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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
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Easy On The LerelExOlympic



Rider Likes It HereBy Winter Haven Daily NJiefml




ED BERND IK.

Staff Writer ) City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Read It First In The News-Chief" itrvs ttel! Of The World

Central Florida often the
belt bicycle riding country of
any area in the United States, VOL 53-Nq. 109 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS'

according to a former Olympic --- :
riding champ who hit been

viiitlng Harold here.Ade, who won the

Olympic Gold Medal for the
United States In 1932 and Joe Commission Votes To Move
Brenner have been visiting AI .qdr,

Winter Anderson Haven.and nil family In

Brenner has been visiting
here every year for the part
16 yean, and this year ba

him.talked The Ade ex-into champ coming likes It with 10well


The ba next bike li year.planning Ade brought to comeback with rj + Shuffle Club To Teen CenterLBJ


him li a Schwinn Paramount,
"The best made," coiling $Z50.
It la equipped with water bot-

ties and two spare tires, among a
other thing Downtown Unit
Ade wears special shoes
when ha rldee. A atrap hold Promises .aa ., ,
the shoes to the pedal to he A
can push and pull with his Officials ObjectTo
feet. The bike, without all the
accessorial, weigha only 21 ., Protection ForU. 8

poundi.The two cyclists are both h RelocationThe

from Chicago. Ade it a retired S. Housewife ; 1tv
deputy fire chief with the Oak N+ '
r city commission voted
Park Fire Department. Oak ,
Park li a auburb of Chicigo. today to move the Downtown
a
Brenner hat a bike shop in WASHINGTON (UPI-Presl.) i. ,' r +yp FY Shuffleboard Club to the Teen

Chicago. dent Johnson today pledged his 1 t A / Center at Third St. and Ava.
The two frequently cycle to administration to protect consumers F, NW, over the objections of

Milwaukee, a distance of 86 OLYMPIC CHAMP Harold Ad. bike and Joe and lIve the American q the club'a officers but with
on the
nodes in five and a half houri the promise of city manager
During the past week they Brenner have beam viiiting Winter Haven and what they housewife the best value for 1'i.i.a i. that "we'll make it home foryou"
have ridden 150 miles or more call "Tha bait riding country in the U.S." Ad. li 8 former "her hard earned dollar"
medal winner for bike r The commission vote was
through central Florida. They Olympic gold riding. In a special message to Coniresi
liked the fact that it'* level Johnson recommended a ,4 w.. unanimous on the recommendation -
Ideal for blcycllfctJ 10.point program of legislationand of City Manager C C.
They rode the bikes aroundthe federal action aimed at Ryan.
high school track the other Rogers Enters safeguarding consumers in "Taking everything into consideration
day. Coach Jim Whitney their spending for products and ," Ryan said, "I recommend
tried out Ade'i racing bike services that the city commission

and, according to Ade was j Among them were recommendations proceed with the movingof
really Impressed how easy it Race For Sheriff for enactment of the Shuffleboard Club," to

was to ride. I, illls to Insure truth-in.packaging be completed by fall.
The one thing both visitors I truth.in,lending, and truth Hli recommendation was
IIki-v i ierthan the level made after I atudy of costs of
and the nice climate Ramp Rogers, chief of detect. ID the sale of over the counter GETTING THE PICTURE-Dr. James Campbell, canter, a state Department of Pub. renovating the present buildingand

"la country that good ol1 Florida friend. Ivea of the Winter Haven Police securities. lie Instruction official I who was ono of eight on the Polk County junior college sits survey for remodeling the Teen
liness." Department, has taken a Most of the bills Johnson en- tam her yesterday, It getting report on utilities and other anginearma details of Center to accommodate the

"Why before wa even g ot leave candidate of absence for the office to become of Sheriff a. K the doraed late were President recommended John F, Kennedy by Winter Elevens site-the municipal golf court*-from City Engineer Eric Bull, left. City club For modernizing the

here," Brenner related, "1 One new Johnson proposal Manager C, C. Ryan ti at right. downtown building to bring it
of Polk
County
turned around and .... Jim for legislation up to the standard of the area
Anderson on the train with uHa .. A veteran of IT years of police was a request all and would cost $10,797, Ryan esti
meat
that
had gotten on at Haines work, Rogers advanced to require mated. To remodel the Teen
sold in the United
(Continued on Page .. CoL I) from patrolman to chief of the States poultry- Intrastate aa well ai CofC Denies Major Crime Down 15 Center, build 11 ahuffleboard
criminal division of the sheriffs courts and an addition to the
office before joining the interstate be inspected for Support Of present cue house would"cp.lt
safety and wholeaomenesi, elthr .

C Of C Board Winter Haven Police Department ant by or the In Agriculture cooperation Depart.with Coupon BookThe Per Cent Says ChiefThe $9,Ryan'i 310. proposal envisions:?ex-

club which
In addition to his aervlce with authorities. elusive use by the ,
the sheriff department, ba has late White House officials emphasized Winter )Iaven Cham has 161 members, of the patio)
served chief of ber of Commerce denied toat .. portion of the Teen Center. \
also aa security
John. t I
showed dMTrtsefrom
the of. Police Deportm'IIt' 70
Importance The Haven a'
Will Discuss at the Bartow Air Force Belay loft'a proposals'110 'Inform and He his studied! police.work Uspecial .dueate .......,..m...parucu.JarJ 'c 'up book hfch"l II being* ,-' released .today' by Polite 1963, almost I 39 per cent drop. of the_,time. The excap'
..
" I .. ''cl....*. aatfi ill the In the low-income brack- solicited in the city Chief Munaey Smith, showed an There was not a murder of ((Continued on Page 6, Col. i)

Siti6iects United State and In Northers (Continued on Page 6, Cot. 1))! E. L. Davis, executive( vice average decrease of 15 per cent any degree committed within
Ireland. president, said that In the for 1963 of serious Crimea com the city lines December u1960,
Ha ii licensed by the State past the coupon book had not mitted within the city but there was one manslaughl Citrus
Department of Education to worked out for local merchants The report, filed with the er case in both 1062 and 1963 Queen
The agenda for the Board teach police subjects in the ) Endorses
RAMP ROGERS City who were Involved in Federal Bureau of Investig' These were the result of auto
fie! Governors meeting of the adult education program and in the project. lion, revealed the greatest d.. mobile accidents Involving neglicence. .
..Chamber of Commerce tomor this capacity has for three years Instructed police officer According to Davis, salesman create was in armed robber, Auto thefts dropped Judges Named
evening has 'six major In the Polk County Police Academy are soliciting the sale dropping from 17 in 1962 to alx from 78 la 1962 to 62 list year.
Tree Removal of tha books which offer $100 In 1963, a drop of approximately There were no cases of forcible
according to Prea sponsored! by the FlorIda
to It
> Kiwanis( Hears cleared rape in 1963 and only one ease
worth of coupons for $10. I 63 per cent. All were
Peace Officers Association
John W. Carpenter. In 1962. More than ,ooo worth
Davis said the Chamberdid In 1962 and five cleared last $75
Frederick, chairmanthe and the Department of Education The city will cooperate in the not endorse this projectIn year.Grand. of stolen property was recovered Jy ManagementThe

beautification commit. beautification project launchedby any way larceny Crimea also I by the police department
the plan Expert On S.A. Rogers ii a member of the I Chamber of Commerce last year
li going to explain committee, the city commiton The only category of serious Florida Citrus ExposlIon -
an overall city program First Baptist Church of Winter decided but detailsuat management today an-
today, crimea In which there wn an
_hlch Includes removal of deadCrux Haven, the Airburndale Ma. jounced the all members of
U. S. foreign policy will be worked out so the city American Women Children increase was forgery. The rise
1 trees sonic Lodge, Winter Haven which
th. committee will Judgehe
will assume DO obligation for was from 20 In 1962 to 34 in
'bava to be completely
onr.bauled" .
I Bob Eastman manager of Moose Lodge, Bonsack Chapter collection of .963.. Collections on worthiest annual Citrus Queen con-
The U expected to at a basis for reesablishing 369, Military Order of Pur money.The annual citrus
Exposition fat at the 40th
check amounted to $2,500.
tell about this year's show and real friendship with pie Heart, the American Legion dead and proposal unsightly, for citrus clearing tree, Being Flown Out Of CyprusNICOSIA Torn up streets due to the .how In the city, the week of
our> Latin American neighbors,
also about the new grounds onLake the 82nd Airborne Division itorm lewer Installation wee larch 714.Chosen .
la under the direction of former
Gilbert
foreign affairs analyst
Association Florida
Lulu.Tuesday Peace believed to be the reason fora to name the newiueen
I Commissioner Willard Fred.
the State Board of Richardson of Lakeland told Officers Association and Fraternal from a list of approxi-
the Kiwanis club at its weeky Order of Police. 'rick, chairman of the Chamber Cyprus (UPI) filet and mounting antlAmer. drop la Issuing of parkingtickets
Education had I team of eight 30.197 handed out In lately 25 Florida beauties wille
educators inspect the various luncheon yesterday, It was while he was a para. beautification committee, and li The United States began removing can feeling. 962 and 24,743 Issued In 1963. e Franklin H. Rust, general
aitei for the Polk County Jun. : "We're going to have to do trooper with the 82nd Division patterned on I, the Lake Alfred American women and Two private can owned by The percentage of crime lanager of the world'i largest
for College W. E. Rynerson, more than ring the bell, leave during World War II that hemet project of lean* months ago, children from Cyprus today because Americana were act on fir cleared after Investigation for grlcultural fair, the Illinois
local college committee chairman some money and depart," baaid. and married the former when 2,600 trees were removed the two period increased hate Fair In Springfield; Mill
of civil strife and growIng Tuesday night In different parts year
and af.
disposed
;[ la going to make a re Grett Moffatt of Coleralne, from 68 to 72 clarion Johnson, president ofthe
Introduced by program chair- Northern Ireland. They have The Ridge Contracting Co. of anU-American feeling that of the capital.
port on this activity I The decrease In crimes com Coronet Modeling Agency,
The U. S. Chamber of Com : man Jim Owen, the speaker four children. lathes CltyJ which bad the brought bomb attacks on the The Incidents apparently 1"ere mitted wit attributed to In. Miami. largest of its kind in
rnerce Alrcade is i going to be drew on hit travels to Europe Rogers believes his 17 yean I[sake Alfred) contract, baa 17. S. Emba..". In protest against an Arglo creased patrol coverage and Florida; Walter Page, director
held in Miami in the near fu -behind the Iron Curtain-ando of police atudy and work ai .agreed to a similar agreement A chartered airplane left In American proposal to ttatfcn, a more convictions due to better of I public relations for the Flor.
tore and Executive Vlca.presIdent Latin America to elaborate well aa his civic life prepares I acre, removlm trees In quantl- investigation, Ida Citrus Commission; Jim
minis for Beirut, Lebanon, this NATO peace force In Cyprus,
AI Davis is going to teJ (Continued: on Page 6, CoL S) ([Continued on Page 6, Col. 4)) I(;Continued M Fag 6, Col 2) opklni: assistant director of
with 55 Americana, la The Cyprus situation further
morning was
---- ---- and merchandising,
about this outstanding event Ivertislng
for the business men of the eluding 10 children/ aboard.At complicated this morning Judges :Open Florida C i It r u. Commission;

atate. Last year a delegationwent least five more chartered when France announced that i it Meeting Cody L. Bailey, president of the
planet stood by to carry others 4-Day Florida Junior Chamber of
to Orlando to attend the would not provide troops for
of the 800 American dependents Commerce and John C. Hop-
meeting there. PETERSBURG UPI) ;
Western ST ( -
keeping
off the embattled Mediterrancan my peace
Warren Seckel, chairman of Court ins, public relations director
Island force proposed for the island The Conference of Circuit .
f I the Florida World'i Fair Allority.
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 6)) The airlift was authorized by the United States and Brit. Judges of Florida opened its .

Tuesday night by U. S. Ambas ain Furthermore, France op n.I four-day meeting and seminar Rust, the only out.of.state
I attacked the British here today with an estimated
ly
ador Fraser Wilklns after two sponsored
held
for the contest, has
bombings at the U. S. Embassy I status under which Cy 100 Jurists expected to attend. edge of the
managership
Legion( ReportsOn her capped more than a pros became independent in U.3. Supreme Court Associateustice i:mammoth he general Illinois Fair for many
month of inter.cummunal con 1960, and a French spokesmaneven Tom C Clark will speak
hinted at the eventual collapse at a Friday night banquet. I Continued on Page 6, CoL S)

of Cyprus' present ..
Horse ShowAppreciation Red Cross Sets tua.
.
Diplomats In London began Mrs. Bissett Heads United
Classes For negotiations on the Cyprus g/iy
for the help of + ernment'i demand that any I
the officers and membership of r f Gray Gentlemen NATO force sent to Cyprus be
the Legion Post and tie Wo- under the authority of the United Fund Residential DriveMrs
man's
the recent Auxiliary annual in promoting Imperial ti4u'. r } t t'L t Gray ladies have their counterpart Nations. The force would
.
N In gray gentlemen, it keep peace between the warring
Charity Horse
expressed at the Show weekly here meeting was was pointed out today by the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Owen Blssvtt, In charge

of the Frlerson.Nichols Post Winter Haven area Chapter, Cypriot communities pending of the residential solicitation division
Tuesday night w American Red Croat, aa new political accord. of the United Givers'
.
Officials and members Indoctrination courses are being
Fund Drive, said today thatshe
stamped the show ai an "un act up for Feb. 11 through
qualified lucce.." for having r x dJ Feb. 19 to broaden the sere Fruit Shipments i will announce the names
bright 700 horses here from f fee program sponsored by the 1, of her zone chairmen later this
nor than 20 states and lour ,t 6r organization.The<< Dally earloadlngs (in boxes) week,
foreign countries for a five day Chapter already has a from the Fruit and Vegetable Mn. Bissett, who lives at
show which benefitted the La- fit T- "-v few qualified gray gentlemen, npection Division: I bas nine
gionsponsored crippled childrrt a and any male wishing to Join : By rail, 9,134 grapefiult, 1436 1340 Lake Mirror Dr.,
"a home in St. Petersburg.All In the work will not feel isolated orange, 858 temples; by boat, I zones and each son will have

commented on the "ex or uncomfortable. Local 41. grapefruit, by truck, 46903 a chairman. beheld
cellent Job" done by Commander citizens: as well as winter via. grapefruit, 11.339 oranges, 449 This year'i campaign will
H. R. Summerville, past Hots are welcome. tangerines, 4470 temples, 1793: on the Feb. 25 It will
Commander Elmo Hood as liaison !'.- ;,) The classes to qualify for the murcotta 139 tangelos; total, be on a one day "blitz" affair -
.
1 and workers will devote
officer, many Legionnaires > voluntary work are by no 56.513 grapefruit 21,771: oranges
for handling the ticket and means arduous, and generally 448 tangerine! 7,028 temple the entire day to the unv....
catalog sales, the women'a LOCAL REALTORS RECEIVE STATE RECOGNITION-Emily Baailey end Paul Smith those taking them feel that they 1,795 murcotts 139 tangelos for The goal for this year'i cammpaign -
auxiliary for having charge of J,.. right, have been presented certificates from the Florida Realtors' Association faeogiiing are not only instructive but Interesting a shipping total of 87,699 boxes, has been let at $14,.
the food and refreshment sales, thorn, the 1961 Local Board Realtor of the Year and Associate of the Year R.p- Cannery receipt 80,692 grapefruit 434, five per cent higher thanlast
and the Legion highway patrol senting the F.RA and making the presentation U John Brennon, vice president of the Work sought of gray gentlemen 132,664: oranges, 411 tan "- )'ear'* total.
auxiliary for the expert care 10th District of the F.R.A. The presentation was made at the Winter Haven Board of substantially is about the rifles for a cannery total of General Chairman for the -
(Continued on Page 6, Col I) Rultor monthly meeting. lame ai for gray ladies 213,767 boxes I (Continued on Page 6, Col. I) MRS. OWEN BISSETTBiklng




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List Honor Roll Five In Senior High Make Assembly( Group To Hear Kaplar

-

In Lake Alfred Straiaht 'A' First SemesterWinter New Rev.York Louis Ruislaa Kaplan Jewish former bust

nesiman and now an ordained
Havea Senior High Rests Donna Reid, Jane Rid minister, will speak at the t
Irtr
Alfred Junior Hlg School today released the third dung Rick! Sthopke Joy First Assembly of God Churchat

school announced ita third lix ilx.weeks and first semester Smith Judy Snipes, Bonn e Ave. Q. and Second St, ,:la"a11
week and first semester honor honor rolls. Spaugh Ann Stephenson, Elil. SE Wednesday at 7.30: p,m. ,
:Jolla: today Those who make straight abeth Slruthers, Ginger Roertson Rev. Kaplan entered the assemblies .
'_. Making all A'. on the third A's in all subjects are listed Gail Tate Cheryl Toy of God ministry In
alx.week honor roll were: under the 4.0 category Those lor, Fred Tiylor Ruby Tay s.'Mk 1948, and during the past few
:Z Fifth'Ind alxth grade, Larry whose averages are above B lor, Jim Wakefield, Carol Wet. years bit travelled half a mil
Harvey, Janice Rubinai, Mary are lilted In the 3932 cats erlngton, Gregory Willis and lion miles throughout America
:Danieli, Cynthia Wilkes, Mike gory Their avenges are deter. Elliott Groih.Sophomores. and Canada
Poole, Roger Tyson Betsy mined by dividing the Dumber : Lynn Barron, Rev. Kaplan's subject will be:
Cnlvely, and Mike Milei. of points made based on 4 I for Barry Bennett Jo Bluett. Lin "A' Jew Proving the Second
Seventh and eighth grade, an A, I for a B, 2 for a C. di Burger Kenny Bush Bruce Coming of Christ Is Near. Why
Hone. L' a .I.L and 0 for an F, Conner Gordon Coppige, Dale a War between Jew and
.. ... .. _._
mnu grade, dreg uiuKzac. liT luv uunioer vi .BUUJCCI Daniel Charles Davis, Lata Arabs Can Touch Off World
Making all B'. or better on the One senior made the 4.0 list Dodson, Linda DuBoie, Michael War fiI."
third ilx.week honor roll were: for the first semester while Feldman, Jan Fowler Steve He will also show a sound
riftfe and sixth grade Brenda two Juniors and two sophomores Frazier, Annette Garner Fred. motion picture, "The Adolph
Faulkner, Kathy Kramer Ce- had straight A average. erick Godfrey, Jane Hiyma. Elchmaa Atrocities," a captured KEY. tOUS KAPLANThompson
lllla Marsh Charlene Martin First semester 40 students Jumbo Hollowly Pat Hughes. Nazi film depicting the mur
Wanda Radner, Meliida Sot by daises are, seniors: Iris Robert E. Jamison Jane Kendrick der and massacre of six mil. Will
will, William Kidney Wayne Shirah. union: Sherry A the Francis Ketter Bobby lion Jews and Involving scenes
Folk, Cindy Cooley R e b a ton and Sandra Wells. Sophomores Lang, Phillip Layton, Shirley taken at the notorious Auich- Attend Moose
Elliot Donald Ford Carolyn : Genie Cooney and Kay Luni Jeff McKibben, Margaret wits concentration camp where
Kelley, Erie Sohn Sandra Ting. McKenzie Kenneth MihiHe). BIPARTISAN DRIVE-The klpertlun committee en voter re-reglitratlen 'In Polk act two and a half million Jews School
Harvey, Charles Arbuthnot Joel Fifty-four seniors made the Carol Marlnger Joe Meaghe. up Monday In Winter Haven by officials .f both major political I partial, m.." this afternoon were gassed and burned. Meeting
Hirrell, Mardi Mliurian, Kathy 39-32 list for the first semeer .. Melba Mott Michael Murphy, in Bartow. Conferring here are, left to right Chuck of station WIPC 'In Emerson Jones Is the pastor Robert A. Thompson secretary
Oimon, Cindy Poole, Tom Wllllamton si did 58 juniors and 411 La Verne Pittmin Elaine Rabe, Lake Walei, a committee member who hat worked en this Bishop drive before; W O. of the local Anembljr of God of Winter Haven Moon
Penny Brelghtenback sophomores They were, by Max Reitz, Linda Richmond Gibson, chairman of the committee end state Democratic executive committeeman; Church Lodge will be one of 46 secretaries .
Clenda Key Anita Reid lanes, seniors: Larry Adam, Claudia Ridley Donna ROil, Johnny Mercer, secretary for the group; end Ed Jones, co-chairmen and put Polk Republican of Florida Moose lodges
Seventh and eighth grade, Jan Arthur Barbara Bone. Wayne Rubinai, Jane Selfert Executive Committee chairman. The committee hopes to encourage citiiani to Two BrothersDie attending the Secretary Ad.
Mary Norton, Karen Harvey, Cheryl Boucher Marvin Bur
Ellen Spear Philip A. Taylor. ministration School to be heldat
re-regliter to they can vote In the elections this
Mark Silvers Allen Tarjin lette, Thomas Costello Jimmy year.
Robert Tbomhlll Betsy Van. Orlando on Feb. IS and 16.
----- ---
Joanellen Woods, Victor Sim. Cox Peggy Coulter Sue Cro- Chief Ruth Wells, Theresa In CrashTAMPA Carl A. Well, Supreme Secretary. -
met, Debbie Payne Mary well Sherry Curtis, Martha Williams, Marllee Wolf, Dan and William G. Stin-
Decker Debra Pond Carolyn Dnld.on. Linda Everage, Ann odfrey, and Miles Within Deaths In Haven AreaDR. Permits Up were killed(UFI-Two Tuesday la brothers a car- ley deputy. Supreme Secretary
Price, Market Beddlngfield Field, Doris Ford Cleta Fowls On the third six weeks hon. truck crash on rain.slick Inter. of the Loyal Order of Moose
Sara Ranks Pelmda Smith er, Sara Franti Glenda Grist
,
or> roll two seniors, two Jun. WILBER E. ADAMS stall Highway 4, east of here will be in charge of the school
INFANT NORTON
Bernie Weston and Philip John. Chad Colt. Jo Anna Grove
Ion.Ninth larry Hartley, Lynn Hendrick: tames log, and a 40 four average sophomores at- Dr. Wilber E. Adams 76 of The infant daughter of Mr. In Lake AlfredThe Dead were Donald Arthur which is designed secretaries to more fully
Frederick 33, Avoca N.Y., and acquaint the with
grade, Terry High son Patsy Higgins Sally Hoen. 2603 East Lake Hartridge
.
They were, seniors: Jan and Mrs. Vernon K. Norton 01 their duties and .
ill 26 old brother Ronald reiponilblll.ties.
tower -
Daphne Johnson, Greg hel, Jerry Hrdlicka Cheryl Arthur and Suian Stone. June Drive died suddenly yesterdayat year
Hazel Luke and Sara Mosley Rd. In Lake Alfred died building report for January of Orange Park. .
Stewart Huneycutt, Fll Jeisee, Barbara ions: Sherry Atherton and San. the Winter Haven Hospital I
Henderson. Jones, Fran Lasslter Fayette dra Wells. Sophomores: Genie A native of Miller South Dakota Tuesday night at Winter Ha. 1964, has been releasedby
Walter all A'. and B's on the Lawless, Linda Lockhart, Sber :ooney, Jane Kendrick, Elaine he moved to Winter Ha. yen Hospital. Mr. George SIemer, City For BUILDING MATERIALS Call a 3-3139
tint" semester honor roll were: ry Marrell, George Moore, Mi tabe, and Kay Tin,. ven In 1948 following his retirement Besides the parents, she Ia Building Official. Permits
.Ninth grade, Bruce Robinson, ml McDuff, Pat McHale Rick Seniors making the U.U as a dentist in the survived by one sister Lucille. amounting to a value of $23,>
Greg Dlusciak, Carol Hendrlck- taldrinfhaus, Kathleen Nor an. grouping numbered 46 for the Detroit area. A graduate of the of Lake Alfred; her maternal 020 were inued. These were for
IOn and Linda Patrick. Dental School of Marquette grandparents, Mr. and Mrs H
rock, Margaret Norman, Mary third eix-weeks. While there two residents and nine miscellaneous
"Maintaining a B average on Ann Oiborn, Klnnle Owen were 60 Juniors and II University, be practiced dentistry B. Walker of Ocala; and her projects. During the
wmejter honor ron were: Elaine Patterson Clark Pewitt on the list sophomores from 1910 to 194S. He wasa paternal grandparents, Mr. and same period last year, permits IIft1I91,
'Seventh and eighth grade, member of the Central Methodist Mrs. C. W. Norton of Lake
Claudette Ray Judy Smith Seniors: Barbara Bond were issued for a total value of Bagwell Building Supply '
'
Karen Harvey, Mark Silver Alba Sharon Sparrow Vera Stamey Church of Detroit. Mich, land. 21450.
Cheryl John
Tarjan Joanellen Woods, Clark Still, Susan Stone Susan Boucher Brook, a former member of the Winter Funeral services and burial
Peggy
Victor Simmers, Sara Hanks, Tetrault, Marilyn Tlndle Sand'omlln Coulter Betty Jean Cox Haven Golf and Country will be held In Ocala Crisp
Cox
Tommy McLaughlin Marcia Evelyn Wagner James Jimmy Sherry Curtis. Club, a member of the Ameri- Funeral Home Is la charge.
Stewart, Philip Johnson Bernie Ward Sheila Dorothy Daniel Martha David. Ian Dental Society, a member
Witherby, Rhonda
son. Barbara Coty Linda Ev
Weiton and Fellnda Smith. WittJuniors 01 the Detroit Yacht Club and
NInth grade, Charles Coggtns rage, Doris Ford Cleta Fowl. a member of the Marquette
Terry Hlghtower, Becky Jackson : Rodney Birdsong, .r, Sara Frants Gil Grass. University Alumni Association.He FuneralMRS. e
Daphne Johnson Greg DaD Blemdail Beverly Brad Glenda Grist Jo Anna Groves. Is survived by his widow
Seyart and Hazel Luke. show Ann Castleberry Jimmy ally Hinley, Lynn Hendrick. Mrs Myrtle A. Adams of Win HELEN L. MATHIEU I 1
bumney: Linda Coppage Judy Judith
; ton Faye Hill, Bob Holl ter Haven; a daughter Mrs. w
.. ; Cox: Sue Daniel Norma Dan meyer Cheryl Huneycutt; Bar. Jean A. Robb of Grosse Point., Funeral services for Mrs II a
lea, Ruth Dermin Patricia bara Jones, Fred Keiber, Fay. MIch.; a SOD Dr. Charles W. Helen L. Mathieu age S3, of
MortcaceLoans esrochers, Tammy DuBose, tte Lawless Linda Lockhart Adams of Grosse Polnte 135 E. Pierce St., Lake AI.
Nancy Eites. Falrlle Colyer berry[ Mmetl, Diana McCom, Mich.: and three grandchllren. fred who died Monday nigh
Dennis Frailer Joe Ganey Ie, Pat McHale Margaret Norman at Winter Havea Hospital after of Winter HavenSERVING
T.lldo ut Carol Ann Georges Bert Ger Barbara Novak Mary Funeral services will be held. a abort illness, will be held<
bout yourproblems. her Patti Geailer. Shirley Gideon ADD Oiborn Elaine Patterson tomorrow afternoon at 4 from nine o'clock Thursday morning
I Betsy Hargrove Sberr rli Shlrah, Sharon Sparrow the OttLaughlln Funeral Chap- at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
NO APPRAISAL FEE, Hartley, Susan Heck Nancy Susan Tetriult Marilyn Tlndle el 1 with the Rev Dr. Robert B. The Rev. Father Matthew J. THE SAVER
ON Ilckman, Arthebe }Hollister Sandi) Tomlio, Pat Tyler Eve- Hamilton former pastor of the Connolly, pastor will offer a
FIRST MORTGAGES Penny Jacoby, Susan Johnson lyn Wagner Martha Wander First Presbyterian Chuch of- requiem m<... Burial will fol. AND HOME OWNFR
FIRST MORTGAGE Barbara Kaylor Talbert Laut Sheila Witherby Rhonda Witt, dating Burial will follow In low in Hillcrest Cemetery In
CORP. er, Ann McCarty Linda Me Mary Wutgfield, Thomas Costello Oaklawn Cemetery with me- Sherrard, West Virginia Friday
.ef WINTER HAVEN Neer, Leslie Mclver, Edwin Fil J el.... mortal services by members of afternoon.A and Loon Association
JllCentral Ave.. CY .am Nis Gloria Olson Judy Pea. J'inlora: Dan Bloomendaal, the B.P.O.E. Lodge 1672. rosary win be said at The Specialized Job Savings
rock Bill Fletcher Rodney Beverly Bridihaw Ann Cutleerrv. Friends may call at the otto 7.30: tonight at the Crisp Funeral .
Redd Jer. Reddick. Elizabeth > Flirlli Colv r. Linda aughlin Chapel tonight from Home Chapel. Friend
-- Coppage, Norma--Daniels, Sue I to 9 p.m. may call at the Crisp Chapel
Daniel Ruth Dermin Patricia It la the request of the tarn- tonight from five to nine.

eirochers, Nancy Eites, Denis fly that flowers be kindly omit-.
Frailer, Bert Gerber Patti ted. Those wishing may make
Geisler ontrlbutions to the Heart VINGS'yQ
Shirley Cedeon Betsy Mobil Horn
Hargrove, Sberri Hartley Suea Fund.
Heck, Nancy Hickman, Ar- Owners
Cypress Gardens thane Hollliter Kenneth Holt, MRS. ADA HAMMOCK Why Pay More SAVINGS
Kermit Holt, Penny Jacoby, Mrs. Ada Hammock 69, 403
Susan J Johnson Barbara Kay Dixie Highway: Auburndale, for litfuraitc

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Malcolm PopeMCIIICIf" McNeer III Mann, Edwin Nix she was a member of the (aeledse, Cabees. c- ytf Jli
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LIQUOR SPECIALS 0" Bush Bruce Conner, Gordon Funeral arrangements will be .
Coppage: Charles Davis, Dale announced later by Kersey Fueral Ever since
Daniel, Latlne Dodion, Linda Home of Auburndale. I Congress established the Federal

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Wednesday, FeBruary 5, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA P.qt Tlu.,


LONG TRAIN TRIPWOLVERTON closed under the government's BEATLE CUT! BANNED tog Imitation a trend" said I
Police Arrest England planned reorganization of the DARWEN England (UPI) headmaster Robert Ree.ves
[ The Weather.. Local State And National I (UPI) A woman told an inquiry railways."It I Haircuts styled after the "Bea Tuesday night. "If t boy ,.nM
] here Tuesday it will take didn't take that long to tles"-Britsin's sensational pop satisfied to look like blnswH I
her son six hours and 40 minutes do It 120 years ago by stagecoach musical group have been and prefers to grow Ms hair
4 49? In MonthIn to travel 50 miles from his when they had to atop binned at Darwen technical like a sheepdog-then I think
I home to London if the railway to change horses," the mother school. there Is something wroi .aiuQ,
i station at Castle Thorpe Is said. "I object to tile present slav him" ",.

Eagle LakeThe r I t.t.; '__ ) is I. (5wr

.t' Winter Haven Appliance Dealers Present The First Annual

Eagle Lake Police Department '
made 49 arrests, it. 't4' .t .,g taE

sued 28 warnings and invest! WASH ERAMA.and

gated 15 other complaints dur r .
ing the month of January 0
1
t l'OOE
Wyj

Fourteen of the arrests were ddd -

for drunkneii excessive, person 3; speed permitting to operate 4; public unauthorized a j; i% v : c ,' Sportswear Show

motor vehicle, 1; improper drlven .
license, 2; Improper piai
ing, 2; Improper passing and FASHIONS IT RHEINAUERS
causing accident, 1; operating

motor equipment vehicle, it; reckless with defective driving x rrr b0 3 BIG SHOWS
ara.e
Free Free Prizes
while drinking I 6; run. I L: Admission I I .I
nin( red light 2; defective ntul. 70 T U" ., Feb. I llth Nora Mayo Hal! ,
fler.'S; bad checks 3; follow.
jog too close 1; operating mo-
tor vehicle while license un TWO WASHERS
der suspension, 1; operating IN ONE GENERAL ELECTRIC I
business without city license, ; IIM' tJllr wtr .1'F ?t+;,y,. .t 4" {h, kttw+tt ti' 1
1; turned over to county, 2; WITH MINI-WASH' SYSTEM!

and turned over to juvenile MORE SNOW FOR SOUTHWEST already snowed Southwest I ts due for
.
court 2.Investigations
more snow today with Texas, New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma and Colorado expected to HI-
made
11 complaints for were disturbances on, be the hardest hit. Snow Is also forecast for the Appalachians and the Rockies. Rain I ts DRYER

one hooting, one bike theft, forecast for the Southern Plains, the Atlantic coast states, the Gulf states end Florid SPEED
and two accidents. The rest of the nation will be clear and somewhat warmer,


Florida Zones Five Day ForecastFive LOCAL OUTLOOK .,
Cloudy with occasional rain 110 Volt Mod
Passion day forecast for peninsular
Play Panhandle today. Thunder showers tonight
Florida for period beginning
Showers and thunder showers becoming partly cloud en
T tonight and
p m ending
with gusty winds today, becoming 7 Thursday High today 68 to 72.
p.m. Monday:
low tonight 60 to 65 Southeastand
Opens Sunday partly cloudy tonight Temperatures through Mondaywill south winds 15 to 20 miles AS LOW
and Thursday Cooler Ionllhl! average near the seasonal per hour, briefly higher In south

final rehearsals are being : High today la the SO'i, low tonight normaL Sample daily ranges: tonight I becoming westerly AS
Tallahassee
66-43, Tampa 72 52,
held for the opening next Sunday I 40 to 45. Small craft warnIngs Miami 76 58. Precipitation Thursday
of the 12th annual winter are displayed shifting averaging around one Inch,
season of the famed Black winds with gusts to 35 miles per locally heavier over north pore
Hills Wales Passion Play in. the Lake hour la scattered thunderstorms tion. Showers at beginning of I TemperaturesBy
Amphitheatre.The period and again Sunday or
Passion Play feature today Winds becoming Monday I -
Josef Meier, is the Chrlstus, northerly 20 to 30 miles per United Press International $9995
and a cast of 30 professions hour today and tonight, gratualhr I
actors, supported by more than diminishing Art Workshop I lAw High
100 citizens of the Lake Wales Thursday Albuquerque ....... 11 30 I
area as extras. North i Books Open Atlanta ._......... 38 sal
Done In old-world tradition, Cloudy with raID today, I Registrations are still being Birmingham ,.,....53 58
but with dialogue la English Thunder showers tonight becoming accepted for the newly formed Boston Of........... 34 41
the Passion Play Is presenter Thur..j adult art workshop at the Academy Chicago ............ 37 46
on a stage 350 feet wide la a partly cloudy on Cleveland ...,...., 30 41 No Down
of Arts, Money
on Wednesday
natural amphtheatre seating day. A little warmer with high mornings. Denver .,.......... 20 42 AH normally llsasdwealsebhe. tm to weshea ..**. .
3,500. A camel caravan and today in the 80's. low tonight In Beginners or experienced artsts Detroit ............ 37 47 iMtlcally in G-I'i miitlertira weihbeiket which re>
mounted Roman soldiers add a the SO'i. Southeast to aouwinds mtves quickly for big l 12-lfc. leads bmtervethlni
Jacksonville ....... 53 60 rtqulrlnf
are encouraged to call the
touch of realism to this .,.. i IS to 25 miles per hour, Academy bursar, Mrs. Eddy Kinsss City.......... SO 55 action. AND UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY

old religious spectacle, which briefly, higher la showers tonight CY 3 M03 or Mrs. Suprlna art Los Angeles ......... 51 70 2 Wash Speeds 3 West Cycles 2 Wath -
had its origin in the Cappen- becoming and westerly late Instructor, CY 37211 for details Miami ........,.. 88 70 Temperatureslij NO HANDLING CHARGES ON APPLIANCE ,.
burg Monastery of Luenen, tonight Thursdsy. Small
......
of the Miami Beach 70 72
Germany, In 1242. In 1832 it craft warnings displayed Cedar workshop. 1Mb. CepetlrAf9& PURCHASES PAID'WITHIN 90 DAYS
The Academy also offers tutoring Twin Cities ......... 24 48 *
wu brought to America by Key northward service to high school New Orleans ........ 55 57 A ctheteAcNoe ...... & W/T
Josef Meier, of the seventh Northeast students In Spanish or.,French. New York .......... 39 45 rUtar-FIa SrsfestPLENTY _
generation of his family to enact Cloudy with rain today. Thu Orlando .....Of..... 60 62 -
role in the
a play.
der showers tonight, becomln WASHINGTON Sen. 'Rus Philadelphia .......35 49
la 1938 the Play was established partly cloudy on Thursday. A sell B. Long, D.La., floor leader Phoenix .........,,, Z9 61 SERVICE STORE
la a permanent summer ilia warmer with hlgalodwUM I. of the tax bill conceding the Raleigh .,.,.1...... M ., u OF GOOD/VEAR j
,
borne at Spearfish in South eo'i low tonight 55 outcome was In doubt *" St. Louis ........... 27 52
Dakota' Black Hills. upper
the Play* was transplanted la ItJJ to to 90. Southeast and south "We've Jumped I lot of San Francisco ,...... 48 64 FREE 217 A... A, N.W, fn. CY1-21 f 5J!

Lake Wales as a winter at winds increasing to 15 to 20 barbed wires these 'lit days Seattle ,,........... 31 52 PARKING
traction. miles per hour today, briefly and left t piece of our pants Tampa ............ 62 63 -
Performances will be given higher in shower tonight becoming each time." Washington ........ 30 53

, four times a week through westerly Thursday
April It, on Tuesdays, ThursIdsys -
and Saturdays at T:30 Cntral 5-Piece Place -
\p.m., and on Sundays, a twilight Cloudy with occasional raoday. Setting :
.
performance at I pm. I Thunder showers to- FREE
*. The customary Good Friday light, becoming partly cloudy on :
, Thursday. High today M to T2,
performance will be given onJlsrch
:' 27 at T:30: p.m. la addition low tonight 60 to 65 Southeast Original Rogers Silverplate Or International Stainless
there will be two ape and south winds 15 to 20 mile
.eisl matinee performances: per hour, briefly higher In show
Wednesday, Feb. 1. and Wed. era tonight, becoming westerly r
hwsday, Feb. 26, at 4 o'clock. Thursday
"
IoadaCon.lderable

FLORIDA cloudiness with
occasional showers today and
SOUTHERN
thunder showers tonight emng .
COLLEGE
Thursday morning and be- + w }
Vagabonds present coming partly cloudy. Little Pattern
the Winter warmer with high today in the
Repertory Theatre 70'., low tonight In the M's 1 i
Southeast and south winds 15 to r
n..... Fk it* 20 miles per hour, briefly higher
"THE HAPPIEST DAYS In showers late tonight, shifting 1r
OF YOUR LIFE"M.
t .. Pelt 7>h to westerly on Thursday
"THE CLASS toIENA UIE"
Sit. Nh. 'III Keys
"THE CLASS MENACERIE" Considerable cloudiness will
Curtain Time I p.m. occasional showers today
Arfntn SI, lte..... SOc Thunder showers late tonight or
Flor.m a u'hr Studlnte early Thursday, becoming part
frn ly cloudy Thursday, afternoon I flees
ftr M.rv.tien.'bars. !
(U-J65S I High today mldTO's, low tonight Flare sitting
Tlcktti Alt Available mid.M's Southeast and i ismlsts elt
T Door south winds 15 to 20 miles per
r Fl ITHEATII.'N.THIIOUND I hour, briefly higher In showers t kills HindissiMtf
late tonight becoming knits
westerly on Thursday t flimsr firkI
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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA

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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Washington I The Lighter SideBy i -Today's- Television- In Review

W. I. RYNERSON, Edtt.,.P.bIhA.r

JOHN W. KYNtHSON. AstltUirf .. the Publish By RICK DU BROW St. Petersburg, Fla. Feb. U. ,
Window DICK: WEST 'to deduce that hangovers emit Prei- "CBS Report" explores the
UPI)
.. Ioli.h": Ml (..,.p!$ S.t.rJ.yl by the WlnUr H.v.K United Press International shock waves lomewnet la the Commentary HOLLYWOOD ( -Cuban changing movie business
Nklltlor.. C,, l I.., 124 JrJ $fr../, N.W. Wint.f H. ... Fl.rliU manner of esrthquakes. ident Kennedy'i first 19.
WASHINGTON (UPI) During the Bay of Pigs invasion -
CHARLES GOSHORN &."...1 MMf.iAit.cr r By LYLE a WILSON I My role in the project was to By PHIL NEWSOM crisis failed was the tub- Edwin Booth, the F.1I.1
the -
put 24 hours, great that
United Press InternationalSen. 1 test his theory under laboratory UPI Foreign News Analyst Shakespearian actor, Is
NBC TV
A.9t( 'Y.HAA. Editor Harry F. Byrd DVs.,, progress fcis been made in the 1 conditions, which was really Before France finally lost ject of Tuesday I one night.hour A second- ly up for attention on two

'ITU.". SULLIVAN Atlvtrtis! *, loA....., hit stated in the fewest ao-called "West McHile Pro I quite simple. I merely found an ; Indo-Chlni at the battle of Dlen itudy about the subsequent works. .On Feb. 15, Richard I
possible number of words the ject." ostrich that had a hangoverfrightened program that numbedthe Burton portrays him In NBC.
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE the It Bien Phu In IBM, she was estimated missile ihowdown
trend of I 1 TV's Monday
1".HUM'> AtiocUttt, In.. Chin*.. III.bt. federal spending Thanks largely to my efforts I losses world, will be broadcast by night movie,
past several years which PresIdent When the ostrich hid Us head to have suffered "Prince of Players. .On Feb

.r" .1 Stew1 CI.H .IIIoA....' Stitt. i, If 14 .t the ,..t Ofn.* Johnson says h. cm and is chief coordinator of research i In the sand I took a lelsmo- I.I.i of nearly 100,000 men killed or the network Sunday 26, CBS.TV'a "Chrflnlcl. tours

I* Wi"I.. Hi.... fl.rl1. ...11I., .tt .f M.f.h 2. H7t will reverie.Johnmn the project has 'graph and recorded the vibra and wounded.The The Victoria! highlight of the Flayers Club In New York
li bring acclaimed! achieved its goal of finding a tions. The reading ihowed a mining 140,000 Tuesday nlgbt'i hour narratedby founded by Booth; the guides
uniform system for measuringthe I war had cost her IS bil Huntley Was the footage
ii a great economizer. There distinct tremor. Chet include Jason Robards Jr.American.
//rffo MEMIER AUDIT IUREAU Ire persons, however, who Intensity of hingoven. I Although this verified Me- lion. In addition to another $2 of the Invasion obtained by

"llXTt OF CIRCULATIONS counsel ciutlon. They luggesl Before accepting any laurels, Hill's deduction, the method Is billion In aid contributed by the NBC. A highlight of Sunday's
,.. however I want to give due expected to be the
... that acclaim for the new President < Impractical for every day use United States. program ii
MEMBER be withheld until the end credit to my distinguished associate Ai a practical system for determlnlng The blow to French morale comments of Theodore Soren-

Aetlr. M.*>br UNITED MESS INTERNATIONAL of the 1965 fiscal year when his ,- Terry McHale of the hangover Intenilty 1 was enormous and contributedto ion, the close long-time aide of

NATIONAL EDITORIAL T)>. Unit.1 Press Ii "titl.4 t. the u.. promise may be measured ic. Flint, Mich. Journal. It was his recommend the MercalU Scale I I the disintegration of the the late President who recently

ASSOCIATION fr r.,uklicaliR of til !I.uI! ,,... prl... curately against his perform.' brilliant theoretical analyiii I Ordinarily s e d to rate the French political scene, the col. resigned from the administration
1144 .4 U this "...,.i.r a i will II .11 UPI ince that made the breakthrough Intensity of earthquakes, the lapse of the French Fourth Re. to write a book about him History MonthIn

N... Dnp.teh... It ii Ironical maybe, that the possible. MercaW Seal divides round public end the arrival of President For the layman Tuesday

ADVERTISING DEADLINI new Johnson administration With the aid Cf only a pencil I tremors Into 12 degrees of rela Charles de Gaulle's Fifth night's venture was primarily a
out the policies and paper, and a couple of aspirin of the observance of American .
CLASSIFIED; DEPARTMENT pledge to carry tive severity, excerpts of whichare Republic. recapitulation of the Bay
ly tli. *i I P.M. Priviaus D. ly tK* lnet.1 I P.M. Pr.yl.ul D.yU of the late President Kenned tablets McHale was able reproduced below Aside from her war costs, Pigs bungle that bas, of course, History Month, February,

.*l N''t::*i: f P.M. rVv!... Day. Suady Edit: !** DM.IIo.i Ffia.y: was accompanied by I reversal! I 1. Not felt except under exceptional France had Invested in Indo. been explored and explored sponsored by the National So

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT of the Kennedy policy that wn I conditions. Chins $2 billion, most of It la in the printed press. The close clety, Daughters of the American .
Ellliti.1 P.IoA. TkuriJiyi 1oA."III. IlIIltl.1 P,loA. FrIJiyi
Sunday
y basic in JFK'i whole program. Letters To I S. Felt only by a few per. Viet Nim. in road, railroads itudent of the subject may
Twtdy Editim; -N.*.. Saturday! W.dn..day, Thursday end] Friday Revolution, we are reminded .
td.ti.n_I P.M. Tw. Days I I.. Adv..... That wn his spending policy. sons, especially oa upper floors' and canals health measuresreducing hive found possible new leads that the settlement
JFK was able ipcnder. Harry of buildings. Infant mortality and In to trick down In the hour. For of

M.mk.r Southard Nwi*.,., '"blhh.", Atltctati F. Byrd thumbnailed it like I S. Felt quite noticeably In. Important Irrigation projecti. the layman the chief value of Jamestown in 1607 marked the

Mami>.f FUrMa Ira Aiiotlati.n this: The Editor. doori. Vibrations like passing French economic Interest In the handling of the matter was beginning of more than 350

TELEPHONE CY,fsi 1.2ltl I "If federal taxes are too high ,. I truck. both North and South Viet Nam to present a reasonably orderly yean of American History and

-ind they are-It I Ii basically Editor 4. Felt Indoors by many. Sensation remain Important today. summary of the broad out. Romance in the Virginia
Dear
: area
because federal expenditure like heavy truck striking French assets are valued at lines, with the added human
are too high. Reduction in both About the possibility of a building. 1 more thin $230 million, Including touch of visual Interview with centering around Jamestown,

A Thought For Today ii long overdue. woman running for PreaidentlWhat's 5. Felt by nearly everyone. almost all of South Viet participants and footage of key Williamsburg and Yorktown.

"Starting at $76.S billion In happening to our men? Some dishes, windows broken I Nam's huge rubber plantations, areas Here the cry for American

the (Eisenhower) fiscal yen Or Ire there any left? Hate 6. Felt by all. A few Instances tea and coffee plantations and The well-known story was freedom was heard in 1775 andIt
"And the pease of God, which jxuteth all under- 1960, federal expenditure rose they become so weak and dominated of fallen platter or Important shares of chemical traced from Its start Including was the scene of the last bat-

standing, shall keep (garrison & Mount guard over) by $5 billion in (JFK') 1961. ? damaged chimneys I beer glut, textile ind cement the training of Cuban refu. ties of the Revolution ending

your hearts and mindi through (in) Christ Jems" They went up $63 billion I write this as a woman myself 7. Noticed by persons driving production. gees In Guatemala, the recruIt. In the British surrender at
in 1962. They went up $4.( bit and I think it's time that motor tin. Some chimneys An estimated 30,000 South log the controversy over the Yorktown, October 19, 1781.

PhiL :1"The lion in 1963. And in the man got back In the driver'sseat broken. ; Vietnamese secondary students Central Intelligence Agency, the The American history student

peace of God" as applied to human experience current (1964)) fiscal year they God made man to have I. Persons driving motor can attend French schools. exile leaden and finally the I Is thrilled to tread in this area

passes all understanding of the believer himself. i are increased discussed by $58 billion.., dominion over this earth and dlaturbed. Heavy furniture France still is South VletNam's lack of sufficient air cover for the lime ground ai Captain
Byrd Kennedy' and Nathaniel
John Smith Ba
hit helpmate. over-turned.
woman ai North
largest customer. the Invasion itself which
L. Carnett
-Dr. Albert ,
spending record in I Senate has and stand in the
this con
It appear as though I. Ground cracked conspicu Viet Nam maintains a commer doomed the attacken. veryrooms
speech opposing the pending been reversed Man's lilting ously. Underground pipes brok.en. cial delegation In Paris. The most interesting Interviews frequented by GeorgiWashington
tax reduction bill. He laid hewn for Thomas Jefferson,
waiting .
back and patiently Thus even s partial summary were not limited to the
against the bill because to have dominion. Just Ground badly cracked. Patrick Henry and many other
Editorials woman 10. France's
to explain
News-Chief helps exile leaden, but also Included
the effect of it would be to the radio. I early American patriots.TO .
this morning over Rills bent.
charge tax reduction into the continuing Interest In sn area those who fought In the invasion
heard t man talking about this 11. Bridges destroyed. Earth which embraces North and Some of the sntl Castro
federal debt, to borrow money know whit he and land sllpes In soft VISIT HOSPITAL
situation. You slumps South Viet Nim Laos and Cubans contended unequivocal
Who To to reduce taxei. "
Forgot The senator Ii among those laid? "More power to her. la ground Cambodia It helps also to explain ly that they hid been promisedthe DALLAS (UPI) Texas GOT.

cock The Camera ? who art skeptical that President this what our men want The 12. Damage total. Wives seen the Irritation among support of American mill. John Connally was scheduled to
women to have the power? on ground surface. Lines of encountered there
Frenchmen tary but U. S. officials visit Parkland Hospital today
Johnson will be able to from level power;

Not long ago, the Saturn monster stood panting on I keep his date with economy In my I'm responsibility not crawling as away a woman.I light Anyone and who has destroyed ever exper by this correspondent that the againstthe United said it wain't '0. for X.rays of his Injured right

itt pad, ready to go, but couldn't because someone on fi.call96S. Byrd explained why think it's time our men stopped fenced a hangover will immediately States Implication might be able to succeed arm and a new cast
The Channel
Swim
he la a doubter) I NBC. It was to be the governor'sfirst
thi "team" forgot to pull a plug. On the second try the i ibid "Contingencli involved in crawling It won't have to be so recognize these condi where France had failed. TV'i "Sundiy" show visits the visit to Parkland sine he
when they say
got going, and achieved orbit. Sunday morning, (Johnson') $97.9 billion expcn funny"Aunt Sam," Instead of "Uncle But even this falls to explain Mardi Gras this weekend. left there early In December
diture include enactment the present course of Presidentde Same network'i "Today" after being treated for gunshot
Ringer 6 sailed directly to the moon as it was supposed figure Sam! program
of new legislation market condition tions.Almanac Gaulle. takes t look at Philadel wounds when he was shot down
txtda," but didn't take any pictures, probably because for the sale of govern A woman who wants to How, for example tsa de phia's social minded "Main with President Kennedy on a

scBruatie on the "team" forgot to hook up the camera, ment held assets effect of stay In a woman's place Gaulle believe neutrality pos. Line" next Wednesday and at Dillai street Nov. 22.
weather condition on agriculture sible for Viet Nam In the face -
or cocTc the shutter. As a result we didn't get a single i
reduction in the postal) Dear Editor! By United Press International of blatant Communist violation

cotton-pickin" picture which was what the whole |28OOOjObO ,- deficit and so forth." A man said to me the other Today I. Wednesday Feb. I, of the neutrality of Laos and ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

project was about And Byrd took a swipe at day that this administration (the 36th diy of 1964 with 330: to the armistice In Korean
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for Southeast Asia and -
theboys;; at the Cape. It must be that they are BO busy the operations government'i at a deficit necessity spending of nothing idmlniatratlon. Well, I The moon is In Us last quar pone It for West GermanygAnd op- e........ 4 ellellltt I c....... f e........ II

figuring out ways to strike for higher wages that they the cold war. Byrd laid It was told Jumped him all he over was wrong that man.I corrected I ter.The evening stare Ire Venus how can he deliberately OrteMle CIS T NSC"'|M GrUntfe Ale T.sspe ell

fall to do their work properly. Incidentally they are easy to blame war and nationaldefense him at one. I said to and Jupiter leek! out closer contact with

tie} highest paid lot of workmen in the world. And tilcf ipending for the But excesses he slid of thai political him "have you forgot and the about test In On title 1631.diy Roger in hlitoryi Williams, U.S.Red and China British while talki boycotting with Soviet Wednesday NIGHT Februarys
and Cuba
this la a part and parcel of the money extracted since the Korean War the federal Castro and, the tale of seeking religious freedom in Russia
ban
from the taxpayer's pocket in the name of progress spending total hit In. Treaty communist Russia and America, arrived at Salem, If, strategically, Indo-China i:09-Ntwi News, Sports, News, W.tth.r Pulse News
creased from a fiscal year figure wheat to M.... holds the key to potential Com till-Sp.rti, W thee W..tk.r E and science. The cost of the Ranger program (with its of $671 to the $979 estimated to coexist with communism? In 1904 Russia and Japan munlst advance westward to ',30-CIS News NBC N... AIC News CIS News

six,straight failures) so far has been 1168,000,000. We to be spent in fiscal do then nothing that man for said the"I American meant a severed diplomatic relations si the Bay of Bengal and south to MS-CIS News NICNtws TIA CIS N.w.

sincerely hope that someday we will be able to eliminate 1965. The hike of roughly $30 then I said to him the result of rival designs on the islands of Indonesia and to 7:00-Glens R..vt Death Valley Cheyenne( Lucy Shew
people,
billion repreienti $75 billion Manchuria and Korea.In Australia why Is it any less 7:II-GUnn R..,.. Death Valley Cheyenne Lucy Sh.w
these faults and failures, do these! jobs right, and actually for military and related activities "that Is different I will apologize 1937 a bitter controversy Important now thin before? 7:30-<:15 R.,.... Hill tf Fame Cheyenne CIS Rf.rtS

) lead this world in our scientific efforts. and $23 billion for domestic Then to you".talked about the begin at President Franklin D. De Gaulle himself has failedto 7:41-CIS R...,.. "Ab. Line tin Cheyenne CIS RtptrtsI

.civilian actvitiei. high coat we of living Is still going Roosevelt sent a series of proposals provide the answers except ,00-CIS KtptrnlilS In 11I1..1," Petty Dul.Htll CIS It.,...,
The senator remarked that suffering to Congress to reorganize for the grandiose explanationthat -CIS Ktptrts .f Fem Sh*.r CIS Raperte1:20Tightrope
Abe We Setting A Record deficit spending and increasing up and adding hard more ships to the the federal Judiciary. he limply ti recognizing a ""b. Llnoln The Fe"" ..'. T.III. t.

public debt since 1939 had reduced and starvation stricken whore In 1M5 the U.S. Third Army force In being. I,45-Tighff.pt ,In Illintu" Daughter the Camera1:00Hillbillies

i This weekend Polk County recorded its eighth the purchasing power of poverty trying to exist people on a fixed broke through Germany's Sieg : EitUnigte Stn Casey Hillklll.M

traffic death of the year. This is jetting; a big start on the dollar to 45 cents ai of to Income, namely the disabled fried Line.A :II-HllkilU. E..i...|* It* e..., Hillblllias
day."It old on e,10-Dek, Van. DyV Eip.tntqtt Stn Casey Diet V., DyV
and the people
setting a record for all time In this particular category. dropped 23 cents In World veterans Congress thought for the day-Brit -Memories- ,4S-DIC. Van Dyke E.i..... See Casey Diet Yea Dyke10:00Denny

Investigations show that most of the deaths could have War II," Byrd laid. "It has Social Security-Will ish philosopher David Hume
increase this fixed Income for K.y. Tk.llthHour I I.44 Winter Danny K.y
dropped nearly T e a n t I said: "The mOlt lively thoughtIi
been avoided had drivers been more cautious, had their since the Korean War. It has these poverty stricken people still Inferior to the dullest 20 YEARS AGO 10:IS-Oinny Kay The I 11th H.ur Olymil.i Dinny K.y.

can under control and been more alert to the driving dropped 2 cents since 1960 (the Oh No, but congress will In. sensation." Local area war bond sales 10' :10-O.nny K.y The I Ith Hear MM Winter Danny Kty.I0i .
cent l-O.nny K.y. The I 11th Hear Olympics Danny K.y
situation Projected over the year, this would show Kennedy pennlei) It droppedmore crease their pay 50 per reached 75379325.
Is this congress worthy of this ''ION. News, Spt, Wtr N.wtlln News
than ball a cent tail Sp.rttMill
some 96 deaths in traffic at the end of 1964. year." pay hike for the poor job they rOSES'I1IIIATTOKYO 10 YEARS AGO -Srtt. WttiM T.nlgdt Show Etorl.l. Wilier Wth.r. Et.rlal'

There are some simple things that drivers can do Byrd'i Senate ipeech was i are doing? This congress baa (UPI) Red China's Nearly $300,000 In road and 1 11 I ,10-Th..tr* .f Ttnlght Shaw Life Show Rlvrb.t

forestall these deaths. First is to drive with extreme sturdy defense of what the ad. not given the American peopie vice premier, LI Hselnnlen, bridge construction in the Winter II ,41- the Stare Tni. Show Late Show Riv.rb.at

mlnlatration'i chief economiit, their money's worth.It laid today American plans to Haven area had been set up
caution at all time!, taking into consideration the Walter Heller, scorns aa a purl. is time for the people to conduct 7th Fleet maneuvers In In the tentative state board 1954

amount of traffic, the road conditions and the weather. tan ethic. Ethic meant character change horses In midstream the Indian Ocean "pose a new construction budgetS Thursday MORNING February 6

The second thing is to be cure that the condition of or the Ideal of character before they drown, and the threat to the peace and lecuri-
people will ride a new horse at of the world. YEARS AGO 7:00-W..u: Today Stew Geed
manifested by a rice or a ty Day
peapie
your car is kept at its peak at all times. Rarely does the ballot box this next electionIn He laid the ship movements Approximately 1,000 inquiries 7:1 "" .vlll Teday Stew News Geed Day

the modern car fail, but it may, and that can cause November 1964. This new would constitute "armed about Polk County had been re 7Jo-W.k.-U", T.eI.y Shew Mi.ki.; Evens Geed Day
hone his life preserver to save and celved as a result of advertls 7:41-: Mevtes T.eI.y hew Me Evsns Geed Day
adcidenta. The life you save may be yours, BO stay RADIO. theats war provocation
alert at all times. the American people from and Communist China opposes log placed In northern news- "Oo-.c..I.I. T..y Shaw Mickie Evens Capfsie

I drowning and from slavery them. His remarks at a Ceylonese papers. This was the report :11-: Kenearee T.eI.y Show Mickie Inane K.......
under communism. God bring Embassy reception in made at a meeting of the Polk :3o-.c..I.I.: T.eI.y Shaw C.rteenville Captain

DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS the American people to their Peking were broadcast by the County Publicity and Advertla. :41-: Ksngaree Telll.y Shaw Carfeenvilte Kangaree

JodIOo WINT senses we pray to lave our New China News Agency i Ing Commission. '.Oo-A,..."... T.4.y' Meole b..cl. Merning Movie
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WINTER HAVB DAILY NEWS-CHIEF Around The Town .1'1'I


I Couple Returns From Rio de Janeiro j


Commander Charles W. Call USNR (Ret)) and Mrs. Call have returned tcT

h their home here after a brief trip to Rio de Janeiro. .. .A

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Mia Charlotte Hancock and The Session of the Lake Mr. and Mr. Marshall Cog.
Miss Paula Driver, studentsat MamUlon Community Presbyterian gins of Eau Grille have beea. ,
j Jones College, Jacksonville Church will meet at visiting with their son.In.law -
have been pledged to and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ,.
Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha eight p.m. tomorrow in the Cephui Hunt
C&cal ty DtLLIC CUB Iota Sorority.Mr. Manse. .. ..0
Mr and Mn. Gardaa
and Mrs. Carl Rhymes Mr. and Mrs OrvUle Mela- Makle of Winchester, Va7"hava -
have arrived from their home era of Harrington. Ill are arrived for an extend.
Scotland Will Be Home In Boston, Mass and planto guests of Mr. and Mri. Charles ed visit in Lake Hamilton.The .
spend the next three Relmer for a few weeka
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j : months her Lake Hamilton Wora-
*
.. Mr and Mn. Arthur Hancock *-'
For Winter Haven BrideSt. an' Club will meet tomorrow -
Mra. Van T. Burnett and had at their weekend at two p.m. in the club-
..... Mri. Billy Raldea will be guests, their daughter, Charlotte building with Mri. Russell
Pul' Episcopal Church man for his ion. Ushera were .. .. hostess at the home of the a student at Jones College Floyd Mri. Cephus Hunt
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was the letting at four James Henry Swift and John '. ... ." former Thursday night to XI Jacksonville, and Dave Mri. Douglas Jennings, Mri.
o'clock Saturday afternoon for ... .. ,1 .. I Kropeti, of Jacksonville
C. Wells Jr. Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Frank Lundln and Mri. Agnes -
the lovely double.ring cere* A reception Wit heW .hi the Phi Sorority. Mrs. John Rackley aa hostesses. Tha
mony which united la mar Parish hail where the brMe's 11. }' Brantley Jr la in charge of Mrs. W. C. Henson, tour. program will feature Mrs\,
rlage Miss Mary Helen Swift, table wu covered with a lace ... the program. guide at Eloise Groves Asaoclation Wallace Ecklei gospel song'writer
daughter of Dr and Mrs. cloth and Wit centered witha !I : will give her .. ,
.
Lyle James Swift of Winter tiered cake The refresh. ( ., Bob Chambers, a aopho- ter members of XI Beta Oml-
Haven, and John Stanley meat table was covered withan more at Florida State University cron a personallyconductedtour XI Lambda Chapter of Beta
Black, ion of Dr. Stanley A. embroidered cloth with .. hat been pledged by of the citrus plant aa Sigma Phi will meet tomorrow
Black, Aberdeen, Scotland. lace Inserts. Lavender and ." -. ..,. : Zeta Zeta Chapter of Sigma the program' for Thursday eve. evening 8 o'clock at the
Vow were read by the blue flowen were used. \L. ",. I"' _.__. ; Nu Fraternity. He la the IIln, meeting. Members art home of Mri. Calvin Hatton.
Rev. Cyril N. Sturrup fol. Mist Leila Sebring of So- son of .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph requested to be at the plant Mrs. T, E. Long will con'
lowing nuptial music by Millard bring was In charge of the SPECIAL GUEST E. Chamber of Winter Ha by 7:30.: duct the program.

Walker, organist brlde'a book. Assisting la The Rev. Matthew J. Connolly, new pastor of St. Joieph'i Catholic Church, was a Yen. Min Paula Driver of Jones
Given In marriage by her serving were Mesdamei R. Miss Diane Goggaai, a
luncheon of the Catholic Woman'i Club.
at Picturtd
special quest yesterday'i meeting
College, Jacksonville, and W.
,father the bride wore a lovely R. Mays Austin Race Jr., atudent at Florida State University
with him In Father Anderson Hall are, left, Mri. Chariot Marx, secretary, W, Price also of that city,
of lace
gown chantilly over W. R. Graham and Ira Parki.For St. Catherines hat been pledged by
taffeta brocade. She wore I a wedding trip to San. and Mri. Matt Moran, right, club prey dsnt. spent the weekend her with Alpha Sigma Chapter of

crown of sequins and pearb !Ibel Island, the bride wore a Guild Meets the former' parents, Mr and Delta Zeta. Mln Goggana lathe
with I iboalder.!length veil heather colored wool suit. Spring Rushing Gardenia dub Mri. Don Driver, daughter of Mr. and Mri.
carried I bouquet of whit After February 16th, Mr. Member' R. P. Goggani, T2S AvenueF
orchldi with sprigs of whit and Mrs. Black will make Planned of St. Catherine Dr. and Mr*. Pan! Myers SB.
heather brought from Scot their home at 23 Sunnybank By Color Slides Of Gardens Guild of St. Paul' Episcopal have returned from Maaiil-
land. Her pearl necklace had Place Aberdeen, Scotland. Theta Nus Church met this week in the Ion, Ohio where they were William Edward Chaioa
belonged to the bridegroom'i The bride was graduated Parish House for study, a called due to the death of has pledged Kappa Sigma
mother. In 1969 from the local high luncheon the latter' mother Mri. fraternity at Florida South.
Mri. John C. Well Jr. was school and last month from Three rush parties are being Around The World Shown"Gardens lion. and business seaS Maude Legg Mri. Myer'ifather era College in Lakeland
matron of honor and Mill Newcomb College In New Orleans planned by Theta Nil Matthew Legge, accompanied where he ii a sophomore
Margaret Swift was brldei- La. Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Mr. J. B Scott Jr. and them home for a majoring In business admin
Around t h. tour were admitted to private Mri. Betty Davis talk visit of several weeks. istration.MHaa .
maid for her lister. Mr. Black received his education Sorority, World" the gave a
Mrs. Wells wore blue lace in the Anderson Educational The first will be a "George at was the meeting program yesterday subject garden and home of on three of the nine virtues sMaaaaMgOg* aup coviimmmmfmmam

over matching peso d. sole, Institute, Lerwick Washington" bridge of the Gardenia Garden nnsval beauty. recommended by St. Paul _
with a matching headpiece Shetland and Aberdeen University. party Club, held at the home of Members saw close-ups of humility, meekness and kindnesa. .
and ahow. This la act
style Sudden Service
and carried lavender He la an (
pompon apprentice Mri. Carl Jackson Jr. on exotic franglpanl blooms, .
Miss Swift's chartered accountant.BradleySumner. for February 22nd at life Lake
chrysanthemums. Lake Otis great sprays of tiny red orchids Mr. 0. B. Cahoon and her : .
gown and Dower were In Alfred Woman'i clubhouse. A prayer by Peter Mar- ; breadfruit, jackfruit committee, assisted by Mn. ,
lavender. An "Irish Supper" In hon. shall was read by Mri. Norman and cassava trees; the lovely O. R. Leeds, Mri. Roy Wenti, I IN BY :
10 A.M. OUT 5 P.M.
BY
Mri. Swift chose for her .
or of rusheea and their husbands Warren to open the llburnum tree with Its grace Mr* Pomeroy Hartman and ;W
daughter's wedding, a green meeting. Treaiurer'i report ful plume of yellow blossoms Mra. A. T. Race Jr., served I c.
crepe gown with beige accessories Miss Sally Bradley, daughter will be held on March was given by ,Mr.. Donald ; primrose borders In lunch. :* '!* S'I
and lavender orchid of Mr. and Mra. L. W. 14th. Locke Including results of the England! ; rose hedges and Reports of committee i Havendale Cleaners II
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corsage. Bradley of Lake Hamilton and To conclude the rushing recent successful Christmas garden In France; flowering chairmen on projects accomplished I ; N
Dr. Black served at best Elder Sumner, ion of Mr. program, a preferential tea Mart.A cherry tree dropping pale were given duringthe '
and Mri. L. M. Sumner of will be held on March 22nd. report on the Winter Haven pink petals on lush Englishturf business session at which I V Comer 34th Strttt and Havendale loulevani; I
Lithia, were united In marriage Council progress toward ; magnificent rhododendron time Mr*. Sue Fisher pretld-
Saturday evening at the aecurlng i Garden__ Center .site! bushi solid with great ed--. ..LANKITstss
tllIf First Methodist Church of ililllltllillllltllllllllllllllilllllllllHOSPITAL : was given oj Mri Joe Mc. ball of ron and pink and q" ,
Haines City. I Kibben. Tbs request for a white bloom
The Rev. John B. Sander | I II ail in the new Interlachen The tour began in Hawaii tJl your charge account ,
son, pastor officiated. Park was withdrawn when Included Japan, Hongkong, _; >:
9' NEWS | neighborhood opposition arose Thailand, Ceylon, New Delhi m ; .
and the Council's committee and the Vale of Kashmir in
TUESDAY'S ADMISSIONS Is currently working with city India Vienna, the International .
officials to secure a suitablelot Horticulture Show in Hamburg
Winter Raves to replace the one formerly Germany and London, '. hI
:Mrs. Jam* fikoupp, Cot elected on Lake Elr where spring flowers brightened .: i
Homer
T. Harle, Herbert bert. the
city.
Macemon Mri. Bonnie Hunter Member were asked to earstrading Colorful kite shrines
*
carp ,
A. M. .
Barnes
Mri. Emory
stamps in auffl- temples, "viewing gardens"and
Roberta, Mri. Carrie clent amount to get one folding i glimpse of snowy Fu.. y J
Wakefield. Mri. Claud Bar chair each for the proposed jiyama in Japan; the water {;
WtftMw rett. Master James
YMT Was. Eley, Center, and all additional slums In Hongkong, the ter. :
.......s wilt sal with a Master Dwayno Stephens stamps possible. raced hillsides, and the lovely .
...... .t .11ta and Baby David Woten.Aaburadale. Mri. Richard D. Pope re homes adorned with formal .
Me.dly ershqu from ported that beautification of garden, pools and
ee/ ngelee l ., sick and Mri. Robert F. Davis, Mri. the nurses' home at the Hospital stairways colorful with lush I ,
business ........ Susan Shelton F. J. Ran, will proceed whenever potted plants; tea plantation the trip taker .
Master Charles Reynolds. weather permits. *-thea* were a few of
slim hash elm .llor J editI.
easy |
Davenport Proofs of the Flower Show
the
scenes
M ye ups lest ...... Charlie Williams, Virgil Schedule were distributed by There were also the Taj I I. .d.,lk-t rlp. card, a fresh new
.. Winter H.... a. two Harris, Baby Charles Strick Mri. W. M. Bentley, and vol- Mahal, with close.upa of Ita bland .f Arnl9 tf!.e.t.'. mi cotton. /
.. ,h_ land. unteeri were secured to enter extraordinary exterior decorations llu., blush with whIU. 12 SeIS
Arcadia arrangements in the various -Intricate, exquisite Inlays end l4 % to 22'h.' /
894-9989 WIDE EYE D II hey Paul Fussell. claiiea. The Show will and designs la relief;
com I. Use Noll daughter Lake Wales be held Tuesday through the Vale of Kashmir and the 25.95Lt
ef Mr. and Mri. Richard Dr. John E. deCaffwelly, Thursday, March 17 .11.1.. fabled Shalimar Gardens; the
Noll, who was four Robert A. Klnnalrd. Other committee report were mow.capped mountain reflected
WELCOME t.lIL'LIIIIIIiiiiii1111111111111Illllllllllllltllll years old Monday. Her Eagle Lake heard and approximately 35 in till lakes, the
. pr.f.renc. this year was t. Master Herman Prescott. members answered roll call. houseboat, the little punt
; celebrata by attending Lake Hamilton The program of superb color heaped with fresh-cut flow.en .
.i \; "t the horse early show fol. Mill Debra Williami.Balnea alkies was presented by ; primrose borders in England .
-- City Mr. and Mn. Hartand CIa.... ; the varied beauty of
low.d by a chicken dinner Master Robert Springer. mast af Water Park, with l fuchilai and tuberous begonias .
iiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifDISCOUNTS Lake Alfred Mra. Quanta giving the interecUag at the Chelaaa Flower
)fra. Vernon K. Norton. amative. The photograph Show In England; and the
were mad ea a eon- lovely arrangement photographed
TUESDAY'S DISMISSALS ducted tour af lovely gar. there, which brought
I all 1964 Winter Haves dene and otter beauty spot murmurs of appreciation from
on
Richard Bartlett Dr. Donald la foreign land, the entire the audience
Butts, Master James trip mad ky plane, and with There was even a local
MOTOROLA 95 Eley, Harold Humbert, Baby many special arrangement slide tacladed-for when their
FROM X149NO Theresa Sellers Mri. Charles aa that the M persons an the bus failed lo stop to let them
I CONSOLE TV's B. Smith and infant aon. photograph a brilliant semi-
PAYMENT a AabamdaleMrs. tropical plant la faroff Ceylon
| DOWN $7.50 PER MO. I
T. L. Alexander Mar- Recent BrideIs Ski Caahmaaa simply"
| P1.5e-. ..... Cds Recording Price! rut E. Dean Mri. Alton Kirkland waited utfl they reached

and Infant son, Mri. Honored "..atook a picture of
Walter Patrick. a keaattfml tpeclmea hi lull
Haines City bloom at beautiful Cypress
Mri.
Bennie Williams
a recent
G. W. Alley Mri. Comer Gardens
Miles, Master Dale Williami.Sebring bride. was honored with
a misceUeaaou shower at

Mri. nine Bassvtt" Dundee Community House
| |r f- A Trusted Name for Dependable Service | Lake Wall Saturday night New Anicah

:\: e .,""_ '...vhiee a SHIM Hl-t. a Air OrflHwwn R. W. Hooper Samuel E. Garnet were played during .
Mr. and .... G. Blair MeCarrey
\ }*JO Third St.. N.W. ..... CY 3-1420 | Stanford.Lakeland the evening and the honor are announcing the I JlIItI

fJiiimiiiimiiMiimiiiiiuiiMiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I iiriiiimiiiiiiiiil The Rev Harry Ron. displayed her many gifts adoption af a cos. Jeffrey ; ..
some sent from relative In Jon who was born November
other states. Hot The .*wcomr in
the MrCarvey auaehold la
Mn. Bonnie Hughes and also being welcomed by *a-

133 Mri. Paulina Whllform boat- other adopted me. Kenneth P pronto fashion a i ..
':iI-.u : eases served homemade B'air, age twenty-two month
4AIf caket, cookies, potato chips, Mr. McGarvey i it pastor of "...eI.rI.1 Ilttl. cI,... h put .sf .
lBS. 0 Q punch and coffee. the First Alliance Church of today .r lilY day trees" new es.r .
Others present were Mn. Whiter Havea. I Plated ,Insures (.1.0!) "1C11I... sed
TJ Leo Williima Mri. BiU Greg Mr. and K.... Robert E. *.?... 11I4 illk C ,
OF ;/ cry Mn. Neal Crawford, EUnberg of Dundee are the hi.Jti. Wut, ..*,. 14 <. 49tend I
Mill Jeanne Ross and fined, parent of a daughter born Joy, t. :4'i.DAILY .
J Now Features Mri. J. Smith and Mra. Paul at J:3I: p.m. yesterday In the ( 22.95
ina Ron mother of the bride. Winter Haven Hospital The (
Mr. and Mri. Wllliama are baby weighed la at seven tier F1 e. .
now living in Laka Hamilton. pound and six ounces.ANNOUNCMENT .
o a complete assortment ofD' .,. '



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w. art proud t. sense t. all sup Friend* and Cn. .*'r
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D'' !.U4 with A'r|.tt. hussy Sales W. Is,1Cc l y.yr ***.1.! .*.
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Six WINTER HAVEN NEWSCHIEWINTCR[; HAVEN, FLORIDA Wednesday, February 3. TRj:

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Juvenile Court Snively Suit Kiwanis Hears Elks To Honor Services For Citrus Queen Two Accidents AmericanContinued

( From
Dropped By (Continued From Page One) (Continued From Page One) Page
on his subject "Latin Amer shown In handling traffic' !

Account Shows I Mrs. ParsonsA can-Friend or Foe?" Past LeadersWinter CowperthwaiteStill year Florida He I I. well and known has two throughout tons Result In One parking problema. and j

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Specific item which he suggested who art student tt Florida The show, which has grot*:
suit filed 'by Mr Avis
to help our foreign relations I
Southern College in Lakeland. to be the largest of Hi kind hi'
Snively Parsons against her with our neighbors to Haven Elks Lodge Rust 1 II coming t* the official
the southeastern
United\
Small Shortage, brother John A. Snively Jr., the south Included encouraging 1672 will honor its past leaders PendingWord "Ambassador" from the "Lam Minor InjuryThe estimated to State*,!iis I
hate
them to make detailed brought'!
trustee of the multlmilllo surveys with a Past Exalted Rulers of Lincoln" and will invite the
of their land to facilitate land night on Thursday Ed new citrus queen to attend the $350,000 to $400,000 a eouerra
A 'former of the dollar estate of Mi late father reform and taxation Winter Haven Police Department
employee
sponsoring Marquardt, exalted ruler an Word of arrange Illinois Fair next August In a live figure, into economic eha*
Polk Juvenile and Domestic was dismissed in Circuit school construction, loan nounced. menta for Dr. William G reciprocal gesture of good-wil reports two accident nets of the area during
Relation Court has apparently Court In Barlow. on specific project like development The former leaden and their Cowperthwaiteof and cooperation between the in the area, one late last period. Flan toil!

misappropriated some of the The suit was flied by MnParsona of harbor, sending ladies will be guests of the Gainesvillewho two states and the Fair and night and one early this mornIng to make are the already 1965 underway
$600,000 she has handled during event
qualified people Instead of Elks lodge for was kllle i Citrus Exposition.Page .
last October d a reception
a a <
the five yean ahe was employed "campaign contributor madeambasaadors' from Hopkins, widely totalling $780 damage and "bigger and better" than this
charged Snively Jr. with mismanagement < to T p.m. followed by -iJ Monday In a and Jim
here.Juvenile of the multi-mil' ), aching churches dinner beginning at 7. The plane crash at I experienced In the citrus Industry causing one minor injury ,ur', ..Ualt.Summerville,
Court Judge G. Bow- lion dollar trust. to cooperate more strengthening membership will be charged the the Gainesville will lend prestige to the The police report said a car said the how
den Hunt gave I report to the the educ-'ional exchange usual $1 for the Airport were judges committee Exposition officials -
A stipulation accompanying per person driven by Charles VivID Lawrence came aa a climax to a leases
County Commission yesterday the order noted the matter had program buffet dinner preceding the being awaited laid, "since they know unusual
of for
on i seven month'i investigation been "amicably" settled betwern "If we itop codding dictator, meeting Marquardt urged all here today exactly the type of girl neededto 122 Florida Drive was activity the post,
into the ..ffalr.Commillllon the two parties Involved that will go a long way. toward members to attend Dr. Cowperth advertise our citrus productsand beading east on Havendale Blvd. expressed in Its Christmas Toy

-n already knewof Plaintiffs in the suit were the beginning! of a real Following the dinner, the past waite, who was the state In general." They when it went out of control activities the sponsorship of
the ahortage. Judge Hunt'i Mr*. Snively and her three friendship," he concluded. exalted rulers will conduct the on his way toAtI.nt. pointed to the good work done and skidded on wet pavement Hire the Physically Hindi-
report was on the progress of children, Gram, Avis and DIsane Also at the meeting Bill regular buatnes meeting while to ate his past year by Mis Sue went across the center line and capped Week and the breakIng -
an audit which he laid will take through their father Rob Carter, In behalf of the pub their ladle will be entertainedby tend an agricultural meeting. Scarborough, of Pensacola the crashed into I wooden sign of ground for the post's new
,
several more months to com lie affairs committee, urged Elks ladies auxiliary with was well known In Winter Ha 1963 Citrus Queen, in repreaent- near the intersection of 21st' $125,000 memorial hall for
plete. everybody to register for vot Mrs Pearl Daniel president. yen, where two department lathe tog the industry and Floridaat St. NW. which the foundations are being
The shortage of funds was ert.City Ing. President Jim Gray said I The local Elks lodge was Instituted Florida Department of Ag- various Important function, According to the report Lawrence laid and which will be com-
discovered last July and the EndorsesContinued It was an objective to this in 11145 with the late culture[( Division of Plant Industry among them the dedication of was travelling at about pleted In the Spring
employee was Immediately du- committee to be sure that every John Lang as exalted ruler. which he headed, were the citrus tower at the $3,500,000 45 m. p. h. when the mishap The meeting on Tuesday,
11 at 8 will
Feb.
charged. She la currently undergoing ( From Page One) i member and his household were Since that beginning the lodge ocated. Florida building on the World'sFair occured.No p.m feature
of
psychiatric treatmentand ty lots at $1.50 to $2 a tree. registered baa been led by many of the The two department are the grounds In which she participated Injuries were reported but the granting awards to a
number of Legionnaires
la unable to help in the In The Chamber of Commerce community leaden. From a research staffs of the spreading with Gov. Farris I damage to the car was $250 longtime Legion for

vestigation. has agreed to act a* head. Downtown Unit charter membership of 82 members decline itudy and the bud- Bryant and Robert MOSel'1 and damage to the sign $80 for signing numerous membership,
Hunt raid fearedat World's up new
Judge they of the
quarter for taking order, the It has grown to 630 members wood division. They are locatedon president Lawrence was charged with members and for various
first that the shortage couldbe noted the close cooperation I
Officials
I Woman' Club board will nk Marquardt staled Lake Alfred Road in a building faulty tires and speed too great
(Continued achievements In post work during
aa much as $10,000 to $12,- From Page One) that has existed between -
to which addition
Its membership to In addition and an was for[ conditions
cooperateby lons: would be to owning operating the past year. Summerville
000, but the figure now la leuth.n weekend evening the Exposition and the
making contact to the Eloise Club completed last fall Dr. Cowper The second accident occured
get removal Boys
when urged a "full house" for this
$7,000 and they expect it I young people'h..ve thwaite for the Stale' Junior Chamber for years
was present
will be much less than that. agreement from prop. activities there. the local Elks lodge contributesto and that the local Jaycees always about 12:30: this morning whena program.
In his report to commission city owner, and the city fire The courts would be built adjacent the many local charities directly dedication sponsor the big street car collided with a palm -
era. Judge Hunt said: I department I I. being asked tohl'tp to, and south of, the They are an Important h.A native of Brooklyn N. Y., parade on the opening day of tree.The Mrs. Bissell
with
In the when of the was the state plant said the driven
"For the past seven months I disposal burning resent court used by the Win part Harry-Anna Crippled the Exposition. police car,
as you know we have been I II required.The tee Haven Tourist Club, and Children Hospital at Uma- ward from 1957 until 1961 when by Mra. ElsIe Musselwhite
commission endorsed the .ilia which I II owned and It was renamed the Division of (Continued From Page One)
having to check out record because the Shuffleboard Club would operated I tumble, 130 Center St., was
of Improper crediting of project but want some arrangement have Its own separate portionof by the Florida State ; Plant Industry. He had been in CofC Board heading north on First St. N, campaign ia William L. Filer..
funds in various Individual accounts for collection of bill an enlarged cue house. Elk Association charge from late 1957. when it went out of control and Campaign Director is Clarence
In our office. made 10 that the city will not Ryan said the Shuffleboard He 1 la survived by his widow (Continued From Page One) ran Into the tree P. Weaver.
"This baa been very difficult be obliged to collect them. Club would maintain its own and three children Robert, 15; the Promotions Committee wilt Mra. Cumble was taken to The United Fund supports II
because the former employee David Ciddings presented the Identity separate from the larger Hamp RogersContinued Stephen 14; and Ann 11. make a report on the FloridaAir Winter Haven Hospital for a agencies in the Winter Haven

who was responsible for the proposal to the commission in boo-member Tourist Club Derby and the Mill Cheerleader alight cut on her chin and re- area.
accounts baa been and it still the absence of Frederick. and that more court could be ( From Page One) ExOlympicContinued U. S. A. contest a* well eased. Raley points out that any

under psychiatric treatment In other action the commission built if there was demand.The him for the office of Sheriff. ( From Page One) a* report on the activities Damage to the ear was estimated money raised over this yean
and unable to assist in any : moving of the downtown "This office of great authority City and rode to Lake Alfred of the committee, during the at $450 and Mra. Cum. 'goal will definitely be put to
way. Authorized the city managerto club has been vigorously opposed and responsibility exacts with u*." past month lie was charged with failure .. The figure chosen by
"We have had to go back aa trade a fire pumper, bought by the members ever integrity, honesty fairness, The conductor didn't even A full report on Winter IT- to have vehicle under control. Fund official! ia the minimum
far as complete record were as Army surplus but not suitable since it was first discussed courage, legal ability, adminatrative know how much that short a ven'i newest industry, Cypress needed.
available to January 1, 1961. for city use to Jan-Phyl more than a year ago when skill and, above all, trip should cost "He had to Garden Surf Bo.rdl. Inc., Is FLORIDA STOCKS Mrs. Bluett bas praised the
"Collections In that period Village for a 1953 truck that American National Bank started a i balanced sense of understand- look it up," Brenner laid. "He expected to be made by either campaign highly "I heartily
amounted to approximately community owns and $700 cash. id expansion program with tog of humanity" Roger said finally charged Jim a quar- Dick Pope or production manager Here are the 1 p,m. closings endorse the United Fund," she
$600,000. Payment average The city paid $1,200 for the I beautification project to follow "I leek this office on the er." Dan Mains on Florida stocks aa reported .ay*. "I have worked In It tine
less than $20. Every entry has pumper. Bank official lueeested conviction that I can more effectively Brenner I II staying another There will be several other b y Francis L du Pont and Co It started in Winter Haven and
been checked. (About 30,000 entries Decided to delay action on the that the city try to work out accomplish the purpose week, while Ads had to go routine report that are expected Air Control 19 will support It all the ...,. I
.) proposed acquisition of an addition .n agreement for another site of the office and elevate back "But I'll be back next to show that the local Chamber Tampa Electric 25H feel it ia the answer to have
"Quite i number of errors to Lakeside Memorial for the huffleboarderi, when its operation efficiency beyond year," Ads promised, "and my has been exceedingly busy Florida Telephone 17% one drive and not so many si
have been found we are Park when the owner J. B. building owned by the city its current level wife will probably be with me." during the past month. Plant Industry >tt we had before the United Fund.
now In the process of taking Whitesides, withdrew the offer doesn't lend Itself very well tony
Information "e have obtained of 12 acre and substituted one upgrading of the area
correcting it with Individual for 4% acres at $20,000, which where It stands on Fifth St.,
record., and making aU adJustment City Manager Ryan said was just off Central Ave., ia the CHEVELLE
necessary excessive. Whltesldei refused to heart of the business lection. MALIBU SUPERSPORTSbY CHEVROLET
"The bonding company baa pay for an appraisal, but Com Present at today' com mi.-
been tdviied. They have missioner J. D. Hill suggestedthat Ion meeting to object were
reached an agreement with the the city pay for It, if necessary. several official, Including the
husband of the former em- Commissioner Hughe secretary for the past 14 years,
ployee. There la no danger of Steele was opposed to thla. George N. Stanley, and the
anyone losing one cent aa I Appointed Mr*. Emily Be..- president, George Bauer.
result of this unfortunate experience ley and Mr*. Harold Hitchcock Stanley laid the club had
." to the recreation advisory boardto bout 45 local property taxpay-
bloat of the funds Involved fill vacancies created when ers who put up money to build
were "trust collections" in Mrs Nora Goff resigned and the present building and he
child support cases involving Mn. Bonnie Crawford term bought they were entitled to
criminal court circuit court expired. The latter lives out some consideration. He said
and Juvenile court. side the city and therefore could Andrew Ireland fruldent of
Money paid for child support not be reappointed under com American told
goes to the court and the mission policy, to which Commissioner him the bank had no objectionto
court then pays money to the Hill objected. The the club remaining downtown -
wife. policy was made before he join. If the building were remodeled
The report last fall from the ed the commission. and the public restrooms
state auditor did not show any I Appointed John Cox a* trustee attached to It removed.
of the shortages. "Recorda of the Firemen's Relief andPension Bauer said "if you take this
were accurate and well kept"I Fund and city Clerk club away from u* a lot of win-
the report aald. It covered Dave Full at resident trustee. ter tourist are not going to V
period from March 1, 1961, Voted to make Ave. D, SW, come back to Winter Haven."
through: April 30, 1963. From Seventh St. to Lake How Location la a vital part of the
The report went' on to say, ard Drive one way west and club'l existence, he said because -
"Although all collections of Ave. E one way, east, and the many member live
record were accounted for, the alley from Lake Howard to nearby and do not drive It developed -
system of Internal control was Seventh one way. I however that Bauer
such that It was possible that Decided to sell for $200 the 'does not live in Winter Haven,
some collections were made for house on the newly acquired I hut adjacent to the Bartow Air !
which there was no record, parking lot bought from the Base' 1S 1
principally because the collect I first Baptist Church, with the He was asked by Commli-
ing, depositing, disbursing and provision that it be moved out stoner Tom Turnbull where
recording of funds were handled : of the city.Approved. these member would go If
by one individual during a resolution providing they didn't come back to Winter
most of the audit period." a reciprocal agreement for Haven and be laid they'd
Hunt bald that the state auditor building contractor examine 10 to Lakeland. Turnbull said
and the company which tlona and ordinance accepting the Lakeland club wasn't con-
devised the book keeping system street in Haven Shore subdivision venlently located In fact,
have been advised and being developed by Ralph was a long drive. .!
have offered "every suggestion I Thompson. This ordinance It ao One Shuffleboard member,
and help to make sure suchmistakes worded that all other streets and who did not Identify himself,
could not occur in the! parks dedicated to public use aid he owned a home here
future" will be automatically accepted but "I'm going to leave townthe
If club It moved. I'll sell I
City Attorney Peter Kalogrldli
,
LBJ PromisesContinued has discovered that the city and get out.
Recreation Director Bob Hill
charter requires such an ordinance -
said teen activities would be
.
( From Page One)
Hanged to ai to interfere with
ft, "to help them get the most Designated the Daily News- the Shuffleboard Club as little
Chief for publication of the
for their
money He laid the exclusive
a* possible
The President said he had directed delinquent tax roll, with the space allotted to the club
understanding that In future
his committee on con- would be nearly aa much ai It
sumer Interests to hold a seriesof jean the contract be alternated already sea in Its downtown lo
between the Newi-Chlef
regional consumer confer
cation.
and the Winter Haven Herald
ences and to him.
report Ryan told the group, after
Assistant tabor Secretary the commission's vote, that "I
Esther Peterson, White House ernment agencies, and consumer think you will find the new
consumer adviser said she group also will attend tha place to your satisfaction.We'll .
planned to Invite regional meetings conference work with you and if you iKkftvund,nor OMMfl IMltw lupw sense Cape knew.messes iMtw lupw Sport ComwtlU
a "handful" of the consumers Johnson said he also was' asking have a little faith in u* I thinkwe r
who had been writing federal agencies to explorethe can work this out. "We'll What's so super about the Chevelle Malibu Super Sports?
complainta to her. Representatives possibility of adapting the make It home for you."
of manufacturers retailers Rural Extension Service con The city manager win meet

advertising agencies, gov- cept to an urban setting with the membership of the Let's start with the Inside. You jet Individually adjustable front and sports-styled simulated walnut steering wheel to name a fe W3

club Center next and Friday will explain at the to them Teen bucket seats, soft, color-keyed f leather-grain vinyl. Special InstruEven the exterior says It'a luper-special moldings and emblems

UNITY SCHOOL OF CHRISTIANITYLEE'S just what 1* planned for them mentation-ammeter, oil pressure and water temperature gauges special wheelcovera that define the highly maneuverable Chevdie'Bright '

then. metal console panel with either sporty 4- peed* stick shift or 115-inch wheelbase. (Cherle:; is smaller than the Jet-smooth luxury'''!
SUMMIT MISSOURI
Powerglide* floor-mounted straight-line shift Chevrolet bigger than the popular Chevy II, and fits beautifully '

Invlttt You To Hear DUNDEEJames : Under the hood Lots of choice. Two Sixes-standard 120-hp and between them.) <&'

Hufsteler who I II student optional 155-hp, Thru V8's from the standard 283-cu.-in. Actually, about all that'i not super 'these"Afi1i11!

J. SIG PAULSON it spent Florida the weekend State University herewith job up to (you're reading it right!) 327-cu.-in.' Try this SS Coupes and Convertible ls their price. And there's so*

hit mother Mr*. EsteO.Hufstetler one to flatten out hills! much more to find out about them the only right flit'
Unify minister, InUrnitl.nil lul...", and wrlt.f. and other relativea. Some mighty appealing options*, too. Electric tachometer a take it an in is to driv_one..Your.CbeTrolet ray i
H.I 1.1.l K.v. IncMid visit I* (ti* Unity vtrt dealer cart
In Eur.M and Nig.r'.. Hi mtuif* will hip, yea :.:--.:.:-:-:.:-:--.: Positraction rear axle, sintered metallic brake linings take care of that, too. \(>&H lt...";,.J

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I |5rVe3nesHay, February 5, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-EP-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Peq. Seven


-- r Lake Alfred To I Missionary To Speak At Villa Baptist ChurchThe I
Rossi Enters Rosa P. Welch -
Her, Kenneth Potee, established the Tendra Road I His message at the.- Villa
Disciples of Christ missionaryto Agricultural Center and for 20 church will have to do with

Race For TaxAssessor's To Be SpeakerAt Fete Sen. KellyA India, will address the congregation I years secretary served-treasurer as administrative of 50 missions the the acope mission and work opportunities on Christian of

Baptist of the Church First of Missionary Flo- I great In nine favorite districts.among He thou-was churches la India. .'" I

rence Villa Sunday morning, sands of U. S. military men
chicken barbecue Saturday Feb. 9, as part of the annual
Job Assemblies at the home of Mr and Mri. Florida Chain of Missionary 1 during World War 11. NOW OPEN)
a Lynn McNeer. Lake Alfred, Assemblies program In this
fJ will be held to Introduce Sea. GildersleevcPlans Garden FlayLounge
Ralph J. Rossi of lakeland Mrs. ROil Pace Welch, distinguished Scott Kelly of Lakeland to the city.Potee, who was educated at ,
announced today that he will be vocalist and missionary Interested citizens of the communlty. Cotner College, Lincoln, Neb., To Wed
will speak at the annual
I candidate for the office of Kelly It I candidate and the College of Missions of
tax Florida Chain of Missionary VENTURA Calif (UPI) -
Polk County assessor.Rossi for governor of Florida. the
39, it executive directorof Assemblies to be held at the McNeer said 125 local voters In Indianapolis Disciples (Christian, Ind, later) Church received Harold J. Peary, the "Great State ..... 149 -1 Mlle
the Mutual Builders Exchangeof First Christian Church, Feb. hive accepted invitations of the his bachelor of Divinity Gildersleeve" of radio and I..t ef Cyprus _.......
Polk County with iti offices 911.She committee to attend the bar- degree from Yale University movie fame, is planning to CHOICE LIQUORS
in Lakeland. returned recently from becue, which will be served Divinity School.He marry electronics engineer Cal- PACKAGE GOODS
cited hit background of Nigeria where she served the the McNeer tennis lie J. Lawson.
Roial on court has been connected with FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
Church of the Brethren million The couple took out a mar.
the part 15 yean In administration starting at I:JO p.m. missions in India since 1921,
Watch For Grand
field teaching In the Kulp nags license Tuesday at Opening
finance, public relations -< Compelling the committee In having served as I pastor and th'l l
and executive reprenenta. r RALTH J. ROSS Bible School for Laymen and, MRS. ROSA T. WELCH addition to McNeer are Mayor aa principal of the boys school Ventura County Courthouse
tlon In the Polk County building acting as matron and counselor James Telford ind Commission. st Hands and later a superintendent
Industry ai qualifications for go directly to the people for of the Waha Training Center : era Alvin Decker, Sam DiYlto ftf 17 elementary and
the post support. for girls Nursing ExamsTo and Richard Brumbaugh. high schools in that country He
A Florida native, Roast was, Rossi said that I main objective A member of the Disciplesof John Crisp Funeral Home
former executive director of ) as the successful candidate Christ Church, Mrs. Welch : Be In April
the Polk County Homebuilderi for assessor would be graduated from the Southern
Association and previously an to help establish a more stable Christian Institute (now known I Licensing examinations for Tampa Wholesale Plumbing: & Supply 201 First Street, South
executive In finance.He tax climate for new and existIng graduated from the Southern Florida professional nurses will Of Winter Haven .
lives on Woodland Ave. In I Industry. Rossi said that 1 Christian Institute (now known be given by the State Boardof Winter Haven, Florida
Lakeland with his wife Gen total of 30,000 new productive aa Mount Beulah Christian Nursing on Apprll 14 and 15 Headquarters for Alt Types Pipes, Velvet i Fittings
jobs must be generated in the Center) Edwards Miss. She and for practical nurses on CRANE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIIUTOR
and three sons Jimmy, 10; AIM' CompItU (took if !'..mp., Plumbln, phone 2944141RADIO
Randy, I; and Bobble 1. I next 10 years If Polk if to progress liter studied with Alexander I April U and 17 In Jackson Mtehtnlul' a 'Induitrlll Suppllti
He is a member of the Florida I at the present growth Nakutln at Kimball Hall In ville. WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES
Society of Association Executives rate. Chicago and with B. Fred Wise 1 Completed applications must 4th St. A A*. L, N.W. .. L.'. Slim k.HM leIs .,... iMlrert, DISPATCHED AMBULANCE
American Society of! "The present hodgepodge of eminent teacher at the American be filled with the board no CALL COLLECT 24-4247 WINTER HAVEN
Association Executives Lakeland tax evaluation is what keeps Conservatory of Music. She I liter than March IT. I
Chamber of Commerce, industry out of Polk County. has also done special work in
Lakeland Jr. Chamber of Commerce I"Industry needs assurance of religious education at the Univerilty -
Elks Club Lakeland what the evaluation will be over of Chicago.
Moose Club and la an Air Force a number of years before investing Mrs. Welch has traveled What don't know about \.
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veteran of World War H. heavily in an Irea. around the world aa i mezzo you .
Roast, in his first attempt for soprano aDd goodwill imhassa. I
public office came in third Infield GERMAN EXCHANGE dor and lecturer. She baa led
I of five for the seat of CHICAGO (UPI Frank D. the singing for many denom "Full Service Banks" '4
School Board District I. He Wiener and Herman Kraut exchanged Inatlooal groups in this country ,. j
has continued to be active in gifts Tuesday, Kraut including meetings of the
public affairs He did not actively giving some frankfurters to National Council of Churches
campaign In the school Wiener and Wiener giving some and other groups. She made i I could be
board race, but has stated that kraut to Kraut. good will tour for United costing you money
he win campaign full time for The National Kraut Packers Church Women and led the singIng -
the position of tax assessor and Association arranged the stunt. at the 14th World Convention -
of Christian Edusstloa in
Japan In 1958
SPECIAL TRAIN She was listed In the first i
edition of "Who's Who of American .
Women", and has an honorary .
re FLORIDA STATI fAIR and 6ASPARILLA PARADE .
degree of Doctor of Humane

T_,., Ftoriee Pebnery 10..W Letters from Eureka Col
lege. In 1852 the National Conference Recently: a teem d researchers knocked m 1TOO doors to uk people vhat
L. Winter H..... fill AM of Christians and Jew ,
they knew about banks. "FuU Service" banks, to be exact. Although l- .
Ar. Fsieieeeeda Hill AM of Des Moines, Iowa, gave her a ._,
Rtfvmlni an award for "Distingulshei\ 1 .. Urge majority' of the people In ails country use "Full Service" banks .; .o.
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Ar. Winter H.... 7120 PM erhood. yr .
I .. The survey turned up many surprising. responses.
Amltf hteliwiy' Irtffte, **nMt4 Wins $197,000LA *. "''
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COXUNA Spain (UPI) ," ,
teeWTrip led Pepe .. .144 Newspaper vender Basllio ...co'
A... tele AttaWee H ..I"....*. '.11 Lopes Mayo, 60, has won sir !
000 on the soccer! pools it was ....
Tlkte. M sale, at AOL ,..*"|*. Sullen announced todsy.He .

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TEACHERS HONORED-Teachers and adminlifrativ members of the Winter Ha. Body
van High School staff war honored by the high school Parnt-Tchtr-Stuclnt Auocla. Cord
tion at faculty appreciation night earlier! this wetlt. The heads of the various departments plus tax '
/ I at the high school explained the work being don In the various subjects and tn. I I II I I III 1 1I
troducad other teachers In their departmanti. Department heads attending the meeting lu IIII ilk II IIII
ware, from ,left, front row, Mrs. Ruth Conner, Mrs. Patricia Long, Mill Evelyn Hughes, II I'
Mrs. Imogen McConkey, Mrs. Ruth Wolfe, and Mrs. Elisabeth Soverni. Back row, Warren rfoBINYLONAIRiH
Wt hive H.Uifk Civic toe Harrell, Mrs. Sara Johnson, John Haygood, Miss Rebecca Waldrop, Chatter Mann,
y*.r iwitthtirt mi all fK..* William Livingston, William Johnson, and Rodney Padgett.
yea !I eve

I 1 Grandchildren. 113 3 Join Navy... One ReEnlists be highest The presented award percentage Friday.is scheduled of its quota.to I

Parents .
The Lakeland station recruiting
Wife Three local young men enlisted signed up with the Navy and area Includes Winter Haven
in the U. S. Navy and li presently undergoing recruit Lake Wales, Haines City, WHITEWALLS
Husband a fourth reenllited, the U. S. training at Great Lakes, 111. Bartow, Sebring, and Wauchula.
Children Navy Recruiting Branch Station John David Parker, Is receiving
33 Fire Calls WALLS
'. Grandparents In Lakeland reported today. his recruit training at f'I BLACK
San Diego Naval Base, Calif.
Lameraux
Richard Rogers Answered Here
He li the son of Mr. and Mrs. T" ll
W. "Invite, you t. vl.w Th.K.III.lrk .. Jr, ton of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. E. Parker, 927 Drexel Ave. TUBELESSTUBEDTYPE ? f rubber
for
Hill .f. Fame <. R. Lameraux, 241T Seventh St. NE, and is scheduled to attend In January thousands o,
eight *t 7:30 pi en channel l
SW, signed for hIs aecond
I., frtitnliiifl Ab Lincoln I.I In up one of the Navy's polaris mil The Winter Haven Fir De-
I )Illinon.ARCADE I !. enliitment in Jacksonville. He sile schools under the high partment answered' 33 calls
transferred the
to
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January 13 of the request -
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anlgnment.Lameraux Charleston had previously Also recruit receiving training hla basic trainIng fires,*Fir for Chief aid being Abner building Lewis BUY NOW! DON'T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING "LIMITED TIME" OFFER!
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at Great Lakes is Joe Allen reported today.
spent two yean of active duty Bryan, of Mr. and
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Grass and tree fire calls totaled TIRE-
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with the Naval Reserve at a Mrs W. W. Bryan, Rt. 1, box
seven, vehicles five, trash
::"I Gift Shop hospital corpsman. 400-B. He enlisted on Jan 28 four, and one each for mutual JICesfene NO LIMIT GUARANTEEIs .70.11 Tub.d-typ. Blackwall .14... '.00
Clinton Sylvester Brooke son at Jacksonville after applyingat aid, drink box, and rescue. On .70.1. TYb.d-typ. Whitewall .17.95 '.00
7.CMtrei Arcade IlcI of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brooks, .the recruiting station in -
1238 30th St. NW, recently false alarm was reported. honored by thousands and thousands of .70.11 Tubeless IIlaokwln a 17... '5.00
Lakeland Figures were not available' a* Firestone dealers and stores In the United States
'.00
The report also announcedthat to the value and loss at the and Canada..wherever travel .70.11 Tubeless Whitewall 20.95
the Lakeland Recruiting Villas Club and tha Birds Eye you .10.14 Tubeless IIlackwIl1 .17." '.00
I 110 For TIME and Station has won the "Bell building Damage to the Villas, FULL LIFETIME... GUARANTEE. .NO LIMIT ON MILES OR MONTHS .80.1. Tubeless Whitewall tao... -.00
limit.of. to wkiMmMf .nplKMMnlt an ponM 1ft Peed
Award" the aecond
DIAL for straight which
was completely destroyed ,..._
MO milwKlf n< rasa fitm InlurtM monad ttttt M pflctcw. *
I TEMPERATURE year, having enlisted 165 per Wit reported to be over (...r.p.xaae l .pvnctutM))tar M If*H ems*.4ju""nMnt Plus taxJust
cent of Its quota. The award $200,000. The value of other a<.of th ori|,ul tr....
courtesy is presented each year to the properties Involved during the \ .
I..HANGE NATIONAL IANK: Mfmber F D r.c station in the Florida and South month was $119,281 and the rev er.e r-lnMMW.i.,N.lne are A==ldse N B d- 1 Say Pay Weekly. 3. m
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Cagers Lose No. 15 II Cop Top HonorsIn For SEC Cage Teams Nets 52 Poing;


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By BOB BAVILAM Skiing Tests ATLANTA (UPI) -'Th* midweek morel, In 1962, Nash outscored Sets 4 Markf"
Sports Editor calm in the Southeastern Kessinger 22-21 and beat him
Unfortunately for the winter Haven High School basketball Conference will b* shattered for the season 23.8 W 11.4. Last
I team the second half of a cage contest la not the only one that k INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPISweden'l ) Friday and Saturday night when season, Kesslnger outscored MIAMI BEACH (UPI-Mi< counta-the locals outshot the Plant Panther by one point In : both the league and Individual Nash 27-22 In their meeting and forward Rick Barry poured'1n-
the final sinus last nigh but lost the game by a whopping margin veteran Slxten Jern: coring leads will b* tested. for the season 21.1 to 20.. 52 point Tuesday night to bruit .
of 21 points, 74-33. The tilt berg and Russian ichool
was played at the high school young There were no games iche Dick Mail of Louisiana Slate four university records and ai,,1
gymnasium.la teacher Claudia Boyarikikh : \uled Tuesday night or tonight holds third place la the scoring
winning, the Panthers moved 'tI added to their Winter Olympic and only one, non-league, game race with a 22.0 average. Ted the Hurricanes in easy 11T-9J.

back Into contention for points, senior center Rick Rob- laurels with new gold medals I Thursday night Cltmaon at Deoken of Kentucky Is fourthat victory over Jadtsonvlll' Uwver
honors In the Western Georgli.Frldsy. 20> and the roster lty.
runner-up erson adding 10. completes
I In skiing today while U. S : Louisiana State Miami officials said the performsnc .
night, the
of SEC players above 20
Conference. In league action In the free 1
throw column, the bobiledi trailed In four .
man will be at Georgia Tech and mark. wn highest leorinr
they stand 6-4, in all games 106. for Panthers put through 12 of 15 racing and a U. S, toboggan that winner will move into a Clyde Lee of Vanderbilt la ot the season by I single player

The Blue Devils are 1-10 In the Cot 15 80 of per cent Winte Haven staged a spectacular crash. I first place tie with the Jrd-rank. fifth at 1... and Dale Gott of In i major college fame.
conference and 3-15 overalLOnce I 25 for 60 per cent. ed Kentucky Wildcat Tulane, sixth at 18.4. Close behind Barry bettered his old one-'
the Blue Devils found Th Devllmen take on the M .1 lit v Jernberg, one of the world'sgreat The Wildcats will defend their Ire Jimmy Pitti of Georgia lame record of SO points igsiastBollins

the range, which was early In 1 Manatee Hurricane her Friday t_ "nsmes" In skiing but : lead Saturday night ai host to and A. W, Davis of Ten earUer this season, and'
the third quarter, they kept night. Saturday they journey supposedly over the hill at 34, Mississippi and that pace with the Tampa team until to Haloes City. showed the youngsters the way feature a duel between the two demon of Florida at 18.1. Danny points for I season with 148,
the final buzzer. But the i i The visitors also cam out on home In the longett of all Olym top scorers in the SEC Cot Schultz of Tennessee complete most field goals for a leifftt
Oevilmen took one completehalf I top in the junior varsity clash, pie races, tilt men'i SO-kilometer 'I ton Nash of Kentucky and the the top 10 with hli 17.7 aver with 230, and mOlt free throw*;
42.34
Scoring for the home Rebels' Donnie Kesslnger. for I season, Itt.
to warm up. I (31-mile) crou-country ik i aie.
team was: Ed Misters IS, Nash fattened his scoring
Scoring only two field goals race to pace a 1.2 Swedish fin.
I Richard Park 6, Mike Dlx and I tal .
when he
lead Monday night
the Winter
the first
in period Ish. It was the third Olympic
Leon
Haven five dropped behind 1S-.. I Msliano 4 each, and Bobby title -of his career i lied 33 points against Georgia
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fly.1I11.sed 700th
Kentuck,
Getting one FG in the second Mrs. Boyarikikh, 24, became 1 In whit wn
17 free throw shots. \
quarter and five charity tosses, r a double gold medal winner of win under Adolph Rupp The
they trailed Plant 35-13 at in ITUISTICI the current games by leading a 6-foot-5 senior it now averaging.
termission. whip, saves I g It p( ep ;L 1-34 Soviet finish In the wom.en' 26.9 points, highest SEC average
this late In the season since / _
The first half wn one of the Don CorbittGary 0 flve-kilometer rollcoun'tr
Bailey Howell of Mississippi
most disappointing the Devili MrDan'el' 1 1 0 )' ikl. \
have played this year and was Bobby Down. I I 1 I In four-man bobsledding, Victor State averaged 27.5 five rears
reminiscent of games earlier in Rick Rob.r.oa I 4 4 10 of Montreal Canada ago.
Buddy Emery ,
Rogers 4 I I Kesslnger, who his moved at
the season. I Mike Page 5115 piloted a llghtblue Canadian PREFERRED BLENDED WHISKIY *<* \
his four
Possibly a week layoff hurt Gordnn Cnppage 5 I 0 e lied into the halfway lead I 31.5 pace over put QQ
the locals, but a Plant full court Georg. DUIa 101 games, li close on Nath'i hceli Fleischmann's *0.0 nth
Rick bcltl'lOll 4 11 0 11 of the two-day competition with with a 25.3 average. /
most of the first \ _
during
press I a total Urn of 2:08.81 for to.dlY' been b.tUin.tooth.ndnall .
half did Dot help matters in the Totals' 1111 5 two heats. The aces have 3 for 11.44 i iDewar's
TERRY LANIER DRIVES-Plant High School's Terry for three seasonsIn ,
least Losing the ball time and With the final two heats
Pled ,
gala to the Panthers, this, plus k s0 ,1 1'1 r Lan'sr (13U.) candidate for til-conference honors, drives scheduled Thursday, the No. :1 their irst meeting, aa sopho- \ !
81a. Ionia 5 0 1 White / LL
the visitor's crafty rebounding, at.wart Llpp Ii 0 1 for the ballet lilt night during! action 'gainst the Winter U. S. sled piloted by Bill Hick. $
provided the winning margin. Marty Wau.raoa 1 3 I Haven Blue DI ill. Guarding lanier, who popped In 22 ,. ey of Keene, N. Y., wsa In Scotch 0.00 lrt
About the only bright spot In Gorge. Olo.do Hleke 1032 1 1 4 3Genrf. points, It Devil sophomore guard Rick Anderson who fifth place but still In good position BOWLINGINDUBTBUL Label \

the Devfl showing was the playof Jim Readee I I 1 11 scored I 13 points hima.lf.Midgets I to challenge for a medal,
Junior center Buddy Rogers.! Mike Hart I 4 710 trailing the tecond-place Italian tEAOUBPelota EXTRA DRY 90*
Seeing little action up until last Terry I.nler. 10 1 I 51Desnl. $3,49 \
tied of Eugenlo (Red Top) Mon. It.
Roble 0 e 1 e Hob Nob It Gin
nlght'a game, he netted nine Girl U by only a halfiecond. The' Pin. Gardena Bar IT Schenley .
points. Sophomore guard Rick I 'I'otal. 'ii"ii'i'i'"T. Grapplers No. 1 U. S. sled driven by Larry I Cyprus Gardrna Laotl M
Anderson retained his position "'1.". ..". .. t-1044-.51 McKillip of Siniric Lake, I Ray'I Restaurant 14Crowaon 3 for ".!S

sa leading Devil corer with 13, 1'.... I..lt-lt-- I N. Y., was seventh, another Imperial Printing Florida;Oil !:I S i !i
tenth-of.a-iecond behind. Anchor liar :M I Head Local Mat CardThe Emery, who now thinks "with till Cochran Hall Buick Insurance 34 22 OLD KENTUCKY TAVERN II .OY ErhjXj !i
a little bit of luck" he can win Allentown Paint 30Klolia
Cinada'i first gold medal of the or ve. Aun. II Old Style SewGLENMORE Math. '

64 MERCURYMAXIMUM second week of profeitlonal -!I unpopular tag team duo of Duke games Thursday, paced the }Lake....Rfilon prrnratora Bank IIOypraM 1* OLD ." .. ., *.77AAwJSS
wresting will be held Keomuka and Hlro Matauda. field through the first heat with Gardena Inn 11 3 D1|
1 Havana, Cuba native, Pedro the da,'* beat run, 1:02.99: and HAH Pharmacy 13 :ii
Saturday night at the National Godoy, will meet the aensa added 1:03: .82 on the second fora Porter Allentown Paint Paint 4 in Mil II Bill $4.29J
Guard Armory In Winter Haven tlonal Tim Woods In the opening halfway total of 0611.: Clark.lt 1M Nathan )!rOulr. Ml GUCKENHEIMER . :. Full 9t
at 1.30: p.m. event of the night. Montr sled had 207.50: then ".. Pins Gardens Bar 4 1029 M75 for 11.tt
Erwin Thaler of Austria John Alexander Bin, lane Glm.onsos.
Southern heavyweight champion Advance tickets are now On came .
Bob Orton will take on the ul at Tony'i Pharmacy at 2:07.11: Franz Schelle o< Cor- Anchor Bur 1 tOIl Wl Jim PIT- 10-YEAR IOURION -\r
challenge of Don Curtis In a Admission for ringside li t S2 many 2:07.71: Hickey 2.0801: rutty :lilt 4WI va <',p"'.' Gardena $ 49
1 of ) falls championship event. and general admission is $1.SO, world champion Sergio Zardla Ijn.l ronra 139 I (71.11110 3934 CharUl Law. Old Hickory . V4. Srt''

The 261 pound Orton li from : Children six to 12 ar* admitted of Italy 2.08.05: and McKllllp Ra,'. RMIaurant. t 1120 8118 Rob 12.u1
1 Kansai City, Mo. and just recently I for only SO eenti. 2:0805. Prom 144 Ed Canaran to* ... EloIn 3 for
LUXURY I PERFORMANCE STAR defeated Eddie Graham I Ushers will be on hand at the Mickey was fourth after the for the title. I armory to handle the ringside first heat In 1:03: 00, then Imperial Kla OH 4 1054 mil STRAIGHTYR.. OLD BOURBON
AT A I OF THE MEDIUM. A mixed tag team match of reserved teats.CONTRACT dropped to fifth with 104.11: Hu"ard Green 907 John Allen Ml
MEDIUM PRICEPRICE/ | FIELD! which he tilled "a lousy run," "'. Porter Paint 4 inn: 2Mt Ed 1 *
will add $3.69
i # midgets and girls even I In the second. Kn.pp 191 Jark Hill 110. ; .Old. 3 6W TanHickory
more thrills and excitement to. TO BE LET Hob Nob I ION SIM IXM '.n"... /.I: %
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-- ,. 'II the night' of wrcnllnf. ST. LOUIS (UPI) The contract : IB tebiffinlnf, one of the 10. She ... H H Pharmacy 0
r t. or
sop Lovely little Jean Anton will for construction of St most dangerous of Olympic Ml Crown M25" Print nmrra. Prrrv. 1060 3911 IIS: Hnrrr IW.. $4.59 MI or.. 3 fa "JI '
:
team with Frenchy Semard togo Louis' new sports atidlum will sports, the U. S. sled of RonnieD. Coulter *U 655/ .... nil Hall TO
PREMIER MOTORS Inc. against Ann Regan and Chi- be let about May 1. Walters of Garden Grove, Rulck I 1017 M3: Bob dllbort Sll
lei It It .
53* W
Calif., and Jim Higgins of San
Santana. This will mark the In addition
co to the 50,000 teat
CypivM Gardens Inn I 10411 >D5(
124 THUD STUtT, s.w. first appearance In Winter Haven stadium, which will replace Gabriel, Calif., slammed Into Joe r.mph ll ill Charles Mnnla MacGREO
J of any of these wrestlers Busch Stadium, the contract an Ice wall, careened off the r>a Va 481 .... Haven DaroratnraI CLAN R SCOTCH \
and crashed In cloudof I 2867 George aorr.nl.
Eddie Graham and Jerry London calls for an adjacent nlne-itor course, a ::2.1001 1MRnwlrr
will Join force to meet the parking garage. flying mow. of the w..111: Ed Canavat
Neither was seriously hurt. 17* with handicap.
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... CYPRESS TIRE CO. INC.ON Phoenix Open TRAVEL LEAOCRw,. LBnwiTani o

On As PlannedPHOENIX Plants rA.... 7t 10"I..hl.n"
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THE LAKE ALFRED ROAD Aril. (UPI) IUd,. '..n.Unn. 10,. 11 1ft PATHWAY PACKAGELIQUORS |
The finest golfing field of the t.la'a Bunlani Peat la 111rvpron
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING PHONE CY 4-3161 IBM pro tour season nay tee OaHi-na. Lan. 11. iWnm'i .
off In the $50,000 Phoenix Open "es" nTtlilr.
S t nra 4 (41 MAT Hill Whit. g
YOUR B. F. Thursday despite all the jnr B.4 vs riant.r T,an., o tit:
problems caused by a conflict JIM Fred ('""no.. 130 IAI.rvp .
GOODRICHDISTRIBUTOR TIRE CO. between the sponsors and the ..H nardona Uinaa I IMMM Ml SIXTH ST.. N.W. PHONE 23.10S6\
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Cv wwtS Jock Oarrvtt rn BOO lII..h.I.n" r .
i 'rofesilonal Golfers AssoclsUon. tan.. I 174 75S7 Henry Rna.. AMYl PriM ...d n,. ...,.." Ith
ar :Sol Jim Ixiva MlBnwlIjinl .
Indications now an that the I P12 j.sj ..)(. Wnllla9t WI IUVII \
\ Tom Andcrpim 6 7. partnwnf
HOURS >GA bu regrouped most of Its < I 111 3W2 Hank Moon 24t
stars and they'll be on deck, W.Wrmr"t. Y
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"e W/h'///h'/Z
t 1101 M21 Earl
usual, to light It out.
at
7:30 A.M. Till r- Wraror It Don Junk (4*.
Defending champion Arnold
JOHN RATIOS 5:30 P.M.PCANTBEATTHIS. -- -'
x- Palmer, his arch rival Jack == ==
flckliui, Jay and Lionel Heart
Don January, Tony Lema

hand.and most There of the alto rest la will a be belief on This Is The Car That Was Driven

that Gary Player, who hn
pent the winter In his native I IIii

compete.South Africa, will show up to 100,000 Grueling Test Miles

National Open champion Julius II
Bolos wn trilled to a Loa
Angeles Airport and changed
his ticket from New York to

.on I a complete I I set of I qualityB.F.Goodrich Phoenix. er"Mkv.a. I


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3 WINTER YOU CAN GET THIS RED HOT NEW I

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4'118. r ngriarormudsnow HAVEN COMET 202"WITH



FRESH NEW BEAUTY AND ELEGANT STYLING
GIRLS .

treads! [1] AND COMET 202" A LOT LESS THAN

Delivered,, In Winter Haven Fully ,

'tpauupthisgreatsp. tIlE UJW PRICE fOR nn ALL THESE CARS: MIDGETS Equipped Radio, Heater, etc. $21 0 0

M411B'a.95: 3riRi: S3. .nut Drive Our Way & Deal Your Way. .
ANN RS.AHSOUTHERN
BDRM(7".l' (10 a l5;0.00 s 14; 'f'

treads on sound tire bodies* .ijiMgt: fAB SITFS' U.IUU': CHAMPIONS I PREMIER MOTORS INC.YOUR I
Ct 11IIII
L 011 your.own Urea Bukk' OS"'U Uncoln '56-'63zan1N IOR ORTON .
r alDOIPBITlM'; .Cad .* '57.'U Wereury 'S6--63 .
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tread dttfn'f.MIf! : )\ChQtler'S6-'U Odemob"'Wil. LINCOLN-MERCURY-COMET DEALER FOR LAKE REGION AREA
1 J.UO. 13 0.00111"Ull IS '6).WHTtWALLSAlIiI..dd DON CURTIS
"'.Goodrich tirtll' (I"s a : ? hntIae 2M04J1.ane
J24 THIRD ST. S.W.
TICKITf NOW ON SAL
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(I) Announcements ((4)) Lost & Found ((8)) Automotive I (I I-AJ) For Rent Unf. ((13)) Real Estate For Sal ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

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TheBarefoot LOST A navyblua port Co*tIOm..he. FOR RENT WITH OPTION' TO IDYLRIDGE VIEW
For
_, .. abel eat SIb StreeReward BUT l-Bedroom, l-b..th bouM Lakefront
offend Call CT 14627. CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST with OB bullt-lna. (8000 pr .- Home
J.I month I plIed againstdown
HOUSE
OPEN
Gal! pI.nt'1..,: BUILD55)15 .
; I. Wt-UM. llTFlBEDROOM

Nudl Thongs ((5)) House Trailers LOCAL SERVICE. duplex, tile bath Flo. $9,950Out & Income

rIde room, duetto, kitchen Newly'
at decorattd. IWOO. CY S-tm 446Ttk Havendale Blvd. Turn Delightful view of Lake Eloine
FOR SALE: 10' /W 1941 Pathflnd It.. NE.: 29-4 right list St. or Airport Roadto from this lovely home
Front kitchen bedroom 4710 and income
New Tampa Highway I..nhclandFlorida. SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME lit paved road on left, or property CaU ui now to

uJtlcr'A 15-Feb. ((12)) For Rent Furn. uU tee this Southeast duplex.

1MJ TRAVEL Trailer ir, .leeps.
MTU
CALL CT
.elf contained MoM Mil. MRaffertx '. TODAY -
UM= New Tamp 14wy., 30(
COTTAGE SHOP t ..-- BEAUTIFUL I n bedroom bom
Lakeland 503-2257. 4-10 Adult*. Everythlnf: furnlahed 8ea
aonaL Olher rental ATKINS. : ;
Gardeni Road d :
60
Cypresi
: FULL REAL ESTATE" SERVICE
PELtING, I till I line 01
NOW Beautiful
VACUUM CLEANERPARTS
Open ( AM. 'til 7 P.M. SKYLINE MOBILE HOME Painting Papering CY Mill. 17Fb li N"4316S'

SPECIAL THIS WEEK. Now 1M4 ROOM FOR RENT with print
60 I W wide, I37MOO PALM Bill Ward'sSpecial RepairingL ntnne and prlr.t bath CloneIn. WARREN SEtKc-L; : he"I'ot
SHORE: MOBILE VILLAGE. Rt. .2 SERVICE) for Klrby. CY 4-2M2. 4-TF
Associates
art of Lake Alfred. 10-t Hoover Electrolui: and all ouV Garden Eve. Ph.
ir. Frat pickup, delivery and estImates J. MCCOY Quality work- W. H. McReynoldi CY 13SOS
FOR SALB-Tmtwood IS ft. alumInum REYNOLDS VACUUM manahlp rut clean and raoaabl > I-BEDROOV kmiM furnlabcd MlAT Helen Whltley CY laos
trailer Inaulated with CLEANER SERVICE.: Phone ., u NE.' tt-rr
I camp
44FOItSALE 1959 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF CY *. Phon. CT' l-USv. Ul 41* Wilma M. Hudson CY 17522
Special! new U.... 7 6 17th Bt, NW. HWM. ,Ml Grove
4 Door, radio, heater automitlc Strait Jaa-Phyl VUlaw. IT-IT ONE! Newly Decorated tul'lllabtd.p.rtm.n. Ken Bloemendaal CYJwaBKICK
IBM Aluminum 211' .*. Ill AVCBUI B SB
WAVE hou. tr.ll,. CY &16. M tranimliaion, sir DAY NURSERYHAPPY CV HOOt 17-TF
COLD condition, whitewall tlrei DAILY harIIDIG Just i half mile East of Cypress .a-

sharp car, gray and white. OATS tRIPLES ROOM with bath for rent Ladyor Gardens on State Road
& Storage working flrt CY W326. 10iruRNISHED
Moving
((5-A)
$10.00 TIME NURSERY MI ru LOW con MO. Many new models now A horn of prutlii and dignity' Ei-

'LOOK $1,195 430 CY Av.M2I7. C SB SZKV1CK DUMCCTOMf garage partment ready for your admiration cellent condition. One owner prop

IMPERIAL MOVING A STORACR. OUR MOTTO ground Oats. CY floor MTS2.Quiet Near North 4-1 Drive out today and ice these .rt,. Upper liens. Inr ctloa In-
Prompt and efficient nrvlc tall Tender Love Car new two and three bedroom vlted. otter wanted Hill\ take
Bob Sims your novlnf need Call PinckneyOldsmobile JS-TF small house a* down payment 1
CY M1M for fre atlmate HEARING AIDS LAKE ALFRED lOins clean Medallion hornet In beautiful
"Styled Especially for You" Agents for Atlas Van Unea, I.... large apartment 170.00 month for Garden Grove.JOHN Garage apartment rear of lot
Out of Stale
I adult: IncludM all utllltlH and owner.
COUNTRY CLUB servIng all 60 atatea. 14-T
UM of laundry bou*. FR .-..81. Ill Los. D, !ill
JACK 4 JUJ NURSERY
BEAUTY SALON POLK HEARING CENTER: 18-TF G. WOOD
Used Car 'Lot Montb I YII,. I1.Tr
iSiS Dundee Rd. CY 31639 ((6)[ ) Special Services Monday thru Saturday Cok.r Bldf. H IrS .... NTTPhon '
Corner of 3rd St st the 131 AT*, C I." M8-1691 l-BEDROOM with Florid mom & ASSOC. Inc.
2611 furnlahed 7M 17tk St NW. ,
CY 1-1663 Partly CLEAN l-bedroom Ranch Encol-
water tower. SALES SERVICE: Immediate occupancy. 4-1 DEVELOPERSBUILDERSFbone lent for retired. northern couple
CUSTOM MADE DRAPES!: AND Phone CT 1-7M7 S-TF REPAIRS ZtHSl1 ZlH33I Good lI.hlnr. 1I.1J W. lake Ca...
CLOCK KEPAIMAntlou ALTERATIONS Blind itltchemodern BATTERIES4TT non. Winter H.YOn.
>>I

&ntred* for and 12m :n'ih.oCr;!\ ; _NW CY equipment I-7U. Mr BOlO*. Hickory Edna: .5- Repairs Alterations I 1-10

DELIVERY. M T. Oreen 1336 Bchoaeer. 24-Feb 21 ItKI OPFL. If you want cheap op- B EXCLUSIVE 4%% LOAN
B from I:00 p m.
N
Falrfan Open la TELEVISION REPAIRS
eratingtranaportatlon, thla' It.
5(0)*.p CY m. 1-6293.weekday AU dv J7-Fob.weekend 26- EVA SERVICE THOMPSON, BOOKKEF.PINI1 Tax, I'hunsCV fill 00 DUI N. 'Lake Silver D,. ALTERATIONS. REPAIRS RENTALS BRAND SUN NEW ACRES HOMES Nice family borne I BR,

4.iIIO. l1in Lvi, F NLM.. CY 4-3CW2.: 5-11 Florid Room Aluminum Dt.. I CB, attic fan, well & pump,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ---.. -I JORDAN TV SALES!: ft SERVICE t bedroom turn home, lit
SPEEDOMETER Tachometer count Sales Co. Inc. CY W594 I Bedroom 1U" bath. fenced backyard. 2931 WALMT .
NORTH OATS BHOPFINaCENTER nice
INCOME: TAX SERVICE R.. Complete service and new cable 231 8th It, IW. 11-Feb. U I Fumlahed apartment I I .bed- I Bedroom 1 bth Sun Arm. ST., BILTMORE SHORES
S turn prepared my office o' L A J Servlc 166 bUs St., 8W Phon 9M60a rooma. Low down payment monthly Priced for quick tale at. ,
3lr ( J./y .
home by ppnln 1-TF
In
your, or your CY 4-42M payment
FASTEST TV BERVJCB IN SOUTH
11700.
m.nt. 1300 up Phone S72-1049 "I' WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL Monthly paymt only
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BY OWNER 1961 Pont lac Bonnevllle .-11 t I bedroom home __._ 1100 Call Jerry lI.rdl. CY .1218 n" $63 mo. inc. taxei It Insurance
.5 ----- INCOME TAX RETURNS MAD Air conditioned, FB, PSLlka I I bedroom S bath home Fl*. Dan Wlnl.n cr ....1423.Tr
File early for quirk refund H. E. new Call CY 1-4761 4-10 room ..... |98I
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Qtallff W.,.h sad'! Pollard 741 Carroll Av.. Phon ILJJL. i--r mi .1 i ii EDNA WATSONREALTOR
CHAIRS for rent AIMHoBjillal AUTO SERVICE t bedroom ViE |7IEl
ONLY DOW
......" top* CY 1-3721 M-Feb IWitI.r Ml T-B1RD Fully equipped New Bed, Crutchea, Walk- IM
.. .
tires 293-8163 after I p m. M era, commode Godfrey Rental!, MOT rIght la and um small
Haven Drtftlnf Co. CY 1-341L 175 Av. A. NW 1.-TF monthly payment New I bedroom
I2S SIb St NW CT 4-4141
17Feb. 17 AU types Commercial 4 with terraato noon oil furnace .
BEASLEY REALTY
DODQBAuthnrlied
CO.
S Realdentlal drafting ((9)) Business Opportunity Fctnry Senrle On No quallfvlnf ncaaryctd Lu-
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS I Batlefactloa Guaranteed ALUMINUM Chryilet Plymouth eUncer M4 Mb It, Jr" I at 131 E Hoffman Street -1-
_IH7 Drawn Bldf. CY 4-1471: eVallant CY U7IJ M CY mis Lake Alfred T* inspect rill
i Mentmxa( Tuesday I'II P.M. I-Tr FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS ll-TF Meat B. Cury CI M5M

: County Health DopsrtmeMrd Pick Camp Retort. ... _Cabin___, ,000General 931 Sixth flj, SW J9M101 I 127 Third Street gW. 10-TF IF YOU
160 fumed'
| 81 and Ave D, KW WAREHOUSE/8TORAB: SPACES Liquor SCREEN ENCLOSURE AWN- FOUR mom UpstaIrs don't haft much cash but your
17
r P.O. Bol lOll Unite, II'; i 33 110 00 month INC8 ALUMINUM DISCOUNT 17-Feb. apartment, allIS fan carport., l-BEDROOM: 1-bath quality built credit I. food A you want a horns
11' a at 11260 month Winter Ha'in Store.. Bldf.Inventory ...._, $35.55 ALES CO INC. CY I-MM 231 private entrance, walking dlataac horn (or sale l by .....". Call In the BE within ( block' of all
Boat Btoraf 42nd Street. NW. Ills St, 8W. ll-Feb. 12 to downtown araa utllltle furnished M3-OS1I after < 10 p.... Per appointment. "achool If you want I specious
Instructions CY 1-4292. 17 Feb II UPHOLSTERING 'all 2I4-10M or *e* at 212 ll- bedroom with cedar lined cloeeta
(J-AJ}l. Trailer Park A Fink
Ave A. Sit:. 44
Camp .......... ..........___ (30000 luKurlou parquet floor If you
have dreamed the
QUALITY CLEAN CARS of eoilnee of a
((6-A) Animals & Supplies FURNISHED mom air Condi- BRAND NEWS real brick fireplace In your own
Loral l Live Bait Builneai. FINE CPHOI.STERINO EXPERT -
all of bualnim eounei, tinned, adjacent bath til Ave
FOR majortna'typos In Secretarial( AccounthmsjTypne Fartnenhlp .. ..... .. ........ ....... IMO REFlNISHINa Complete F. NE.' : 17FURNISHED knotty pins paneled living ........
fabrlo) election WOLF'S UPHOLSTERY bedroom 1 bath home. Then bring your furniture your
IBM keypunch call 'CASK FOR YOUR CAR Bank financing ,
|WINTER; HAVEN: iNOOLLEGIC. AKC Refliterad 4 Red Darhehunpupplea Gift Shop Bldf ft Hones "',110O RAM AUTO SALES Ml SHOP J14 Arenu A Rental Seasonal Built,In ranee all electric. 1m credit 1340: .00 cask and |N 00 m*.'
194-I1M, or com by of- ., Have temporary .hot. SrI BI.. 8W. :I8 -11I7', l-Fb. ( BB. CY 1-3710 t year round ATHERTONRKALtY. total A call for appt. IsSuprlna *e .
26 aol wormed T week old C'l7 T.'n. EquIpmentSale., DayNlfht21Feb.. U Ml W. Central", CY4IK4. mediate occupancy. $300 Down CY 37211.CE 104
'Th.9 A.enue B, NW. 3Feb 2f. IBASSETT -. |M 00 a day ..............._,. .... II600 I-TF S69 M per month.
TELEVISION SERVICE house. .-' l-batb, ran*.

((2)). Help Wanted HOUND -pupple' AltCExlrrmely 4-COP Liquor Llcenie '__ W500 '--- --- -- Piano Tuning & Repair I FOR rurnlehed RENT: or New unfurnished.l-bedroom bow Call 1-T Call .JerryMardii CY 41218 or lly room equipped carpeted kitchen L.R, carport, com.Selely *,.

handaom Halnee CII, rlve-In Ronlaurant CY 4-1M1. lot Many 1301 Ave. fF.
RA 1-1711 ..10 Sam owner 10 yr. .,.,.... tit.HODodern STARLrrn DAN WINTERS NW. CY U6IL extra 11..:
TELEVISION SERVICE!: ON EAGLE LAKE l-bedroom block
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Experienced" iraduat technician.ntl.fnrllon CY 1133
and board fiirnlehed plus ( Draaa Shop, IneL -D.y ft Nit TV BrrvlceM aurnted FRRRI bnua. water furnlxhed CrystalPoach
110 RMM Ot salary per week White woman ((7)) To Buy or Trade Inventory .. .. .. ....... ... 11000 2nd St, SW CY I-SSS7 ESTIMATES For appointment nrtvUece 111.W ."kZFURNISHED 4TF I A I BR.I1 CB DOWN Home SeveraL ;
around 40 year old Slnnle.Plion Open I 4.M." F,M. phunu 2M-I895. Donald R. Jowe CY WML I CHARLES McCOMIC.
CY 1-6488. 6ul Av*. O, NE MN TOMAS sYrwLruwu Ml 86th 8t.. NW. 37-Feb. 25wuu Reg. Broker
UNFURNISHED
s-id or FOR BALE: Kin Rant Ana :2(12641m
wa Refletcred A BasdrdReal
WB BUY need apptunc*" and fur- EFFICIENCIES and 1H BEDROOMS Modern I bedroom homes M
OPEN W WINTER HAVEN allure and w* ell used appllano- relate BrokerEvelni : : Nice lam airy rooms 0. .e IV Down $JO per month ;
Eitabllahed aU .whit life Inauranc. M and furniture Brooici' Applianceft P.... 101-4660 11"11 ConvenMitlr located; In Old Postal CT 1-0011. VTF I DOWN PAYMENT l-bed.
dtbM ...n",. No sxp.rlnncs required Furnltur 2951 Havendala Blvd Articles For Sale BuIlding Call CT MSH or CYMIST. room. Inwood atctloa. CY I-MO
week. II while week tralnln-training Quallflcttlonir 111 00- I-TF Bond.d by Consolldats In. Sere S3.TF ((10)) ((10)) Articles For Sale MT LOVELY !.AKOIII Bedroom SpanUh H-Feb. T

per married, 14 to 40. Call! LOVELY l-bedroom partmimt Type home Cypreaa Gar- j
age I EW modern 2-beiIroom retirement -
dIstrict: offlc In Lakeland Ml U ((7-A) Industrial Equipment FOR BAtR BndV Shop, 'Equipment electric kitchen, celled bet Tour- dens Are*. Florida Room Central home Cloea-ln 634 Av*. CtOE. I
:l-64M between $00 a.rn. and 7 00p.mJI.nd.y ) With loom, Phon ..uburndal. FOR BASY.: quick carpet cleaning WELL. DRILLING rIg on .h..1 loll Welcome IM lib St, SB. (.TlBEDROOM Hat 111.600 CY MOM.) U-TF ] 111.200.: CY t-4366. 12-Feb it
through Friday t-1 1* WO -1530.. 30-tf rent Electric Shampooer only trailer Will drive full 21' Joint ofpip.
100 per day of .. 2(10' Drill pip. .n. driver for furnlahed house oa
FOOD and COCKTAIL ...111'0') JOHN BEAN HIGH PRESSURE MOTEL II unit, I year old. Hue Luatr John lhBo':: dha Hard 1W.' pipe. 1 driver 1' pip, I drill Ith St In Eloiee.: |ll.71 weekly 135 Palm Dr. FLAY GOLF
Mutt be match d dependable. (HAND SPRAY MCH 66GPM 170000 116.0(10 down Beet Location .al'l M bit. for I' deep well All equipment CY I-460S. S04 1?.ry handy when you lIve al
Apply In poison between I OO p.m.. Ben Royal pump. 600 Qal wooden In Winter H...... CY Hm.a.Tr. for drllllnt ready to MMIJOOOO $8,500 Ito AVENUE: H. NE.
100 ,.m. or 100: pm-1000 pm. tank, Praacott Opry Boom w/funa. S ROOMS of fine furniture Tabs : c..h. Reaaon for eelllna, ROOMS A APARTMENTS I few MEDALLION HOME: with Iwdroom
Sundowa Raitauranl Ird St. Ave Hoae w/.un.. Jet filler attach over payment of 1511 per week pereonal CY I-MI after I 10 p m Downtown. Week or month Very *. m bath AU electrlaltchen
K SW. *-11 ment. 11300 00. 4' John Deer Kllll cludlnarefrljerator. ft raves week nave Saturday afternoon nice Reaonbl CY 4-1MS I4-TF $300 DownCheck !,: eelllnf heat, larr rearcreened
fer dim on wheel. Hydraullcallyoperated I I(10)) Articles For Sale I 1.lkI new Warehoue Furnltur and all day Sunday 10-5 porch. Sodded front lawn
27' blade*. "50.00. I' Pale.. U Ith St. NW. ..10 l-BEDROOM electric kitchen eicellrnt this terrific buy very .rlth underfround Irrigation. large
Exchange Hours For Cash ACM 10 harrow for ilrlpplni 138 on AUDIVOX HearIng Aid men.ty '. condition and location Carport roomy I bedroom' (pouible 8' I IM lot Prlc only 116600
12 EZE flow apreader 130900: 120 OIlED REFRIGERATORS I ( an.slv Is. Very reasonable. *. water furnlahed. la EairleLake. 4) spacious: screened porch j MW down and w. pay closing.
John Der orchard tractor on fuel EEDLESS top soIl '1000. Put 1 Rnnire Washer Dry." Phon. 291-I03S. t-, W3-1SIH. 4-7 with bullt-la' barl>ocu. air tonI:oat
Opportunity for (3)) women to Full hvdraullo. 12000 00. m Model MocK Him. Clay 11000 I yard Freesera TV Set Stereo ditioner extra storage build- orrv rmjir, 11. i P.M.BARRIMTONNABY .
make good money In a busi- John Deer orchard tractor Full In.d. Tree Pulllni, Land clearlrf Air Conditioner Rncondt- RUBBER: STAMPS Far chock Inf at rear of lot payments INC.
their own. Start earning Hydraulic, 1120000: 293-1561, 29-11 radlnf CY S-O6I4 anytime. 10-10 tInned fully guarantied Term endorsement signature ((12-C) Mortgage LoansIlr. 14174 plua taxe d'l l Ineuranre If I 27 Third Bt, SW :JSWM1II10TF
Dell of From K: m ft Up. JOHNSON other purpon alto datlni you qualify anowa by appoinimost. -
at once representing AVON.' FRIGIDAIRE 40" electHo ranen, PITANCR8 Lake Alfred tamp seals pocket .

((8)) Automotive 1iI.OO.er:, 1X00 Frtirldalr Dlnett automatic set, formic waeh-Ia.hI. > Phone 173-1131 Nltel 1721(40OLLAWAY I..TJ'. t-npa STAR PRESS phone CY .................. 1
1395 4-1238 111 Av NW. .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUYou've !
Write P.O. Box or and I chair, 126 on II' Hairy A. TI .
mower with I HP BAB IX).00. I Foils Like OurMortgage 5
can 682-4137 lakeland i Doihln bed with box aprlnn, food BEDS Baby Bed HOTPOINT electric slnu40", Ilr. a SftIALTY Asked |
rendItion, Ill 00. Bedroom ulte In Hlirhchalr Chain Sawanor puahbuttnn deep welt U very Loans :
nod condition 140 00 in Palm Poltaher V. DO IT rood condition 293-7381: >>I
For This
1-7
Drive or CY M4M after I 10 p.m. RENTALS 2 OI .... O. NW. JS-TF
4-10 OXYOEN tank WII--; nod there'i a reaion .
NEED WOMEN for telephone *ollcltlnf I n.ooa Sample. Sot**. chain lablea mink Aid In heart n nlmnrv cLue .Acozyhomejustl E
Must hu. pl.a..nt vo c.,. I' Pe Sectional and two armchair Inmri. etc II no uP. pall.nla. Reaaonabl. 293-W3I. 1-, s wide Variety of money ZM-KS4 i > =
eonveraatlonalUU Call 3tHI7I *. two J'I .. DM lOtCall v..r ,- "',.... "* FUrniture Sr' aourcei FHA and blocks with to A ft P Su-
food ... CY .31111 and CY I-IMO 4-TF II Ilk St., HI\'. .0 USED TT SETS A* I* Tab. VA mortgage< money ....... C One* Alberto*, ftealter per Market Cloie, :S

EXPERIENCED or unMperlenced your pick 11000 each Jnhnenn available Savings and 06- to everything! 2 bedroorru '
: Appliance. La*
_I.. representative on comml- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Alfred. I7l-mlt. Loan mortgage money, icreen porch, garage E I
2'171 *... I-TF ON CHAIN or LAKES New 4 ,
0 ilon. NW.baela CY A.-.F.6I.Plorcr. ,..,..b. I too also, life mllUJ'Ince bedroom, I bath home 40'srrnened beautifully land- E
PUBLIC NOTICE: The following mortgage porch double carport. leaped lot An older =
company 4ock W.et side lake .
Elolno
m.rhanlo ermine machine released for uleAutomatlo Hoov.sr
WANTED: 1nod xp.rl.ncel boom. Cooled BIt 1 1lapP. lie lie Portable 14171. loani. elected the JIoad. CY 1-4740 CY S'466L 7.Tr home that haa been reconditioned =

top. pay.Sorylce" Manajer. DanIel'sPeud I JACK i is BACK Blnirer AutomatS portable H872, type loan beat suited to to the Nth de- =
Nerhl lie Zaa
automatic Console.
8al. ('0.. A"bumd.I.. WO 5 |12: >0$. Term available, 2M-1261: your needs whether for Erre Priced at Just =
-4101 ._cI320: $ :! We krtlly wtkoaie Jxk I IPratw tale or refinancing- Bcow $9950 and that Includes =

WANTED 1 Curb flrl N. BudaHavendal Ons. hell te tk* lln *lMrc l- | MUST SElL BY 7th Furniture Town & Country complete furnishing even s
nlirht ova dv Apply Dog to '
M cheap lot of MI.. Iteme 12M new ipphancei and
Blvd .rf MM rM .f PHIMI Ith St, N.E.: Fhon .
CY l-447
Jerry Plckard's Mortgage Corp. yard tools Just list- :

WANTED Ins room Younf..111'1.eiperlewed.. Suit have dl.- IK MOTORS at Ud | M 177 MagnetIc' CY H141 I Not Texas But, near Winter edCsll :

transportation Apply In per eon Special Cer M...*.. Well k*.wile ADDING MACHINE Escellent Sine 1MO Haven Over $00 Acres MALCOLM
at Farmer Red Bar. Cyprea I. condition Call CY 1-4710. i-I I 5 fcM>..>>j>an>a a>a a aiii iii> of rambling ranch land. TETREAULT :
.ORM. N. phon call !1..1! *Kfw.*bll. .Irwln -19- Approx. Eves A gun. CY 1M7I :
pi..... 5-7 l.5f OLDSMOBILE 4 DOOR ................................ 200 ecru improved Only
Sedan ".." fee MmWr el y sa ri. "r. 190 per acre or let me
Af Radio heater
FARM equipment rtleemaa -
31 to 46 preferred. Experienced automatic tranimis- JACK IS SACK deIe) knlMM .. PRINTING LEXICONNO. i[113)) Reel Estai. For Sale how you 40 acre with modern TOWN COUNTRVllllIlllIlllllllliliilllllllIlIIliilIlli J

pales In tractor for Polk and County grows Traneporta-equipment lion, air condition white .t tile cOld' SIIH.-! # 7: CUT ranch home 0 Ideal fordtru. : t,

lion hirnlehed Salary and commiealon wall Urea, clean, low mile- A. *n,rvlna .f a tins ]rOR SALE OR TRADElbedroora planting. Only 140,000.
Good Tema.Beasley. t1rn
Contact Ken Hnffmnn phon. ige. Jnswteg or .hat.,,.ph(, home with rottas. Horn pn.- W mml
fo
M3-65ol Hutchlnaon Tractor Co. uiuelly In ", .,.1, wh.cli ,I.cud Ii lilly rented. Will accept anything
Intarvlew. 1- 'LOOK $1,195 '82 Lincoln Continental '(2 Comet 4 Dr St!. l 1ft aft erpmnn s pnMin >f II000 v.1 I... for our tqulty Call. Realty Co. "

EXPERIENCED W.lt...... Muat be Ldtd, Letther Interior Whit, Lew MileageOn Prb.Uy' 4Mv. I a< frets"wsedtul" Jrlando 436-W07 for appoIntment.lJllllllllllll9ulIulliIilIlllItlluililsli 034 6bh St., N.W. CY *2757
.
nel Applv I In peraon Chris rectory Air Cend Owner RAH wlnck was th* w
mi Ave. D,' NW I P.7 .
Retaurant. PinckneyOldsmobile' Lei Than Sock $3 795 Ant Trn, w.y pictures wer* repr*- .-,."O""A..astnuWINTER
UI) LAT
We* In tk. I !!
L... Than Book -$ |1,445 early days ,1

((3)) Situation Wanted prbntie.lSlev.es.uw394.3225,. Do It Yourself | HAVEN
'II Corvalr.500" Spt, Cpe.

WANTED Four days a week Used Car Lot Aut. Trent., HAH, Lw '10 Falcon 4 Dr. Sd. For the man who needs = HARBOUR APARTMENTS

....k. Every day but Tueeday Corner of 3rd St., SW at the Mil.... "AH. atd Tran E lots of room, and has s
CY -a-J40S after t.M p.m. MaryLove water tower. L... Then Book ..-$ |,095 On Owner __.._ $$5 E time to do nil own decor- = ''Luxurious Waterfront Apartments
J.IESmll .
.. Phone CT I-7S47 i ating. Large Older home. =

!! work ** tnald Monday ..s.Its. Many More Clean Can Te Choose From Three or four bedroom = DIRECTLY ON SPRING LAKE
:through Wedneaday Own Iran- school
i Near shopping, CONDOMINIUM
loo. Reference. Call 2s0'41574. : Dead & mi
portal .
PolIcy
-FREE- = r.
,; s-il FORD SI. w.oaVI i and churchei. Asking Leery Apt

Only ... .. ....._ $1190 I II1I S10.000-Financing available. = MOM $10,750 $45
WANTED Houwkeepln S or I each Car 'Listed i Now For S AND 'II I
day*. -CY 4-3387 'IH Bt, NEHCfl'SEKEEPINO I 1157 PLYMOUTH VIAulo I New 64 Tag with occupied. MONTH

; 4-4 Tran. ....___ 1345IIM 555555530555555S55h5dda55cJs9sIOABoats&Motoos appointment to ace, call s Furnished Model Apt. I

or hub r..1t1\:7\ I BUICK '..... ..__ INKe GERTRUDE JUAN I Open Feb. 9.
CY 1-7011. Luclnd :!I ) I
PREMIER MOTORS INC. Eves. A Sna. CY a.t5H
1 STUDEBAKER I Dr. $95 I 1700 SIXTH STREET, NORTHWEST I

((4 Lostll Found I 160 DODOI U. ton pickup ._ IIW PREVIEW
J MAT LIP?. For Information phaseCYI677L INFORMATION I
"YOU LINCOLN-MERCURT DEALER TOWN COUNTRY
HAMMOND'S USED CARS
i, 1 A. J. LYND
1440 Av.. E, SW. Wloter Haven REALTOR
LOSX-kcy(fET_ Rewri In vicinity lUture of to Poet New Of-.- CY M844 324 3rd St. S.W. Winter I j(:i II-A) For Rent, Unf. m rn[_ Phone I

Chief. ai-TF 11-4 CY 3.7713 CY 3-751 CY (HT.'I I a 3 : 293-4200
An. h.f superb
LOIIT:1'r1da'III.ht.: Tk-lnlty Kthit. j Ml FAlCON Deluxe 4-door *e- w.l.rlrn "o..r.III[ !
( .. Wettwood ...... low;., Mia.. dan AT.. RH Good II...... '44U I BEDROOM CB banns for rent IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIII71U ....I..nt by 'Irvin5 1. Man1, I ape-sm.4
1I1a1ll. cat anaweri U MlnKewarl t *. '110 00. Village Shops. 1374-74 1452 NX' Sib Bt 17600 month Asseg.tes; .
...1Wo M ,;ypruI Garden M. j-i3Ji.. 4-1 01. JJ M-3W3, JJ-TF
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.: WITH TNt 5WILU1T OAMt
I 00 IOU UK[ M[+ lAlrtltUMClIjM WUW 11
colt KNtW..MN' AN' 1 .J tNOU1N TO MMRY Mot Alf'
WAM! M WM NW.MTft lint DU MCU THAN AW A MUe+ WNO DON'TINVt
NOW, MONty.tONiy! JAloA
Classified Advertising MAYA[ MOULD CTO> WIIM'KWlM Ml,WO!" 00 YOU /N1. 1C 1RAINED HUD4 \\t. TY+O dMf} WT
r M EACH OTNLtCt1i3t R $[tNf RCALd fARL pR ML t 1 IOTA DATti M v0U RC e10r IUTTw'eUKL
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ALL YOUR tRICNpf
1'<'i 514GLR ML FOR A f1061 b [ .,q


((13)) Re.1 Est.t. For S.I. I ((13)) R.,| EUf. For Sail



LAKEFRONT til.*DO
Builder
a-todroomi, Fiord room acraaMporch
built-in evan and rang.
Trua lakefront no road batwaa ,
Trade hom and laka. MOe South Labs .1y r
Insi Dear Dr. Of MT75 altar 4 00 f m.loTI'.

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TRADINGIS rye.ORCHESTRA ._ ,, _u,_

1140 15th Court NW. S bed-

room, I bath, Florida room, THE TREND
drapes, rings, dishwasher, AitpoiaU RYTNEIDNE NAARM[ [AR1HalfNtf YOURpOPUOwARM INTAD TO.AV[
air conditioner Includedfor "lt's Swap Equlti." NE'iN0 RajIERt REW T EARMMCtj... wNATINEr TjMA/1TIAN/ IL.eUT UN00EtIYgMBLVEB

$16,500 Only $60000 downon tt4RT1AN,RICItYI TUSIYI TNIt CITY iNAtL REMAIN TN[ RIVRpP e01UN0
new FHA commitment.II We have a lovely! 4 bedroom VNTOUCNEDi YOU.NALL MERWRYIEIOW!
$ TNMb'
large Florida room, ONERN
I I double carports home In

the Lake Elbert "high
Slot Walnut, NW. I bedroom, landa".
2 bath, family room Awnlnja
and air conditioner Included for Our boos (the owner) see:

SU.SOII.OO. Only $450.00 down on "Find me a growing family -
new FHA commitment. with a mailer house
and by golly, we'll swap
III equitlee" Call


M x 170 Lakefront Lot on Chain Zella Pearson

of Lakea. Only $7,500.00.

JOHN G. WOOD 'LEIS BROS.

REALTORS CONDUCTOR-Edw.rd' Preodor U the [ tpEtYt't } w 040W DIDTi4e KISSED HE HAU A 6RRriF1
& Assoc. Inc.
1200 Sixth Et, lilt conductor of the University of South Florida Symphony CRIMINAL ME I I DIC. SHE, JsorrWOMAMf
HJiSlT Phone Ml ISM (Opposite North Gate) Orcheitra, which will playa concert In Nora Mayo Hall LORD LIMEtXJSE'SXXJSE I OJERPpWER WA pID DOESNOr 0GFIT7!
SU M4-31ST tomorrow night under sponsorship of the Winter Haven WAS/ ROftftco LAST I 101.1 Q F10W ft !! I KISS AND
t: % lV DESCRIftfl TELL.
Eve ft Sun WO 7.2711(14A Pops Orchestra. ; NIGHT./ LORDSHIP
rOM SALE OR TRADE rOR
RD Mtt!!
FLORIDA FARM W.ll MUb- r- S SEMINAL I''
BY TH f.' '
Hahad. pmfflabl. furnllur buit- i Jlt
..... Writ Eldar: J' u I hr..
.......11. H.K. M .i South Florida Symphony To z



BlakeHoward ( ) Lots & AcreageCHOICE Play. Great Works Here t r(


II RESIDENTIAL LOT MCyprtaa
Gard.aa Itoad Own, Worka of Handel, Beethoven, with the University of South l4 e'2.1Abw <
A praatlra &44,... along with will taut*. Cm 4-aeM.. 5FF Lalo and Hoffman will be featured Florida, be la concertmaster of

Ohio prtitlft, horna. Bpacloua I btd- LARGE Chain of Laka lot IS,HO. during the Univeralty of the Tampa Philharmonic Orchestra -
dialog room m bath hardwood Fla. room noon, lar mod-' 10 Aerai. 135000. Call aaytlmcr South Florida Community Symphony under Maestro Alfredo

era = with Flair I ovan, aremdltlonad. a-oiii. ao-i Orchestra to be held at Antonini, and first violinist 111
earpat, drape. Lot LAKE JULIANA Nora Mayo Hall tomorrow the University String Quartet.
lOCXlSO Irrlaatkm tyitam. a with. I ACRES Lakafront. deep w.n night at 115: o'clock. The University of South Flor-
Iwlrlcltr bam 111 500.
aca.Only$26,000.tT.tilt. It d5.1nd. C. r. McCOMIC Reg BrokarVALUABLE The orchestra, to be pre Ida Community Symphony Or.
Ne4. aented by the Winter Haven cheitra brings a high level of
Beasley Realty Co. 014 Popi Orchestra will be con musical culture to the campus

N4 .*. .... inr CT a-nai ducted by Edward Preodor, at well ai to Tampa ttaelf

FOR SALE 3d.droom houpaU ACRES who has appeared with the< Its appearance here la sponsored -
Baetlo . Call CT 4-1B5S. FOR SALE Winter Haven orchestra aevera by the Winter Haven
times ai guest violinist con- Pops Orchestra In keeping with
Clni.-tn .. I Ita t. Hlwtra A certmeister and conductor. Its slogan "To spread enjoyment -
IIIIIIUI111t111IIIIIIII11111I111t111111LCASH Fav.d county road M ft. wide of good music"
canal too ft long eennect. Chainof Preodor, who la professor of
I Lake. Boat Buln all rwdr partly music and chairman of the The concert will be directed
TALKS flnlahad Ideal for DUIIMM A college music arts program ai toward a fund for a scholarship -
trallar lot. or r*.ld.ntlal Ion wits eJIM
In music at the unlverally. 9Ll7
well conductor of the
Owner has ilashed prlca. = Brtrata take M property Will Mil aa orchestra
Ideal Retirement > aUor'." > la considered by authorities All proceeds will go to

A reduction of $2,000 = Can Owner Z93-HJ4 to be one of the top the fund. .
Elates this a = I., vlolinliU In America today.A There will be a donation of
graduate of the Curtis Institute $1 for adults All children and
BARGAIN.bedroom. 0
S 4l ek Oowtl Astoil a pots A floe eTm51
LAKEFRONT: ACREAGE of Music in Philadelphia students will be admitted free Ild t/LYIR
I ., t tiled baths eUDDENLYIv1
s bal aay t rma M7CLG yYLL
Florida room central air S discter ea h. 4 Traeta 132010'11 and recipient of the coverted Tickets for the concert may
conditioned and ceU heat. = a sere each 100'. plui lak.frontI1UOOO Artist Diploma from the Eastman be purchased from music di. AYrdtRfr1
lcc.
Beautiful inside and out. = ... each each. ISO I plui 1130 lakefront, School of Music, Preodor partment students at the Winter O I
(S 000 eaah Total price = II3MM _L'. Call ...1U an* CM achieved success aa a concert Haven Senior High/ School, 1 171,
I
H ,500. 132 Polk Drive = oo p m. 4-11 artist teacher, conductorand Denlaon Junior High School and tlvw I I Ir
IE. Can | ensemble performer. Weitwood Junior High School II
CANADA Ha baa served on the fieultiea well aa Vandever Johns Pharmacy .
ELEANOR IGLEHAKT SACRIFICE II ACRES TOTAL of the Eastman School or at Nora Mayo Hall

I.... SfflL CT 4-1111 II PRICE ini.M PLUS SURVEY of Music the National Music on concert night.

FEE. ALL EXCELLENTLAND Camp at Interlochen, Mich,
BEAUTIFULLY WOODED Illinois[ Weilayan University, 1\ ass .r + ,
town COUNTRY USE OF TROUT DundeeSix
i, ] the University of Florida and

,"...... IIl!! I I OPPOSITE STREAM Sot PROPERTY ACRE ,LAKE UNLIMITED the Ida. University of South Flor children with their faml

"'.11'" 11iilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll BUNTING ft FISHESC. In the orchestral category, lies. gathered at the home of
their
parents Mr. and Mrs
HWT. THROUGH PROPERTY -
hi baa been concertmaster of
? J + 1
Walter Knowles
on Sunday
. ZJJ-17W betweei the Natolnil High School Or. Oee euRo. TMuY MtJ l hey AEE 1vu'Raf f1ibdT Tl4SY'Ra
Z&91]I' arm I.M p.m. 4-1 cbeitra, the Rochester Philharmonic They were Mr. and Mra Duiln SAPS 00 MR I Iowe ARC MOYINQ 0C/JDW BICACTLY CARRYIWG HOME fSTAY pOWN i-owl Moytr .
Bowen of Orlando, Mr. and i.MCI NA6N'T 1St OI T TnNWRV WNSRf eVtRY SORT OP RISLD AMYd. Ta+fYReo GkotigR1'A
and Civic orchestras, aaaiitint Mrs. Bud Ingram of Ocala OPF ANV VSI AAINe 11 il-Aflel+.INPRA $00000'7 CWT ,
ARTICLES FOR SALE concertmeister of ANTSOI scolpsl u'sl
the Walter Knowlea of Plant City, Nj10Re P
rfetro.Goldwyn.Mayer Recordng Mr. and Mra. W. L. Knowlea

Orchestra in Hollywood, and Mr. and Mri Billy Wag

and soloist with many ensembles man, of Winter Haven and Mr, : j
In the welt and south and Mri Gene Cox of Dundee. '
i E. : ey :
SPECIAL At the present time, la addition Mr. and Mra Marvin Harris : I_ __ _

to fill work connected and Ion Jlmmle were here from
Jacksonville! for a weekend _

Legal Advertising lilt with Mrs. Harrla' brother ( 0cost
CLASSIFIED I and aloter-In-law, Mr. and Mri
Leroy Msttox and family and
READER NOTICE: or mrwtiof TO ohl'r relatives 1'i

MACH rilAL APPLICATION DUCHA OEy FOB Weekend guests of Mr. and

: RE:: ESTATE or Mri W. C. Goolaby were their ,
SERVICE Catharlaa Van Hora CrubauthDac. on.In-law and daughter, Mr.

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY ajad and Mra. T. B. Ballard and {. NOW j WHAT'. Tote MATTSR$ suT'O CTEROAY
CONCERN: children, Jeannle and Tony, accompanied CAUTIOUS COOkIE I.. Hi AFRAID *50.1. NS CUT OPP Mlih
Nolle la lurch II"! '.n thatara we by Mill Bernie Fish'r WiIEN 006 CUT NIMLSLFj GOARST7t
Iliad our final sport .. Ad- all of Henderaonvllle, N.C. ii7AY5. NONa / ;
mlnlitratar eta. of tha aitata o*
ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN IS DAYS atharlaa Tan Horn Cruba...... d. Mra. Ada Griner spent the
,....d; that wa have Iliad our ,.- weekend la Winter Haven visit-
t tloa for final dUcharga. and that ng her IOn and daughter-In.law,
FOR $1.00 FOR IS WORD AD w5 will apply to the Han Richard
.
.
A. Bronwn, County Judge of Mr. and Mra. E. N. Ciiner.Mra .
e e e 'oik County, Florida on the Hat Alice Atwater of St. t
day of February, 1M4 for approveal Petersburg visited during the a llr
Notices For This Department of the Mm and for final dl. .
e barge aa Administrator eta. efla weekend with her brother In- a
t tatata ef Catharine Van Hon law and sister, Mr. and Mri. D.
Limited To ruhaufh: 4ctaad.Tbla E.
29th day of January 1M4.Exckanca .
1. .hems for sale. or awep to ,.. I. Na .....s No c...... National Bank ot
Winter Haran,
vslse. If $2e 1M .. AD Ca4. Administrator '.la. Ogle.EARN
of
ef the estate
1 U Wer. LUt I )*el e.I.sllAL Catharlna Van Win
I. AMwtntb. kra..fct to N Cnibauth, Dc.aMdByi .
w. a rnwmaii n. I MAO TO DO WNy DQMT Y4U Acid t '
I. leak ...... M* (.-1.| fke ......W 4.**mMt sushi Vice Praealdant Trust h4Y ARITfIMSTIC AUNT MA3OW TO HILPX30 /
IrIce .f effarla m4 ..... Otrictran YXJ'RS LATE QSTTIN. WMSMK>rtK pVIR WITH VtXW LIKS
MIM ka with ., "' ,
phone MMkef er e44.. el ear M Hyne _Z 2t. r.k. I. 11 II. 1M4 /1000. PROM K1100t., TSA JISR efCAUfS ALLTMS NOMSwGRK 2'00 SNE DID

tile .1Ier. .. !III ebe.(.. OIMP7.Sa MHOS MS ANSWSRS WSRS 'T1; NICINT AFRAID LAf.T
C iTAYARTSR i w11rON0 sN'LL NIONTjI

4. eacete4.Me aMMwtW .. will ke 7. N. phone( ...,. I4 % I IOs CLAeS- fAYVae n


I. Ads will roe If dugs.CIRCCLATZNG MODELHOMES


.. CUO-THXXW apace ...,., with
i rester (oQ) blower. WOO. CT HIM alter 12 Mwittaeitlflta
il.oa J8 3100. 100 am.I ,
n H rmlf
VIED: lal..4 door and vla- .1.
FOR
IN FULL
dove. IJa 00. FR a lute.BEAVTII'tT. Beautiful Carduil" Buthoa. I feet

hMtb. r.lr acepoS-t. thnlljr MJ at .r. 00aa. SUN ACRESOLD INFORMATIONDROP
) Ps1m. I to I ft. $1 $oAn :27. Car....... IN ATIII'
R.6/lfw 'Iow,,,, '. CY 114.1: LAKILANO ROAD

'I aha, Cemmea a, traiikt 14-- St.,. If. 142 Ill I I 111 WELL. FRANKLY WELL, MY BCrrT.rfcUfWi II f1S SURF! KNOWS '
SHETLAND: noon routRintanU
WahaaFantaila .. .700 WIIAT$ 1'M IN Thew WILL LIFT MXJ HOW TO BREAK UP II.
.111(' SapUa, uChineeS cl anar Hardly UMd Uk.fw fM
TOTAL PRICE AFRAID T'ME A DEED-BLl1E A
our of rr. FUNK
CY allO. Halt price, 517 10. J>hon
I WOMT
3U-47IT. I BC TReIHt.E FUNK
C0.3AA INCLUDING OP MUCH ?
S PORTABLE alartrte II..,.... 8QUAB SPECIAL 904UU TWO LOTS USE TO YOU / (
'f t.:1': ket.G : .cadluo., ".00 MdL Bobby OCCASION CY! t-KM.$1.THE Faon. Terms Ai Lew Ai I

... $300 On.. $57.32 MfWy. 0 r s :5.ri
IUT'naR4I1t: Good _diU.... a-
WO* MWJH after loo: ,.11I. HUNTER: teat Riding outfit. carr OPEN HOUSE DAILY

and black. Slag U. CYT7U 2 P.M. to 6 P.M.
TWO l:.toruda i salon tM tank 11' 00. ..
THI HOMIf IN
with k..JTfit.ac"ona. RealSeed
each 313-d771. QI HONG KONG< Faa Ih&pt.elr.r SUN ACIIS riATUII
SIR 1treL tw. chair and Ottn..... 11100. CT QUALITY MATERIAL i I I
441IL CT: *. CT $7313. from ,
>>OAT TraHer lira I3 /W U", 4 Rtmambar ice a1.,.!*.
....1. ......I. H..r b.es ...... 41- Villa Lumber ara 'Imurarf ay F.D.I.C.
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11..11. 031.00 ::1113-4271, 130 2t.t OAf rron ttood dltloa.
Itnt" SW (X 00. 130 2nd IU, lAke Ida.




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2nd BIG WEEK MONEY SAVING "SUPER RIGHT" QUALITY! i f
iI
I

T iFreezer Beef Sale! ;

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If w i (Itke whk e rick mt rkn h W r.a tnt m4\ wctre wewy eMwr this b fM eele fcr
;11' s.;: J." .kk whet y.,',. fttthfi. ......i4et.W eie"Saper.RlghtQaallty' leaf-. rarUty ef,..r fmerit, sets frw t.li-M r.e.
W.Met a.mat..d.. I I.. ..,. ..., tack.... ..
ell the .1It
ff five y.i iflit er year Tile beef(ItM ef yMr .Ie.
ar I ', will be lilt cad wrapp.4 lit.."4"....l.....

"SUPER RIGHT" HEAVEY WESTERN ((140 to 165Lb. vg.l.Su.'GHr );


T k BEEF HIND I 59

/j, .M11j / LB. J 9
WESTERN SEEP
t "SUPER RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN WHOLE ((25 to 30 u. Avg.) !

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1 YX STEAKSRib BEEF RIB IO CUT H59c

o . L,. 87C LB.

Club i. '87C "SUPER RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN WHOLE ((45 to 60 Lb.Avg.)



Round toneless or tone' Top LI. 87c BEEF LOIN I LB. 69 .t,


Cubed u. 87C
SEMINOLE'S SWEETHEART-Sharon Leigh Harris of "Sup.r-Right" Heavy Western ((150-175-Lb. Avg.) "Super-Right"Whole Arm (80-100-Lb.Avg.) .

'the:"Merntt honor Island of being is! Florida Mm Cheerleader Stat University's USA. Th candidate, conteit for ti : T-Bone u. 87C Beef Fron t -39* Beef Chuck.-45"
>being! conducted nationwide by Cyprtit Gardens and th.Winter : Lo j jo
: Haven Charnbtr of Commerce. SII I5Ie.eLI.8. o.
"Super-Rlght" Heavy (275-325-Lb. Avg.) "Sup.r- "Western (85-100-Lb.Avg.)
TIP
Palm Shores To Show TV FilmsAll Sirloin ..."... LI. 87C y
eight of the Bell Syi- Film showings have proved Side i of Beef. LL W Beef Round. 65
tern science films featured on such a popular feature that full "
Mtovfoton! have been booked for audience attendance has made Delmonico
winter showing at Palm Shores possible the booking of such $149
Mobile Village In Lake Alfred a popular aerlei toneless.. LI. I
;The hour-long full color films Visitors will be admitted If 7-
will be shown one each Thurs eating Is available although
Jay,'following the pot luck din advance requests are necessary o Porterhouse 1PfAtD
fter. 'to the residents of the The screenings are at 7 LI. 95' 1
pert each Thursday.Shoppers' p.m'j' POTATOES STAMPS
Cram With thli T.pplnf eouptn end ....... of I
"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN IEEPROASTS
I Top W ip -49c,

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I good thrush eunday
Convenience LONG I Fe.ru.ry e.


GUIDE TO Rib Middle Cut LI. 69Rib WHITES 9 ;
25 LO 8
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LI.79C !
pint Boneless Cut BAG" ,:

IN GREATER Clod Shoulder LI. 75C e :.:; ,. }
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C.uptft pad. through. 'Uft"" ,
LI.87C I .b'U"V'
Rump toneless I
WINTER HAVENS PEARS CARROTS '
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