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

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Reds RejectU. L Winter Haven Daily NChief

S. ProposalOn t, .a 'iP=ir

Arms Pact Th. City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Read It First In The New,{C Capital Of The World,

-The GENEVA Communists Switzerland today(UPI rejected )- I I VOL. 53-No. 114 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA, TUESDAY, F BR PRIC3&-BVE CENTS

American proposal for

balanced agree They to demanded disarmament Soviet proposals the West that

IU nuclear:! weapons be de. I IncreWon't
troyed at once with the excep Orange Crop
lion of an unspecified number
retained until a third and final
stage of disarmamentThe
Soviet bloc charged that
the United States' insistence on
the balance of power being

maintained.""U not throughout a valid disarmament argument. Affect Price Experts Claim

Western requests for clarification 1 lass wvkttr t
of the Soviet "nuclear:! __ ,
umbrella" proposal under "s_ k ; ) ;
which nuclear powers would retain -

weapons ai disarmament -- -
progressed-also "Is not I valid
New EstimateOn
reason for expressing reservations r
/' ," it claimed. Merchants Seek
, Western officials however
welcomed the fact that the YalenciasIs

Communists kept polemics out AUTHORS SPEAK TO LIBRARY MEETING-WvattBlatingam

of their statements. This had *, left, of Sarasota, and Richard Glendmnlng, More Details
because of cold
been feared I of Anna Marie both of whom authors special
outburst by the Soviets last are were
war week and the defection of Russian ynest speakers yesterday at the regular meeting of the Released

disarmament delegation of. Polk County Library Association. The netting was held in On ParkingThe s ( '
facial Yuri Nosienko to the the high school cafeteria. l j
United States. By JACK GURNETT n
Downtown Winter! III. The Florida Citrus Reporter
Nossenko, 38, a state security County Commission ReportVeteran
agent, defect*:d last Tuesday. yen Council has once again f Florlda'i current citrus crop
Authoritative sources said today referred the problem of I park. is moving into the hands 'of
he may possess top secret log meters back to commute consumers at a "very sstls-
Information on Soviet nuclear Benefits The action cam at their regular factory rate," and the addition
weapons production and Bus- meeting yesterday at the of one million boxes to the
lisa defense plans. Haven Hotel after a brief dicusslon "- 1963-64 Valencia orange crop by
The affair was not mentionedat of the subject Several the USDA yesterday will not
today's conference plenary members are In favor of removing '. ) be noticed veteran citrus men
session and chief American <*.;;. Up 21 Per Cent the meters, but they said today.
agate William C. Foster told : have a problem In the I .Ize- Speaking from his headquarters
UPI he would not discuss; It able loss of revenue to the city. 'to at Lakeland, Bob Rutledge
with his Soviet counterpart Set Hitting a fast pace Chairman $54,810 each'year There are II This revenue is pledged to pay executive vice president ansigeneral
myon K. Tsarapkln.Tsarapkln Wilmer McCutcheon of I' war orphans in training and for the new downtown parking manager of Florida
himself refused to I they are receiving $18,810 I tots. Citrus Mutual, was among those
todiy the the Folk County Commissionkept Council President J. B.i Anderson .
talk to newsmen year. who agreed the addition would
first time sin ,. resumed Jan. .M that be has at it this morning in Bartow out in Insurance claims. lack chairman of the eonam growers on a per.box basis
not been willing to hold an impromptu covering considerable territory. The veteran population, IX' tee to study meters and |tasked The new revision by the crop
press conference in Howard Enlow Polk County (Continued On Page I Col. 2) him to get Information fro: reporting service, baaed on'conditions
)|the lobbies. He rushed away Service Officer showed in his I Ith t have removed found Feb. 1, the USDA
(Continued on Page I, Col 3)lake ) report this morning that there tern and aim to see if there placed the entire orange crop
was '1 n per cent Increase In Science School la any way to replace the money including temples, at 63 mllUon
benefits paid the veteran of that would be lost to ,this LINING UP 'QUEEN FOR A DAT-Th* FlorIda Citrus Expotitlon'i televt.ion showIs boxes a net gain of 500,000
Alfred To this county in 1963 over that city if meters were remove* ready to go, or nearly so, follows I survey mad by ABC network staff her this boxes from the original Oct.:'I
of 1962 which In dollars and E. L. Davis reported that week. Shown going over plant 'rom lefts James Hammond of WFTV of Orlando, projection -

cents came to 1290998. I Honors DuggerFor the State Road Department chief! engineer; Harry Mynatt, vice president of Queen For A Day; Malcolm Barnum of Rutledge.Is among those who
The statistics showed that might place I sign on Hwy, Campbell and Ewell Advertising Agency; Jim Hopkins of Florid Citrus Commission; believe that another downward

Have Queen, there the were-county.26,127 This veterans figure withIn does I 9217 pointing junction toward at Winter Lake Have Alfred John Crowder of ABC; Harry Richard of WFTY of Orlando; and Frank Am marketing USDA cut may m be a k in e I the"bookkeeping"offing as the
of Florid Citrus Commiision.
not Include the .retired servicepersonnel Research The Council has already votedto expert corrections to bring the actual
who have never r. spend $200 toward this .lln. handle and final utilization of
Float In Parade I ceived a discharge but who live. If the SRD puts up the sign, 'Queen For early and mldseason oranges'
on pensions from the government the Downtown Council Was ak. ADay'Telecastglaus into Una with th*'..umltea--; !' .

There are 3,880 veteran c ed to dlv.rt the.1200 Oewf'id -.? .-. f _m I The barvfltln,of csrlie and
xLk.AHrei City Commit. who tlteetW7'eompenaa(1on'. ( la the Winter Haven' aftr'Vuic. r* i- i ayj- "\ > j| T-j' i mfda is practically completedbut
tfoa hat evening voted $250 for theamount M $4,502.710 'IIr the Chamber of Commerce II it will be aerveral weeks

t float for the Citrus Exposition ''$382,721 There U are paid 1,336 out each dependent month.! y 1 having erected on the Sunshine! Completed yABCrNetwork Team before all the figures are' In
; Parkway near the Hwy. M. In and the crop reporting service
parade In Winter Haven receiving some type of compensation terchange.In .
will hive the data In which to
next month In which Mist $343,658 and they are$28.870 annually each +r other business Anderson "Queen For A Dsy" will be Mynatt and a staff of ABC ed In at the door by the memo base Its corrections-probably

Nancy :Ross win ride ai queen, paid month. There or are 44 veterans appointed Richard DeMott Jr. taped for ABC television In engineers from California end bers of the audience as they on the March 10 report.
Accompanied by a court of fin In training .and they receive new chairman of the membership five aeaslons= at Nora' Mayo technicians from WFTV (Chan file In.Robert. The Orlando office of the
girls yet to be chosen by the committee succeeding Jack hail during tile Florida Citrus Del f) la Orlando were her crop reporting service attributed -
of 'inti. Exposition and those who take yesterday and virtually completed Eastman, g e net- the rise in the Valencia estimate .
Chamber Commerce.
'Melon' QueenTo Arnold Silver gave i report part will be picked from the arrangements for televising II 1 manager of the Citrus Exposition to good growth continuing
Growers Fertilizer Coop notified from the Promotions Commit.tee I audience a few minutes beforeIt the show announced plans for the to keep sizes higher than
the city that they were Be Crowned listing eight promotions for goes before the cameras. R will go before the cameras TV show as they were completed average during January and \
withdrawing its request to purchase the downtown merchants for the This audience participationshow In Nora Mayo Hall before yesterday In all except hat the drop rate-that Is fruitallmg J
a triangular piece of land At The GardensA coming year Is Just what the descrip- I crowd, admitted by ticket one detail. The time for the to the ground In groves,
adjoining Its land on Buena Eloy Delgado reported that Ion Implies, according to Harry only of about 2,200. The five fifth of the five shows has not was lower than anticipated add
Vista which the city owns. A Florida girl will be selected the committee on occupations Mynatt, i vice president of the persons picked each day to take yet been decided. ing "total droppsg (Valenclaa)
recent appraisal set the value a* State Watermelon tax has been working with the network and producer of part In the show will be chosen The first four will be taped (Continued on Page 6, CoL 1)
at over $8,000. Although the letter Queen at Cypress Gardens on city tressurer and city manager "Queen." from forms filled out and hand- on' Monday through Thursday,
did not sal 10, It was felt Sunday, Feb. 23, and a highlight to determine some way to March 112, at 1 p.m. The fifth
they considered the price out of the competition will DR. GORDON L. BUGGER make the tax fairer to everybody has not been scheduled becauseon Lake Adds

of line. However the firm offered be the fact that the girls will Gordon L. Dugger, a native Delgado stressed that he Friday Nora Mayo Hall will Eagle
to pay for the cost of wear farmerette outfits designed of Winter Haven and a graduate eels that same about this a. 2 Youths Steal be In use at 1 o'clock, being
ppralssl. by Dick Pope Sr. bout parking meters: be I I. the site of the Governor's Luncheon
A report on a motor owned The Watermelon Queen will of Winter Haven High not for taking away Income The show may be taped Two To StaffThe
by the city and formerly used represent Florida in a national School, was one of seven sclenJits from the city without providing Thursday night.! Decision on
at aa abandoned well Indicated now living and working another source of funds In this detail will be made later
contest in Jacksonville March
In the Washington D.C. $500 JewelryTwo
It would cost to repair area
more .
Jack Like Commission
who Bailey master of ceremonies Eagle City -
were recently by
the motor than It was worth. lll.The contestant win meet the the Washington Academy of MisslonWwkAssembly for "Queen For A Day; last night hired a new I
On second reading of I request and Jean Cagney, who is his building Inspector and i new
to change toning from Judges at Cypress Gardens at Sciences.Dr. teenage boy made off two boy run out the front
10 the of the assistant on the show will arrive Civil Defense director.
a m. on day contest .
Dugger group supervisor with over $500 worth of watches
door and down She
Cl to C2 on some land on the street.
; and will have lunch w.th; at the Johns Hopkins University and ring yesterday afternoon In Winter Haven on Fri. Howard Stelnle of Winter Haven
Hwy. IT-n. u requested by Mr.' them at noon. Applied Physics Laboratory from Edenfield Jewelry then went to the front again, day, March 6-th* day before was hired ss building InSpector
and Mrs. L. M. Dix, the ordinance The final Judging will be In received an award for Topic Store, located in the Philip' and after finding the two watch the Exposition opens. Miss Cag to work part time when

was pissed. the farmerette outfits at t p.m. 'major Investigations and Professional Building on Central and rings missing from a ney, Incidentally is a sister of be Is needed. Michael Novak
J. C. Mitchell a representative
of Superintendent of School The contest Is sponsored by leadership In the field of hypersonic Christian work la the Far I Ave., the Winter Haven counter called the police. Jimmy Cagney. A technical was appointed new Civil Da-
the Florid Watermelon Growers propulsion." East I Police reported. staff of eight or nine will arrive enxe director, as well assistant
and the Middle East Department
Shelley Boone appeared before was The customer who was not
the commission and asked the Association of which W The award was made to him outlined by two clergymen atthe I Mrs. Ruth Rsst clerk at the on Monday, March 2- a fire chief and member
trade lot it adjoining R. Ward Jr. of Plant City in at the annual meeting of the Monday night program for store, told Investigating officer Identified chased the fleeing week before the show.In of the board of adjustmant.'
city I owns -
the school In president Washington Academy of Sciences the 34th annual Florid Chain J. Otis Curby she had goneto twosome but could not find all, ABC will require about The board of adjustment was
Highlands Subdivision present for The Queen will receive atrophy held In John Wesley Powell of Missionary Assemblies in the rear of the store to them. The burglary took place 40 technicians and others to organized last right under the
similar of land. The a $25 bond and aa expense Auditorium, In Washington. the First Christian Church wrap a package (or a customer shortly after I:30. stage "Queen," and In addition direction of Bill Wolf planning
The of Mr. and Mrs. II. there will be at least dozen and director. Wolf drew
son a zoning
Is for to build psld trip to the national Miss Harriet Louts* Patterson when the boys came in. She Stolen were a $150 electric'
purpose more school rooms.space Decisionwas contest Second and third place L. Dugger, 285 W. Lake Elbert an ordained minister of the went up front to help them Accutron watch a $123 Tinson I from WFTV which is handlingthe up the toning code.
deferred until City Attorney winner will get trophies. (Continued on Page 6, Col. 4) Disciples of Christ (Christian- ) but they laid they were Just watch, and eight fraternal taping. The council set up s eom-
Jollay and the school attorney denomination, and Dr.: Harold looking around valued from $25 to $40. I The doors of Nora Mayo will mittee to call on Dr. Fred.leaeatey -
confer on the exchange. oelkel, United Presbyterian When she returned to the John Edenfield, owner rine'l open on show day at 11 a.m., president of the:;;new
After I report of the city Picketing Railroad Men Turn minister and missionary to back of the store she saw the lore, was out of town and at 12 a warm-up will be Polk Junior College Mr. Thel-
consulting engineer, meeting Korea addressed I large con- Thin I I. the second time In started by Bailey and Miss Cag- ns Word of the planning board
with State Road members regarding regation. four month the store has been ney which will last an hour heads the committee Other
drainage under Hwy. The Rev Leo F. King, pastor No Frost robbed. Last October someone At 1 p.m., when taping starts, members are Mayor M. H.
1792 near Lake Alfred Motel Back Cape Kennedy Workers of 1 Beymer Memorial Methodist broke into the store on a Sunday the doors will be '',sed and loans and Clerk of Council
the mmttr was dropped by the Church, presided. Special music LAKELAND (UPI-The morning and escaped with a number no one admitted until the shows Frank D. Woods. 1> r
;ii- wanted consisted of organ selee. temperature bulletin from of diamonds over at 1:30.: The council also accepted I
The city largerculverts CAPE KENNEDY (UPI grapheri, of 11 union that
) one
Lakeland Weather Bureau
Ions the
Louis :
by Bass minister The seating rapacity of the recommendation for four-way
than the state planned Mrs. Rast said she did not
Picketing railroad telegraphers went on strike against the Florida of music and ofthe Forecast for peninsular Flo- hall will be intersection I
but the state requested the city organist know the boys, but would recognize augmented by using top signs at one
pay for the difference In site today turned away nearly an ago East In a Coast wage Railway dispute.a year The host church and two selections rids for tonight and Wednesday them if she saw them the Citrus Museum. Ex- and removing two other But I

if the state road department the Kennedy Space Center' picketing was in retaliation for by the Children's Festival morning: again. (Continued on Page 6, Col. 1)) (Continued on Page 6, Col I)
Chorus more than 41
young For north and central partly
(Continued oa Page I, Col 6)) 1,400 construction workers for a the stan of FEC service, with ringers from several of the
with few shower
second day and kept $213 million Don union labor to the apace churches which sponsor the Assembly cloudy a
Fruit Shipments In space construction at a center Monday They were directed by districts southern districts this afternoon.and In central Colder I Mattox To Seek New Liquor Laws II I IStst

standstill. The FEC ind the Air Force, M. L. Chisholm, Mr*.. C. L. north and slightly cooler central
"U look Just about the way operator of the missile test cen Davidson, and Mra. Florence
Daily carloadlngf) (hi boxes southern districts. Lowest
it did Monday," said a eon ter, charged the picketing constituted and
from the Fruit and Vegetable .Wilson. I Mattox will need to much farther Mattox said "apparently such
attraction apokesman. "Practi a secondary boycott Speaking on "Christian Missions temperatures: Rep. Ray ever, w* go
Inspection Division: tally everyone is gone again." and was illegal. Similar charge In the Land where Chrissnlty Suwanne and north portion introduce a bill In the next and conduct a complete detailed requirement must be
By ran U,67 grapefruit, 1,- An Air Force spokesman said were filed with the NLRB last Began," Miss Patterson, of the Gaineivlll district: 26 to legislature to revise the beverage and sweeping revision of all specifically spelled out for'the I;
003 oranges, 837 temples, 430 Scattered frost. laws result of the
31. as a
most of the fall strike.
other union during two-day
1,000 I noted author and director of the Beverage Departmentlaws. beverage department to follow
murcotts; by boat, too grapefruit South portion of the Games- 'intense public resentment"caused
members at the missile Hardest hit was the msssiv
center (Continued on Page I, CoL J) ." in the intention of
1,314 oranges; by truck mostly industrial workers apparently area on Merritt Island where a ( vine and upper east coast district by the Florida State
60,527 grapefruit, :30,771 oranges, crossed the picket line $63 million 52.story rocket assembly : 30 to 39. Light scattered leverage Department In !issuIng The laws concerning the applicants prior to the issuance i
SS tangerines 13,901 temples at the cape' main entrance building! is under construction Red Cosmonelle frost Polk County licenses after length of time a person must of the license If the speculatoris '
60,527 grapefruit, :30,771 oranges and showed up for work. for the National Aero Orlando and north portion ofthe It went wet. hold and operate a liquor es- to be eliminated."
35 tangerines 13,901 temples The shutdown of work on a nautics and Space Administra Returns Home Brooksvllle district: 34 to "This resentment Msttox, tsblishment before moving or The fac that the beverage
1,50: murcotts. 211 tangelos; $43 million moon rocket has tion's lunar exploration pro. 39. Patches of froit. said, "has as Its bslc foul selling It must be "strength- department ws not apparently
total 71, 03 grapefruit, M.090 and on four other key facilities gram. MOSCOW (UW Valentin Remainder of central district: point the feeling that several! eneu .ud extended," and "em- concerned with the possibility
oranges, 35 tangerines, 14.758 la America's drive to conquer The Air Force said picketing ikolayev-Tereabkova, ,the Soviet 3T to 42.Southern. applicants were interested onlyIn phasl placed on a detailed of speculation Mattox said, was
temples, 1,931 murcotta, 219 tingelos space brought a battery National halted work on Its TitanSA Union's pioneer1 spice districts: 45 to &5. speculating," and he charged study of the applicant and his "rather pointedly spelled out
for a shipping total of Labor Relation, Board launching complex on an Atlas oman, returned home Monday forecast for Wednesday: hat the beverage department"did proposed plan before a license in the. .. grand Jury report Itself
124,841 boxes (NLRB) attorneys to the space pad being modified for the Gemini from a visit to Britain. Partly cloudy and rather cold. not appear" concerned. i* !Issued" he laid when It stated that 'af
Cannery receipts, 75,14 grapefruit center to investigate chargeathat man.In'space program and During her week long visit Future temperature outlook: Mittox noted that the grand Although the beverage department ter a thorough investigation this
2M.539 oranges 1,049 tangerines the picketing was illegal. on a Urge Titanic project to i the cosmonette met with Queen Slightly higher temperature jury has mad suggestions for ha* ample authority body does not know how the
for a cannery total of The picket lines were be used to boost large manned liiabeth. Both women are expecting. edneidiy night. No frost danger Directive legislation that will to require detailed statements successful applicant were 'sr
J4Q.7JJ bust by 'tat order of ca"Ir.1; I space platforms ia orbit I Thursday morning help solve this problem.: "How and affidavits from applicants lected.' "




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India And China The Citrus Scene Toys BRIGHTON From England Japan(UPI) Col.I. H. T. Harle, 'Deaths In Haven AreaEDGAR Escapes 15-Fooi Python Zoo

An American firm Monday or
< 1'.- 'i!! dered one million toy soldiers D. SHELTON ARTHUR LEE WmTLOCK SANTA BA.-SARA, Calif.
Of Talk : By JACK GURNETFThe from Active In C Of C A 1S foot .
Subject A V- > .. Florida Citrus ReporterPAaT' the British i Japanese toy fair company here. at lOa Edgar Brim Douglas Road,Shelton Auburadale, 12, of, Polk Arthur City,Lee died Whitlock early today, TO, In of UPI" ) -*i "potentially- python danger.deicrlbed

''WE'RE OF.XT.S." Panama and other foreign oranges Haven Hospital followIng ou. WH being bunted today
died Winter Winter
At Institute While this. writer jftA Mrs. that the American backer Hospital News Dies At 51Col Haven yesterday HospitalA m the s lengthy lUoesi. Peter Batten, 45, keeper of
Age the Child Estate Zoo at Cabrfl.lo .
Gurnett. will-be borne'by the will pull out. MONDAY'S ADMISSIONS native of Tennessee, be A native of Dublin, Vs., he Beach here, reported the
e time this li reads ft '" being Winter laves moved to Auburadale 13 year had been a resident of Polk snake mining Monday from
5ndla and Red China Master William from Missouri for 40 ,ear.. He was Hi
re\ Mclaugh ago County
.written aboard S/3 Ark! dne, en PUERTO RICO HAPPY Homer Townsend Harle and a heated glass enclosure.The .
tits giants of the East on a lin, Mrs 0. G. Fields, Hugo H. was a general contractorand a painting contractor
route home fremKan Juan, The citrus people in Puerto WurL Bobby E. Turner, Mra. (Ret), II, of 1029 Blltmore a member of the Methodist member of the Polk City Baptist too keeper laid the
collision course for the leadership Puerto Rico, and.. U ThomasIn Rico who are furnishing the M. W. Gottschall, Andrew Drive, died last night after a Church.He Church. snake was not poisonous, but

of Altar the Virgin Islands where I orange that are now going by Konnerth, Mrs. Lewis V short Illness.A ii survived by his widow, Survivors Include his widow, that it could constriction inflict Injury from

This and other question had a chance to talk to tome boat load and trailer load to Meadows, Master Franklin native of Cleveland Tenn., Mr. Bessie Shelton of Auburn- Mr*. Bessie L. Whitlock of Polk biting or
relative to the shifting balanceof Burroughs, Miss Tawanna dale two daughter Mr. Rex
private people as wen n government Florida ; City; two daughter, Mri. Pauline
are moved
Winter from
he to Haven
world power will be discussed official about the citrus over the altuation. They point Abell. Adam in Japan, and Mr. Rouse of Charleston, W. Escape From East
this week at the Second Annual situation on those islands out that this rather unexpected Auburadale San Antonio, Tex., In April, Marilyn Hill of Auburndale; Va: and Mr*. J. R Bridge

Institute of Foreign Affair on. Right now, several concen- demand for Puerto Rican or Matter Michael Gslbreatb 1961, when he retired from the a liter, Mr. Mamie Mance of of Polk City: one ion, David VIENNA (UPI) An East
the campus of Florida Southern tasters are receiving ihlpment* sages has meant "brand new Baby Theresa Duboie, U. S. Air Force after 20 years Prospect, Tenn.; a Whltlock of Polk City; two ala German escaped from behindthe
College, Lakeland. of high solids orange from money" coming Into the territory Davenport service Thomas Shelton of broUler'1; ten, Mri. Ad* Dunn of St. Iron Curtain by riding
Institute wlUOpl'll !olr.. T. R. Nunnley. and five grandchildren. on
three-day Puerto Rico to blend with the and work. Petersburg, and Mri. Pete Miller
more veteran of World the differential of I tourist bus
was a
and Include levefal Haloes City Funeral services will be held
tomorrow available Florida brothen
for concentrating. They make no bonea about of Roanoke, Va.; five -
public sessions. Directing a desire to bold the U.S. market Mri. Lonnii Burcb, Miss War II and Korea and had been tomorrow at 10' a.m. at the Otis Whltlock of Baasett, In the his West fifth, Austrian attempt authorities to reach
the Institute will be Robert H. Then In the Virgin Islands and even to get more fresh Paula Cook. stationed In Germany, France, Kersey Funeral Home Chapel Va, T. E. Whitlock of Portsmouth laid Monday
Akerman, head of Florida there 1* being planned what oranges Into the state, even Sebrlng Turkey, Newfoundland Japan la Auburndale with the Rev. A. Va., Don Whitlock of
Southern' history department some people in the Florida deal when Florida gets back to the Mri. Walter Slzemore. and Korea. J. Aldrich, pastor of the Berea New York City T. C, Whitlock
faculty. das a* a .te.I"-lt ia proposed 100 million.plus box crop.I Lake Placid Baptist Church of Auburndale, and W. S. Whltlock; both of
'The Crisis of Leadership In to buy or lease on a Ion,. looked at some Puerto Rican Charles W. Henley. He was an active member of officiating Burial will follow in Lakeland; four granchildrea, Mortgage .
AlaM particularly the conflictIng term basis some I.T50-tom. orange and they are of Avon Park the Winter Haven Chamber of Auburadale Memorial Park.D. and one great-grndchlld. Loans
roles of India and Red I Virgin Islanders told ui It might good size, most of them couldbe Garfield Smith. Commerce and served ai mem Funeral service will be held
tuna, li the program them of be more like 2T50-acrea of told natural color and BirtowMri. .Talk toutbout }
In Donald L. bership chairman for the 1M3 H. THOMPSOND. tomorrow at I p.m. from the .
thjs ,ur'. Institute. U.S. owned land for the planting at timesjust Brown. yourproblems.
they eat good, possibly Mt. Olive Baptist Chapel with
H. IT of Ko-
Lake Alfred drive.He Thompson ,
will t I
The keynote speaker >enr. of citrus and then build a little sweet for the .
t Wilson Shields,
Mri. T. A. Wheaton komo, Ind., died Monday after the Rev. pastor
la survived by his widow,
H. Arthur Steiner concentrate plant of some 3 to American taste for oranges. of the Polk City Baptist NO APPRAISAL FEE
LakelandMri. a lingering accordingto
apr of political science at the 4 million gallons capacity annually Before leaving home Herb Mri. Gene Berry Harle of Win- illness Church, assisted by the Rev. ON
Frank L. Cayley. word received by friendsyesterday
University of California at Los Riley, the state-federal inspection MONDAY'S DISMISSALS 'ter Haven, and a brother Thompson and his W. W. Watson, pastor of the FIRST MORTGAGESFIRST
Angelei. I But it Is evident the) concentrates chief, told us that Puerto Harle ofCleveland Baptist Churchof MORTGAGE
lecturer Winter Haven i Charles Baxemore wife lived in Haines City for First Missionary
::rwo other plant would Deed more transported
Rican ,
oranges .
director Robert Eubank, Horace A. Tenn. about 10 yean then moved to Auburadale, officiating. CORP.of
Richard L. Walker
are Dr. oranges than could be producedon promptly and properly controlled Jones, T. 0. Lee, Mri. RalphMeMID.a I 140 N. Seminole, Lake Alfred Arrangement are In charge of WINTER HAVEN
of the Institute of Inter Funeral service will be held
the acreage-ao the idea li of fine quality in
Funeral Horn of Au 919 Central AVI., CY J.5151
I Mri. Donald A. where they resided for a number Kersey
national Studies at the University to Import oranges to the Virgin all respects and so far, while Thursday morning at 11 a.m. '
I burndale.
and of returned to
Massey infant They
of South Carolina, and Dr. I Island, not only from Panama, I both Puerto Rican and U.S.' daughter from the Ott-Laughlin Chapel yeara.
Mri. Glen Morelock Kokomo in 1957 to be near their
JC K. Dar, minister of politle.I'aft.lra but from other Central and even Florida official have been on with the Rev James R. Blackwood .
I Dwayni Stephen, George. aoni. Thompson was a memo
for the! embassy of India South American countries Insect
the watch for pestilence no
Whldden. pastor of the First Presbyterian ber of the First
PresbyterianChurch [
rat Washington, D. C.Session strictly on the basis of price, *, such a* the Mexican fruit Ft Lauderdale Church, officiating. In Lake Alfred.In Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply
open to the public plus transportation them fly, have been found In the producing Ralph Brando. Burial will be at a later date. addition to his wife he li Of Winter Haven
are a* follow: with Island and then section which Is much
:Wednesday at 10:10: a.m.. Import the end frozen productto smaller than Polk Countyprobably ABburndale Honorary pallbearer will be survived by two sons, Ralph Headquarter for- All Typn Pipes, Valves & Fittings
Walter A. Smith Richard De- Kokomo
B of Branscomb Auditor- Indian Mill Patricia Dixon, Baby and David of ; one CRANE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR
Upom the states to with less than the
.Sims "Communist China In His Theresa Duboie, Henry L. Mott Jr., Malcolm Tetreault, daughter, Mri. Elizabeth Adlerof AIM a Cempltt Stock of Pump., Plumbln,
Florida frozen juke-probably River area. M.eh.nletl A Industrial SuppIlM
Marlow Robert
Smith. Baxter New Orleans and ten grand
tflrlcal Perspective, Dr. Walkft at a somewhat lower retail You will perhaps have noticed WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DEIIVHIK4lk
: Thursday at 4 p.m. Annie price than our*-and from I have used no names of Arcadia: Cram in children. If. Awe. L. N.W. .. let Slim beklml UU ..*.. R*.1'l en)
be heldat
Paul Fussell. Friend call at Ott- Funeral services
Pfeiffer Chapel "Sino-Indlan Islanders or Puerto may I CALL COLLECT 294-4247 WINTER HAVEN
what I was told down here, it either Virgin Lake Alfred Funeral Hom. in Ko-
Laughlin Chapel Wednesdayfrom Fenn's
Relation and American For. whom I talked -
could be substantially lower Ricans to
bliss Donna Hofedlti. 7 to 9 .m. komo Wednesday at 2 p.m.
Dr. Steiner Friday whichI
etea Policy, basis
; and could cost Florida grower but that Is the on
at 10:10: a.m. Annie PfelffttvChapel a lot of money. got them to "open up." They
) "India1 Role In Official of the Virgin Island were hesitant to be identified
AM1 Dr. Dar. Corp., which would be InvolvedIn because, as one put it, "I don't
=:Frspeakers are appearing the citrus deal, avoided me want to offend anyone la the '
ujder the auspiclei of the Dan- like I was "Typhoid Mary," a* states by talking frankly."
forth Foundation and the Asso soon a* they learned I was a As Mr. Gurnett and I traveled
Collegesrich Florida citrus newsman, and I around San Juan and Its ')
got the line such ai "Mr. outskirts we were reminded of FORD'S RACING PROGRAM
Stetson University and Florida Soandio will be glad to see you home-there were truck along
Besbyterian; College in addltgn -. for a few minute day after to- the roadside with oranges telling
to Florida Southern. morrow knowing of course I what I Judge to be the
would then be on the high leas equivalent of I half.bushel pap
iiienue headed for home. However er bag filled with orangei of
Agent baaed on what I heard in St. "run of the tree" sizes for $1.

Evades Taxes Thomas, Florida Citrus Mu Or you could buy one for a
tual' Bob Rutledge was many penny, 12 for I dime-the average I
72t:?rSNO, Calif. (UPI- millions abort when he predicted size, I would estimate, BUILDS BRIER CARS !
aVaakRemerorskl sass sentttnUB the proposed concentrates would be about tlOa. And natives
to three months In prig deal for the Virgin Islands were' buying them.

05 Monday for evading pay- would cost the Florida ,In the super markets they .
IMM of $SOO In federal income grower at'least $20 militant, a Were- priced at about 21) to 25. I ..,: ; .
ttxtt.Rrmerowikl. year. This first venture would cent per dozen-while American I rt'iil, '
: pleaded guilty to only be an "experiment" andif brand of concentrate In t
.evading taxes during 1358trhtlf successful would be expanded six-ounce can sold for about How
he was employed ai aainternal is large ai expedient. 15 per cent more than the Ford racing
revenue agent. : While there I li American capital tame brand and size would
behind thla-and possibly, currently sell at home
i. rtONIOHT IS THI NIGHTJO.30 If not probably, that include ",Se helps bring you
OUT TO THE MOVIES! some Polk county money-actually SAD BLOW FOR CITRUS >t
the people and officials of They say "bad news travel k
.. ... the Virgin Island cannot be fast." And it doe even down a better car
blamed for the plan. In the Caribbean. I had heard
I "We're part of the United of the Sunday plane crash at

State and why ihouldn't we go Gainesville on the San Juan Most automotive engineers win tell
CcanmMt Skw heal I .. you
p. out after new industry Ilk Juanand
any radio going Into -
TODAY A WEDNESDAY city or itate in the United States at one of the big hotel that the track is one of their most valued

: proper!" one VI bank official In the city the air edition of laboratories.

I I i asked me. "We need new payroll a Miami newspaper of that For example, track competition led directly .
*, we need new money, and morning was on sale-and we
while a lot of stateside capital read the casualty list. to the following changes in the Fairlane 289

III baa come into the Virgin latelywe I was shocked to read the .v-8 engine: better block, improved pistons
have the u.uall.bor
surplus name of Bill Cowperthwslte.
that you will find in the states," the head of the state plant industry improved train stronger connectingrods
he continued.He board. Florida citrus and bolts.
told me there 1 la considerable lost s fine friend and worker Such
FORD I OUTSCORES COMPETITION improvements contribute not only toFord'
available VI capital but when be died In that Gainesville
not enough for major project. tragedy Just a couple of winning track record, but also to the

.aa H< pointed out that the US. day before I left home I talked NEARLY 2 TO 1 IN NASCAR-SANCTIONED total performance so important to your
aura Wmim1 government I I. doing a lot for
to him personally about the
alum clearance and to establish Mexican fruit fly and who to STOCK CAR RACING ;Ford soon driving; Test-drive a 64 from
low cost bousing law i see In Puerto Rico. lie assuredme seelFairlane
many low grade housing unit the situation was under
boarded up and with condemnation control. Ford is king of NASCAR competition and inherent durability and dependability. The

signs both In English and Bill Cowperthwalte Institutedthe Ford Motor Company has the NASCAR ability to stand up under the punishment
THURS.-FRI..SAT. Spanish-leveral big low cost
really fast and effective
"high rise" apartment build. action that could have prevented Achievement Award to prove it! of a 600-mile race is proof of Ford's total

WAIT DISNEYS ; In,.. infestation In Florida by the Last Il'JUI011Ipecia1 Ford entries won every rfonrwtce performance that will benefit

plans"As now for Virgin call for Island considerable citrus, Mexican recommend fly-and and I here nominatehim and single stock car mono! 500 miles or longer fit you in your type of driving. In two other
exploitation-and we are lookIng for the Florida Citrus Hall and scored nearly twice as many points as any major stock car racing associations, IMCA

for the right root stocks for of Fame And I am lure Herb other make as shown in the chart below and MARC, Ford driven aim wrapped up
our particular toil conditionssome Riley, Sam Banks, chairman of These 500-mile ; ""
races are the ultimate test of the 1963
of it with i volcanic championships.
wi., r-.1 .. TECHNICOLOR. the Florida Citrus Commission,
base, one man said Bob Rutledge of Mutual and
CHILDREN IS. One thing I got from my conversations others will heartily second the
In the limited time nomination.

Island consider their area apart

DRIVEINTHEATRE of the U.S. and entitled to tee an ao1 ea as9 toe we an an ae'OR
compete with any stateside Industry
which la adaptable to the PRESTIGETHIS ,
Leaf Times Trait area, with low cost labor. ros7UCn"1A107a

Seed? .,.".. ..... There ia no abject poverty, at V 8
Z=T WALT DISNIT'S least visible to the visitor, a* n Helps Cobra Win
could be teen last year in Haitior "NI:
::SAVAGE SAM"hi Sports Car Championship
even pam of Jamaica EMBLEM
'r l Cal.,
St Thomas did not have tJlmtlI -
_. any
Alt The Cobra with its modified
Fairlane engine
"T SOPHIA! LOREN t I. tensions I could detect-In fact
St: "S MILES TO our taxi driver told me "Uncle I i TOTAL PERFORMANCE emerged last year as the undisputed leader in -

1 MIDNIGHT"it Sam hat been too good to me ;- the sports car field.
to have any animosity fact WINS MOTOR TREND i
l +h+ Cobra the
won Manufacturer's in
be baa been good to all the Trophy
WEDNESDAY NITI islands,. "CAR OF THE YEAR- SCCA Class "A" production competition by

:"':JM THURSDAY NITI about One thing citrus those are I concerned talked to Identifies yourWELCOME AWARD d so great a margin that no other car-UJS. or
2S Coupon NII.aS. _
< + foreign
about li that California Texas -wai even in sight.
.. and Florida will This award went to the entire 'r'' t
put so mucbprea.ura WAGON The same basic Fairlane 289 V-8 that
II.! Ulloftriilfe li '
"NEVER SO FEW" and on thus the federal on the government Virgin- Ford line-with a special powered the Cobra is available in any of eight

plus "UP PERISCOPE" Islands Corp., to kill the orange SPONSORS. The Ford.powered lotus the made racing. history salute to Ford's total +' 1sT Fairlane models for 1964-giving sports-car
In "
deal and the importation of the e last year Indianapolis 500. performance. spirit to this roomy family-size ear.

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State. Showers are forecast for southern Tennessee and northern Georgia. Clear weather .
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Partly cloudy today, tonight i
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low tonight 34 to 40. Northerly
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winds 12 to 22 milts per I Wednesday
COST REMAINSTHE SAMEI hour today, becoming northeast South I per hour, becoming northwestto forwash
to east 10 to 20 miles per hour Considerable cloudiness north today and northeasterly
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ertI. glletble Stoll miles per hour tonight with some rain
ere abate' for *k.. tlle._ and Wednesday. Mostly cloudy will have a joint board of directors '
.It'l pe.y .rIt.H._Naucw..n_ If ,...11et,_ Northeast likely near today 70,or low tonight.tonight High around today meeting and Parade of I' \ 1
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OWN AOINT te Mt ell year ing partly cloudy with high today Variable winds 5 to IS miles in the offices of Mason Con-
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.r = ICONOMICAl colder tonight. Low tonight 41 per erly tonight and Wednesday. nary, 227 Third St., SW. %
set eN b.,. pe.o.stl.s, except M Inland. Wednesday; President T. L. Whitehead
T. Aimttt This I li a totally fair. Southwesterly winds 15 to urged all members concernedto
MW ......m, avsil.blI! lUti.M 20 mile. per hour becoming Thief attend this important meeting
*. S... Ur car kit. northwesterly today. North to which is scheduled for 7:30:
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-Today'sCommentary- American !
W. I. RYNIRSOM, Edlf.r.vBllik r Project Alert

JOHN W. RYNMSON. A.ilitint; U the PublliW

'u lI.h.d lilly (..c.pl Silurrfiy) ky tho Winter Hvivklliklit By MAJOR AL LONO USAR leI. History MonthToday ;
C*., IMM II* Ird Stri, NW.. Wlirfir Have". Fl.rl aCHARLH RMNf SKUTaAm AnalystFIRE :

60SHORN 5.n..1 I Mu.|., By PHI NEWSOM t ,
I let us recall the stirring -
ITI Foreign Newe Analyst BOMB FOREIGN cltliens' committees and othersto
words of Patrick Henrys!
JACK IEAHAN .. .. Aii.ct.t. Editor
When the British withdrew : &AWS'PflMN AID OFFICIALSFrom condition the public mind to aa he pled with hit Virginia

PETER J. SULLIVAN .. .. .. AlVirtillnf M.fl.g.r from Suet, they were left only time to time we have the Idea (as usual) that a aln- compatriots to take t firm;:
with Cyprus as .n Eastern endeavored to acquaint the gle nickel cut was a surrender stand on the matter of \111country' <<
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE to communism. In truth, BO freedom and index
Mediterranean base from which Presidents
Ikiantii I An.il.tii. Ins .. .. CMtit. III., Mid reading public our thoughtful objector ever oppos pendence: "Gentlemen mar
to move either toward the were all from time to
Mtnt u S..nJ CI.M Mall MiHir $e0. I, If 24 ittn* P.I Offle die Eastern oil fields or to pro time misled by their appointed ed the purposes foreign of wisely aid. After administered cry peace, peacel But there It,
stand '
In Winlir HI.M, Florida, uniir lit .f March 2. lift test the eastern flank of NATO. officials. To mislead our President all have devoted no peace Why w/:
here Idle What la it that gent
British air misleadingwe
Thus the la the same aa
more than $100 billion to foreign tlomin wIshT What would theft
army bases on Cyprus took on the people. We present
:2 MEMIEK AUDIT IURIAU aid across 16 years. have? Is life so dear or peace
: consid
a position of major ImportanceIn some evidence for your
Instead the mounting objectIons ao tweet as to be purchased
NATO strategic ,
CIRCULATIONS planning eration.
_: OF
at the of chains and Slav,,
were based on the proven price
... along with the US. Sixth Fleet Quotes! "Any crowd that
? Forbid It Almighty GodH
wast Inefficiency, duplication cry ,
la the Mediterranean and the threw President Johnson off the
MIMIER I know Dot what course other
.tl"i M.,,,.r UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL defensive forces of Greece and rails aa grossly aa it did about and downright stupidity of partsof but gKrme
take aa for me,
I long since too may ;
NATIONAL EDITORIAL The Unit.! Prm It mlltl1 t. tki tinA Turkey. foreign aid needs should be programs liberty or give me
ASSOCIATION '.' fapuklllltlM *f III l..ll .... !rlnt. In Cyprus' current internal fired by nine o'clock tomorrow ,' large to support and too complexto death.tj
i In tkn i Mwiiir ti will, ai ill UPI! difficulties the Brltiih bear a morning. understand. These specific
'1144 NIWI OitMtikii.ADVERTISINS further reiponilbllity Inasmuch How come foreign aid chief i weaknesses were perpetrated

at prior to Cypriot Independence David E. Bell, Budget Director ao hugely, year la and year -Memories-a
DEADLINI In 1960. the island for 82 1 Kermit Gordon White House out that ao honest stewardship

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT bad been under British economist adviser Walter W, of public funds could any 20 YEARS AGO j*
ly tki Were11 I PM. Privlui tk. leek I P M. Privliui Diy. years
..t.1, Nit.ciii I P.M. Pnvnui DDt.ll. .: Ull.in: D.ii'lln.t Fr.diy.. : rule. 4 Heller, et al, now find they longer stomach such an uncut Mr. and Mrs. Ambert Moot
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT The United States ii drawn have on hand $ee9 million they mesa, The vested interests In Mrs. Carl
Sunday Edltlcn-} P M. Thursday; M.nd.y Hltlen-1 P,M. FrMiyt Into It aa the leading power of swore up and down-and re- 'the aid agency nevertheless had ai their guests
Tuesday Edition-Nion Saturday; Widnndiy, Thursday and Friday NATO.Ai peatedly-that they didn't have simply repeated endlessly that rte Dunbar of Princeton, HI. W
Editi.nt-1 P,M. Tw. Days I III Adunn. In the years preceding Here was President Johnson : a cut would be fatal. 10 YEARS AGO S

Mimkir Siutkim N.wif.p.r Pukllikiri An.elitiiK Cypriot independence the central suddenly agonizingly hurled Into : But when Congressional courage .. Announcement was made ,nf;
Member Florida Prm Assesl.fl.a figure of the controversy facing large and Immediate prevailed what do we discover the engagement of Miss Virgin Iff
the bearded Greek Orthodox decisiona He was entitled to now? Suddenly there's E. Crlags daughter of Mr. soils:
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Archbishop Makirloi who became iloHda Tnffu Sa/t) Orawa being given the score, and given enough. Aid director Bell has Mrs Charles S. Crlggs, to Hatf

Sy Carnar at M.IIV. the first president of It right by men who would suddenly within days-found old E. Miller, son of Mr. anSi
..., IISIOl, t ",.nlh., ".101 1 "mantki. (4II I "' .nlh. ".15) Cyprus. really level with him. He stillIs $ee9 million still avsilabe from Mrs. C. E. Miller of Lakewood
....kly, II ii"ti. Slngl C.pliit Dilly S until, Sunday, 10 ..nl.. ,
Television I In ReviewBy previously voted funds and says
Given aa Island sharply divided Yet these special pleaders N. J. ft
TELEPHONE CY"-." 1.21 ltl between a Turkish Moslem let him lay his full prestigeon the fiscal 1964 economic aid S YEARS AGO I

minority and a Greek Orthodox RICK DU BROW Ship Lollipop." Then she and the line, and at once hold abroad can thus approximatelyequal Mora than 20 floats and If
population In four-to-one major. the Congress on the edge of 1963. bands had registered for the
ity, plus a constitution which United Press International Mill Ball teamed la a Charleston Its Christmas chairs, to do battle They cannot unsay what they SSth annual Florida Citrus Ex-

A Thought For Today from the beginning was unworkable HOLLYWOOD (UPI-Three sketch, with Lucy portray* with old Senate friends, and have been saying U Bell Gor position parade still a monUk

Makarlos nonetheless ladles of admirable characterand Erg a gas of a flapper Miss to go! into a regular barroom don and hailer knew that away. ., :

baa succeeded In generating ability, the Misses Lucille Merman, of course, chipped In brawl demanding no aid cut truth all the time, as Passman
"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, much of his own trouble. Ball Ethel Merman and Vivian with some of her famous songi. below 3.1 billion. "It's rock pointed out to them last sum Quotes From The Newe P
whatsoever thing art honest whatsoever things art The constitution worked out bottom," Mr. Johnson stated to mer, doesn't this represent the (Reg. V.I. Pat.: Off.) y
by British Greek, Turkish and Vance, teamed up Monday And Miss Ball also turned up former colleagues. 'I need every equivalent of unfaithfulness to By foiled Prow International,
just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever thingi an Cypriot representatives gave night and turned a situation .. a lady saxophone player onan nickel of it." The President Congress and to President WASHINGTON President

o/ good report; \f there be any virtue, and if there bt both the Greek majority and comedy Into a charming little amateur hour. of course, honestly thought he Johnson, no leas And if they Johnson In a statement hailini

any praise, think on these things. Phil. 4:8 the Turkish minority the right revue. Eo far at I know, Mill Ball did.In didn't know it, incompetencelike the approval by the House ol
of veto over such matters ai They were Joined and assisted perfect good faith the President on such a $669 million scale, the civil rights bill: I.
No stream rises any higher than its source and featured Is funnier than any studio boss makes them utterly unsuited to '
the "The
taxes, defense and foreign policy by expert comedian insisted to House subcommittee overwhelming pasiagf
no man rises any higher than his thoughts.Dr. and almost was a guarantee Mr. Gale Gordon, and In town, and hat more to laugb Chairman Otto E handle our cltlaens' money." .of the civil rights bill

Albert L. Carnett that government soon would all the doings took place on about Passmaa (DLa.) that failureto End quote: Henry J. Taylor. marked an historic step for

fall into a state of paralysis, Miss Ball's weekly CBS-TV program Swims equal last year'a economic (Reprinted by permission from ward for the cause of hums '
which it did.Makarlos which centered around The KBC-TV'i support abroad would be dan the World.Telegrsm and Sun, dignity in America. It repr*
quite rightly declared Miss Merman appearing In a "The Virginian" and ABC.TV'I"Th. gerous. He depended, of course, of New York). sent a culmination of lonr I I i
News-Chief EditorialsYour that the constitution Boy Scout show. Farmer'a Daughter" were I chiefly on Bell, Cordon and Interested citizens should months of hard work by mel
needed who watched officially renewed for next sea write Democratic Congressman of will la both "
some changes, but he Those Mondaynight's Heller.Passman. good parties. ,| inflamed the Turkish minority effort can only regret son. .Bob Hope's NBC-TV spa baa held hundredsof Otto E Passmaa of Louisianaand -- '

by moving to remove their veto Miss Ball's recent announceSwent elsl this Friday offers a sketch house hearings on the compliment him for standIng MIAMI Richard T. Olsen;';
United Fund. and with the comedian ai the husband up for the rights of our for Miss \
to abolish divided Turkish that she will not return subject, traveling to main attorney Universe
and Greek municipalities.He with her series next sesson, of the nstion's first lady spending centers, continuously citizens all over America, who leta-Marla Vargas, announcing
In a few days the annual United Fund drive will further complicated the and hope that she was not president, portrayed by Anne studied the whole setup from are entitled to know exactly that petty larceny charges;; j

'bf staged in our area. This year the goal of f 146,434 situation by declaring that ino- tirely aerloua. 0'1 I Bincroft.Actor Blackmer will top to bottom and knows the how our money Is being spent, brought against her had bee
sis (union with Greece) was not For though I situation Sidney facts fully, aa does Senate and how our President from dropped:
hu been set and should be able to reachit
realistically we the of Roosevelt
dead voice Theodore time to time is being deceivedby "This
clearly Indicating that ko dy la far from the ideal placeto Majority Leader Mike Mans was a complete, ntteimisunderstanding.
: Over the pact few years we have proved the worth would revive the traditional ambition see such a large talent, at t In ABC-TV's" Feb. W documentary field (D.-Mont.). some of his advisers. ."

of. the fund for it has met all, obligations, kept down of Greek Orthodox leaders least It keeps her on view, and I 1595"a Nel.onRockefell.r Pasamaa told the Presidentthat M''

solicitations and has actually saved money for most of aa quickly ai he thought he she is a wonder all right ia Interviewed onCBSTV's Bell's aid agency had about
"Face of the NIUon"March
could. tough, seasoned, and with a $670 million (he hit It righton TELEVISION DIAL
the people of the region. And the greatest one thing Cypriots never averse to rare sense of 'Judgment, restraint 8, and Barry .Goldwater the button) still uncommittedand

U. that our area has been able to ,support withwhlle, violence, brought out their guns and self-control. on .March IS. unspent. Standing his ION wm.TvJti
and the shooting started. All of these qualities were grounds, Be stated that If'' $3 wDSo'TN''v' WFU.r WFTY-TV
projects.When. ClMMMl I
CkWMl I CkwMMl t CkCMMl if
Greece, anxious that there visible In distilled, polished billion, or less new money was CSI NSC ASC CSS 5 .t.tOtfesd.
the workers come around don't put them should be no split within NATO form Monday night as the distressed AlmanacBy voted the agency would have Tents.* Orlde leaps ;
off; either sit down and write your check or make your I has preferred to remain as Miss Ball found herself available aa much economicaid I i

pledge. Most of those working on the fund are busy aloof as possible from the dispute sewing costumes while hopingto as list year and that onlya Tuesday NIGHT February 11,
The Turks have warned be In Miss Merman's show United Prese International limited reduction was indicated
people and in addition to the hours spent on the project that they will not stand The lines linen Today la Tuesday, Feb. U, in called '
by and were merely eo- "military assistance OiOO, -N'wi News, h."s, News, Weather '.1.. New :
they too make substantial gifts. The starting date is see Turkish Cypriots slaughter but In Miss Bill's delivery and the 42nd day of 19M with S24 to ," 4t15-Ssertc, W Ih.' Weather tdlUrlil, Spec Seerts, Wfh. f

February 25, so you have plenty of time to make up ed. expression one saw the perfection follow. Beginning last August, Rep, ti:>0-CIS News NIC New AIC NIWI CIS New ,
This Is the maelstrom into that other performersstrive The moon Is approaching Its Passman had confronted Bell, 4.4t. -CIS N.w N.C News C'eriu R..rt CIS New
your mind. Again, let'n be sure that we make the grade; which the United Elites DOW for. new phase. Gordon and Heller alike with

failures aren't our way of doing business. baa been drawn.Contingent Well, of course she got Into The evening stars are Venus this fact. But the committeegot Till 700-Mvsntures- Pared; h Award"Drum. nut f." The The Rebel Rebel' Ivrftld Syrfildi* ** \ 'I

upon approval of the show, which comprised a and Jupiter DO place Having received TilO: Advintyrii la Ciry Crint C mkt Surfild:: e V '
Makarlos the U. S, his agreedto hefty part of the half hourandthe Those born today Include what Passmsa described as 'on ,.41- Paradise D.kifik Kerr C*", k.. larfild 41:00Red Vj
Crazy Mixed Up Weather. Join other NATO nations In swift spoofing acts, la Thomas Alva Edison, who had ly evasion and doubletalk' from J
Skiltia Award Tkiitr
supplying troops to police the Vaudeville style, were present..d over one-thousand Inventions, the aid director, he stated Inaa |:,||-td Skilti Award Tkntr Cimk.t C.mk.t Red R.d n.IIOII Slultan
As a normal thing our weather through this stretchis peace In Cyprus pending arbi with enviable pace and lean at Milan Ohio, In 114T.Oa interview with this writer SiiO, -Ra4 Skiltin" Award Th...,* MiHili's Navy Rid Shalt* "
generally nice. We have the usual number of cool tration. D.... this day In history (August 21)) that Bell ahouldrastga. Si4t-IUd Skiltiii Award. Tkntn MtHili'i Navy Hid Skiltm
I Maksrtos has agreed In principle A young boy started thingsoff In lilt Germany advised the ..
days and intermittent rain but we don't have it day .,iOO '... .... .. ,
but on the condition that with some fresh, wholesome V.S. ambasssdor In Berlin that 'Dr. BeU has the habit of Richard liiitt The ftn.t.it ,. ...t

after day such as we've had this year We don't wish the peace force should be answerable dancing. Shortly thereafter, the central powers intended to writing letters that say one till f,itO--Juk JunitlM 1.nny Rnkir Skew lime Th.Skew riitut I* Earth Juk Juoselee bony At !,

to rush spring but it's about time that we have some to the United Nations Miss Ball was on hand with a sink all armed enemy mer thing and mean another.' the :4S-Jit tinny Skew Skew .n Earth Jack luny I
: Security Council wherein the delightfully hokey juggling act. chantmen without warning after chairman stated. I find It absolutely
good warm sunshine, makes everyone feel much better. the Soviet Union possesses a Then Gordon and Miss Vance March 1. impossible to get him 10Oo-.c.: ." Mir. Tilipkam H.., The FugtNe Garry M..,* |
We realize that it it only a matter of a few weeks veto a condition unacceptableeither tiptoed through a song and In 1(37, General Motors to level with me or the com I Oil I-Oirry Mere Tiliakini Hear Th. Futlll"! Larry Mir 4

until our cool days will be behind us. Maybe we are to the United States or dance Then Miss Ball again, agreed to recognise the CIO mitten (:1041 ICilO::: ::C.rry S.rry M.in Miar T.I.ekaee T.lepheoe: H Hear* r The Tk* Fue'tl'l Fmltlv;\ \ Gamy Gamy: Meere W..r>Ji

too impatient but we still want some of those soft Britain. this time doing the speeded-up United Automobile Workers Un But when President Johnson
Russia also has dipped In its motions of an old silent film took over, the aid managers I I 1)00): -NIWI News, Spt, Wtr NiwtUi News, Spirts
warm zephyrs and we imagine that the reader has ex oar, siding with the Greek majority drama and reminding us that ion.In 1943, Gen Dwight Elsen hauled out their same smokescreen 11:ill-Sarti, W'tkir Tinl kt Skiw Et.ri.l, Wtk.r Wtkir. E'Uriel

actly the same thoughts. and Makarios, presumably there have been few greater hower was made a full general complex contentions and Ili4l IdJO:: =Tkntn tbs Stan*f Tinlekt Tinlqkt: Skew Strew lit Late th.w Skew I7K 17th Prulni Pnclnit: 4"
--- because the strong Cypriot comediennes, ever. In the United States Army. fiscal abacadabra, There's an y

Communist party is confined to Miss Vance, In curia and a In IMS, President Franklin old bureaucratic maximum: 'U MORNING
BOrr-BlAXTCD BURGLARS lars. the Greek community.U. girlish dress, followed this with D. Roosevelt, Prime Minister you cant convince the boss Wednesday February ft
LONDON (UPI) Burglars But they may have a soft S. and British hopes ire a dandy version of ShirleyTemple Winston Churchill and Marshal confuse him.' It was mighty
i who broke into a tobacco shop spot for the British wartime based Josef Stalin ended their weeklong : ,011-0.11. Taday Stew Geed Diy
on a belief that Maksrlos singing "On The Good easy for anybody to get caught
where air Winston Churchill leader because they left behind World War IIAIh.b.t Taday Skew New Geed Day
conferenceat In such quicksands, especially 7il )-Waka-U, Taday Stew Mlikli lease Slid Diy t.
buys his elgara escaped with a a batch of cigars which bad his
haul worth thousands of dol. name on them. RADIO can afford neither to permit the Yalta.A since President Kennedy's original .41- M.vl.t T.cI.y Stew M.tti.; hut fend Diy \

situation to drift Into all-out thought for the day-Russian higher request was pegged much I:09-Ciptild: T*Jay. Stow Miskie Eras C.hln t(
civil war nor Into partition, both dictator I:II- Kiitgin Tdy Sh.w Mtekie Lease Kango.. ioj:
DAILY CROSSWORD of which at the moment seem Josef Stalin once The aid agency, State Department I.J9-Captain: T.J.y Ska* C.rt.envllte C.I.ln 4'
WINT Imminent possibiltles.Mesnwhle said: "History shows that there and other spending S.41- Kii>*...* Tday Stew C.rtaanvill Kangaree ;
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9 I= Miss Kathy Keith Accepted At Sweet Briar I

Miss Katharine Ann Keith a student at Winter Haven Senior High School,"

ia among: the accepted applicants at Sweet Briar College Sweet Briar Va.

Miss Keith daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. Perry Keith 1985 Ninth Street, SB

Is one of the students accepted under the Early Decision Plan, having electedto

apply only to Sweet Briar at the beginning of their senior year in secondary I
tSo .
hf ,1 school. Miss Keith will enter Sweet Briar in September.

by BilUC CUI3 Mr. and Mrs. Omar Me. Mr. and Mrs George Arm. Hugo Wurl wai admitted ,

Duff Mr. and Mra. Owen inftoo are newcomers to Win yesterday to the Winter Ha.

Program"Lift For St. Agnes Blsf-tt, Dr. and Mrs. Ronald ter Haven, and are getting yen Hospital
Religious i
f McKlnnls, Mr. and Mn. Her.
A r. man Jones, Mr and Mr. settled In their newly pur
i Vp Your Voice la March 11th. Those with art. James Kesterson, Mr. and chased home on Tangerine The "Mr. and Mn. Val-

Gentleness and Klndnesi" Idea to donate are liked to Mra. Clifford Scott Mr. and Parkway They formerly re entire Party and Covered

wii the Christian Religious take them to the "arlsh Hall Mrs, James Conner, Dr. and tided in Ohio.Pjthlan Dish Supper that via scheduled .

Education program given by the afternoon of March 10th. Mri. George Westbrook Mr. for February 13, at theWomaa'
Mri. J. Bernard Scott Jr. Hostesses for the meeting and Mrs. C. D. Atkins Mr
Sisters, Haven Temple Club of Winter Haven
and Mri. Edmund David for were Meadamei John Wood, and Mrs. Ken Hastings Rex
members of St. Agnei Guild George Dormon, George Williams Gilbert, Joe BelVr, George 2S, will meet Thursday la cancelled.The .
of St. Paul's Episcopal ChurchIn and Jack Allen. Best, Reed Sutherland TM1 night at eight o'clock in the

Lf the Pariah House. Members present were Mlsa bur Eons, Dr, Fred Wenzel, K: of P Hall. Installation of Woman'i Club choral
} The two panelists based Amelia MacAUster Me .- James Traviss, Ed Gillette, officers, which bad been slated group will rehearse Thursdayat
their talks on excerpts from dame George Chsmblln Harold Larson and Bob Cart for that evening, has been 9 a.m., Saturday at 2:30: .
f- k the icrlptures.Mri. William Raley Charles er all attended a meeting of and .
postponed to Februaiy 27th. p m. Sunday at S:43 p m.
J. Lapsley Smith Walsh C. H. Raynor William the Florida: Section of Food Mist Mardell Smith, la director.
spoke about the war In South O. Klnnebrev, Varrlck Smith Technologists in Orlando Fri Mr, and Mn. Charles C. '
Viet Nam where her husband Lovick Smith, R. E. Wolter. day night. Miller and five children have
e4; la military intelligence Robert Shrlver Con R. Lit. moved to Winter Haven from

advtior. tie, Floyd Tyndall, Kay Thom. Mr. Harrison Ambrose Jr. Michigan. They are residingon '
The Rer. Cyril N. Sturrup son, C W. Smith, Frailer Is visiting with friends on Elm Street NW. New nivaIs-
announced that Winter Haven Mooty, Jack McKay, Carlton St. Thomas in the Virgin Is.
will soon have a Seminarian DOff, Frank Sparrow Mar lands. Mn. George Lamed Is expected
at the University of shall Hampton, Sidney Cart to arrive this week Mr. and Mri. Rex 0. SU..-
the South, Suwanee Tenn. er, B. M. Clement, Jack Mr. and Mn. Walter Bnch- from her home in Valdosta, son are the parent of a ion
Announcement was madeof Straughn, Russell Hales, per of Troy, Mich have arrived Ga. to visit her brother and born at 10:22 a.m. yesterday -
the Shrove Tuesday pancake Tony 'Kalogridis, J. B. Scott to spend the remaind sister-ln.law, Mr. and Mra. In the Winter Haven Hospital. .
MISSED the show
YOU and afternoon WaiUram end
morning ityUtoday to be sponsored Jr. The baby weighed in at six--
1.0rfswllr supper and De- er of the winter aeaaon here.Mri. John Hanna and her godchildren -
In Nora Auditorium, still have chine to ett.n and final fourteen and half
Mayo you e today from five to eight p.m. Witt Taylor. Lea and Lynne Noll pounds, a
vent It scheduled for tonight at seven-thirty. Admission li fr... Among th. models by the Episcopal Young C. If. Ortt Worthy twin daughters of Mr. and ounces.A .

showing iportsweer for Rheineuen an., l I.ft to right, Mn. Eric Weitphel, Mrs. K.nn.th Churchmen. Matron of the Order of East. Mri. Richard Noll and a daughter was born at
Jackson and Miss Pam Coon.y. Leading appliance dtalerl In th. area, sponsors, have Mn. C. W. Smith It chairman .
Past Presidents ern Star, will conduct initiation niece and family, Mri. Mon- 2:11: p.m. yesterday in the lo
their" laundry (lino on diiplay and a horn aeonomlit will ba on hand to d.monstrat. up- of the rummage sale to ceremonlea to'ght at roe Alderman Mra. LaHood cal hospital to Mr. and Mri.
to-dato laundry mathodi. be held in the Parish HallBitterTodd Parley Luncheon eight o'clock in the K of P will also apend some time In W. Ed Cook of Halnei City.

Hall. All members and visiting Plant City visiting with an. The baby' weight was re-
The Past Presidents Parleyof members are Invited. Asocial other niece and family Mr. corded at eight pounds, eight
Bridge Players
the American Legion Auxiliary hour will follow the and Mri. Tony Mike. and a quarter ounces. ..",

Mn. Ben Thomson, !dr.. dish met recently luncheon for at a covered the meeting. The Elks Auxiliary will The latest-Idea in cover*.'

Morton Miller and Mri. Nor- Miss Lucy Margaret Ritter Tampa Electric Leisure Mr.. and Mn. Albert Griffin meet Thursday at the club ups: a strapless bib apron. _
mon Ruiton were hostesses daughter of Mri. Annie I. Room. Hoatessea were Mrs. an enjoying the Gasparllla for a luncheon, business meetIng which goes on and off without -' *'
Friday to the Morning Bridge Ritter and Paul Ritter of Win Bert Owen and Mra. Gertrude festivitle this week In and bridge. Members are mussing even the most
Players in the Civic Center. Farley. Tampa.Mr. reminded that this li the last ornate hair. Tile top Is a.M\
Winners in bridge were { ter Haven, was married on call for the payment of duea. form fitted ..If. supporting
During the business meetIng -
Samuel Rutherford
21 to -
William Reuse W. December
Headamea presided over by the and Mrs Robert E. The board of director will bodice. Attached to it la any
L. Thompson, Carroll Phil- Todd Jr., Ion of Col.
Chairman Mri. Lewis Clark Wlnatrom have arrived from meet at 11:30.: ample apron skirt.
Lewis and Mn. Samuel R. Todd of
lips, Mary Spencer
members their home In Toronto, Canada
were urged to count
Tost. Door prizes went to Philadelphia, Pa.
the hours had and plan to spend the remainder
they served
Mra. Thomson, Mn. J. V. The nuptial man was celebrated
at the food booth of the winter icaion
at the Horse
John the Rev. David
Causey and Mri. Arthur by
"'Do Paul Kern at historic St. Show. Plans were also discussed here. MAIO

Valentino Sapper Ann'i Episcopal Church, Th for the food booth MHPC HEAR
The Green Thumb Garden
to be held
f The Valentina them was Bronx. Ha and the Rev. Robert Exposition. during the Citrus Club will meet at eight p m. o Q:; J THE THINGS VW 1
tarried out In every way at H. Shaw of Trinity Church I at the home of Mri. "L
The next meeting will be Thursday WANT TO NEAR.. ,
of the rri- Va. officiatedat
the buffet supper Frederlcksberg,
held on February 26 at the Norman Heck. The programwill
Bridge the service and were ... > BEITERI
day Morning
'. j jG home of Mrs. Harry Crab- be on orchids with Fred .
alt the Rev. Kenneth
the Civic Center. silted ry
tree with Mn. Llndaey Mac- Patterson at the ipeaker.
A large red heart Morris of Armonk, N. Y.. the
Calla as hostess.
light In the center Rev. Cuthbert Pratt of Trinity
Those attending the meet. Mr. and Mn. Leo Grover
natal table with two Church, Philadelphia, and of Silver N. Y. Maico Aid Service
log were Mesdames Owen, Springs, arehere Hearing
Crpidi at the baia. the Rev. Andrew Mason of
for the remainder of
Farley, Susan Wood
blecloth wai trimmed St. Ann' Anderson Drug Store Winter Haven
winter .
George Hintze, Christine Hood the season.Mr.
rd heart A bowl The bride was given in mar. Jets Glass, Crabtree, Mac Mr. G. C. Hearn, Consultant Thursdays 9 to. 12
with red net and rlage by her father and wore Service 'r
Batteries Aeceieorlei Repair
Call I, Virgins Marottt. and Mri. C. A. For.;
filled with flowers at '1 a short gown of ivory Feauda George Palmer, J. R. Peck burger are here from Michigan j MAIN O"ICI- W. Phi. .."..-. Orl....
er table "II. Sole and lace. and B. E. Nelson. for a winter holiday I
During the bridge 1fy.7" Mill Loren Wolflnbarger
man plastic bon bon ,- was maid of honor, and Missel
Interlaced with red '. Audrey Kern and Cynthia
which candy hearts Kelley were flower girls.
placed further James Gambril was best

Valentine motif, ai S. R. TODD JR. man and Lt George Ritter
beart trimmed taHlei.Mrs. brother of the bride, and
Arthur Johntoa Peter Goldmark were ushers.A .
chairman of Hears Talk On Lincoln buffet supper was held I L
and table at the home of the Rev and
lilted by the Board. spoke Mri. H. Rife, chairman of Mri David P. Kern following ,

D. Burt, chairman of Develop. the Scholarship Committee the ceremony.
dub, far a cordial! announced a Joint effort of The Toodi are at home in

to the members, Woman'i. at the Woman'i Club ,Chorus New York City.

and guests preientThere showing and the Scholarship Committee .'
were 18

Joyed bridge,during and other the the He on have 12:30: on pm.Febuary when 17 they, 1964 will at Mrs. Dennis GOT THE URGE TO SPLURGE?? '

Mri.Winners Charles in Ltaebaugh cards causes a "Scholarship at the clubhouse Special"luncheon Gives Program"The
make his
followed by an operetta, a
John Ballantlne, Mri.
con Printed Word In
"for fun" afternoon Men and
Heiiler W.
situation friends are invited. Donationfor Your Life" was the program
Carrell Phllllpi and to be of the Scholarship Fund presented by Mri. Richard
Boae. at the Luncheon and operetta will Dennis when Theta Nu Chapter -
Door prizes were ba two dollars. of Beta Sigma Phi met
Mesdames Ruth li a Mri. H. Green announcedthat this week at the home of
Ruby Scanlon, Helen the the "Mr. and Mri." Valentine Mri. Jimmy Cox with Mri.
and Jack: Hollmeyer. every Party scheduled for Doyle Gardner 11 cohostesi.Mri. .

that February 13, had been post Dennis gave aa one
outlined poned. She announced the highlight of her speech, the
happened Book Review on February 20 statement that "Fine Writing
f 7 when Lin and that the Sewing Contest li Expression on the
during the will be held on that urn afternoon Highest Plane." She continued O

.' . ..... continued after the sandwich by explaining that Lit
PM'y each sue- luncheon. Members will vote erature develops understanding

was and the on the fashions this year. She of our fellow beln,., educates
t' alto announced the District t ui to the history of
hiddM govern- Fine Art Festival on February
', our nation and develops in-
Insert and If that fever known virus has filtered Into 'don't
21 at the Sebring Hotel light I into our Christian faith perennial ei new ear your system
with atructure. and the ,Junior Woman'a Club Mn. Ken McCutcheon aa
... hug powers presi Valentine Dance on February slated Mrs Dennis through despair. You can buy that shiny new automobile with the help of an Auto Loan from ;
14. out the program by reading a
'.. The tea table, decorated :
... ended hli excerpts from various work the EXCHANGE BANK.
.. ." "If with heart. and flowers ia aVslentine of Literature to illustrate .
theme, Wit centered .c
of interest
man, t
with huge red tulips in a :
; :: .."? milkwhite container with the "Our Records American from the Heritage"wer aerlei Low rates and plenty of time to repay. And you 'don't Have to wait around for the :
the quail-
.i1 : red and white repeated in the
Great of
made common Lin napkin Committee and cookies.chairman The Tea was our put played.history are men portray red tape to be removed, either *!

and did ed m giving lome of their
DeReui, her
Mn. Roy committee -
t the aver ,. most famous speeches
M J. W. Danter,
bad great Mra. Tom Davidson, Mrs. Attending the meeting were Satisfy that urge. Choose the model and male ear you want, then see us. .,;
... were Mesdames Jimmy Cox, Rich
.. Walter C. Davit, Mn. B. W. .
Lincoln Olin Mri. Carl Eglin, Mn. ard Dennis, C. B. Ewell, r
Ameri Anthony B. EM Mri. Leon Doyle Gardner, Thomas Griffin ..
.; humil Ellis Mri. Paul Englund and Ken McCutcheon Jim
laugh Mra Claria Evani. Miles C. Buddy Rodgen, C.
of the Mri. Frank Goanell chose M. Shim Jr. and Murray I ..
; of pur- for the devotional subject, Gay.
to do be Between"
"The Year. Alpha
certainly and Omega and the span of The latest atralner baskets 4It
the great life between for kitchen sinks are made ofa "The Bank You Can Always Depend

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;Dr. Harry Ford I County Commission NewsContinued I Dr. Bliss SpeaksAt Lake(Continued Alfred From Page One) /Pilot Members Attend Meeting I IThe

( From Page One) some boundary lines to coincide -
put them in. This the city wasn'twilling
eluding retirees within the I with the new ones established I regular monthly business lowing general asslgnmenti
Rescued From CIA to do. meeting of the Pilot Club of Mrt. Eleanor Smith advance
county by win is: WWI !,SOl: The firat for voting dealt with precincts the areas Meeting The commission decided to Install Winter Haven was held last orders; Mrt. Giles 1', Van

WWIIIU22j; Korean war 5.062: of the Justices of the Peace street lights at Penn Ave. night at the Park Restaurant Duyn, scheduling; Mrt. Ralph

all other 242. In summary i a which would adjust their jurisdictions The Polk County CluiroomTcher and Cummings St.. and at Win. The president, Mill Alice E. Thompson, special advance

Lake AlfredI total of $6,070,558 a year o r along the precinct L .' Association held itt ona Ave. and Orange St.; voted Sherman, presided over the contribution; Mrs Rife Snell,
to purchase a small lawnmowerfor Mr. M. L. Snead, Mrt.
$505,879 a month la paid out line. regular meeting lilt night at I meeting.All George
I' The second was the correcting Bartow Junior High School. cutting grass between curbs members were urged to Barber, and Mrt. E. R. Mo-
Dr. Harry Ford, an executive to the veterans or dependents and sidewalks; voted to re-
of an error at Gordonvilleto Herbert Glover, of Winter attend the Area Workshop to Kenney, chairmen; Mrt. L.
on the staff of the Lake Alfred a, t Imbun the Chamber of Com
In Polk County during 1963. .,
Carl Knorr, Fruitmen'i
place that area In its proper)' Haven president, presided b* held on Feb. 29 In Tampa, Dinner;
Experiment Station, spent 25 the of $100 used for
merce sum Mrt. J. H. Whitney and
Pilot Club of Ybor Mr.
precinct number of 87 Insteadof over the meeting. with the
minutes in Lake Alfred clinging Reports Filed 30 as shown on the The special guest speaker, Christmas lights: wrote off, at City a* hostess. In charge of A. D. Thornton, Anchor Clubs;
to hit overturned sailboat Both the request of the city clerk, will be Mrt. Mrt. E. R. Dantzler, art work
paased. m.p.1 Dr. Walton B. BUM, of the the workshop ;
Gene Giles of District
afternoon before be 1 tmcollectable water bills
yesterday reported
MIll Harriet Ann Owen
National Education Association, Gent Dodd of St. Augustine, parade
could attract attention on shore a total of $1,159.19 wa amounting to about .$100 incur Governor and : Mrt. John 1C. Mitchell. dia.
He was pulled from the water taken In during the put nine Mission Work spoke Glitter to of the Profenlon"group on ,"The Ha red by people who had moved p.t former I. officer District plays; Mitt Vera Oehlberg,-in.
a .
about 12:30: p m. by the rescue month. with expenses of $343- away: turned over to a collector formation flips Mrs.
committeefor ;
squad of the Lake Alfred Fire .16. Frank Stanley reported (Continued From Page One) I was Introduced by 0 t o r g a bill of $68, which It claimsIs The officers nominating for the Thompson, Miss Sally Aberne Ralph
Department, called by a pas $$10.178 with expeniea of $5,' Holy Land tours, declared that MRS. HELENS H. MORRIS Flack Jr., program chairman.In owed the city by former City was named. The members thy, Mrt. J, W. Young, and
other business the minutes year
who attracted 736.34 in District 3. the Christian witness in Israel Walcott.
terby finally waa Manager George Miat Harriet Ann Owen
are Mrt. John K. Mitchell, depository
by his ahouts. Lebanon, Syria and Jordan bas were read by Mrs. Jesse The Commission will get
and Mrt.
Mist Vera Oehlberg and Mrt. ; Margaret B.
Dr. Ford was chilled from Bids OpenedBids grown immeasurably in the Mrs. Morris Chambers, secretary; and thetreasurer'i prices on barbecue pit or grills Ralph Thompson with Mrt. Dana, publicity.
past 15 years and that the Influence report was given by
his long Immersion but apparently for use at Highlands
for a one half ton pick. Norman Dardo.It Giles F. Van Duyn and Mist
the faith has
otherwise unharmed helpedto and Highlands Community
waa up truck were mad in the about was also announced that Sara Bernt at alternates. A report Lake Adds
bring better relation Eagle
Club also of trees for
amount and the trade-in will be mad at the March
with the Named GOPMrs. next PTA
Islamic county-wide meeting
world. By the same area voted to secure
Queen For A ;
Day by the following firms: Lake Miss Patterson cited numerous Is scheduled to be held on May three local bids for construction meeting. (Continued From Page One)
(Continued From Page One)) land Ford Co., $1,699.84 $U5: examples of the closer Mr. John 1C. Mitchell, recently they voted not to hang an arrow
I cooperation of a 18 foot by 10 foot con
Dibits will be moved to the Bunker Hill (Dodge) U7l.13- between the Roman Helene M. Morris of crete bathhouse and Investigate elected secretary of on the traffic light pointing
walls and aeating placed In this $200; Halley Ford $1,690-4175: Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Armenian Sarasota 11.Senator Lake Region Community Nursing toward the picnic area on the
today announced her advisability of putting in
Tat (International Council Pilot
Phillips ) Slates sponsored by
area. The telecast will be monl and Nestorlan church i lake.
candidacy for the office of Republican a permanent dock, instead of that the
$1,759.30 $100; Chevrolet Club, reported for
tored to this area, and sound et In these lands and of the the floating dock at On business concerning the
Center $1,73 $100; Franslsw national committeewoman present 1983-64 year 72 patients were
that help Christian department they turned:
will also be available ao are giving the police
Internatonab Highlands Subdivision Beach on
tine part of the audience will Gilbert ( $1.808 60 xio.ooo Arab refugees, many of for Florida. Pollution Big Lake Swoope.At served, 672 visit made, 1554H over to the police commission

be able to see and bear the $160; and Pandamls Chevrolet whom are Christian in their! She la treasurer of the Republican Study I the close of the meeting, miles traveled and 387 hourt er the question of buying uniforms
1688.21 $183. It was liven In this service Other Pilots
show faith. She predicted continued State Executive Committee Mayor Telford advised that for the school crossing
moved that the bids be filed serving on this board for
The ticket distribution I I. rather for[ study, carried. growth of the Christian (influ of Florida and state Word has been received in there would be a meeting Monday the current year art bits guards. They did tell him not
complicated. Application There enc In the Near East. Winter Haven that U. S. Sen. at 7:30: p.m. In city hall, to buy new uniforms.
was only one bid for committeewoman for Sarasota James A. Daniel, Mrs E. R.
will be distributed throughout truck Using a passsg from the Edmund 8. Muskie, (D) of for the purpose of organizing They took under consideration
which Alice
a Jeep pickup was Dantzler, Mitt E. Sherman -
the citrus belt. Eastman said, from Streeter Buick Inc., It Book of Revelation, "Behold I County, Maine will hold a hearing In a LittUa League baseball team. and Mill Sally Abernethy. purchasing a new radio

.. to that the widest possible coverage was: $2,94471 with a trad*.in set before you an open door She hat been In politics !In Tampa at the Post Office building Miss Grace Bullock Anchor for the police department. It

will be attained, insuring of $1,15515 and if there was no which no man can close," Dr Florida for 15 yean, associate on air pollution. The bearing FLORIDA STOCKS I. Club Chairman, announced that would also be used by the civil

that everyone In the citrus pro. trade-in the price would be $2,. Voelkel declared that Korea ian with the national, state and will start at 1:30: a.m., Here are the 1 p.m. closingson the annual Mother-Daughter defense unit.
during area will be able, If they 62956. illuminating example of how Thursday. February. 20. Florida stocks as reportedby I The council will have about
banquet of the Winter Haven
wish, to come to Winter H.. Other bids were for reglstra. the force of Christianity fin county A Republican committee. Those who b. ib en asked Francis I. duPont and Co. High School Anchor Club wouldbe 50 Identification cards printedfor
nativ* of Boston, Mss,
prevail against overwhelming Air Control 21%
yen, see the TV show, view !ion forms with the following odds such she came to Sarasota In 194. to be present are: Robert Electric held on Feb. 20 at 6 p.m the police and fir depart
aa presented by the Tampa 25%
the Exposition: and thereby get firma and bids read Barker Rutledge, of Mutual; DonaldS. ments.
: following four and a half at the high school cafeteria. All
onslaughts of Florida
the year 28Vi
the Telephone
an Idea of how the Industry Business Forms $55640; South. Ruislans and the Chinese in the Army as a major. McLean, Bartow, presidentof Plant Industries Zit members are Invited and Miss John W. Burr, one of the

I I. promoted through the Citrus ern Office Equipment Co., $!,. against "little Korea Japanese the hermit She was a pioneer in the development the Polk County Cattlemen's Sherman will Install the new I commissioners, was appointedto

Exposition. 225; Rose Printing Co., $548; nation, which has main of the Republican Association and Ed Llghtfoot of UlAN, Jordan (UPD-Klng Anchor Club officers It was the Polk County Development

Applications for ticketstwoto Merritt Frets, Lakeland $459- tanned It. Christian faith des Party in Saraaota, having been Lakeland. lusseln of Jordan, In a new reported that the Auburndal Board.
an applicant I Is the limit- .60; and Standard Register Co., pit all attempts to destroy it." founding member and twice Other Interested parties willable demonstration of Arab unity, Ugh School Anchor Club would After completing a traffic
must be mailed to the Citrus 1194.07.. These too were filed Dr. Voelkel showed how the elected president of the Wo- be to attend the bearing said Monday ha soon will recognize raid a special meeting on Feb. study of the entire city, the

Exposition headquarters here for study Japanese did their best to destroy men's Republican Club, a member In Tampa on Thursday and on the Yemen republican 27 at 7:30 in the school library. AAA gave Eagle Lake a very
..Ticket will then be mailed to the Christian churches in of the Board of the Florida Friday Senator Muikle's com regime and meet with U.A.R. Mrs Mary Jo Elswick, general good report, Indicating that the

the .applicant on firat-come. Beads ResolutionTom Korea during World War II and Federation of Republican Wo- mitte Is expected to tour the resident Gsmal Abdel Nasser I chairman of the 1964 city conformed very well to all

first served basis. Applicants Hyman, administrative how the Communist invasion of men, and Finance Chairman affected ar.... whenever necessary. I Bread Day, announced the fol recommendations

jive to specify their first and business manager for the Commission the 1950's was directed primarily for the 7th Congressional DI..
second choice of days they read a resolution from I toward the obliteration of trict. She is a member of the -

wish to attend. the Advertiiing and Publicity the faith. Yet despite these aasulti Women't National Republican
Each ticket hat a form attached Committee which praised the Korean Christianity to- I Club, New York City, and of

... which Is filled out and Commission for its cooperation day has over '.000 congregations several local Republican clubt .
fumed In when the ticket.hold. ill with more than halt
helping to clean-up the lakes a ,
,. er-enters the hall. This form for fishing thus creating a better million communicant. and a _

says: If I am chosen Queen place for tourists as well as constituency several times large Science School : A 9 S OQ I TON
For a Day, my wish would home folks. er. giving this country the large '
( From One
be The ticketholder fill. In eat proportionate Christian population )
the wish and then gives the Various Items of any Asiatic country. Drive, he is married to the of Winter HavenSERVING
former Mary Louis
Reason. "Truly Korea It a .ihlnlni Kennedy
The show staff goes through County Engineer Waldo Fieldngs testimony to the validity and They have three children,
-tb... during the warmup perl- recommended to the Com Immortality of the Christian George 1] year* old; Susan,

''bl!," and picks five who are mission that the money for the faith," said Dr. Voelkel, "mer- 12; and Barbara, seven.

called to the stage by Bailey work at the Hospital be released ting our full support as we Dr. DUller received hi. THE SAVER
to take part that day. that an Inspection had keep; open the door which no bachelor and master degree
There is no prearrangement been made of the rebuilt area man shall shut. from the University of Florida AND HOME OWNER

about these i I choices-they art and that it. was In order. This The Assembly continued at and later, in 1953, received his
from was don. .I 0:30 this Ph. D. from Case Institute of
the audience In morning! when theRein I
attendance and do not know Engineer Fielding said that C. N. L. Sturrup preslded Technology. ad.La
they will go on tel!-viaion until he i had had a letter from the at the session where Capt. Prior to joining John Hop The Specialized Job of Saving gaocialt siv

their names are announced local Garden' Club asking that Robert C. Jones, head of the kin. In 1957, he was an aero
hey be allowed to place six Church Army of the Episcopal nautical research scientist at
foot podocarpus treea In the Church the NACA Lewis Laborator
New EstimateContinued spoke on "Th Ministry
sidewalk in front of the county of Christ to a Changing Modem and a research supervisor for t

( From Page One) buildings. Commissioner Floyd World." and Dr. John Randolph International Mineral and
to date Is well below average, Wood and with L. W. Dunaon Taylor, Southern Presbyterian Chemical Corporation.
Indicating tree are becoming Immediately voiced their opinion minister of Washington D.C. Hit many professional activities /

Stabilized after the 1962 freeze. that it would Indeed help and former missionary to Include membership in the

There was no change In theIl.pefrult to beautify the area. (Both are China.: discussed "The Rcvolu- Combustion Institute, the Bumblebee iASSOCIATION

estimate of 28 nil- running for re-election.) The lion of Rising Expectations." Propulsion Panel, Sigma
lion boxes. offer was accepted.A Both speakers were heard XI, Phi Kappa Phi, and Sigma ,

Rutledge added that sales of right-ofway contract was gain at the noon forum luncheon Tau.An i I _
all citrus products are "excel received from the state on a In the church social ball Associate Fellow of the

lent." He also said "w* still anticipate ectlon of road on SR-60 from where the Rev. J. G. Drswdy American Institute of

the Industry being able Alturaa to U.S. Highway 27 of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Lies and Astronautics, :Aeron.u'l;
to sell 65 million gallons of concentrate which would run through the was the moderator. The speak- erous published I Hardest
at 27 to 28 cent per. southern edge of Lake Walet. era spoke on the theme "What over combustion, propulsion, Working
6-oz. can at retail, which la the This has been one item that I. the Church Doing Toward and the development of ram
current national average Sales lad held up any finalizationOn Healing a Broken World?" and lets. He hat been in Europe Dollars
the twice to of hit In Town I
of concentrate today are right' project. answered numerous questions : present some ..
Also the right to secure various papert.Ht .
on ichedule and we art now In from the floor
rlghts-ot-way for a SR from wit techntcan editor of
the process of evaluating what Dr. Taylor and Mr*. Rota'sge
effect the cut In personal In. Homeland to U.S. 92 was given Welch of Chicago address the AIAA publication, "Aero
Engineer Fleldings from the nautics and Aerospace Englnewing" .
come taxes will have on citrus the young adult. dinner
tales. state. meeting held In the social hall and was recently II ee
at 6:15: Monday named editor of the "Journ
Mutual It predicting the Inventory evening.
of frozen concentrateswill Announce Meeting The Assembly will close at of Spacecraft and Rockets", ale

"be only somewhat higher Chairman McCutcheon 7:20: tonight with the Rev. J.R. ao published by the AIAA.
anounced -
During World War U b*
when Blackwood, of First Pretyterlan
concentrator begin utilizing that on Tuesday, Feb.
served in the Philippine.
Valencia (late next monthor 25 at 7:30: p.m. there would be Church, presiding. The
the first few days In April) a meeting held in the Commission speakers will be Mrt. Welch
than the to talk OD "On the Path In Nigeria"
15.4 million gallons room over the Of Color Printingand
and Dr, H. G. Bovenker Dutch
normal road ,
carryover on Dec 1 of last projections on the
year" county and state. Reformed missionary to Japan
The various oa "New Books for New Peo- Hair Styles
Up to date more than 1 million municipalities of "
boxes of Valencia have been the county have been Invitedto pies, dealing with world lit-

utilized, mostly in fresh fruit send representative to the erac,. Seine .( cue .u..."' .... lava
channels, and grapefruit supplies meeting so that the proposed Dr. G. M. Cooler addressed secured ui lately .f trying t* beck
the Business and Professional .l.imi t. sets prlntin
road would Of |
remaining, compared to programs dovetail Women' Club Monday evening with the c.l.rful hate Ityl.l .f th.Iev.ly Just as soon as you place your dollars In our
with care
anything that
the same date last the communities ,
year, are and Dr. Voelkel the Kiwanis ladies In .ur lent ffie..
about one million boxes less bad planned. Club at noon today. TonlEbt they report for duty to our loan department. Their
list year, the Mutual official Dr. W. E. Cox, United Lutheran Whtt,r It ..l*.i, .". geed) cut
said.Following. Couldn't Malta It will speak at the Legion fence says, 'It Certainly adds t. work will be to help our people buy, build or fix
)'esterda)"'. estimate David B. Lee, Stat Board of meeting:' and Miss Pattersonwill the cli..ffuln ii .f sue ...,.the. upa

and light chang In the Health said In a telegram that address the Junior Wo t.unttr tm.ipii.rt home, refinance a mortgage duties that create

Valencia crop, field buying It It, was Impossible for him to man's Club tonight. Drs. Cox
expected to get under way with I meet today on the pollution and Taylor .poke this morning Our Ctrl' Frld.y n.i lad several employment and beautify our city, make It a better

Buyers scouting out uncommitted problem of Polk County H* at the high school assembly shades .< all.., ...r (h. past year
fruit and the box but has II.. fairly' stable lately place In which to live and raise
$5 a on uggested that a meeting b* are At noon today Dr. W. E. Cox a family.
.tree la not seen as unreasonable ranged in the future. poke at the Haines City Klwsnls with .....whlt. III."d.. (This I I.the it

., .? by many sources.El. Last week a committee of meeting and Dr. L. M. dtitrlpti.n ky in ',n.t male
and has r.latien l the home
it* t 'lane. Buy at and save at home. That's the
citizen. headed by Willard Roe McCoy at the Bartow Lions sees, mm. eiv.n t* such shades sure way

Winter Haven had asked that club program. I" the hasty ,..1..11 to keep the future of
the County Commission start our community as It should be

some type of effort to alleviate Reds Reject Our Girl Thursday ." the th.r 5 bright.
the I air pollution problem within land, tried an eff-silve shads but

the county that ia facing both (Continued From Page One) idn't Ilk. It and tamed t. a Is,.
the citrus grower and the cattle r.ui light t.ppir which c.ntr.iti
..1 rancher. with aides, preventing newsmen (utifully.
Chairman McCutcheon laid from following.

hat the matter would be followed Czechoslovakia and Romania Just .i the n (,,.|.. wes thinkig .
up and that a meeting poke for tin Communists toe ig .1 ch.ngint hit hair to l I...n-
would b* held within I few d.,. They both praised the Sovlet tI.r .r chartreuse th. firl are
day. to take up this urgent "nuclear umbrella" Idea .""Id.rl", going !lock t. their
matter. and demanded the West agree "turd eeler which _. .u't EARN C Per Annum
---- I to it In substance before nego- even ..", .", b... "loc ld.yl

tiations on details can begin.
-. SUN ACRES we will 1.114 Change Lines Foster told the conference "a With all this tttntl.n" (. ..I.., WHIM CURRENT RATE
-::':- 'Gen your l.us. plan ., we Assistant County Attorney rough balance of destruction yea ctn't hi0! but ,.t torn ,lee
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Devilmen Face LakelandIn I Five Champion I Devil Swimmers Ready For OpenerWith I Show Ribbons

coach Tom CocteDo and I Riders Cop.14Orlando
Honors Won By
Conference Tilt Tonight faculty representative Leo

Gregory at the helm the Winter Daily

Haven swimming team is off Ribbon

Haven EntriesWinter to a splashing atari this sea- News- SPORTS -

Five Cage Tilts I son with 35 hopefuls vying for
Lose and J M. Losey
Marty ,
Remain Before Haven riders and, starting positions on the squad. I Chief both of the Cloverleaf Ranch in

horses copped five championships The team holds dally work. Winter Haven, and Lucy Cham-

District at the Delriy Beach outs at the Terra Clea and Boa bliss, also of Winter. Haven

PlayoffBy Hori Show last weekend. Motels. Lee Recker and Mr. and paced local riders Sunday in

BOB HAVILANT Results of local riders and Mrs John Wingite, managersof Kentucky Tops SEC Race Orlando'a Orange County Sher
iff's Posse Hone Show.
Sports Editor horses art at follows: the motels, have offered their ,
Marty Losey copped three
Ma'r14i Yn The Winter Haven High Saddle Seat Equitation (IS pools for practice aeailona. first place ribbons J. M. Loaey

School basketball team headed and under) Susan Snively show The swimming meet schedule Florida Downed By AuburnBy two and Mlaa ChamblUi one

Into the final itretci of the log Stonewall Senaatlon clan which Includes about 14 first and one third.

1963-M cage season tonight and champion. meets, will be announced at I Results rf Winter Haven. .rid.
against the Lakeland Dread- Juvenile Free Gaited: Kay : United Press International tint period action saw Ken aa-followa.:- -- -- -

naughts, the first of three games Harmon riding SUrduit cham later date. Opponents Include Wildcats are tucky's Terry Mobley and era Saddle are Seat Equitation (12
The Kentucky
on the road. Tonight's tilt will pion. : many Western Conference high State Bill Anderton engage in
and under Debbie Wat-
the years ):
be played at the Lakeland High Park Type Pleasure: Susan schools as well as Tampa Jesuit. undisputed front-runners some bare.knuckle tactics that Galareli aecond.
era on ,
gym besinnlng at 8 p.m.. Snlvely tint, Scotty Turnbull Returning lettermen are Nor- Southeastern Conference today sent both to the sidelines.A Western Pleasure (It years

Th Blue Devil jayvees, winners fifth; Susan Snlvely, champion rla Elswlck, winner of the Key after disposing of defending keyed.up defense by Mlsslislppi and over): Lucy Chambllaa on

their last two times out Scotty Turnbull, alxth. champion Mississippi State In State held Kentucky's high Lucy'i Rock, first, Max Cul-
valuable swimmer
Club moat
'96 at will play a preliminary cam at Fine Harness: John Snivel rough and tumble contest that scoring team to its lowest point- pepper on JlrJI, fourth,
1:15.: Jr., showing Mr. Cypress Car award last year, Bill Bridges total of the lesson. Cotton Three Gaited Pleasure Horse:

, In the first encounter betweenthe dens, champion. Bob Holmeyer Charles Dry, taw two players ejected for Nash, leading scorer in the Debbie Waters on Guard aec

Dreadnaughts and the Dev Three Galled Saddle Hone Dave Fischer Bub Costello, fighting. SEC, was held to only 13 end

llmen, the Lakeland five came (not exceeding 152): Mildred Danny McCalla and Bob Bran The second ranked Wildcats point, his lowest total of the Open Jumping Marty Loaey

out on top, 5461. But tonight's Adams second In data first In won it 6557 with I final mln season. on Mr. Calahan, first.

ti T?.s contest could be more of a thimplonshlp. son.They utes surge that overcame a 41. Ted Deeken was high for Stock Seat Equilatlon} (12
-t $. battle a* the Devils have fared Three Called Ponys1: Pat Jenklna will be Joined this former year 40 halftime deficit. The spirited Kentucky with It points and year and under): Chris De-

much better against their opponents second and Regina Bowen by Bobby from Weatphal the summer guard Doug Hutton bucketed 17 Mayo on Prince, third! ; Debbie
third In class, Regina Bowen champion
the second Urn around. for state
Galarell fourth.
second and Pat Jenkins third In swim club, and Ray Bice, sum UCLA on ,
1 Even so, the 4-18 season markof swim club Individual medley Again, In other action Monday night Western Pleasure its years
the Devils la not likely to championship mer Alabama virtually destroyedany
Added to this and under): Marly Loiey on
'frighten the 'Naughts, and this swimmer Nation's Best hopes Georgia bad of Prince, flrit.
of Is Steve
Is Just what the locals hope for. group newcomers making a bid for the SEC Hunt Seat Equitation Over

Now tied for fourth place with Griffith Stops Ohio.Griffith who iwam last year In College CagersNEW crown by downing the Bulldogs Fences: Marty Losey. -',on Goya

Robinson at ,.5, the Lakeland 72.70 at Tuscaloosa; Tennessee Girl, tint. "

cagera are undoubtedly looking Dupas In Third Adams Two and other Mike lettermen Alderman, Joe art YORK (UPI The romped past Mississippi 9254; Bridle Path Hack (open): J.

toward the dlctrict playoffs United Press International ma. and Auburn set up a tight ton M. Losey on Fall Fair first;
later this month. The 'Blue Devils SYDNEY, Australia (UPI expected to be fin practice Jor college basketball ratings defense that stifled Florida 795S Chris DcMayo on Prince, sec

SKEET CLUB WINNERS-T.rr.ll Simpson Jr., Uft, of are certainly not la contention The referee wouldn't listen to shortly.Other members of the squad with flrit-place votes and won. ond; Lucy Chambllsi.on Luc,'.

Winter Haven and William Naden of New York pot for the state championship the crowd, 10 world welterweight Wilbur Wells, John McKay lost records through Saturday, AU conference teams are Idle Rocky third.

with the trophies they won Sunday In' the weekly eompe. or even a berth In the stat champion Emile Crlf are Jim Ward, Tom Epperson, Lee Feb. (, in parentheses: tonight. The only action before Hunt Seat Equitation On The

titlon held by the Winter Haven Skeet and Trap Club. tournament. They play each fith took natters in his own Bruce, Joe Mathli, Larry Seek- Team Polnla Saturday li Wednesday night Flat: Chris DeMayo:"on Shao.oon'l -
aa It comes and tonight hinds. when Georgia Tech hosts Van .
Both came within on. bird of firing perfect game el Paul Myeri Robert Bock J47 Bey, fourth.
scores. ,
1. UCLA (32) (19-0)
appears to be the beat chance I A crowd of 10,500 pleaded derbilt. A win would put the Stock Seat Equitation (IS
offered them to turn in an upset with referee Vic Patrick to halMonday's Dennis Frailer Eddie Harvey, 2. Kentucky (S) (17.2) 271 Yellow Jackets back into a
and over) J: t/l. Loser
I :
Tom Wurzel, Don Israel, Bandy 254 years
S. Michigan (16 2)
bout In the second first place tie with Kentucky.Bob -
Naden Mvers. Jay liver Sandy Jack- on Prince, flrit. .
Win 4. Davidson (IS 1) 204 ?
Simpson Most Western Conference foes round because of the damage Steve Andrews link two foul
ion, RO.hl.holin: Cun- 5. Duke (15.3) 169 ...
the local quintet have faced this Griffith was Inflicting upon shots with only three seconds
season rolled over them by 20 Ralph Rupaa. diff, Ethan Colcheskl, Chad 6. Wichita (17-4) 148 left to snatch what appeared to RETAIN UMPIRES

to 4t points la the first meet. Patrick paying no heed, permitted Goff Keith Upchurch, Jeff 7. Vanderbilt ((17.2) 127I. be a lure victory away from CINCINNATI (UPf}).:- Urn-

Skeet Shoot Ing. The 11 that Lakeland won the bout to continue Wood, Van Powell and Rick Oregon State (20.3) 104 Georgia. The Bulldogs led Ala. pines, John Kibler and Bill WU-

Trophies by la dlmlnultlre according to whereupon Griffith ended It Renardson. I. Vlllanova (17.:2)) 100 barns 70.67 with only 30 see. llama have been ret lined by

1 the Devil' losing atandirdi himself by knocking out the 10. Texas Western (18-2)) 30 onds left but the Crimson Tide the National Leaguer President

A Winter Haven victory would veteran New Orleana battler It Second 101 11, Loyola (lU.) tied it up with a free throw by Warren Giles announced. WCllami -
Terrell Simpson William Jr., of Winter : Simpson finished with 99x100, seem to hinge around the one- two minutes and 19 seconds of Challenge Cup 25; 12, Oklahoma State 23; 13, Jim Hickey and a 20-footer by \ was called up,from the
1 and Nudes
Haven a fantastic score for this clasi.
f two scoring punch of senior the third round. Utah 18; 14, DePaul 14; 15 Ken Moss. Then Andrews International League-lait Au.
of New entries York City N.Y., topped Result were: center Rick Roberaon and The bout was scheduled for Set At DaytonaDAYTONA (tie), Drake and Ohio State S; bucketed the winning points. gust and Kibler Joined the NL
an la the 28 and 12 12 Gauge Winners: William
shoot held the sophomore guard Rick Anderson. 12 rounds. 17, Illinois T, 18, New Mexico Alsbama's Charles Perry bad staff in September 'r
skeet at
New York
Naden 99x100
fang ; Anderson netted It points Griffith weighed 149U while BEACH The tie Utah State 22 for scoring .
Winter Haven Skeet and Trap Champion lord DeHaven, Auburndale S; It ( ), Bradley, points game
; ID the first Lakeland I50t most varied assortment of high- led Georgia
engagement Dupes was and Texas AIM 3. honors. Jerry Waller
Club oo Lake IdylwildSunday. 98x100 Runner Up
rang ;
but Roberaon got only Griffith'i next opponent maybe powered racing cars ever togo with
I Dick Pope Jr., Cypress Gardens Other teams receiving points 17. NOW OPENI!
three. If the 6 foot.S center to the starting line in America switched
can world Junior middleweight Memphis State 2; Providence, Auburn from a man- ,
Naden, with a near perfect 97x100, Clue AA; Jim
core of 99x100 led the way in Thomas Ocala, 95x100 Clan turn In a good performance and champion Sanfro Mazilnghl of 85 different types will New York University, San to.mm to a tight tone defense

the 12 gauge followed by Ford B; Charles Lambert, New unexpected surprise could be Italy, who knocked out Pupa take the green flag In the 250- Francisco, LaSalle, Duqueint early In the lime and Florida Garden WayLounge

\iDeHiven with 98x100. DeHavenis York 96x100, Class C; Mrs a"allJDlt. 'Naughta. In the 13th round of a recent mile American Challenge cup. and Seattle one each apparently couldnt solve It
at Daytona International Speedway
from Aubundale.I I Roger William, New York, MX bout beretRebels Lee Defore netted 26 points for
In 28 competition Class D John Snively III, at.KalNaC..... Ad this Saturday. Auburn. Dick Tomlinson was
gauge 100 ;
t L The Challenge Cup Is the first'
11-1 IS1ChambarlaU with
for Florida 19.
Winter Haven. 85x100 Class E. ) M 11I..t. of back.to-back internationals high man It... te.t. 140 1 MIte ?,.
Howard led Tennn.lee'
28 Gauge Winners: Terrell .. M 144Lakalwid Tribe that will be rUn ever theSpl'rdway' BOWLINGALLXT Bayn !.* *t Cypress ..rrfa
6LE 7131 romp put Mississippi
Haven, 99
Station Jr., Winter 1-, 13-* track and CHOICI LIQUORS
Robinaon 381-mile
In ActionThe with 20 points, followed by
Challis MarshallbrUTO.flva 1100, Champion; Jim Thorn, Plant .-6 loJ.lr.r.o. Cage the weekend : CAT UUOIIBw PACKAGE GOODS
Ocala, 95x100, Runner.up; William .* 10-10 road course on teammate A. W. Davis with
Nadea. New York, 90x100, Winter llavia sal *!* Denlaon Rebels (7-0 On Sunday, Feb. 16, a field t Mlsslsilppl'i hot'.hooting II'j FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE

STATE FILM Clan CoFOOTBALL King 0-U 1-17 face their biggest test In the of more than half a hundred Quality ElMlrto Lanes *2'" 17H ale Kesiinger was held to Worth For Grand Opening
Cvpraaa U 17Waahlngton
: handled by drivers
TOP GT cars,
aCOBCMru.. o AVIOwana Polk County baiketball league Nat, tl" JS'i points.
LIFE nine foreign countries and .
from ,
PuMchnla Gulf K., 29%
MEETING HllliborougH Sl II M ILanl.r. today at they take on Lake
& FIRE .. Plant ale 17 331Trapp. the U.S., will fight It out In the rinrlda Office Supply 40 Va II SiHnbnck
land Junior High School at the .
COLLEGE STATION, Tex A. Bon 45 15Charliaa
Itanata *U1 1. IIS 2000 kilometer (1243 mllea) 11
Iniurine INSURANCE' (UPI) Texas All will meet Sh.rman. Lakaland 33 17 IISDavla. high school gym. The game la Daytona Continental for $40,' BurgerRlchurdiilain N. .J'H 414 I I I

Needs Ohio State la football Sept. 26, CrlawaU.. King Manataa 117 337: IS 17 11 111 S lilted for S:30 p.m. 000 in potted awards and highpoints llyllnf" 40 4014

251 Magnolia Ave., S.W. 1970 AIM officials disclosed 11111.". Chambarlali Jd IS 111 The Weitwood Warriors jour. counting toward the man lat. W d Daa. Bavlnia/ 4 Loan a.17" 4S 4H4C
Juana, Jaftaraon 140 IS IIS Bartow for afternoon
to an
Foldberg, Aggie ley
Aa,... IrciN Eiahant link Monday. Nawklrk. IMtrtoa Set II 10 4WIlllam. ufacturers' world championship Haven Tender S3% 47tt
coach and athletic director .. Chambarlaln 300 1* II.S coolest. Jim Clark of Scotland, world Uka fiction Bank M 10
J94-47S6 Burrnuiha Ina. 84 (4
Phone Rnblnaon 371 1* 14 Tfih.lnuU
mad the announcement. : Lakeland 311 1> 1STRobarann champion driver, makes his WHIR. ttadlo U 55Lachangs
------- W. Haven 11 1* 103 HISS FLEMING HONORED first U.S. appearance, In the Bank 11'* 194
Famandoi. JaHaraoa 3111 30 10 S his lat Fadaral Bavlnga .4. Loan 4 U7 CANDIES
Tyler MIDI," 3U 11 31.7Tesa LOS ANGELES (UPI-Pet Challenge Cup, after unprecedented 9493 Eunlra Parrlih 111 Marina
"Make It Your Rule, Consult gy Fleming, U.S. women's fig sweep of seven Ondfrtv 483 va MBIR Radio 0 lOt
wceaaITaMday 0.1 list He 38.il: Nancy Harron 134 J44
) ur* skating champion, has Grand Prix races year
BILL POOLE C.L.U. Plant at ChamtwrlauiJoffcraon been named Southern Califor will be at the wheel of a Ford. : Haven 174 Fender 411 S..S5I. Hobeck 140S IflldralHerndnn A Son

Haven at Jamiltwinur at Lakeland nla athlete of the month for powered Lotus as will his team 4 171 3611 Marlon hopper US Jo

CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITEROver Manataa ... JtnMnmn at Plant January by the helms Founda mate, Dan Gurney.gainst Hoffaaa. 433. .
Units I tt :JSM Mss Atkliuon
rria )
< f them will be such "bomba" as
10 Y.... Ripeness Central FlartJa, Jxult at nilliboraua-h tion.The 171 Mary Clarkatt 471 VI.
,..,1. hire Estate J.f(.reon at Chambrlln year-old skater, from Chapparals, Cobra Chevvys, I !;:.china' Bank 1 sic 2431 Joyce
Succaiifully Aiilitlni Wlntar Havaa at Jaffanoi Cobra Fords the new Porsche Watson 143 111.I .
King va I
Pasadena, captured the title In
rianalnf end luiinul Iniuranc Plant at ManalMLakaland M4s, Lister Bulcks, Corvettt I Putwhitla nulf S SI3 3M mill
Cleveland list month and
vas blninn at Plant represented Van Duyna lie 471 va Uka Ha-
U04 10th St.. S.E. rh. CY 3-1"1 IfUlardafk. the U.S. at the Winter Sting Bays, Pontiacs Cooper lion Bank 1 lao 3464 Robbla Dun-
Plant rat Hlllubnrough at JaaultKoblnao Chevvys, Rebel Specials, Harri IOn 147 4JO.CharllM: .
In Innsbruck.
at Winter Hares son Special, Elvas, Cooper N. ... 1 12] 54XS Barbara
... W. Deas I
51! 1ln. 333 SOS C.
Monscoi, Apache Chevvys, SII3 367 Dorl. Hartlay IIS 481.Waah .
Ferraris, Lotuses. Natl Inl 1 Ml 3531 Lu-
THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF 64 With all these super.faat rill. McClaln 173 Virginia bolt
471 va Duality H ftno I ISO 2671
sports, prototype and GT ears I,.". TUlman 1M "3.J .
In traffic on the high.banked ling 4 M 2661
turns and the twisting flat roadof r.a. Peacock151Y Tom Brlfnul I FANCY
440 va Burroughs ins 0 SU 3411 SATIN HEARTS
the Infield a spectacular array fat Eannalll 166 43S
of GT cars will leave the Burner Ouan TM 1143 I MilanWlnoman
r Starting line at 10 a.m. hi the 143 J va. Fla Offlea: \ $3.35 to $10.00

Daytona Continental. This race, Supply 4 S66 9471 Hanrlat Prescott 1
111 El.anor Whita 411
too, will be contested over the High scratch games Barbara
fast' and demanding track and Btrlna 333 FRIDAY

road course and In expected to High aerated Mriaa Barbara

take; some 13 hours to complete. Btrwa SOS.KAVEK1CI. FEB.1 I1Vol.ntlne't

Th beat of this country's GT LEAOCB r; ,;J

cars and drivers will be out to W I y ,Dayrr.ree

end the road dominations
Kara 4. Kara 14 t
of the European cars. It n w
Burg.r users II I +
will be a battle of speed and rhavrolot Center 10 I
: endurance Ferraris, As- W. H PlaningHllli I' t
-T among
Tarlinci Black Label t41i- ASSORTED
too Martins, Porsches: Lanelas, Imparlal Roofingauth '
Corvettes, Cobras, Abarth Sim- <' .* BuUdara a 14 > CHOCOLATES:
",...nna 5 IIAuburndala
tss, Volvos, Sunbeams, Porsche- Lumbar 4 I'Allontown t lb. box ,$1.60
The fuel regular. The performance_is premum.la Abarths and others Faint 4 11 Z lb. box 3.15
The Continental, unlike other lIp team ..,1'.1 CaU",. Black

such long races as LeMana and iA b.l 3636. i
High team : Carllrja too
the 1000 kilometers of Paris, High Individual lama Mrtaa. Harry :

will be visible to all spectators Vans SIS Bob OUbart SH Gene Z

doesut cost a IIckle ntra III I '64 Dodge. "three' serlej.Lids k I low-prfcad car. And sack It backed by I kmf. at all times The entire course Wares S33
Premium performance .* YM/ could easily more can be followed from grandstand High Individual .ms: : Bob Oil- _
hood luru the IlralSt Ibndsrd.egine strong 5-rar/50OOO-mllt warranty pay .bent 215 Harry Vann 914, OanaWarn.r ._ .
handsome _
IIIat and Infield. ,.
Berns..nder VI Udoewl cost JIll uUiat tor such i"Ins automobile( ,but vby should yell Ss your Dependable 304. Bill Piper 301 _
till low-price laM (3U lafiTafcWialtilJostln* h. Dodge Paler bntsadl -

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(permanent) WAITRESS Friday and Baturdaynlta 2)31101Ml
AIM man to park ear*. town. Piano Tuning & Repair 1461 NB Ilk SL 17500 month
On. bartindir needed. Phone FR ENCLOSURE: : AWN. ...28aa. 23-TF E Town & Country j i
$10.00 $14-?. I-It INC8 ALUMINUM DISCOUNT J-BEDROOM t-bth quality built
BALES CO INC. CY I-tSM 281lth Etprlencd gradual technician, S-BEDROOM unfumlehed home and I | Mortgage Corp. j horn for eats l by owner Call
: complete It. 8W 15-Feb.12 Ballefiidlnn luaran teed FREE apartment 18500 and 16500Aleo motlt after 4,SO p m. (or appointment.
; WANTED: Two Curt flrt. Apply. INTIMATES For appointment fimlehed rental ATKINS = j 7-11
; 'In nennn Burger King:, 2601 Havtndal phone 2H-1H9S Donald R. Jones REAL ESTATE. CY 4-1111 I' -Since ll6G-
Blvd. 111 TELEVISION SERVICE 1381 Bib St., NW. I7Feb 35 17Feb II = In M (*ella CY S-1141 Enlllllllllliiiillllllllllllllillllllllllli
tEAR t XT OWNER: Meal iwrlrwmmlbom
S bedroom fireplace,'
S MEN BUY $a-BeHraom 1-bath ho,.. .7. screened elt",,,,
Nat. Co will\ Interview I men for STARUTE Home ImprovementsPainting with .. porch garage
WALK OE bill!-In 18000 per cloe-ln Red iced 'for
BEAUTY price quirk
Winter Haven Elolee and Auburndele TELEVISION 8ERVICB month with M fc tnplled arnlnutdown .
area Rout .*lel work AI' -Day Nlte TV Bervlc*- pevment. McELROY BlILDER8 aale Phon 3-OMJ. 5i.EFREE
ISM Havendale CY Malt open Car nee Averan 1221 hr. 151 2nd St. BW CY HltT Window* A Screen 2M-42S4.: IITF ((13)) Real Estate For Sale
to Hart Apply Mr Fix, S 00.11:05: Open I AM4 PM a -
KEEP your ,"""'.maa In touch, a m,, Florida State" Employment S-TF Repair. Carpentry a. 1.00K5 LOT
Jack :
' with, all the Hometown New by I Office, 401 Sib Bt, HW Winter Haen. FREE ESTIMATf. M3-6til. Gray.After 0.21 New. an brick .-....dm. S-hath .t
ending. him the Winter Hive "II I 00 p m home In quiet euburban" nrihbnr.hood. -
Dally Newe-Chlrf Special rate Built, -In kitchen 21" TV In- Builder with purchase of t-BR > "
< mofltha 1310 CU CY Mill now HEARING AIDS eluded Call CY H3M. 7-20 bath, air conditioned
"If- WANTED: Toun eiperienced dining TREE SERVICE
room waltrea hoot hanstrunnportattnn. boma. Call .
Apply FOR RENT TJnfurnlried ....d. Trade Ins
YOUR CHURCH OR GROUPcan morninn: at Farmer Coke Bid,. 8& lid, Bu, NWPh..n. TRIMMINO CAVITY DEMOSSINO room hou. In Lake Ida. Call JOE BRANDENBURG
Burn Cyprem Garden Rd. Nophon after I 00 p.m. CY H7M, 111:
CABLING, Haloes C2-3ffl
Bill Ward
rali $50,oo and more, easy call plea**. S-, BALLS! SERVICE Complete rlen Fre Enttmulee. NORTHWEST
Sectionroom S bid- i 6-11
and fait have 10 memberi REPAIRS Cell LUKJEB TRIB SERVICECY '
BATTERIES4TF *. 'I''*''. vore.n porch -
1963 WAGON
e.ch..eU only twenty SOc pack Situation Wanted WJ34. 05-3050. 11500.'OWN a COUNTRY REAL
1840 15th Court NW. S bed.
ESTATE CY 1-1141. 9-11 FOR ALB Rlfl Rang Are
luxurious - - - -
ages my 1962 RAMBLER WAGON II: 2 bath Florida Modem I
- Section ;:; room, room, bedroom homes
Grace Table Napklna Keep SOUTHEAST I bedroom* dishwasher dispoiil . |W Dow ISO per month .
: work a* maid Mondaythrnuh I bath, Florid drape, range, ,
$50 for your treasury No money DESIRE 1963 CHEVROLET mom |12ft: 00 CT KW1 4-Tf
Wednesday Own traneportatlon TOWN a COUNTRY REAL air conditioner Included
needed. Free Samplea Anna Reference. CaU 2M-W74 s-I 1 GREENBRIER WAGON ((8)[ ) Automotive ((9)) Business OpportunityUNUSUAL ESTATE. CY S-1141 t-11 for $18500 Only $60000 down

Wade, Dept. U1AC2 Lynch 1962 OLDSMOBILE t I-BEDROOM FRAME HOU8F cia.ran. on new YEA commitment. BRAND NEWS

burg Va -11. DEPENDABLE hlch school (radu- PASSENGER WAGON 1MI AUSTIN MEALY Roedeter Delui OPPORTUNITIES .' :'I&I'onlb. Day. 303-2015
.. nl "' bedroom, 1 bath home,
ale d..ires' I day work. Cal Knock off wheels 12000 II
W3-7S17 111 1961 RAMBLER AMERICAN mile Silver bl i*. bl*('k Interior P'ranrhlee _.. Bait BustnoercFrancbiae 0I! AnllUIEraONT Built-In range all electric. Immediate .-
Just A Few Of Like new, Call C. H. Kennedy CY No Smoking 1'111. LOT
WAGON 1-S143 3101 Walnut NW. I bedroom occupancy $300 Down
NKht CY -M2i: 11II1M2 I Story house Lab Burke. Dr ,
Our On Premises ((4)) Lost & Found JAf! THOMASBeUlered Stove and refrtrerator- furnlehed I 2 bath, family room. Awning $69 54 per month.

1961 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE RAMBLER CLASSIC IS 050 a SandedPI.ae inn no a moith. Day rail and air conditioner Included for
WAGON mll.a owner. 1./be new, JHilM Eveiilaie: MM7M CY 1-7541. 11II Can Jerry Mardli CY 4-12U or
Services. vicinity Tim. CT902E lG-1l (Bonded by Coneolldate In*. Sore I11TI' $14.500.00. Only $450.00 down on

LOIT Jllllfnid. Wadne.da1.. OLDSMOBILE I new FHA commitment DAN WINTERS
Jlld, 1960 SUPER
Stone Setting Rings Reshanked Finder Square pleae mall paper Box A13M "88"' WAGON SPEEDOMETER: : Tachometer, ((12)) For Rent, Furn. CY 11433

Prongs rebuilt solid gold % NwaChiel. 9-11 Complete ""lei and new cablea. ((10)I ) Articles For Sale III 4VTFS10
and diamond watch bands repaired 1960 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN. L A. J Bervlc. IW CIA St, SW

Rings and diamond ((5)) Hous. Trailers CY 4-4381. ITF oo s 170 Lakefront Lot on Chiln
pendants built to order 1960 OLDSMOBILE SUPER It eu' ft O*door* refrigerator. yellow: B EXCLUSIVE of Lakea Only 1,500.00. t BR CB Home SereraLCHARLES '
left hand Good condition
1-14 : Mc<'OMIC. .... Broker
AH work rhodium finished for FOR SALE 10-lW 1MI Pathfinder 1MI LeMma Sport Coup: Bharp 15000 RENTALS 29.2141
bedroom. 4710akeland. In appearnc A-1 condition. Priceat JOHN G. WOOD
the ultimate In beauty kitchen oak "It
J'ronf .. dealer then edow
liuihway. any -ome see me
14"am. I -Feb. 14 Plnckney Labs Elbert M on Dundee Rod table and rockera anti mlecellaneou 1 1 I bedroom fun. home, extra & Assoc. Inc.
.. 1:16: 00. 2 table lamne n 00. Die ,
CITY JEWELERS 11" portable Televlelon' 2S3-13H.
Oldsmobile 10-12 Furnl.h.d apartmenti I I bedroom J93ttlT Phone 2MK3S

." SrcI St.. NW. FOR trailer BALB 30-IMS Ft. ALMA 1 bedroom aluminum tub *. Ml Mr. and Mrs Payne moving to
"bath Priced for oulck tale 100 Used Car 'Lot ((8.A| ) Business Property RUBBER STAMPS For check North Carolina Belt buy la
Z2-U 10-11 ndoreement . I I S
Rifle Ram Road ilfnatur* bedroom "horn HOC
Corner of 3rd St. at the ether purpoee aloe datln: 1 I bedroom S .bath home. Fla, LAKEFRONT PB.IXM Lake Alfred Large 2 BR home

full line of SKYLiNe water tower. RIDGELAND BUILDING tamp aeali pucket room ._ .. ..M..._. $95 Low Down Payment l-bedroom Ha. room, A enclosed porch
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYIT NOW SELtINO HOMES Palm 110-030. STAR FRFS9 Phone CY 4 I bedroom Unf _, |7I lorida room crened porch Priced at $10,000 with $300
MOBILE Phone CT 3-7841 "32211. 111 A... A. NW. Tf .
and True lake.front
milt la *
even ranc
office! for rent Slit down and balance at
Shore Mobil Vlllai. Rt. H eeet oiLak pace on road between horn end $61.00 per
SKI no
2&; J-Jr Alfred. ll-TF -11KM Street N.W. at moderate prices USED TV BETS A* I*. Take 10 kt. :lOOt South lAke Deer Dr. month.

with free parking at rear of your pick. 110.00 each Johneoa BEASLEY REALTY CO. CY S-T775 after 4.00 p.m. ITT

.--. -. & Storage buildingSee Appliance. Lake LUred I7M1S9, M4 tall Si *WCY EDNA WATSONREALTOR
(S.AMovng) .
.e --eZQe.lh -- .tr CB houee. l-bedroom, """Ib, family
OPEL. Tt you want cheap operatlnf S-I1H *r CY S-tnt room carpeted L.R., oem.pI.taIy .
W.... eM transportation, thl* I* It. DOROTHY WILCOXON ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bed* ll-TF equipped kitchen, carport.,

!!:? ......" ..... IMPERIAL MOVTNO STORAGE '18&00. ala N Lake Silver (Dr.111MI REALTOR HighchaIr Chain SawiFloor ROOM FOR RENT with .. large lot. Many extra. 2301 An K* fth St., NW CY 4-4141
and fflelnt aenrlea for CY 4-2012. -
: Prompt Pollihera. V. DO rr F. NW CY MttL 7-II
Lady or working flrt Cloee to
all your moving need Call 41l6thStNW. 293-0044 RENTALS 2601 Are. ( NW 25-TF -11-
North Oat Bhoppuic CY *O23SFURNISHED : .
... .Feb. 17 CY MIN for ...* .eetlmate SPECIAL Small boue la Echo: _
TMOUTH( 4 Dr. I Cjrt. 10-11 ,-It
Aa-ent for Atla Vaa Lines Ine AT.. heater ... .._____ flOH LAWRY ORGAN 4t2T. Ttrraee. Lake Alfred. comer lot
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOU menial all M Hat*. 14-TF IG-U Rental* Seaennal paved etreete. city wter Need a REPOSSESSED!: HOMES Low
JM-1447 1157 PLYMOUTH: VI.Auta let of repairs Only 1175000 Trm monthly payment. Modern CB
i round ATHERTON
Meetlngi. Tuetday, I:IS P.... Tran. '_' ,_ IMS1MT For Sal. Or Lease FLOOR Sample Sofa. chair, table REALTY Ml W. Central A.. CY LAKE ALFRED REALTY FR I I ii I bedroom conetrwilon Con
Services DODOF Custom Royal UII4.: S-IW7 TII tact CY 4-331: or 2M-217 E....
County Health Department ((6)[ ) Special *, lamp., etc 1100 A up 2I-TI'
are t... and AT*. D, NW I dr. HT. Auto. Iran., With Option To Buy Term. Warehoiie Furniture Bale. Sunday :293-2M8 FIRST
'.0. Bus Mil RAH ......."".. .. .... S3W U elk Bt, NW 4-10 .-2-BEDROOM u.. with Florida MORTGAGE: CORP. OF FLORIDA.
1(90 DO DOE H ton Plrk-up 1171.AMMOND'I room Carport.. lam yard Home And PoolBargain 11.
CUSTOM ALTERATIONS MADB DRAPES Blind Hitchedmodern AND "...0 CAM Excellent business or commercial USED REFRIGERATOR: : kRanre come furnl>hln t. Reaeonabl 7627th
(l-Af) Instructions equipment 1010 Hickory 24W) AT. B. 8V Winter Haven property. Prime cen c When Dryr St. NW. 1111 :'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILet'[

NW. CY S-76M. ..... KdnaSchouer CY 1-W64 Day CY *- tral location near railroad with Freeien TV Beta Stereo FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED =
.1101H' Air Condtthmen RecondWHoned |
.....1>>. 21 EFFIClbNCIES: and m BED | Figure
loading & unloading facilities f illy uannUed, Terme
U.S; Cvil;i Service Tests! From 131M 4 Dp. 3OHI4SONAPPLOANCES ROOMS. Nice lame airy room $15,650Imagine
EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEEPmt Rear aeeeai alley. Completely Conveniently located M Old PoatalBuldlnf

Meo-women, 1162 Start Ugh CY SERVICE.4-11U. UU Income AT. rT*" Phone 111 OLD MOBILlD Super "M'. Per.feet fenced with storage rack Phone S72-112I. Leke NIU Alfred S72-UM. S-4117 CaU' CY M84I or S-TF CY lovely Hlt| Out
a truly rot
KWSMar eondltlm All power. new Adaptable for buslneiiei la-TF ,
aa fl(2 004 week Preparatory Inccowg many
Ire.. Make Tier. CY 1-2324. IG-12 torn-built home with new Close by to ailS Ei
training Until! appointed. Thoui- See at 341 5th St., SW thencan ROOMS APARTMENTS: -
WITH purchase' ef tapIrs i Southeast schools this
Downtow swimming pool and patio sI
rIUh' or month. Verynice
soda of jobi Experience TAX SERVICE or write rent Electric C ;
open. Return ein. '
usually iftnceuary. FREE information prepared my office eryour Larkln'sTransmission for only 11.00 per day. John Boland Reaaonabl CY 4-UM. 24TFFURNISHED for only $15,650 total price E I very nice CB, 1 bedroom, 5i

., or In your horn by appoint O. HoE 10X17 Hardware. 10-12 apartment cloee-ln This four year old residence H i 1 bath home has Juit =
In Job., salaries, re- nent. tI 00 up. Phone tTHMI 4-14 Ft. Lauderdale Fla. . Call W Yonally office. CY H i coma available TheE Ei
qti'-emenlav-Wrlte! TODAY ..... ...... ..If.'at conilits of two bed-
givIng -
CY 1-303
W5-2024 i big 18x20 Florida room E
n m$,_addreii and phone. Unit 11" x :22. 11000 month Shop ..16 \ PRINTING LEXICON VILLAGE OF OARDfN APART rooms, paneled Floridaroom baa a smartly styled =
Lincoln Service Box A1371 c/o 11' M. 111 M month. Winter : modern kitchen with
fireplace .
NewsthM. Ten Boat Storage, ttod Street NWITFeb r.I NO. 7: CUT P1.E. 1. I S bedroom BOWEN built.Ini and a bouaa fun of
CY 1-4211 II Trammlitloa Specialist MOTOR LODGE. Hwy 17 North Quality kitchen appliances
((9)) Business OpportunityFOR \ anfravlnf *r e tin. 10-TF charm. All of the rooms la H! and lOll of other furniture =

FOR *H of bualne courae. tNCOMB TAX RETURNS MADE CY 3-5763 ) !n| f e frpk, this exceptionally weD- i
type E Slow
majoring In Secretarial., AccountIn ru. early for quirk refund. H. K.Pntturd ;: : In. ", ..r.h whch it ROOM FOR RENT with private maintained boma are large will remain At theE
74* Carroll Are. Phone BALK ntranc end private bath Ctnee- total price of $18.200. :
Body Shop. Equipment
IBM rail I I. lHerr.i.
Trplnf keypunch
n HTM "1'.11. printing In. CY 4-2332. to TF and carefully planned for
II .
WINTER: H A V B: N BUSINESS With lease. Phon Auburn.dale ( .III., 4",4\ frem E We art looking for a buy B

COLLBQEk 294-S16S or com by of Winter Harm Drafting Co WO 11830 20-tf .clcut"' which wei the I-BEDRooM bun. fUrllloIIed 551Am. the utmost in living pleai-H er with about $2.900 cash |

tie.. (36:Arenue B, MW 2t-Fb 2S All type Commercial. AResidential MOTEL IS unit. I yean eN.lo.no 1".4 plet.l .*. w.r. rr,.. .. 1.. NI: 2I-TF are. E above the existing mortgage :

Benefaction Guaranteed draftlnf Something New Hal Beta $ lit,000 dons Bet Location I III the eirly **yi .( ONE Newly rMconted furnuhed Po your family a favor One look will B

(I-B) Loan. Up To $600 Drawn BId,. CY 4-1421 Added .. Winter haves CY S-U7 .. CY apartment a-iooa. 212 ATWM B 17-TF SB by letting ui show you this E convince you of the value s

S-TF ITF delightful offering today here Don't hesitate =

C Have your motor tuned up. LACK: AIFRFD NIc elena CaU |
Home Owned Carburetor cleaned at the Ian apartment. 17000 to woo LEIS BROS.
$1217.: Will .
rail CY contract byre Alfred Uood loesilun lor col* mi nth for I to 4 adult Include. all MALCOLM TETREAULT uEres.
W ue* electric pole ..... place where they know how. .
laundry oboe repair chop wap .... REALTORS
O".D until' t P... on Raturd.. HIT hop, med car.. lire hop, .....Ie. FR tllltlee 1-1461.and of lauadry houee Ja.TF I E kL CT I-S47I 5
and T 00 P.M. on Friday LNal elation. II'sOT .... 120 lUll st., N".
on furniture, ean. roil eelat*, III- DR. LARKIN city wtr IIUlld..J.a.Iart. ARAOE: apartment scalp ._ "OppofiU North Gate
'tur* nytnin* of valu. ((6-AI) Animals t Supplies Lake Alfred Realty IIr.iiFOR ated. 834 AT*. B. NE. ..11 24.21S7 Nilea CY 4 2S52 Towi1U1I13UWUfflUIIUSW51U1SIIJ1ISO.. CoUIITRY _

Domestic Loan In Eagle Lak. Across Office St. FOR RENT Two bedroom furhed 2T1 r,1rrmn, Jl'ttI'iIif/I' '? /
From Poet RENT Her at RorhMIe Alto .(. .
apartment cloee-ln ammo.dial.
niNca 1305coL4saaoLw. PEDIGREE Miniature rtnrher pup. kitchen flood going buelnen already 161 _.. .. Jf4.JZJf poeeeeelo on aeetnnel: or "a.1I411iWi111.! UIiJKa
., CR4-I'll. plea 412 Und St, iW._ Phone -a. Inquire M RoofleSs *r cell pear round ....1.. Tell at JOt A.e.
.a, I-MOO. a-u FB i-1401. a-U A. NJ. those aumo.U 2721 1?

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((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale .1MG/oI1F1"HAWK.A. 131.44NRYB t I [ f tV


? For Sale C. SEfl 7IW SAMFh y
Retiring ll
M"'Ioi &EYE
B RetirementSpecial I

We offer you thus t bedroom I
retirement home in the near

Northeast, completely furnish- Completely furnished t bed

ed. Only 8.BSO. home In N.!:. section, located -

between three lakes. Has living 3

room, kitchen, bath, back MN A JCHOXaW' CAN BtlltVl \ 1RArt[

fI>:d t: : screened porch & carport Only OM TMST AVTRAWJ HOWMANy N1MSl6 IN LOot WITH A PLAN... OlDU ) LDNiMaC I ftRtORM-1Du ACTUALLY $A.HOO.DI MAST
$6500. Terms If POUNDS of FRUIT tees A AR[ YOU IMrIYINe m UU Ml AQMIKM YOU .1 ciicustof-.ee'
COULDrftl MtKLt *"* ***" l VOUNfltH
ORAt4Gah TNAT VITO Lt'Sf11Sa .. [ TNATf
Realty PIP US AUTO _
YOts NAV[ 6NCN NuttI
: R.JOO IE*,
Associates: Eve. ph. ..,, MAKER* 1'NDCUC1ri
W. H. McRf rnolds CT 13505 934 6th St. N.W, CY 3-2757 ft 15014.

Helen Whitley CY J-590J ,-rTh EI 1
Wilma M. Hudson CY 1752Z .
( !4-ALoh4) Acreage
Ken Blocmendaal CY I."ZZ

.11. LOTS LOTS LOTS it zt- '

tea Typo bom. Cypree. Gar
den. ...... Florid Room. CentralHeat a
tlLIOO. CY MOW. U-TF Two lake front Iota on the Ili
chain Both close In. A.304 ft. 403 C 2w-
I1tIGwH72f.:H Si Ii. .-
MUST SELL BY OWNER 27 left on West Central to be

I fleon.roam I houee leu., m 1880009 bath, for hardwood quick choice TODAY. 1300 down your andS I Wall Street ChatterNEW Now I! lliL CARAT' THE MME) i10N X vs.- / r ) SiWei.4.e.4s'

Ml. First class .hap. . ;year to pay balance.

1458 35th St., MV See Allen Dowd et Tract office
YORK (UPD-Heuben the odds are currently favorof +
Phone 2M-180J 26th St end Ave A. SW or tp rWI4V
call 294-2402 after < P.M. ROle fc Co., Inc. says "despite i near term correction."

1-10 the sharp rll. la the market,

Olf CHAIN LAKES K.w 4 JOHN G. WOOD It li readily apparent that the Harris\ Upham 4 Co. lay

bedroom. I bath horn 40'.crssned number of issues declining "selectivity in making Dew
porch'l doubt. cirperf. & Assoc. Inc.
dock. Wa .Ids Lab. Clot..: Hoov..r have clearly outpaced those advancing commitments should remainthe
." rule. If the Industrial average .
Zl3-ZS17 none 2U KOI
Trade In tULAKB "Perhapi one aniwer might were to experience in upside .

be found In the high degree of move to 800110, chances ofa

No Qualifying niUANAS Institutional participation during correction would appear
ACRES lakefront d..p W.IUItctrlclty
be 111. US 000C. the past year with the pub somewhat greater."
I Bedroom, 14. utility. Built r. UcCOMIC R*|. Broker
lic for the most part remainingon
la kitchen, only ONE! YEAR YOU KNOW Y WHY POUT
a-u VWntiweie / ACTS ICU W. WANT 117 iou PuT
OLD. THA. financed, 7800 the sideline. The Dow Jonei BE GETS LETTERS )* \ *"L> MBH I"8 THOuawTPM itCDh Iti 1.00. 90. TH.A SCeAU.y A OUBBr/, ITHOW SUN* AWAY fWtU.
Industrial has mirroredmore COULD 6ST TW'MAN PRINC.9flINVA4ON NOTAPRWCgt3i 09IN IPS) TM*
month. CHOICE RESIDENTIAL LOT MCypra. average MADISON, WIs. (UPI)-Jlc1c l >VMua> T /V0UWSB6 /
per will tnuiM.. Gardlne. Call 3M-J634.Ro4d. Owner t-tt accurately the quality of Olson said he baa been flooded ( SSciEt -X "CX. t3eASTyI J JewuNpJJ f ORCS f t TALK THI, oVERI>

See Allen Dowd at Tract office the securities participating rather with letters-some anti.Negro, *7/T ,

26U St. and Av' A, SW. LARGE Chain of Lake lot 11500 than the quantity. The eco some anti-Semitic and torn Zf ,
CY 10 Kttlt.Acrea, $31000. Call anytime-U nomic outlook remains bright ant!.Catholic since President ta

JOHN 0. WOOD&ASSOC.lnc. with steel and paper production Johnson's 16-year-old daughter,
as well at retail sales remain. Lucy Banes, visited him las
Legal Advertising log at high levels. The market month..

however la not without prob The University of Wltconat ...
Developers. Builders l1&IcIe T. Cndltw. lems. The recognition of Red student also Bald many of the i '

8HS1T ftZlI.130S IN THE COINTTCOIBT It"DGZ" China by France, the shooting letters urged him to use his 1 1Y
<< tOtKTV IN AND, FLOSUAAIN FOB FOLK down of a U.S. training plane 'contacts"' for favors la Wash I fat

1-13 RE ESTATE Of and the recent coup la Viet Nam ington. t )

i CLINTON LEROY HOUSTON.. ....d post urgent questions at to fu. "Our course, I don't believe
MICK T. An Cradlton and Pomona HIV :uri foreign policy. We maintain any of the writers," be salt

:A fame *( preetue and aitnlty. Balleai :.- Inf Claim. or IJemancll Asauut that while the long term "la any event, they are trou ....
_IIIUolI. ODe owner prop Sao, Olal'l trend of stock prices remain up hUng themselves for nothing"
Inspection InTtted You. and sack of you. are htroby : NOM WAKS UPWNAl' I MAOOIa 1Ot1 NAVRA MI
etty. D r r tMna SNYOUr 61 ILL
DOtU..s to 111. In duplicate all 11MDO 17711 DKi WITH 1116NAIRDRIISFR
off.,. wanted. Will take tae ()IMPt.I ARer y0U ((1P NOON
I claims and demand which you AT4URRY .
l 111II&II house .. dowa payment tOarue have .,al..t tnt mats oj Clinton ARTICLES FOR SALE tae YETI U'U. BI 0.-All EXPECT GRKTis
!, apartment roar et lotOvt I Leroy Houston dtoraMd. la the UPi /
rf SUM wnwr. oKlo. of Richard A. Bnawm County
Ill A... D, VI Judca. at hi. stiles )a th. Court o
n-TT House at Bartow Florida, wlthla f
do calendar month from Fib 11.
1SU which I. U. data of th. tint 0C 3tI I #
publication of this nolle Each '
$8500.00 claim or demand muit b* In writInc. SPECIAL ." rt..
mint state UM place of raildene .

2018 28th SL NW the ,claimant and poet must ettlc.b.addrau sworn of to )!

and must be Wtd .. afonuld, or
Conor lot completely fenced yard. .U. came will become ...141. CLASSIFIED S 0)
two bedroom. CB house near /'/ ELLEN BROOKS ,
.chool and church. Ideal !for AamlntilratrU ) 11 Y
the retired couple 1100000 BOBBY A. WEBB READER
down rmenU t 700 monthly Attorney at Law
owner will trade this for PO Box 1377
lar e. bom cr m lot I Winter Hann Fonda SERVICE
I r b. 11. 11. 25. March I 1M4

Napes. T. Crrdllcr.IK ASKED Mt: Tr. YL sd ARE THEY ) UNMENTIONASLE. .,
THE IOIMT trriflEi
corlll'!", FLOK10A THEM

To All Creditors and Ftnou. Ha-
a l.a.e AtkukS, 3.aIt. ln( Claim or Xxmaad. AjUnrt FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD a
Bald Estate 1 1 I II IUI I-
410 You. and each of you ar hereby

claim notified and to demand til. In duplleat.which you all Notices For This Department 1 I (I

have atalnit the .tat. of Glady.

PRICED TO SELL of M Green.Richard decMied.A. Bronwn la th.County office Limited To 5'v.Jp y1i

Jull,., at hi. office In th. Court \
Large, clean 4 suite apartment. HOUM at Bartow Florida within I. .Items to .. er away le the .. Ne ...... Ne c..... GCWHATA

Completely furnished. Owner its l calendar monthi from Feb 4th MM! .f III ., lets ,.I rIlFRCT' IIjOM2Rfitn p
will finance . IBM. which I. the date of the lint AU CeM.I. .
publication of thl. notice Each II Ward Unlit .1 IteM t.
COOPER REALTOR claim or demand mUM be In writInr -. 4. Ads mnt ke kr*.f kt .h t.I. .
GENE leek Ad.
must ..a.. the place of reeldrnc.

S721SJJ the claimant. and poet mUM office b. sworn address to and of IMK Mtlc mnt .....1.| riM .....,,,.. *s.rt.... wrht*. I MUST NOT FOR AN IMCTIi>T TRIBUTE TOT

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same will become void camber. .1411I1'1II If WfAttr- CROWN OEWEtS//- IS REPUTATION FORRLIABILIrUP
Wllllim J. Prultt lie .ller. .. I Ie edv..se, SOME FRESH AN HONOR,TO &E TRUSTED ,..
RAPE! WINES. 4. N. MinwicW .. win ke f31MPLV GO"y'
VAN PKIVER BUILt>ING. y. N. ,*.* ..*nIt ,
Retired? |
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I You'll like this hornet = '2CIRCIILATINIS .. l:
:5 At 120 Orange Avenue in = I
= Lake Shipp Heights weE = i t 1 to
HUNTER: l4t Ridlnff ..utnt es.-
!- heater (oil)
: have a 2 bedroom. CB Kt.00. FE J-l&JI a" ud black 8U U. CY 1-77M. r
home that has been all f 11700.
:S spruced up for you, with | USED Jalouol.1I 11oo" Bpd ....
dowl, 1:16: 00. J'R .16Ot. HONG KONG has '*. Wid... r
:S new paint Inside and out ? Chair and Ottomw. SlfOa CY
s has screen porch ands = 4-41IL ETC CY ST21S.I t ,

carport Orange trees Is rim.nBEAtmnrL -.. s to I ft n vilo C 1.M
in rear yard total price = 1260 each. Larry Lewis lAO nod RGooosd enoA \ keaten.
EI Ave ft. NW 'Inwood'. CY S-Mj. ".00 ...,11,
| just $7,500. Can: lt92 Itb St.. 811. .--
10EONS. e. m m.a.. lira'chtwhim '
MALCOLM TETBEAULT Fantail.. 7V UP En.- .a. BRIN0 A LARGI SRUSI4W1TN 4e. r. -n .
Irn Wtliut Baptist Church GAS ITOTK Geed _dIUo.. 4t7U T41L AFTtRNC)0 A-w'
I Eves a SUB.. CT IS07I |
CY 4100. 120 00. no and BL, uk Ida. / SKllON KOvEt /11 tMf RC GOINOTO 1 1iJ'ues

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TOWN >* .00. :ltUW after S.00 p.m. hole wheel Never bets _d. .It
Eargala 13100.. JM-U7I, 41 Slit
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You'll find the BIGGEST BARGAINS around
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SALES ft SERVICE feature Shop ft Save BIG VALUES

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2(0 6th St.. N.W. CY 3.3143 117 AVe. A. NW.

asw S; Another Feature at Mather. rimIlADIES'

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C Interior Decorating 2-Pc. Sportswear Set

51 Dacron & Cotton

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&pi: for Expert Advice on Home Furnishings, We are happy lo announce the ,new look of Natural Bridge Shoes are
Solid Colors with
Carpeting and Draperies Call HARVEY now available at Leed's. We are happy to bring to you this outstanding line.
Lh KENT at Mather. Phone CY 43125. Printed Blouse.

C We have a large selection of Natural Bridge and other famous brand name setIIelkLilldsoy
Sizes 8 to 18
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6.70x15 Blactwall Plus $9888 I In Bud
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.. For Immediate Delivery Armstrong
12 Patented Varieties
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WALDOM .l.v.ry! tombliui smut tyl!., with ,.p.." ....f... 01..chin,tHJj picture In all-. Sterling SilverMonteiuma $251
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the b.hl.n.bls! coal!I' .I*, .lutl.b.d I topllno.*4 led| right w.1kklna: 0 Completely portable,compact and lightweightOut
kod. It'l, th. .h.. yu'll wear moro tk.* ,fiy otktr thl..o.WHITI t ALL ROSE BUSHES ON DR. HUEY ROOTSTOOCREINTS
front sound from oval "
$1395 speaker
0 Rtractable ID-stage,telescopic'; antenna .
=: CY 3-4107 ILK.IONE PATENT Natural BridgeRED 0 Gray and silver cabinet *..

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