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 12, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
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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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Workers Back On Cape Jobs .

t As Judge Stops Rail PicketsLegion

Honors Ranger- Go Look For No. 6 Court's OrderIs

LEGION AWARDS-five members of the Frlerson-Nichols American Five With 45Years' WASHINGTON (UPI) The So Ranger, launched from may have. Ranger-T has been In Effect

legIon Post were presented membership awards lISt night during ceremonies at the space agency may lendR.nler.7 Cape Kennedy Jan 30, must be ready to go up for some time.
Legion Hell. From left, First Vice Commander Don Koehler, John Henna James Nelson to the moon to find listed-along with five previous The next favorable period for

Mites F. Storm, end W. V. Schock. Tony Bonedio, who was to receive 45-year national out what happened to Ranger Rangers-as a failure. It made a shot at the moon starts Feb Until Thursday

commander's card, was not present for the ceremonies. Service'Membership Ranger, one of the 'most a fine fight, but It didn't get 25. ,
sophisticated spacecraft ever the pictures which the National NASA would like very much

launched, made an almost. Aeronautics and Space Administration to find out by studying the radio CAPE KENNEDY (UPI-The
awards were perfect Tight to the moon a (NASA) needs to pick transmissions from Ranger space center'i construction
Reds Demand Return presented to I number of Legionnaires couple of weeks ago a landing site for the Apollo astronauts 6, what went wrong on that workers returned to work today
at the weeklymeetIng 1! It crashed into the moon's scheduled to visit the flight before triggering another after a federal Judge Tuesday
of Fricrwn.Nichols1 I I Post Sea of Tranquility within 20 moon before 1970. Webb and others say they are night temporarily halted picketIng .
Tuesday night. miles of its aiming point and NASA Administrator JamesE. confident that the remaining by striking railroad worker .

First Vice Commander Don within one.thrd of a second of Webb told a news conference three flights in the Ranger program that paralysed 1213 million

Koehler membership; chairman its predicted arrival time. This Tuesday that one possibil starting with No, T, will In construction for two d.).."
Of Soviet! Defector presented 43 year national was a trumph of rocketry and ity wss that the six television provide the needed closeups of "They're beginning to'com

commander's cards to spacecraft guidance.But cameras of Ranger 6 were the lunar surface, back this morning," a spokesman
James Nelson, John Hanna, W. for some still unknown damaged 2tt minutes after The question: Should they said "As the word
V. Schock and M. F. Storm reason Its six television cam takeoff by being turned on pre. shoot Ranger In case they spreads, more ire showing
GENEVA (UPI-The Soviet secret information on Soviet commect on Tsarapkln's and G. W. Hints was delegatedto eras failed to Uk the 3,000 maturely.It don't find out for sure why; rep" ,
Union today demanded that the nuclear arms production. charges. But earlier they convey the award to Tony closeup pictures of the moon is not known for certain Ranger failed In its mission! Nearly 3,400 worker?:were
Swiss return defected Soviet Nossenko security officer had said Nossenko's information Bonadio, who was absent for which constituted the whole that this happened, although Appropriate panels art study turned away by picket lines
security official. Yurl I. No. with the Soviet delegation to could be very valuable to an aggregate of 22$ years- of purpose of the flight. there are reasons to believe It ing that question now. Monday and Tuesday There
senko believed to have top. the nation disarmament conference the West in devising strategy service to the Legion. were no signs of picket today
here, disappeared last for the talks.Nossenko's. HinUe and Clayton Nlsbet/ and traffic flowed smoothly into
Tuesday The United States information is believed were awarded the gator patchto Brannen SeeksReelection I the spaceport
Weaver Named said be had defected and asked here to Include whetherthe be placed on their orange James Sutton Is U. S. District Judge George
for political! ssylum. Kremlin really wants an caps, awarded In 1963 for obtaining C. Young Issued the stop order,

Semyon K. Tsarapkln, headof agreement on general and complete more than 25 membersthis good until S p.m. Thursday after
the Soviet delegation! angrily disarmament. year A similar award As an unusual late.night bearing .
Director Of charged at a news conference Tsarapkm blamed Switzerland was made posthumously to Hurt In Accident in Orlando The order.wait
former Commander G. E, Carpenter
today that Switzerland directly for the official's who died last fall. They : Into effect at 6 am today: and
disappearance a union lawyer said It ,wouldbe
permitted "foreign agents" to
engineer Nossenko's disappear "This can only mean thai Commander's also received 45th the year National pins Polk Sheriff Former Auburndale Council and $800 damage to the Carlson I obeyed It"
United Fund Swiss authorities The restraining order was'Osued '
ance. not only do and the national commander's man James Sutton 43, who Is car.
He appeared to be Implying not provide delegates to International person appreciation cards vice president of a grove Im Carlson was charged with at the request of the National
the United States behind conferences with sufficient /wYww Labor Relation. Board
was Frank Tlllis and Claude plement company was seilous- disobeying s traffic
the defection but he did not accuse protection security and Brotherton were given membership I ly Injured in a car.truck accident signal (NLRB). The government

it directly. guarantees but also allow the stars, nations! eom.manlier' I just west of the city claimed Local 85 of the.,Order
He said that "if it be true provocative activity on their of Railroad Telegraphers
pint and cards and Jour other treated was
that Nossenko Is really In the soil of foreign agents," he said. also, their orange caps for signIng" at Winter Haven Hospital Ministers! t Help acting as agents for four striking
hands of the United States authorities Weatern officials said information 25 members. yesterday after an aCctdcnt! in rail unions ,In promoting an
,". tbts I snows"laxness possessed by .Nnl. ,)JCortler and BiU CWke.Ycra, V Winter Haves C ':' 'I illegal boycott and trying'' to
or} worse on the part of, the'1Swiss. eouM be very valuable to the awarded" the' ifmUAjJ.commander's force the Kennedy space center
"T t West in devising strategy for 'pins and/cards, and::: Sutton, who Is associated with In United Fund to stop doing business/ with the
ICIIIIbrew /
Western officials. did not, (Continued On Page S, Col. 8)) the 1964 stark for oUalnlng 15 Winter Manufacturing Haven Hospital Co4Jais His; Florida East Coast (FEC) rail
id hY members B. L Jungbnecht/ received I way
tar and a truck collided at the The Professional Division of .
the 1964 star for signing Young will hold a full scale
more than 10 members.;. intersection of Hwy 92 and the United Givers Fund.Red hearing Thursday on the
Polk Junior The post voted to Join with Recker Hwy Just' west of Au. Cross Campaign met for break. NLRB request that the order
College ,
the woman's auxiliary to han fast at the Park Restaurant to banning picketing be extended
e die the food booth at the Florida Hospital personnel said Sutton plan the 1964 drive, which will until the full board disposes of
Citrus Exposition the weekof received severe head and be highlighted by the fact that the cue

March T14. Auxiliary members t chest ,injuries. He was ,admit ministers of the area will participate Eleven non operating unions
Will Open On Sept. 8The will serve during the day ted to the hospital. si a group for the first went on strike against the FEC

and the Legionnaires at night. Details of the early morning time. Jan, 23, 1963, in a wage dispute.The .
A dozen men are needed to accident, Investigated by the The breakfast was marked! line Is now using nonunion
Polk School Board yeserdsy for business Sept. I, the day staff the booth and act as Florida Highway Patrol were with the premiere showing of labor to move freight only,
approved an opening 'I after Labor Day. Teachers will "bark rs." MONROE BRANNEN not available. the Interpretive film, "Town
CLARENCE WEAVER report three weeks earlier on The post voted unanimously A two-car collision at the Intersection With Two Facer"
date a salary schedule, a planof Monroe Brannen, a
Clarence Weaver was unsnImously Aug 17. to endorse their commander law enforcement of Sixth St and Ave Mayor Richard Dantzler general .
officer In Polk
elected executive dl organization a basic curriculum The salary schedule set up Is If. R. Summervllle, for another County for than A, SE, shortly after S p,m. yea chairman of the Professional DependentsQuit
more a
and a department head basically the same as that now term as sergeant at arms of of has quarter erdsy resulted In injury to fourtersons. Division, presided at the
rector of the United Giver the Florida Legion Department a century announced meeting Overall campaign
used for
for the new Polk Junior Col. grades through 12 be will be .
Fund-Red Cross Campaign at ege. but It is $200 higher for each subject to the election at the date for a candl Treated at Winter Haven Hos- plans were explained by the 'Gifmo7WASHINGTON
re-election In
the regular monthly meeting The new school will be open classification. The lowest salary state convenlon in July. Sum. Democratic the pita! and released were Orvllle president of the United Givers '
primary on May
mervlile la his fifth Fund. Andrew P. Ireland the
of the board of directors, yes.terday. is for a teacher with a serving I. T. Carlson and his wife. Alma. ; .
peer In that office. He previous Iowa and Irntraich.l-'ma-n 0tl li yesr's .'
bachelor's degree and no ex The both of Albert City, ,
49 old
perlence. This Is $4,650 for a ly had served as assistant sergeant year peace officerIs John F. and Mary B Schlpull. campaign William L. Raley; (UPl):-Wom.
Tree now serving his fourth I
Weaver had taken over II Disposal 10 month period.Instructors -at.arms for the depart sheriff lie was elected yearas In tone was Injured seriously and the executive director en and children will be removed II I
acting executive director a few ment. Clarence Weaver
with a master's Carlson was the driver of one gradually from the Guantanamo
weeka ago when Ed Keyes who degree will be paid $400 more 1960 district after eight years of dutyas vehicle and dance Adelle Red. The goal of the Professional Naval Base In Cuba the'De.
fcss been In charge of the or. than those with five constable and I division Is $7,500, Mayor Dsnts- fence announced to
a bachelor's A ding, 1301 Evelyn Dr., was Department
Plans Are SetWinter more than 13
as a
years member
gisnlzstion for several years. master's degree plus 24 sem, Chairman Cites of the Lakeland Police De. riving[ the second automobile her told the group The campaign day. The purpose is to Improve
unable to take charge of will bo held this
was ,
ester hours beyond the mciter' Officer Edwin Smith estimated :year he "garrison posture"04 the
this, :year's drive because of will be worth as last, In a one.day blitz In base spokesman said
Haven't new beautifl- another In his announcement, Sheriff $900 damage to the Redding car a
illness. cation centered round $500 and aa earned doctoratewill which the entire Lake Region No more dependents of either
program 1 Brannen said
The board named Weaver as removal of dead or damaged bring another $600. Red Cross JobTommy "Since my election: In 1960, will be canvassed by. an armyof military or civilian personnelwill
Keyes' successor the yesterday. citrus trees, Is expected to get I These salaries are all about I have made every effort to Villas Has No volunteer workers be sent to the bsss and the
Speaking for board Pru Dr. Robert B. Hamilton Is
under in about 10 days- average except for the doctorate ,000 already there will be
way render service to the citizensof
ident Andrew P, Ireland said chairman of the ministerialgroup
"Mr. Weaver brings a lifetime'' the tentative starting; date is according to Dr. Fred Len. Grant chapter chairman Polk County as their sheriff Rebuilding Plan In the Professional Divl- rough home by early 1966, the
Monday, Feb. 24, It was festey president of the college.Dr for the Winter Haven area Our basic policy in the past department said '
of experience training and education don Working with him are: '
nounced Lenfestey pointed out that American Red Cross yesterday President SaysThe The department alsoT: announced
to the local United today. .n.// :rears has been service with the Rev Emerson Jones, the
The project, launched for the time being most of the I praised the work of the chapter honesty and efficiency. that several hundred of
Fund. We indeed fortunateto Rev. Leo King, the Rev. Wil
are PbD's will be when Villas Winter Haven's ,300 Cuban workers at the bass
former Commissioner Willard )I department heads during the past month "On that platform which Iam liam T
have obtained a man will Frederick as chairman of the and ss such will receive an additional its various elements helped ina pledged to continue I plush private club which was Tiffin. Capt. William already have been fired and art
am Whittle the Armond Wolf.
his ability in all areas of United Rev.
wide of destroyed by five hour fire longer working Others are
Chamber of Commerce $40 per month.Tentative variety projects over seeking a second term ss the a Dr. James the ao
Fund work so well qualified the district. Jsn. 10 has Immediate rem. Barnett to be released later In line with
fie a tion Committee Is courses already > ridge sheriff of Polk County." on no
Rev. J Willis i the
in the day to day administration venture of the ; Be.UU.I planned in the technical.voca- Grant presided at the month. Brannen, a resident of Lake- plans to rebuild Dr. Charles Rev. Delmar Debault Campbell, the Rev. a presidential directive.The .

highly to successful the organizing fund of cam a (Continued On Page I, (Continued On Page I, CoL 2) ly meeting at Red Cross head and, Is a native I Floridian, He T, Parka, president, announced David Dletxel, the Rev. Wil- announcements wert
quarters.A today. made by Arthur Sylvester, asistant -
was born at _Lake_ Rutw .in_ Jam the Rev Joseph
paign. report from M,.. L. B. Anderson lilt. the son of n The announcement came following Downey: defense secretary for
a pioneer rawdry, the Rev Robert Far
Weaver was executive vice Jr.. for the Office of farm couple. He attended school the annual members public affairs, at a Pentagon
president of the United Givers Missionary Assembly Draws Volunteers showed that there there and came to Lakeland meeting held Sunday, I row and from Auburndale the news conference
Fund of Niagara Falls, N. Y, were 192 volunteer workers 10 1931 (Continued On Page I, Col. 7)

for 25 :years Also, during thai serving during January. Eight years later, he became .. ... ,
period with the approval of the There were 82 Gray Ladles f; ". ..
board he directed some local One Of Biggest Audiences who served a total of 1,101 (Continued On Page I, Col. 4) 'g ,. +. '

major purpose campaigns, the I hours In the Winter Haven Hospital. :; 'tf"

highest of which war for $1,100,,. In addition there were S ) ,f4il't'"
One of the largest congregations I has served the put few year Gray Gentlemen who also 'J
000.Mr.. and Mrs. Weaver then to attend a Florida Chainof 1' as a missionary under the served' at the same place. Horne Johnson ::1' .
of Brethren.She ,
Church the
retired to Florida, but he found Missionary Assembly Winter At the County Hospital.Nursing
he could not fully retire so he Haven in many years was told of "the awakening"I home and Senior Citizens
directed the Sanford United present Tuesday evening for I that has come to the more than home 14 Gray Ladles made the Launch TalksWASII1NGTON I
Fund campaign for two years the closing session of the three. 20 new nations of Africa but trip to Bartow to help with this :
day event. Addresses on missionary devoted most of her remarksto
and last year was ssslitsnt director work In Nigeria and Nigeria, where Protestant (Continued On Page 8, Col. 2)
of the $1,500,000 campaign (UPI-Pres-

mission work "has made
the dissemination of the printed exceptional
In Jacksonville. Ident Johnson and British
word in the various mission gains under, the benign
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver have fields around the world influence of Great Britain Fruit Shipments Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug
purchased a home on Polk were given. I ," which granted independence las.Home met today for a far-

Drive, SE. The Rev. James R. Blackwood to the 42,000,000 people of Dally carloadings (In boxes) ranging/ discussion of critical

a pastor of First that country last year from the Fruit and Vegetable world problems, Including Cyprus
terian Church presided pn.bY'1 Mrs. Welch, one of the leadIng I Inspection Division! Cuba, Berlin, and South.
ExHaveniieElected session which featured special Negro missionaries and vocalists By rail, 7.44 grapefruit, 2,031 east Asia

music by Louis Bass, minister of this country praised oranges, 540 tangerines 501 temples The British prime minister ( .RTl -
To Dadecommission of music of the church with the work of the missionaries ofall 1,022 murcotts; by boat accompanied by Lady Douglas -.ws-w :, .. i
Mrs. Bass as soloist. churches abroad but warned 528 grspefruit; by. truck 72,605 .Home, British Foreign Secretary ..;....". -- 2t ---.'
The that the Influence of Christian R. A. Butler and other
work of Protestant missions grapefruit 31,343 oranges, 104
t In Nigeria, largest of the ity is being endangered by "re tangerines, 10,014 temples 4,163 top aides arrived at the White CLERGYMEN JOIN UNITED FUND DRIVE-Ministers of the Lake Region area have
Earl M. Starnes, son of Mr. new African republics, was cent Incidents among races in murcotts, 477 tangelos; total, House by helicopter from Andrews Coined the United Givers Fund-Red Cross Campaign to work as I unit this year. Shows
and Mrs. T. L. Starnes of Winter I graphically portrayed by Mrs. our own country." She told (0,579 grapefruit 33,374 oranges Air Force Base where .t the meeting of the Professional Division are, from left: seated, the Rev. James Th mpj(

Haven, was elected citycounty Rosa Page Welch noted missionary how pictures and stories of 644 tangerines 10,515 temples their Royal Air Force Jet liner son, Auburndale; the Rev. Bill Downing, Hop. Presbyterian; Dr, Robert Hamilton, eheir,
commissioner of District and vocalist from CM- such incidents In Mississippi, 5,185 murcotts 477 tangelos for put down after a flight from man; the Rev Bob Farrow, First Presbyterian: the Rev. William C. Swygert First Metlt.

I in Miami yesterday. Clio.- Birmingham and several northern a shipping total of 130,774 boxes. Ottawa. tdist In Auburndale; back row, the Rev. J. Willis Campbell, Inwood Baptist; the Rev<,
Mrs. St.mil is the daughterof Although herself a member titles have bad wide circulation Cannery receipt., 94,102 grapefruit Johnson and Douglas home David Dietiel Lake Alfred Presbyterian; the Rev James Barnett First Christian the

Mrs.Haven Vivian Wright of Winter of the Disciples of Christ throughout Africa and 364,125 oranges for a cannery faced the task of hashing over lev. Lee King Beymtr Methodist; Capt. William T. Whittle, Salvation Army; the'Rev.

. I (Christian Church, Mrs. Welch (Continued On Page I. CoL I) I total of 4JI.227 boxes. Continued on Page .. Col 1) Bill Tiffin. St. John Methodist; the Rev 0. R. Wolfram Inmtn Park Baptist.AMERICAN y

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Garner SchoolPTA Audubon Schedules Group Film Gets Elected Birch Society Leader Health Federal-State Program Bomb Threats Kile Deadline Contest Set

Hears Talk In LakelandLeonard And RobbedMIAMI Writing New JFK Book Asked By Bryant Delays Train For SaturdayThe

deadline for
Hall of Caledonia, TAMPA (UPI-GoT. Farris la
the first annual
Mo., nationally known naturalist BEACH (UPI)-"Con. Bryant called Tuesday for fed- JACKSONVILLE (UPI) Two sponsored by the kite Winter contest,

On ChildrenMrs. lecturer and writer will pre gratulattona. I voted for you," CHAMPAIGN, Ill (UPI) A "rapidly becoming t political! eral-state health programs anonymous bomb threat. Tuesday weD Recreation Department Ha.,
sent film at the Lakel.ndCivic
a Center Auditorium said one of two gunmen' who John Birch Society leader who liability" which do not Impose on the delayed tour Florida East has been extended, Mrt. Helen
said Americana would learn to"curst" Oliver, a member of the Na lives of Coast Railway trains for several Rile, In charge of the
elected Dad recipients. event
at S o'clock under newly
Wunderlich, a day night
Henry the late President John tional Council of the John Birch houn. announced ,
member of the Polk County the auspices of the Lake Re. County Mayor Chuck Hall as he F. Kennedy, worked today on Society since the society was The governor told about :300 : Two armed guards at a bridge The deadline
School System for 29 yearswai lion Audubon Society returned borne from I victor another article oullning the lea formed, has been on the University state and local officials at I over the St. Johns River reported scheduled for was originally
today, lira.
Hall's subject U "Audubon party early today sons of Kennedy's I..Ullna.I I of Illinois faculty since Governor's Day luncheon at the four men under Rile
las early said, but Interested
guest speaker Wilderness. persons
But the may
his lion 1937. He is considered an out : State Fair that the span
night. at the regular meeting He is accompanied en his The gunman, addressing University of Illinois classicist It.ndinlacholar In classics and government men fled and escaped when enter by simply "being at Den
of the! Garner Elementary lecture tour by Mrs. Hall, aDd victim as "Mr. Mayor," the Revilo P. Oliver said Kennedywas baa held Guggenheim and Ful- changes In the changing times challenged. AuthortUet exami lean Field" at I a m. on Sat.
School PTA. they will be house guests of fleeced Hall and his wife of aD. slain because be ell behind bright fellowships for advanced must be accepted. ned the bridge, found no explosives urda, the day of the con.test. .
Mrs. Olive Hendrickson of Winter undetermined amount of jewelry In a Communist timetable study "Welfare Is a act of life," and allowed the trains to .
Mrs,, Wunderlich's talk concerned locked them in a close.
Haven She is treasurer of for taking over the United the governor said. proceed. The contest win consist of
children and some of the Florida Audubon Society and fled with a companion. States. four events: smallest largest
their problem in growing up. and Its former secretary.Hall Hall was elected to the newly Oliver's article appeared In Presley GivesFDR's He said that one of the thingsthe Can moat unusual and the kite letting

She opened her talk by quoting plans to mike a field created post Tuesday. While he the February issue ot American late President Kennedy was, Voters the most string
Thoreau trip to Myakka State Park was at his celebration part, Opinion, official magazine Yacht trying to get across when he, Ther. are three tit groups for
"you are mature while he Is in Florida the bandits evidently were tunedto of the John Birch Society He spoke here Nov. IS, four days ReRegisierFrom each event, 12 years and under,
In rriatkm to the number of the radio and, beard of his To Coast Guard
I 13 years through it, and 17
said he would publish another before he was slain, was that 9 To 9
do without. victory.
things you can years and up.
article the subject in
Then abe went on to say that Area Deaths The bandits, wearing chees the March on American same Opinion.He MEMPHIS (UPI) Singer state requirements la taking Ribbons will be awarded to
"children arc the reflected lot cloth masks aDd brandishing said In the 16-page article Elvis Presley will go to Miami care of citizens are growing The registration headquar- the first three placea In each
age ei what we think they are pistols they found in Hall's that Kennedy's memory wouldbe Friday to present a yacht he faster than federal require. tera in Winter Haven City Hall event for each age group, and
If yeas love your children, they, JOHN T. TTNDAL swank apartment forced the "cherished with distaste." bought two weeks ago to the ments. will be open from t a.m. to I trophies to each winner.In .

in turn will be lovable. If you John Thorns Tyndal, 41, of mayor to open two safes They Robert H. W. Welch Jr., foun United States Coast Guard The state can benefit best p.m. tomorrow. case of bad weather Sat.
love your country, are honest, I took cash, Jewelry and then tooka Auxiliary Those eligible to vote who urdsy the contest will be
450 Pomelo st., Lake Alfred, der of the society and editor of through cooperation with the postponed
mature, then childrei ring and necklace from MrUalL I A spokesman for the entertainer have not reregistered since to the
your died early this morning Winter tit monthly publication, said federal government In welfare following week,
probably are too" said Presley decided to Jan. 1 must do so before April Mrs Rile noted.
Haven Ilospitil. the article was a "superb com and health programs, Bryant
The ring was valued at $10, In order to vote in the May
Mrs. Wunderlich, who ii now A native of Rents, Ga., he mentary." give the famous yacht, the Poto said. 4
serving aa county coordinator moved to Lake Alfred from 000. Value of the other loot wa "And if the International! vermin mac, which once belonged to One program be suggestedwas primaries
of ipcial education, then reminded Meadow, Ga., in 1933. He wa not immediately known. succeed in completing their President Franklin D. Roosevelt teaching home cursing so The registration headquartersat Mortgage
parents that one cannot to the Coast Guard after city hall la for the convenience
employed as a long distance occupation of our country, Oliver that oldsters do not have to go
accept a child until one'a Boat March of Dimes officials said of those who live In the Loans
driver for C. F. Rosa True Cuban wrote, "Americana will remember Into community homea "at great.
self b acceptable.The lag, Lake Alfred, and was I Kennedy while they they could not accept It. Pres expense and heartbreak." city and in precincts north, east
five bank needs of chll- member of the First Baptist Sought As live, and will curse him as they ley bought the yacht at auction In the area of mental! retardation and south of the city limits. .about to u.
dreouwert brought out by Mrs.Wuede toll for $55,000 to present to the Those who live west of the city yourproblems.
Church of Lake Alfred. face the firing squads or Bryant said, parents can
lich tt acceptance, He is survived by his widow, Patrol Craft 1m a brutish degradation that March of Dimes, but the founda be taught to care for afflicted -Inwood, Westwood and Lake .
achievement, partlcipa.tioe.W.upreaaioe. Mrs. Nora Dooauy Tyndal of leaves no hope for anything butt lion said it could not afford to children at least part of the Deer areas-register at the NO APPRAISAL FEE
and guidance Lake Alfred; I daughter, Mrs KEY WEST UPI-The State speedy death." maintain the vessel time, relieving the work load County District 3 barn.DUNDEE ON
toward aclfdiselpllM.U Bob Willis of Sanford; a eon, Conservation Department :I. Oliver said Kennedy did Presley's spokesman said the and again perhaps keeping them FIRST MORTGAGESFIRST
closing, she urge the par. John Wayne Tyndal of Late seeking to confiscate a 50oo much for "the Communist conspiracy Memphis singer bad dozens of out of community homes. MORTGAGE
eats de glee mar tine to their Alfred; his step mother, Mrs fishing boat that two Cuban defectors ," but was ailing behind offers to buy the boat for more "Why can't we attack human Hn. Luis Pearce Ii In St. CORP.
children "more than anything Rosle Tyndal ef Wildwood; sailed to Florida last a scheduled date of 1963 than be paid for It, but "Elvis ailments and still not Invade the Petersburg for a visit with her Of WINTER HAVEN
else.pe need to take time to three sisters, Mrs. Tbclm year. for the "effective capture of the didn't go Into the boat business lives of the people?" Bryant nephew and niece, Mr and 511 Central Ave., CY 3-ilSl
underttaid and to love and to White of Apopka; Mrs. Ruby Legal officer Tom Gibson said United States" and he was ." asked. Mrs. Charles Bates.
vlew-.Jili problems from the Crow. of Wildwood; and Kiss Tuesday the department ha I
way tte world looks to him." Jewell Tyndal of Wildwood: applied to the General Service
b other business the treasurer's ail brothers, Robert Tyadal aDd Administration (GSA) in Atlanta Week
report was given by Mn. W. W. Tyndal both of Lk for possession of the MolcroSO. Advertising Recognition
Doe Harris and the minutes Alfred, Leonard Tyndal of Win Gibson said the stale I I.
were ,read by Mrs. Richard ter Haven, Prentis Tyndal of asking for the boat to use to
Steed,_ secretary The Invoca- Macon, Ga., Charles Tyndal of patrol Florida waters against FEBRUARY 9 thru 15th
too. bras given by William Facksonvllle, and Orlando Tyn Cuban poachers .
Lavender. dal of Wildwood; and twrandchlldren. Gibson Is here to prosecute a
Presiding over the meeting ,[ Cuban: fishermen seized Feb. Z
wa.< the president Kenneth Funeral services will be held and charged with fishing in
Schuli.. st three o'clock Friday after Florida waters without e license

moos at the Ott-Unghlia Funeral -
Sec Witness Home Chapel with thlev. Ministers Meet
O. Charles Hortoa pan.tor .

Dies In Fire First Baptist Church 01 On Malaysia I.- .
Lake Alfred officiating. Burialwill .
MDtEOLA, N.Y. (TJPI-Nas- be in Lakeside Memorial PHNOM PENH, Cambodia H.
aau County police today awaited Park, Winter Haven (UPI)-Philippine Prealdent D -
aa sitfopsy report in the fiery Friends may call at the Chapel osdado Maeapafal and Malaysian .
death-of a key witness IBsubixian a Thursday evening between Prime Minister Abdul
housewife. sea ring I and 1.MARTIN. Rahman have agreed to meet
proQe with Indonesian President Su .. .
Stlclde was definitely ruled C. TAYLOR karno in an effort to settle the 1 ;. 1 - ,
Martin C. Taylor, 82, 336 it '" '. f ... .61tw j .
out In the death of Edmond If.Nuftqt explosive Malaysia dispute, S s.ea..ed 4eel \ :
49, whose charred body Ave. It HW, died yesterday was reported today err aaay,........... 'Go' "r' ." \ I'-f.' ''tit ,.- ",
was-feund In his burning auto- afternoon at Rogers' Rest Home (la Kuala Lumpur, Rahman .L ,r .. 1't1C'cf.Ji't
moBUe Tueaday.EARN. following a lengthy illness. aid Malaysia U prepared to :: :' 1 .
He was a native of Mitchell establish I consulate in Manila ;;;': "
County, Ga., and came to Win. a. a first step toward normal. --: -=::. --
ter Haven to-make his home ration of relations with the .
in 1924. lie was a retired sur 'billpplnes.)
veyor and was a member of

the Survivors Baptist church.include, his widow, I Hospital News

Mrs. S. Julie Taylor of Win.
ter Haven; one son Clinton W'I i TUESDAY'S ADMISSIONS
Taylor of Atlanta, Ga.; two Winter Haven
[ 4 % daughters, Mrs. Ruth Klerce Mrs. Gaston Ceer, Mrs. C.
and Mrs. Annie Bell Kierce, W. Wiley. Mrs. William H.
both of Winter Haven; one sis Brigham, Mrs. Mary S. Salta-
ter, Mrs. John Turner of Ca. man Mrs. Frank Steger, Alan
mlllls, Ga., one brother, Vernon Ford Baby Michael Thompson
Car of Pelham, Ga., nine Baby David Holland
Oe It Moths"Certlfltetes
Cheryl Mobley, Bill
.* DeeMfe grandchildren and 11 great- .
grandchildren. rVomble, Mrs. Henry B. SulIvan.
Funeral services will be held
=1 Aaburadale weeer.euea-
INFOIMATIONDIOP tomorrow at 2 from ..
= IN AT Crisp Funeral Home p.m. Chapel, Mrs. F. N. Jackson, Ben- -=t..-ra.Yiy... .=
Boyd Mrs. L.
son Ray W.
with the Rev. J. Willis
Camp. KIrkland, Marvin T. Jester, ti i lTiU lfiil1"I'Ir. : M1
THE EXCHANGE bell Church: pastor officistlng.of Inwood Burial Baptist will Mrs. Johnny C. Hall Jr., Mrs. 4 8L-=:inuu=- sii.: :sea ..""L....::.:.w ', '

Edward L. Smith, Mrs. Edward ;; .....
follow in Oaklawn Cemetery. .- s.arrare It .-i
M. Turner, Mrs. Don
Friends may call tonight at I Roberts
the Crisp Funeral Home from
Avon, Mass.Mrs. .
5 to ( o'clock.
Sophie Bobbins.
Haloes City
DUNDEEMr. Mrs. Lillian Truman, Wai-
and Mrs. Ford Jostle ter A. Boyd, Miss Claudia
Haveng have returned from a trip to
Bentley, Mrs. John R. Wadsworth. -
othan, Ala., where they left .
their daughters, Jenella and ;
Sheila at the home of their TUESDAY'S DISMISSALS
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Water; llavee
Justice expect to return to A. M. Barnes Mrs. Grady
1I.b.r cur d.p.dts Alabama in several weeks, C.! Bennett, Mr.. Frank
.re Iniur* by F.D.I.C. where they will make their Chaney, Mra. William F,

tome. Clark, Mrs. Josephine Davis, -;
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Ralph Lassiter, Baby Tommy
TONITI IS THI NITE TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIESI! eMay, Muter William Me.aughlln .

Robert Macemon,
Irs. Kenneth L. Martin, Miser .
OPEN 1:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 2:00: P.M.
Roger Norris, Bobby
MONDAY thru FRIDAY Turner, Baby David Woten. .
OPIN 12.41 P.M. C...,..... Skews Mir I P.M. SAT. eW SUN. Halnes City i oaTnssaaelt4.in :ataeKl= i
Mrs. Thomas 0. Cliett, Mrs. .
James A. little and infant
]R: Last Times Today daughter. L -i' .
-STEVE MCQUEEN in .- Mrs. Harvey Harrington.

':::pvi WITH THE Aaborndale Advertising Is the voice free choice. :
:w PROPER STRAN ERN Baby Linda Smith, Master
Terry Morris.Eagle
Master Herman Prescott Have you ever thought about how much simpler fife would be If we didn't have to make so many choices?Take a product like toothpaste.Sure .
some people are more concerned about brighter teeth, and some about cleaner breath, and some about fewer cavities-and some

f. DlSN FLORIDASOUTHERN about teeth that come out at night. But Is that really so Important? Why not one toothpaste for everybody Think of the saying time and .

+, KWOTMI UOSI MIMlOia Ul-CMTMt fUW effort. and research. And the Increased efficiency. '

Jw' Stone/ COLLEGE There are countries where these matters are handled much more effectively-arid qutetfy. One toothpaste. No commercials. One political:

/ Vagabonds the Winter present party. No arguments. '
,#- Repertory Theatre Advertising.. .who needs It?

Tarn, .*... llth Only people who want to make their own decisions. That's aIL '

Plus This WAIT DISNEY FEATURETTI -- 1:00 ,..... Advertising Is the voice of free choIce "

See. tab. 1 It'
t:00 ,..... I I 00 p.m.
Adults. $1, Stud ah Sea
OPEN AT iiOO: P.M. FIRST SHOW AT ':IO P.M. r It rut a.u Color "... Daily
TONITE end THURSDAY HIT Color For ll..rv.tlsne l
j 25e Coupon Nltes Ticket Phtn AIM* AvilKblt.11I61

.- Gina Lollobrlgide !In "NEVER SO fEW" IRANSCOMUAUDITORIUM At Doer

Also James Garner In "UP PERISCOPE" You Get The Most From Your Advertising Dollar"

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Wind Whipped The Weather-Local State And National I Community 4.4 H 1327,588 Negroes Register During New Campaign-,pj...:

ATLANTA (UPI) The first coming the traditional barriers His figures Included:
Fire 21 months of a campaign to of discrimination and voter In. Alabama 13,478 Arkanea
Destroys z Meeting SetThe tdd Negroes to the electorateIn difference 8.758 Florida 37,111 Georgia" ;
the South produced S27.588 The campaign Is endorsed by 46,347 Louisiana 5899 Mississippi

DormitoriesCOLUMBIA Winter Haven Community new voters, It was announced both the Republican and Demo- 3228 North Carolina t3f-,.
IH Club held its regular meeting today by the Voter Education cratic national committees. It 323 South Carolina 20,727 J't9'1.
C jfy, rr Monday night In the Home Project. Is foundation.financed. nessee 34,243 Tex a. 12 .59&
8. C. (UP) A economics room at Denlson The largest number of additions Participating agencies Includethe (Only 60,000 Negroes) and.Vir,
wind-whipped firs futted a dormitory Junior High School. was reported from Texas National Association for the ginia 13,877.
and two other buildings r DID ti ,,,,, Ruby Taylor and Charles and the smallest from Mississippi Advancement of Colored People
t Hancock presented a talk on i. Congress of Racial Equality .
at Columbia College early today their trip to Florida State University The new voters were added Southern Christian/ Leadership WRONG ROADNORWICH 'o.
sending hundreds of coeds p last summer where In southern states from April Conference Student Non. England (UPI) ,.
rushing from their rooms Into 'I14 1 they presented sample experiments 1, 1962. to Dec. SI, 1963. violent Coordinating Committeeand After road crews completed
tub-freezing weather yy r 'S it: i 50 F OQ trldatlon of lean Wiley A. Branton director of National Urban League. laying a road with asphalt at.
College business R. i1 .'R :. E f+' .F beef, the effect of light on VEP said the program seeks to Branton emphasized that the Eaton near here they discqy-
manager cured meat and peroxides and encourage voter registration In voter gains In the 11 states did ered it was the wrong road:
T. Barham said all of the eoo color changes on meats. They the South and to "study thereby not represent total new voters The Norwich City Corporationmay
students on the girls' campus also presented slides of other patterns of Negro voting and the but only those attributable to have to pay Eaton lot
were safe and accounted for. He experiments. most effective methods of over. VEP-sponsored activity. I paving the new road. .
estimated the Ion at more than :

to$1 keep other-million the buildings.blaze Firemen from fought spreading to { BUY THE FIRST TIRE AT OUR "NO TRADE-IN" PRICE ;:

Destroyed were the east dormitory
which housed 160 girls,
main building, which was the
college's old administration facility
and still housed its business

building offices, which and Included the the music college Get the 2nd
auditorium. SNOW AND COLD-Rain Is forecast for the extreme Pacific Northwest with thundershowers -
Night watchman Tom Connelly in parts of Washington State and the northern portion of California. Clear
noticed the blue shortly after and cold Is forecast for the Appalachians and southern Plains with snow In the Great
3 a.m. in the old main building Lakes regions, Rocky Mountains and In the southern section of the Southwest Rain I is
The college's alarm system forecast for the Gulf States with showers forecast for the middle Atlantic states The
failed to sound so he entered rest of the nation will be clear with temperatures below normal.
the adjoining east dormitoryand
shouted warnings. TemperaturesBy Florida Zones
Connelly got Ann Murphy, a
student from Batesburg, S. C., Panhandle
to go through the two story United Press International Miami .............48 78 Partly cloudy today, tonight
dorm with him, awakening the Lew High Miami Beach ....... Cl 78 and Thursday with slowly rIng '
sleeping girls. Few had time to Albuquerque ....... 32 44 Twin Cities ......... 32 39 temperature. A few showers .
grab more than a housecoat and Atlanta ............ 26 44 New Orleans ........ 33 55 Thursday. High today 54 to
a blanket. Birmingham ...... 24 48 New York ........... 24 28 60, low tonight 38 to 44. Easterly .
Pajama.clad girls many with Boston .<.......... II 28 Orlando ............38 68 winds I to II miles per
their hair In rollers, huddled In Chicago ............ 31 40 Philadelphia ....... 21 27 hour today, becoming southeasterly .
blankets In the early morning Cleveland .......... 23 35 Phoenix ............ 48 63 12 to 22 miles per
darkness. Some wept. Most students Denver ............ 26 52 Raleigh ............ 24 47 hour
went to the college chapel, Detroit ..........,. 28 40 St. Louis ........,... 28 36 Thursday.North
which served as a temporary Jacksonville ....... 33 53 San Francisco ...... 53 58 Fair through Thursday Hlg Tire"I
shelter from the 28 degree Kansas City ......... 37 42 Seattle ............ 44 today low SO's. Not quite scold
weather. Los Angeles ......... 56 64 Tampa ............ 33 87_ tonight and Thursday. wIth 1
low tonight la the 30'.. Northto
I I I northeast winds I to 12 mile
per hour. Northeast i I II

Fair through Thursday Hlg
today low SO's Not quite so told
tonight and Thursday. Low tonight I ....r I
43 to SO on the beaches to
35 inland North to northeast
wlof winds I to 15 miles per hour
becoming northeast to east
Thursday _

Winter Haven Fair through Central Thursday High IYLONAIRI

today near 60. Not quite 10
cold tonight and Thursday Low
tonight 40 to 45. Northeast to WHITEWALLS
east winds I to 15 miles per
hour. +' n
fewtbeatt tI). BLACKWALLS
Clear to partly cloudy through
Thursday High today around
{ 60 Not quite ao cold tonight and TUBELESS
Thursday Low tonight SS on I
The Specialized Job of Savinat and LOOM Association the; beaches to 45 inland. Northto otre miles -
northeast winds 10 to 18 mile TUBED -TYPE
: I.a I.
per hour becoming northeast


Fair through Tbursdsy. Rig
today in the 80'.. Not quite so SIZE TYPE 11t TIRE 2nd TIRE' : {

YOU4Busy cold tonight tonight 45 to and 50.Thursday.Northeast Low to ",..t... NO LIMIT GUARANTEE 1.70.11 Tubed-type BlacKwall 14.95160.00 :, r
east winds S to 15 miles per 70-11 Tubed-type Whitewall a 17.0S 18.00. '
hour Is honored by thousands and thousand of 1.70.11 Tubeles Dlackwall S 17.05 B.OO
Booth Firestone dealers and stores In the United State seats Tuneless Whitewall 20.05 B.OO ;:
Clear to partly cloudy through and Canada.,.wherever you travel
Thursday. High today mid.60's. 7.110.14 Tubeless Dlackwall 17.06 B.OO :
quite so tonight ,, 50-14 Tubeless Whitewall 2O 06 :
fiiral d./.ew to mrkiMnihl sad nptocMwnM*r praraM MmiKHili e..1
Thursday. Low tonight 60 to 65 n4 m.t haud InjurM MciiMbtMdwiFMitoiwplMW 'Plus tax
on the beaches to 50 inlsnd n pmtimt) lot 'ft* ant M nw tf xuMnM C :
North to northeast winds 10 to 01.of lie*!f...l V..01. ..

20 miles per hour becoming OUANANTaa am ldse Q ._- ... Just say Pay Weekly, Semi :
northeast to east Thursday --p.LM W.haw.. 5r..a O t1.3? j4vauew..l.e ) .. I
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Clear to partly cloudy through :: I
Thursday. High today mid
high 60's Not quite ao cold tonight or ALL TIRES MOUNTED FREE ;
and Thursday. Low tonight
60 to 65. North to north Fast Service by Tire Experts :;;
east winds IS to 20 miles per
hour becoming northeast to .
east Thursday. TM


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TIME Florida for period begining Bicycle per pair
T p.m. tonight and ending o
T p.m. MondaysTemperatures: I
will average ... f Attractive pattern
normal to three degrees below t Reinforced heel rest
1/ ormsl. Normal maximum high ..A.m, in Just Charge It"
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mat minimum 40's north, ] coaster brake, sea 4aa "
owSO' white blue brown .
central tjjreatone Speed Cuahion tires, sparkling chrome green,
high SO's and low
runs and fender
Boye'in Flamboyant Red; lrla"in !
O's extreme
south Warming I
Flamboyant Blue Twenty-sii-uich.: ,_
trend tonight Thursday and I IShopCraft
/ riday. Probably cooler wltbfew
SAVES ENERGY showers over weekend. Power Tool's II

Precipitation averaging one-
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Winter W.Haven I. RYNERSON.Daily Ed11er.Publlsk.r News-Chief -Today'sCommentary- THE BIG FISH STORY, NEW VERSION I Washington Window, I

JOHN W. RYNERSON Aiilitent t. the 'ubllilief
By LYLE C. WILSON contest for the Democratic sen.

ru li.h.d Jelly IOK.PT S.turd.yl I by tho Winter Hove United Press International I atonal nomination. Kllgor *

PuklliMn C." Inc. 12* ltd Stre, N.W.. Winter H..... FI.rtda act would have opposed in the primary -
The greatest balancing 1 Sen. Ralph Yarborough
CHARLES 60SHORN '...r.1, M....,,, sine High Win Blond In liberal Democrat ,
By PHIL NEWSOH Fall Is a Kllgor
JACK IEAHAN Aiioelete Miter UPI Foreign News AnalystIn pranced above Niagara the top had the support of Cor. JohnB.
taking place among I .
Connally, a one time aide
PETER J. SULLIVAN AaVertiilit M....,,, Vientiane which lies along Democratic politician to Texa and long time political asaocl*
the Mekong River and li the / with President Johnson In ate of President Johnson. A

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE dmlnlitraUvi capital of Laos, charge. Texas Democratic slate headedby
Sh.n 1 Aiteclet.i, I... Chi..,.. 111.Enf.r.d The President Is trying to conservative
the Japanese are building aster Democraticticket and
the 1964
.> S.e.ne1 CI... Mail, M.M.r Set. {, .It 14 .t tho lest Olflc.I. system designed to rive the balance The ticket maybe Kllgor might have persuadedbig
In Winter Heven, FlerUle, under act of March 2. II7t In Ttxai city northern voters to suspect -
for the first Urn
capital a water balanced with a conserva
that Johnson also
.... supply which Its residents live shoo.In for the Democratic tainted by southern was.
l MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU can drink without boiling first N GOT candidate for governor and a conservatism.

.. OF CIRCULATIONS Airliners take off from an Democratic liberal shoo' in to
*.... American.built field after pacing WRYLMOS1' run for the U.S. Senate. Texas dispatches now relate
that the President baa
delicate balance between movedto
through i French-built ter This
MEMBER minal. conservative and liberal protect Connally from a primary -
another Tex.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unite1 Preil ,It entitle1 t. th. ullfor A new gambling casino operated Democrat could leave every.
ai Yarborough, this one also
by Chinese and Vietna- body happy or anyway less a
ASSOCIATION r.u lI..tl.n! ( all locel newt print
la another of the Innovations than they might other liberal but no relation to the
d In this ntwteeeer II will .. ill UPI, net angry
im Newi DltpoteSoi. moving In upon gently wise have been. Further, It is aenator. This Yarborough It
milling Laotians who In the r designed to avoid Democratic Don who missed by a whisker

ADVERTISING DEADLINE main prefer i lens complicated primary contest for either defeating Connally for tbi
By th. I P M Provleul th. Incltt } PM. Preview D.y.Leaol life nomination which might 10 Democratic gubernatorial nomination .
N''t: ..;.., B ;.M. Provigt DDv.llu: .: Edition: Deadline! Frld.y. But despite these things, anda damage the party ai to permitthe two years ago.

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT flood of Western educators, Republican to elect another The President' thumbs down
Sunday EdiTon-1 P..... Thursday Mondey [eMlon-t P.M. Frld.yi economists and agricultural experts candidate to high office evidently either will get Don
Tuotdey Edition-Noo* Saturday) Wodneidey, Thursday end Frld y tent to help preserve a In Texaa. 1 Yarborough out of the primary
Editiont I P.M. Tw. Days 'In Ad.....
neutral Laos from communism
/ t Texas has been tending a bit contest altogether or cut him
Member" Southern Newipepor ubllihon Atiotlotlo Vletiane remains a sleepy town D6JS'Qdw toward two.party politics. Republican down to bite size for Connally

Member" Flerld. Pr." Auoclotioit dedicated to its ancient Buddhist i presidential can Connally is regarded aa a conservative

ways.It / didates carried Texas to 1928, by Texas liberals
TELEPHONE CYpietiMltl la the countryside which i2/f 1952 and 1958. Lyndon Johnson Texas Republicans do not regard

provides the real testing groundfor was put on the 1960 Democratic Connally 11 a bona fide

the Laotian I neutrality ticket by John F, Kennedy conservative.The .
A Thought For Today"Finally agreed upon In Geneva in July, to hold the Texas electors. story of the Democratic
1962, and which remains aa it
What else Johnson might ac party to Texas Is of angry
was before, a cauldron of conflicting complish In the South would be struggle between liberal and

brethren, whatsoever thingi are true, interests with the military so much frosting on the cake. conservatives. Each wing controls

uhatsoever thingi are honest, whatsoever things are the Communists.advantage .remaining with Johnson la not likely to need about 15 per cent of the
any help In winning Texas' 24 party. They battle for the mid
fust whatsoever things are whatsoever thing U.S. planet take off from the
electoral this which
votes In 1ur'Ipresidential dle 70 per cent li not absolutely
art of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there Vientiane field to airdrop sup nru r6AyoN 16a election But the committed to politics.

k bt any praise, think on these thing Phil. 4:8 by plies the to friendly Communist people cut Pathet off balancing act he la Imposing on John F. KeDDed)"'! visit to
% Texas Democrats la a good Texas last November was to
We for and hold
responsible thoughts
I are our can .
Lao.Communist hedge against unexpected trou heal the party breach Fresi-)
them to high and holy ideals. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett North Viet Namexports dent Johnson ii continuing the
and ble.Roy
leadership supplies
I, to the Pathet Lao. McGhee reported last effort to make a deal

! News-Chief Editorials remain Within the the divided government forces there of I Television In ReviewBy I that week: from Washington, D.C., SWITCHING TO CIGARS

"The of the
right, neutral and Communist, American awesome power HAMBURG, Germany (UPI)
I including separate military White House was brought West German girls have be
: commanda.As I RICK DU BROW It was announced Tuesday, by directly to bear on Democratic gun smoking clgariiloi tiny

No Peasant Girl This. Soviet Influence wanes, HOLLYWOOD (UPI) It 1 II the way, that on April 5, when I party chieftains In Texaa to cigars the nation' cigar Industry .

Red Chinese Influence) ,rowi. not likely that the slogan "CBS- CBS' Ed Sullivan expands bit History MonthAbraham safeguard President Johnson' disclosed today.

1 'In the FBI report of over 120 pages on Mrs. Lee An international control com The Stara' Address" will earn ihow to 90 minutes, the net liberal Image in other parts of A spokesman for the industry
work ",11aLao\ Inaugurate a new the United States. laid the sale of clgariiloi has
mission set up to enforce neutrality the perpetuity of such other
I Harvey Oswald, it is interesting to note that she is the la hamstrung by the In* battle cries at "Remember The half.hour game ahow In which McGhee la a member of the skyrocketed in West Germany

daughter of a colonel in the Russian military intelligence !! transigence of iti Polish memo Maine" or "Wait Till Next all the contestants are mllllionalres. Lincoln, the sixteenth Washington bureau of United ever since the U. S. Surgeon

service who was on duty in the Minsk region ber until he makes a luddelabout.lc Year." For a number of reasons Celebrity panellti will try president, was born on Presa International with some general report linking cigarette
to Identify the contestant and February 12, 1809. The month special responsibility for Texas smoking to
,. lung cancer
There it speculation a number of start will no
where Oswald lived and worked while he in Rus
was that the Pole'i about-face la longer be doing their weekly determine how they mad their of February was chosen ai news He explained that John wa* published. "Even women

Bia ,This is a part of the report entitled "Investigationof due In part to Poland'a fears shows at the address next television fortunes "I Made a Million" lathe American History Month by the son's awesome power bad been and girls are twitching from

the Assassination of President Kennedy." for the future of 1f.S.-Pollh season. tentative title of the show, National Society, Daughters of used to chivvy Rep. Joe Kll- I cigarette to clgarlUoi" halaid.
trade. I and cash prizes up to $loo will\ American Revolution, largely gore, D-Tex., out of this year's .
And it also must be remembered that Mrs. Os- Within the torn land there are For example: be forwarded to each million\ because it is the birth month of

wald is a highly trained pharmacist, college educatedand the trappings of neutrality as -The Judy Garland program aire' favorite charity. our most famous presidents,

In her country held down an excellent position seen by trade agreement both will end shortly, a victim of Its I The extra 30 minutes for Sullivtn George Lincoln.Washington and Abraham ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
own problems and the ratingswar
\ before she married this human misfit, Oswald. We with the West and with Moscow with "Bonanza" plus the new panel ihow To encourage students toI I
and Peking.Rightwing.
will the that
I can't help wondering if she isn't a part of; the whole leader Gen. Pbou- -The new Phil Silvers series comprise the exiting Judy Garland replaces emulate these great citizens WDIO-Tf WFLA.TV WTTf-TY WTVMY
I c....... a ClMMMll Mean f CIt. NIII
and stimulate better citizenship
Soviet scheme of communism. We must ALWAYS re- ml Noiavan occasionally heirs failed too.Garry. series and la CBS' latest CBs NSC ASC CSS
himself praised by the Moscow, Moore's variety hour gambit to unhorse NBC.TV' among our youth, the DAR Crime$ Temp Ortmte
member that this type of ideology will stop at nothingto Peking or Hanoi radios. waa also canceled. "Bonanza makes awards, through 1U TMII*
further ita cause. And as we read her stories from I Occasionally, neutral Premier -Danny Thomas, head of his western high with four heroes ,who a DAR Good CItizen Committee,

interviews and watch on television, it is very apparentthat I Souvanna Phouma confer with own successful production company didn't become start until they to girl In senior classes of I Wednesday NIGHT February 12
his Red half.brother and Dep decided to quit the weekly accredited public high schools
this is no peasant we are dealing with-she is sty Premier Prince Souphanouvong grind, and will do a group saddled up. for possessing the following 4,00-Newt News Spertt, Newt, Woother Full Newt

smart, well-trained and would bear watching. but agreement stays just of specials at NBC-TV In the qualities to an outstanding degree 4il{-Sperti. Wfner Woother Edrtorlel.I Sp'" Sporh, W'thse

out of reach. coming aeason.Jack : dependability, service, at30-CIS Newi NIC Newt AIC Newt CIS Newt
and DAR 4:41-CIS New NIC Newt M mfi I In Muiti
I leadership patriotism CIS Newt
In the Plain of Jan tactical Benny Is taking his Almanac

Advertising Week key to Laos, neutral forces retreat aeries to NBC-TV. CBS-TV said good citizenship awards are alto 7,00-Glen* R..... Death Valley Cheyenne Lacy Show
j before the Pathet Lao and It decided not to renew him because made, through the National Till-Glen* R..... Death Valley Cheyenne Lucy Show

This Is Advertising Recognition week. Advertising finally lose the plain altogether. of his age. Sources for 87 United Press International Defense Committee, to boys TiJO-Chronicle The Virgin!.* Cheyenne Chronicle

has helped to build this nation as has no other one The Communist reinforce their the comedian say be was dissatisfied Today li Wednesday, Feb. 12, Junior and girl and In Senior any High elementary Schoolsfor T:4t- "A Trip te Th. Virginia* CMy.sa.A Trip feI

hold upon tht Ho Chi MInh with bit CBS time the 43rd day of 1964 with 323 to of honor ,00- the Mee," Th. Vlrglnle Puffy Duto the Moo,,"
the qualities courage
thing. It has to create all kinds of businesses.It
helped trail leading to South VietNam slot, and initiated the move follow. and 5IS--Chr.nicl. The Virgin!.* Show Chronicle
has helped to raise the standards of every person and approach to within 15 himself To anyone who has The moon Is approaching its leadership patriotism. I,JO-Tightrope The Vlralnlen, The Former' T.llit t.

within this nation by creating the desire for better miles of the Mekong across I. seen him perform to person recently new phase. 145, -Tightrope/ The Virginia* Daughter the Camera"

from Thailand. the age story is ludicrous The evening stars art Venus Oo-HiIIblllI. Eipien.geEipionigo I. C... HlllblllietHlllbilliet
things of life, and in this cycle makes man more in Neutrality has been but an and Jupiter. -Memories- "til-Hillbilll I.! Ion* Casey,

dustrious.It other weapon working for the -\cllle Ball, boll of Desilu Those born today Include ':JO-Dick Veil Dyke E.I...,. lo* C..., Dick Van Dyle

is the one element that makes it possible for pea Pathet Lao and the Viet Cong Studios, announced she will not Abraham Lincoln 16th President 20 YEARS AGO ',45-Dlek Veil Dyke Espionage leu C...., Dick Ve* Dyle

ple to have a choice In many nations of the world of South brothers Viet Nam And who it has are added political though do a weekly show still doubt next this.season, of the United States, in 1809. Cpl. R. U Anderson arrived 10:00-i Denny Key The I llth Hour Channln*; Denny Keyo
many On this day in history: from Chanut Field Ill for a 10,II-Denny Key The llth How Chasms' Denny Keyo
you\ have one inkredient, one store, one political party, to the danger of Thailand.It In addition, Andy Griffith la In 1918, all theater to New visit with his parents Mr. and 10:30-Denny Key The llth Hour Chennincj Denny Key

and one official department that tells you everythingthey la a gloomy picture, emphasizing said to want to end his series York were closed to save coal. Mrs. R. W. Anderson. IOi4S-Denny Key The I llth Hour Cheesier Denny Key
that for the Reds after next ae'aaon In order to do In 1924 Paul Whiteman
want you to know. In our country, this freedomof there are no separate theaters movies. Often these con 10 YEARS AGO I I 11:00: -Newt Newt, SAO Wtr Newtllno Newt, SportiWther
expressed ducted a of :
program "symphon Jack W. McKay was named IIt1S-Sports, Wthe Tonight Show torltl, Wthe Elorlel)
choice In Southeast Asia. Laos South
developed second to
an economy none. desires are to improve one's ic jazz" in New York City, n Iller of ceremonies for the I 11:30-Th.etre el T.ni.ht Show Leto Show RlvorboetRlvorboe
There thousands of Winter Haven Viet Nam and Thailand are bargaining at contract with Gershwin I 1114Jtho Start
are people who de- power George playing "March to the Mike" program Tonight Show lto Show
one. In Thailand, the death ofa talks, but the show has been his "
pend upon advertising channels for better informationon strong leader led to are. on "Rhapsody Blue. which the Junior Chamber of
a long time.
In 1953, Soviet Russia broke
a wide variety of products before they buy. This replacement still untested And With its lineup of such iltua off diplomatic relations with Commerce with the cooperation planned to of sponsor almllar Thursday MORNING February 13

makes for a better community, more lively, more enterprising In South Viet Nam, a military tlon comedies aa "The Beverly : Israel after terrorists bombed organizations In Polk County

and a better place in which to live-through coup still unproved.led to a new government Hillbillies"" and "Petticoat the Russian legation In Tel and the Legion and VFW Post 7,00-Weke.U, Today Show Good D.y
Junction plus popular panel Aviv and the Moose and Elka Clubs 7,15Moot. Today Show Newt Good Day
advertising, the life blood for business. shows, CBS li still the networkto I of Winter Haven. 7ilO-Woke.U* Today Show Mickit Event Good Day

beat In the ratinga. The atari I A thought for the day-Italian S YEARS AGO 7:4Jt.4ovl. Today Show Mickle Event Good Day

DAILY CROSSWORD who will have to carry the burden artist, Inventor and scientist Florida citrus growers and I:00-Coptel* Today Show M ekie Event Coptolit

now Include Jackie Glea- Leonardo Da Vinci one aaid.: processors were split down the I:II- K.n..,.* Today Show Mickie Event K..,...*
ACROSS 2.Th. Threo 22.Men' N IOn Dick Van Dyke, Carol Bur. "As a well'spent day brings middle over a proposed new I,30-Ceptei* Today Show CortoonvHIe Ceptei
1.Accumulate WI. Men name ? W1NT nett, Danny Kay and Red Skel- happy aleep, ao life well used law for collecting citrus advertising I:4S- K.ngeroe Today Show Certoonvillo Kengere
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Integration Problems Demonstration Congressman Haley Reports Arts Academy

Is Given Of 1 I

Irrigation UnitOver :: U. S. Must Blockade Cuba

Presents Show
Reek North And South
Irrigation 400 engineers citrus growers and and WASHINGTON, D. C. The him." But I have been honoredby

were shown the new aupopUer. automatic latest of Fidel Castro'a activities having my horn tooted for The art music, and charm
By United Press International I walk-out touched off by court- sprinkler system being : -the cutting off of the water me In an official commendation divisions of the Winter' Haven
School integration dlsputei i ordered desegregation of their I Introduced by Food Machinery s supply\ for our vital naval addressed to the House Academy of Arts presented achildren's
took the racial spotlight In both schools and forced closure of &Irrigation Chemical, at Corp.a demonstration and Linder ( bat at Guantanamo Bay-ap- and signed by all 82 of my. last night. program
the North and South today pears to have been more an colleagues on the Interior and The was presented
all white high Ie h 0 ol s in the given by Giles Van Duyne, Under f program
parking boycotts by both aides rural general 5 act of deliberate provocation Insular Affairs Committee. I In Recital Hall, which was decorated -
In the contorversles. county manager. we't %i am told that this is unprecedented with a Valentin-theme,
Linder Irrigation of Winter rather than of
outright aggreilion. -
de facto .
White students In Macon Negroes protesting Haven la the exclusive distributor +-' i'ev in The Congress. Decoration were mad by
County, Ala., continued the segregation today claimed boy. of the unique new SequaMatlc Aa Chairman of the Indian members of the art division,
cotta in Cambridge Md., and valve which was engi .. It li nonetheless disturbing Affairs Subcommittee, one of with work of the children's art
Cincinnati were successful in neared and designed by the k and again underlines plainly the my. major responsibilities for class on display.
dramatizing discriminate and John Bean Division of Food need for firm and definitive several yean has been to work Students participating in the
British Love school authorities In Boston Machinery at Chemical Corp. I vd. ..011k dealing with the Kremlln'a out I fair and adequate arrangement program Included:
with chosen troublemaker In the From the charm division
planned meetings Negro The group witnessed the system to compensate Justly ,
leadera to head off a threatened' in operation in an Ogden 4 i Caribbean area and, for that \ the Seneca Nation whose Ann Hollmeyer, Vickie Key-
walkout there.In Grovel, Inc., Lake County matter, all of the Western treaty rights were violated when colds, Susan DiLorenio, Paulette .
Florida Citrus Wllllamston. N. C., about grove. "We're highly pleased hemisphere It also underline federal construction of the Kintua Sutton, Mary Beth Vincent,
45 per cent of the communlty'a with the enthusiasm those in attendance the need for relaxing not one Dim wiped out their AI- Linda Vlld, Annabelle Grinds,
I Negro students stayed away had for the system", bit against the threats of our legany Reservation in New York Marl Granda, Susan DiOsata-
England which maintains from school Tuesday to back up Van Duyne said Panamanian neighbor. I have State. via.
re.strlctions demands for elimination of all Aiding in the demonstrationwere been fearful that the Preitdent'a That touchy and complex Music division, Marilyn Turn.
on import of .
Florida citrus, nonetheless has racial barriers In schools.In Don Fhllllan, general position In this controversy has task was completed, ai far ai er, Herble Pollard, Jennifer'
exhibited Cincinnati absenteeism manager and Dave Powell been toftenlng. committee action was concern. Yount, Billy Vincent, Beth
an appetite for Florida
frozen concentrated was about 25 per cent above sales manager, of Food Machinery This la written less than 24 ed, a few days no. I pre. Peters, Paulette Sutton,' Holly
Juice. orange normal and an NAACP spokesman It Chemical. hours after the shutdown of water pared and signed the committee Hutchlnson. Peggy HaOJster,
termed the protest a "tre Using only water power to service to the Guantanamo report to the Houie. But, Janice Thompson Susan Turn
The Florida Citrus Commission mendous victory." turn one sprinkler off and the I bu, and by the time you to my surprise, when I read er, Jane Johnson and Angela
which promotes Florida About 400 of Cambridge's Negro next sprinkler on, the Sequa. receive It, changes In what the final draft, I found that' Sue Wilson.
citrus around the world, mov. Matlc moves water 'or Art division, Howard Meta,
school children stayed system could be I rapidly developing my colleagues, meeting behindmy .
ed into London last month to the by use of a Kim Suprina Nancy HoUme,
home across grove situation may have changed the back, had attached to it
participate In the Hotelympla master time clock.Underground er, Sally Ramsey Peggy Grossman
Other racial developments: entire picture. this statement of "individual
Exhibit and outstanding food wiring Is eliminated NEW SPRINKLER SYSTEM Giles Van Frances Cans!, Nancy
Greensboro N. C.l Chairman Duyne, gen. But aa thing stand at this views: .
trade fair. Samples of frozen Dorman, Beverly Boyd Marilyn
concentrated Juice Floyd B. McKlsiick of the Congress smaller pipe sizes are oral! manager of Under Irrigation, Winter Haven, demon moment It would seem to me "We wish to recognize the Turner, and Mimi Ireland.
orange were conventional
used than in systems
of Racial Equality that the time has come againIf patience and understanding
distributed from a Juice bar automatic featurescut itratet new Sequa-Matie valve perfected by Food Ma.
(CORE) told a student group ( indeed, it has ever gone down by Representative James
duirng the 10 day show and the labor costs, and water la ehinary & Chemical Corp, John Bean Division, to one of
Tuesday that street demonstration away) to clamp down on Cat- A, Hairy( chairman Subcommittee Such Language
the response opinion was of tremendous Alfred LaRoc in. would likely continue evenIf controlled accurately excessive by water time the 400 attending e field demonstration In e Lake County tro'i Cuba with a tight and on Indian Affairs, In
que. commission representativetn a national civil rights law is clock to save grove. relentlessly effective naval (and pursuing the cause of Justicefor PIERRE S.D. (UPI) State
Western Europe. passed. ing. air, If necessary) blockade. I the Seneca Indiana In their Comptroller John C. Penne'i
In a latter to Frank D. Am New Tort: A special study suspect that with such an action negotiations with the Federal investigators while auditing the
director of advertising merchandising disclosed that more Negroes FCC Meeting I on the part of our A* Government. We commend him books of Oacoma, S.D.. found
LaRocque noted and other minority group members I Sheriff Issues January Report ministration, Castro's Communist for his undeviating persever an expenditure of $10 listed as
that approximately 16,500 persons are being used in television Tomorrow Has would get hungry far faster ance in achieving a fair settlement "fiddling around."
visited the committee commercials and newspaper than our sailors and Marlnea for the Seneca Nation Penne said the Oacoma otflclala -
The Polk County Sheriff's of. assaults were cleared and
booth and sampled the and magazine ads Full Agenda up at Guantanamo will get In accordance with our Amer. used "too colorful lan
orange flee handled 502 case during nine arrests were mad for violation "
Juice during the show Atlanta: About two dozen civil thirsty. Iran Ideals. lua,. In their reports.
"Th most outstanding featureto rights workers pickt'sd four The Florida Citrus Commission the month of January and of gambling and lottery Meanwhile, the State of Floe
report concerning this ex white.only restaurants In down. solved SOT, according to a report laws ida li perfectly within its rlghta
crowded agenda
hlbltlon la the enthusiasm and town Atlanta I Tuesday night facet a released by Sheriff Monroe Twenty.three cases concernIng in prosecuting the Cuban "flih- 25 to 50
appreciation for our Florida without incident for a meeting scheduled tomorrow Brannen. missing persons reported ermen" who invaded the State'a
frozen concentrate by all trade with the most attention Larcency led the list of complaints with 21 being solved during the waters, and I lee no reason Special RepresentativeHigh
factors who sampled our Juice expected to be directed toward with 81 reported and 16aolved. month. why either the State or the
he wrote. "Hotel trade operators Two Crewmen the first steps in implemen Burglaries accountedfor Federal government should Caliber Man .
hospital administrator. SI complaints of which 11 yield to Caitro'a blackmailing Cir,.r with epp.rtunlty for dvinotmtnl. Unxxllttf Cruel,
restaurant chain owners, caterers Killed In log the Boon, Allen & were solved. Shout Down tactics concerning them. I Ins preeram. Cemmlaelen I Inom. .u""I.",. t.d I in surly
,... ,
years. Group Lie Male M..I..I and n.tlr.msnt plane.
and special food distributors ton study of the commissionoperation. Twenty deaths were investigated To turn to a subject more ,.. eonHd.ntlal I".vl.w, sail I. write .
and handlers from all B-26 Crash and cleared up with one ATLANTA (UPI-The Georgia pleasant at least to me, I a !
District Office, Nell Hommel, Dial Mgr.lot .
over the British Isles and from Recommendations will be murder being committed and House Tuesday shouted downa would like to tell you of something Mu "v"
E. Palmetto. Lakeland Ph. HIM"
the Republic of Ireland visited aolved. proposed constitutional which has touched my
our stand during this fair A (UPI) Two crewmen were made by the Commission' Ad. There were It auto theft reported amendment to abolish capital heartstrings It Is said that "he Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co. '-.
special trade Inquiry form was killed Tuesday when I World minlstrstlvt Committee and b1 with 11 cases solved punishment except for the murder who tooteth not bit own horn
mad available by the fair War n B2 attack bomber the Industry Research Advisory Ten of 13 reported aggravated of policemen and guards. shall not have it tooted for ((11.15,1
crashed Just after I strafing I
management and t large nura Committee.
bar of visitors took the trouble run during a demonstration Other items to be considered t..
to flu] out this form to obtain her.
information about our prod Th Air Fore withheld Identifying include confirmation of a tele'
uct" the victims pending notification vision show, "Queen For A
LaReqne explained that in of next of kin Day," to be presented at the "
view of the tremendous interest The Air Fore said the
, Florida Citrus Exposition In /
shown by these people and bomber was demonstrating a f ----r r 'V
the excellent market available counter insurgency capability March; a report on the grapefruit 1 s: .
tn the United Kingdom In the mission" when it crashed. It did "funfaces" and "squealer ht.

catering trade right now, It becomes not go Into detail.It promotion on oranges; and I ....-\i.1
urgent to renew effortsto was the first fatal accident proposal for grade standard for 14 JR4MOOTH LUXURY CHCVNOUT-lmatJl pert Coup

push for liberalization of imports during a demonstration in near refridgerated T plus .1 conce' ":;,;: I
into the United Kingdom, ly two years at this sprawling I
or at least to obtain moregenerous Northwest Florida base, the Air trated orange juice \. ',:.j
Import licenses. Fore said The meeting starts at 11 a.m. '
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With us k's Customer Appreciation Time aM n Btcrrwo eonvnTt-tftn ttty Stwt CMP I

year Ion j but putting heartfelt sentimentinto

words belongs by tradition to this


f We are proud of the position you have given

us In this community and of the confidence

you place'In us. In return, we will strive alwaysto luxury cars, thrifty cars, sport cars, sporty cars, big cars,

give you the superior banking service

your confidence deserves.A small cars, long cars, short cars, family cars, personal cars

cordial Valentine" Greeting to an our friendsand

.us, Many neighbors Thanks. .Again and to you who bank with 45 DIFFERENT MODELS OF CARSWhy

"The Bank Yon Can Always Dtptnd On"Exchange one stop at your Chevrolet dealer's is like having your own private auto show

And f If we Had room here we could go on and list all the seats and those without. And the hundred of different -

engines Chevrolet'offers, ranging up to an extra-cost accessories, including the new elltra-coet AM-FM radio: ?

425-hp V8 in the big Chevrolet. And all the different mI But that'i best left to your Chevrolet dealer. That and -

transmWons. And the umpteen different exterior and exactly how reasonable the price can be for you to be ...

Interior color choices. And the models with bucket able to enjoy so much car. tt

THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle a Chevy n e Corvalr Corvette ?,

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NEWS-CHIEF, WeaWdey, F.Vru.ry 12, 19(4 page SU Gallop Club Dr. HamiltonIs
Around The Town New ArrivalsMr.

WINTER MAVB4 DAILY NEWS-CWItT Makes Plans For SpeakerDr.

: and Mri. Johnny C..
Mardi Gras BallA Hill Jr. of Auburndale are Robert Hamilton et .
Winter Haven was the tea
hma4C4td Mardi! Craa Ball will beheld the parents of I daughter tured speaker at the Couple*

from 7:30 until 10:SO p.m. born it 4.15: p.m. yesterday Club of the First Presbyter

r In the Policeman's Rifle Clubhouse In the Winter Haven HospitalThe Ian Church of Lake Alfred at

on Lake Idylwlld on baby weighed In at eight hi meeting Thursday evening;
February 22nd by member pounds and fifteen ouncei. at the home of Mrs. Charles
a Shinn, for a covered dish sup.
e, Yt' of the Gallop Club. A son weighing seven per.

Plans for the gala event pounds and thirteen ounces, Dr. Hamilton discussed the

+ T were formulated Saturday was born at 12:32: a.n. yesterday activities and formation of
: by BiLLIC ClUS when members met at the In the local hospital to church sponsored couplet

Polk County Riding Club Mr. and Mra. Henry B. Sul clubs which had been formed
grounds with Susan Wyllyi In various churches where
Nosegay Club Learns About LiliesA livan.
a presiding. he had served before his retirement

M..axsae program of lilies was should not be moved duringthe Members are requested to Mr. and Mra. lewfe W.
{ presented by Mrs. Wayne first ,ur. Many will attend the ball In costume Meadows are announcing the In addition to the hostess
Buckner when the Nosegay with a half or whole mask. birth of a ion at 10-58: a.m. couples, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Garden Club met Monday at bloom the second year, and Prizes will be awarded for yesterday In the local hospi Shinn Jr. and Mr. and Mri.
4 the home of Mrs J. A. all the pl.nbhoul' be bloom- the prettiest, the most original tal. The baby weighed seven William Fryer, those present
Meisch. In* the third year. No lily the funniest, and the pounds, nine and a half ounc were were the Rev. David
Mrs. Buckner Introduced will grow in deep shade but best couple. Judges will be ei. DelUeli. Richard J. Collins
her subject by pointing out all require some shade at obtained from outside the Harrison Kelgleys, Denbara
club. Mr. and Mri. Edward L. Wards, Rodger Barrens, Howard
the popularity of the lily In firsU.
Members from the West. Smith of Auburndale are receiving Armstrongs, Rudolph
Europe and In the Orient. Mrs. Buckner'i program
She reminded her listener suggested that bulbs be plant. wood School will have chargeof congratulations on the Hendrlcksons, Adair Wheat.
refreshments for the ball. birth of an eight pound ion at ons, Kenneth Jacksons
that the lily has long represented ed In sand to aid drainageand
I the annunciation of protect them from bac Any member unable to attendIs 5:5T: am. yesterday in thecommunity fishers, Maurice Patrick.
'. Mary and that such varies teria. The depth of plantings asked to call Christina hospital Donald Suttons, Charles Tor-
ties at the Easter lily have should be about three times Hood CY J-7052 by next Mon 'fans and Oliver Kuhens.
deep religious significance the height of the bulbs. The day. mean they would be dropped The March 5th meeting will
I. Mrs. Buckner showed picturesof bulbs should be well water. Members were reminded that from membership be hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
arrangements made with ed In dry weather and are to miss three meetings with Approximately sixty memo Rodger Barron and Mr. and
v various kinds of lilies. most effective when mixedIn out a valid excuse would ben attended the meeting. Mrs. Adair Wheaton.

The lily Is most advantageously small masses among oth
raised from seed, er r'lnt.. The astatic lilies,
the speaker said. They are she said In conclusion, are us* your charge Recount
more economical and there Is most successfully grown in (,_; ) :
HOME FOR VISIT less chance of cultivating diseased Florida -

Rear Admiral and Mrs. Robert Emmett Riera are enjoying a vii it hero with the for lilies which may affect Plans were made for t
mer'i father Ri.r. and with hit brother-in-law an entire garden. Seeds rummage sale to be held at
Joseph center, and sister, Capt.
should be indoors inJanuary Ayers Grocery in Eloise
IUSN r.t.1) and Mrs. Robert A.,Allen at their home, Villa Felis. Admiral Riera has planted out.doors March 14thMembers on
or February, or
had hit flag aboard the USS Wasp, bated in Boston, Man. Following their visit In March or April. attending: t h e
here, the Runs will leave for Alaska wh.re he will bo In command of the AlaskanSea When planted outdoors, Mrs. meeting were Mesdames Robert

Frontier Bucknrr said, the needs B. Hancock Wayne Buck. 411r
should be planted one foot ner, Ed McLendon, Larry
, Jack I. Knight las return. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mr. and Mra. X. R. Smith to eighteen Ir:lee deep, In Young, Keith Ray B. A.
" ed to the University of South Reber of Elgin, 111 have been and children Al, June and soil which has good drainage Gregory, Richard Martin E.
Florida In Tampa after a guests here at the home of Frankie Knight, had as their and a large amount of P. Roberts Jr., John Howard,
C weekend visit! with his parent Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mosiman guests Sunday, Mrs. Smith' shade. The seeds should be the hostess and two guests,
, *,::'Mr. and Mrs J. R. of 1427 Drexel Avenue Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert sown one Inch apart, In rows Mesdames Roy Lovett and
Smith and family Reber Is Past Grand Patron Webster of Cocoa, her four Inches apart. The plants Albert Daniels. A 9
of the Order of the Eastern brother.in.law and sister, Mr. }!

Mr. and Mra. Frank Signal Star of Illinois and Mrs Harrison Kitchen k .," .. .. -
Jr. and family, Mary and son; Russell, of Brooks :
and Wayne were guests of Miss Mary McClnley of, vine and Chico, Calif and
the former' brother.in.law Indianapolis, Ind. and Miss another brother.In.law and
and lister, Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Smith of Dayton, Ohio lister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold .
James F. Taylor Jr. In Tam. are guests of Miss Aimee Lull of Lakeland.
pa Monday for the Gasparil- Nlcalse of Lake Howard
1s festivities. Miry was also Drive.Lt. Mrs Edwin Olson has recently }r
a guest aboard the US Coast returned from a visit
Glla.r4| '::Cutter Juniper with and Mri. Gerald Olson with relatives in Chicago, 111.Mri. .
her uncle Mr. Taylor, and and son of Albuquerque, N. of Long
bah cdutln, Allison. M. are visiting here with Irene Blasdell will Importance .
.. the former' parents, Mr. and take her Lake Hamilton kin.
if he' women of the Lake Mri. Edwin Olson. dergarten class on a field s
Hamilton Community Presbyterjan trip to the Sunbeam Bakers
Church will meet at The Wesley Fellowship In Lakeland tomorrow.Mr. ,
2.40 >nm. tomorrow In the Class of Beymer Memorial
Christian I Educational Build-I Methodist Church will meet and Mrs. George C.
log With Mrs. Douglas JenBmgsyUrs tomorrow night at seven Baker, Cypress Gardens Road,
" Mae Jennings and o'clock In the, social hall have had as their guests, r
KM...Robert E. Lee as host. Miss Harriet Louise Patter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. dictates the long aI
etfcj; ;The program "What son, noted lecturer, author and Avery of Leroy N. V The Fashion
Deo We Worship?" wl1be\ tour director will speak on Averys also visited points of 4 Kh inauer$ h&
guten Jby Mrs. Frank Lundm. the Holy Land.iUmiimilllllllltUHHH. Interest on both coaits. THE LADIES' AUXILIARY el the Elks Lodge In Win. I dress i i'I I

fee Haven presented a check for $60 to the Sheltered respond.d with A* fin*
Mr. and Mrs
William Pet- Workshop for the Handicapptd's Lunch Fund, which pro. ol
tit of Adrian, Mich Dozen
Mr. and Mrs. are Dean guestsof C.Pettit vides free lunches to those children In the Winter Havenrea est collection.
Lake Howard Drive. not capable of paying for a hot meal tn the school bAve > u t
lunch program. From left to right Mrs. J. A. Daniel, president new .iYle.
n ;Shoppers' Convenience James W. Macomber, ion of the Auxiliary, Mrs. Margaret E. Hogue, member f
z of Mr. and Mri. Gordon S. of the Board of Director of the Polk County Association arrived. 1

: GUIDE TO Macomber, has begun hit for Retarded Children, and Mrs R. H. DeMott, secretaryof Priced from
2 ,. basic training at the Naval the Auxiliary. 1I
Training Center, Great $45 to $90Only
Lakes, Ill. The nine.week
training Includes naval orientation Mrs. EllenbergA Is Honoredprise l\
: seamanship, organisation ordin meeting of the Young baby shower .
ance and gunnery, military Adult Women'i class of Dun. A social hour was' enjoyed, .
drill, first aid and survival dee Baptist Sunday School was with Mrs. Ellrnberg openingher
IN GREATERWINTER held at the home of Mri. many gifts.Refreshments .
a The St. Joseph PTA will Lem Helms this week. were served \
meet tomorrow instead of tonight Following a brief business by Mrs. Helms, assisted by
HAVENiHhIIIItIIIIItlIIIIIIIIIIlL due to this being Ash session, Mrs. R. E. Ellen- her daughter Diane. Others
Wednesday. The meeting will berg was honored with a sur- present were Mesdames D
convene at eight p,m. In James Hamrlck, Joyce Aplin,
Father Anderson Hall tomorrow William Lovell, Winifred Ham-
Dundee WSCSA ner, Odel McDougald, James
r I Pooser, Pete Hall, Henry through February 22ndl!
>: covered dish held Garner, Earl Fuller, Saddler
supper, and
FASHIONETI'ESManila Sheila Hamner,
; rLawnmower"HEADQUARTERS NEW HOMES hemp wedgies, made at the church, preceded the

: & REMODELING by Philippine craftsmen, are February meeting of the MKMWWRYE :
lequlned. The hemp not only Women's Society of Christian .
:-::-.....- TORO W. C. McEvers looks nice but it la comfortIng Service of the Dundee GRASS
:Authorlm SUM A airvlc BUILDING' CONTRACTOR and easy on the feet. It Methodist Church. Guest /SheerioPanties
COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE m Ave. C, SW. CYIIUO gives and takes at you flex speaker for the evening was It'. time to plant now for ;
-SERVICE, REPAIRS ON ALL the footiies. the Rev. Guy Athearn of Lake. a beautiful winter lawn.
land.It .
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:7 HARVEY'S MOWER.o & TV top of the head like the "0,. the parsonage, with an
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Woman's Club Plans OperettaA Dental Clinic Will Benefit From Valentine Ball Friday : I'

;; children If necessary. tine Ball will be used fofjth* J|i
Musical Light Operetta she li an heiress She further The Dental Clinic ii the functioning within that the either school or The Junior Woman'i Club Dental Clinic and other wt T3-

In Two Act and 1 Scholar learnt that the girls are projected major welfare proJect } grade additional school may be feels that in early education fare work and projects ofO&aCorganisation
chip Benefit Luncheon, will hard working, ambitious girLs selected by members of started in the program of the proper carl of teeth The ball "!'tl tit;pe*;
be held at the Womn'i Clubof She frustrate Desdemona'i the Junior Woman'i Club. Ttestablish The second phase of the I. a vital necessity for the held on St. Valentine' bay
-_ -- Winter Haven, Monday February plan to elope and nvea her will provide dental children of the community 10 Feb. 14 at the Woman'i Club::
such a project on i project
__ IT, at 12:30: p.m. from a compromising litua- car for children whose par in future years this p.ttel'Dwill Music for dancing from t til
tins In which she teemi guilty working and serving bull entails established idea will be provided by the Mello-
The till of the Operetta, eats are ana 1e to do so. The be an
of stealing her Aunt'i Money a number of inveitlga children will Tone featuring vocalist
li called, "Min Ciruthera children may be from the and the grow
Return I", by Chester Perry Liter Thyrta reveals her lions on various levels. Th school here the dental I program Into adulthood with good, Mary Lou Emry.
The Story of the Operetta true identity forgives Mri. project will be two fold In thai li being carried for. strong teeth It li the club Advance tabl resetvations
be made by Jill-
Jonei'i indiscretion, and secures sod with that may
li follows; Mill ThyrtaCiruth the group desires to educate ward or any child In the area sincere desire T.wmCY'
it H.
that lidy'i promise to vlt.lIIted recommended all will aid them by Ing Mrs. James
has been left a school children in the whose need li parent
ri Feb. ll.:Zle-
estate by her father, give Deidemona another for dally care of the either by the ichool nurse, stressing the daily brushingof ( 7524) by obtained"fromany '
Urge whose will she has been chance She commends the teeth and to provide the dental the Winter Haven Welfare their children teeth and keii may be JllnlorWom.n'
in the
requested to continue the tup girls for their loyalty to each care for needy ehllcSrea.A. Department or Health Center. taking them to their dentistfor member. Club and will be
of of hit philanthroplei other, and promises to help school will be selected in Transportation to the dentist regular checkupi.
one door Friday
port an Art Club, on West each one of them to realize the Winter Hiven area for will be provided' for these Proceed from the Valen available at the

list Street, New York, where her ambition the educational part of the
talented young women might Character In the play all project. A program will beset
secure board and room it of the Winter Haven Hom. up for the first through
small cost while carrying on an'i Club Choral area Mri.Frank third grades la the lelected
their studies la the variouiartt. Gomel, Mri. Earle ichool. Emphasis li to be
Baum, MM. A., T. Lobkamp, stressed as to the Importance
Mrs R. E. Liareiwon, Mrs. of dally carl and proper way
IN REHEARSALFour Miss Carutben, at .
to brush the teeth each day
memberi of the cast for the Wcman'i Club! her fitter, baa gone to Clarke Redding, Mm Paul Literature and dental iinv ( R.I

Operetta to be held Monday are, seated, Mri. Europe to travel. On her return Fletcher Mr. Burchet, Mn. Marie Mri. Titter E. H., plea will be obtained to give .I
Rodell and left to Mri. Elsie she determine to find children and a checkup of
George landing rIght, Turner, Mrt. William Collins, the ,,
how her 4i
Moor, Mri. E. L. Ray and Mri. E.H. Turner. out for herself just Mrs. Russell Haas, Mn. Elsie each child'i teeth li planned
li being ipent by U
money either by the parents or,
Jones, then Matron of the Moor and Mn George F. necessary, through club welfare .
Phi Gamma Mu AndersonOlsonMr. Art Club, and to satisfy her- Xedell. fundi. It li hoped thai
There will be toloa, dancing
to the characters of li
iU at once the Initial school un } .
Sets Date For the girli who are receiving and group itnglnf. dental and p 4rSTk i te'
and Mr*. Richard C Reservations for the luncheon der the program
the benefits of ber philanthropy.
Olson are making their
Spring DanceA In New London Coon after She gains entrance to should be mad early.
the Art Club by posing n a Donation will be two dollin. '
their recent marriage here la Mrs. CartwrightIs "
spring dance will be held Grace Lutheran Church. Vowi maid, whereupon she learnt Ticket may be purchased .r 22'Y. tjae '"
on March 28th at the Lake were Berntbal.read by the Rev. August tog that money lira. Jones that has should been have use from George Mri Clow Willard, Mri.Lines Harry G, HostessTo

Alfred Womaa'i Clubhouse Rife, or call CY 3-1421, CY
to the support of the
The couple was attended by gone Loa Class
by members of Phi Gamma to purchase clothing for 3 S40J or CY 1Ktt.Mri. .
Min Gloria Olson and Ronald place .
Mu Chapter. Jonei. her niece, Deidemont; also Harry G. Rife chairman -
Plant for the event were that Oeidemona ii planningto and group IS hostesses. The Loa Sunday School
The bride It the former Min
made at a meeting held Monday Gwendolyn Christine Anderson elope with a Mr Jerry The proceed of this Play Clan of the First Baptist
at the horn of Mri daughter of Mr. and Mri. Smith, pretending to be a and Luncheon will go towards Church met Monday night at
the home of Mrs, Norman
Woman'i Club of Winter
Terhune. the
Dim Mill Carutheri
B. A. Anderson of Opp, Ala. millionaire.
Mill Leah Carlson was and her husband\ the ion of learnt that he li an impostor Haven Scholarship Fund. CartwrightMri..
Sam Fanning
elected service committee Mill Mirdelle Smith, Director
wishes to
Mri. Andrew Olson of this who marry
chairman. Ai Its first project, city, and the late lilt Olson Desdemona because he thinks of the play devotionals Something a Good poem "I About Know n'\
the chapter will Investigate 4 lpA
the possibility of the sorority Youl" Mrs Hinton James t
of supporting a child over Mixing Bowl gave prayer
..... Th president read a letter

served Doughnut to Mri.and Fred coffee Allan-were Leap Year C alls For Your Very Best CakeS thanking from the the Children'i clan for Home their n

lon, Mri. Larry Davis, Mri.Jamei sponsorship of a child the
Mullen Mri Vernon past year and arrangement
Misses Geraldine Want him to know you cia teaspoons double acting Frosting between layers were midi to continue on ai LAST MINUTE DETAILS
Terhuoe Atchison Barbara Mack bake? Thea follow this recipe baking powder cover top and sides of cake, Clan project. being double-cheeked by members of the Junior Woman'i Club The club III".pon.or '
Judy Payne, Jamie Willlami, for Valentine Cake which tt teaspoon tilt Decorate plate with sweet- The following members ate its first annual Valentine Ball Friday/ evening at the Woman'i Clubhouse..
Marjorie Van Horn Leah li twirled with Blushing Pink 1-U cupi lUlU heart roses. or decent c.kewlUl tended Mesdames Joe The ball U to the public, and will benefit the dental project of the club. Leftto ?
Carlson\ and Sandra Kay Ten-Minute Frosting and 2 teaspoons pure vanilla heart ibiped pink or red Biugb, W. C. Prescott, Ray right are open Mri. James H. Tatum, Mrt. Tirrance Wllllamt, Mrs Emmett Waters"and, tMn.
smells deliciously of pure extract mlnti Hazard Hlaton James, Sam : ..
Pink Tea Mlnat Carl Jenten.
New plastic cupi for bibles vanilla strict !4 cup shorteningS Blushing Fanning and the hottest.
control the flow of milk, have Valentin Cake large whole eggs Frosting
nos.tip bottoms and lock-on 1 cups lifted aU-purpose.l % cup flaked coconut 1-V4 cups sugar
flour 1 cup milkBlushing : I unbeaten large eggs
topi. .t Pink Ten.Minute whites
rroitingSift V* teaspoon tilt
together first 1 Infradlenti. 1 tablespoon light corn l '

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Talk On Korea I Polk Junior College Opens Sept- 8I I Home Builders 'I Polk Phosphate Missionary- Assembly- Draws Big I News Bureau

(Continued From Page One) i that he hopes to have these II (Continued From Page One) I the subject 'What li the

tlonal sequence are drafting, I! ready for the school board by I other countries ind li hurting Church Doing Toward Healing

Aid Heard By business abort secretary courses, mid In-management business Its weeks.next regular meeting in two Elect Helms Firms ChargedIn the Christian cause, especially (, a Broken World Like Ours?" Sets Record

A forum period followed the
and agriculture, and i The school board meeting yesjterday I light of the lack of race prof- i

courses In agriculture | was a joint affair with I W. R. Helms, of Helms Bro udlce among Moslems and other talks. The Rev Joseph G. All records of the Winter

Kiwanis ClubAmericans The college parallel program 'the County Commission sittingin then Builders' was elected to PriceFixingTAMPA religions. j Drawdy, assistant to the Very I Haven Newt Bureau ibat
will be built around a core of for about 30 minutes. the board of directors of the The cause of Christianity II'' Rev. C. N. L. Sturrup, rectorof
38 semester hours In required I' Both groups praised each Home Builders' Association of being enhanced, however, by St Paul's Episcopal Church, : tered In January when 901 releases

administering the! courses. These courses will include other for being able to work together Greater Winter Haven at last (UPI The Justice the spread of the printed word, moderator for the forum. were dispatched to newspapers -

foreign aid program In Korea I I communication, math, 10 well for the past year nlght'i m e e t- Department filed suit In Federal according to Dr. Henry G. Bo- was I magazines, radio and
"for the most dedicated social sciences, humanities and and both pledged to keep It up. ? ..ii log TL. White. Court here Tuesday charging a venkerk. Dutch Reformed minister Sturrup conducted the earlier television stations according to
part .
are natural sciences. County Comistion Chairman held, presl- group of phosphate companiesand and former missionary to service at 10:30: a.m. the monthly report of John W,
Individuals, Harold Voel Students completing these 36 I Wilmer McCutcheon mentionedone dent, innounc- exporters with conspiracyto Japan. Mrs. Frank Alexander, Dillin, director.
kel, i representative of the I project in particular where rig prices. Dr. Bovenkerk showed that
More one-third
hours and an additional 24 ed.J chairman of the executive com- than of the
Christian church In that coun, hours, making a total of CO cooperation had paid off: the t. 'j r' C. (Sonny) The antitrust suit leeks an the Protestant Reformation mittee of the seven participating releases were photograph, of
Winter School Smith I chair. came shortly after the invention
try for 30 yean, told the Ki- I semester hours, plus physclal Haven High Injunction to halt the alleged which 314 were distributed to
of the in congregations, today expressed
McCutcheon said that workIng wan printing press
Education wlU be conspiracy Involving ore shipments media.
for -
luncheon eligible 1 news
wants club at its weekly
had ""' for thefirst Europe in the 15th Century and and
together they managed --0:: here her appreciation
from to Japan,
an associate of arts degree. Winter Haven got In the news
yesterday. However must have to take full advantage of the ,' ,. annual Pal western Europe and other that the printing of the Gospel that of her associates to all around the
they a"C" because of
"OO:Duree, there are always storm drainage system and a rade of Homes and other religious books greatly those serving on the several
average or better to get areas.No such events as the Miss Cheer.
some in any group of people this parking lot, In the past, he shuffle boardtournament date had been let for accelerated that movement committee for their help in insuring -
degree. leader USA Contest and the
who are characters, the pointed out, they have been the hearing the suit. and helped to insure its success. the success of the Assembly ,
speaker mid, "but among the The program Is set up this known to build a parking lot HELMS group Is sponsoring Named defendant International which also furnished first Florida Air Derby The
Americans who are helping in way so that students will have only to have the school board with the Winter Haven Ore Jt Fertilizer were Corp., The same influence is at speakers for several local and latter was particularly newsworthy .
agriculture and fishing and no problems transferring to another come along and put a buildingon Tourist Club here Feb. 17. INTERORE and work all over the world's million flames City and Bartow civic because a 61-year-old
serving as transportation and Institution for their Junior It.The. Details of the Parade of ( Phosphate / fields in the 20th Century, and service clubs. Speakers also grandmother won it and a pilot
sanitation advisors, their motivation and senior years, Dr. Lenfes-I. commissioners offeredthe Homes beauty contest and Rock Export Corp., a subsidiary he laid. He pointed to Africa addressed the high school flying a 31-year-old airplane
New York and Occidental

Is highly altruistic." tey laid. service of their engineer to dance slated for Nora Mayo a* a prime example, where assembly Tuesday morning. finished second.
Introduced! by Bob Berry, The board approved the appointcnt check the engineering aspects Hall Feb. 22 were reviewed by Petroleum Corp., Los Angeles large printing establishments Many who attended the various An average of six pictures
which control of
program chairman, Voelkel reminded of James E. Harris to I of new construction and they Whitehead. acquired owned and operated by Methodists sessions were heard to express of each Mill Cheerleader entry
his listeners that In the head the vocational and tech : asked that the school board Interore, and,its ,subsidiary last B a p t i 111, Lutherans, the conviction that no abler i has been sent out, mostlyto
stable life of America nical! department His December; the American Agriculture and other denomination These
relatively appoint for Episcopalians of speakers had ever newspapers. picturesare
handle requests voting machines Barred Chemical Co. and Continental group
and particularly In "as ment la effective Feb. 15. and make recommendations Lawyer are turning out huge appeared at any similar assembly i sent by Dillin to the home.
Oil Co. which
tranquil a place as Florida,"- Harris has worked for the to them. Months American, Houston, printings of the Holy Word and In the 34 years It hit been town paper of each entry, to

they could not imagine what' a Hillsborough County Board of In other bulslnesi, the school For 18 acquired last October Agriculture'sassets other religious materials which held In this city the newspaper In the city In
country was like in the throesof Public Instruction for the past ; Virginia- are written, edited, printed and One prominent churchmanwas which the college she attend
revolution He described the six years as coordinator of distributive I'I board Read: letter from the State TALLAHASSEE (UPI The 'I Carolina Chemical Corp., and sold by native staffs heard to express the opinion U located, and to nearby large
a Mobile Oil Co. New
Court today suspended Socony ,
emotional impact of people education He was a State Supreme Dr. Bovenkerk pleaded for that "we heard nine speak city papers.
Board of Education commending
venting outrage growing out of state vocational rehabilitation St. Petersburg Beach York, which acquired Virginia- more support of this work by ers at ill the lervicei. They i The Chamber of Commerce
deprivation and other factors them on having a "perfect Charles K. Inglli from I Carolina last November; Armour American churches I
counselor from 1946 to 1950, attorney declaring, were ill excellent and every promotions Committee programof
Koreans believe they should when be was made director of audit two years In a row. the practice of law for IS and Co., American Cyaka- "No other expenditure of the subject was an inspiration and advertising northern newspapers
have American help, he said, the Florida State Rehabilitation Heard a report that they had months on charges of professional mid Co., Swift and Co., Smith. missionary dollar brings such an Incentive for all Christian and magazines hag
because they su'f response

in bulk and it
a country In the Korean is a graduate of Western themselves distributing The Florida Bar laid Inglls Grace and Co. placing the Bible and other religious cause of missions throughout ," Dillin said. One small
war, In which they considered Kentucky State College, and was liked by clients to sell The Justice Department con literature In the handsof the world."
advertisement in Field and
Awarded for bread
themselves a in a war contract stock at the tended in the suit that the phosphate millions who
pawn holds a master of science In 1,185 shares of are being The cooperating churches Stream
magazine brought 771
triggered by Stalin between Vocational Education from Flor for all schools In the lystem to. best price he could get. He told producers conspired with taught to read." were the First Christian, St. I inquiries.Publicity.
communism and the free world. ida State. The major for his Continental Baking Co. of Tampa the clients he sold the stock for Interore and Phosphate Rock During the service, Mrs. Paul'i Episcopal Memorial :
Fifty per cent of the Korean Masters was merchandising. Its unit price on every item $35,194 when he actually told it Export Corp. to eliminate com Welch rang "How Great Thou and Trinity Methodist, First on two coming
national budget Is derived from ranged from one to five cents petition In interstate and foreign Art," with the congregation events will start going out this
He served active for Presbyterian all of
on duty In $58,657. and Hope ,
week. The U. S. Black
under the individual Open
American lid. every price trade In phosphate rock and
joining in the chorus Particularly
the Navy from 1941 to 45 and Mnter Haven, and First Prenbyterian
Tracing the origin: of the schools are now paying. "agreed to sell the product atnoncompetitive impressive was the singIng Baas Championship will start
currently holds the rank of Auburndale.
Ideal of democracy as being "In Lieutenant Commander of Purchasing Agent Sam Collins Brannen Seeks prices." of Mellotte's "The Lord's soon, and the Dixie Open Skeet

the cross of Christ, before Naval Reserve. In the estimated that this will\ save the The suit contended that the Prayer" at the close of the service Championship is scheduled to

which all men are equal," Voel Harris I. 41 old county about $2,000 each month. (Continued From Page One) alleged conspiracy has been inexistence by Mrs. Welch and the Ministers Help be held here In March.
kel pointed out that out of the years mar.rled Gave preliminary approval to a member of the Lakeland Police since 1953. It asked I congregation.At And in addition, of course,
democratic ideal hat grown the active and in his two children. He li County School Superintendent Department. the court to forbid the producers the Tuesday morning service (Continued From Pace One) Cypress Gardens and Winter
church work
values of mass education, respect of the pastpresident Shelley Boone to negotiate a During World War II, Bran from selling ore through a Capt. R. C. Jones, held Rev. Ira Howard, the Rev. William Haven are given several pages
for womanhood and Integrity ternational, and Optimist In. trade with Lake Alfred for some nen served is a combat In. common exporter and to require of the Episcopal Church Armyof ( Swygert, and the Rev, In the current Reader's Digest,
active in
in human relations. He League and Little property the board needs. fantryman In the South Pacific. each producer to Issue new the U.S., spoke on "The James Thompson. In a reprint of a Sports Illustrated
cited! a United Nations resolution Scouting.Dr. He entered the service asa and independent price lists. Ministry of Christ," an appealfor Acting ai chairman with article on the Gar-
Lenfestey said that
as laying that "you can next thing the the Tree RemovalContinued private and was eventually All of the plants involved are "letting the Holy Spirit have Mason Wines In the Attorney dens and Dick Pope Sr which
measure the civilization of a on agenda for the promoted to staff sergeant. lie located In Polk County, although His way with the Church. Division Is Ed ThreadgUl. appeared last October.
country by the treatment of Junior College la to act admissions holds the Purple Heart. the principal offices of the firms Dr. John Randolph Taylor, Assisting Douglai N. Day In
requirements. He laid ( From Pare One'Womln'
its women. outside the state. the Southern the Insurance Division li Ed
Ai a member of the Lakeland are Phosphate pastor of ( ) Presbyterian Reds DemandContinued
Club and the
H. icored the leaden of city Police Department, Bran ore Is a prime ingredient In Church of the Pilgrims Marquardt, Forrest Judy, Jerry
state like Nehru of India, All Chairman Cites commission. touched off of the fertilizer and one of the leading In Washington, discussed "The Priest, and E. Gutteridge of
Khan of Pakistan and Nkruma Frederick and those assisting greatest nen manhunts one in the his commodities hipped from this Revolution of Rising Expects- Auburndale.The ( From Page One)
of Ghana who scorned any him met yesterday to work out port city. lions" in which he declared Real Estate Division the disarmament conference.The .
thing Western but praised democracy (Continued From Page One) various details of the project, tory of the county. Christianity to have been "the headed by Warren Seckel consists year-old defector was at
as the aspiration of project. They served a total of and will meet again next week. The officer wn felled by a DUNDEEMr greatest revolution in the his- of Mike Nolen, W. H. Mc. agent for the KGB, the ill.purpose
blast he
189 hours shotgun as attemptedto
their own countries. "How dare They decided on the wordingof enter home In tory: of Man." Reynolds, Paul Smith, Jr., and Russian intelligence and
you talk about democracy," he Themembers' of the Motor an agreement each resident a Negro and Mrs Tommy Smith Dr. Taylor and Miss Harriet- Maynard Jordan. security agency.

said (to them), "without talking Service Volunteers were eight must sign before trees are removed Northwest Lakeland to apprehend and children, Vicki, Kathy, and Louise Patterson, who had addressed Dr. Daniel P. Griffith leads The United States said Not-
about its origin in the cross In number and they spent 24 a criminal. The manhunt had asked for political
from a property, drew Gene spent Saturday touring the Monday night assembly the Doctor'i group and Dr senko
of Christ hours driving a total of 587 up a map showing burning ended when the Negro was "Six Gun Territory" near were the speakers at George Tripp beads the Den asylum, but it did not disclose
Korea, Voelkel said, has an miles transporting 93 people I areas for disposal of trees, and caught hiding In an orange Ocala. the noonday forum luncheon on tists. nil whereabouts.
Immense potential politically, within the county. grove near Polk City. The 1
being at a crossroads between Six staff aides gave U hours took steps to set up the advance shooting cost Brannen hit left
sale of tags which will serveas
Red China, Russian Siberia Three social welfare aides eye.
and Japan, "and it has made a served a total of 120 hours and the method of collecting He resigned ai a memberof

rich Impact on the culture of three administrative volunteers tree removal. the Lakeland Police Department d 1 4y p', t "u r 1
its neighbors." put In 47 hours with two com These tags will be made avail in 1952 to become a candidate

The country, more than any munity service volunteers serving able at the Chamber of Com for constable. He was
other Oriental country, has 17 hour merce office and the Woman'i elected by an overwhelmingvote
proved a fertile soil for Christianity Gray Ladies lerved at Brigham Club will also make a house.to- and was re-elected for a
and has sent missionaries Lena Vista In Auburn. house canvas of the city selling second term in 1956.
to other lands around It. dale, Lake Alfred Junior High these tags, which are to be The sheriff li a member of

Fifteen per cent of the troopsin School, Lake Alfred Elementary placed on the treei to be re the Central Avenue Baptist

the Korean army, Voelkel school, and llamas City moved. Church, and he and Mri Bran-
said, are Christian Elementary school. There were The Ridge Construction Co. nen an the parents of two
The speaker said he saw this 38 ladies In the group and they of Haines City, owned by E. L daughters, For many yean, he
evidence of "a divine Involve. served a total of 361 hours and Glass, has agreed to remove the hat been active In civic affairs
ment" in what he described as cared for a total of 967 stu trees at a cost ranging from In Lakeland and Polk

otherwise "a discouraging situation dents. $1.50 to $2 each. County

humanly speaking. He A special capping ceremonywas David Glddlngs li chairman Sheriff Brannen li a member
recalled that the Christian held at the Brigham school of the subcommittee In chargeof of the American Legion,

church had gone underground recently, and five Gray Ladiei tree removal and Mra. Harry Disabled American Veterans,
during the period of communist received their caps from Mrs. Green, president of the Wo the Veterans of Foreign Wars,
domination but had become active Inskeep, R.N., of the Polk man's Club, li directing that I the Loyal Order of Moose, the
again, "when the pressure County Health Department. organization' part In the pro. I Elks, and the Florida Peace
was released," In a new and Gerald Hsmor, chairman of gram. I I Officer Association.
vibrant way. the First Aid, Small Craft and

Jack McKay commented on Water Safety Department announced
absurd aspects of the U.S. federal that 21 Junior First New York Stock II
sided budget. Jimmy Gray pre. Aid members certificates of a girl were scout issued troop.to ALL EYES AlE ON THE 1964 CITRUS EXPOSITION PARADE

The instructor was Mrs. Lois YORK (UPI) -Mid. Lockheed J7U
LeGant. day stock prices: Lorillard 43%
Brothers Get Mrs. F. E. Brigham, chairman Alabama Gas S4V4 Merck 116'/4 AND THI

of the Home Service, said American Can 41% Middle So Ulil 40'**
Year In Jail that during January her department American Hardware 44% Monsanto 63H
handled 114 eases with American Motor 18% Mont Ward 87H' NEWS-CHIEF 1964 CITRUS EXPOSITION EDITION

TAMPA (UPI-Two brothers $40 worth of grants and $20 In American Sugar 23% Nat Gypsum 46VI
were sentenced to a year in home service loans. Every American Tobacco 28H' Paramount Flct. 59'%
prison for cutting telephone cables community In the area had Anaconda '48 Penney 45% MUCH I, 1964

during last summer'i bitter cases and eight non.residents Atlantic Coast line 65* Penn RR 31
General Telephone Co. strike were cared for under this category Babcock It Wilcox S4V4 Pepsi.Cola 52% Remember your many 'ri.ndsl Mailed anywhere, postpaid for only 20c1zoo

Attorneys for Ora and Claudia Bendix Corp. 47% Philip Morris 70% PER Your friends will delight 11'1 this colorful, action'Plck.d souvenir edition of

Teal said they would appeal Mn. Mary L. Colvin, chairman Bethlehem Steel 33% Phillips Pet 48 Florida' gigantic Citrus Exposition Showell.1 Jut fill In the order blanks
the conviction, and bond was of the Junior Red Cross, Boeing 39% Republic Steel 414 COPY
below mail the News-Chi.f and
to Daily w. will do the r.lt! Payment with
set at $2soo each.
reported that Miss Cleta Fowler Borden 70 Reynolds Tob 40% or _
and Miss Jan Fowler were Burlington Ind. 43% Seaboard Air Line 45 order, please. Special offer 6 for "I.00.

Home JohnsonContinued In charge of the Rohr Home assignment Carolina Pwr It U 73VJ Sears Roebuck 103% 6 $110
on Jan. 31. This dealt Chesapeake It Ohio 71% Sinclair 47 ,.. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW!
with helping entertain those In .
( From Page One) Chrysler 41 Socony Mobil 71%
In two days the Issues that divide the home, a project covered by Cities Service 66% Southern Co. 55%

them, such Cuban the junior members. Coca.Cola US Sou Nat Gas 50V4
trade and credit to as the Soviet The JRC's also produced 530 Colgate 39H' Southern Railway 58% NAME NAME
Valentine favors for
Union hospitals Cone Mills 14% Sperry 20%
as well as the problems .
and homes and the following
on which they are working nursing Continental Can 45 Standard 011 (NJ) 81% ADDRESS ADDRESS
schools worked them
on : 18% Studebaker
together Curtlsa Wright 6%
to damp down
Communist.inspired threats. Brigham, Inwood, Eagle Lake, Dow Chemical 68 Sunray DX 32 CITY STATE CITY STATE
and Lake
Snively Shipp
DuPont 265 Swift 47
arrived after .
Mn. Margaret Eons, treasurer
talks Eastejn Air 34H' Texaco 73H'
Canadian Prime of the organization, read NAME NAME
Minister Lester B. Pearson. the financial statement, which Eastman Kodak 119 Texas Gulf Sulphur 22%
While In Canada, he Indicated showed that the local chapterIs Ford Motor 62% Union Carbide 123% ADDRESS ADDRESS
Berlin and Germany might be in excellent condition, and General Electric 88. U.S. Pipe 20
the principal Issues during his she also told of the budget General Motors 78'% U.S. Rubber 48% CITY STAT CITY STATJ
Washington discussions. which had been worked out for Gen. Telephone 32% U.S. Steel M"4
American officials said the the fiscal year of 196465. It Georgia Pacific 55H' Warner Bros. Pic. 12'%
Berln and German problem U expected that the chapter Goodrich 52% Western Union 32% NAME NAME

undoubtedly would be discussed will have to raise In excess of Goodyear 42% Westinghouse AB 30%
but that the Issues of 24000. Gulf Oil 49% Westinghouse El 34% ADDRESS ADDRESS

Cyprus, Cuban trade and the The Winter Haven Chapter III. Central 52H' Woodward Iron 28
Communist peril In Southeast area embraces the following Indian Head 15% Woolworth 73% CITY STATE CITY STATS r

Asia appeared more urgent at communities: Winter Haven, Intl. Harv. 60,.

the moment. They expected Auburndale, Eloise, Lake Alfred Interchem Corp. 39. FLORIDA STOCKS NAME NAME
more time would be spent on Eagle Lake, Dundee, Intl. Nickel 73% Here are the 1 p.m. closingson
them by the two free world Haines City and Lake Hamil Int. TIT 55% Florida stocks as reportedby ADDRESS ADDRESS
leaden. ton. Johns-Manville 54'% Francis I. duPont ind Co.

--- Kennecott 80 Air Control 21>4 CITY STAT CITY STATE
I Koppers 40 Tampa Electric 254

Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply Kroger Co. 27% I I Florida Telephone 28%
Liggett Myeri 79H' Plant Industries 2%
Of Winter Haven :
Headquarters for All Types Pipes, Valves & Fittings ----- -
AIM' a Compl.t stick, .f Fumpt, Plumbing, I DIAL 118
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Destroyer SankIn Vacuum Player Flubs Westwood I Lists Honor Roll For Third Semester's i'' I I'estwood

\\ Junior High School Marcia Osborn, James Canto Judith Deknes, Janice /
released its honor rolls for the Ty Rabe, Jane McDonald Patricia Jan Keefer, Patricia Gayle /\
3 Seconds For FameEDITOR'S first semester and the third I Cox, Martha Thompson, Patricia Trlpp. Harry ; *"*
Opportunity six-weeks period today John Hogg, Geoffrey Beasley, Lana Johns, Patricia Cox, Mary
Three students made the A Rhonda Reed, and Larry Chum Ward, Kathy Anderson, June'\J

Captain SaysSYDNEY ( NOTE The and after my cleaner had I honor roll for the first semester ney. Knight, Marcia Osborn' JaT14Garnto |'"
Richmond Symphony Orchestra hummed for about 43 seconds.I They were John Dubose Seventh grade: Leora Lucas, Ty Rabe, Jane M.C
held auditions Turalay and Elsa Hirvela from the Suzanne Winslow, Danny Hudson Donald, and Diane Downing
for vacuum cleaners to be I flicked it off. LJ eighth grade and Diane Dan James Duke, Vicki Frakes, Seventh grade: Leora Lucas,
Australia (UPThe !)- "It just hasn't got It," she Danny Hudson, Jamea Duke
Carol ;
of the Australian used In the rendition of "A leis from the seventh grade Hoffman, Nell Sapp,
Lynn Anglin, Vicki Franker, a
aircraft carrier Melbourne laid Grand, Grand Overture" Feb. said.I Sixty.four students made the Brenda Ashley, Sarah Hanley,
Carol Hoffman, Deborah Stew
today hit big ship took only %3. Unknown to symphony was crestfallen For several A.B honor roll for the first Kenny Lasscter, Linda Lasset- *
art, Dwight Duke, Jill Gerber,
three seconds to knife through personnel, UPI staffer W. hours before I bad cleaned the semester, 15 from the ninth er, Terry Bradshaw, Deborah Bob Revels, Mike Woodard.
the destroyer Voyager in a Jackson Galbraith brought Instrument Its tone grade, 29 from the eighth[ grade, Morris, Dwight Duke, Jill Gerber t
testing ; Mattie Brooks, Diane Daniels,
Bight collision Monday that cost) along a vacuum cleaner and Running at and 20 from the seventh grade. Bob Revels, Mattie Brooks,
with a pitch pipe. y'y and Paula Sperry.Audubon ,
Carol Mackenzie John Hirvela
12 lives trial out for a part) high speed it could hit C Ninth graders making the .
Capt. R. J. Robertson arrived sharp. / A.B honor roll were: Ann Cox, and Paula Splvey. .
here with his damaged carrier, By W. JACKSON GALBRAirn I was acutely aware that '. 4 John Frederick, Doug Rollins, Making the all A honor roll Group "
the flagship of the Australian United Press International photographed greats in the ryf'' Gary Walker, Steve Robinson, for the third six.weeks period
navy. It carried 159 of the 23. RICHMOND Va. (UPI) J realm of classical music stared Diane Bridges, Carl Smith, were Elsa Hlrvella from the Names Officer:
survivors of the Voyager, which flubbed a chance Tuesday to down at me perhaps sneerIng ? : + Rita Yelvlngton Melissa McDowell eighth grade and Kenny Las
was split In two and sunk whenit play "first vacuum" (or the ? from the walls of the t 'rru t Melody Barth, Cynthia seter from the Seventh grade Mrs W, N. Hendrlckson 'p(
apparently eut%across the Richmond Symphony Orches brightly lighted audition room. Newhall, James Okula, Robert Forty-one students made the Winter Haven was elected tress-
Melbourne's path during Miss Mason turned to Mrs. Bebnes, Patty Alderman, and AB honor roll for the third urer of the Florida Audubon
blacked-out night maneuvers tra.But my musical ambition E. H. S. Greene, wife of a Arnold Spanjers. six.weeks Of them, eight were Society at its annual meeting: .
Three bodies including that aren't dead. They also need Richmond dentist and motherof IT'S WATERMELON QUEEN TIME-And these six Eighth grade: Lana Johns, from the ninth grade, 19 were held In Lakeland.
of the Voyager's skipper, Capt someone to play "a good floor << two, and said with a warm Cypress Gardens lovelies tilt their taste buds In preparation Steve Spears, Mary Ward, from the eighth grade, and 14 Chester Shaffer of Winter Haven
Duncan Stevens, have been re polisher. smile, "We need yours. It's old for the contest Feb. 23 when the Florida Watermelon Kathy Anderson, Terry Moon, were from the seventh grade. lion the active advisory ,
covered. The others are believed enough for the part"I Judith Deknes Janice Gayle, Ninth grade: Ann Cox, Gary committee.The .
in one or both of the For the right. tone, though, 1 gated at this Stradivarlus Queen will be chosen. Jan Keefer, Patricia Rollins, Walker, Steve Robinson, Diane new president Is Ken
sunken sections of the destroy need a well worn polisher in the world of vacuum clean Ann Rowton, Patricia Tripp, Bridges, Melissa McDowell, neth D. Morrison of Babson
er. They are in more than 480 Nothing modern. It was a new ers. Its cord was frayed. Its Carole Wilson, Carolyn Gillry, Cynthia Newhall, Patty Alder. Park, nationally known com
feet of water, too deep for divers vacuum undoing cleaner in the that audition proved for handle patched with tape. Its I Patricia BachSAN Returns Home Arlyne Luckner, Steve Dun man and Arnold Spanjers. servatlonlst and director of the
to reach.Robertson my for the I'm.phonY'1 bag even sagged. ham, Gregory Fuel Patricia Eighth grade: John Hogg Mountain Lake Sanctuary and,,,,,
gave this description vacuum Feb.players 23 performance of "My mother would be so King, Sara Taylor, Kenny Hart, Geoffrey Beasley, John Dubose, Singing Tower at Lake Wales.
of the disaster, the worstin said FRANCISCO UPI-Pa
Overture" proud of it, Mrs. Greene (
A Grand, Grand by;
Australia's peacetime naval the battered Bach 19. old great
Malcolm Arnold. My competitors gingerly putting tricia year- "
history i vacuum cleaner on the floor. great great granddaughter of
bad older vacuums.
"I was on the bridge when 1 but Miss She said her mother had given composer Johann Sebastian
I had stagefright
heard a shuddering, grinding her the cleaner before Bach, returned home to her
Mildred Mason, the personnel
crunch. We pushed the Voyager orchestra World War II and although she parents Tuesday five day
director of the assured
along sideways before we broke would all now used a newer one for after ahe was reported missing
I do right
her in two. She broke within
up housework, "It's lucky I didn'tthrow
three seconds from the moment She nodded her head. The girl told police she had
My sweeper vacuum sputtered it away. "some problems to work out"
of"The Impact.forward section went sneered, snorted and Miss Mason told me that during and had been staying with a
the symphony, three vacuum
then began to purr contentedly girl friend since last Friday.
past our port side and the aft cleaners and a floor polisher
In D flat. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs
er section went by our star.board
would forth strains
side."The Miss Mason waved her hand pour Vincent Bach, reported Patricia ...
of music aa they were pushed
missing when she failed to re
Melbourne traveling
was across 60 feet of carpet amid
at almost full speed-about Instruments turn home from classes at
Jesse James the 85 more dignified
22 knots (24 miles per hour). I in the concert G e o r g o Washington High

couldn't say bow far we pushed Pins On Badge She said it was "essentlsl to SchooL
the Voyager along but we the mood of the piece that a

topped within seconds after Named Sheriff great cloud of dust be stirred Space Girl Gets .
crashing Into her amidships "
up during the program.
"The Voyager'i 3,000 tons slid LARAMIE. Wyo (UPD-Jesse My vacuum cleaner suckedup Write-In Vote "
easily under our huge bow. The "'
James pinned on a deputy sher dust. I glanced at Mrs.G ; :
Melbourne didn't even rise Iff's badge Tuesday and pledgedto r e e n e's Instrument and MIAMI (UPI One disgruntled .
When she hit"Robertson keep law and order in Albany guessed it would only stir up Dade Countlan figured
and other officers County. the dust. Her cleaner, however, Tuesday that no earthling could ... .,..
did not discuss the cause of the But this Jesse claims he Is no sounded I shade more mellow handle the Job of Dade County
collision because It Is the sub relation to the notorious outlaw than mine. mayor, so the post should go to
ject of I government Inquiry. who terrorized the Missouri and ""I'm sorry your Instrument I visitor from outer space. ."
But Navy Minister Alexander J. northern Arkansss countryside didn't make it" Mill Mason In neat handwriting on the ..
Forbes said Tuesday that the said. "It too ballot vote for "Tracy
following the Civil War. a just new was one
,... .,
destroyer apparently cut across Miss Mason's Moonmlst" the latest character
James said, however, he did But parting
the Melbourne's path during a serve in the Army with\ two words were encouraging: "We in the comic strip Dick

turning maneuver. men named Bob Ford and haven't"got a good floor polisher Tracy, a little girl from the .. ,,"",
Wyatt Earp, two other famous yet. moon.

Hall Elected western names. Ford was the ,.' "I
man history says shot Jesse I I ,
"0 '
Miami MayorMIAMI. James in the back Earp wasa Municipal Court Docket
lawman In the Old West. r'"rf

.(UPI)_ Incumbent Deputy\ Jamea..was born in t Albert Nell Amundsen, jailura 1 Ellsry I n m a a improper .r, ',. '.,
Metro Denver Feb. 19, 1939, and license $15 fine .
Commissioner Charles to yield right of way, accident suspended y '
(Chuck) Han was elected the moved to Laramie a short time forfeited $25 bond. Lee Roy Jester, excessive '"If
:Metro government's first mayor later. speed, forfeited $15 bond ,- ; ,j
Tuesday Bight by a 7,000 vote James was on active duty Joe Bailey Anderson, speeding Clarence Jordan Jr, speeding. -, ...,
majority. with the Army at Ft Leonard fined $13. fined $15. '

Hall defeated Winston Wynneby Wood, Mo, In 1957 when he Thelma Bass, drunk, trans Beaufort Kinky, violation 01
a vote of 75,779 to M.003. met Earp and Ford. ferred to county restricted license, fined $10. ; "'Ilf
--.-- Nathaniel Joe Birdsong, !Improper Charles V1 v e n Lawrence, ,. ..0. .
start from parked post faulty equipment accident,
Uon, fined $10. fined $10'Clifton 7
PACKAGE Lonnie Stanley Blaylock, violation Nathaniel McElvey, .'+..111911I5
of parking ordinance, forfeited violation of parking ordinance, I
Dahl I $1175 bond. failed to appear '
Donald V. Blaze, disobeying Bobo Mitchell, running red ..:r
LIQUORS stop sign, forfeited $10 fine. light, colic prossed. .
Pearl Bowen, violation of<< William C. Mowrey, Illegal sire
2090 8th ST. N.W. parking ordinance, failed to appear parking, forfeited $2 bond.
Edwin Reynlld Nelson, failure "
,.. ,. .
Virginia Brown, disobeying to yield right of way, fined ."
... ,
stop sign, forfeited $10 bond. $15 .1. .
Oscar Lee Carter, failure to John Junior Parker, reckless hnt .It
HAIG & HAIG yield right of way, accident, driving, failed to appear. ....'(1111/0

fined $25.Charles. Charles Richard Peebles, .,. ....
Oliver Chupp, ex- reckless driving, fined $30.
5 Star Scotch ressive speed, forfeited $15 Charles Demag Penland disobeying I.I"., IOW t

bond. I traffic signal, forfeited ,
$715ITH Patty Jean Clary, runningred $10 bond. ..
SUeatSTID UTAH light $10 fine suspended I Carl Ruben Phillips, reckless "'r;.Ui"V It.it.rt
I Priscilla Jean Culte, disobeyng : driving while drinking, fined
19 : traffic signal, forfeited $10 $50
bond. I'I'I Dollle/ Mores Powell, failure :
5 I Rosa Eva Duchesneau, failure to yield right of way, accident, t
to yield right of way, fined fined $15.Bonnie. ,fwa4.j
FIFTH $15.I I Bees Reeves, viola
I Johnnie Leon FI a IDII lID, tion of parking ordinance, fined "
.. .
Calverts Walkers Schenley leaving driving arena, $25 of or accident 10 days, careless first- I $11.75.Myrtle Reeves, faulty equip Our Board of Directors Is delighted to take this opportunity t. ,'

charge charge.and $25 or five days second I ment pended.accident, $10 flood 'our ., Introduce to you, Mr. Richard C Cheney, who |joined! our staff ;: :;

fU9GI9TID David Merton Franklin, running Willie HolUns, failure to yield fSIs week as Vie President and! Trust Officer. We hope you will '
red light, fined $10. I right of way, accident fined '1.
G i I N 379 Elvin Franks, running red $15 stop by soon and meet him personally As Assistant Trait Off!* ;

$435fTH light, forfeited $10 bond. Clarence Sweeney, failure to .
Donald Nix Forrester violation have vehicle under control accident cor of the Bristol, Connecticut Bank A Trust Company with a

of parking ordinance, fined $18! $40,000,000 trust department he brings to our community a !oH
s nolle pressed Milton Shantfi Thompson,
Shirley Wright Fuqua, Improper driving while license revoked, wealth of experience, educational background and training.
SCHENLEY RESERVEor parking, accident forfeited 30 days.
$10 bond. Wilma Vanwlnklo Vaughn,
Bobby Gene Gatlin, I Improper failure to yield right of way,
7 YEARS OLD e/haust system, nolle pressed. accident, fined $10.
W. G. Gawklns, Improper Julius Ashlelgh Windham, improper -tf*
ECHO SPRINGS parking, forfeited $2 bond. parking, forfeited $2
Daniel M. Green Improper bond. .::1. i'urx .
right turn, fined $5. Paul William Well, excessive
lUll DUD gdtatti Lon W. Griffin violation of speeding, fined $15. I"r. .
IgTAIl 329 parking ordinance, forfeited I Edgar West Jr., Improper .
$11.75 bond.Charles tag: Improper driver's license, f.li' ..
$4'5ITH Gunderman, following failed to appear. rtbf .'
too closely, forfeited $10 Car owners, violation of parkIng 'j' .>mflr >' I : ..:

bond. ordinance, forfeited $199.72. .
'; i
Igred Mae Halvorsen, speed- Emil Phillips, drunk 15 days. -r/If",4"u" r 4 ).. j
Paul Mason WMSTID lag. forfeited $15 bond. Ralph Stumpe, drunk, 10 days. ,4'fI., '1 fi: -,

RETAIL Richard E. Hammond, improper Lloyd Lee Vlck, vagrancy, 10 t ". .0n,
1 149 parking, forfeited $2.00 days suspended. )

WINES $225 bond. Clarence Jordan, disorderly .to '

Irma O'Neal House, leaving conduct, 10 days suspended. n., .
scene of accident fined $20. 0. P. Smith, drunk, 10 days.

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I --The Citrus Scene by leg have one the no Florida million effect on Valencia boxes the pricing should crop I World Mission Speaker Heard By B & P\V\ Club Rev.Guest Dr.PreacherFor McLeod Camel Bump r

structure at any level, on-tree,, Dr. George Cooley from the Methodists
By JACK BURNETT delieverdln, spot or later delivery Chain of Mission Assemblies Brings SuitSAN

The Florid Cltra Reporter and it means that the was guest speaker for the Bust The Rev Dr. J. Milburn McLeod

IIIt'TUAL TO ASK duct research general I for concentrator will have just nest and Professional Women'Club of Jickionvlll will b( DIEGO, Calif. (UPIA
QTOSTIO.NS7 the improvement of the grow' that much more fruit, probably of Winter Haven at the the guest preacher at a four- $30,000 damage suit wit on file
While a statement that Florida era position?" 620,000 to 700,000 boxes At Haven Hotel Monday evening. diy leriei of evangelistic ier- today against the San Diego
Citrus Mutual\ might. iub- Those ire basically tome of least that li what qualified men His theme was "World Ml* vices it Tint Methodist Zoo in which a Stamford,
mlt a list of Industry needs to the questions I hive been Ilk. rF+ .J
in the deal tell Conn. claims
me. woman she
iloni at Your Lakeland begionlni was
gubernatorial candidate for lag the candidate I have "JEST AINT SO"While Doorstep Dr 4rl"s Church, bumped Into by a cameL
their reactions was mostly talked to, but 10 far no definite your correspondent, Cooley Interpreted this them w Sunday Mrs Gerard T. 01t'anclaimed
"guemork.," with Bob Rut answers or pledges just with .frt. Gurnctt was out of u meaning that missionary t.q'g Dr. McLeod li Methodist iuperinttndent > In the action brought

ledge, the super-woperstlve'smajor that he statements that could be construed .. the country last week, looking work In foreign lands bit comeback of the Jacksonville Monday that the too war negU.
domo denying "I am for God, motherhood
over the citrus situation In of 50 churches gent In maintaining a
such communication America through the district, competed aection
was preparing a and love, and agilnsin" .
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
called the
than a good Idea, la when It comet to the clt- covered in yesterday'sdelayed International students who com with a membership of more Children'a Zoo She
said that while on vacation here
this writer's opinion. rut industry. here to study than 30,000.
column, it seems in March 10, 1963, the camel and
I hive bern telling gubernatorial Now this li the personal out-of-town a ewspiper )indicated He stated that the people of Ills visit to Lakeland will b. other animals "violently collided .
aspiranli and their supporter position of many citrus men on Florida orange juice concentrators I Asia, Africa and other countries a homecoming if b* wn pi- with her"
for many weeks that the governor'i rice: The mID were apparently "over rtk'
the entire citrus Industry from have great longing for education tor of First Church for wen
they decide to support must an packing" even with the short
my composite friend, "John Q. sure them he will work with crop. I and are deeply gratefulfor years, 1M2 to 1959. The present Bandit
Grower", right up to the top the Industry in giving it more As you probably read yesterday the education In their countries sanctuary and education building Lady
management level wanted. autonomy, tiding In research Bob Rutledge said, following that hit been started by were built during his min Foiled By Clerk
clear cut and believable statements and the like but what I per. the estimate on Monday, the churches .
on the aspirant's views sonally think ti of prime im Indications pointed to the disposition He expressed hop that the ,
on estrus portance I ii who In the citrus this season of about 65 people of America will open The Rev. Cixton Doggett, HOLLYWOOD (UP) A
their hearts and announced that Dr. Me woman handed a note to a bank
i homes to these pastor
Mutual could prepare a questionnaire Industry definitely lupport- million gallons of concentrateat
all him that would Indicateto international friends, learningof Lend will preach it three ier- teller Tuaday stating "I havea
submit it to as- big the current retail price levels twu ,
their culture and custom In vices Sunday I,30 and 11 gun and I want mone,."
piranti for the chief executive'sjob me who would be hit chief of 27 28 cents per 6-01. canon
and then lummarii the advisors IF elected. I the national average order to better understand them r a.m. and 7:30: p.m. and twice The teller-Netalii Yermilow,
answers each one would be I hive hid partial lisle from I Now let me quote excerption and communicate with them. P '? daily Monday through Wedneadsy 27 read the note, folded It
He expressed In at 10 i.m. and 7:30: p.m. neatly and calmly banded it
fully answered believe me. No several of the candidates but this question of a possible disappointment
candidate would want the Industry there ii Inconsistency because I overpack and thus an excessive the lack of concern in many d81 d. back. "Sorry, you'll have to go
to know that he "ducked certain important citrus carryover into the 196465 sea. colleges and churches, "These Meets to the next window," she told
the Uauei" people have been appearing oat ion. people can also be missionaries Dobrynin the woman.
Something like the work of least two cindidatei 1I.tl. One of the most qualified oh to us, whose nation has been b The would-be lady bandit took
the League of Women Voter Of course, there i* such a servers in the industry laid: 10 blessed" be said With Thompson the note and ran out the door
In asking candidates to express thing as "coppering your bet", "Contrary to comment Dr. Cooley said "the success of the Bank of America's Western .
their view on public Issues and there li no law that you beard land written) in certain of our missionary endeavor I WASHINGTON (UPI) Soviet .Sinti Monica branch here.
ind some candidates who hive can buy only one parimutuel channels, there hat not been lies with us, in opening our CHAIN OF MISSION SPEAkER-Dr, George Cooley Ambassador Anatoly F
shrugged off the women's questions ticket on each race. Then there an excessive buildup of retail homes and lives to these pen'pie war the quest speaker it the Business and Professional Dobrynin met for half an hour 'Beethoven 5i
have lived to regret the might be a case of playing sire (6-ox. and 12-oz) concentrate ." Women's Club Monday night at the Haven Hotel Preil. Tuesday with Llewellyn E, ,
along with two or three candidates in retail and distributive At the conclusion of Dr. Thompson the Stat Depart-
day.This writer would like to suggest to determine which one I channels. The difference in ac. Cooley'a address Miss Evelyn dent Evelyn Hughes discussed the objects of the B&PW ment'i senior adviser on Rui- 'Beatles, No'NEW
to Bob Rutlcdge.: If he doe has the best chance and then ual movement of retail size Hughes, president appointed a prior to the beginning of the meeting sign affairs
prepare i questionnaire for the go all out for that one. from the atate and consumer nominating committee to present The department said that ORLEANS (UPI) A
candidates, that he frame three Emerson, In one of hi* essays purchase for the first eight or a slate of officers for 1964- I well rounded program outlined ship chairman, reported one new Thompson bid asked for the group of celebrants it Tuesday's
question which should bring wrote "consistency li the nine weeks of the season i II 65 composed of Mini Arleine for the year and good leader. member, making a total of 55 meeting with Dobrynin, A Mardi Gras were costumed as
definitive statements on the hobgoblin of little minds', about 1,750,000: gallons, but out Stanley, Elsie Arbuthnot, and ship I members In the Winter Haven spokesman said only that composer Ludwig von Beethov.
subjects: meaning, of course, that If of this difference shipments to Mr*. Gladys Barr They will I Mrs. Blllle Balden, member. club Thompson wanted to discuss "a en and carried signs that read:
1. "Would the candidate, If what one lays today li contradicted Canada and to outlets other report In March. number of things" with the "Beethoven SI,
elected, disregard politics, including by him tomorrow, he than consumer must be de Miss Hughes was elected Russian envoy "Beatles, No.
who did or did not support just might have gained a new ducted. So, Let'i get the fact delegate to this national con Rare CranesArrive Dundee
him, ind pick the best insight on the matter "Conils straight our product fro- vention in Detroit In July, with I
available men for the Florida tency thou art a jewel" li not ten orange juice concentrate Mr. Irene Hundley is alternate In Texas Mrs Aubry Tomlinson, ic-
Citrus Commission, getting the always true at least apparently Ii actually moving into con. I companied by her daughter, Got Your TICKETS?
advice and counsel of men who with tome citrus men lum ptlon." It was announced that Dr. WASHINGTON (UPI) The Mrs. Roy Moore and daughter
know and are trusted In the Industry they don't agree with Shakespeare Now, this li at odds with the Fred Lenfeitey, president of the Interior Department said today Mellssi, visited recently In Made Your PLANS?
?" story appearing elsewhere recently Polk Junior College, will be that 33 rare whooping cranes
2. "Would the candidate support The next 30 dayi will amok that retail size sales Ire guest ipeaker for the Feb. 24 are spending the winter at the St. Cloud with Mrt. Tomlin- WILL SEE YOU FRIDAY AT NINE
and fight for legislationwhich out most of the candidates on not keeping up with the move- program meeting Araniaa National Wildlife Refuge son'a mother, Mri. Jessie Gra
would give the industry the citrus deal ill ilx of ment out of the state into other Members of the Beacon Club I on the Texas Gulf Coast ham Mrs Moore and Mri AT THEVALENTINE
the right to run its own business them (Demos we mean) have than concentrators' stocks sponsored by the BPW will also I The birds, comprising the Tomlinson also viiited Mr. and
without Interference or citrus lupporterl.I but a little checking around be guests, with Installation of world'i largest flock of wild loin, Marvin Thompson BALLMUSIC
even 'suggestions' from Tallahassee -I Many old timers In this industry would indicate the movementout the Beacon Club officers following 'i whoopee, midi the 2,500-mile Miss Peggy Carter visited
this giving the citrus agree with m* that neverIn of state includes concenritet the dinner. flight from summer nesting her brother In law and IT THI MILLO-TONIS
deal ii nearly complete autonomy the last quarter-century at in Institutional sizes, Mill Dorothy Bradley reported grounds near Great Slave Like sister, Mr. and Mrs J. C. Gas- MARY LOU SUIT, VOCALIST
and freedom from lent, hn the Industry been such it the quart-container and that the Scout troop in Canada's Northwest territories kin and family of Merrltt Island
strangling laws and aids 11 split 10 many ways on a gubernatorial In bulk. sponsored by the club has II I last fall during the weekend. i FII1UAIT 14 WOMAN'S CLUI DONATION 11.10
possible?" candidate but they This aim lource, which I
,"Would the candidate support look for this to settle down to have contacted for more than
iH reasonable and logical two, and posaibly tree b, 20 years and who hn never
moves to get more research, April 1 or thereabouts led mi astray hid this to add:
looking towards new product, NO PRICE EFFECT when the Industry
..improvement of present pro- Monday' USDA eitlmat hlk get into Vilencln for concentrating -

looks like purposes late March(and or early that "When The Doctor Released Me My

Spring Is Just Around The Corner April) the stocks on hind 8t ,
hit time will be just a very
r IT'S TIME TO few million gallons over the inventory .
of IS.4 million gallon
at the start of this season or Car Payments Were Up To Date '
on Dee 1 of this put year. .
Canned: single strength pro-
'- f ThinkGreen ducts art in extremely short inventory .
position We just don' '
have enough product to tee ul

K me through I" the summer, 10 help Thank You Again.

Incidentally I checked witha
N processed citrus sales mm
ager it I wrote this and hi told
w yyLL m* single strength orange julc
was quoted at $585 to ft fora
dozen 48-ounc cane FOB
.!.:. Florida compared with $4r
.. $440 at the comparable time
.... Irr nt year Single strength
grapefruit juice It quoted at rHere's
w $4MIS per dozen 48-oz. cans
.. against $3-J3.25 a year ago
r rr A* with concentrates or my
TUI A other commodity there !li a direct .
: \\ relationship between price
;% Illd and consumption
: 1
.. 1r Florida Citrus Com mi..
Ion, meeting at 11 a.m. in
\ Lakeland tomorrow, li expected What One Happy Gentlemen,
take the first definitive
..... 4 action in implementing some Customer Said About The ''lust want fo thank
recommendations made a
of the 'fOIlor
f h
ate last month by Boo, Allen P'ym'nf 1 Cr accOunf with; wy you
& Hamilton management con Plan/ I didn'f your ''n'l/rea
-J ultanti who made a $113000 Lake Region Bank tried think I would
study of the Industry and the which fo pick up mare ever need if.
commission. \ I''r.ly) 1nl th'n could

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,: Lakeland Dreadnaughts Topple Denison Rebels Closer ITo

Scrappy Blue Devil Five, 58-49 County- Cage Title I

By BOB HAVILAND tow, the Westwood Warriorshad
Score Tied At Half Before 'NauifsPut sparta Editor their season record leveled

The Denison Junior High at 44. Bsrtow took a second

On Third Period School Rebel ninth graders quarter lead and never was
Surge ToBy
I moved to within one game of headed at. they moved past the
Tribe 27 24. The Warriors were
the Polk County basketballleague
favored in the contest but nev-
championship yesterday -
JolIp3 sUed8 afternoon and the Reb er could find the range
The Winter Haven Blue Devils came up one man sb last
Roy Tice led scoring
eighth grade team gained at
night, and In doing lost their 17th
so cage contest this ton,
with 13 points Andy Sen-
least a tie for the title In their
this time by a 58-49 cdunt to the Lakeland Dresdnaughti t the 1 t ,
T division at both teams won con lion got 5, Judd Sealy 3. Robby
,v Lakeland High School gymnasium I' wincing victories over Lakeland Ribe 2, and Jemire Hightow
++, nr 4 The short who could
1n man was anyone put the ball rourb'the Junior High er 1.Bach.
hoop In the third quarter and match a scoring spree n the I Friday the Denlson cagers
part of Lakeland that eventually proved to be the decli tae c1ps
will take on powerful LakelandSouthweit
tor. t Ile' s sY at the Lakeland Vs. King

With the halftime scored 1, High School gymnasium
notched 2S25, the Devllmrn consistent polntmaker Ktlng tKhJ Behind the point production In Golf Finals
stayed even with the 'Naughts oral of ,
Larry Swearengin: Tommy
during the opening minutes of 19.The At WH CourseIt
Winter Haven cat snow Hart, and Richard Hitchcock,
the second stanza. Then! a four stand at 4.17 for the ason, ,>x' 1"t1 the Reb vanity overcame a
field goal spurt by Lakelandput 112 in the Western Corf ence, coring drought: In the tint half will be Mrs Niels Bach
the contest on ice. Although I Lakeland Is 13.5 in all mil, y.jOI i for a 30.13 triumph over Lakeland vs Mrs. Harry King Jr. In the
the locals fought back, they S3 in league action Junior. flnala of the championship
never came closer than seven The Blue Devils ht two With the game tied T-T at the night next week In the Winter
points and trailed at one time more road games befo dos end of the first half, Swearengin Haven Women's Golf Champion.
by 13 in the fourth period. I ing out the season with two- poured In I, Hart 7, and ship tournament.
Playing inspired detente in game home stand. Th Play Hitchcock 4 for the win Tony Mrs Bach defeated Mrs.
the first half the Blue Devils King Friday and Robin Saturday Van Zant and Richard King also Frank Pride while Mrs King
could not match the Lakelandfire both in Tampa added 2 points each In the edged Mrs Clarence Bell to
power in the first quarter I I In jayvee action it wily .trlctrolled- I CAN'T BELIEVE IT-A Lekelend Junior High School final atanzaHart gain the finals

and came close to bring out of no contest. Lakeland player ((51), left, Iud cen't believe it .s Rebel Tommy played one of the moat One match, Jukes vs Wells,
the contest. Behind IS-6 in the past Winter Haven to t tune Hert grabs another rebound during Junior high action outstanding games In junior remains to be played In the
closing minutes of the initial I I of 1133. The Devil JV' ed at yesterday efternoon It the high icnool gym. Hert also high action this year. He not semifinals of the championship
period, three field goals-Rick the end of the first qua MS.quir. blocked shots end scored points .i the Deniion teem only pulled down rebounds and consolation division, then' Mrs.
Koberson, Jere Baxter, then I Lakeland then compile swept past Lekelend, 3013. tossed through nine points, he Charles Lathers will meet the
Rick Anderson shoved the ter point counts of 23, and -- constantly posed I threat to. winner in the title round
Devils to within five going into 31 for the win Lakeland marksmen by blocking First flight competition will

the second quarter. I Jerry Sapp led the yveesMike shot after shot. Swearengin tee Mrs. H W. McIver vs. Mrs.

JUMP BALL-An excellent example of what results A last second free throw by with 9 points, followed 1 Three Pitchers Sign was high. for the locals with 11 Richard Martin In the finals.In .
I Boddy Downs gave the Winter Dix 6, Richard Parka d Ed points
In a jump bell Is Illustrated above at Winter Haven After trailing by four at Intermission flights already completed,
sophomore guard Rick Anderson (dark uniform) sharer Haven five a tie at halftime Master t each, Leon Mi no S, 18-12. the Winter Mrs L. C. Stewart won ever
The DevilmMi l'nmnltlv. Mike Stone and Bobby
ml 2
win first
Mrs R. E. Bork to the
the basketball with Lakeland -
a Dreedneught player Haven Deniion eighth graders
inated play io the second each and Bill Brantley
Devilman Jere Baxter ((25)) Is encouraging Anderion. With Roberson and quarter 1964-65 ContractsBy came back with quarters of T flight consolation; Mrs. DickMadeus
Baxter .
Lakeland won list night's meeting 58-49. (Photo by dominating the defensive boards IUTIWTI(', and S points to take a 27.21 Spencer won the In title the over second MrsMark
Brook Staub courtesy of Superior Block Co.) and balanced 1I'I.ler NateaI verdict over their L.kel'Ddcounterpart
scoring confusing Downs flight and Mrs Earl Moore
obby tU.llrrl 5 1 MILTON RICHMAN and when the Reds ,. ;
the 'Naughts defense, the Blue 17.vl. t 1 4.Yen I announced ,
the Reb was the winner over Mrs J V.
UPI Scoring for eighth
I Devils lived up to their potent Barter 6 511 Sports Writer his signing they also .unced i Causey In second flight con
Women MrDanlel Allen Harris
Cagers Open 64 Season Gary G 0 0 grade team was
: tial.A Rick Rctbo...." t 4 I Happy New Yearl! rookie pitcher Don Secrest had 10, Mike Adams 7,_ and Ronnie solation.

The Women's City Basketball The first contest begins at 7'' surprising full court press Rlrk Mike. Paee Anderaoa I G 4 015 0 A little late maybe, but It come to terms. BurreU and Kevin Bryant I

League, sponsored by the Win I I p.m. followed by the nightcap at< I midway through the third per certainly applied today as far The 30.yesr-old Shaw, who each
ter Haven Recreation iod was just the element Lakeland Total. 1/ 1119Lakelaae as pitchers Bill Monbouquette, In played at Bar-
Department 1:15: Admission is free, was dealt to the Giants by the game NOW OPEN !
moved Into action Mon needed to take command Jim O'Toole and Bob Shaw Braves last November In
Jae IIholnlI 0 a u a
day night with two games being PLAY PARENT CLUB of the game Forcing Winter Bran 5hrmm r 6 were concerned. multi player deal, had a T11 OUT FOR SEASON Garden Way

played.In CINCINNATI (UPI) The Haven paising mistakes to and pinpoint Bob Paul Oonhrlnk Jackenn. 4 als 110 All three came out far better record last season, one that usually ARCADIA Calif. (WO :
the first game of a doubleheader San Diego Padres of the Pacific basket men open under the Mike' SurdoU. 1 1 0 than American Beauty roses In Is accompanied by a cut. Crimson: Satan, the star Thor '
Bartow downed the Coast League will play their almost had the Devil Kenny brat I the matter of signing their 1964 But no team which ever acquires oughbred of the Crimson King LoungeS :.
0 0
men In Robert V.lenttne
running circles.
State Farm club, 49.it. parent major league club the the visitors After contracts a new player In a deal Farm, will probably be side-
The second game found the Cincinnati Reds, in San Diegoon land regrouped, Lake. 'Totals 1s sew'Int.r Monbouquette and O'Toole turns around and trims his sal lined for the entire racing season levee 140 I Mile
Independents topping Haines April I!. Both General Manager drop to saw eight a 13 point margin Norm 141 11.1 11.41l.kelaad 14.U each received substantial pay ary. It Isn't good business. You as the result of an ankle Eat el Cypress tt.rtats'
City 6221. Bill Dewitt and Manager points. boosts bringing them up around have to make the new fellow injury suffered in the Jan. 24 CHOICE LIQUORS
Games will be played every Fred Hutchinson expressed be. One of the highlights of the the $30,000 mark for a pair of happy and wanted. San Paiqula Handicap. Ranked PACKAGE GOODS
Monday night at the Winter lief that the game "would be game in the Devil camp was winning seasons and although Not only that, but the Giants 13th on the all.time money-win- FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
Haven National Guard Armory very helpful for both team"SAVINGS the outstanding play of Baxter. Wrestle Ro I Shaw did not have one, he still also took Into consideration ling list, Crimson Satin hid Watch For Grand Opening/
L Scoring from the Inside, the wasn't asked to take a slice by Shaw's fine 2.86 earned run average been a prime contender for theIU.ooo
-- outside, and. at the charity line. his new club, the Glints. with the Braves and his $ Santa Anita Handicap
AT PATHWAY PACKAGE,. STORE the 6-foot 9 senior forwardplayed Mombo earned his raise from 16 saves In relief.

of the the most aggressive ball On Mat Ag' da the Red Sox off his 20.10 rec. With that in mind, they of. For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139
season He recorded 13 ord last season, by far his best fered Shaw the same I2T.500 ;
WEEKENDSPECIALS points for the evening Sopho- In five with the club, which also Milwaukee paid him last year :
more guard Rick Anderson, signed catcher Bob Tillman, and he took it. t .
hobbled with an injured leg, Here Satur y second baseman Chuck Schil First baseman Jim Gentile

sgiln proved to be the most ling and rookie outfielder Tony was more or less in the same

1 t Conl lisro. boat with the Athletics, who obtained
Promoter Cowboy tunounced U an O'Toole moved Into the $30,. him in a deal with the Bagwell Building Supply Iii !:.".,
BOWLINGLNDlBTBUt today that a Ie man 000 bracket with a 17.14 slate Orioles during the off'season.
Wrestle Royal has b arranged

MM LLAGIK for Saturday .t Winter '

White Horse Scotch. .. .. .. $5.69 Hob NobCyprcu '.Iale.a Haven National Cu Arm017. Annual February --

Ballentine Scotch ? .. ? .. .. $6.19 Pin u.rden.Gardena Bar Lanes 43 44 -
The lilt of the rev wrest.lees -
House of Stuart 86* :. .. ? .. $4.49 Cochran R.y'a Restaurant Insurance a7 ti to leave the ring WI ket
Crovwa Printing so FALL
Impvrlil' Fl 1.. OU M a $250 bonus in the tional CLEARANCE
Bottled BondI. Oil Hall Buick :38
C39 Anchor Bar ::18 Guard sponsored atbl

I. W. HARPER $ fcloiu Allnitown!: u,.Paint... AMU. 94 M Scheduled to take pa in the

STRAIGHT KY. BOURBON Fifth Haven Porto Uk ftrdon Decorator filnt Bank :M 17 17 830 Malenkt; p.m., Duke event Keen are ,Great Joe 3 Days Thurs. Fri. Sate Feb. 13th 14th 15th f ft

Pharmacy 14
Cypress Oardena Ina UCypreM McCal11, Pedro God Tim fJ
Hiram Walkers MATTINGLY G.rdon. Inn 0577 WM Woods, Tlte Carreon d 101. Ii
Jim Campb.il 174 Chuck Bran 474n
STRAIGHT BOURBON Ray Rnlaurant S Ion SU40 pound Haystack C.1I10uA. .
& Phil! Frail :3J4 MtCrowann .

10 HIGH Bollnter 11 Printing W7 ...I. inm Porter) ::1M1.Paint Lou from the the ring fighters they will art hurled pale 1
MOORE I 10J4 aye Ed Knepp all: Merman' :
It Proof Silver 647.ElolM ed ID matches to loll The Price

Straight Ky. lourbosj Omens AMU S 1060 1101 lint two to leave will eet In
Ed Burrhett SI] Urrowond Zleike :
369 I7S .. Imperial Florida Oil 1 1040 the nlcht' second ev No.
5th 3 for 10.75 JWJ DIck Bcnaon IUD 484 ,
3 and 4 fare each oth ID the .
369 Lake Rriton Bank I tIN! MO
Fifth Uo Crofnry JDI IHI va Allrnlown third bout and the fine wo excluding I
Paint. ions :2121 C. W. IM :.IUI.
459 Full Art Wllhelm S4I the winner W 10 .t I i
3 for 13.lt Cochran Ineuranr. 0 tt MM Earl i It in the nell.lo-lllt nt of I :
9f. 3 for 10.75 Weaver 1M John Monl MS va. Cy
preia Gardona Laim S 103S SUM the nllht.LuttnU. '
Charles Lawrence :MS MO I. currently ing to Sale
Oil Hull Buick I K4
flee Randy
Stone 174 477 .*. Haven D.x>ralori arrange for a suitable for 2
BLENDED WHISKEY 86IMPERIAL 2e.. 1717 Larry Pelrlne ITS Wa* Hire Matsuda 01 Japa In the
ley 43S event' final featur. Mat56000 -
Hob Nnb S lOll M41 ,*. Band- t b e former, utherDI
era jni 131 ve Anchor Bar I 1001
2SM Jim Thomas 307 '30. I wrestling title holder cently
Pin. Gardtnt Rae 5 tOIlS Jnol battled world champ Lou
369 3 1075 <".!,. Glmenn Ml 121 113 VI H H These foes are not too at, to
Fifth for Pharmacy S 1044 S03S John Suttoa
Jn6 sis. find.
Good Selection Sport Coats

459 3 1339 For Vali,.,', Day
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Put Your Heart Into It 200 Pair Pants reg. 12" to 22"

lLENDEDCORBY'S. 3.69 250 Sports Shirts US,:, reg. 500 to 8"


3 For 10.75 100 Pair Pajamas reg. 4" to 1000

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PONYTAIL ,devrp MwR acPUnf ACtf i0Y6. N1Ede tiN1ANF BNCLA41 m Grruyl7rll'x

Pilot Goofs Wall Street fovsr r c1P wt a A awrA.c uvAr Ay ARPrtD roo. o AL4 rlae+uRt ,


Jet Lands At 1m I Chatter -


ion It McKlnnon says "the mar
Small AirportJACKSON
ht, In terms of the Dow-Jone

Industrial average Is at new aft

lIn. (UPI-Km. time highs. Sentiment Is In I a

ploy,. of the small private airport bullish mood, thus the demandfor

gazed in astonishment II V strong docks of rowing,
airliner graceful!)
the big jet
landed and then icreeched to I a I companies should expand over

halt with a frantic grinding olbrakei the months ahead" + .
I "When and where the rise/ VIRV VITAL euUTIONi MYDCARt ?., wAICN A aiiu rr n A irrrt -

They knew what the co.pilot of will meet effective resistance la VITO't PHV ICAl TtAININO MOW WILL YOU If NM OWN WC..tMALUNanlTHINA TO HAVE A
the Delta Airlines Convair 880, I not easily preducted. February 0r'MAUA6 MOBS FMCIHATn Mt UACT A fOM( OAV, WHIN 1 AWWY :ROM 1W .
en route from Dallis to New historically ia a cautious month (,JANCt'-MJlUKI! MAaY/OATNIwAND! HI WKANot* MHTAXUXXI IlR IT N AIMO T UMWBUHAN.I '
York with M persons ; I for stocks, yet this year it la FIND COMMON IKTUUm (NTNUlu4nc ABOUT HOUR JON f TO NAVE
learned the second h. 'board'i dI A are proving to be contrary Indeed '{ a+Cl THE lUJINHI MERE +? I I R pGNL A5ILY|

narrow runway-somebody had The 800 level Is the Dow.Jonel KCCMTLVlBUI I''

goofed.It .ono industrials claimed by technicians ff
also became embarrassingly to be an upside barrier

clear to copilot J. W. Woe Is Just a step away, thus a

ber ai his surroundings came crossing of this line may provide

Into focus that b. was the culprit the excuse for corrective 1 J / I

C lh,.Mi no 9rehss he,lean ew rl ao.roa action"
While pilot B. B. Barclay, 46,

was busily engaged in monitoring "My brother Is NOT a coward who' afraid to come Bache sir Co. notes January
Instruments, Woeber had "was a banner month for Investors
out! He's not home, I tell :you!
landed at Hawkins Field, eight as many major companies

miles away from the new municipal raised their dividends as they

had served airport as the Hawkins Jackson Field Air SideBy expressed the outlook their for business confidence pros In YE$, AICN-TNL' rANO au cur pppwN0 WA1 asOUT wNN YOU CALLtD
I The I lON6
port until It was closed last Lighter pects. This recurring action appears ANY SAIV( Ml1SIN0lt. QR EURIED CREWMAN HEAEI UfDUNflINE jUR COAA[Iv WNO NAM yi b IWAI 11 I
traffic ;
year as too small for jet to have placed securities CAME TO OUESSEO AS MUCH ITNAO10eETHC CORAI WERE /ILLI l
able to atop
Vkoeber was on a firmer foundation Taking T 11NOCQAAt AOCxE1NIP.,, %ILLIDHALEANDt
that the Agriculture Department
airliner 150 feet from the end DICK WEST Into consideration the tax cut BAARLTTI

of the runway. I WASHINGTON (UPI) If a bad granted a loan to develop and anticipation of Increased I
"It was Just one of those beats sn American a ski resort in Pennsyl 1y
Russian capital expenditure, we look .: '
things explained an official of eliding down a hill, what does vs sin. for expanded earning power eCl j ddd.z

Delta, which haa had some experience this mean? Besides that, subsidizing athletes and higher security prices in

with such situations, I To me, It means that the would only solve part of the future"

Last year, a four-engioe Delta I Russian can slide down the hill the problem. Also to be considered -

plane landed at Yazoo City by faster than the American ButI la the fact that there J. W. Sparks Co notes that

mistake, skidded off the runway apparently have a narrow are large area in this country "approximately half of the general

and got stuck In the mud. The view, reflecting a strong disinclination where skiing is impractical list of aecurltiea on the

pilot laid he thought he was to slide down hills my Florida, for example New York Stock Exchange have

landing at Hawkins Field, etlll self. A better approach might be failed to participate In the upward

In commercial use at the time. The wider, or global, view of to try to persuade the Olympic movement of the averages

The passengers on the Delta the matter his been pungently committee to expand the gamesto over the last year. We

Jet' Monday were taken by bus expressed by Rep Louis C. Wy other events. Wyman's maintain that the market Is of
to the new airport where the in series of NO Ob/eW.CA VERY WELL, NOW Vol1'CeMVrNLer3e.4F4RAteOkWirNlCdQ
man, R N. J., a charge about "professional
and until this
rotative nature !
a 611TER Lin gas UNStDe >
tAI.KING leNyi .
T Mr AreA/lOARNr ue.cs. rwBY iMrseINCE9e
continued Its flight SO klU -
airliner Win. MBW TtCAT
statements on the recent ringers" suggests one possibil
section Is exploited we would >zi NTl YOUR tATION IT'9 TDO COLD OUT
minutes behind schedule I' ter Olympic Games. VaeYLUi COM01.1% AND HERi TO R.AYEN VO YOU THINK I.V. TRYIt88
not expect s substantial decline. AlkuT TD ifCOM, I
that "the NEAR ALL Atlp
asserted QUESIION1r w
Wymsn chances In the Olympics ." / P f'ANOt.A; THS* MINHDPpyI .
(7 ABIOl1T ITI MIfwIRi! 3
proud name of the United would bi greatly enhanced If

City Must Use i Statea" was being "eroded at there were a contest In horese.Ihoe -

a world Image" by defeat in pitching Or, taking literally Church Services
Own Money these games Wyman'a remark about fighting

"Already the cry la being fire with fire, why not have
DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI- heard 'wait until 1968,' be an Olympic contest in fire fightIng Have Bad EndingST.

Public contributions for reglld. uld. "But, my friends at the ?

tog the state Capitol dome fell rate we are going we may The only other solution I can LOUIS, Mo. (UPD-The

abort! ao Iowa will have to never reach 1968." see Is for our meteorologists to Rev. Harry P. Phillips Jr. end _

spend its own money for the Gee whiz I This kind of find a means of producing Mil- ed his last Sunday sermon by r e ,Affl

project.The shakes me up. The British used cards all across the nation. telling the congregation at West sdyI
slate Executive Council to say that their battles were Some of the tourist In Miami Presbyterian Church that t

voted Monday to obtain bids won "on the playing fields of might complain, but the repub. thief had made off with several

for the new coat of 23.karat Eton," but I never realized that lie would stand for another four overcoats from a vestibule

gold leaf on the large center our aurvlval hinged on the for. yean. clothes rackThe I ThAT'B TNR 61XTW 16Nef fT I MIl'VOU TTB TIM, FAt eyOuUVQ6
dome The estimated cost will tunea of our stretch pant and DRUNKH1gUR/ r fEl BREAK/
be $80,000 barrel stave brigade hEbK
The council took the action If Wyman la right, and I -Quotes From I News- ? l / ,1! DON'T KNO! H01V )GuNO MANx '

after hearing there was *31S In have no reason to doubt It,
contribution funds. then we need to give the situation .
the public By United Pren International watching I also saw some of 10 e' i /
come deep thought, aa 1 .
SYDNEY, Australia CaptIt the other women reporters lookIng f ae
and 1 have already
I J. Robertson, skipper of the .wondering what we were
been doingWyman .
NE WYORK (UPI) A charged that the Soviets aircraft carrier Melbourne, describing talking about as we twirled

prevention device may drive using "professional how bit ship struck around the dance oor." I ro I ,
automobile thieves crazy due to ringers" against our amateurs and split in two the destroyer
frustration according to a report President
continues he said the Vovager: :
If that ,
today In a McGraw Hill United States may have to "J.... on the bridge when 1 Johnson, debunking critics of

publication fight fire with fire" by extending i heard a shuddering, grinding his foreign policy!; : '
When the unit If installed, government aid to our crunch. We pushed the Voyager "So, regardless of what you

any tampering with the Ignition athletes along sideways before we broke bear and regardless of what p xaT.

wires locks the brakes If the He may have a point there, her In two She broke up within aome bellyachers say, we ares

brakes are released the fuel but I doubt the climate is right three seconds from the moment much beloved people throughout .
la cut off. It the fuel
upply the brakes for It There was, you may recall of Impact. the world. We are respected I II OfATNISWAY ih WHAT I fir Jf IFILLEDfM
la adjusted
supply "
s loud outcry In Congress and we appreciate it. OR THIS DC.ART FGtrdTAIN DEN
J'illiock again and the ignition x'AY7
last year when It Was learned WASHINGTON UPI reporter AND
becomes grounded.
Helen Thomas, noting LOS ANGELESAttorney t L ME How

what was going on while she George A. Forde, a defense attorney OIA.D WEAR i

.. Legal Advertising Court Record danced Tuesday night with at the trial of three men NEW HAT /

a President Johnson at s White for the kidnaping Frank Sin. SWAY? .

Porter' OP INTFNTION TO CIBCCIT and COIBTOrderi Decree House reception- sirs Jr, contending the kidnap. I

MAKK': AfPLHATION FOB Mary Mae vas Curtis DIM, die "I law out of the corner of ing was a publicity hoax: C7
fINAL DIHIHAKGB: mieeaU "If this kidnaping, I'll
Edith Dennl vas Urojr my eye that a lot of ambaisadori was a
-IN RE: ESTATE: Of CrubauihDeeeand Francis Dennis. diemleeal.Flrat and their: wives wereARTICLES be on the next moon shot.
Catharine Van Horn .d..1 fievtnee and LnaaAuoclatlon t
: --ol Lakeland.-eta.; .'. LY
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY Tlr .t aUdlrniwal .
Bobby Smith Clark M I
Nolle U hereby given that wt J. U Pratt, etc, VI James W.
bare lied our renal report u Admlnlitrator I Garrett UJt etc? *t al, dlimlual.
eta. 01 the *.tt* olrathartn Betty F Smith .*. Lout H.
: Van Horn Cnibaugh, de- H. Smith dlimleial
&.'I< for final' dUehant and that J. hart, dlimluaL
,we will apply to the Hon. Richard UlNTV: rOlRTMarrlai o 'ISN'INTPNATtghAi, THKcROWhiJEWELS iOWDIDIT NAT ,.
A. Bronion, County Judge otJ Licence w HAPPEN? ltD
'olk County. Florida. on the Slit David tugene; Mllll, 2Auburn. #lN U' MAID
day February, 1M4. for approval dal, and Landac" Glnier White, I 42 ONE BUT THE 'IGN 111 WLLDOG vlGILANR t ENIERED WAS NoRVA

chant of the a*tarn Admlnlntrator and for final eta dlf of IS Lakeland,Martin Winter Villmrr and Haven Calhehn Motter Lluabeth Jr, SS, CLASSIFIED 5WI Ft RO TyM[ 'TH11Knsa OFFJJf a. \ .uSTTI-1E.rr LAVArHOURS'P

the state 01 Catharln Van Horn .
deceaaedThU Campbell SU, Lakeland MAIDIIto
Cnibaurh' 2lth! day of January. 1W4Eehnir Thoma Wade Biker, SI, Lako- RITMEVTD \l
National Bank of land and Alice Edna Fag. 1$. READER
Winter Hn.lI.Allmlnlltrator, Donald Ltman McBrayer, Sx
eta. Eau l.m and AI.Ire OeraldlneMurdmk SERVICE. IL '.'
of th acetate of S4. Halne City y eo t ..ffa
ralharln Van Horn Donald Franklin Jernlgan. 2'7.
Crubauih. DereaeedByi Winter Haven and Geraldine Walker ,
W. O Freeman H Jernlian 33 Auburndale. .
Vlr. Prldnt 'Truit Henry Unkford Laueter, ...
__ OffleirJan. Lake Wale., and Lenora Jan Hall,
n Feb. I, U II. m. 4T Lake Wales: / i
kof r John rneman, JS Lak- RUN DAYS .
land and Chrlitlne Sue Coellne, IS, b 1' ./ t T
LEGAL NOTICE Lakeland u. 3 0t', f d.a r .C ,
XOTltfc u,' rittLK) SALE Richard Cornellu Oboe 90, Winter
Hm ST.OMAUC: Haven and Gwendolyn Christine FOR $1.00 FOR IS WORD AD .

Public noiic la hereby given that [ Atlanta, Oa e> ,
beginning on the 7tn day of March Charm 1p..lIH. : 15 W*"
U".4 at 1.00 p.m, and oontinuwc rly, and JUnml Nell Ennla, 11.Auburndala Notices For This Department
until all loodi are told, w* will 0
Mil at public I auction to the high J. B P.ttereon. 43 Winter Ha. u e
lit bidder: for ooh at our *rehuuM > Ten. and Marti Jean Fouler, 27, Limited To
at Avenu. U and 6lh Street Winter Haven .
aw, Winter Haven, llurlda. the fol- Lamar Lre Lind..,.. 1*. fnVo k
lowing sooda, ware*, and merchan- and Linda fclole: Roland, IT, Bowl- I. ,lrM fr tale er awe, fe Ikevelie .. N. l.**.. Ne ClMre*. Y.M
dli lor Moral and other charge
011 which a Ila en the aims 1* "HuuJT'Thom*". Bl. Bartoer, and ef $21 *r .IMS .e AHC.*. AI
oiatrned Ulna Reed Thomas, ST BartowErwln .
One lot of UMd fumltur Lot No. Chart Hits. 58. Cleveland >t II Were ur.lt.1 .heal ton
,. Ads cue .. .... ... to H
I7t Said property 1* being cold forth 0., and Mary South Deal, bat Ad. .
account of and a* the property 44, Madeira BearhHenry .
Maine el tlfl.J 4a.rhM** writM
of Mr. B. N. Stephen Crawford Lang M
Said Ml to b. uDder and by vlr- City, and Dorothy Ma Youni od, I. IMI ...,.. Meat .....1. ...
tue of the latute of th. But of 4t., Davenport.Charle price (4 .ffer$.. ..' twta. ,lit ... ..11.4 to wtek ,.,*.**
Florida la such cae mad and Edward T.eter. IS. Winter ,lis9M Mmbaif tf Mrvts .!
provided Haven and Inda. Luelnda than ..II... e. to ""-
Imperial llovlnf Btorif Ivan II. Winter Haven

February' By 18.: Clinton It, mi.Thomas Haine Thorn**City court.nay. and Vivian TYler Lab*?. .. Ne eemewny cele w I" y, Ne ,,k..e eider

... Halne. CityAlbert -
Wrl,ht '
Mitchell Braddnrk, 111. L A. will 11III11.,.,
LEGAL NOTICE Baldwin and Waverly Elaine Bur _
YOM STOUAUB more"HarleV; "Orandlann Wolfe. M. as- I WISH e0MST1M1i Z WHAT TSIAt AINY IDEA
)1 Public nolle I* hereby given that Plant City, and Iris Arlln Cralf, HUNTER seat Hiding outfit ...1 VOU'9 P6ACKH. IfMy DMiAIS1fE, A/out OR 1GIlRe CLtAD
V bIlnnln on th* 7th day ot March Palm.. s to s ft. si so I
SO, Plant EAtrmiT. and black. Sue 11 t-TIU AHN Op Ode MS* SIR }
I .1 iae4 at 1.00 p.m. and continuing Edward: Walter Wllllame, JO. Level JS1IA err CT fOSb eLV SS
A ::t until ,all good art told, we wlQel Lakeland. and Alleen Lou Da me\11, .ch.Larry. CY MtMPIOEONS SIT.00.HONO. tOOOV T9 Utt TO Yt
I' e ihat publla auction to the hiil" LaIl.I.nct. KNOW rrP98
I for cash at 18. Carlnnd Pence, SS KONG Tan Snap. Wlcierchair
WIA 14, n3UtbWOB ? Frederick and Dorothy LonttaElmbeo Tintmiltb.e I. StraliktWhite and Ottoman. Ill.00. CT
I IW. Winter H...",. Florida, the Ukeland, IS, Lakeland: A talpt'I. up >*- "'/1.1. Eve CY 8-7111
followtnc goad, wan, and men Timothy Alan Blrkford, 14 take Mini Wahnela Church .,ao.
I c handle* for itnrair and other land, and Sharon' Ann Duncalt, JO CY e-8880. I PORTABLE beater*,
I f If(h ctiarg on which a lien on the Lak.'and.U.rb"rt' ueed Oood toad this MM each.
name I* claimed Lee Welter. M. CleanraNer -II- IdS 8th 8t.. SEE
On lot of seed furniture LotNo. ,
f and Harriett Moffett Rlfney .
flood conditionS3)
401 Said property I* being Mid 28 '' CLIPPER: CHAIR .41-
I for to* account of and a* the property Rlrhirf Edward HUM. M, We.t 00. 3U-MM after lOOp.m.so OAS STOVE:. flood condllloIJO ..
of Mr. earl W .Bauer CheMer, 1'... and Marilyn Virginia 00. 130 2nd St., Lake Ida.
n Said Ml to be under and by Nolu. Smith 12, Aubnrndal. .
of the itatutef of the Slat of Prebata fuel Tanks .d0.
1'I0ridaII\ such e**** made and Donald E. McDonald Jr: Ann TWO with Xvlnnid.hoe* *S connections Katlnn Real BOAT Trailer tlr 130/410 1.... eCute t
MarDnnald .
rovldedImperial' MurDnnald Marian en.rdtsr.Gisdp .. JOOd buy 11200 each' : W37>. ittUK wheel. Never been ueed 1. A.
Moving Storage minor order appnlntlnf"
918.171eats lilt
i Bargain 404.00.
."!. .,1 Clilltoa 1'110III&I M Green, deceeeed, .rar lImeS' iW, Stnal. IW.
ran: J,3., u JM/ eVpolnUBf dminl trator.

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1 il 1)) Announcements ((2)) Help WantedA ((8)) Automotive J ((12)) For Rent Furn. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)' ) Real Estate For Sale:

Beauty Milt Word To The Wives THIS IS ON EAOLB hoops LAKE.Watrr 14 furnlnhod>*droomblock Beautiful RANCH

CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST Cry.tal Reach prlvUei.a. 11300
Hoseryto If you need money to buy a WAGDNWEEK waekly CY 1-3601 11-11 27S acrea ef Improved pasture land,
:. _
a large bedrooma ..bot..., fully
ear. house furniture. Earning P'URNlaIIP2001JPl.52X 1 BEIV '
quipped modern kitchen
12 to SS per hour with AVON. AT ROOM\ AIR CONDITIONED. PRIVATE. Garden Grove dtthwaeh.r. Coubla larata Including* nf-
Call Write 0 LOCAL SERVICESAVE It Adulta only. No pat. pl.aaa. 111".. fully air eondltlonad. 90'
now. .
lovely shades .
PINCKNEYSJerry 511(6 Ave. A. SB: CY H 74. ..11 mile from Wlnt.r H.".. Prlca

Just a half mile tilt of Cypren 195000. Xscallant: Urma to be ar.
P.O.Box 1395 Call
or t-BEDROOM .....,.. with Floridaroom. Gardens on State Road ranged.

iliei IV4 to U 682-4137 Lakeland MONEY. .. SAVE TIME anma furnlnhlnii.. Carpona,Raaaonabla larva yard 75ITlh 540. Mmy new model now VARNER REALTY

It., NW. 11-11 ready for your admiration. II Uk at, NW C1r 3-5100!

$1.00 Pair U-i CALL TODAY Drive out today and tee theie 7TI'BY

FURNISHED a.. UNFURNISHED new two and three bedroom

ErriClENCIES and lOb BED Medallion homes In beautiful
WANTED Two Curb Hrl.. Apply ROOMS.\ Nlca larta airy rooms OWNER:: New t-btdmnm. .t-
JUJVACOTTAGE tn ptnon Burj.r King 3Mt) Ha.,. Convenlaatly t d In Old PoitalBiilldlnf. Garden Grove.JOHN bells' double earporte. workihop.paymnnL"1.
andala Bl.& 11-17 VACUUM CLEANERPARTS Painting I :: Joe CY: S4S6 or CYM1I7. 3Int Si. NW. 8mll don-a
I-TF WOOD CY 1-1614-

SHOP WANTED young, experienced din-

log room ".U..... Must havatraneportallon. SERVICE for Kirby. ROOMS APARTMENTS & ASSOC., Inc.DEVELOPERSBUILDERS. $100.00 DOWN
960 Cypress Gardens Road ; Apply In n.r Hoovar, ElKtrolui: sad aU euVtr. Downtown. Week or m<>nl'". Very
morning at Farmer RedBam rna pickup delivery and a.tt- L A. MoCOY work nlca. .
Quality Reannablh CY 4-lt4 14-TF
Open 9 A.M. 'til T P.M. phone, call Cypraaa, pleaaa.Gard.ni Rd (No-7 -I IL mates REYNOLDS VACUUM maaihlp, faat clean and nawabla. ... ZUZ5U Phone 2S3-S33S Frame house 130137th St., N.W.;

CLEANER SBBVtCB.: Phone Phone CY 14580. lid till FURNISHED apartment cto .-ln.C.ll Total price $349 00. Paymenta
CY KHSt Mar.. S Btr .t. J..J>hy1 VUlaia. 17-T W. 5. Ynnally office CY 12- $
Wanted 1-0 ((3)) Situation ipect. Call or write D. D. New.
1100 DOWN
Plckard DAY NURSERY TELEVISION REPAIRSORDAN79 A Vn.I AflB!! OF OARDEN APART- ta.l BR. CB Homea Several. ton, P. 0. Box 8061, Orlando.

Special. SIC decline I day work Cal I.''iok i A 1 bedmoma. BOWKN : PHONE GA 1-1341
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aelectloni of station wagons 430 A...1291. C 550CV NORTH TV GATE SALES BHOFFINO 4 SERVICE ll1-TF .

COLD WAVE In town. OUR CENTER CB houM, 1-b.droom 5-bulk family
((5)) House Trailers Tender Lev.MOTTO Phone SSS-4501 I FOR RENT with prIvate room carpeted L.R., comKelely FLAT OOLFt
4 Car
FASTEST TV SERVICE IN BOUT inlrnnc. and private bath. Clo.*- equipped kitchen ".,porl.. Vary hand? when Jo'k live at
B3-TT In. CY .:I3al. 4-TF lot Muon axtraa. 1301 Av*. TV AVENUE .
$10.00 NOW SELLING full lIne of SKY 1-1 F, NW. CY 14611. 7-11 New MEDALLION HOME: with I
"IIEDROOM house tuml.h.d SOl bedroom.. 1H batha. All alectrla
Lv.. 1.. 'III.' IJ.Tr
8hora Mobile Village, Rt. M eaSt o. JACK 4 JILL NURSERY: kitchen ceiling heat large wararreaned
Lake Alfred U.TI' AUTO SERVICE rRCTAL Small house tn TxYaTerrar. porrh. godded front lawn
Month I Y.araUonday .
Lake Alfred corner lot
with underground Irrigation. LargaW
Bob Stint thru Saturday ONE Newly Decorat.d fumlehedapartmanta. paved .t..I., city "'Rt r. Need a
FOR SALE Wttr men Pathflnde i 180lot. Price only $1S 500.ISflO .
Ul Ave. C. .... III Avenue B, SB lot
"Styled Especially for You" of Only
COUNTRY CLUB Front Tamp kitchen Highway, 1-bedroom, LakelanFlorida. 47New CY 1-1651 -IIODGIAuthonl.sd CY l-looa. 17-TF l.AKffi ret; 't.Oh.rrR coat down and w* pay closing

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OPEN arvnAY i u s P x.
S.rrlca OaeChrpsler ,
LAKB ALFRED: Nice dan BAR RIB-CON" NABY, !'iO.t2'7 .
Dundee Ed. CY 3163 IRrlr' apartment 17000 to 18100
Third IW
FOR SALE-1 M ALMA aluminum Repairs Alterations ePlynouth LanCer month for I to 4 adult.: Include, all $7700 Furnished It.,
26-tf trailer ao Ft. I bedroom Sub utllltle. and till ol laundry bourn
bath. PrIced for quick aala. 1011' Valiant PR M46II. U-TF
Rin Ran,. Road. S -12WTI.L 430 7th St. N.E.

Antique and modern. Work rwr- TRADE 1MT Mercury eon. Florida Room. Aluminum Discount 131 SUth It. Sff SM-41 FOR RENT Two bedroom fur Moos debt In and .tart llvlnf homo for ule by 0....'. ,Call
anteed for 11 month PICK-ll for hou. Roles Co. Ino. CY I-66H. nl.htd apartment, clo..-lni I Imma- modem 1 btdroom axira 101'Ir..tora. 2111-0II1 after 4M ,.m. for appointment
bkLIVERY. K. Oraen, ISM venlbla, top hape : 331 Ith St.. SW. 11-Fab. 11 17r.b.UPHOLSTERING 11 dlata pnee...lnn fin ..._a! or .. ares wood floor with '.1.
.l ,
trail, alu.. CY 3t. U-l
Fairfax Nd. .; from I 00 pm., r equal ,.., round bail. Call at Ml Av.. inyl Sue awnlni window
<00 pm. ?r..kda".AU' den week.ends. A. NB.!: Phone 3931370. 11-TF no city or county t.xra ,
CY S-6391.: 27-f.b. li (S-A & Storage Bill Ward WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL elnna In tn town Shown by BRICK.
) Moving
SPIRIT UkKB Apartment PHr.t. ppolntm.nt A homa of prestIge and dIgnity Ii-

SPECIAL hath and antranca. Call B33-1MS sIlent condition. One owner proparty. -

FOR IMPERIAL MOVING BTORAOM. 1963 JEEP WAGON CHAIRS for rnt' AIM FIND VPHOLBTERINa: BX. Bartow. U-ll Upper teen. Inarartlon Invited

Prompt and afflclaat .."101 for Ho. Sal B.da, Crutrh. W.Ik- PERT KEFINISHINO. Complete offerS wanted Will taka
SPRING tn your n Ca 19M RAMBLER WAGON are Com mod... Oodlr.r'. a.nt.l.jI'' abrto ..Iort....... WOLF'S UPHOLSTERY I ATHERTONOrac. email house a. down paymant. I
CT M1M for 'N'-IIIIR : CY ":Ull. 171 Ar. A. NW. SHOP 114 Avenue A, ([12-C) Mortgage Loansumiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii -- Oarata apartm.nta rear ol" lot.

"The Cherub Look" Aienta for Atlas Vas Llnaa Inc. 1963 CHEVROLET 811. CY S-1710 IM,,.,IIht. --IIALTY- Out of Stata owner

Curly and SweetA serving aU SO atataa. I..TJ' GREENBRIER WAGON ALUMINUMSCREEN 11-1'011. 12 : LdF' .. CO 443R Ul A,.. D, KB

La Shirley Temple 1M2 OLDSMOBILE t aanw I1.TJ'
((6)) Special Services PASSENGER WAGON I Piano Tuning & Repair I M.YEAR LOANS

FASHION NCtX)8URB: AWN- s LOW INTEREST RATES ....... I Ala.rta. Zealtelii.

WAVE WAGON Icop.nienced reaLists toehn'rl.n.P..tI.I"rUon E hcre'i why we haves
ALTERATIONS Blind .5(inked Sib St., SW. ll".'. 11 .u.rul..d FRKI *
modern equipment. M10 Hickory ESTIMATES For appoIntment = superior service.I Large, clean 4 tulle apartnenCompletely .
(permanent) NTT. CY ..1* tin. EdnSchoamr. 1961 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE phone _IM9S. Donald R. Jon... FREE LOT furnlihed. Owner
14-1'011. 32 WAGON TELEVISION SERVICE 1381 16th IL, NW. 17-F.b. 21 ( ) Insurance company =
= fund which provide = will finance .
SERVICE Income Tax Fhona a inortgiga loan money GENE COOPER. Be,. Broiler
complete CY 4-UW. 1111 ..... F NWaMar. "88" WAGON STARUTB! Home Improvements at lower Interest = 2 bath, air conditioned
a TELEVISION PERVICIDay : boma. Call Like Alfred I7MSU
I960 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN 4 Nit. TV S rrlca- E ratea. E

161 Sod 8t, SW CY wm Painting Window k Sera.Repair. .. E (2) Savings! tt loan fundi E JOE BRANDENBURG IMF

A? TEAK IS TOUR BEST INCOMB prepared TAX SERVICB my offIce! Returns oryour. 1960 OLDSMOBILE SUPER Open I.AII.4 P.M. S-TF . r.rprntry E offering terms at E Halnai City 4223076FOR
., or In your horn by appolnm ..- WAGON After I.00 p.m. W34S33.i E long ai 2ttt pearl s 6-12 110 LAKE ROT on Chain wry
BEAUTY WALK .nt ".00 up. Phone ITMOM. 444 E and our loin costs = dn.lrabl* location, lovely CB hnma,

HEARING AIDS E are Invitingly attrtcE t-bxdroom., I Ill, bath. Every
S Havendale CY STiltKXZP WAJUEHOUSE/STOItAOB! SPACES Plnckney TREE SERVICE EE iAI.B!! Xlfla Ran,. Area room .purloin. Large wended lot
E tlva. .
Unite I 11" s 51050 month Modern I bedroom homes 1 and ,,.. Owner will wll or IMUMI
: four a.rlmman tn touch hI I at., 111 M; ':2i Winter Harm Oldsmobile POLK: HCARDO CENTER (3) FHA and VA rnortf E Iris' Down ISO par month Air eondlllonwL CY 1-74U. U-ll

with all the Hometown H.... by Boat Storai. 42nl: 8u..t. NW. Cok.r Bld(. .5 SrI BU NW TRIMMINO (CAVITY CBMOSS1NO f cage money at lowE CY 1-0014. 4-TF .
1 panduu him th. Winter Harm CY I42M.: 11-1".. 11 Phone SOI-lMl RE-8H.TTLNO = .
Used Car Lot CAlLING tit bill mortgage ON MUm OF TAKER N. 4
I E llrN.....CUat. Bparlal rot.. SALES ShRVICBREPAUS Compl.t. rk.n-up Pros Jtatimtee. i bedroom a bath home ., W
I ifnoothi SIM Call CY t-2111 now.. INCOME TAX RETURNS MAD : Call LUIUtS TREB BrHVlCBY loan costs.e r CHAIN OF LAKES screened porch douhl. carport.dock.
"" oil,. Flla' early for quick nfund. H 1:. Comer of 3rd St. at the .4TTIUUU,6oTI' "' 831. 11-M.r. 11 West side 'Uk Elolmi rlnnvar
Pollard 741 Carroll .,.. Phone water tower. ; thit'i why more and Retirement fliherman'i dream., Road CY M740 CT frOMl. JTFIIIIIIMIIIMMIIMMIIIIIIIIIIimillllll
-Fab. II
CY a-l73t. - - -
CLASSiFIED DISPLAY PboM CT 1-7S4T S'IOA : more people seeking pro- = Land into waters edge. Prtctl

Winter Harm Drafting Co. I------c-- i perty ii&anclng usa tally new home. 2 extra large
All trp. Commercial 11
BRi beautiful kitchen with

J..J, I "- RMldmtlal...I&CUOII OuaraatMd drafting. (10)) Articles For Sale ( ) Boats & Motors i Town & Country Is birch cabInets, 2 til'bathi. natural '.- | Lake Front |

---- I Draws Bldf. CY t-1431 (8-A) Business Property Mortgage Corp One extra room can be a

......-...- I-TF ROLLAWAT BEDS Baby Beds 14 ft Ski Best IS HP Johnson motor used at home office or workshop Close ToSchools I
HighchaIr Chala Bawa and tr lW, ExetUtnt condilion. I -Since 1960- with aeparite bath. Enclosed -

9NlHr Watch mJnralrf d WIED: YOtm OROVB PRUNED' For Sale Or Lease Floor roUnhtra U. DO IT |300.00. 19MMI.: : 11-11 :5 I7T Mmnolla CV 5liltnIIIIllIllIlIlllIllllIIlIllIIlIIIIlIllIlIi25:E garage. Pump in Uk |
Call CT 1-1267. Will contract by RENTALS 1601
for Irrigation. Located at 1400

IT-Feb. 17 ma Wa use alKtrM pole .21-17 w.. With Option To Buy LOWRY ORG&I'f' 1tI2'7.. 10.1. (I I-AJ) For Rent, Unf. .T. N. Lake Shlpp Dr. Shown b1; | Larg grounds lirge gs ::

appointment home five bedroom.;::

Excellent bualmta or com S.mplM chaise, labl -s threa baths, dining room, Eden
ALCOROLtrS ANONYXOU1 ((6-A) Animals & Supplies ncroial property. Prime cer .a, lumpi, .t':1: Os up S-BEDROOM CB bourn for I nL14M (13)) Real Estate For Sale EDNA WATSONREALTOR s living room with
:241447JKwtlnjtt. Tenon. WarrhnuM Furniture 553cc.' NO! Ith St. 17600 monthW4J68J. =
PLUS Florida
t1'a11ocatJon railroad with fireplace
Tu.ed.,. I:II PIt.County near 12 Ith Bt, NW. 11-17 M-TF ,
Stealth ZHpartmimt PEDIORrB! Miniature plnrher pupocll..2 loading It unloading facUlties : room.
led Bt and AT.. D, NW Und It., 3W. Phona Rear access alley. Completely USED!: REFRIGERATORS: . S-BEDROOM unfumlih.il hon..' and Trade In 2S (tb Et, NW CY 4-4141 -
PO. Boa lOia e-u fenced with Ranges Wa.lwra Dry... apartment.. 10600 and $IB 00 i Price Reduced If
storage rack rrMun TV lets StereoS Aim fumlehed rental. ATKINS .12.
PUPPIES II.,. Chlhuahuaa, Adaptable for many biulneiiea Air Condition. Racondt- REAL ESTATE: CY 4-1111 No Qualifying
Ite,. PekIngese. M Inl.ture Va,,'"- Cloned fully uarantaad Trrma. 11.r.b. 11 f To: $23,000.00 |
((-A) Instructions P- See at S4S Ills St., S.W. then
shoed,, R> Whit miniature
> From 1215 A Up. JOHNSON 1 Bedroom, If. utility, Bolll BY OWNER, Ideal retlremen
dl., Jfonk.ya, Parrnta Tropic call or writ AFPUANCr lake Alfred homa. 1 bedroom., fireplace E Many extra features for S
lih Complete Sins of pole tPM FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO In kitchen only ONE YEAR .
Phone 173-1131 Nit. ri-UM: creened porch, garage euro '
I FOR an types of bualn M eoun, Ruppllr. at DOTY FARM P. O. Box 10337 la-rr BUY S-Bidroom, 1-hmh houmwith lo.a-ln 'los qulaala. = the active family. FOR, =
Bwntarlal. Accounting lARDKIt SUPPLY, 29$ Sib ItSW. O.R:. built-in". IW.00 per OLD. FH.A. Financed, 7900 ;o'kf.rlc'
I majoring IB call l2-l. Ft Lauderdale, 31.. month with 60* appll" atalnut Phona 4-U s AN APPOINTMENT TO s
Typing IBM k.ypunch. 545-2024 WITH tiurch.u of Blue Lu.tr down pavmMit. McELROY BUII.rvERS. per morbh = SEE 345 W. Lake Elbert =
WINTER HAVEN BUatNlCOLIpGg rent Electric Carpal Phamptoterfor 4-41M.: ll-TF SA VII SAVE cAVIl
b,. ofBca only, II.((10 day. John Bcil.ndHardwara. built-in kitrhitn = Call:
:lK-1188, or com. 9-14 par By Ownxr. S-b droom
43J Avenue B, NW. :-F.b. U ((7)) To Buy or Trade 10-U Se Allen Dowd at Tract office! dining ana, large lining isc
LOOK 26th St. and Ave. A, SW room, Urraim floor, "; ,. utility i GERTRUDE BRYAN |:
W a 40- STORE I ROOMS of floe furniture, ".ke N.w an brick, l-b droom.balh room, carport Lot 75' S 124.
Wanted and furnltura nor Cyprau Car over paymrnta of IIII pr w..k. horns In qultt .uburban neighbor" Routhw.it Portion |on no down Mtea Sun. CY J-0550 '
1(2) WB d
( Help BUY Oi appllaneaa
) : Ineluded
.rIdhOrnl'n hood Built-in kltrh.n 21" TV ..
and wa sell seed appllane n> Hnw.U a OlaMlowiira Including re'rI.rato A rani..Ik. T-30 JOHN G. WOOD .um. mortf.f. $13,100. Phonn
Call CY 34250.
WarehmiM FurnIture 2113-H22. II-II
.. and furaltur. Brook. ApplianceS T.rruM floor, air e..n now
EXPERIENCED w.lt,... from *> 4> Funltura. Ml Haruulala *... Shoed, heat pump. CY -7MI.. U-ll Sale.. tl Ith ..., MW. 11-17 ASSOC. Inc.
IS. Must ba n..t Apply In PC- l-TF FOR RENTl rnfurnl.d 1-hal. I TOWN t, COUNTRY !
NEW at 1MI American rducatnr Call
hou. In Lak* Ida.
P room A Wonderful :
M An.
vw.Inns,. Chen I Raataurani. ilifOPEN CASH FOR ORANGES ORAPB-! ((9)) Business Opportunity Encyclopedia, and 10 World Famoua.Mica. after COO p m. CY "' 714. 11-11 Developers Builders i ?77Mooifll ?
FRUIT. Ona tree or mon. I.iceneod CY a-MU. Vary rein-n. B f
IN WINTER HAVEN D al.r. T.Uphona CY .bl.. 11-11 n..1111m 317 none M3I30J Place To Live 3'Il4$ LaitLLLdUWULB) J
Eitabll.h aU white Ufa Insurance I-47M after 1.00 p tn. t-U FOR BALD Body Shop, Equipment DAVENPORT with matchUif chair.Rtanonabl. IV month Days 303-3019 9-13 niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirl
debit acncy. No r'Ie"1: ra With I..... Phon. Auburn- prlca la enosliont : I-M1I.. 10-11 I
flulrtd. II w.#ka t 00 date WO 7-1UO 3M1MOTEL ,..
: .
condition. 10U Ara. 0, NBESTINOHOUIIB c" Oardiai Area 8&:12
pen wwk whlla tralnlnf. Quality 181) Automotive 293-IP1L 5-64 o cation.: m.rrl.d an 34 to 40. MO II tmtta. ( y'.n oIL tAREPBONT LOT Down Paymant. 1-b.dmom., Batw.an S lak.a. Hoots hai anllqua .-
dutrlct cities In Lakeland 170,000 = (11000 B.M 54- nfrlfirator( a I ftory hou.. Uk. Buck.T. !)r. Florida room acr..n.d porch,
W4M betwoea I 00 ann.Friday and T i-ll 00 1M1 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. S Cyt. CAllus In Winter" Bann oa.CY 4379. r" ft. Exc.ll.nt condlUon. |MOO. PloyS and refrigerator furnl.hud ullt-ln oven and ,.n,.. True lak- brick\ front I budroomf, I I(1 4-A) Lots & Acreage
,.m. Monday through AT.. h.at r |10M 1-TF M3-H4. 11-17 Silo OIl a month. Daya call rant, no road between horn andlab tIle bath, Fla. room kltch.n with
ROUTE SALESMAN wanted. Age 1911 PLYMOUTH VS.Auto. CY S-734L 11-11 .. 9Wit! South Uk. Deer DiCV -. built-in., lot. of cabinet. T largacloiMit.
35 to W CommlMlon plus company Trana. ..___ |34S COMMERCIAL LOT on hIghway. .la FOR PALl comfortable CiinhloMdwrouitht InnH 1-8771 aStir 4 00 pm. S-TF 1.. larrano noon, sliding RESIDENTIAL LOT cloie-
spring courh. -
brntm. Group LIU. Accident 157 DODGECuntom Royal 1 Jtkm AKrad. Uood location for coin .JlICDROOJI 110"'. .lortrlo ceiling .. In, corner, S4 6 n. front.
Apply laundry, .ho. repaIr .hop swap Iron chain 11100 each |U doora Into patio' Garage, I In a
and Health Ratln-mnit I d,. HT. Auta. Trana. I Blond. d*.k and chair MlMtallan-( hoot. R.s.onable, 1011 BRAND block of fine born..
Bordani Dairy, 44 Sale Wire 1W JUtH ___.. ._, ... .. f*' ..hop. send. II'can sM*, lira bulldlnr.hop. started Mnrlc.allon. ...... artlcl.1 Phone Mt-ltM. 11-14 NW 290-3247. 4..iJ.1'i orange traaa. Owner tran.rerrtdout
,. Fla.
Del Lak land. of state Wanla quirk sale
SIO DODGE H ton Pick-up 1171 clip Rarrlflca. fR t-W1
1 bedroom borne
and Saturday HAMVOXD-I' carp CAM Laka 'Jd Malty. 7-11 'HILCO rh. t trurttr. |'It( '5. K'Urlnalnr IV* bath for only 131.000 T.rmi If desired
WAITRESS nlta Alan Friday man to park: earn. 1440 A.... E. SW Winter Steven rvfrlimrator* 12415 1M3. ((12)) For Rent Fume Built-In range, all electric. Immediate A pair of fin. lots close to
One bartaadtr ..adad 1'110" FR CY 1-4864 Pay; CY UK" 3'ORRENT Bar at Rorh.lla AIM Zenith II Portable TV. TamuILLSWORTH. occupancy. $300 Down Beasley Realty Co. "HOPE" Preibyterlan Church.
"II 711I.M kltrhvn. Good olnf bu.I.... alrdy a-l4M.: 1>I4
M407. eg.M I Open to offer.INDUSTRIAL.
Iniulra M Rochtlla or rail $ per month.
IN lib SI. loW CY HTM
MAN or woman for ........ ta house OLDdMOBILE Super ".... p... FR 1-H07. a14tTSTSt'AL QUality r.eondltlnn m>n'. work
and telephone nnyty. WrIte foci rondltlon.I All powr. n wra. uniform. Not pn-park.cd, S.a EXCLUSIVE Call Jerry Mardli CY 41211 or LOVELY LARGD l Bedroom Span.
Boo -I N.wa<::f aladdr C u Make off.r. CY 10-11 what you buy. All nines and colon B Uh Type home Cypraia Gai I Id. : lot en 42nd NW.
) IIS Ave.Aoburodsl.
hon-: OPPOBTt'JlomESrran..ht. SItS p.r nit. Armna
eons.It>a, aumbar .spe 11-11 1156 PLYMOUTH S Doer Coup.. ., ., from.. Cootinental : RENTALS DAN INTERS .". Ar.a. Florida. Room C'ntralH.at ]Nearly an acre. Of eleven such
asp alaMO CY S40II. IMF
VI. Slit Traumlulon. mew upholeteny __,. Bait Builn'M Cas Co. IlTINGLEXIO' CY J1433 t tracts this one 01117 remalnaavailable.

CLASSIFIED DISPLAYSERVICEMAN 1-44 rubbar. Good condition.12-14 CYS Franchise _, No Smoking PUU 1 bedroot'l turn. 110m.. Intel 4TF I .

l AUSTIN IIF.ALY Rtadeter Dooo ..lrl.t...... a banded Furnished partments I A 1 bedrooms. .
(lu>.. Knock off whMU HOUO Phone ttI>- rrnlnj. ItI-tT" | j jNO. ZOO ft. Lake Pierce frontage
mil.a. Sliver blua blank Inl.rior. (B..n Good opportunity wIth .Ik. .... Can C. n Kennedy, CY 11-TF 7: CUT I S bedroom home |ioo with white und beach and a

leading Pent Control! Or- 142. NHhta CT MMi. 11-11 An aaaravlnj ., a Una ] 1 I bedroom S bath home, FlaS Every room In this S bed.I:flowing well

ganiiation. Previous route I ia
experience helpful but net mil.. By o.n.r. Ltkt n>w1W4 uiuelly I tn m.t.f. which It 4 bedroom 178 king aize Including the OTHERS
1 1' sued 'la I I.Herpr.ii
with CY 1-1821 printlofl. | ICE Florida room and screened -
nocoiiary. Applicant 13 cii. ft Caa refrigerator. y.llow frab.bV I d.Iv.d I teens i i"waaJcuf" AU the usual things found In S porch location
ConvertIble.l.au exceptional -
neat IPPllr.ncllniti.tlv.end COMET Callouts left hand door. Good conditionISO : which .. tha BEASLEY REALTY CO.
thin lIMO mIle.. Can ba ft- .00. CY 1-3804. 1-14 [ bedroom 2 bath home" plus aFlorida In Southeast school VAN DUYNE
willingneii to work nanc.4. |3IM 00 CY a4 ar can way plctvrai w.ra rear-- an Mb SI., W with fireplace,

can advance within our ba Men at 22SI ..... C. BW. U-14 BED table I COMPLETE and rocker: .and. miM.ll.no-52500.( oak doted la. the aarly >.yi afprinting. CT H747 af CY S-M7I M-tf Flair range room, duhwiiher, diioul. dutrlct.been ed:: 41toblil',Just. I!Real Estate Ins.

erganiiatlen. Good Incentive SPEEDOMETER! Tachometer. on.., 125 on 2 tibIa lamp. 17 00. air conditioner and Terms are available. I 71 W. Central 2U-41U
17" portable TelevisIon. 2(1-131: ROOM FOR RENT for the
pay arrangement. Complete aervtea and new tablet with bath drap" Hobby Shop

Broad] program of employee L I aarvlca. W Ilk It. l-TF'W. 10-11 North Lady Gate or working Shopping.girl CY. CI.... :to puttererl $22,900.WAKKCN LEIS BROS. 12-14

benefit Age 21. CT 442H. RUBBER STAMPS For chactindorMinent K)2J5Ml -
35. Only applicant who U condition TON FORD 1371(0 pick-up.\ CY MflL. Excellent U-14 other purpoa ., ,S. algnatura. alao dating* FURNISHED tired .",.rtm.nt. l YrRb ARDfNSeat. KOe Ilk 81., NW S ACREU LAKE: Lakefront JULIANA d.ep well

. .
withstand thorough tamp. 5.535 pocket.t.mps sue or 3-b.droom.. 114 Ana. C
can electricity barn IHOUOC.
STAR PRRfta Pbona CY NE CSf ? EttnJePl.n4JI6S' (Opposite North Gate)
Apt No. 4 Day phona .
f. MuCOMIC, Broker"
Investigation need app''?. SAVB BAVBMI 1221. Ill Ava. A. MW. Tt *
For Appointment LaMana Sport. Coup Sharp 23-14 .14MOICB
In app ......... A-l condition Prlraany USED TV BET8! Aa la. Taka A $ua. 2M-BS2 -
Telephone CY 4-3201 at .,.&1.,. thou coma ... m.. your pick. 10.00 ....... JohnvmAppUaaca. 161 __., .. Jt4.UZf \ FIIRNIRHED 4 Rmtata. Pen-oval SECKEL Realtor
Boa*. Uk AUrad. S72-ll3a p.r round ATIIERT 'f C JtrSfDENTIAL: LOT
Sale LikenS M aa Duvda* a*
RULTY. t4l W. ... y
.1.3 S a-ir: .12. CypraH Gardens Road. OwnerfNednetdey.
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? : Save At A&P! "Super-Right" Short Shank Fully (Whole or Half Lb 49c Center Slices Lb. 89c)

a .)");:',:;,Cooked Ham Portion Shank .39




2-3 Lb. Avg. Pkg. LB "

New Lew Prlett on Coast to CoasTWINES Save At A&P! "SUPER-RIGHT" LAMB SALE! !


ROSE Lb. Rib Chops. .190)! LB. 39( LOIN 990 LB.

or MAKE F I $ H More Money Savers
Social!Whin House Instant Nen-fat .
FmM Frank PrM "Super-Right"Extra Loan Freshly
Jekn Quick
DRY MILK ......., 8 ft: 59c C.r'FISH STICKS ............. 3$1100: LEAN MEATY
Special I Ann PoqtMAYONNAISE / White Flaky SlleWHALIBUT n.
.....,?:; 49c STEAKS .............. lk. 55c SPARERIBS C
Special! ASP SPANISH MACKEREL ....... u. 25c LB. 3 5
Air.Whtto Beauty; HEADLESS SHRIMP .......... Lit. 7ge .
.. 3 G. 49c M ,
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Stew 2! 61 c 2 2,9;
tveYPen hood threupA Id. feb. 1{ 't Sa.I.
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STAMPS ... ? F, Save 6c Save 14rI
I AlP W"fh.rp' I.eA"C..tI.r. end Wadgauroh d 611 LIS. 49/ a
I i Cheese. 1k,14cdea. w -.
I I Lauren peed threuph. t LN'; 1st. feb. +k LONG WHITE LB.-39c L EIGHTS I-LBIAG, 3.L., lAG
... ........mm_. ._ .I. O 1 O'CIOtC 1LY ee.erleIaunen
: :: POTATOES 25Lb. Bag 89 eus
I so&blSTAMPS; ; C C O ff, E fTc $157
I With th;. IOU''ft end Iurohale ,f ROSE BUSHES . EA. 89 I . EA. 1
Del M.Mi LIht Meat CHUNK
Tuna 3 k;:: $100Jell. \
I Caupen .eel through Lt ,1. Special: All Flavors A&P Green Peas I A&P Beets "S"A&P
..........._--_......_.__..._._..-' MARVEL ICE
Peeled Apricots I lona Cut Green Beans

i $ pg C R E A M A&P Whole Green Beans I lona Golden Corn Vmif

Wlth.Ihie eeupon end /urahw e/ BAGSCeupen

Mn.l.Corn "ell.Oil t.11.14::;: 93e. 1 z rN, 49 4 ciiNi 89? CANS 89?

t peed threuph Nt.::: ,1. .... ?{;:::;;.:.::..................'w:. :.v:. ................... ... .riri:5}:'.r....;.::r: .
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With thl .upon and purehno. oftetty / e Jan Parker
Crackw l.tHnt M ik4" t; Freshly BakedHot
Potatoes t,7 35c Cross Buns r/ .7,370
Coupon good ue. t.11.14 tt. Fob 11. Special! Jane Parker
I ::::; V Glazed Donuts ... .m le. 39c
:::: : : Jam
Brown N'Serve
&bI French Rolls ,,,,, 2 n((. 39c
25 STAMPSWith TUDOR r'T Sew Oelr P E1 'St>mns then h. tkh SnfllMiiiom. M 1-.4
.. e t Foe G11h FilsMr k '
Mo ur.h. fJ BEER ALE CORN ;:
.Len !+e ,...
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