It just took a
All three of the houses were The evening'i activities will
HORSE SHOW SPONORS-A large number of membtri of the Frienon-Nicheli Ave. Kind Seventh St. NW. field Include; workshop second for It to fall back down.
destroyed, furniture and cloth. Include a family get acquaintedgame
Dog being lived from all but American Legion Post I were on hand yesterday for the Fifth Imperial Charity HorseShow event Mealy will said be the$150 tickets for for adults the Instructor in the Lakeland Boys' and a family inspirational It looked like It stalled, like

thy Groover home. The profits from the show will go to the American Legion Crippled Children's and 75 cents for children and Club; playground director with time The Family Night Schoolof maybe the pilot tried to take
the Lakeland lummer recreation too steep of an angle.
Besides the Groover family, Hospital Miiiloni encourages members
will be available from memo
,.others left homeless were B. program for three yean; and visitors to bring the "Ai loon lilt hit the gasoline
bers of Boy Troop ,
member of Combee and Lakeland started ipllllng and the flames
J.Jiarrli; Eddie Connelly, his which it sponsored by the Society entire family. A nursery ii
wife and one child; and Doroth; I Sure Thing Captures Sweepstakes Political Rivals Junior High PTAs; memo provided. ihot up.
'TLckman, her husband sod ber of Polk County Education "I ran to an airport limousineand
children. Chief owned (Continued From Page One) I Association, Florida Education wt raced out to the end of
(Continued From Page Ont) event, The Apache: ,
Groover told theriiTi deputies off and shown Robert Haag of fore civic clubs to live them Club Fund Association, building representative Fruit Shipments the runway. Another pilot from
with perfect by Key
that about a month ago they] performance, the facts on registration.Then of the Polk County Classroom South Central and a couple of
but Kelley tent his mount Lawrenceburg, bid, took top the students asked each
Teacher Association and other were with ui.
had trouble with the wiring (Continued From One) guys
Pile \ boxes)
through the course In 40 9 seconds honors with Too-A-Kind, owned club to take one page in the member and past vice.president Dally carloadlngi "When we got there the flames
He said small fire started,
a to edge Carol Hofmannwho Lake Wales phone book and the Kiwanis Key Club Committee from the Fruit and Vegetable
Allison Stables of Winter of Polk Industrial were already all over the plane
but little or no damage was by
and chairman Ka Division
finished in 416 aeconds call every person on that its John Inspection :
done. Groover said the wiringbad Haven and shown by Cheryl page Art Ataoclatlon. "We tried to open the door
Miss Hofmann had finished In this way everybody In the By rail 32,029 grapefruit, 10,
troa.Fisher Dixon li member of Woodmen but It locked from the In-
been fixed. the course first with her 416 Taylor, finishing second. phone book was contacted said any malt graduate a 481 orangei, 210 tangerines, ,. was
Owner of the houses Clarence second performance Kelley Mrs Alan Robson of West "This cost no money," Bishop of Winter Haven High of the World. He was a 114 temples, 991 murcottt; by tide. Wt couldn't heir any

L._Smith, Lynchburg Rd., Lake brought Sure Thing to the ..tlrt.In. Chester, Pa, drove Alluring laid "and it Imposed no great school It eligible for a scholarship member of the First Baptist boat, 525 oranges; by truck, creaming or anything. Just the
Alfred, laid the buildings were point and cut corners to Lady to victory in the isoo Fine burden on anvbody. And It produced loan from the fund, and Church of Mulberry, but he and 14.grapefruit,35.602 oranges, roar of the fire.
insured. cut the time down by nine seconds Harness Amateur Championship reiultt. anyone Interested should writeto ill family are now attending 1,701 tangerinei, 32.585 temples "We kept trying to open that
-The Florida State Forest and edge Can't Tell. and the Tangello Sweep The group discussed many him, at the high school, for East Side Baptist Church, Lakeland 2,757 murcotti (72 tangelos; door, but we couldn't

Service was called to the scene Sure Thing almost hit his stakes title. other Ideal most of them Involving more Information since they reside la that totals, 127,530 grapefruit, ".801 "Finally we had to run back
The Lake Alfred Fire Department downfall at a six foot jump that Cathy Stevens of Sarasota won school students and He also added that anyone area. 1,911 tangerine 40,899 because the whole thing was
did not answer a call! Windsor Cattle had refused to first in the American HorseShow civic clubs. "If your child wishing to make a late con Mr. and Mrs. Dixon are the oranges temples 3744 murcotta S72 tangelos going up."

.aaaiatance due to the homes take earlier In the competition. Medal Class, Stock Seat, comes home and asks If you tribution may do so by tending parents of four children, Judy, for a shipping total of
. T"WMg outside the city limit H. got off.stride after completing with Marty Loaey of Winter have reregistered: ," one man It to the Key Club.Chairmen. Jerry, Wanda and Debbie. They 221572 boxei. FLORIDA STOCKS ,

Total damage to the houses the jump, stumbled and Haven placing tecond. moaned "it really puts you oa reside at 929 Adrian Court, Cannery receipt, 2BM grapefruit Air Control IIH

was not disclosed.Communists. almost went down Only Kel- Two horses from Colon the spot if you jiaven't." lakeland. Mri. Dixon win serve 45>, 09 oranges, S,4U tangerines Tampa Electrie tSH
ey's riding ability pulled him Farm of Montvllle, N. J., own I Some of the ideas offered Included Set .>i campaign treasurer for her for a cannery total of Florida Telephone 18 H
over the big one at the crowd ed by Ben O'Meara, won both : sending mailing pieces husband. Plant Industries 2Vi
:: Hit gasped. the Grand Championship and with bank statements end In (Continued From Page One) Believing In Polk County, lit .57,909 boxes.

Blue Plum had run the second Reserve Championship in the Chamber of Commerce and civic Heart Association and on various unlimited future and its place HAVE COMFOITAILI SHOES WAIlEDPACE'S ,
(Continued From Page One) jump-off with a fault, but Green Jumper Stakes at Bon club mailings; put on a week commlttlei within that organization of Influence within the state,"

Maj Nguyen Vaa Nhung. aide the time was 221 seconds. Bonne and Tobacco: Road finished end campaign such aa the Win and "art both very Dixon promises "to give dedicated
of the newly-deposed junta With Kelley up, this horse was one, two. ter Haven Jaycees did at North much aware of the needs of the public service to the SHOE REPAIR
chairman, Maj. Gen Duong the first one in the second Left Dance, owned by Fairfield Gate Shopping Center; have heart association and the necessity people of the county, bated on
Van Minh, committed suicide Jump-off. Then Miss Hofmann Farm of West Palm Beach businesses answer the phone for this community's support sincere honesty, Integrity, and
Friday, the day after Minn was took Can't Tell over the course I won the Working Hunter Championship with Havt you registered"; of the Heart Fund," Rut- efficiency ai circuit court Drtve-l. No Farkliifl Problem 140 3rd St, N.W.
ousted by Khanh. cutting nearly 11 seconds off with King's Castle, and sending a public address edge said. clerk." FAST SERVICE
Khan flew to one Comma Kelley's time Then he brought; owned by Si Jayqne of PartRidge system around town
threatened area by belicopter out Sure Thing and trimmed I HI., taking the Reserve One problem right now Is .
Sunday and chatted with every corner on the course to Championship that the registration books will Haven Appliance Deafen
troops fighting the Viet Cong li beat her by seven-tenth of a I Extra Assignment, owned bj only be> available at precincts Present He First AnnualWASHERAMA

almost dally battlei second. Mr. and Mrs John A. Snivel} around the county until Friday.
"The chief of state must bIn Since the other two horses Jr of Winter Haven and shown However if enough interest is

front with hit men, not in 11'1 the second jump.off faulted. by Susan Snively! won the aroused In a community, members
Saigon," ha said Blue Plum took third place Three.Galled Amateur Championship of the group felt that the ;
"The sole essential point li to Anaconda was fourth and supervisor of registration may

have the population with ua,, Manors was fifth. The show was a banner one reschedule registration.
not in Saigon but In the country Mrs Diana Connolly-Carew for a Winter Haven girl. Scotty Gibson and Jones both ..ndSportswear-
," be added "That li where of Kildare County. Ireland, Turnbull who had not won a stressed that this will be a joint
the people are suffering and placed sixth on Barrymore Blue Ribbon cracked the jinx effort to get everyone registered
need to be protected Call Don owned by Coosaw and picked up two, Including the regardless of party affiliation Show
Both Khanb and the junta Farms of Dale, S.C., was seventh Pleasure Horse ChampionshipPark .
chairman be overthrew Thurs with Russell Stewart as Type Set Tall) on Courageous The seven man committee

day, M.J) Gen Duong Van the rider, and Domfee, owned Gentleman yesterday will meet later this week to FASHIONS IY RHtlNAUEIS
Minh, are combat veterans of by Emilio Azcarraga of Mexl- afternoon work up s plan of action to
the guerrilla war. President co City, Mexico, and ridden by John A. Snively Jr retired the get people registered.
Ngo Dinh Diem, who was deposed Hoaquin Peres Da Las Herat, Challenge Trophy as Mildred Free AdmissionWinter 3 BIG SHOWS
and slain by Mlnh's coup was eighth. Adams won her third consecutive I Free Prizes I
Nov. 1, was often criticized for Kelley picked up $1.900 first victory In the $1000 Three- New York Tuei., Fab. 1 11 I th Nora Mayo Has

failing to win peasant support place money and $600 for third Waited Saddle Hones Grand
In the war. place to run hit total earnings Championship.
The sources said that before to $4.160 for the five-day show. Susan Snively picked up five

the coup last Thursday, Communist Carol Hofmann won $950 for first places during the show Stock ReportNEW 2-speed FRIGIDAIRE Washer FRIGIDAIREhas
attacks on government second place; Frank Chapot along with numerous other 2-speed, 7-cycle
positions had averaged about 30 won $800 for third and fourth; place ribbons.

a day. They Included amail- Min Diana Connolly Carew Kay Harmon picked up the YORK (UPI) Midday automatic lint disposal Washer wash !
$300 for sixth; Russell Saddle Hones pampers your
scale raids probing moves, and won (300( Three-Galted stock prices:
ambushes of convoys. Stewart collected $250 for seventh Amateur Championship Stake Alabama Gas 55

Since Khanh's seizure of powIT and Hoaquin Peres De Las event on Starduat. American Can 41* rGIANT
baa Increased Metal $200 for eighth. Snively member of the show
er, the daily figure a American Sugar 23%
" to about to, the sources Following the presentations committee, said that the Fifth T&T 144
-- ttld for the Sweepstakes, It was announced Annnual Imperial Horse Show American
= The stepped.up Communist that a jump on the was the moat successful In the American Tobacco 21%
45* ?
= attacks could not be linked posItively course would be named for Kelley history of the show and that the Anaconda
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to the coup, the sources the first winner, and that American Legion I Crippled Atlantic Coast
:-: laid But it was noted that theM each subsequent year a jump Children' Hospital would receive Babcock & Wilcox S5 Model' WCD-M Haiti delft. S
:: guerrillas Increased their actlv- would be named for the rider a substantial sum from Bendix Corp. 48* 4 ell'". GIANT 4 easer
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3a' change of power, when Minh Jump. have namet. IS.000 ipectttori flocked Boeing 40 12 L.BC.viausty
y overthrew Dime three month Kelley may have set a precedent Into the show during the five day Borden 68UBriggl
however, when lie run and were rewarded with an Mfg. TV4 TUB !
"Z-- ago.The military sources said the asked the race offclali' to outstanding show. With (33 of Burlngton Ind. 43 TUB !

::. Viet Cong leadership may have name the Jump after the horn I America's finest horses and Chesapeake & Ohio MH
Ji ordered a doubling of raids and Windsor Castle which won ponies on exhibition, the competition Chrysler UH
ambushes for either of these the first jump sweepsttkei The wn the keenest in the history Cities Service M
!:IZ:: reasons: second Jump will thus bed of the annual event. Coca-Cola 119*

-To embarrass and weaken n--- $"e Thing. Spectator of the show yesterday Colgate 39*
- Khanh's regime at a time when Grey Ghost won the overall were given an extra performance Cone Mills 14*
be la seeking support from both jumping title while Sure Thing when the Victor Computing Continental Caa 43H' qt7+
f7 army officers and the civilian was the Reserve Chimplon Company's Six Pony Curtlll'Wright UVt '
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I Jean Saubert Wins Second Medal OlympicsINNSBRUCK I Hall Of Fame's Jacobs Wins Classic Meet, Daytona Cycle

Austria (UPI)- lowed her down and posted only youngest competitor In the field men' figure skating, an event 1 Mark Defeats Demaret In PlayoffPALM Honors Go To
:VarleU Gcltichel of France 1S3.88.: was third behind Manfred won by the United State in the Century
won the women' giant slalom I If the United State was disappointed Schnelldorfer of Germany after last four Olympic
in the winter Olympic Game I in its medal score the first compulsory figure. Karol Pivln of Czechoslovakia SPRINGS, Calif. score of 353 seven under

today on the bail of unofficial I thus far-rated more important Knutsen, who won the Silver who wa* second to May Be ToppedNEW (UPI) JImy Demaret blewan par Jacobs had round of 66- Foreign RidersDAYTONA
tine at her sister, Christine, I by Europeans than point*-the Medal in the tough Nordic combined David Jenkins of the U.S. In 18-inch putt on the first 74-74-69-70; Demaret 79-68-67-
and Jean Saubert of Ogden, Soviet Union was overjoyedwith event In the I860 Winter 1960, wa second with 156.4 playoff bole and It cost him 72-71.

Utah Miss, tied for second place I its success. It has already Olympic at Squaw Valley, point and young Allen was YORK (UPI) Bare $3,500, but he could still smiletoday Don Jinuary, the lender BEACH! (UPI) -
Saubert thus apparentlywon won *lx gold, four silver and Calmat of
Calif., came out on top this third at 151.6. Alain Motor riders from New Zeslsnd
her second ball' Hill of about his loss to young Texan, and southpaw Bob
medal of the four bronze medals. time by taking second in Sun France the European championand Fame now numbers and England roared away with
Olympics, the only two won by I I Four of Ruiila'a gold medal day' Jumping event and fourth favorite here, war fourth exactly 100 men-but that Tommy Jacob for the Palm Charles, reigning British Open the trophies during a weekendof
the U.S. team so far. She took are the work of Lldii Sko- In today' 15-kilometer cross I with 1552. figure may change before the Spring golf clinic title. king from New Zealand, finished U.S. Motorcycle Club event
a bronze medal Saturday for bhkova, who swept the ladle ski race. It was Nor- in a tie for third at 354
country Monty Hoyt of Highland Park end of the neek. Demiret who admit to 53 at Daytona International Speedway
third place In the slalom speed and i.i the and each won $3,100.
skating events
way' first Gold Medal of the :
."This time It was my turn," first person ever to win so current Olympic. Ill., was sixth with 1496 and The total membership hit the summers, and Jacobs, 29, were Next at 355, and winners of ,
Llti of Hershey, Pa., Sunday champion
Tommy On
exclaimed 11-year-old Marlelle I mark tied at the end of the regulation each Bob
firsts In winter when $2,450 Goalbyand
many a Olym century Sunday six were
Nikoliy Klsclev of Russia 16th in the field of 23 with 136 8. Mike Hailwood of England set
behind GoiUchel her, who finished second pics. surprised by taking second in I The compulsory figures continues oldtime star, Including former 90 holes in this marathon young Chuck Courtney two records a* be took the
Christine in year-old sister Mrs Skoblikova won the the combined for the Soviet Un today and Tuesday and spitball pit l c b e r. Burlolth event Sunday and Jacobs U.S. Grand Prix for 500 CC
Saturdiy'i ilalom. 1,000 following -
meters event Sunday ion' 15th medal of the ; concludes with the free skatingon picked up first prize money of
It marked the first time in history earlier victories in the games Grimes and Urban (Red) Faber Annual Swim motorcycle
three time more than any oth- Thursday. The U.S. team, $7,500, leaving Demaret with Earlier, Englishman Allan
that sisters had won gold 500, 1,000 and 1,500-meter were named to the game'ahonor
races.The er nation. George Thorn of though hopeful, la only IIn out. second money of $4,000. Affair Postponed Shephard won the 250 CC race.
medal in the
same winter only other gold medal ontodlY" Germany, who edged Knutien' aide bet to add to the UJ5. roll.Otheri Jacobs was in trouble on the The annual On Saturday world champion
Olympic program, the men'sNordic for first place in 1960 and wa* medal total, which could be the elected by a special first hole of the playoff when membershipmeeting Hush: Anderson of New Zealand
Marielle. skiing after bothChristine combined ski, was cap committee his second hot landed In behind of the Greater W Inter
which considered victories
and Jean leading after Sunday' jumping, I lowest in the history of the rode Suzukis to easy
had made tured by Tormod KnuUen a 32' took only third place, because I Winter Olympic only players retired for at least a tree. Demaret wa on Haves Swimming Association in the 50 CC and 125 CC races.
their down the
runs the tricky slopeIn year-old clerk, for orway'sfirst he finished 10th In today' ski I With the exception of 1936 at 20 years were Miller Huggini/ the green in three on the 510- Dill not be held this Hailwood, aboard a Z Augusta
exactly time of
same one gold medal of the game race. Garisch Partenklrchcn whenit the fabled manager of the New yard par-five hole and he week as announced earlier Sunday, averaged 100.61 mile
minute 1:52.24.That, 5311. seconds, finishedIn There was also great interest Knutsen had 46928 points, I took only one gold and two York Yankeei In the "Roaring lagged hit first putt to within The new date for the per hour for the 200 kilometerrace
] time became the best of in the opening skating/ of the men'sfigure Iselev 453.04 and Thorn 452.88.I bronze, the U.S. Winter Olympic Twenties," slugging outfielder II inches of the pin. He took a event Is Feb. 24 at 7:30: and left econd-pUce Phil
championship.Scott Heinle Manush and two long time addressing the ball p.m. la the Teen Center. mile
the field when the favorite, Ethan Ellan Aloi Kaclin of Switzerland record has been a good men Read of Luton England, a
from pre-1900 days, Tim Keefe and then mimed, taking a bogey
behind in the duet
Christl Haas of Austria, fol S. champion who la the finished first in the 15-kilometer : one. In fact, before these ninth
((9.32 miles) race in 49:12.8.: game opened, the Yanks stood and John Montgomery Ward as did Jacob.
John Bower of Auburn, Maine, second only to Norway In med Member of the Basebill "That war just a bad putt,"
a U.s. Army lieutenant, did all won. Writers Association who have said Demaret afterwards. "I For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3 139
Daily uU by finishing ninth In 52.26: But the American tally thus voting Jurisdiction over playeri was pretty disgusted with my
five seconds ahead ot Thoma. I far I I. a solitary bronze and the active within the lilt two decades self"
The Nordic combined competition I girl who captured It, for third failed to elect a man this Then he laughed and added,
News SPORTS i i. scored on a toUi, point place In the ladies' slalom year on the first ballot and are "Tomy'i a good boy. I've got a
for each of the two events 'I Jean Saubert of Ogden, Utah- now engaged In a second bil lot of year left and he's about
Chief Schnelldorfer ecored 162.0 goes out today to try to add at lot. Luke Appllng and Red Ruff through. Actually, I just ran R''
point in the first compulsory least one more to the score in big were only a few vote abort out of steam" Bagwell Building Supply R
figure, the three-chsnge-three, I the giant slalom, come what on the first ballot, 10 either former On the second extra hole, De-
to start off as the leader in may in other events this week. itar could wind up In the maret'i tee shot hit one of the
hall when the second vote li estimated 6,000 spectator
complied, probably later this wsrmlng around the golfer
week. while Jacobs got on the green Tampa Wholesale Plumbing &: Supply: :

Westwood Denison To ClashIn Of the six newest member of and two-putted for a par-three. Of Winter Haven

the Hall of Fame, only three By then, Demaret was lying Headquarters forAll Types Pipes, Valve ft Fitting
are alive. Griei, 70, lives In three on the green so it was all CRANE INDUSTRIAL DISTRI8U70R
Trenton, Mo.; Faber, 75, in Chicago over. AIM a C.mpltt. Stock ef Pump, Piumbln,
and Manuah 62, In Sarasota Jacob aim won $1,132 In the M.cfcanlc.l A Industrial Suppllil -
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formally before the annual taking home a total of 4tk St. Ae.L COLLECT N W. L..III..t MM H
Hall of Fame exhibition game $8,632.
BOB HAVILAND shot at copping the title. A win at Cooperitown, N.Y., July 27. He and Demaret hid 90-hole
Sports Editor tonight would definitely put
The Westwood Warrior and them In the driver' aeat. rvf
the Denison Rebels will meet The Warrior trail started out 'r
tonight in probably the most with three wins, but ran into ,
tradition-ridden basketball contest ambushs during their last two
that will be played in the outing. It U now S-2 and the l 1 KXWV
I high school gymnasium this sea- Tribe Is Just Itching to get back -

a lOlL to winning way. .. m AtJJttS:: : YI .. .
s The two Winter Haven Junior The Denison attack Is led by
t Rich Schools, who split a pair Sharp.shooting forward Larry -I
of more than spirited games I Swearengin who have averaged of Winter HavenSERVING
last year, meet head-on In a 13.6 points In the five tilts play I
Cam slated for 7.30: p.m. A ed. He la backed by three other set 4K.
preliminary game between the In the leven-polnla-.verl" col-
IX Made and Denison seventh .
ulmn forward Richard Hitch v
and eighth trader 1 II slated for cock 7.., center Tommy Hart
ISO: p.m. T8, and guard Tony Van Zant 1k3 AND HOME-OWNER
The most Important aspect of 7.0. Not only i* the Rebel five
tonight's clash, at least to Denl- adequate in putting point on .
ton fictions, will be that they I the scoreboard (441 per
put their perfect cage record on game) they have avenge kept' epponenett The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan ,A odaM< u
the line. The Rebel Hand atM almost nil, allowing 231 4a4
m the Polk Basket- .
County per game against them. Rebounding
ban and have w: '
League a good on the defensive .
boards Is on of their strong ..
Track Gamblers points.In r t cttai11, ,
the Tribe camp, forward '1: .
;: '
Jemire Hlghtower leads the y
Be On Motiley scoring with 10,0 per contest.He i .,If.

BOSTON is followed by guard Jedd /
(UPI) If economics .1. 1 1 e
student become stock exchange Sealy at t.t and forward Roy I 1
runners, the bulls and Tic at 82. The Warrior have ;. f 1 1 ae
bear better beware of Wendell averaged 31.0 per game and al- ,1:;.''dlls ,
Mottley.Mottley. lowed a i
1* a 22.urold) senior The Westwood eager lost to "
at Yale who right now has two team which the Rebel
got to be the hottest thing on managed to down. Denison ON FIRING LINE TONIGHT Denison' Larry 1e
the indoor track circuit. He' edged past Haloes City 22.21; r Swearengin, left, averaging 13.6 points per game, and .
10 hot the track gamblers are Westwood lost 2725. Denison Westwood'i Jemire HIgntewer, right, netting 10,0 point % e .
betting on the length of his drubbed the Kathleen Tigers per tilt, are expected to be two of the big guns for their .e.
vapor trail.Mottley 51.22; the Warriors losing 28-19. respective teems as the Winter Haven junior high school a e .
hit the big time three The Winter Haven teams have cage teem clash tonight. Game time I II 7:30 In the high 1
weeks ago when he let an Indoor played two mutual opponents. school gym.Kentucky's. 11 1111 .1.
record at the SCO-yard dis Denison upended Lake Wales
tance. The Trinidad native ran 39-29 while Westwood copped a .e
out of team on the final lap S4-2 victory. Against Lake Alfred ,
of his bid for a 800-yard recordat the Rebels won 85-24 and Rupp After 11 11 /1 1.1 11 11 1 1 1 1.1 11 .1.YI 1 1.1 1
New York Thursday night. the Warriors cams out on top 1.1. .1 .111.
He came back Saturday afternoon 5023. i //e
to win at that distance All thing considered, Denison
for Yale In a dual meet with would be considered the favor. No. 700 In Basketball
Dirtouth. And Saturday ite. But If list year's two intercity .
Bight, be ran the fastest indoor junior high game were any
quarter mile ever 48 seconds Indication, excitement Is expected By JOE GERGEN strslght game to employ the
flat to highlight the 75th Boa- to be plenty and the VPI Sports Writer 1-3,1 tone defense something Most Women Are From MissouriAt
ton Athletic Association track tor In doubt until the final Vlc'l considered blasphemous in the
Adolph Rupp, who has per
meet. set .
Baron'a first 33 years at LexInnton.
formed before counties crowd .

In the course of his 84 years at Vanderbilt, (No. 5)), stunned
I Kentucky, is about to createone by Auburn, 11-63, 1 I. at Alabama least when It comes to money. They want to be

BRING YOUR CAR TO of his own at the pinnacleof tonight for another important shown that their hard-earned dollars are going to
GOT WEAK the basketball coaches' manmade SEC match. The Commodores .
THE EXPERTS DURING mountain.The although 14-2 overall be safe before they Invest.That's .
THE NEXT 3 DAYS Baron of the Bluegrass have suffered both defeat in
BRAKES ? I. on the threshold of becomingthe conference play and have yet than before
why more women ever
C.m.bA' 'Ie ''ee' s.ddlwh college mentor to to win an SEC game away
1 enl, reach the plateau of 700 victor- from home.Michigan. with our help. They know their account Is Insured
fee and he may horn in on the No.1 team In
2 ,,.,. "_'llll.l. satire! the company of two tonight. the United Press International up to $10,000 by an agency of the U.S. Govern
ENDSHAKES WiUsyitMrMea*..... Only Ed Diddle of Western ratings, seeks to elimlnuate defending know their Is readily available.
FRONT Kentucky (754)) and retired champion Ohio State ment. They money

3 rest sad eltga.l, w71h Pbog Allen of Kansas (771)), I from the Big Ten race tonight They like our generous dividends.If .
sealer, east.', sad heIsi under whom Rupp played his when the two clubs tangle at
i ? ..rr.sted aced jeanisgstryeW college ball two score year Columbus. The Wolverines, who
ago, outrank the Baron In total ran their winning streak to you are from Missouri when It comes to money

victories. Rupp bat captured eight and their record to 151 we Invite savings. In any amount, your ac
I9t game going Into tonight'sSoutheastern with an easy 95-79 rout of Michigan -
Conference struggle State Saturday, have already count Is welcome. .
at Georgia, which upset thrashed the Buckeye '..
futtdofWWn Tennessee, 79-67, Saturday once this season ,
S The third-ranked Wildcats weekend pared the list of major ;
S TAuncfoyAIL slipped past obstacle No. 699 college unbeaten team to
on Rupp's timetable when they one UCLA. DePaul, which Zer :
FOR ONLY .f edged Florida, 77-72, for a 15-2 had won Its first 13 game of X
season mark and a first.place the season, bowed to Louisville, EARN 4 Annum
tie in the SEC. But Kentucky S3-79, despite Jim Murphy' 25
was forced for the third point

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delivery and aatl- L J. McCOY Quality workmanahlp conditioning, I bedroom., JVi lent for retired. northern -.,, .. n",

VACUUM rut clean and naaoa FOUR room upstairs apartment. baths, rote garden, 27 fruit Good flnhing 143: W. Lake Can- '
FOUND: IIn,'. jarket behind high IMS VOLKSWAGEN!: II a V I II. Phone HI able Phone CY -4680. U* ..taIIIt..1 Private entrance. carporta, close tree, deep well and Irrigation eon, WInter Slaves. JQ- |,jIF
achool. 1/34/M Identify and pay to downtown Seasonal tourist preferred -
.. for ad. Mr. McMahon CY -7111 with unroof. Jan-Phyl Vw.,*. 17-TP Call 2M-104 or ... at 211Ava tyitem. Home cm be bought

after 5:00 p.m. Sl-l October$115000 canh h. take only A. SE $1-$ with one or two lot*. Call for TOBdont
ha,. much caeh but
Spedal balance IrSOOO. SWIMMING POOLS TWO bedroom furnished house la appointment to tee and make credit I. good A you want t home your
LOST: A navy blua anort coat ..1... Call after $. Eagle!: Lake. Adult only Reasonable offer a* this home i II being offered In the BE within I Wockt of all

aomewhert along eaut SlIt Street $476 NURSERY rent Ernest Condar, 2R4 at s sacrifice price. achoola. If you want I epaclouabedrooma
COLD WAVE Reward offered. Call CY 14127.sI .. C SB Peerce Av*. $1- with cedar lined cloaela,
-127 CLEAR: PURE Also pool heat- luxurloue parquet floora II you
((9)) Business MOTTO era and automatic; cbemloal feeder CLEAN: bedroom trailer Adult EDNA WATSONREALTOR have dreamed of the "" .In... el a

Car Phon anytime CY1RBS8 only. Mid-Lahes Mobil Horn real. brick fireplace In your 0...
$10.00 ((5)) House TrailersFOR POOLS CY 1-11181 17.TF Park ThomhIU and Spirit Lake knotty pine paneled living room.
FOR SAIE Body Rd. 23-327. $1TF .M Sib SL, NW CY 4'4141 Then brine your furniture yourCredit
meet With 1..... I2M 00 rash and $86 00 m...
IALE t 10' W IMS Ptthflnder dale WO 71(20 HEARING AIDS FURNISHED: room air conditioned 2-4 total A call for appt. to see.
Bob Slmi Front kitchen bedroom 4710 NURSERY adjacent bath 11$ Aver .. Suprlna CY -7211. $04

"Styled Especially for You" New Tampa Highway, Lakeland, MOTEL II cotta 5 '10... NE. $1- FOR SALE: 8-Bedroom S-bath
>*-Ffb. 14 170000 111.000 Florida 11"1
Florida Saturday leg room room LOVELY
CLUBBEAUTY I Bedroom Span-
COUNTRY fallen In Winter *. C. I Ie. POLK HEARING CENTER tlllty. CB cell heat See at bh .
Type horn Car.dena
SALON NOW SFLUNn full line ot -1652 Coker Bid,. M Ird SL, NW ((12-C) Mortgage Loansiwmswwmsmswwwmswwwmsw'iww Mh Court NW. $12000 Area, Florida Room. Central.
1615 Dundee Rd. CY 3 1839 SKYLINE THIS: MOBILE WFFK New HOMESSPECIAL 1M4Ml NATIONALLY S-TF Phone 29318.2ULEa H.I.... City 422-1181 collect. 28-1 Heat $11.600. CY 1-00111. 12TFON
28 U K 10' wide ST7K500: PALM doalerehipa available REPAIRS BATTtRIES .. LARGE LEVEL LOTS Klngman
SHORE! MOBILE VILLAGE.!: RI Mart Product advcrtleed 4-TF / Aria. Water power. 1496 till CHAT OF LAKES New 4
of Lake Alfred SO-I magaalnea and "'... Alterations price. $1000 down, $1000 month.I bedroom, $ bath horn 40'rreened
l'otlt'mUJIm OR GROUP have the .. \ Folks Like Our Intereat Write Box 48<, King porch double carport,
1918 Alma Trailer SO ft. aluminum bitelneca and "" mill Aria Free picture map dork Weal aide Lake Elol.e Hoov-
em fits $50.00 and more enjr tub bath. Excellent: rondlon tore. write (or an REPAIRS TELEVISION REPAIRS \ Mortgage Loans .. .r Road CY -4740 CY -0851. T.TF

and fait Have 10 member Priced for quick tale Phone pointment to Box Aluminum Die-

U twenty SOc pack. CY 4-1474 $11IMS Chief Ino. CY I-S594. there's s reason .
each ad only IDYLRIDGE VIEW
luxurious Pray furnished Champion Il-r.b.12 s wide variety of money A Very
agea my lovely a-BFPROOM: NORTH OATK BHOFriMO
er Grace Table Napkin Keep 10 0 60. 4 month old FOR SAIE teed CENTER \ source FHA and i OPEN HOUSE B
2607 Avt G, NW Rear). Meat Market
No 83.11\0.00. Phone 3-85flI VA mortgage money j
$50 for your treasury. 11- model freeier canes. CHAIRS FASTEST TV SERVICJB SOUTH Neat HomeNewly
available Saving and i
money needed. Free Samples refrigeration dlnnlay 1-11 I $9,950Out
Wade. Dept. 1S1AC1.LynthDurg bonea moat ..... I { Loan mortjage money,
Anna '(I 10' I W New Moon trailer rash register and add insuri i .
too also life redecorated bedroom
S CBhomo
for Aim
Small equltv and aaeuma pavmenle See at: Refrigeration Haveodale Blvd. Turn
Crutchea, Walk- AUTO SERVICEDODGE II Sore mortgage oa corner lot Large closets
SS3-83M 24 trio Service Mr. : company
right Slat St. or Airport Road kitchen with built.In It .
Oortfrev a Rental, oven rang
i itype
CLOCK: HEPAIBAntlgu Avenue "E" and loan. selected the
: Ift-TF Drapea. coil
A. NW. to lit paved road on left, or utility carport heat ,
and modem Work guaranteed loan belt suited to hallow well A Fenced yard.
TWO bedroom trailer with 10' I pump
for 12 month. PICK-UP 1315Fairfax 22: cabana 1169500 Call An-' your needs whether for j call Walkingdletanct to erhool ft .to.... '

Db;LIVERY N E Own M F.from Oreen I 00 pmno burndala Woodlawn 7-4365 M Fink Camp Reaort, Aulhnrlaed Factory Srrvlc Oa sale or refinancing- CT MTU Only 19.500. Good terrna. ,

( ;. .. Ail lbIV week: Liquor ......... Chryeler oPIymouth eLancer
pm 27-Feb. 25 Valiant Town & Country' 301S4N '
.nd.. CY -62t2 Beasley Realty Co.
General Store. Bldg.Inventory FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS
: CLASSIFIED, DISPLAY ([5-A) Moving & Storage .. : AWN- 121 Sixth Bt., 8W .29M10I Mortgage Corp. Eqilty' Balaae SS.*M 14 etk 8t, KW CT S47S1
Low low In
"monthly payment
Treller Park A Pick CY $-56 4 211 177 .pnlla CY -1141 j ereat CB. -,, Burnished I CB houta -bedroom. 1-bath fans.

IMPERIAL MOVTNO STORAOE .. .... .. IS-Feb. 12 Sine 1MO I
lot Orange
Camp Carport Large lIp room carpeted L.R, cx>mppletely
3JfUfiJ ; J-JrJ Prompt and efficient service fnran UPHOLSTERINGFINE ...IIIIIIIIItItIllItIlIlJlltJIIIIIIIIIIIIIII., I t.... Nice nelghhorhood. BY equipped kitchen, carport
---1. I your moving needfl Call Loral Live Halt OWNER Phone 23-448 $14 .large lot. Many oasis 2304 A...
CY 1-4 m for free aitlmataa.Agenta Partnership .... .... CARS .18-
.. F, NW. CY $468L $14
S tuxx MUM fl n*)owaOMiltr for Alms Van Llnea. Inc
serving all 50 .1.".. 14-TF .. VI'HOI.8TERING EXPERT -
Gift Shop Bid, ft
,.. Watea ..* CAR Bank fi RLriNISHlNG aelrUlon WOLF'S Completefabrie UPHOLSTERY ,13)) Real EstaU For Salt Beautiful A ( BR.$100 CB DOWnS hone. Several
......" S.ea.e) Tevern Equipment AUTO ,ES. (61
(6)) Special Services 890 00 t day ........ -Feb. $ SB CY S-S710 SHOP DarNtCht22Feb 114 Avenue A. CHARLES McCOMIC.$95-264 Bog. Broker

ITFeb, IT 4 COP Liquor LI 22 $8500.00 M
CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND Drive.In Reatcurant, SERVICE Garden .

(I-A) Instructions -ALTERATIONS modern equipment- Blind 1010 Hickory atltched game owner Mjrra. Piano Tuning & Repair 2088 28th St. NW NO DOWN. Inwood PAYMENT aecUoa. CT- S-MOtu I4ee4j i ifIIOm.

NW. CY7951.. Mra. .Edna Modern Dreai Shop ..r.b. I
.'';'': aer. 2....... 2i Inventory ... ........ .. SERVICE: Corner lot, completely fenced yard, Grove ( I
Experienced: arailuat technician
U.s; Civil Service TestslM EVA THOMP9ON BOOKKEEPING JAN TV Servlc Betlxrartlnn guaranteed FREE two bedroom CB houee near MEW modera ,-...,,!_ rtb*>'
SERVICE Inroma Tex Phone CY Mm E3T1MATF8 For appointmentphnne school and church Ideal for ment home Cloee-ln 684 Av* 0
women. 1162 Start highs CY 4-1160 bIll Ava F NWIFeb I Reglilertg' : a A H.-S P.M. 294-1815 Donald R Jonea, the retired couple $100000 ust s half mile East ot Cypress HE" $ CY4265. 12-Feb.: liPLAY
$1(200 a week. Preparatory I Real EMote S-TF 1311 $5tb St., NW 27-Feb. 35 Ctrdej on State Road
2'4.121'r Iowa payment $1700 month-
training until appointed. Thousands ,.... t SIU* E..o'' 540. Many new models now OOLFtVary
take -V- --"liJ..Li I ly owner will trade till, for handy when pee Itv* *l
of Jobs open. Experience Alfred 13J S. Lake Shore Way. (Bonded by .larger bom or a tot I ready for your admiration. 750 AVENUE R. WE.
usually unneceiiary. FREE information oppoilte Bank of Labs Alfred Drive out today and see these New MEDALLION HOME with I

in jobs, salaries, requirements Weekdays S-..00 p.m. Sundays ( ) For Sale (I LA) For Rent Unf. new two and three bedroom bedrooms kitchen IVi batha.heat All alectrta
00 Denham ceiling large rear
Write TODAY, giving I 00 p.m. to I p.m. Medallion homes In beautiful screened porch Bodiled front lawS
lFeb 14
name, address and phone. Ward. WIIL 8FLL etork ATHERTONFOR Garden Grove with underground Inigitlon. .......

Lincoln Service Box A-1375 c/o leg Night club eoll 11000. Peat J407'4 Av*. C. SW Large I bedroom 75' z 16V lot Price only $15500..
.Chief. INCOME TAX RETURNS MADE Ready to go. 2I3-81M Clay $1000 ( yard ho.i.e $8(. TOWN ft I JOHN G. WOOD lino doES and we pay closIng
News File early for quick refund H E ., Land clearing COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. CY coat
Pollard 741 Carroll A... Phone anytime >>10 1-1141.. H OPFW: nrrniAT' i Se s PS.BARRIO.CONNAZY .
of bualnea eouree ,
FOR til type Secretarial Account- (1//01| Articles .I . J-BS.DROOM CB ho".* for rent. 227 Third St., SW 2M-oKKII
majoring In coIl .. ... Dryers 1452 NE elk 8U $7600 month Ls.Ie, A Ofose Atbsrt.s. RealIse I SO-TF
Ins Typing IBM Keypunch BUSINESS Winter Haven Drafting Co TV Sot Steraoa 24-2639. 23-TF WJ.HIT Phone 291133S

WINTER HAVEN All I.p.- Commercial A RUMMARR! SALE: ..! Reeondt-, 4- FOR BALE! Rifle Rang Area
offlc :
CO!.LEG I!:. 394-31M, NW.or com 28-Feb by ::18- Renldentlal drafting S 00 A.M. II 00 fuaranteed Term. 2-BGDROOU duplex. tile bath Florida 110 i Modern $ bedroom home
S3! Avenue Satlnfactloa Guaranteed UP. JOHNSON electric kitchen Newly $W Dowa 150 month
lIm Noon 4 00 P room BALI Current Mortfagea per
Drawn BWg CY 4-14M S 00 P.X. 100 ,.... Lake Alfred decorated $8000 CY $-133$. (46 well aeaeoned. attractive die- I bY HX)16. 6.;';

2-TF appllancee. Antlquea $ Rites $72-1690 7th St, NE 24 count Tele 23-1114. Writ ..0. SELL BY OWNER
((2)Help) Wanted clothing; a.]|, cite |. 1 -TF Box 171 Winter H...... $-4 MUST FOR SALE! J.l+B.dmom houaea.BE .
WAREHOtlglC/STORAGE SPACESUnite '63 Av*. H. NW. Brlrk houn 1 : Section Call CY t-1611
I II' x 21 i'I month tntlqua chair MOT For Check bedrooms ft den Appllancee 1100 I room home, 1H bath, hardwoodfloors S-T
11 I 24 HIM Winter Haven Rear). TOWN ft COUNTRY REAL I lota. 1860000 for quick
LAKE ALFRED LADIES Boat Storage 42nd Street NW. signature, aim dating ESTATE CY -1141. H Modern aal* First elaaa ,ba... . FOR SALE OR TRADB FOR
CY M293 17-Feb 1.I6A FLORIDA FARM Well aatab.lahed -
FOR EASY quick .1. pocket
B Ranch
PRESS Phone CY Style 1451 35th NW prontabla finltur bu Vneaa
IT ned but cannot rent flectrlo: :
you money $ BR I bath home with G... I :. Writ Elder FiraltaraRnawell. .
A. NW. T'
work full time, we have the ( ) Animals & SuppliesAKC Blue 1100 Lualr per day John with. :: ;: built.In rang ft oven alee HomeON na ... NW. $4
breakfaet bar Lane lot ft good
opportunity you need. Plea.- ware since. 40', realnVntlal. area. Walking dlntaac I S-I

ant; profitable AVONterritory well. In very to Elhert Elementary School M ACRES OF LAND
in Lake Alfred. Registered 4 Red Dachnhund I ROOMS of fine 213-738. $0-1 1110. Phon McElroy Builders I BRAND NEW HOMES Blue Chip Value
pupplea Hava temporary ahnte over paymenta of 15 2S4-43M Enjoy, living at SLEEPY! OAKS SUN ACRES
eliee and
and wormed. T waeka old. CY ahapea
nrludlng refrigerator RANCH. Home bee $ bedroomabatha 2110
Writ P. O. Box 1395or -7120. a.. Like new ... and floreerent CLEAN: .....dmom vnfiimlehedhoiiae living ft dining room firs- 1 bath It's the home
Sate. 61 Sth 81.. NW rsm to uno place: large Fla Room terraaao
call 682-4137 Lakeland .$1-$ F8TATE: CY l-fll$7 CY loore. modern kitchen with built- 1 bath. Sun Acre.
((7)| ) To Buy or Trade TRY Dladax Tablet -2464. MS Av*. C, SB Sl-S ID oven ft range. dlnhwaeher Deepwell 1 8 Low Bedroom dowa payment monthlypayment It's the area
2-4 A* la Take ocr carporta ft large utilitY.
A Diet
New name. .. earn. Johnson 3 00 Ave. M. NW. $ bedronm houm M acre of the aoU h.. been
I. only .We .... Alfred. I72-11W Garage. Screen Porch $75 tented aa Fort Meade soil and ('all Perry X.rdl.. C'Y 1-1218 cc It's the
FARM equipment aaleiman. AI' WE BUY need appliances and furnlture -TF TOWN ft COUNTRY REAL deal for .11 MI'. All thle for only Don Winters CY 1-1433. I12-T'
21.te; 66 preferred Experienced and wa sell uaed appllanoI ROLLA WAY BEDS ESTATE: CY S-1141 2-4 140000 Owner wlehea to trade
In tractor and grove equipment I and furniture Brooke Appliances highchaIr for home In Winter Haven or will Yes, this truly fine borne I.
aal*.. for Polk County Traiuporta- Furnltura. 2851 HarendaJe Bird Floor Poll.hera. U suit, while aell 20 acree of land without horn OILY $*M DOW all of these sad
offeredI.e things
for 030 First time ever
and commie- 112
fwrnlehed. Salary
doe 1TF I RENTALS J90I Are pintle tops ex For Rent Furn. last hove. right In and aaauin amal
lion Contact Ken Hoffman phone One $ piece wl- ((12)) u* today It can t much, much more,
J93-S&2. UulchlnjoB Tractor Co. for FLOOR Bamplea. monthly payment New I bedroom
Ilk. Hot-
tnl...>>... J.T (7-A) Industrial Equipment hire. lampa, etc electric new rang.. Beasley Realty Co. with terraaao noon eU fur- A. It has three bedrooms

HOUSEKEEPER WANTED II>rmi 4th. It.Wtrrhouia. NW. .. refrigerator .34 Ma St., NW nap*. qualifying aecaeaary. L*. t two baths (one with

RooM 'pd furKnhod I plus drawer. $ mating EXCLUSIVE tated at 13* X. Hoffman Street, dressing room) beautiful *
$10 14( MIs?? rrd... WOlfe 00- JOHN BEAN HIGH PRESSURE: M4 LEWYT .... ... 23-2MS M B CT JHST CT JM78JH Labs Alfred. T* Inipect call with fireplace
m... .around 40 ,.... old. Sln.I. (HAND SPRAY) MCH UOPM All tonla. Fantaatla .' RENTALS 21.23 CTUM:
$4481. lOa Am. 0. NEw.a. .... WEST Mason S usury expensively carpeted
phone;Y Seen Royal pump. ant Gal. ...oodenI.nk .,. SW Tirme. ,
:. 146 Preacott Spray Boom ./run.. APPLIANCES TVe PHIL('() ST. SWIPES $27 Third Street. SW. SOTFBEDROOMS living and dining
.. 1ST
Hoses WEST- I S bedroom turn
Jet borne snIpe
w/guna filler attachment ,
EXPERIENCED P cello C. mal or 1120000. C' John Deere KIIII- range Terma. BlC* Room home for aal.. Hot watereater dining room. nearsheppteg room entry foyer ,
famala. Apply In nerana NorgaLaundryi for dim wheele WELL DRILLING pIg !' $1-$ new roof lot W X 100-. center Good location. fully equipped kitchen .
on Hydmauilcellyoperated. Furnished
apartmenla 1 A I bed
Cleaning Village. Thrllt- trailer Will drive reaaonabla after ItvlnaNo city tax... 16MO.!
ASH ONLY no (Ity
war,Shopping, Center between I.00 ACME! harrow. 23" for blades I4M..00 136mV I'. pipe. WO1 Drill pipe ( trade-In Seta rooma. refilled. Write Mr ..... Qultmar CY -S22S. $1-$ double garage .
p.m.l.! COO ".m. S4 1'4" pipe 1 driver r NY "charge It" Cone P O Box HOE Sanlord. Fla central heat and air conditioning -
: Erg! flow spreader. 1200 00. 430'ohn ilte for 1" deep .. ... Sib It. ft Ave I S bedroom home $100 -35- BFDROOal. S-bath quality b iltt i colonial de
iiiem- ......I ambltloue ladle Deere orchard tractor on fuel .
ment for drilling .. M $ I bedroom I bath hem, ".. horn for aala by owner. Call313eelS
rull hvdraullca 82000 00. 60 Model3nhti sign
who would lib to earn entroa Deere orchard 10000 e..h. Reaaon room .,__. ? 191 raft SALE OR TRADE: t-bedroom after 4$0 am.. for appointment -
.In time An excellent tractor Full
money penonal CY StIll : The following 4 > bedroom Unf. _, $71 home with mttaa-a Home "...- 11-4
opportunity for houaewlveeMual Hydraullca, 1130000 2U-S&51 29-11 week dope released for nale. cello rented Will accept anything B. This home Is located on

,I be neat anit willing to work and all day Sunday : 1 Portable 14: 7J BEE of $1000 value for our equity Call 110 Acne Frame Sbedraombom Howard Terrace with sa
Alao Key* opening for one rnanagar portable 19 72. I *. $7 MM Ranch land canoe
CU:FR 2-141 for Interviewn ((81) AutomotiveGOOD automatic ronenle. BEASLET REALTY CO. Orlando 43V4507 for appointment.JhIIIIIIIIlIIIIuIllflslIlIulIIIIuuIuuIlIIILt J.7 mpnvd $40 on acr*. $% IntereatOwner exceptional lakeview of
-$ ZENITH II* available 24-1209 I CY -7017. $14ClASSIFItO both Lake Howard and
roll about etand .. J.T 1M Mb Sfc, >W Lake Mirror. Truly so
Hunting t Fishing Car .
un.np.rtnnrod 7th Furniture area to be desired by the
EXPIItftINCED. II' Plymouth Btatkw. W...... $M. Ird BI.. NW.
salpu',oprsa.ntatlvo 011 ...mml.- Mlir Item 1263 I Only $100Down most discriminating.
,Ion Mil ,. M."i 28S-OH1. 11-1 CY -4471. FURNISHED Rental Beaeonal
O, NW. C A..1fM.P1.re .swwwww_ $1 year round ATHfcRTOIREALTY OPEN HOUSE
C. The of this home
SPEEDOMETER Tachometer. : 14$ W. Central Ave CY | price ,
EXPERIENCED waltree wanted.If Complete service and new cablea. 4-rja. a>-TF which baa 2000 square
vat be meat and dependable.Apply L Jk J Smvies105 ftk St., swCY : PRINTING r I & Motors FRI. SAT. SUN feet
*a paraon between 1:00: p.m.SOO'pm. .. 4-USS. 1TF 1 BEDROOM furnished CB Apt. E i to qualified buyer on this ii I of living area, is

or 100 pm-1000: pmSundowa Ground floor Close to town SAO E i 1 bedroom 1 bath home E Pot THIH HAumuLNIW I $33000 Already financed,

Iteataurant. Ird 81,:24 AAv..L&W. 111\1 OLDSMOBILE Super (S. Perfect NO. t: motor 14 ft. alum year REAL round ESTATE.TOWN CY A-114t COUNTRY H E: Newly decorated E NOMIS .. I s down payment of only

condition all power, new trailer All for Built.In ovra and range Si $3,000 1 is needed.

EXPERIENCED grov labor Tall tI.... Make offer CY2324.. 1-4 Usually ",*.. <. tit S-3MO or CY FOR RENT: : New bedroom houMFurnlphed i Fenced back yard Si Horbord Street I
a.rare...* Servlc. CY $*6ol. $1-TF or unlurnlahed. Call This slz months old borne
: : 35-s Ml TBIKD Fully equipped New Mcnry *a CY 4-18M. $-7FIRNI8HFD i Located near Lake with E LAKE ALFRED Is shown by appointment

tI... 3SM1M after S p.m. 1-7 fee the ripper fi.! ltlmote enol..l. i sand beach and 'picnic Ei I only. For additional Information
: 11-1 -
.TEAR OUT THIS AD MOTORCYCLE 1HM Honda "'"I (5 "vlp' the EFFICIENCIES nc UNFURNISHFD and 1H BED i area Small monthly pay- E TeM .*...*. (love sverfIds! I can

"M", 1SM mllai CT UII60 etch. Ik, "*ii tlU1 .. ., _I. M HP ROOMS. Nice large airy room E: merits. CallRUSSELL wOe **yl,*! till (*r t4lllll
tier $ trailer ,(ill.
and mall with address p.m. $14 : tilt $1 Conveniently located In Old PoatalBulldlnc. Hike Nelei
name, I 2-4 Call CY H85t or CY FRAKES *ir*. I
for big box of home need and FOR PALl OR TRADE 1M1 M167 t-TF
cosmetics for Free trial, to test Model Ford 125000 or will For Inform.loln Eves. A SaL CT 1-1U1 S LEIS BROS.
rada for 2M>ce motorcycle In good $. -5- 110 7th It.. BW. I bedroom fur- HAROLD SELLERS
In your bom. Tell your friend, ndltloa. May be aeea at Oil Hall etched houa*. $50 TOWN A COUNTRY -

mk. ,money. Rush name. Buick. 114 SEAL ESTATE.. CY $-1141. IUIIDIR t Dtraom REALTORS

BLAIR Dept. M5AC1, Lynchburg 061 METROPOLITAN Good rendition (I ) Unf. H ;TowN CowimvI LAKE ALFREDPhoMFRMSOf 120 Ilk S&. NW.

,' Vs -3 :Mono actual mllea. Make S-BFDROOM furnlahed heua* oaSth ?7/U no .
.. offer CY S-3M4. SI-IH7 Bt la Elola. $13.76 weeklv. I (Opposite Nertk Gate)
RETIRED: couple with hauls trailer OPTION. TO CY $-4308. 104 : Ct3H4lIlllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllr ti! lL UIiJU!)
1 heth house 'I 2M-SW ?Kite CT
Mr.operate aervice atatton CADILLAC Sedan DeVllle: 42SSSPa9
Live oa premlaee. Utllltlea furnlehed. Beautiful Car A1 condition U>5. ., .. j *-Ina anplled IHO 00 araln per ROOMS A APARTMENTS i !I j
'.Winter Jiavea area. FR No ,...d.. Cu be usa .( 230 Ave down nevment. McCLROY Bt'II rEK9. Downtown Week or month Very
2-UOO M C. IW. 2M 394432415Vt laic.. JUaaonable. CT 4-1MS. :St-TF JII I

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some of Its interfiling ml- the Beatles, the young, British Legal Advertising 1 /
RANCHES"Welcome dents, workers and revelers rock V roll foursome that lathe / /

along the way. It was I per. talk of England. G/e
aonal and a pretty won
Horse People to ear essay, MAKE APPLICATION 1'0.

beautiful city, buy some of our derful one, especially rich for FINAL D1SCHAKOE

J little ranches and keep your those with color acts, but full of Legal Advertising III Ra' Estate of

bvrsea with us" the human comedy: and drama MARION SPAIN

for everyone and legitimately !. the Clrcall Coin Of Tb. Teat To All Whom It Hay Co noon, .
M ACRES near Lake Pierce .. evoking the feel of that much "...lrl.1 I'treats, 01 florid, Notice la btrtby given that w* r
u A.* r.t yell OMB!?, have tiled our final report at EaeoStore -
Improved: pasture with canal overused word, Americana, U Chancery, of the estate of Mario S.

and crossed fence with house. without hitting the usual tourist FIRST FEDERAL SAVING tiled Spain our deceased petition that for final we have diechin. -

Priced to sail with termi.SO spots.It AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONOr .: and that w. will apply to th
WINTER: HAVEN; tha Hon. Richard A. Bronton. :
ACRES very valuable land also made one regret an ruintin.WILLIAM County Judge of Polk County. Florida \
the more the cancellation this "I. on the 4th of February.lv .
Lake Horse Track.
pear Region U COTHRON. ET TIX 4, for P the name and _
Highly Improved pasture past season of the weekly half- Dtttndtnta.BUTT for final ducharft aa Executor of _.4.
hour, "David Brlnkley'a Journal FORECLOSE MORTGAGE: the ettata el Marion S. Spai. di
fenced road frontage. $40,000 TO
another victim of the cur Cane No. 626M-Sl-t I eIm
Half cash: BsL arranged. It* day of January, IKi
? ? rent slashing of regularly NOTICE or GALE: Pelt L. Spain' M/10IAD TO GET YOU OUT SEND THE SECRETARY"OP I'LL LEARN ALL THEIR i Sybll
cattle horse Notice la btrtbirY| I that, pup. H. C. CrlltendenExeculore TMR W I STATE ABROAD TO TRICKS. THEN TO PARIS. --
170 ACRES or scheduled service
public prime- mint to a final den et foraclntura of the estate [ IDIOT I-wePr
ranch near Winter Haven. time series. entered 'In ctux BumtxtrtdI2M441MS of Marion S. Spain.Crltttnilei GET HIM OUT OF I OUGHT TO

Crossed fenced, water vatt, visually In the circuit Court eased fu3ENT THAT THE WAY ? PICKUP SOME
In Sunday nlght'a stylish ACrlltendn
of Folk County, Florid, I till Mil CUTE TRICKS
excellent location ., Valuable P. Box leaWint.r
beautiful travelogue we She property situate In Folk County. THERE ff
land. Priced right .. (321 per saw a fisherman who lives on Florid. dttprlbtd *nTh Attorneys Raven for ,Executor.Florida

ere. Terms. I houseboat with hit ion; au East 111 th.I yards North cf the West Jan 11. H. 17. Ftb. i MM t -
531 yard. W
-SEE-: thor Richard Bissell, who also of lb. NWI4 W the IWt4 n..r=

'lives on a houseboat wrote lion it Townthlp :IT South Range NOTICE OF INTENTION, TO NIs
and IS Rant: lea and .wr.pt the Wait MAKE APPLICATION FOB
"The raisins Game, Kit Tl Icttt of tha North 104 II faitthrnf FINAL VlbCMAJUiB
James H. Cross ihared tome Mississippi River : In e: Ettate of
memorabilia collected at Dubuque .t public pate to the til,htrt and. LOUIS SK1DMORE.:
bent bidder for each at tht South D.c.a.ed
REALTOR ; the octogenarian ownerof Front Door: of th. Pnlk County To All Whom It May Conotn: Y
firm that built steim- Florida. balw Nonce U hereby given that It ha
Office 239-A 3rd St., S.W. a once Courthouat In Bnow.
filed It* final report. a* Executor tO e3 C.tr hr .
n U:W A M and 1 00 P.M. onFabruanr -
boat. that was
Phone CY 4-2444 a
sequence 11, 1944 of the state of Louit Bkldmor.
touching; and a floating St. dtctated. It haa filed lit pe
P H. SLOAN. JR. final
(lIr\1I Grovel Our aptclalty"llJ dltchrat, end that .
Louis nightclub that made Hol Cltrk Circuit Court Pttl'IIIOp \ t* tha Hon. Richard ...

lywood look like t rest borne. lI11m".rlln and Connor A. Bronton, County tbd ol Poi$ i3a...
tee Avenue B, NW County Florida, en 4th day ofFebruary. ...
There aleo was a baptism Wlatar Hava, Florid 1984 .finalsdl.charoe theaame
service In the river; a man 1'.'. a. Seri and lor aa
LAKEFBONT ACREAGE Executor ef the stale of Loul
who virtually owns a town and SkKlmor*.. dictated

:H Acre of land Approilmataly Is also Its mayor and Justice of NOTICE: TO CREDITORS The 10th day of NATIONAL January 114EXCHANCB BANK.

. (00 Ft o| la... Will dlvida the peace; gorgeous old plantation In Tha Coaaly ..d..'. Curl I* A.dFee or WINTER HAVEN
Total price tt.OOO.VARNER raid Caaaty, JUrld Bvi William 0. Freemaa. O C
Greek a
homes one with a W RIO: ESTATE!: Or Tract Officer 0. ti 0 r
REALTY Revival outhouse; a watermelon RANDOLPH BEARING MERRILL: Executor of the ....1. fill Q
' D caaadT Loula Skldmnre.. d..4
U ItJI 'to. NW CY $4464rear party at a political rally, All Crtdltore and lemons. Crlttendm A Crlttenden
and a segregationist Louisiana Having Clalma or 1)6 m a a 4. P O. Bon 16JWlnttr
political boss Jan guitarist ,,.In.1/ Bald Estate: Havtn Florida
Tou and each of you are htraby Attorntvt for Executor
LAKH JULIANA Charlie Byrd arranged the notified to flit tn duplicate aU Jan U .,. 17. Ftb. 1 1K4

I ACRU Ukafront deep wen claim and demands vhlrh you 'a- '

Itetrlclty, bane lll.HO. .Kara ialnit the aiUta of Randolph NOTICE TO CREDITORS: : -
C. F. UoCOKIC. a... Broker Convict Breaks Spring Merrill dacaad la U Tie Ceatty i.,,"'. tear 7m.on- =
aeaxaVALUABLE the office of Richard A Branaon, I* A.4 Far .
$14 County Judt, at hit offlr In the Pelk c..at", tlerld. A
Court Houaa at Bartow. Florid IN HE: ESTATE OPMVLA .
within sin ealandar revolt from A. RANDALL.
ACRES Calif. (UPI February In, IrM. which la tha Deemed<< -w d 77 rAddsoleD 7AYc4NY'AMVFAII sANWHILI
data of tha tint publication of tbl..ntk' To All Creditor and Ptraona en; L yN7 A/AMIAwO ANgfaLtR dlAp/ apt>tas 70ViM /tyA.e/aTAMATIIT
FOB KALIC1oa4 Ex-convict Louis V. Santana, .. Each claim or demand must Having Clalma or Dantad 7DsTlmwslBViR! ANOMeydt igr1KUP7KOA1g1JrN who tried to break Into Folsom lie In writing, must state till place Agelntt Said Estates ear ML EED 4At/W.nee'MaAVO 7IS100 '
of ratldfinra and pout ounce addrtMof You and each of you, are hereby / .uV9pOrti l
S State 4 Prison last month back
Rhray* was ka la notified to file In duplicate all
the claimant mutt sworn
Paved County _II. SO ft. wide there elalma and demand. which you tnS _
legally today and mutt be filed at .,.,....Id. orllat
caaaL 10) ft. tong connect Chain have aa-alnat the tttate of Mvla A.
ef Lakes Boat Batln all ready; partly The district attorney's office aunt will bteomt .14. Randall dectattd In the .!tIc. ol
flntihed. Ideal for bualnata A revoked hit parole and lent /./ Annie HIM K. M"rrlll Richard A. Branton, County Judge 2tn
trailer tots or residential Inta with Annie Hill R Merrill It his office In the Court Houte atpartow
private take on property. Will Mil him back to California maximum Eseeulrtu Florida within all calendar
aII..part. security penitentiary CrlUndta 4 CrittmdMi month from January Join.
Attorneys for EiacutrU 1*>4, which la the date ol the tint
I Santana was delighted He P. O. Box 1S1 publication ol thla notice Jack II
Call Owner XS3-MSI
Slid "I'm trying to escape from Winter Karen Fonda claim or demand mutt be hi wrtt-

I-7 I I woman." F.... a, 10 17, M. 1M InK nco, mutt and elate poet the ofMrt place..."of..."rettd ft-

the mutt b* twora to and
NOTICE Or eLLa .rl mrl.s. aa afor ttld. er da
tame will "become void
ARTICLES FOR SALE Notice U hereby gives thai purauant COLIN D. OCTW t
I* a final decree of tore- LEILA K. CAMERON
Closure entered. la euaa numbered executor
40474-71-170. Ia the Circuit Court Jan .,. V. Feb.. I. 1<<1. 1144
of Polk County, Florid I will pail
the property situate In Polk County,
Florida, described aa: NOTICE TROTS' nmTiorsNAME gLAt f a.OR AeI y965 rRcrt ARfa 've-i 1 1HlNK 50
gSPECIAL Booker. Subdivision, ITATl'TE 0K- Ma- /LGCTROMAINSNG
Lot 11 of bt/GA: IINrD 70,11 'SW
Florence Villa Florida, at ,. Notice" I. htrtbv elves that. till / Rf1Abl.Ci/ RtPORTTO Fki/4T f pelt-P Op Theta. .icr
corded In the Publlo Rteorde of undrrelmed. desiring to enlace. I* I iOwI' THRCC I .OMaTetiN(0
Polk County, Florid, M Plat business under the netIU'SERVICE.... name 04A! ORTONATSO A LANPM9'41 i irV i
Book 10 Page tat BUREAU, ta Wttt Central Avenue
CLASSIFIED publlt eels, to the hlfhatt and In the at Winter Haven : / 3
bent bidder for caah at the South Florida. ..nYtoO racltttr the nail:! 0
Front Door of the Polk County flctllloua n.m. with the Clerk ol
Courthoun la Bartow, Florida, betwatn the Circuit Court of Polk Count
READER 11 00 A M. and 1.00 P.M. Mrtbruarjr norl"' ,
SERVICE D. H. B1.OAN.311. Bet Arthur W. Harrl
Clark Pratldtnt
(REAL: Jan, II. X :n. Fib. I. 1M4

Feb. .. 1064NOTICII
NOTICE OF tHTrwTiof, TO kflL'
ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS MAKE LAW undinifntd tntinda to rtglattr ,: w
Notice la hereby gives that thaundaralrnad. with Iht Clerk of Iht Circuit
desiring to engage lbutlnett > Court of Polk County, Florida, pun s'Z
under the flrtltloua nama iiitnt to Chapter :909U. Lwa of
of I E MANN A ASSOCIATES or Florida Acta of 1MI Ufltltturaaa .
e I e WINTER HAVEN at 1700 BlxthRtrett. amended by Chapttr :M740, Lave JUtIT t3AW NOW HE'S TtMNe Tt
N W.. In tha City of Wlntar of Florida. Acts of 1961 L iItlaturt.th DID SAR3a 54164 LOOK1N41 S 40w FIbuea our WNy TM III ( II IBEEnif
Notices For This Department Haven Florid, Inttnda to re-lit.r fictitious name, '.-..It:
Aid, OVIR TIII siipw.s
the aald nama with tht Clerk of the LAKE ri.BFRT SASSES IBOP w
Circuit Court of Polk County, under which ha It tn a. Mug ..aceNo
Limited To Florid no.. at Dundee Road .w1nr: Ha ,
/"/ Irving I Mans yen, Florida.
/"/ Sam Burma' SPENCER L. BAKDCR80N NI ilN' y eNP
1. hams fr Mia *r .wq, re Ike .. H* Rawetae MI Clnrf.. -
Ftb. I. U. IT. 34. ItM Jan 27. Feb 5. 10 17. 164 LA aM '
vala *H2I *f !ell .
AD Ctnk.

Ml W.r. U.tt..1 has N DAILY CROSSWORD
Beck Ad. .. Ads and a* kr**,hl I. r.
ACROSS Otherwlae 1a.J'IaIt.,..
J. lick sent. and .....1. lbe sleealfod. d.p.RwaN wrttt.e L Fricke 40. Observes anan' A A PAN_ v1 pNO

,rIc. .. offerl" .114I' ..'.. See w wend .la w" peymewpier. takers: Seine 0
.."'. If .ddteee If Cards bO\\1I' 19.Light rap T I ;

tile seller .. .ltvtMc*. I.Turkish L become bed- pt. A
river visible stead :, N
4. Ne ..*..PC.. edt win" 7. N. ,110M .,.... .Thin part 2. A.bunch 21. lubdue AN'I. x

eeceptot of ehair .ot 33.Thou- :
.. Ads will Ml I Am. back hearing send A s T

+ 10. A. sloping 4. Guide 11.Of till "N" 69pa fr HAe WHAT noes GNe ,
with I edge I. rIMI.1s Apostle VAUJI ATALL MiA00A CANS HAO

vice DUO.THERS( lpac. heater 12. Io.Am. seaport Peter .......'. Aa.wo I voter KNOW WHY NO ..CAL
CTRCtTLATOTO beater blower. $2100. CY N1H attar ,
615.0. Pa i-uoe 1.011 ,..... river I. laUlnc 2L Undert3 -. 'j voo CAmv/ THAT
.Poil\te4 racea ground 14.Trunks FILLY Cei All

VIED .7.11'11I1141 deer and win.Bow. -1. arch '1'.IntOl"t excavator: of trace Z TH> TiMi JEGAUSS a ; /l A Myr

.. J26 00. J'B .1501. I Btautlful Oardcnl Biiahra. 1 toot I'To dtmlnlata matron mining 35.CoM\niOo WEII :
huh. txetptlonaUy Uirifly UOOa 10. Oft the I..ltrieC M.ltthC. tlon ,
Trailer Park At. *U *t Uiry. eeeaa I.Genu. of illvtr. material
BEAUTIFUL: PsiHm.. 11* I ft. H M :no Carlao. 1'1'.Care.. tuetieata smith ST.Withers ..
to 1360 tack. Lamr Lwit 2U4Ava
R. yw. 'Inwood'1. CY tUja.nr.EONI. sea pet 11 Strap for 31.Vim 41.Correct
-14IBETLAXD ,.. Panl" a dog S3.Prchee 43.rental ruff
rLOOK POLISHERand director
Q.rem a .. StrtlihtWhiUa ..... .
clrantr. Hardly Uka
A f-antallt. .750 up. Eve 0. Elder eon I 2 3 4 S 100 II
IIln,. Wabntt. Baptist ChurchCY : :29W7J7.SQVAB new HaU. price 17M.. Phone ; of Zui. i ._ _

.2880.. Lltui child ,. 0 I'
U.ExclatnaUon. fla :+ aHES
phone Il IS
I PORTABLE tltrtrlB baatara.oiod OCCASION 1100 aach. )Co Aleohollatwvaraf.
Good rondiuou. ".110( each Bobby CY I-2SM. ,it
il i+ uo
IMS alb St.. SB. ,
2. SplfOtJl.
-Of.BLIPPER loot Riding outnt. eu- bbr. EANAND HR GROWS UP ALL THE YEARS
30rM.ea.ofchicken. >> 0.
and black. SIM U. CY t-TTU.
670.00. 2IUMI an" 1.00 p.m.40' cry 0 AN UNUSUAL PET $dV HEAD Off' MB WILL HAVE -
11700. MAY 5000051 OVEN YOU
r i
3Ut.mberot I ,t60 ( 1 I
TWO( Evtnruda e faflon fuel tank HONG KONO. ra Snap Wicker tribe sa si .3.L s3 y
with boa a connactlont. Heal : 0 f
mod 114I,. Ill M each t-un.. 430 chair and Ottoma Ill 00. CT SS.Houneo< C ,
Slat It net, SW. 4-41JL E".. CT tTULn worahlpM.Aleo i. S1 J8 c '
0F -
-10. 311. Done with 9 4D r4'
BOAT Trailer tiN I30/4M 17. 4 k'4d'
: Good _dIUo.. tO. Ga. EnliOntof -.
hole v/htel Never been mod. GAl ITOVI. : *
Barf all! $25.00. 2W-U7I 430 llatI 1X00. 130 tad I", take Id*. the .jl u 14 :
I 8t"," SW.I 12 ApoiUea
... Originate 44. 441S +
-1- -3 s, + .
I Betas: Platform iw k.r. In conch CONSOLE IT' TT, Good condition.S3000 Expunge 41 40
I lent condition Ill 00. W Wed 48. Stunted
JHarbord aw Lake Alfred. FR CY t-UM. IU Polk fir.BE. animals
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I .

Of Lighter CongressBy Side tojdu tJe1'

w '

lIi1 I

re III
hive been witnessing some Interesting : I I I'.

demonstrations this I I
year of the venous techniquesof .fir
throwing hats in the rlnj.
Throwing i hat Into the ring / UI I
li not II ilmple n many people .4 Ile
think. A lot depend on how /

the Occnionally political winds, a candidate ire blowing.will
his mike hat the against mistake the of wind.throwing When //////

that happens, the hat eomei
right back to him. This I II
known at the boomerang rf

feet.Or +
I candidate might mil
judge the wind velocity and ,., t
throw his hat during 1 dead r
calm. In which case it dropi at
his feet and stays there for the CRISP Very Fin.Apple.
rest of the campaign. This I Is
known n the doldrums effect a. RED YORK 2 Z5*
Or his bat night get caught Sauce :.0:
in a cross current which causes
it to roll out of the ring and
into the street, where it li run / APPLES Florida Punch, Grope, Orange Pin.oppU-Orang.
truck. This It known
over by '
it the March wind effect. r 46cang0. :.
Some candidates throw their f r Hi-C Drinks 3 $1.

halt with their left hands, and
tome with their right. And / 4 Ib. bog
wine are imbidextroui. But 'j Lots of Cleaning PowerComet
most of them use what it '
known In basketball it the two- 'i.10e
handed push ihot.
Rep. James Roosevelt D. 39-
Calf., gave an unusual displayof
hit throwing the other day; .
when he announced his present **, DdlchnSliced.

for Intentions the Senate.He is .regards running -i' \ Beets ............ I.0.1::: 10
threw his hat over the YMm.
In vertical ttll'l s.r.."tiyPreserves
ring I trajectory

that enl weeks.will keep Should it aloft he decide for lev-In 1lr ..3 LIMIT 2 t ..,.. .... !...,,11M:.. 25L'"I -

the meantime that hii hat li
heading for I crash landing, hi '
will be able to catch it beforeIt BREAKFAST Beef ,.... ....!;;T 39
bite the ground.
Another novel variation was CLUB Pilkhery'a

provided Glenn who by, in astronaut entering John the dairy specials Pancake Flour .....,. ;*: 35' I IIO006I1Ii.TIIA
Democratic senatorial race In
Ohio, became the first candidate 1)IOO) OLEO :
to thow i space helmetin Pillsbury'i Delicious

There the ring.are Indication that JW( Green Stamps DANISH ROLLS
Bud Wilkinson, former Unlver- I iA Hi s.w..d ptvdiM*.fc ;
sit)? of Oklahoma coach, might ONE A-DAI MULTIPLE VITAMINS
become I Republican senatorial 100 ct. liie $2.94 9'12.01, 29 1-lb. Ci i pflhry'iueN.
candidate In that state by ... was 'M 10 tlMl pkl.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo .
throwing in I football helmet. NRB ctn.
Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, 'raraYwrf
, R.Maine, his given the GOP Betty Crocker Whit or Fudge
presidential content 1 stylist
touch by throwing I bat with 100O a IOO FROSTINGGreen
matching purse and gloves.
And Sen. Barry Goldwater, J"; Stamps SWIFT'S
R-Arii, adopting the technique I araaewwrdprcb. w..fl ; 14'01. 39
employed by President Johnson SQUIBB'S MINERAL OIL pkl' PREMIUM
four years ago, has shown his pint lilt 79e
versatility by throwing one hat ... BONELESS
(s-re was S slur
In the piosidential ring and alloother p:::, rI
in the senatorial ring. oooooooooooooooooo CANNED
Some candidates, of course, frozen' foods
do not throw their hats it all.
They wear them loosely on fOO O
their heads In hopes that they FREXTEERA11 HAMS
will be wafted into the ring bya Aunt Jemima Froten

I J" .I*else./.rd..b Stamps; l3RtEN

draft.Wall Street Iwlffi Premium Kami Bentleii Cannes] WAFFLESGreen STAMPS = 5-lb. 399.

CI."w;!! can $3.99 3 kgl.9'01. $1 ? t con

Chatter ext rN
( Chef Boy-er-Dee'i
ISO .. utfVVOc3
bury K. Thurlow of Winslow, ( Green Stamps Pizza with Sausage Stomps

Cohu & Stetson says the market I lit till..,.*..4 inrdmi.k ; IJI/zol. BREAKFAST q
appears to be showing symptoms 69* '
of technical attrition. VISTA CAR'WAX pkg. CLUB
lO-oi. size $1.39 S'
witching these
Thurlow says
symptoms U like witching a (luirM was rrt. s. saw r.t i EVAPORATED
sharply falling barometer with. atltl oooooooooooooooISOIDII."RTtaAillIlO!
out knowing how big the storm
will be, when It will break or MILK
even whether it may p....
However, he feels that .long wrurar.a
as the better quality Issues can J" Green Stamps
remain stable there may be ..._.
I wi'! Alt M M.s.dp. h ; .5
further attempts to rally popular "
support to leading cyclical JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT tall 1 Oc I
'issues, but even this Is showing 46-os. lilt $1.49 PRICES can '
signs of fatigue. He advises selling PI re.N.w was 'M, a. saw EFFECTIVE
out all positions In cyclical oooooooooooooooooo a
Issues If the Dow onu Industrial MON., TUES., WED Limit 6 per /
average falls below the 76S
I level.,, FE!. 1,4, 5, 1964 customer w/
ISOIDII.\TtIlAmso purchasesh

'Analyst Eliot Janeway consider PENNY of $3. cr
the performance on Will Green Stamps re'th
Street poor, unimpressive and I "............._ala I SAVER mere
suspicious, but says his long BUMILE lEi CHUNK STILL TUNA Swlft'i Premium Sink-Sealed
remains bullish.
term\ view J flat CIIII $1.
I 'Leslie M. Pollack- of Reynolds (z._ Wa. aM /, 1N11 oooB SPECIAL! Pure Beef Franks ... ..r? lb. 59Sooo -

ft Co says that while Investors o o
should avoid being overextended Swlh'i Premium Chunk StyleBraunschweiger
at this time, he would recom- detergent .391.hI -
'J 'mend 1 policy of selective purchases 50mll."RT.rIlA SO Dr.
rather than wholesale
liquidation.. Green Stamps Light, Flavorful Cheers
eSthis.............._ala ; 1.-
Bache ft Co. says the current INSTANT COFFEE gt. 39c Swiss Gruyere 6 ,k.': 43"
narrow breadth of the market'Cannot I.n '
9-oi. | pkg.
f be Ignored and points out erfit. ,
that In the past such action of. BoooO 'o oooB
ten has led to I sideways ictlon
for many stocks, placingthe
.' burden of selection on the limit 1 per customer NORTH GATE
Investor SO w/pvrchatei f R

:<< :<<-:-:.:.:-: F l.hi Green....'I._.Stamps......._ala ; er IS more). ii iiI Shopping

',' GRASS I Bey-Ar-Dse Pine With Sewage VU A R K UI T s
13'12'01. pkg. 69e '
to for r't: 11..1..e was 'M IIMI Center
/It's time plant now ...
a beautiful winter lawn OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ


ft GARDEN we reserve ronco thin ronco elbow mpeian swift's meats riceland rice

SUPPLY the right to spaghetti spaghetti olive oil for babies tender long-grained
'" dell. SW CT 1.477

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