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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 14, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief





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The City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Reedit First In The, News.Chief"-.Girus! Capital Of The World



VOL. 53-No. I 117 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBIJUA PRICE FIVE CENTS ,





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WISHES, Federal Grant Of $200,000





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U.S. Of Having receive Winter$200.000 Haven Hospitalwill from a


federal (taxpayers) grant, according

Man In CustodyMOSCOW to a telegram received
this morning at the office of

Melvin J. Arnold, administrator.The .
UPI-The Soviet .
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reads fol.
telegram at
Union has accused the United :
low; "We are pleased to advise .
States of Soviet disarmament
kidnaping i i't that the Florida Develop
delegate Yurl No.. M m'tr
ment Commission today
4 ap
senko informed
Soviet sources
said today. proved a Federal grant of

The Soviets branded the alleged $200,000 to assist In the cost of

kidnaping a serious threatto expanding the diagnostic and
SPECIAL GREETING FROM THI GARDENS AND A QUEEN the Geneva dlsarmamen treatment area of the Winter

She's Lovely Sue Scarbrough, Florida Citrus Queen conference.The Haven Hospital, !signed Wen.
sources said the charge dell Jarrard, ch.lrman.dlrec.
was contained in a bole deliv tor Florida Development Commission
16 Admits Rotarians Hear ered by Soviet Ambassador An r ."
Boy atoll Dobrynln to U.S. Secretary 4 A In order to obtain this moneyIt
of State Dean Rusk in will be necessary for the

Washington on Wednesday.At community to raise an equal
Lenfestey On the same time, the U.S. amount.
Jewelry Theft Embassy!: announced tonight Over the years there have
: that Foreign Minister Andre been certain sums )given the
Gromyko had summoned Ambassador hospital which have been ear

A 16-year-old Winter Raven It was first believed two teen. Junior College Foy Kohler to the marked for just such an occasion.
I Foreign Ministry building in These sums are nowherenear
boy, taken in custody Wednesday r agers were Involved In the -
by the detective division downtown Moscow to discuss the total figure fiat will
of the Winter Haven Police Department Monday afternoon burglary in Dr Fred Lenfestey of Win. the Nossenko cane The embassy have to be raised, but do help
j downtown Winter Haven. UNITED FUND OFF AND RUNNING Jack! McKay right Tamp Electric,
hat admitted to the Mrs. featured would not elaborate. presents with the future program.
ter Haven
theft of $800 In watches and I Ruth Rut, clerk In the store speaker atyesterday's According to the sources, the Co.'. United Givers Fund contribution to Merrill Grafton, chairman of the Chapter Units Realizing that the hospital

i,rings from the Edcnfleld Jewel. at the time of the theft, told Rotary Club meetIng Soviet government is considerIng Division, as W, L. Whitley, vice chairman, looks en. The Tampa Electric contribution was would have to make some expansion .
iry Store, located In the Phillips i investigating officers she saw I at the Haven Hotel, cited the possibility of recalling $3,150, five per cent larger than hit year's to meet increased needs of UF a9esci.n.A' In the near future the
two sets of statistics how IU disarmament delegatloronltb. Board hired Everett W Jones
(Professional Building on W. that S. ] ? : '
,- twt )boya in the stp/e shorjljt.: pruring'iwH'fW'jmflorcolleges. '" '" Jr 1 Ft Mftrt sch'expert on hospital .
Ave.Shotgun. the Geulfsa lkf't1J1Cr :
Central -
... before the ')*o'witches' and fya progreii. t1trus 1nWFundCountdown/ planning and community
eight fraternal rings were discovered The reported Soviet protest! Bigamy For surveying to prepare statistics
Dr. Lrnfesty, president of the note to Washington marked the for the Winter Haven area
Pellets missing. i new Polk Junior College, laic first diplomatic action aimed This week the complete survey .
According to police, the two that In 1900 only 12 per rent 01 directly at the United States \ was delivered to Arnold and

boys looked around and then our population graduated frcm which up to now the Kremlin Here On March 13thBy will be presented to the Board
left. The year-old youth re high school and only three- had refrained from attacking members next Tuesday The
Injure Seven tenths of one per cent went to Board will then take the matter
turned and pocketed the mer directly In the Nossenko ease.
I college. It confirmed diplomatic Begins TodayThe under advisement and a study
speculation JACK GURNETT It then revealed the .
was
chandise. The other boy had no Today, In striking contrast, TOper here that the Nossenko regular will be made within a few weeksto
knowledge of the theft and bas cent graduate from high affair had the earmarks of a The Florid. Citrus Reporter meeting of the Fresh Citrus determine what can be done
At State FairTAMPA been released. school and 61 per cent go on major International Incident Winter Haven will be the Shippers had already been United Givers Fund-Red about the local situation.

A tip to the police department to some form of higher educa and would affect Washington- center of citrus attention on set by President John T, Lesley Cross Campaign went Into the "We fully realize that there
provided them with the I tlon. Moscow relation Friday, March 13. for the Florida Cinners Association critical phase today with a are times when oar hospital li
UPI-A boy's identification. He will be He also pointed out that the training and orientation school Inadequate and considering the
( toy cannon The Soviet Union aimed at Besides being AgriculturalDay Auditorium| for that
pulled by a Rebel soldier in ttorchlit referred to the juvenile court. I pre war trend of having to "get First protest at Switzerland Feb. at the Florida Citrus Exposition same morning for the the Chapter Units Division growth that la going to come to
on the train and go off Into the key men In the business this area plans must be made
12 In a note delivered to the with Gov. Farrls Warren Savant, eainers administrative
sprayed a chargeof and Industry solicitation heldIn
parade distance" to college has completely and executed to care for the
Swiss embassy here. Bryant making his official visIt chief, sail arrangements .
Sponsors Today there the Tampa Electric Co. Lela "
Into a Fairgrounds SoughtFor chanced. future said
shotgun pellets W E.!: Rynerson,
are more students who "live at Although the contents of this it will be marked by a could be madl for both ure Room under the direction president of the Board.
grandstand Thursday Little Miss home and commute to college (Continued -on Page 6, Col.) meeting of the Florida Citrus I.tberlnu-ponlbly {sing the of the chairman this dlvsion. .
Bight, Injuring seven people. than live on college campuses Commission to be held In Win. Teen Center | .

One of those struck, Mildred Contest Here ," Dr Lenfestey said. ter Haven, and by the regular Obviously showing jpnfidcnce lie is Merrill Grafton, vie 20 NominatedFor
Plenty, 66, was hospitalized with Last year 81 Pcniacola area Records Set meeting of the Florida Fresh In the Florida Cltras Expo president of State Farm Insurance .
In her leg but Merchants wishing to sponsor students In other colleges came Citrus Shippers Association sitlon and Its missies) to pro. Companies. He out.
numerous pellets a girl In the Little Miss Winter back to the city and entered Since March 13 would be the mote Florida Citrut in all lined plant and procedures to
Tampa General Hospital report. Haven contest on March 20 were Pensacola Junior College, said regular day for the commission forms, the commhutn unanimously the volunteer workers who will CofC BoardTwenty
ed her condition as good and asked today to get In touch with I,I Dr. Lenfestey who was vice In Polk In 1963Polk to meet, Chairman Sam confirmed a flor commitment conduct this massive drive on

laid six others who were bit Mrs. Larry Tucker, chairman I president there before taking Banks, at yesterday's meetingIn to pay for the extra Tuesday, Feb 25, when United
were treated and released. Mrs. Tucker and other Jay over the presidency of Polk Lakeland, reluctant to depart expenses of moving tl* "Queen Givers stages Us one.day blitz
cettes will also contact merchants Junior College. "All their County Jobless dipped from the routine day For A Day" show he< for Exposition campaign. business men were
Police were still trying to I In the next few days. friends were going to the Pen. to the lowest in nearly two which seems to suit most memo week. Assisting Grafton were W L. nominated for two year terms
determine exactly what happe I The fee Is $10. Sponsors will sacola college. years In December and non tiers, got the suggestion that The commission WK told the Whitley, vice chairman, and on the Winter Haven Chamber
ned. They held the man belle- be assigned a contestant unless "You may be wondering how farm. employment reached an inasmuch as all 12 commissioners ABC show, one of ti > oldeston Clarence Weaver executive dl. of Commerce board of directors -
Ted to have fired the miniature they have a preference much It will cost the students," all time record 60100, which would be coming to the air-first on 4dlo and rector of the Fund. during a meeting last
Proceeds 11'111'0 into the Jaycee the president said "The cost was 2,300 more than were Winter Haven for the gover then on TV-would i' taped Also present were Andrew night.:
cannon for questioning but no treasury for projects conducted will probably not be over $75 working In December a year nor's luncheon the session beset I for national showing er-but Ireland president of United A ballot will be mailed to all

charges were filed. lIe was not by that organization durIng tuition and $35 for books per ago.Also for 9:30 or 10 a.m., and I each day'i tapes viild be Givers Fund, and William Ra members on March 1, and the
Identified.The the year. (Continued on Page 6, CoL I) setting new marks In held her. (Continued on Page jCol. 1)) ley, general chairman of thllyear'l first 10 elected will become.
I 963 were bank deposits, sales campaignSaid members of the board of directors
loaded
evidently
cannon,
axet reflecting retail business "The countdown on April 2.Nomln.tt'd .
accidentally with a live shotgun and construction Rally: were: J. B. AnIcrson .
Polk
Toastmasers stands at
Imperial now one week plus
shell, was being pulled beside The year-end report by : four' days. Everything Is Go Marlow Z. Baxter; Wil-

a Confederate float, detectives George M. Simmons, managerof Your organization Is all let and lam A. Berry Jack Brown,
annual the Florida State Employ. we are ready to raise $148,434," A. B. Connor, Tom Comef?WII-
the
said as Gaspa- ment Service In Winter Haven, lard Frederick, Dr. George
Hold
Special Ladies Thlf is the goal I In the 1964
rilla torchlight parade wound Nit
also showed that the average drive, five per cent higher than Graf, E. N. Griner, Arthurlarrls.
from downtown Tampa Into the
number working throughout Glen Slicks Jerry Left-
the total raised last .
year.
State Fairgrounds.It 1963 was the highest for any The Imperial Polk Toattmas- audience that "aquan charac In recognition of the expanded wick Carl Lucius, Otto C. Plan .
was fired in front of therandlland. year except 1962, despite the tern entertained the ladles, ters" had gotten hold 4 words quota this year to meet the I !, W E. Rynerson, Pete
I I citrus freeze nominated a slate of officers and twisted their meaiBgs. "A needs of the 18 agencies, Grafton Spencer, Edna Watson, W. L.
The parade was a recreationof The average monthly employment for the coming year, and pre. square deal no longrt means today was presented a Whitley, Ruthelcd B Wolter,
the Monday daytime pirate In 1963 was 53,100, compared sented three of the finest giving a person a squrj deal.A I check for $3.150 by Jack Mc. I and Glen Woten.President.
parade kicking off Tampa's annual with 13,600 the year be. speakers in the area during a square is one whohrllevei Kay, district superintendent of !

Gasparllla Festival, a weeklong q"S fore, or only 500 len, despite special Ladles Night meetingat In decency and gets coked up I Tampa Electric! Co., which was May
celebration commemorating the fact that the citrus processIng the Haven Hotel last night when he heart the flierlcan I
Tampa's fall to the pirate I operations were greatly The (Continued On Page 6 Col. 2)
Er nominating committeeuanimously (Continued on Paget fcol 2),I Blast First
Jose Caspar. ,I curtailed when the freeze in approved the telec-
Marchers and "pirates" riding mid.season wiped out virtually ion of Oscar Smith for a full ta Hole For Canal
the floats fired simulated muskets ball the crop.Average term as president. Smith is
and muzzle.loaded pistols to } { monthly employ. currently filling out the officeof
add color to the march, but all ment last year was 1.500 more president left vacant when JACKSONVILLE (UPI -
were loaded with blanks and .,. than In 1961, and almost 13,000 Dr. J, R. Woollen moved out President Johnson may push a
aimed skyward.Fruit more than it was 10 years ago. of the area. Other officers nom button later this month and blast
t. Deponte! reported by the mated were: Franklin Attklt- the first hole for the Florida
trj ounty'a IS banks and seven ion, vice president; James Ta- rosi.state canal.
Shipments savings and loan associations tum, educational vice president Gov. Furls Bryant said
reached an all.time high of $333 ; Paul Pettigrew. aecre- Thursday he hat urged the Pre-
Dally carloadlngt (In boxes) million at the end of the year tary; Hugh Glenn, treasurer; 'Ident 'to.take part In ground
from the Fruit and Vegetable This was $36 million more than and Earl Ford, sergeant breaking ceremonies near the
Inspection Divt.tonrBy .t the end of 1962, or an In. arms oadheaver Boys Ranch south
rail 27,943 grapefruit, 10. rease of 13 per cent, and $G6 Paul Pettigrew won the co welt of Palatka later this month
120 oranges, 807 tangerines, 2., million more than the 1961 veted "Mr. Speaky" for his The Army Corps of Engineer
744 temples, 1,147 nurcotts, 73 yearend deports. talk on "Society of Squares." warded the first contracts for
tangelos; by truck. 71,343 grape- Sales tax collections likewiseset Pettijrew began hit speech the canal Thursday and a.ldthe
fruit. 22,452 oranges, 242 tangerines a new mark of IS.I millionfor with "Me first, you .second and President had Indicated h.will .
14,585 temples, 4,423 mur- the year compared with God third." He did a complete attend the groundbreaking
cottar total M.286 grapefruit, $54 million the year before, a turnabout In his closing remarks rognm.
82.572 oranges, 1,049 tangerines, seven per cent Increase and by saying "God first,, The Corps awarded Tidewater
17,331 templet, 5,570 nurcotta, $5.2 million during each of the I "
you second, me third. I Dredging Co., of Metarle, La., a798.57J
71 tangelos for a shipping total two previous years. He discussed the present day .Ji $ contract for a six mile
THE BEATLES HAVE TAKEN OVER--Not since Elvis
of boxes Issued !In the '
155.S81 Building permits
thinking cf in the
people United land cut southwest of Palatka.
Cannery r e e .1 p 11, 149,513 Prettey has this country gone so far off Its rocker, Winter five principal cater hit a record States and the changea that I MR. SPEAKY':n by Paul Pettigrew at last night's ParkblU.Coodloe Co. of Jackson-
grapefruit Havenit Jim McConnell looks a bit shook at he encounters total of $115 million In construction of .al Polk
352,252 oranges, 753 up have taken place since the daysof meeting the lmp Toastmasters et the Haven vllle received a $22t,760 eon
tangerines for a cannery total one during a coffee break. The Beatle )It Bob the bulk of It nom George Washington and ] Hotel. Franklin AH t son, left, presented the trophy to tract for a one mile dredging
,eI 802,311 bows. Robbins looking not a little like the real thing. I (Continued on Page *, CoL J) Nathan Hale Pcttifrcw 1 told bit Pettigraw for hit wining_ talk on "Vanishing Square." Job



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e Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Friday, FeSruery 11. 1964




Unitarian At Science Weslwood Club TECO Proposes Betancourt Winner In MayBe School Crash Scout Scheduled Exhibits For 'Gitmo' Water Plant Is Set I


WASHINGTON (UPIThe Navy Secretary Paul H. Nitre
Holds MeetingThe Venezuela Race North GateThe which told Congress the project it expected
Nuclear Suits FiledIn Navy says that a plant
Will Hear Study to cost $10.T million and
Weslwood Junior HighSchoolnJotilor CARACAS, Venezuela (UPI) famous Indian dance can desalt 14 million gallonsof Involves construction also of a

,"Academy of President Romulo Betancour team of the Wtnnataka Chapterof sea water dally will be In 12,500.kilowatt power plant and

Rev. HoffmanThe I ScJencV lew its, regular business one Tampa of 12 Electric southeastern Company electric li appeared the first likely popularly today to elected become BartowParents the Order of the Arrow It operation at the Guantanamo a 4 million gallon underground
at the school last weeks from the date storage reservoir.The .
pieetlng companies proposing i study chief executive In Veneruela scheduled to perform tomorrow base 23 bad estimate of
no
week 'I of possible conversion at one of the contract award Navy
1113 year history to serve at the Boy Scout Exhibit to
of four injured unusual speed, bow long It would take to work
teenagers with
Reverend Clifton G. Plans were discussed for the of the government! Savannah a full term in office be constructed at North Gate Moving detailed contract with
coming trip to Rollins, College River nuclear reactors to elec. Betancourt shattered o n I when a car driven b, the Navy acted Thursday to out a .
Hoffman of Atlanta will give Shopping Cecter by Troop 123. source of Westinghouse, but this was expected
permanent
for the state convention where tric generation precedent provide a
Thursday by reach a 75 year old woman crashed
the sermon Sunday at 10 a.mat members will attend a banquetand I The objective of the study Ing his.fifth anniversary In office According to Tom Costello, fresh water for the Cuban hose to follow quickly Present
the Lake Region Unitarian hear a talk by Gen. John would be to determine whether despite assassination attempts through I group of student scoutmaster of Troop 123, the and announced that Westinghouse plant call for moving the
from the Redstone II or not commercial utlllia at Bartow High School las International of New water distillation plant DOW at
UnlversaUst Fellowship, 3140 B. Medarls, military revolts a IKCommunst team has been Invited to present
Missile Arsenal,.at Huntsvllle, tlon of I reactor now iched subversion His sue December have filed suits for York bad been selected as Point Lorn, San Diego, Calif,
Troy Avenue, Lakeland. The four dances, the first to beheld
to Guantanamo.
tiled to be withdrawn from cesor hat already been elected $<<,000. prime contractor for the job.
special occasion for Mr. Hoff Ala.The Plutonium production for atomic and hit at 10 a.ra. to be followedby
term expires next
members were also shown The suits were filed In elr
man's visit Is the burning of weapons would be feasible month.'SOLW'. dances at 12 noon, J p.m.,
the books recently ordered
new cult court in Bartow against
Top executives of the companies
the mortgage on the Fellow and .
the club.Young 4pmThe
by the Friable Publishing Co. Inc.
ship's property The subject of made a format proposalto group It well known ern leis
and Mrs Marguerite B. Frlable
his sermon will be "Roots for the Atomic Energy Commitilon throughout Florida Boy ScoutIng .
that they be permitted to LONDON by Jack F, McCaU. N. T
I Liberal Religion"Mr. (UPD-The Kendo circlet, especially for 1U
Hoffman II Executive Musical undertake I study "to determine Borough Council laid today Ward, and Ernest Gourm. unique Wlnnabsgo Spear Dance
Secretary and Field Representative the technical and economics there was nothing very unusual The suits identified the publishing Only two weeks ago the group erviceWe
of the Thomas Jefferson feasibility of convertIng about a man misspelling the company as owner of took top tea mind Individual Also >
Unitarian UnlversaUst and utilizing part of these word slow when he hat to paint the car which was driven b, honors at the Seminole Lodge

Council, which Includes the Group To PlayThe facilities (at Aiken) for elec a large sign at a street crossIng Mrs. Friable. meeting of the Order of the Arrow Olltr Quality Cold Hardy Plants
eight southeastern states. A trio power production. The McCaU asked $11000 each for held In Tampa
graduate of the University of study, if undertaken, li expected "It it surprising how easy I Ila It Ms two daughters, Joan and The exhibit will also feature SPECIAL
Michigan, with a B. D. degree Youth String Ensemblewill to be completed by the end i I to go wrong when writing Sue.Ward a locking bridge and a large -
from the Divinity School of the be presented In a musical of this year and would cost four loot letters," said a borough father of James R. Indian tee.pee. Boy Scout crafts
University of Chicago, he served program at 4 clock Sun an estimated $300,000 to $400,. official in explaining how Ward and Gourm father of at well at Indian crafts will
the latter school at Dean of day afternoon by the Haven 000. the painter made it "solw" Instead David Gourm alto asked $11,. also be on display I CAMELLIAS
Student, directed youth education Hotel for the entertainment of Joining In the proposal to of "slow." 000 each The exhibit is a conclusion to
for the American Unitarian their guests The public It Invited the AEC, in edition to Tampa AU three parents maintain National Boy Scout Week In IN BUD OR BLOOM
Association, and w a i to attend. Electric, were Duke Power that their children were) permanently Winter Haven, which was held
minister of the Unitarian Churchin Co., Carolina Power & Light Area Deaths Injured. In observance of the 54th Anniversary i 'i
Varieties
ensemble members who I 15 Including
The ,
Falrhaven, Msssachusettt Co., South Carolina Electric It The accident occured Immed- of the Boy Scouts of
range In age from I to 19, Gas Co., Georgia Power Co.,
Visitors are invited to comet lately after school while the America.
and play under the direction of Savannah Electric Power Co., MRS. MARGUERITE students I Alb MM RM Dw
the :church service, to M. were waiting to board Costello said the exhibit was
remain for coffee on the patio. Virginia Starnes Davidson and Alabama Power Co., Florida STEGER school bussea Sixteen students originally scheduled to be held Metheoleee Rubl'l

the instruction of Helen Dahl- Power & Light Co., Florida Mrs Marguerite M Steger, were injured and one was ill In the city park, but was transferred Pink PerfertleaCm
gren Edwardt. Ann Teeter Power Corp., Gulf Power Co., 68, of 82* nth St., SE, died to North Gate through
Homecoming Set serves 11 piano accompanist Mississippi Power Co., and Virginia yesterday In the Winter Haven courtesy of Glen Hkks, of M,11It lene
Rebecca Waldrop it a special Electric & Power Co. Hospital after a lengthy Illness i ed.Shuffleboard Touchton Drugs
For Rifle Range assistant to the group. Duke, Carolina Power S. C. A native of Indianapolis, Ind, wn...
Members of the ensemble are Electric I Gas, and Virginia she spent most of her life in i ..4 ethers -

Baptist ChurchThe also playing hosts today to the Electric are now operating a Washington, D.C., and movedto DOG DEPOSITORY
string orchestra from Gainesville prototype nuclear-electric generating Winter Haven In 1960. For 37 WICHITA FALLS Tn. $250 $350 $400

Rifle Range Baptist High School This latter plant at Parr, S. C., years she was a secretary In (VPI>-Th. Wichita Falls dog
Church will celebrate home group, under the direction of with AEC participation for research the U.S. Department of Air! Tourney Set pound hat opened a night de

coming Sunday with a dinneron Mrs Dorothy Reeves, presented and development experience culture, retiring in 1955. pository. NURSERY
programs In the high school, She was a member of St Resident can drive to the REINTS BROS.
the after the
grounds regular Denison junior high and Brigham Paul Episcopal Church and of Teams representing shuffle pound and drop unwanted
morning worship service, St. Catherine's Guild of the board clubs throughout Polk pets through an opening and 993 SIXTH ST. S.W. CY 42588SERVING
the Rev. R. Dale Simpson, pastor On two occasions In the put, Dance SlatedAt parish She was also a memberof County have been Invited to into a cage
announced today. the Winter Haven players have the Winter Haven Woman the first annual Parade of
The public Is Invited to it participated In the annual Club and of the National Association Homea Shuffleboard tournament .

tend "String Round.Up" which It of Retired Civil Employet sponsored by the Home UI
The church was organized on presented each spring In Teen CenterA Builders' Association of Greater r
Sept. 28, 1954 with the Rev. Gainesville, where a comprehenslve She it survived by her husband Winter Haven and the Winter -
David Wlnget as its first pas string program Is Frank H. Steger, and a Haven Tourist Club.
tor. Rev Simpson became pastor taught In the public school Valentine Dance will be brother, John E. Cayton, both The tourney it scheduled to :1 1
on Nov. 1, 1956 held tonight from T:33 to 11 of Winter Haven. start Monday, at 9 I.m. on the
The sun never sets on the o'clock at the Winter Haven Services will be announced Winter Haven Civic Center' '
ministry of the Church Presently Teen Center, the Teen Council later by John Crisp' Funeral Courts -
the church Is helping to Drive-In Church announced today Home Entry fee of $1 per player .lof
nipport twelve missionaries and The featured band will be Friends may call at the Crisp Includes a barbecue chicken
missionary agencies laboring the Impales from Tampa. Funeral Home Chapel Saturdayand lunch to be served by Eloy
around the world. Each year Dress has been announced as Sunday evening from S to Delgado and members of the Winter Haven
ome of these missionaries report Slates Speaker semi-formal, with coats and 9. builders' association. Barbecue

on their activities at theehurch'i ties for the boys MRS. ETHEL L. LASSITER tickets for non-players will be
annual Missionary Con school and $121
AU junior high
ference held In September. Dr. Robert W Oousar It senior high school teem have Mrs Ethel Lorraine. Lsrsiter, A total of 24 trophies are
70, Rt. I, Box 655 B, West Lake
Other regular ministries of scheduled to be the special been Invited to attend Priceof being donated by the Home
Eloise Dr. died last
.t
the Church Include a weekly guest speaker' .( the regular admission Is 50 cent, per b.r rldac night Builders' Association for the THE SAVER
service in one of the local jails Sunday morning services at person top finishers is etch of six
A native of Harden
County, AND
conducted for the past five the Htvendale Blvd. Drive.In divisions, according to T. L. HOME OWNER
Ky., she moved to Winter Haven -
years by the men of the church Church, George Flack Jr., general Hospital News from Elitabethtown, Ky., Whitehead, president. tr
Ten weekly Bible Clubs reaching chairman, announced today last December. Shuffleboard clubs which! iir

boys and girls are conducted THURSDAY'S ADMISSIONS She was a member of the have been invited to participate The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan Association
is considered authority WoodalTt
by several ladles of the Cousar an Church of God in Modgenvlile, are: Trailer
church In various homes in the on Latin American affairs Winter haven Ky. She was the widow of Roy Park Lakeland, Auburndal
Winter Haven, Eloise, Eagle For several years he was Guthrie Knorr, Mrs. 3. L. S. Ltssiter. Shuffleboard Club, Haines City
Lake, and Wahneta areat. a missionary to Brazil South Roberts. Mrs Bobby Mor She It survived by a da ugh. Shuffleboard Club; Lake Wales I
This month the members of America largest country. phil, William Yates, Mri ter, Mrs 0. J. (Ruth) Clark of Shuffleboard Club; Deer Park J N GS
the church plan to begin construction A large attendance is expected Rosa Fraser. )[n. Thaddeua Winter Haven; a sister, Mrs Shuffleboard, Winter Haven
of five additional Sunday to hear Dr. Cousar. Edwards, Mrs Otto Rendler, Mae Stone of Louisville, Ky.: Shuffleboard Club and the Winter .
Mrs. H. W. Ford Murray Roland -
Haven Tourist Club.
School rooms one grandchild, and three
The Rifle Range Baptist Roy V. Wood Louis H. great'grandchildren. Lynn Wood, J. C. (Sonny!) SAFETYF O
No Frost Buckler, Alfred EUenb.in, ;
Smith and Lester Alddison
an
Church It an Independent, fundamental The body will be returned to '
Baptist Church preach LAKELAND (UPD-The morning alnea City the DlxonAtwood and Adkint serving on the builders' committee YOUR
ing what the Bible teaches temperature) bulletin from Muter Dale Williams, C. Funeral Home In Ellttbetn planning the tourney. SAVINGSINSURED
the Lakeland Weather Bureau C Pope. town, where services will beheld
Florida WnerlJ at S p.m. Tuesday Burial
for
Forecast peninsular
Willie T. Holland Jr.uburndale will follow in Elizabethtown
sea for tonight and Saturday Juvenile Court
morning: Cemetery, LL
Challis Marshall I II Partly cloudy. Occ..lonalUht Master ames Brown, Mr. Local arrangement were in ZtSG

I' rain or drizzle central districts William O'Qulnn, Ray charge of Ott.Laughlin Funeral
for ill YearAUTO mood Co James H. Sutton
,
Home. Issues
fTATiARM Cooler north and central districts ReportThe
Jerry L. endrick.agle -
Lowest temperatures ranging -
LIFE ___ Lake MRS. FLORRIE BELLE
from 35 to 40 in the Su- <<
t FIRE .. Walter Weaver. MARTIN
wannee district to 45 to 55 central Polk County Juvenile and
U P
Mrs. Florrie Belle Martin, 14, TO
Iniuriftc
INIURANCI to 55 to 65 southern districts THVRSr Y'S DISMISSALS Domestic Relations Court handled
of Fifth St. Dundee died at
N..... .
302 cases during the month
ter HI..at'rrJ $10,000
her residence this
early
morn-
251 Magnolia Av*., S.W. cloudy Forecast and for mild.Saturday: Partly Master Alcorn Mill Ing following a lengthy Illness of have January 119 left., disposed of 271 and '7 Q.

Aer.. free" Eietitng. l.nk outlook Tawanna bell Mill Denise A native of Washington County issued
A G.
Future temperature : report by Judge
Chance, ames A. Dunhlm, Ga., aha had made her
Phone 294.4256
Mon Bowden Hunt shows that the
No frost danger through Donald
Baby C dy Hyatt borne In Dundee since 1934
day. McLeod, Irs. Clarence Met having moved there from Alamo court handled 60 child support
Comb, Martin, Mn. L.I Ga cases in the amount of $26163-
I "SUNDAY IN NEW YORK" and Infant .41. There were 249 dependency
Combo Sunday V. Mess son Mrs Martin was a memberof
L. Nix and In. and delinquent cases during the
Mrs. Jo nJ the Dundee Methodist Church.
month; 13 persons were put on
TONITE IS THE NIT TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIESI fant da nd ter infant Mr. Henry B. Survivors Include three daughters probation, 12 taken off probation -
Sullivan Ion. Mrs Van 0. Doberley of Symbol For Safe
and there were 153 on Saving
Dundee Dundee, Mrt A. S. Biggt of probation at the end of the
OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M. Bowm Adlml. Gtdsden. Ala, and Mri J. T. month.
site Wiles Benton of Glenwood, Ga; three The court handled 59 traffic
SUNDAY md SATURDAY Mrs, ul F. Colbert Jr. tons, C. A. Martin and F. B. cases bringing the total for thisfiscal Whenever this seal
see
Martin, both of West Palm you you know
ubarad.le 920. A total of 62
OPIN 1i4l P.M. COIItI..... Skews Mom. 1 P.M. MON. Him FRI. year to
Beach and W. E. Martin, of
Mute' Bobby Calvary, children were sent to the juvenle that account Is Insured
Mrr. E ne Guy and Infant Vidalia, Ga i one brother, Roy home during the month and every up to

son, Slr Johnny C. Hall and H. Braswell of Alamo, Ga; 58 released There were 20 children $10,000 of
:: 0 TODAY 0 infant uehter, Mre. WKirklank two aisters, Mrs H. L. Brettof still in the home at the by an agency the U.S. Gov-

.- thru ... lorl. Jack B. Sin.Iletiry Alamo, and Mri Etna end of the month ernment that not dollar
one has
d Infant 00. Holmes, of McRae, Ga; 20 There were M In training
SATURDAYFtWAND 'roalproofJosepl grandchildren, 23 great'grand schools during the month, with been lost In Insured
LaClair.nenport. children, and three great-great only three released. an savings account

FANTASYI SONGS AND SORCERYTECHNICOLOR. / grandchildren since
Funeral services will be held Congress provided this protection

'.' Mrs, dy R. Nunally.sines Sunday at 2 p.m. from the In 1934.
City H.rrl.-Smith Funeral Home,
<\ ? Mrs. viII L. Snellgrove, McRae, Ga.Friends .
$, Mrs. n C. Truman. may call at the Dave OPEN

eke Alfred Lane Funeral Home, Haines
today until 7 30 t e, fOR >
Reu Tyson. City, : p mmwwm

INSPECTIONYou X


+ EARN 0 Per
will have Annum
are t ti asr to awes.ae.e+a e as ea s.r.ra. a pleasant

CHILDREN 35c surprise when you Inquireof
the price and terms of a WHERE CURRENT RAT

Modern Homo In SUN YOUR MONEY CompoullCl04

Alto Walt DI...,'. rWurtttt ACRES many models ROWS FASTERP Seml.AalluaDr

"YELLOWSTONE GUIS" In Color and floor plans to choose

i Ts.i from, all at Thrifty Price.


HAVEN DALE Drive-in THEATRE
SUN ACRESOLD
OriN AT i:00 P.M. FIRST SHOW AT i 30 r.M. e eC
URglAND lOAD
TONIGHT thru SATURDAY NIGHT State R,. 141 _

Color 3 Rig Hits 1 Color L 'toDRUIi THI HOMIS IN ,
s RE s SUN ACID MATUM : .
elI
Debbie: Reynolds In "MARY MARY"Cameron QUALITY MATERIAL

Mitchell In "ERIK, THE CONQUEROR" leers
203 AYL A. N.W O' WINTER HAYED
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II Welfare Agencies Provide Emergency Help Bartow FirmAwarded The Weather--Local, State And National j



Welfare agenclei of Winter
I Steel
haven, Auburndale Lake Alfred tri

I and Eagle Lake are agenciesof

the United Given Fund and e
I .M
l ContractThe .
,30
share in the United Givers- Space i 3

Red Cross Campaign to be heldon

Feb. 25. Frank M. Murphy Corp.of \ZJ19

Each of the welfare groups Bartow has been awarded

la operated separately serving what the firm's president tails I:, n :k r

Its respective community, the largest contract ever given -

though all have a common I Florida firm for steel

purpose, to provide for the Ft 1 fabrication.The .

needy in time of emergency order, for moveable platforms ,
1t
The Winter Haven Welfare y for the moon-bound Apollo -

Board conducts the service in rocket, la so big the cor

that community, and is com qt j poration leased the old Navy

posed of representatives of shipyard at Tampa In order to

civic: groups and other organbations w .Y r rk handle the job. I r 9 a a 1 ,aru Y ra aS F s

Interested in this President of the firm, Frank'

work. In addition to United 1 1IIR M. Murphy, said that his pay. J4u

Givers Fund allotment it also roll In Tampa will be $1 mil : 7o rM
accepts private donations from Sts awEf'S ; 1; tf4A

individuals and organizations, lion.The X {
platforms Murphy will a '4 i n
and gets an annual allocation /NQ Y .
from the city. build will be an Intergal partof ,

Its job la to provide tern- the world's largest building, v t Kr d.'de d .1t a .i.r.

porary help for those who the Vertlcle\ Assembly BuildIng .

haven the means when an La_ at Cape Kennedy RAIN AND SNOW-Snow It forecast for the Roeki.i. Central Plains, Upper Great

emergency rises. It serves all When the steel fabrication Is Lakes, Ohio Valley and the North Atlantic states. Scattered rain l I. forecast for the Pacific

races and creeds. Northwest and from Maryland to Florid. Temperatures are expected to ba a little
During 1963 the Welfare staff finished, Murphy said It will
,
higher In the Southern Plaint, Middle and Upper Miiiitilppt Vallay. It will be cooler over
interviewed 1,135 families, or
half of which were asking for be Cape.shipped by barge to the the Northern and Central I Plaint, the East Gulf and the South Atlantic ttatat.


of food 625 and families medication received A total food Murph)"'. firm got started by Florida Zones miles per hour, becoming variable TemperaturesLOW

orders and clothing during the FOUR COMMUNITIES' WELFARE PROBLEMS Officials of four area welfare ag.n- doing work for the phosphate mostly north and northeast

year. dies are diicuiiing their 1964 needs with Clarence Weaver, executive director of the industry. Recently he hat had Panhandle S to 12 miles per hour tonight nigh

Officials pointed out that the United Givers Fund-Red Cross Campaign which will be held on Feb. 25. From left contracts on several space Considerable cloudiness and and Saturday Albuquerque ...... 25
funds contributed by welfare Seated, C. E. Williams of the Auburndale Relief Association; Weaver; H. C. Wimberlyof projects, including a launch cool l today, tonight and Satur South 40
Atlanta .... .._._ 3t
and umbilical C9
through United Given all goes the Eagle Lake Welfare Board; standing, Dr. Robert Hanki of Lake Alfred Welfare pad the tower day. Scattered showers Satur Partly cloudy through Saturday
for welfare The city for the Saturn rocket and the Mild with high today 75 Birmingham ...... 30 .. 55
purposes day. to low
Board, and John Mitchell of the Winter Haven Welfare Board. High today 52 62,
budget provides the salary of service gantry for the Gemini. tonight 36 to 44. North to north to SO, low tonight 60'i South Boston ...... .... 33 CS

the director and for the build. I Irene Hundley, secretary; Mrs. Viertel, Mrs. Harold Cook, Mrs. nova, city manager, who serves The firm has a plant at Pem east winds I to 18 mile per erly wind S to 15 miles per Chicago .......... 25 '35

in*. George L. Burr Jr., treasurer, L. H. Lewis Mrs. William D. as consultant. broke, just south of Bartow, hour today, becoming east to hour. Cleveland ??._.. 29 34

Board members, who meet and these members: Rev. J. Pitt Mrs 0. R. Dunham, Mrs In the past year 190 food and has facilities at the Bar. southeast 8 to 18 miles per hour LOCAL OUTLOOK: Denver ..._...,.. 23 33

once a month, are Mrs John Willis Campbell Mrs William E. R. Atkinson, Mrs Fred orders were Issued, 330 families tow Air Base. Saturday Detroit ,...,... 28 3T
Mitchell, chairman: Mrs R. H. Smith, Mrs. 1!. A. Colvin. Mrs. Langenhorst, Mrs Clarice Redding received and The Tampa shipyard will be Northwest Increasing cloudiness, occasional Jacksonville ...... 57 :0
I Mitchell vice chairman; Mrs II Arthur Stephan, Mrs. Edmond John Crisp and City used clothing new clothing distributed leased from the Tampa Port Cloudy through Saturday. Occasional rain or drizzle later today Kansas City .......... 30 43
was
Commissioner Hughes Steele Authority rain late or tonight. Cloudy tonight Miami .. ......,.,. .. 60 72
to 1198 Saturday or '
needy residents.The .
and Saturday. High today TO abut Miami Beach ...... 65 70
The Auburndale Relief Association Saturday night Cooler with
Legal AdvertisingIN Lake Alfred Welfare turning cooler later today Twin Cities ........ It J1
first organized high today 55 to 60, low tonight
Church Of God was Board has been In existence Creative Arts
and tonight. Low tonight 50'i
about 1935 to meet the needs to'.. Northwest to north winds New Orleans ,.,..... 45 75
15 years, its objective to pro. Southwesterly wind. 10 to 20 New York ......... 34 39
THE CIRC! IT COt III or of the community in the welfare vide and Festival Set 10 to 20 miles per hour, becoming '
temporary emergencyaid. miles per hour becoming variable Orlando ...........58 73
COINIV. FLOBIDA field and baa been in northeast to fist S to
FOLK This has been mostly in mostly north and north Phoenix ............42 85
15 miles hour and
IN IHANCTBY iOBr.CtOS.lBB Slates RevivalA continuous operation since that the form of food orders although BABSON PARK-The Babson Saturday per tonight est 5 to 12 miles per hour tonight Seattle ......... 38 4T

MORTGAGE.. MMMlttT time-29 years. at times the agency has Park Creative Center and Web- Northeast and Saturday. Tampa ............... 59 T1
>
Cat The late Mrs. Leta Thompson been called for to provide clothing ber College are sponsoring
ROBERT E. McCUV ET AimFlainttff revival will begin Sundayat served as administrator and In a few Instances a Creative Arts Festival to be Cloudy with occasional rainor
*, drizzle and
the Winter Haven Churchof for 22 years, and Mrs. Hicksla drugs for people who were ill held on the College campus early today
.
late Saturday
God, the Rev. Melvin A Willis now city clerk, directed Last year 72 food orders were March 20.22. again Saturday or OULALA
G. HERNDON. ET AU night. Cooler with high today -
LORD Defendants.VOTICI Gifford, pastor announced to- operations for six years. Issued to 27 fsmllics At Christ. The art show, open and free 60 to 65, low tonight 40',.
Jean Allen has been administrator with the Lake "Cocktail Now Being Served"
or aver day.The Mrs. mil, Alfred Lions to the public will be from Winds becoming northwest 10

rSX BTATH OF FLORIDA TO evangelist for the meetIng for the past year, Club providing kits for child. 10:30: a.m. to 6:30 p.m., except to 20 miles per hour today and
Loren O Herndoa and wIts,, I will be the Rev. Shirley and she has been associated dren in the families getting Sunday when the doors north to northeast S to 15 miles S Steak Magnlfique

Mildred HtradoBRuliUnc Murphey, of Fellsmore, Fla, with the agency since 1940, Christmas food baskets, 24 families will be open from 1:30: until per hour tonight and Saturday. e Dancing Friday and Saturday Nitas
considered to be outstanding having served as treasurer were recipients. Local 8:30 .
and post office I an : pm.Central Central
S
No Cover
No MinimumLaMond's
ddree unknown Church of God minister. from then until 1961. Mrs. churches and Lake Alfred Junior Florida artists workIng Increasing cloudiness occasional -

Yare hereby aotltled that a A special "Around The Clock Jean E. Williams became treasurer High assist In collectingfood In any media are Invitedto rain or drizzle later today .
( lull tor foreclosure of that ee.- Prayer Chain" has been going In 1961 and Clarence E. for this community project show their work. All types or tonight. Cloudy tonight Steak House

f I total real wUU mortgage rcord- for the past two weeks : prepsrition Williams has bern president of crafts will be accepted if and .turd.)'. }lj.Jh l ad ta Official Record Books 5&1.Par. (or*the II : This since 1951. Other board members Members' of he board ere they are works of art, and but turning cooler later today Look for the Flaming Candle

.. 131 Clerk and of ass the In Circuit the Offlc Court week special prayer meeting are Norman Ruston Mrs Mrs David Garrett and R. W. photography in black and whiteor and tonight. Low tonight 50'a If IS Cypress Gardens Rd. CY 3.9023
ef the
II Polk County, Florida, and ...- are being held at the local Cordelia Wolf and Bruce Ca- Hanks. color. Southwesterly winds 10 to 20 I
umbtrlivr th following dtcrib4 church each evening at 7:30 --
tail ..tate. to-wit: p.m. --- -- -- -
BefIn at the i* corner of fAIt
In Block "A" of ...RII.TRONG' In addition to the Prayer
SUBDIVISION &00 ; Chain and special prayer meetings .

cording n, publlo In to records the Flat plat Book of Polk thereof a. Coun pigs recorded I working, visiting In the teams city to are Invite also Presents NEW FARAH for Spring 1964

Florida; run thence Mastas as many as potable to the re
feat: run theses North 187 vival. LFaris &
feet: threes wed M feet; 9
thenc South IR7 feet to the The local pastor, the Rev.
point of beitlnnlnr, LESS AND Mr. Gilford Invites the genera]

rlcht-of EXCEPT-war.haa .the existing road public to the revival. ftpiia. < bltnf, of pOlyester inJ tomtei colin
been filed ..iln t you In the The services will begin each &e ftrli., a blend?
abo". .ntltl.d cauM br the Igagee evening at 730.: Special singIng Ate
named In said mortfname .... and prayer for the sick fh, polyester and cotton
)?. Robert 1C: Mi-Clay and
wife. Corrlne MrCler. Hilda Jin will be special feature of the
Jannvlrh and husband, Peter Jan- meeting. ,
ovlrh Sanh Virginia Gorbykunband and
Donald Gorbr. and that
you are hereby required to (.,n Legal Advertising
a copy of Tour aniwer or other i TRIM ; 4>
written oVfeniw upon Harry E % .
kin,. plaintiff1 ttorne. whom Ketlc T. CrrdlUr*
address. In P 0. Rot WT Winter lY TH*: COlMt Jl'DGE'eOCMT Vou'11 Look ..
H.v,n. Florida im itf befnr the ( IN AM roii roi.itCOl.NTV
J4ih' dar ft JVhniarr. 1W4 am"hefnr I fLOBIDA Great in arapltf sears -
or Immediately thereafte IN BE. ESTATE OF s,
to file with the Clerk of the ebon PLARL P. OATE8
atvled Court the orltlnal of Mid Deceased New SLACKS
an..., or said written defence.. To AH Creditors and Pernoni Haw e
If ant ink ClAim. or Ixmand Asalnataald
If vats Cult to do wi. dO/'... promnfenm EtatYou .
: w
will he entered against and .*ch of you are hereby e
.Qre
via fir the. relief demnnded In Ih.Co.lnl. notified to (lit In dupllral all rvpiin
claims and di-mand which you *
wrrvre!* m" hand end official lav. against the ..1..* of Prarl V
was ,,f attire at B.rto Florida this >4th day of January of Richard A. Bronion Count / SLACKS
196. Judge. at hi. office In the Court You'll look(
n n. tnjout JR HnuM at Bartow florlda, within
Clerk Circuit CmitrP alt! calendar month from Jan 24. '
Paul, H Vaughn 1M4. which I* the data of the ft..tpubllc.tloll a great in
Meson" Clerk nolle Each x .
of this a rq
hit Z4 SI. Fen. T. 14. 1M4tFGAL claim or demand must b* In writ- \ j j
Inn. must stale the place of re l- :
NOTICE nVnc and port offlc added of $ 5aiJi--:
Sealed btdii will bar recelred. kyth the claimant must be swum. to
City of Winter Karen Florldi and mint be filed a. aforwald, er t-
In the office of City Manager al alas urn will become old. Tw THINS 1by
City Hall until 130 p.m., FIT. Edwin R Oatea IVY
February 9S 1964. and publicly AdminletntnrWALKER -
opened and read stand for furnlehIni .- RARE! WLYE6Altornrrs
uniform" fir the Fir Department law _
at _
of Mid City.Sy.eilieationa Van 8kl.... Bulldln :r_ __
may b* obtained Winter lIu.n. Florida ,
hi the office of the City Manaier Jan 14, '1. Feb 7. 14 1M4Metlr
In Mid City and did City Hall at blr
the nleaiure of the bidder Bidden aAr e
to UM> quotation form a* furnishedby T. CiwdltenIX bI
City and envelnnei must bo THE COt WIT ITVOTt ,b
plainly marked RKALFn BIDS COIBT IV AND FOB fOLK '
UNIFORMS FIRE: DEPART (OIK TV, ILOBIDA
MENT'Th: IN RI: ESTATE OF .
City unnerves th. right to rJect *-
LtA A. :
.. ... WALLERDei -
any and all bid and t -
e.pt e r walr any Irrecularltle T. AH Creditor and P........ HawIng -- F :
when U the beat Interut of the Claim or Demand ....,.., r
CIt'. Old Estat.tYou
BY OFPFr) OF THB
CITY COMMISSION and each of yes art hereby
C C. Pus IM>IItI.d to file In duplicate all
Cite Manager claim and demand which you 11 'oroplv..t/ l. /
7a9. T. U 4woTirr bar against the *etat. 01 Una A Ti '
.WIIt
Waller deeeaeed, la the office of 11010"
or rerrinof TO Richard A B.......... Count Judc. 100% CcrM On campus
..KOIATFFlrTlTIOn MAVII at his offle In tea Court MOUMt
Notice I I. hereby flrea that Ih.end..Iod Barl_, riorlda. within sit cal- Cotton 1"1ei." You1l er off you'llenjoy
mtend to refliter emlar month from January 14 look right, feel
with the Clerk. of the Circuit Courtof ISM which to the data of the first [ we'IngForoply
Polk County Florida, punuint publication of thl oot Ie.. Lack right In flook Ivy {
tailored Irodftfexwltvy id
to Chapter\ :90W3 Laws of Florida. claim or demand murt b* I* wrltInr EspednRyy ,1,,<' for thins, your
Act of 141 LegliUtun. a* amended mut slats the place of rldenc far far school or'Osuol best In easily
ar ,
by Chapter M750. Law of Florida and port erne .4"...* of you any
Act of Itei Lo .lal..... th. the claimant, must b* nrera to ocoaalaa-Domvl- -School: wear In < ? bestcolon washed fare*.
flcttttwi nam. to-wlt: 'HAVFN and must b* coed u afnreeald, *rU Available Dark
.ELECTRIC"!: under which he .. engaged .. urn will\ becom Told -er ctMual If yo* tile to ,
In bimlneM at M Third Fumes HarwardEiecutrln Olive, Ivy Boise, Black. VA
Street KW. Winter R..... Florid. toy neater with h. car: lodes, Iv Belgt,
14... HarednnTnnehtn. WALKER, BASIC! WINES and elQd
a McPhtnoi Attorney at law fyes, they.. wXHlwiiiflf get
pints n Van Skiver Bid* Far I 4eo M V Se 73" 98
hares. Florida Winter Haven" FlorldaJaa. ** Popftl Sleets featured
Jan. M. 31. Feb 7. li 1M4 U It Feb. 1. U ISM_ fci this MatoiTwl bed connBlv -

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>OKS v BortU GroaM. ,
For BUILDING MATERIALS Call cy 3.3139 :.....
Graf. Ow-Wock, Dork eltltt< M $4i8


B Befctafa .


.... w.. "- .. ,,. $550
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Bagwell Building" Supply Re*" ..... V.16'I! I



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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Letters To HOPEFUL SHARECROPPERS OF 1964 I Wall Street ChatterNEW

W. I. KYNUSON. 1d1l'y! lI.h.. "

JOHN W. llYN EliSON. Aulitint t. the PublliUePykllihed ( I YORK (UPI) "The Staff, Inc., looks for I '111ah!, :

The Editor. market U rising. Th. market la mixed market with no eteircutoverall
daily 'ue.pt litBrd.yl the Wlnt.f Nava .
: trend tithe la the ... :
PiiVllihlii. C*., In** III 11d! Strut, N. Wlntir H.rii, FliftdiCHARLII falling Both itatemtnti are erases< or la most stuck
Dear Editor correct," says Indicator Digest, frdupt.. ;,;
ftOJHOHN Cenenl) Mini.ti Ins Pending further development.

On Friday F.t>. M, 1083, Sec ., "Tht fiow-Jonel Industrial w. would continue to remain ,.
Aiietlit IilteiPITH Conservative: In investment
JACK ItAMAM
bat made ont new high pro- -
: average
rotiry of Slate Dean Ruik id- Itlm,."
dressed HPMps after mother, the kitri-diy '.
J. SULLIVAN r Adfirllilne Miniiu r the Ninth Annual Conference 1f
-"'' high ll just below the much-
NATIONAL AOVIKTISINO RtPKtiENTATlVIShinn on IntrffliUontl Af- heralded 800 mark. At the

** I Aiitilitti, Int. 0 0 0 ChI..,., III. din, the University of Chiclnclnnntl same time, more stocks on the -Memories =
big board are In full scale
Council World
Intend .. tiling Class Mill Mittir Sipt. .. I'M it the led Ofl.IN .. nn ANfiln
bearish downtrends than
.t Marsh I U7MEMIEft the Unlverollr of Clncln- ire
Wlnfif Him Flf1di, under lit to YIABS AGO ?
moving tip. Th. appearance nail, and Xavier University great strength In the Industrials Lt. Ira Parks returned to -a

l; ; AUDIT lURIAU The following It part of whit list week war due chiefly nil undisclosed new bavil post *;

.. 0? CIRCULATIONS Dun Rusk said: to the weight of Du Pont. Such after Visiting hi* wile and chil- *5

...." "W Americans do strength It highly deceptive Area here. --
many and cannot be trusted unless *
MEMIER thlngi about this conviction our 4i ether stocks used In compiling 10 YEARs AGO *

Attlv Memeir, UNITED PUSS INTERNATIONAL o that trtethm must previll. the DowJonei average catch The Winter Haven City Coma:
NATIONAL IOITOKIAL Tki United ,.... It intlllid toh.* NII *
;
ASSOCIATION fir ....IIII..II.n if ill litil niwl printed Tonight I ihould like to the Du Pont fever. minion accepted the revised

,1114 In this i newiee.tr II will II all UN.w1 /I tilk about whit wi do In and t plans ind specification for the .
r Standard Poor'l "The
Dlilitthei. through the United Nitloni. W 1 1e stock market baa continued says to new city library and authorized -

ADVERTISING DIADLINI let about the" binding up of maintain' a firm undertone although the city manager1 to advertise :I

CLASSIPltD th*I Werdt DIPARTMINTily I PM. Pntlayi Inehi, 1 PM. ..1... Diy wound. of war. W* demobilized MRS. further adjustment may for bide for construction of the .'

lieil Netlten I PM. ..1... D.y.lynd., Iditlm Dudllnii Frldiy.DISPLAY our armed force and reducedour b. needed before It Ii ready to propoaed tfS.oOO Itructure.

DIPARTMINTiSundiy resume fie upward trend. YEAftS AGO
defense budget !to leer than
Edltlin-1 P.M. Thund." Mendty Editl.n-1 P,M. Ffldiyl, Investors should be on the alert
Ty.idiy Idltleiv Na.it Sitiirdtyi Widnitdiy, Thyridiy ind. rVldiy $10 billion A strenuous effort for buying opportunities In Th. city had asked for pro-_.;

Edltlant-I ..t.4. Twe D.,. lit Ad.inei. was made to put itomle energy sound but relatively unexploited posali In an apparent move to T

Member" Seyth.rit N......., Pybllihirt Aiieclitl.il under International control ind issues." determine how moth It Would

Member" Fl.rldi Prut Ati.cntl.a; to abolish nuclear weapons Thelliances cost to turn over municipaltrash
'
TELEPHONE CY..... 1.11t1! a formed to fight World United Business Service says and garbage collections
that "after in Interval of pause to private ,
enterprise
War II were expected to van
lih. New illlintd limed at and rest, w. believe the mar
r
any
A For Today ket could well extend its gainsIn MAISON RANCH
Thought one else were not it that time
contemplated.What coming months, helped by a PARIS (UPI) The newspaper .

went wrong? The Cold L favorable buslnesi picture and : Combat laid today that

"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, War was born Joseph Stalin, r # added" stimulation of a tax since President Johnson's family
cut. meted Into (he White House
even before Vie guns were silent ,
Whatsoever thing are honest whatsoever things are
let ibout to prevent the United term : th. "Maison Blanche has become -.

Just, whatsoever! things are pure, whatsoever things are Nations system from succeed For the Spear & a million ranch.

lovely, whatsoever things are tf good report; If there dogma Ins; one of nation unlimited returned appetiteand to Its 4 w'/w/J

be any"virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these Wartime ambition.agreements about o. ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL


things. Phil. 4:8 he countries! of Eastern Europewere WDIO.TY wrlA-rr wrrv-Tf WTTTTCkana

"To think" here means 'to meditate. Take them brushed aside Pressures Ckmnell Chsseet a CN.Mtl! t ") 11

In and dwell on them, imbue your very spirit with were applied against Iran, I hav. any knowledge! Lave Orloa1.CIS NIC. AIC CIS
professed the same fundamental ft. p. Orlaarf t."m*.
them ; for there is inner strength in them of which youtouter I. Greece and Turke,. Occupi- 'I
ion arrangements In Germany AlertBy purpose, the exemplificationand
life is reflection.Dr Albert L. Carnett Project Friday NIGHT 14
only ft were Ignored and Berlin wit enforcement of morality" February

subjected to blockade.
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Ctechoslovakli was 1'ltl'd by MAJOR AL LONG USAR Ktt. -Gen. Douglis MacArthur, t:Ofr..Ne..l N..., $......, N..., Weether ,.1.* Newt

News Chief EditorialsWe i coup engineered from the outside Klclnknecht Encyclopedia. *:II-Spdrtt, Wfh.f' Wilrhlr IdiUrlil. Sail h...., Webs
The ihnrtow of the Red Analyst LOCAL GOVERNMENT 4::JO-CIS N.WI NIC News AIC N.wl CIS Newt
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Army lent wpnort to Communist I s "Local government I I. still

Love You parties end agents through GOOD COVEJIXMEW' sennets 1 the best Instrument for solving 7:00-Wyi e Eerp loa Office h. ....., Th. !Ril
out Western $urope. Participation "The way tit have good and I "It la not within the functions I 7:15-Wy.H tarp "Hit end Run" Lt.II,....' Th. !Rlbil,
In the Marshall of to local problems, and certainly, 7:30-Th.: Greet Cle* Molr Dtltry The $rnt
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plan wasejected. government. com
It founded like a bad joke when President Johnson life government Is not to trustIt I 141: Advinlurl Yin,. Ewir.i Dirtry AdviMur
r Aeuesslnn was tin- pel a person In the course of there Ii no problem more uniquely -
said that beloved around the world for all to one; but to divideit
we are leashed In Korea. The walkout II nil business and against his local. than that of human I:00- "Edesa/l.s *f III Offle. Deirry "Edu ellonIII '.f

it'i a strange way to show love by tearing our flat and the veto underlined an attitude among the many, distributing will, to accept or retain the rel.tlonl"-Arthur L. Sel- : C.pf. PnH" loa Office Dt r* C.p1. ',.tt.,

down, shooting at our citizens-killing some. We sup of rontt'mflfot the to every one exactly the personal cervices of mother) land, Mayor, Fresno, Cilli.Almanac U8:: -Reuli 44 lob Hep* lurlt'l: lew **UT* ti
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United Nations Itself The cold ; to
functions he Ii compettene of. or compel my person igainst
that the Americans insulted and killed the
pose more war X Hot a bilateral controversy ( Let the National Government his will, to perform personal :00-R."(* ti I.. Hia. Iwlit't Liw Reese tt

more some country loves us. We don't share the enthu- between Washington and b. with the defense services for another."-John 'il $-.., it Comedy lurk"'1 Law RUTI ii

siasm that the President has for these people who, instead Moscow but in offensive by the entrusted Marshall Hirl.n ':10-Twlllahr Zoos TWTWTW Price It IIIh'I llwbnikefLlwbfuVef
of the Nation and Iti foreign
bloc :4S-twlllht lace TwTWTW Prix (ll
Communist igilnst all there MORALITY : KIlM
of working with us for a better world, want to do t. and federal relations; the State
"Ai world has
the civilized
everything possible not only to kill our emissaries: but I' Now let us take a look it a government with the Civil grown in Intelligence, the it By Vnlted Press Intel-national 1000 souls-:. -Alfftd H.i.hiik JiikPnf JickPur F.fKtilV/eek FlqkfalWttk Alfred Hltchiail

wreck process. t story from Geneva, Switerlandin rights, laws, police and id- titude of thinking men In re- Today la Friday, Feb. 14, tile 1010:: -Alfred Jack Pace : .1 Week Alfred
ministration of what concernsth. Make
Of course w. realize that there is probably a small Thant April United Iiw.* wMrfi Nation rrgfli, Secretary U. stale generally; the countlei his lard rlahtn.to th.necessities nature of and man liabilities 4Mh day of 1994 with 121 to fol ((0:45: HitehiMt Jack Peer Stir Hltihenl

knot of people engaged in these affairs in countries General, stressed. todaythe with the local concerns of has chnagcd /immeas low. This Ii St. Valentine'sDay. | |,00-Niwl New, So4, Wtr Newilini New, SM...
nerd for the cnexlitence of the counties and each ward IhlS-S.orti, VVlkir Tinlqht Show Uriel, VVtliir W'tke"I't.rI.1
mentioned but nevertheless there must be a certain urably. Notions of governmenthave
countries with different direct the Interests within It. The moon Ii approaching its MiJO' -Tkufre aTealgte Show MnerleV Ch..I.II .
sanction of the whole matter to bring about such signs and social systems economic In self. It Is dividing and subdl- barbarous been elements cleaned of the many first quarter. :45- the Stan Tcniqhr Shaw Weveriek, Chliimite" *
conception
as "Yankee Go Home," 'Avenue of Murderers," etc. We this nuclear age. viding these republics, from the of justice has been The evening stars are Venus
MORNING 15
In tent great n 111 1 o n a lone down purified and Jupiter, Saturday February
a menage to United
realize that most of this is communist-inspired, but if and elevated, and the whole
Nations Economic through all Id subordinations, On this In
Commissionfor diy hlslorytIn )
the countries where it is done don't do something aboutit Europe, "The Message was until It ends In the idminlstrltlon framework of society hit been ISM, the West Coast citrus 7:09.-Grwen Wrtir Su.lr Cue

then they must agree that it Is all right. read it the opening of the commiaaion'a of every mm' firm and has exalted.been But ringing while the with world the Industry was born ai the first 7)0 7:11-: -OnlWiy Almenel Theifr"Undef* Fi.sts N.IIFD..MdSuMfClr Super Cue

lath session by its executive affairs by himself;. that all voices of these great Intellectual trainload of oranges left Lot 7i45- M.rt.r. Stiri" FI.id. Super Car
secretary, Vladimir Vcl-1 will be done for the best. What Angeles for Eastern markets.In .

The Many Changes. veleblt l Yugoilov bn destroyed liberty and the achievements, Improvingand 1903, President Theodore I:00 -Caetele Ll.rl Rnky Jinn Ceilllo
This Is the Communist thesis ] rights of man In every government reforming on every aide Roosevelt signed Into law inlet 1:11, Kinfcri and Hardy" Retlry Jesse KIft,....
nothing ban been added to or Ii30-C.9t.l 1ft Little mill Meier Wer.ury C."(lln'
Each year we have someone come Into the office and tactic I today. In the Intro. which has ever existed taken from morality. creating the Department of /:4SK.sg.ee Llttl Kiiiill Melef, Miriury K.neuee
ductlon of Nlklll Khrushchev'lbook under the sun? The Commerce and Labor.In .
who hasn't been In Winter Haven for decade generalizing Nothing Is to be found In
a or so, the authorized (edition ind concentrating all 1933, $50 million wit f:00-AMD Skew Clnui Icy Mir| Wereury AM Show.
or is returning for a nostalgic visit after moving away. I "For Victry In Peaceful Com. cares ind powers Into one body, the entire universe which has rushed to Detroit to bolster .:It--Aln* Shaw Clnui liy Mir| Mn.ry Able Stew
petition no matter whether of the undergone so little change 11 banking assets t 30-Tenneti** Huff :V: Kiddy Snaermi .
And the first thing they say It-"I can't get over how with Capitalism; he autocrats the great tenets of which moral 11 Michigan's : : .
t 45- Tyied Kyff 'a' Kiddy SuMrmi Tu ei*
said "Ma kind has of Russia declared
approacheda or France or governor an eight-day:
Winter Haven is growing and changing Frankly, systems are composed. To do
time w on the people are of the aristocrats of a Venetian bank holiday.In 10:00-Qilek Drew ".nl., Auo l.n Juntof Aultlla Qule'' Drew
we can't either for one has only to drive around each I faced wit a 'holce-ellh'r Senate", Thomas Jefferson good to others, to forgive enemies I 1943 thousands of Allied 10:'IS- McGraw Junior Auotlu! Jufllef' Aucltel McGraw

week,'to find something new I is being built. It's prog peaceful rxlstenc. of states I to love neighbors, to planet staged a devastating lit ))0:30-Mighty: M UII Firebell. XL-I Th. Jetuns Mighty Miyl.
with difte nt social systems I IDEAS ON LIBERTY restrain passions, to honor parents raid on Dresden, Germany 1045: -MioMy Mlui FU-ekell XL-I The Jiltini Mighty> Masse
ress. \ 1 to respect authority to .
,
or a dtaa roue nuclear war.'iNe I "Mankind does not begin with I 11:00' -Kill Till Tie Definli C...., Km Tm Tia .
6ut we are exceedingly happy that this progress 11 Xh shche" can win the liberty. Mankind acquires liberty return good for evil, not to A thought lot the day-Theodore I Hilt' -RID I fin Tin The Meme Cirleeni Kin Tin Tin

is orderly There are new housing sections going up cold Wit, a he says he will, through civilisation. The cause witness anger, Dot to bear false Roosevelt once laid: "Th. ji30| -ley Refers Fury leeny t Cull Soy A.,...
size without I IIcl..r Wit, we un I state which attempts to realize not to lie, not to steal first requisite of a good citizen IMtRe Raaen Fury leeny i Cecil Ray K* en
that accommodate In the business
can any purse. these ire the essential elements
win the t war with the help liberty before government or In this republic of ours Is that
sections of the city we are seeing exceptional growth.It of Almllht: Cod the world.order before the national of the moral law, he shall be abl. and willing to AFTERNOON

is the type of growth that I is designed to handle busi- wie C. Siumpf order, will find itself adopted Christ It found, exemplified it complete md pull hn own weight. IJ,00-Sky Kin, NIC Sues Sunny Sky King

for to And the thing that interested immediately threatened with IJilS' -Sky Kin. Chlldrin'l lugs loony Sky kit,
ness years come. w* are beautified It, ind left it unchinged. MO BL'1tN'
Knewf
dissolution and anarchy.", IIilO-0Ylil Theatre Amtrlii D. Tn Knew
in is our wide variety of stores that will\ appeal Dear Sir! John W. Burgess-1890.! H. introduced no new CHELMSFORD, Eng. (UPI) 11.45-Oe Y.. Knew.? "Rekm Heed" ledti D* Yiu Kniw7

to; the shoppers from far and wide So we thoroughly 1 have pen In the Winter end.purpose Every of achieving mode of the religion old Cashier Keith Rogers, 47, got ,10D-C1S News Sal.! *.. Fiction American CIS News

understand the amazement of those who revisit haven Ho Ital on three oresaiona RADIO which has made so fed up counting banknote Ill5-CIS News Theatre lendtTinJ CIS News
rec tly. During theme .: a deep and he put a match to 11,302 a Ilo-S.t. APi... "M. .t., Wrestling! Overland Tnlt:
Winter Haven-it's wonderful. And as the late Al vialts 1 r elv'd blood trans.fuaimns listing Impression on the human court was told hen Thursday."I 141- Ulan Future Thit Wrelttin Overland Trail ::'
Jolson used to "You ain't seen nothin' yet. .- mind and vital religions couldn't stand the sight of
say- fo which
I paid. The In th. world have been and had ?:00-"Indllit' S...." Chillmaed W.tllft' Overlend ?ran
money longer I
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having tII blood I'fplllc'd. If to burn It, Rogers explained. J.JJ S. Mentamry.. NIC Scare Chillmai Self Jungle
DAILY CROSSWORD forma of dominant :: :
government Ille was put on probation for =
there are any volunteers, 1 lni, e Itkraill S.eciel + Chellenfe Self "Tinin's
ill religions of which
ACROSS BtKerflOldCnff. 2I.Pair would ap etill. them contacting two years.
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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Friday, February 14, 1964 Page Five Lake Alfred II II II IIIIIIIIIIl!

'jAround The Town
WINTm MAVEN DAILY NEWSfounders -CUIGF Juniors Hear |


Mrs. Noll I| Former Resident Elected Chapter President I


Mr. Richard NoU, Junior
Director of District t of the Miss Patti Paulk, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles Paulk, formerly of Winter :

Florida Federation of Junior Haven, now residing in Pompano Beach has been elected president of Gamma

I Woman's Club laid that the Chi chapter of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority at Stetson University. She is a junior

main project of the Florida majoring in history Mm Paulk has also headed the Green Feather Drive (the
d dti
Junior li to help supportthe annual charity drive) and Parents' Weekend. She is also a member of Tassel,

Sunland Training Center an honorary for sophomore women based on scholarship and leadership.MISS .

for the mentally retarded -
C
t In Florida, when she address Lake Region Yacht and Country Prague Mina. ls a guest at
Club will offer to senior the home of her mother, Mrs.
a r arc 4? Garden Club ProgramThe ed Lake Alfred Junior Club members, free bridge lessons Charles 0. Emry at her home
members thin week. each Saturday morning from here

Another project, Mn. NoU a ten until noon. Lessons start
Founders Garden Club Night, Including calls of frogs laid, if the purchase of boob tomorrow with Mrs LePagaCronmtller Mr. and Mrs. D. B. King
of Lake Alfred met this weekat and bade of Florida and and Mrs. Carl and son are newcomers to
r the home of Mrs John Florida Bird Songs, including and magazines for a school Jackson as Instructors. Reservations Winter Haven They moved
U. Parker. tea native birds of FlorIda for girls, Friends, Inc. In should ba made here from Lakeland and are

Mrs R. Hendrickson, President Including the Mocking, Ocala and the Correctional promptly. residing on Marilyn Drive,
announced plans for a bird. Cardinal: Florida Wren, Institute for Women in Lo NW.
field trip for March, visitIng Blue Jay, Boat-tailed Grackle, The ballroom of the Worn
well The General Federation
Slocum Water Gardenson Ivory Billed Woodpecker, an's Club will be transform A Valentine Dinner Dance
Cypress Gardens Road, Florida Sandhill Crane, Bar- of Junior Woman's Clubs
ed Into a garden for sweet will be held tomorrow night
luncheon and the Phosphate red Owl, Chuck: .will's Widow, ends toys to the hospital hearts for the Valentine Ball at the Lake Region Yacht

frMRS. Museum on Route 60 East and Llmpkln. ship, Hope, which travels this evening. The Mello- and Country Club. Music will
of Bartow. The Valentine
t Motif was around the world with med. Tones will provide music for by Bruce Csnova and his
Mrs. Parker horticulture followed in all floral .
gave a arrangements
love will orchestra from until
while
dancing eight
songs ,
of and refreshments ical supplies and help, they I
report "things to and i YF't
Vocalist win
be rendered by Mary midnight. Dinner be
do in the garden and yard"in Mrs. C. L. Smith won the Val- help the Salk Institute, CARE ,
Lou Emr)'. Donations of $1 SO served from the menu from
February and reported on entine door prize for the meet and they send stamps toVeteranl' PAULKMr. will be received for the social seven to ten p.m. Reservations
the flower beds planted la in,. Mrs. Don Sutton and Mrs.
hospitals In the U. event scheduled for nine are requested.
petunias at the Junior High John Parker were cohostess.Cs
A. M. BRADDOCKBazemoreBraddock School on Arbor Day when for the meeting. S. to use In their work In and Mrs, Henry Sell o'clock. The Dental Clinic and
other welfare projects: of the Mr. and Mrs. Ray While
of Park Falls Wise, are
the slash pines were planted Those in attendance were rehabilitation.In .
Mesdames here at the home of their sponsoring group the JuniorWomlD' of Charlottesville, Va., will
by the seventh grade pupils Sutton and Parker
,
this District Club
and announced that garden R. Hendrickson, M. Patrick, soma counslns, Dr. and Mrs A. Club, will benefit arrive today to spend the
clubbers would be notified c< C. W. Bowman, G. Houlihan, projects are supporting a G. Sell enjoying a Florida from the proceeds of the semiformal next two months vacationing
Miss Waverly E. Bazemore orchids. a work day in late Februaryat Charles Shinn, Jr., C. L. Ranch in Lakeland, establishing vacation dance. Tickets will In Winter Haven -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jon Symes served as best which time the circle of Smith June Osmon, and and maintaining a Public be available at the door.
Wade E. Bazemore, became man and ushers were W Q the Elementary School wouldbe guests. Library, which Is the proj Mrs. John Gllkerwa of Th Future Teachers of
M. Braddock Cobb replanted freeze Members reminded Monticello, Ind, a frequent Captains who will direct the America of Winter Haven
the bride of Albert Jr. and Ed Riddle of following were to ect of the Lake Alfred Club,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin.For damage in 1963. attend the Founders Day Program establishing Dental Clinic visitor is spending a few weeksin annual membership campaign. High School met this week
a ,
for the Winter Haven Concert and made to visit Florida
The for the Winter Haven. plans
afternoon day of Friendly Garden
Braddock
C. M. Saturday the reception In the program the newly organized projectof
at 3:30: in the In. church Included recordings of America Club in Fruitland Park honoring Association will meet at Southern College It war
social hall, the bride's the Winter Haven Juniors
wood Baptist Church. The table Bird Songs Songs of Mrs Frank Goodman The Naomi Circle of the the home of the membership brought up for considerationthe
covered with Chantilly
war maintaining the Ridge .
double ring ceremony was lace and Insects Including calls ., Mrs W. L. Thompaon and Day Women's Guild, Grace Lutheran chairman, Mrs. John Carpenter sale of toothbrushes of.
over satin was School for the
mentally retarded -
solemnized by the Rev. J. centered with a five.tiered common crickets, grasshoppers Mrs. W. G. Willis, on Mon In Avon Park and buyIng Church will meet at Jr. 1560 11th Street, NE fered to FTA clubs around
Willis Campbell and nuptial cake flanked by candelabra. and cicadas of Easier day, at I pm. at the Baptist school lunches for the 8:30 next Tuesday morningat on Monday, at eight p.m. the country. Projects that
music was presented by Glen United States, Voices ., the Church the home of Mrs. Martin might help In enlarging the
Miss Sue Bazemora was In needy in schools by the Au-
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Gray. membership discussed.
were
Halabrin Jr, 800 West Lake
Chisholm
Gerke, pianist. Moody -
charge of the bride's book. burndale and Haines City
of la
SOD Des Moines, are
Martha Drive Visitors Invited
are
,vocalist and Mra. Don-
Serving were Mrs Naomi Clubs here for a winter holiday Mr. and Mrs J. J. Kaduck
na Sue Elwell organist Sanderson, Mrs Dolores Trees Play Important RoleIn Mrs Robert Brooks, pre have moved to Winter Haven

The church was decorated Bazemore, Miss Betty Adkins, ident, announced that plans Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Sell from their former homeIn
with white gladioli and white Miss Jonnie Sendrall and Miss Landscaping Of HomesGraceful are being made to hold a are spentlng .everal days at Lakeland. They are residing
chrysanthemums before a Cathy Baugh. concert of light classical Mrs. DillenIs
music Islamorada on a fishing trip. on Avenue E, NE.aimiimiimiiiimwutt.
background of palm. The focal After a wedding trip through palms do much to des available should not by a quintet made up of .
point was a seventeen- Central Florida, Texas and make Florida's landscape* blind as to the beauty and members of the Winter Haven Installed
branched candletree. Mexico the couple will reside distinctively different Miss value of our native trees. Pops Orchestra in the -
Gina ta marriage by her in Fredericksburg, Tex. auditorium of the Lake Alfred Auxiliary Head
Wednesday From Hun bun.dre4
Cells Grant pointed out more three
Mr. and Mrs. Braddock
Junior High School
father the bride wore a formal on
gowa of white aUk or. were both members of the when the Garden Clubof species Indigenous to March 8th at three p.m. Admission Mrs. Emerson Dillen was
ganza ever taffeta. The bodice 1963 graduating class of Winter Winter Haven met at the Florida, one may select suitable will be adults.75 cents, Installed as president of the Shoppers' Convenience j | j
was appUqned with re- Haven High School. home of Mrs. Thomas B. trees for any garden .students cents All proceedswill Jan-Phyl tidies Auxiliary
embroidered ehantllly lace. Out-of-town guests attending Swans with Mrs. Richard G. eed. go to the Lake Alfred for the coming year Tuesday
the wedding included Miss Public Library. night at the annual banquet GUIDE TO
Seed ptoarls highlighted<< the Klnghsm as assistant hostess. Popular flowering shrubs .
lace which formed the scooped Judy Moore, Miss Annette Miss Grant a West Palm Mrs. Douglas Cook reminded held at the SunDown
Whitley, Miss Gall Price, native to Florida were also members that Restaurant.
neckline. The dome shag Beach resident, and tree workshops
ed skirt was appliqofd with Brunswick, Ga.; Ed Riddle, chairman of the Florida Fed- discussed are being held each Monday Other new officers are Mrs.
lace medallions la front and W. Q. Cobb Baldwin and eration of Garden Club. Inc.. Miss Grant concluded her evening and Tuesday morning James Pearce, first vice president
Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Brad- address by mentioning there ( ; Mrs Sylvester Schutt,
he back featured a train with talked briefly on the native at the Library to complete
:panels of lace oa either side. dock, Jacksonville and exotic species which are 500 varieties of treea work of cataloging and second vice president; Mrs.
Her fingertip length Tell of vary from dwarf of a few feet found In the United States, checking books Robert Addklson, secretaryand
Ohutoa\ WM held by silk organia to magnificent: trees which and 200 are found, in' this Members present were MM.., Mrs.. ,Roy. .Cro.. an.. IN GREATER
petals with pearl-trimmed Beymer Church attain D height of 100 feet. slat.' tames Robert Brooks, Douglas treasurer.Mrs
Mrs Earl B McKenney George Hickman, retiring
lace medallions.\ She Trees the speaker said, Cook Larry Sutton Donald .
' to successful announced that the Childrenof Sutton, David Scblck president, conductedthe WINTER
earrstd a boaqnet of white Plans Series Ire essential the American Revolution installation ceremonies HAVEN
and bridal development of any landscape David Despard Richard Collins
archlda roses
will put on a skit next week Mrs. Pearce, Historian for the
of the
Of BreakfastsThe plan and one Chuck Roughton, Tom
Miss Susaa Sllvert was
for the children of her
the
Nye past year gave report on
beautification -
home
first steps In a Pierre Jutras and Misses
maid of honor and bridesmaids .
is to select Jordan School. Mrs A. Marshall the past years activities The
project Elolie Kubik and Barbara
were Miss Annette Methodist Youth of
Mullikin presented an ladles have helped with the
will r
that
Whitley and Miss Gail Price. Winter Haven will hold a the survive kinds in of the trees selected location Arbor Day program at Lake Mask annual' election at the fire
Kiss Sllvert wore a pale pink Lent Breakfast each Saturday Shipp School and Mrs EarlB. station, learned the uses of
silk organza gown and carried starting tomorrow for Shade. Is Important because White will present a program the fire extinguishers and how gQCPatHT. 1NRXRNtasy.
shocking pink carnations. seven weeks, ending on March hot Broad- on flower arrangements Mrs. Hancock to drive the fire truck, held CUSTOM
of summers.
Miss Whitley wore light 28th., from lam. until 9a long d Miss Monday for the Junior a kitchen shower for the station BE UPHOLSTERING WORK
blue taffeta and Miss Price .m. In the Social Hall of la Grant a v e said evergreens such ss live oak members Gives Program house and put new draperies
wore pink. Thier bouquets Beymer Memorial Methodist and the Magnolia Guests at the meeting were in the new station With
were of pink carnations. Church. This Is for both the mango and smaller trees such as Mrs Ted Drake, North Carolina Mrs Robert Hsncock presented the help of the firemen and Auto Glass Seat Covers Convertible Top.

Barbara Bazemore was Junior High and Senior High flowering dogwood, bauhinla \ ; Mrs Edward Herrlquez, a program on the orig husbands, a shelter war built Complete Selection of Fabrics
flower girl and wore blue Department youth of Trinity, csnia, etc. were suggested. West Palm Beach and the in and traditions of Valen at the beach this summer,
nylon with white overlay. St. John and Beymer. Each The speaker continued by speaker. tine's day when Phi Gamma and the Fall Festival vss a Hicks Upholstering & Glass Shop

Mrs Bazemore, mother of young person will pay 15 saying that the glamor of Members present were XI Chapter of Beta Sigma big success The Nslvlty 1201 SIXTH IT. S.W. 2M-IM4
the bride wore aqua, and the cents for his breakfast soma of the exotic tree ape- Mesdames E. E. Adams Phi sorority met at the Scene was erected and a song
bridegroom's mother wore The Word. from the Cross Robert E. Adams, H. C. Crit- home of Mrs L. A. Daniel test held at Christmas time.
pink. Their corsages were of will be used for clearer understanding tenden Edmund B. David this week. Mrs. Hancock The Ladies Auxiliary votedto Lawnmower

..... :. ---. and meditation Richard D. Field Ambrose was also hostess for the support Mrs. James Connolly .
. . each Saturday morning. Carl Tyes Gainea Jr., T. W. Gibson, session to run for the Vllage HEADQUARTERS JOHN PETERS
. . Tomorrow the Rev Leo HonoredOn J. H. Gray Albert Griffin, An Informal party will be Commission, on March 2.They TOROAuthorIn -
RYE GRASS King of Beymer will speakon Are D P. Griffith C. C. Halley, held February 16 at the homeof also set up a time-tatle to Slice A Service PHARMACY
the Forgiveness at the Joe K. Hays, Fred J. Mender Mrs James Murphy for help at the election polls. It COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE a Free Prescrip
It'. time to plant now fora Cross. Anniversary son E. N Hudson W. B. the new members Plans was reported that the Sulla- SERVICE, REPAIRS ON ALL ties Delivery
beautiful winter lawn. Lemons, E. R. McKinney were made for a bake sale tin Board will be put ip In MAKE LAWN MOWERS aOUTIOARO
Designed for travel or home Mr. and Mrs Mrs Carl James Oliver Marshall A.Mullikln to be held on February 29 the JanPbyl Grocery to- any MOTORS. tie cIty limit.)
bedroom use is a sllicone- Tya were honored on theirtwenty J. A. Norford Jr, in front of the post office. new. items for the Vilaga. Phone 293-4667 Drive-In
DOTYFARM covered portable \ironing .fifth wedding anniversary C. M. Phillips Jr., W. L. Tickets were distributed to The next meeting wll be HARVEY'S MOWER Window
board which measures 24 by with a barbeque picnic Rsley Fred Roe, Howard the members for the "Miss 'held at the home of Mra. SERVICE m PIsM. 9. N.
I GARDEN nine Inches. The manufac- given by their friend., Sands, Louis Skidmore, Tom Parade of Homes Contest" Carl Heck on Coleman load. 1S1S Mil St. cypress CY 4.1191
and Mrs. Sonny Steinle, B. Walker Earl B. White, Shoppf
turer reports It Is large Mr sponsored by the Homebulld- Those attending the ban-
2114th, .SUPPLYCY1..'477 enough for touch.up pressIng Mr. and Mrs. Herb Viertel John G. Wood and the hostesiet. ers Association of Winter Ha quet were Mesdames Harry

.... ... . .. of flat pieces or drip- and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. ven.Those Lowenstrin Irving McCoy,
. .' Young Jr. Hlckman (
- dry dresses shirts. present were Mesdames George Roy rol.
or
. .
. .
- The party was held st the Glenn Hancock and man, Robert Addkison, Sjlves- STANDARD TV
Young home on Eagle Lake. New Arrivals Robert Hancock and Misses ter Schutt, James Connolly,
Many lovely gifts were presented Joyce Addison Nancy Con- Richard Collins, Linden Stkes, [ Sales and Service on all makes of TV, radio,
to the honorees. Mr. and Mrs. William L. nary, Beverly Gedeon Stan Lena Alster, James Il.nter hi-fi, stereo. Radio dispatched service cells
Those attending Included O'Qulna of Auburndale are ford Griggs Melaine Hausa, James Pearce, Emersoi Dil
GRANTS] Has A Good Job Mr. and Mrs. Colson Tye of the parents of s son bornat Carol Lee Taylor, and Sandra len, George Tbornhill and Carl 41 Srfc St.. N.W. CY 3-3421
Mrs E. C. Cain.
Eaton Park 1:51: p.m. yesterday In the Woodall. Heck.
Mr. and Mrs Bill Sweat and Winter Haven Hospital. The .

children David and Evelyn baby weighed la at eight Would You Like
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Trinity Church Records Set TreeDisposal PlanThe I I I Soviets Accuso-J I
Apology Sent Guest Speaker I Club Joins (Continued From Page Cot)
: :
Homecoming Continued From Page One) protest were not released] >n;

merclal building. The previous Woman's Club hut ,at. are to be removed.The was understood to follow a..:
Slated SundayTrinity Slated For year'i construction totaled onllIU tike Ridge Construction Co. charge of chief Soviet dlsannaJ
To U. S. By T I unanimously) to part meat negotiator Semyoa j
the
Methodist Church will $ million. While residential In the Winter Haven beautification of flames City: will remove Taarapkln that SwttxerW\

observe Homecoming Sunday in \ I 'q'r construction started In the five program In which dead trees at a cost of $1.10 to $2 failed to provide adequate see,1

Ghana LeaderWASHINGTON services scheduled to begin at First cities during the yean was $> and unsightly trees will be removed each, except where there wouldbe unity for conference delegate:
11 a.m., the Rev Ben Blackburn Baptist million compared to $>.1 mil. In a citywide effort.: a removal problem. and that the Swine bid ben

pastor, announced today lion the year before commercial Improvement Complete plans will be an. dragging their feet In MarcUoi
The Community
for Nossenko.Nossenko .
UPI) The Rev. Blackburn laid about Dr. Rollin S. Armour, aislstant construction totaled $13.5 club nounced soon. Meanwhile, tree
Committee of the
Soviet
government of Ghana polo-- 300 members and friends of the pre. a secret pa
sized to the United States for church from throughout the professor in the Department million against $U million. tented the plan to the memo removal order will be accepted lineman assigned to the Turin..

I Ghanaian newspaper charge state are expected for the service of Religion it Stetson By cities the construction bership In a general meeting by the member of the kin delegation In Geneva as a

that American Negro diplomat and extended an invitationto University, will be special was: Lakeland, $11.7 million; Many members have already! Woman' Club.Community nuclear expert, disappeared
were "skunks and judaiei." all local reiidentt and win. Winter Haven, $U million; Improvement UI Feb. 4. The United State lUbe
guest speaker at the regular members have already
A note answering the US. ter visitors. Bartow, $ 1.S million; Haines Many continuing project of the Win sequently announced that he
protest over the newspaper attack Following the service, which morning and evening services City, $1S million and Lake volunteered to help in the cam ter Haven Woman's Club, the bad sought political asylum, and
was delivered to the Stat.Dep.rtment will be highlighted with the pas Sunday it the First Baptist ; paign. The Woman' Club, the Florida Federation and woman' be li presumed to be In AmerU
by Ambassador MI. tore sermon and special music, Church of Winter Haven.A Wiles, $1.1 million. Chamber of Commerce and the clubs throughout the United ca. He Is believed to possess 1m.
It said that a dinner on the la Only gasoline consumption portant nuclear defense
guel A. Ribeiro. grounds native of Miami, Dr. Ar city have made It a Joint pro States. secrets
cannot scheduled to be held lake off ---
'the Ghana government by was slightly In the Employ. -
side. mour received his B. A. de DR. ROLLIN 8. ARMOUR ject.
condone or be associated with ment Service report of business
article." gree from Biylor University In t I The city will oversee the disposal .
the press The church Is located at the Indices. The total consumption
The Ghanaian Times, organ! corner of Havendale Blvd., and 1950, and his B. D. degree from last of the trees, through the Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply
of President Kwsme Nkrumah's Lake Idylwild Drive, the Southern Baptist Theological Education Clubs year was 73 million gallons fire department, which will Of Winter Haven -
compared to 74 million the
Convention People's Party year
Seminary In 1953. He later have charge of burning them. for All Velvet
charged Feb. 10 that Negro attend Harvard University before. The 1963 gallonage Headquarter Types Pipes, Fittings

diplomat Emerson Player who Imperial Polk where he earned in S. T, M. topped 1961 by two million and The Chamber of Commerce will AIM CRANE a Ctmpltt INDUSTRIAL atMk et Pumpi DISTRIIUTOR, Plumbing,
raised the U.S. flag after Accra degree In 1956 end a Tb. D. Hold Fete HereThe I960 by four million, however. serve as a clearing house for Mtthinlul' 4 Industrial luppllM
demonstrators hauled it down (Continued From WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES
Page One) degree In 1963. tree removal orders and in.
The decrease list year was L. N.W. .Luke Silver Whine1 Lei Ira .
1 Aft. .e
was i "Judas" who performeda National Anthem While school, Dr. formation.The 4th St. Reuters
Pettigrew attending District VI Cooperative due to reduce fruit COLLECT 294-4247 WINTER
"disgraceful, shameful act. Hid. Armour held pastorates In Ken. hauling, Womsn'i Club will sell CALL > HAVEN
'"The Ghana government bat Pettigrew asked his audience Lucky and Massachusetts. From Education Clubs of Florida held Simmons said. tags to be pdt on trees that
no desire to subvert the loyaltyof what America would be todayIf 1953 to 1955 he served n i their annual conventionpartyat
American citizens In the. Washington and Hale hid chaplain with the U. S. ArmyIn Nora Mayo Hall last night,
lame way it deplores any attempt taken the attitude of
letting .
Korea.A with the Winter Haven Senior
it the subversion of someone else do the job. He member of the First Baptist
Ghanaian citizens," the note High Cooperative EducationClub CENTRAL.
wii discussing the lack of willingness
he
Church of DeLand la
said. "The Ghana government of 10 people in acting ai bo.t.Approxlm.tel 'TIL 8
many a frequent speaker In Baptist OPEN TONIGHT P.M.
hopes that the embassy will accept STORES"
America to do that little extra churches throughout Florida.Dr. ) 373 attendedthe
this note In the spirit of
that would benefit the country.
Armour was awarded the business session and the
friendly relations which un While he complained of the lack
Westengsrd Fellowship for travel Valentine Dance which fol
doubtedly will continue to develop
of national feeling of some he
and study In Europe from
two countriesIn lowed.
between our compared John Glenn, Glen
spite ot any temporary dif Carpenter and Gordon Cooper Harvard University: In 1951 and The business session was con. THERE IS MAGIC IN
ficulties." with the likes of Washingtonand 1959. ducted by Betty Cox of Winter ,
Hale. These men he said Haven district VI representative.
A placed God and Country before Assisting her were Sue
Big Day Rotarians Hear
themselves. Crowell, local club president, ; ti < "
(Continued From Page One) James Tatum followed Petti (Continued From Page One) and Richard Tyson of Bartow, r\ ; ,, 1 ; AND DACRON
vice president of the slate or '
the
ruahed to Orlando and possibly grew to speaker's platform semester." The student will
payless
St. Petersburg for showingthe enate and gave People a talk and on "How Make to Enemies. Ali than IS per cent of his ganization.Clubs represented were from D i"Y""t: i

same day on ABC affiliates ." total cost, the rest coming from all the high schools In Polk )L'0i BLENDS
local state and federal
there. sources
"N' ever become Interested In and Hardee countlei During _
ABC and Jack Bailey, host remember according to Dr. Lrnfestey the Valentine dance which followed W
other people, never
I ..
of the show, will start plug names-It'a only Important to' To put a stop to rumors, Dr. the business session, music A WORLD OF PLEASURE
ging it on the air next Wednesday him, and always give a sick Lenfestey said he has been was furnished by the Tem
Feb. 20, and will continue insincere smile when talking to talking] to the four-year tnstitutioni pos of Lakeland. MIRACLE FIBER RESISTS WRINKLES, EASY CARE.
a dally plug each day others," Titum said.It about "when" students The different club president
Bob Eastman Exposition general was sheer folly to talk from this college transfer, not"if" were Introduced along with -N.WEAR. WEARS LONGER. COLORFAST.
manager, told the commission about the other persons' favorite they do. He assured "fie each Cooperative Education co
yesterday that Bailey Rotarians that there would be ordinator. Prizes were given
hobby, he aaid. It could f1FABULOUS
will do Industry features to cut lead to friendship, and that was no question about credits from and a twist contest was held. LADIES BLOUSES -
Into the daily shows, probablyin to be ivolded. Criticize but here: they will be accepted at The highlight of the evening

a grove, packing house; canning never praise, and always be a any state Institution. wii i public appearance of :
plant, it FCC headquar- bundle of Joy when a person On the programs that will. be "The Beatles" portrayed by ARRIVED NEW SPRING STYLES ANDA
offered In the vocational tech .
tenth Lakeland all of which Winter Haven't own Cooperative
complains of being sick. "If he
WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF COLORS
nical field, Dr. Lenfestey said
ter In Lakeland all of whichof tells you he feels I bad, tell him Education coordinators:
the show for Florida citrus. he looks bad," Titum said. I that there will be a two yearcourse R. L. Stephenson, L. M. Oldt
Eastman left no doubt the millions On the distaff side, he said In drafting I for local Injduitry W. J. HoUses, and W. R. Pad 9 9
of viewers each day will wives should compare their I with Winter, and Haven under discussion of- gett. 65 /. Daeron I
Hospital
know the show Is coming to husbands with the gentlementhey finials li a course graduating l 35'/. Cotton
them from the heart of the
could have married. Never
Florida citrus industry make husbands feel important, registered Dr. Lenfestey nurses.was Introducedby Presley Gets
Governor Bryant la expected just Inferior to other men you County School Superintendent
to be Interviewed on one of I have known and could have
Shelley Boone, who said
the taped shows-and be will married Titum said./ that "he has lived up to everything LADIES SKIRTS
obviously plug Florida citrus. George McConkey was the he told me he would do: Rid Of Boat ..
Also during Exposition week, third speaker of the evening and He is going to church every
the Florida Canners Association chose "You Became They" it Sunday, he moved to a good 99 i
will hold its regular board the topic of hit talk. McConkey community, and he it building HOLLYWOOD UPI) Elvis New Spring
,
meeting-all members belongto discussed politics and the average ua a college. Presley gave away a $35,000 3
or have representation on person's part In the political Bill Graf gave the birthdays yacht for the third time Itmrs- Colors and StylesLADIES'
the directorate. This meetingwill game. He said that anyone during the part week. Tom day-and this time It apparently .
be on Tampa Electric] Co., who laid he waan't InterestedIn Walker read the changes In the has been accepted. "
and the Exposition will be hostsat politics was fooling himself. club's local by-laws which Elvis first tried to give the
a cocktail party and dinnerfor "Every question U political In were adopted. John Miller Introduced onetime presidential yacht of SPORTSWEAR
the canners. background," be said. visiting Rotarians Franklin D. Roosevelt to the
So with the three citrus organization He said that it was a favorite from Indiana, New York, Massachusetts March of Dimes, then to the *!'/ DACRON 35 /. COTTON
meetings scheduledfor pastime of the average citizento i Colorado Pennsylvania 7th Coast Guard Auxiliary at

Exposition Week, plus the say "they are responsiblefor I Ohio, Maine, Michigan, Miami, Fla.
traditional Fruitmen's Dinner the high taxes for schools, North Carolina, West Virginia, Both had to turn down the SHORTS
Thursday, and the Governor'sDay streets, etc., but the they Is Missouri and nearby Florida gift. March of Dimes officials
spread Winter Haven actually you because you put clubs. explained the charity could not '
could banner reading In not Interact Club members from maintain It with donated funds;
spread a the politic an. office. You 'Duponf
"Citrus Capital of the they are responsible for the the Wihter Haven High School the Coast Guard Auxiliary said J99 to Z 99
World." situations that exist In your were Bob Lang, Francis Teeter regulation wouldn't allow themto Polyester
the and the and Walter Gacelle. Herb Apple accept.
Yesterday'i meeting saw community throughout *
commission adopt recommendations nation." gave n tea and comments. The "Potomac" was finally: i 5 5e
from its special industry McConkey said that everybody Presl ent G.Mead announce accepted Thursday In behalf of rz \
research committee headed should become Interested ) that Ladies' Night St. Jude Hospital la Memphis, LADIES SLIPS
would I held on April 10. Tenn., Presley's home town.
by Bob Wooten of Pasco In politics since it was the ....- --- -
Packing Co., Dade City-and business of everybody. It DACRON BLENDS
take other steps to Implementthe should be a part-time hobby, if
I I
recommendations made by nothing more, he said. New York Stock Report 2,99
Boos, Allen & Hamilton, management All three speakers were evaluated

consultants, last by Individual evaluatori. NEW ORE (UPI) Midday Jobna.Manvlle 8514Kennecott
month. Each of the three evaluators stock p Icu: $0Koppers
This writer will attempt an were generous In their praise Amerle n CIII .0% 8D', COMPLETE RANGE OF GIRLS' SIZESIN
analysis of the pertinent actions of each speaker. Jack Collins, Amerle n Hardware 43Americ Kroler Co. 27% BLOUSES AND SPORTSWEAR
in the regular] Sunday feature Dr. Jack Hendrlcks, are governor n Motors 1644Americ Llnett & Myen 18\4
-The Citrus Scene. and Frank Attklsson were n Sugar 24Americ Lockheed 36,
the evaluatori. Eloy Delgido D TI&T 14414Americ Lorillard U-4 FABULOUS
FLORIDA STOCKS was the mister evaluator. n Tobacco 2814Anacon Louisville & Nashville $414
Here ire the 1 p.m. closings The evening'i program wit a .5'\4' Merck 116 DACRON BLENDS
on Florida stocks is reportedby concluded with in exhibition of Atlantic Coast Line 65Babcoc Middle So VUl 4014
Francis I. duPont and Co.: hypnotism by Chief of Police 1& Wilcox $411Bendix Monsanto N, EASY CAR WASH-N-WEAR
Air Control 21H Munsey Smith. Smith explained] orp. .61-\ Mont Ward 3711 FOR MEN
Tampa Electric 25U the useful purpose of hypnotism, Bethleh m Steel 8314 Nat Gypsum .8
Florida Telephone 28H' and followed with a demonstra Boeing 40 Paramount Plct. 1744 SPORT SHIRTS

Plant Industries 2Vi Borden 891 Penney 4454 A REAL BUY IN THESE MIRACLE FIBER OF ti e

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on the front page of the (Continued From Page One) he Se Ohio 7114Chryale Phillips Pet .7%
Times of London: the company's contribution to 4114 Republic Steel u% 99
"I am sure the driver who United Given Fund this year Cities S rvice 16'4 Reynolds Tab 89\4 2
smashed In the side of my It li five per cent greater Coca.C a 118.. Seaboard Air Line .5
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night of Tuesday Feb. 4 whilst' Tampa Electric. Cone Its 1511: Sinelair W. R
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I i Devil Cagers Play King Tonight, Foursome Event I Olympic Hopefuls Lower A Marks I



Slated By JOHN GRIFFIN chulng Beatty borne In this Other winners Included Bill

I Face Powerful Knights TomorrowBy SundayAt UPI Sports Writer same race last year And his Corlhers of Toronto In the 880

NEW YORK (UPI) Slender best previous outdoor time was In 1:301 Bruce Kldd of Toronto

Tom O'Hara who de.moUshed 31(1: chasing Dyrot Burleson In the two-mile In 1421: ,

BOB HAVILAND Lake RegionThe the world Indoor mile home In the 1961 nations! Jim Luck of New Haven, Conn,
Sports Editor In the 500 In 57.0 seconds, and
record confidently forecast to- I championships,
For the second time this season the Winter Haven High Lew Hoyt of Southern California
School cagers are favored to win a basketball coate It. Pr.. Daily Lake Region Yacht and day he'll break Peter Snell's John Camlen of the Kansas: whose Tfoothigh Jump

dieted to down the King Lions in the first encounter the Blue Country Club will be the let outdoor mile record of 1:5404: State Teachers was second handed John Thomas ((6.foot11)his

Devils did Just that and anticipate more of the same against News- SPORTS ting for a Scotch Foursome some time this summer beaten some sixty yards, and first loss In eight meets.
them tonight this Sunday, another of the "I believe I can do some Francesco Blinchl of Italy

The tilt is the first of two on the Devil court schedule this Chiefhorse monthly mixed golf event where between 3:52: and 1:54: ," was a distant third. ACCEPTS INVITATION
weekend the other being Saturday against Tampa Roblwon. which have become part of the said the sandy.haired, 71-yeir O'Hara stole the headlines
Both games are In Tampa. club'i regular tournaments. old Loyola of Chicago senior from "world's fastest humsn" OWENSBORO, Kj.: (UPI-

The Devilmen and Lions Sponsoring the foursome competition who ranks as America's newest Bob Hayes of Florida AM, Kentucky Wesleyan, the na
to fight It will be Mr. and Mrs hot hope for the Tokyo who tied the world Indoor record tion's fourth-ranked small college
predicted out for the shown
have disposition
came at the bands of TampaRobinson. they considerable tonight. Seeing your
of 60 seconds for the 60- basketball team ,In the
cellar spot and doing Just that, Winter' improvement since opponent break the team scoring Harley Angle and Mr. and Mrs. Olympics In October,
Although the International
yard dash for the third time in United Press ratIngs -
I Bill Rale O'Hara knocked a full two
the Devils. record and Individual )
have won only five games between playing an his has become the first teamto
Haven club held the Knights to Play will begin at 1 seconds off the world Indoor career ,
p.m.
Expected to get starting game mark (Terrier Andy
them while massing a an eight point win, 5244, it berths tonight are Roberson at Owens got 51 points) Is somewhat with a shotgun start All participants mile record Thursday night Overshadwed was a meet accept an Invitation. to appear
record of 11 feet, IVi inchesby In the NCAA south centrsl
total of 34 defeats. The localsare should when a fantastic last-quarter
be
I remains to be seen if they can center Jere Baxter and Bobby less than ego building. ready at
John Vetoes of LsSalle in regional: tournament at Durham
1-12 In Western Conference Improve on the score the second Down. at forwards, and Rick King also knows that the only 12:30.: sprint carried him to a 3:58.8: the pole vault, another of 483 N.C., March 6.T. The Panthers .
action, 4-17 overall. The Lions time around. Against all Anderson and Mike Page at the team they have a chance to detest Teams of husbands and wives clocking In the New York AC seconds by Wendell Mottley of 14-4 for the season announced
have failed to win Is the 1 Is will each make their tee shots meet at Madison Square Gar
a league loop foes on the second try the guard position. Anderson the Devils. Yale In the 440-yard dash, and Thursday their acceptance
game in 13 starts and presenta I Devils have made gains even most consistent Winter Haven Game time for both weekend then decide which bsll they! den.Jim the season's best shot put, 63 of the Invitation made by
1-17 mark in all gimes. I though they have recorded no scorer while Baxter has turned games i Is 1 p.m., with the Jayvee -: with to plsy. The other ball Beatty of Los Angeles, feet, 2U inches by Gary Cub- tourney director William B.
holder of the old mark of 3:58.8but
In the first meeting between wins. In two brilliant performancesthe preliminary\ tilt beginningat will be picked up. The "chosen" : I Mabr .
of NYU. ,
these two teams the Devils overcame I The Robinson offense his last two outings. To defeat 6:is. i bill Is then hit alternately by reduced to acting as starter ner
a four point deficit at been led by high scoring Chuck I the Lions and the Knights all The Devilmen will tUI'III the two players until It is holed for Thursday night's race because
halftime to 48.45 I I Devilmen have their home for out. Handicaps will be applied.The of a foot Injury, was the
cop a victory I Sprletsma averaging 14-7 points I must a game Tuesday I I |
Balanced scoring and i : contest will be high first man to hop on O'Hara'sOlympic Basketball Clinic Scheduled Tomorrow
a 21- I per game but turning In a 23- shooting eye shsrpcned. against archrival Bartow and
point night for Winter Haven I point evening a lots to Manatee | Losing an 106-76 contest to I complete their season against lighted with prize awirds being bandwagon.
center Rick Roberson were the Tuesdsy. The Knights have | league.leading Tampa HUlsbor- Jefferson here the following Fri. made at the Polk County They had better look out for The high school varsity cagers and their head coach Jack
fictors. Lions Riding Association the United States in the metric Deedrlck, will conduct a basketball clinic at the high school. gym
deciding i won 10 of their last 12 games. ough Tuesday the are I day. On Feb. 28 the locals move Clubhouse.
One of the Devilmin defeats!Considered: the conference dark I expected to have their mascot's Into district play at Lakeland I The tournament is open to mile In the Olympics with" a tomorrow morning.
J all Lake Region members and guy like O'Hara In there, said. Attending the clinic from 9 to 11 a.m will be sixth grade
their house guests. Beatty, who himself is aiming players from Garner, Inwood, and Lake Shipp. The following

The yacht club manager has for the Olympic 5,000 meter Saturday, Feb. 22, Brigham Snlvely and Wahneta sixth. graderswill
Seven To Be Tossed crown.
announced that dinner will be Before Thursday night, attend.
served at the main clubhouse. O'Hara's best indoor mile time The clinic will precede a citywide sixth grade court tourna
Golfing attire will be the dress.
was 3:SB.2, which he did in ment beginning Feb. 24.


From Ring TomorrowThe w

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outstanding card of the in have London among the top r .
lesson Is Inked In at the Win three In Canada. I 0a LEAOIE
ter Haven National Guard Arm. Matsuda will be out to make W & ChampsAre
wry tomorrow as Jerry London short work of the handsome Town ft. Country KB. 1414 1314 I

tackles Jspsn'i feared Hlro Canadian and prove that his Tongs Adams Plrtl Pharmacy Malm-tall SS M 14 36
Matsuda In a cofeature to a draw with world sovereign Lou Charles Or,'. Marina (1 85 '
seven-man Wrestle Royal featuring Then was wellearned.The I Bob Jack May Off Ira Bupp. t) M
Howtlla Agency M M
the 601.pound Haystacks seven-man Wrestle Royal Gm rta L. Bimondi SO M
Calhoun. I will begin at 1:30: pm. with Kathryna Shop 41 40

Only yesterday did promoter Keomuka being thrown in along Cypraaa Llntbauih Gardens rn, Ruyara Lanti 47*>H 41 47%
Cowboy Luttrall announce that with The Great Malenko Pedro K. ilurkjr Pet Chirk. S. 4. Never AnAccident
Coder Tim Woods, Joe McCarthy B A B Radiator Bur. 84Vt 514
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team affair against Matsuda ring will be pitted in the night's Kathryn Chop a S7S 3441 Lout.
and Duke Keomuka. The latest second attraction as will the PaYI. .101, 1118.
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ratings from north of the bor- next pair and so on down the r'n F 2024 M a Atklnnon lee :: *: Run products like champion livestock, art the
Rtata Mobil. Champion ,
line until only one remains. As Hcmee,. 0 sot 3371 Joan
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well as banking a $250 bonus Wad Chlrktn S SSS result of scientific planning and production supervision *
the winner of the Wrestle Royal Mfl Mlllla Van Doves 171 4 A'LL STAR will be "finished": for the n Bob Mabla HnwMla Llttla 106 A|.Marllynn nry I 11 Da mall Ml. all the wayl You'll find Villa features champion

night A good night's work In 9'I 4M
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some choice seats are still )Hop Mrttiilra Its toulaa Lalcht
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IN ACTION TONIGHT-Two players that figure In r... Df.a 1S1 441n .
8:30 P. M. the Winter Haven Blue Devils' cage plans tonight ere '. .t>mirh rmlt, Buvora I MlJHSO
Wylftia Carroll IBS tllllan
SENSATIONAL5MATCH sophomore guard Rick Anderson ((221 shooting end senior ...
Five NFL CarnesSlated Wlnrman 491 A< lm. PulMlnr
CARDIPONSOalD forward Jere Baxter ((25)) at right.( The locals face Malrrlala, t MS JMT Jn Rnhlnai

IT For Friday the King Lions In Tampa at (I I p.m. (Photo by Brook Staub 4M IM Wand Smith HI Fat Moody

courtesy of Superior Block Co.) International; r"rr To. e 121
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Town A Cnunlrr' B.al Fntnfa: 1S7S
YORK (UPI) Never Ben Said Greatest SMI Annntt n.nl.l?. IT* 411 ...
Hogan
In Five the history of football have Oaoraa* Uwranca L. almonds 170 Marco 1 S70 Itli Brannannr Ol'nd -

proposed televised games u..
kicked up such a hornet's nest. Benjamin Moor. Paint roller-end Plywood 4x1' Pegboard panels' ]

The reverberations shook Professional Golfer Of AllBy ms Monet UAnni paints; $5.45 tray sets; $1.29 up panel: all typesj 791 ea. up
.4t both the professional and college W Lerrs gel. up $3.5 up
ranks alike Thursday when Odn Ln. Inark Bar 14 1Wlntar
11 4
Haven Laundry
the American Broadcasting OSCAR FRALEY I'm not blowing my own horn ('yp..... Gardma Lan.i 11 4
Company confirmed that a t'PI Sports Writer I'd put myself and Jimmy De- Hand.. Hardware 10.11 4Butrhar
Boy
sponsor his reserved time on PALM BEACH GARDENS, maret pretty close. Not too far ....... Turn !fo. 14 1 aBlniar
the network to televise five Bnwlnc Machine 1 aMooaa t
Friday night games In the National Fla. (UPI) Ben Hogan still back after that I'd place Berman Taam No' 11 S 10Cmw.nn

HAYSTACKS CALHOUN Football League next must be regarded as the Barren (the defending Ollmora 1 Pontlae Prtnllnf S'4 S: 10 l"'i +

season. greatest golfer of all, little champion and Henry Ran. Mooaa Taam No. 11 4' 114Mooaa M .
MAN ROYAL T..m No S 4 13
SLYIN- _
Asa Dustmen, executive director asserted S
Paul Runyan today, som. Rainbow Boat Baal I
S2SO TO WINNIRWrattlar of the NCAA TV pro- Voids Dalrlaa I tButrhar Hooks for Black I Decker Glu Bird white Spruce shelving
because of the championshipsbe Runyan who won the PGA peg }
4 IM 147 E: Kn
Milt Is Thrawn Illmlaota Oren gram said the action was federal In won against first rate fields. match play championship In 330 Ml va BOT Mx'.. Team N... 11 pp 0 board; all types; power teelij heavy duty glue; 1x12" 19'/ c
Tap hag Rapes le M opposition to a 1961
42S JIM P. Thr.lk.ld 164 E. Bennett 2c ( I 11.17 Heap lin. ft.
601PoundHAYSTACKS statute which said the NFL "I'd have to put Bobby JonesIn 1934 and 1938 and took the 407Cvprana. up up

CALHOUN could not sell a package for second place because of Seniors back to back In 1961 Bar' 4 SOO OanVni 1SOO D P tjn.s: Eannnlll"Knack. 31S
Friday night or Saturday game J. Mortl S7S ... Ollmora Pontlao
smaller and less talented and 1962 la "hot" at the Masters
.
17S 487Handna
telecasts within 75 miles of a 0 444 131S a Roufhton
fields," Runyan added. "Be Hardwara S 541 1K31 M.
officials for not Inviting
college game at those times. bind them It would have to be I rVhmldt 310 f M ... Team No. 13
The National Federation of the PGA Senior champion to 48* 143S A. A,... I'M ant
State High School Athletic Associations Walter Hagen Gene Saracen Mrs'.. Tram No IS 1 418" 1303 SHarrlaon .
-I" and Tommy Armour In that or compete 17J 431 ... Crowion print.In .
also issued a formal der." "They tell me then they'd May* I 4M 4157 131: P. Faepl.a US J. continue to watch this paper for
jrotest.
NFL Commissioner Pete Rotelle > No Arnold Palmer or Jack have to let the Senior amateur Bin Sewing Mh'' 1 445 1223S.
Adams 154 505 v. Cypres. Oar. of the of
Nicklaus new opening
five telecasts in he ssld. :
denied the champion too, den lanes 5 4" 1310 D. M.Inlg
"Not at this time, said Run.
II" 122.
and
MALINKO constituted a "package" yan, "because their careers "Well what's wrong with M...... Tarn "ft. 14 1 B4S 14M"" ttlAundrY .
gave[ his assurance the 75-mile that?" : >, SM .a Wlnt.r Haven VILLA'S VILLAGE
JOE MCCARTHY radius would not be violated. have not stretched over a long [ I Ml 1H1 D. Junk 315
Besides, he added the television enough period. Eventually one "Little Poison' as Runyan C. W. Doll B'l.
PEDRO GODOT network would contract Individually or the other might go all the was known In his days on the JIj High scratch garnet D.. U.lnlf in the
with the clubs Involved way to the top but certainlynot tour when he played wood shots HIg1I aerate" ..rt.: C. W. Dean new

TITOCARREONend In the telecssts. The now." like a Stradivarius while longer .24-

league office would net be involved Preparing to tee It up next hitters were using Irons, l'OaTUI1I1 UArrE Southeast Plaza Shopping CenterVilla'
TIM WOODS he lIid. week In the PGA Seniors Chimplonnhlp thinks that Snead's debut In W I

Officials of the Columbia for the coveted Teich- the Seniors "will make all of Club 3T 10,4 1 1t'ntr.l ''
Losers In Royal Return Broadcasting System; which er Trophy, the outspoken Run us shsrper." Armour A..Co NO.1'e
Oaa Co. IWrilht
for presumably purchased "exclu- yan said that Sam Snead "All of us win give It a keener Elactrla I' Village if a division of
.Iv." two. TV rights to the should not be a great favoriteeven effort." he looked shead. "A Armour Co No. t T IJoa
Thrto One-Foil Matches year Davla ...n'. Waar S IBwirt
tTL's regular Sunday games though be Is making his four minute mller doesn't break Co a 4
had no Immediate comment debut In the Seniors and that four minutes unless he's In witha Bordo Product 4 5 VILLA LUMBER, INC.

the Masters Tournament should good field that pushed him Polk Anhurnd.l Nur...,r...... 4 4 5 5
automatically Invite the PGA That' the with Sam
way us. Anchor Bar Iii 10'4 Y
I STOCKCAR Senior champion to Its tourna will find that us 'old fellows' Valda Dairy 0'
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Little "Honey Pot," who ear- can handle. Maybe more." 5 17.
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tiresome round said that the better shots better and my buoa :307, V. Slaniiy 205.i .
year-old Snead should be poorer shots worse." The higher .

SUNDAY AFTERNOON about a 4 to 1 shot when he percentage of bad shots, he
leads a field! of more than 400 contends are offset by greater rVtttA't.\

..tot Of.. ........ II NMReMTIne "over 50" pros Into the Seniors. knowledge<< and Inntlnct He also INSURANCLl

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DayNHht cares
I $25. CY 4-1421. 104 Ave F, NB m, CnmmodM. Godfrey Renmlii. I, SB. CY
Mrt.-Cooper; 1..11 1962 CHEVROLET Biscayne CY H411. 171 Ava A. NW. 1-TF U-Feb S) bout*.refuter meat:: and saw.adding food machine.chopperread : PHILCO refrla-erator cheat freezer,1245 119: 15.. Kevlnator 1961.. ((12-C) Mortgage Loansuiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig

pines w. are moving In I week 4 Dr., I Cyl, Auto. Trana. See at Refrigeration\ and LlectrlaBervlc Zi-nlth 19" Portable TV. Term

to Center1 the vs new prefer. Bouthtut not lo move Shopping our MINIATURE Aniwer to!: n.m.red male. Bnlta'l Dirtiihiin' '. Mine- Air Cond. Only ,. $1715 ALUMINUMSCREEN Piano Tuning & Repair E" and*. )Sixth I,. Jim Street Loaey SW., Avenue 14-1 ELLSWORTH 293-1620: 12-1 $

present. itockCountry In, elnr Sunday from SOil rirrr OPENING SPECIAL Light fix
St. Lak Alfred Uf No. 2044 Reward 1961 BUICK 4 Dr. Sedan turn. Flectrlral luppllee Iodine YEAR LOANS
Club Beauty Salon FR 2-1760. 14-17 Air Cond, Auto. Tram. ENCLOSURE AWNINGS Eitwrlrnced gradual technlcltnBRllifnrtlnn : FREE:. UNUSUAL OPrOKTUMTIES I Flood Llfht. LESS THAN WHOLESALE E LOW INTEREST RATES |
Ruamnteed -
UMINVM DISCOUNT : : Tool. Old mini, Antique
1615 Dundee Rd. CY 81639 Good Buy Only.. 11495 SALES CO. INC. CY 3-WM 281 ESTIMATE For appointment P'r.nchise Bait Builnenie and mine. at the Gopher Hole Swap
phone 294-1895 Donald R Jones, Franchise' No' Smoking Fill = . here'i why wt havt s
(((5)) House Trailers bIb St.. BW. li-Uar. 13 26 Shop on 1.1." 17 In Eagle Lake
touch 1961 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. BelAIr 1381 Kth 8t, NW. 27Feb lH1Qu.m = a superior servlct. E
In
KEEP your servIceman JAN TOMAeleglntered
I! with all. th* Hometown tint t>raendlng 5 Cyl., Auto. Trana. A B.ade4Phoii. reconditioned. work.
him the Winter Haven NOW SKI.UNO. full lien of SKYLINE Only ..... ..... .... $1595 HEARING AIDS Home Improvements IM4HM 1.1.: ,* :9M763 uniform Not pre-nackaa-ed men's See (1) Insurance eompiny 5
Daily NewChlef Special rate MOBILE!: HOMES. Palm (Bonded by Coiuolldattd In*. Bern ) what you buy All (lie* and colon = funds which provide s
r I month |3.30. Call CY Mid now Shore Mobil. Village Rt II taut ofLake 1961 CHEVROLET Biicayne 11-TF $1.01) per suit. 115 Ariana Ave.Aukuredule. = mortgage loin 5
TFE mODe
-
J _ _ -_ Alfred 11.1! Acre.. from Conlinen.tal :
4 Dr., S Cyl. Auto. Tram. POLK HEARING CENTER: ft Screen
Painting Windows FOR BALE Body Shop, Equipment Can Ce. 1I.Tr E at lower intere.t B
FOR SALE: Furnished Spartan Radio, Heater. Good Cokar Bldg OT led Bt, NW R.pal... Carjmntry . With tea**. Phone Auburn E rate.. EE
-SPEC1ALLYfor trailer and rabana Good priceSee Buy Only ...... .. $1235 Phone_393-169 FREE ESTIMATr Jack E. O"Ii dale WO T1590: 30-tf Try Dladai Tablet formerly Des.aDIet .
yon Jamea Wtlliama, Lak Peer BALES SERVICE Alter I.00 p.m. 2BM632. (2) Savings it loan funds :
Trailer Park. 13-11 REPAIRS LOOK! for ..I.. Me' high- new name mm formulaOnly .
""I1AABOCI"'Pllbl'oa I960 CHEVROLET Dr. BATTtRIESTF war frontage motel reitauran ISO. Anderson Drug 13-1 E offering termS siE

Impala Hardtop SERVICE and 3-bedroom 'home: all furnIshed I long si 29V4 yean
Wave HOmIER noxra.: : TREE Only IW.000. Coral Motor Lodge FOR EAIIT. quirk carpet leaD- E and our loan coati
NEW A USED TRAILERS . I Cyl., Powergllde. and Restaurant, Halnei City leg rent 1:1"11'10 IIh.mr only -
Trade for anything nf value. Power Steering. VACUUM CLEANERPARTS Phone HA 3-1871. 14-30 $1 00 p.r day with purchase of E art Invitingly attracE -

TRAII CYPRESS.FR SPAOl(:ARDENS FOR RENT MORI!.,B. Only ...... ......a $1595 I 'TRIMMING INO CABLING CAVITY.RE-IIETTINII.DF.MOB80 Blue ware. Lualre. John Roland Hard.1.1. live.
E (S) FHA and VA sonB -
HOTEL II unit I eld.
Entimatre.
Free yean
PARK 4 TRAILFR SALES STATE rlran-up
1960 CHEVROLET 4 DR. Sta A SERVICE for Klrby.Hoover Compete = down. Location UPRIGHT plane for sale cheap
RD. MO Phone :293-4946 13-14 Electrolux and all ethir Call LUKE TREE SERVICE' 170 000 IIS 000 Beit gags money at towa -
Call K4-11M after I:M and
11.3085." U IB Winter Haven CY 55370.iTI p.m.
FOR SALE 10'.50' IMS Pathflnn Wagon S Cyl, Std. Shirt. Free pickup, delivery and .climate C1' Uil38. weekend 14-17 eat bai mocigageloan
Front kitchen: l.hedreom. 4710 Real Clean Only ,, $1395 REYNOLDS VACUUM = coats.
New Tampa Hluhway. LaManil. CLFANPIIE: R vIe III. Phone FOR HFNT Fully equipped B
Florida.1 U-Keb. 14 195* PONTIAC 4 Dr.. Air CY KKkt. a-Mr I Painting Papering Drive-In raitaiinnl' Hunband and (10-A) Boats & Motors = tfiit'a why more and

FOR SALE 11181 Great Lalifa Conditioned Me RepairingL wife meet operation n.......".Small Call CY rain 4-2928 Invent-for = mON people seeking prt
Deluxe 40) a 10. aluminum front Car, Only .......... $1095 DaILY AbVCKTMraaOBTS further Information. 14-1' = pert fInancing AMI
_
kItchen 1-brilronmi. rERFECT 14 ft. Ski. Boat M HP John motor

Gt a "!A.p'' alit of spring with anew CONDITION. Bank available 1959 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. tesrjLTi J McCOY QualIty workmanihlp. .> NEW. Clean I apartmenti with fur- and trailer Excellent condition Town &
1m 00. 293-1249 11-17
fashion eolffur* 12fl1WI 00. *<. at 517 Oakland Sta. WKH., I Cyl., TRY THE LOW COST (art. clean and 'UOD- nlehlngn Plus two warehouse. CountryMortgage :
Road. Auburndale. 13-11 14S80. III Price 123500 US AT*. A. NW' "
able. Phone CY J'Streat. John..n. .
26 HP 1I.ota control.and
BEAUTY WALK WILL TRADE: 1957 Mercury convertlble Auto. Tram., Only .. aDDS StBVICC DimtCTOItT J.n..l'b1 VUlas 11.TF 1S1IkltrhMt tanle. ::183-1'182. UollI I Corp.

158S Hivendale CY J-7411 top ihan. for noun* 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA -- -. -. -----I -. - FOR RENT Rap at Roekelle, A E -Sine 19 o-

trailer equal value CY 4-113. 13-14 Station Wagon, 8 Cyl.5Auto ready Inquire. Good at going Rochelle bo.lnaea or calm _. (I loA) For Rent Unf. E m MaraelU CT t-lMI S SnllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllrf I

INS t-BEDROOM Champion 4 Trana. Air Cond. 1-1407.; 1-14
CLASSIFIED DISMAYtMnty n14. Fumlnhfd Will fttanr Automotive ((8)) Automotive
month (
.. ..... (8)) .
*. 1807 Ave G, NW tRvart Only ...... $1395 ,.
S-BEDKOOlf CB kouM for rant14M
I r. JLyaun after I:00 p.m. 1311(5A 195S MERCURY DR. ((10)) Articles For Sale NB lib It. 17100 month

Hardtop Auto. Tram. WAGON 294-263S. 33-TF ((13)) Real Estate For Sal. '
--
a --.-- ( ) Moving & Storage Clean. Only o....... $695 SPECIALS II cu ft CM refrigerator yellow 3-BEDROOM tmfumlehed house and
left hand door. Good conditionISO : apartmenta ItI6 00 and 1511 00 .

W.t.k .*] IMPERIAL MOVING STORAGE:. 1957 BUICK Dr. Sedaa .09. CY t-3804. 1-14 Aim fumlnhed rental ATICINIMAlo Second Section

Only ...... .....,. $595 ElUTE CY 4-1119
Junsisu bps Prompt and efficient service for RUBBER: STAMPS For check: 17"... II
all your moving a. d.. Call endorsement denature. Now Open In
CY 3-4194 for fn>* aetlmatea. 1957 RAMBLER Sta. Wagon. other purposes also. dating 3-BEDROOM. 2-bath home. BE: Vnfurnlihed .
IT Feb. 17 A. nt. for Atlm Van Line. Inn IEONAI REAL
Auto. Trana, atamp arala pocket
nerving all BO itate 14-TI1 Good Buy At ........ $395 tamp*. STAR PRFR8 Phone CY ESTATE.: CY 14117 CY I-24S5 14-17 SUN ACRESPick
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS) 4-3229: 1U Ave A. NW.' TV

294-1447 Services 1957 OLDS. 4 Dr. Hardtop "91" 1961 CHRYSLER Newport C FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO
((6)[ ) Special VIED TV BETS A* la. Takeyour
Meeting County, Health Tuaaday Department, 1:11: P.M. Fully Eqnipped.Closn. Sedan PS, PB, torque pick 11000 *acb, JohneonAppliance with BUY OE- I- built..drno"-In"... 1-1/10.00 bath house per your tot now while the

Ird Bt and Av*. D. NW Only ........ $595 flit tram, one owner .0 Laka Alfred r2-11H. month with 60% applied ...Inot election II good Beautiful high
PO. Box lOliA CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND STIMATTAtI down ravment. McELROY BUILDCR8 loti with plenty of .hade trees
ALTERATIONS Blind stitched 1957 PLYMOUTH Z Dr. 1961 DODGE Polar 4 Dr. Sedan 29J4254. 31-T1

(I- Instructions modern. CY -: =.nL Mr 1010. HickoryNW Edna Hardtop,. pnly ... $345 PS., PB., RiH, (ac. .uho fllO almost 00. cy 1-4821.new wringer IS-II LOOK I completed homes still

) IIrb.....,. 84 Feb. 23 'ONVERTIBLE tory air. Local car .., ROLLAWAT BEDS Baby Bd Jew, an brick,' 3-brdroom 1-bath available in aectloa one.
1957 METRO. .
home
In quiet suburban neighborhood
WAREHOUSE/STORAGE: SPACES Sharp, Only ....,... $495 1960 DODGE Dart 4 Dr. Sedan HighchaIr 'bala Saw. Built-in kitchen 21* TV In- LOCATED silIca West .! "...
CO rr
rollehen U
FOR all type et busIness enameLmajorIng . Unite 11" x 22. 110 00 month Floor -
eluded. Call CY KMO 730IBEDROOM :
In Secretarial. AccountIng 11' a 28'. 113 50 month. Winter Ha- CHEVROLET PS, PB., RiH factor RENTALS. J60I AT. O. NW. ....TF ler Bate M eld Lakeland
Typing, IBM keypunrh rail von Bout Storage 42nd Street NW. 1957 STA. WGN. air, local owner. boom* and faraga. Road State) Route 142.
WINTER HAVEN' BUSINESS CY M293: 17.Feb II t Cyl., Auto. Trana. Near Lake Silver let.00. Phone

COLLEGE,'394-1163 or com by of- INCOME TAX RETURNS MADE Only ".- .....,. .. $495 Jerry Plckard's 1960 DODGE Dart 2 Dr HT.. FLOOR,. lump.Sample, etc Sofa" II. 00 rhalra'A up table ::19 -1843. 1411kBEDROOM
lire 435 A venus B. NW' 28-r.b. 31FBEE
atick ihift R&H. Term. Warehouse DAN WINTERS
Furnitur Balee
File early for quirk refund H. J:. FRAME HOUSE. Da-
: : INHTBVCTIOf! CLAM Pollard 741 Carroll Ave Phone 1956 FORD 4 Door Sedan Special 12 SIb It., NW. 11-11 ran. IV month. Dar 293-ilsil
for Trl-Chem liquid embroidery CY 3-8729. -Feb II Standard Shift .... .-. $445 195J CHEVROLET BelAIr Dr. night 293-SMt 10Ujwi lauder Developer
and painting. Tuesday, February Powergllde extra clean. USED!: REFRir.ERATORI: . cr SMI
aith .CY 218. 14-17 1961 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE Ran.... Washers Dryer .BEDRooM hili'''' 'orlrlc .,.
1951 FORD Dr. Hardtop
.1111tn.bl'
Winter Haven Drafting Co 2 Wigon. White with red In. Freeier TV Set Bt.....* beat HIS Ave.NW. Jerry Mardls CY 4121114TT
All types Commercial A Only ............ .. $3J5 Floyd Roberts Air Conditioner. Reconditioned :
Help Wanted Rraldentlal drafting terior. Power ateering. fully guarantmd Term
f2)) Satisfaction Guaranteed 1953 OLDS. ".." 4 Dr. Sedan power brakea automatic From 19: 9S A Up. JOHNSON ONE: b"" .. In Earl Lab for rent
Drawn Bldg CY 4-1421 MotorsYour APPLJANCFS Lake Alfred Unfurnlihed. Corner lot ..1111rl.nl SAVE SAVE SAVE:
..... .. $39S tranmlulon. air
Clean Only .. Factory
STY Phone 173-1139 Nit.. 37J-1510 ehad Attic fan let A Bay. By Owner. S-bedroora built-in kl>>
A Word To TJie Wives condition "Dodge Dealer 33-TF Eagle Lake Day. CY 3184. NIghts rh.n. dining area, lane .living
NEED YOUR GROVE PRUNED 1951 WHYS Station Wagon and Sunday 393-3077.: 14-TF loom terraiaa floor. large utility
Call CY 1-1257 Will contract by $195 81 Ith St., SW CY 14111 FINING mom carport Lot 71 s 126.lnulb..t .
Overdrive Only .... mom sot Table 4 chain,
to .... ...... LOOK! $2,395 / Section. 14(1000 dowannme .,
If you need money buy scar tree We electrlo pel pad*, China cloeet\ buffet Tap- .
house, furniture. Earning 11..17 Used Truck Buys WAGON Wahneta entry tree with deal. |74 tIE ((12)) For Rent Fum.I 13-3421 mortfafa 113,100. Phone 1J-14
BaptlH Church CY 4-3XM
with PinckneyOldsmobile
AVON.
$2 to $5 per hour evening- 14-11

Call now. Writ .i.P.O.Box Winter Satl.factlon Haven Floor Guaranteed Surfacing Co. 1953 FORD" ton Plck-Ue SPECIALS I FOR RENT Two bedroom furnlahed Trade In

L. A. MOUT2 I Cyl. God Buy I ROOMS of fine furniture. Take apartment, cloae-ln I Imme-
1 395 Call 111 I. FIrst It. Phone CY 4-TO1: over payment of IS M per week. llata ..Ina on seasonal" ar
or 13-11 Only ,..I..........., $4.5 Used Car Lot 'nrludln; refrigerator A range*- year round baela. Cull at HIS AT.. No Qualifying
682-4137 Lakeland .Ike n... Warehoue Furniture A. NB. Phona" 383-1370. 11.TF
INCOME TAX SERVICE Return 1963 CHEVROLET H ton I159S Corner of 3rd St.. SW at the Sales. U Ith St., NW. 11-17
12.14ROUTI prepared. my office or I ROOM furntahed duple apartment : S Bedroom, Lg. utility Built
'ou.... or In your home by appoint 1958 GMC H Ton Pick.Vp water tower. SEARS BEST 30' electric rang All elertrle 111 00 par week In kitchen only ONE YEAR
: SALESMAN wanted Age ment. 1300 up. Phone 172-1049 4-14 Phone cy u.n window oven, *te. Three yearn forth Lynctoburf Road phone
25 U 60 CommIssion plus company New Tlret Only .... $715 -14- old Like new condition. $10101. 98-7301. 13-11 OLD. FH.A. rinaitced, 7900
benefits, Group Lit. Accident : EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEEPING 411 Ave A. NW 13-11
Retirement Apply SERVICE: Income Ta> Phone :IOOM FOR RENT with private per month.
and Health Lake Wire CY 4-11(0. 1111 Are. T NW. ll4U RAMBLER CLIo88IC. 18.080 II WESTINGHOUSE: refrigerator I entrance private beta. Cln*.

Drive*Border.. Lakeland.' I11.44._12-21 3-Mar. t CHEVROLET miles..822.Br own.r. Like now.CT 10.16' ro 29, -124'ft .Eicellent condition. |Vim 11-11) n. CY -J32.4 4-TF See Allen Dowd at Tract office

and Saturday ALTERATIONS Women.. Children .- J.BEDRooM house furxl.bed 501Ave. 26th St. and Av. A. SW.
WAITRESS Friday
'. 9M/ CHEVROLET HT VI. AT. CHECK lIT
In park car.. and Moos. Aim mending protector almost nrw L. Nil.
oils Alan man .. ... 971 RAH Mint condition. Solid White 142.M. :
One bartender needed Phone FR .at. etc Maude Atchlaon CENTER Maytag 1943 MO 00 Old
3-1407 ..18 B.una Vlata Dr. FR 2-2137. 13-11 CY' 1-8964._14-17 19 M HolIday. aicellent condition ONE Newly Decorated tarnished JOHN Q. WOOD
84116 00. I73-I7M. 13-11 .""rtmeat&. HI Areau B. SBCY .
CLASSIFIED DISMAYSERVICEMAN I 94 COMET Calient Connrtlbla 1110017TI
((6-A) Animals & Supplies Anbuntdal Winter Raven Lou than 3tflO mll .. Can be financed &ASSOC..Inc.
I3IMOO CY 3-d.iM/ or can Inwilixwwwvvvvwv .AKE ALFRED Nice ricanlarge
WO T-2117 CT WIG be .een at 2286 Ava. C SW. 12-14 apartment." moo to W5 00 Developera Builders
PRINTING LEXICONNO. month for I to 4 adult I Inrlude all
PUPPIES R.,. Chihuahua. J Bill Ward's tilllle and .... of laundry b,,_. 2M-2S17 Phone 83130
Good opportunity with R.g Pehingesi. Miniature Pachhund 1959 XAMBLFR Ambassador VI. FR 3-1461 33-TF
*. Rrg Whit miniature Poodin. I@ @) AT, PS, FB. reclining Mate. I: PUTI HJ
leading Pelt Control Or.genization. Monkey. Perron, Tropical 210110 mile I cellem tin*, new I Special SPIRIT LAKE Apartment" PVtrat
Previous rout Slab Complete lIne of pet A b....... seat cover. sInce new [ Semellmel, cetera <* .n .*. j jrvle bath and entrance. Call I331MIla TOTS napEcnox TOTTED<
Pet Buppllea at DOTY FARM A Private party CY 1-SB97. 403 (thBt. 161 RAMBLER AMERICAN I inns N.. 71) M I I. now. 13-14 Bedroom black family room.
xperlenco helpful but notneeeuary. lARDER SUPPLY, 2M SIb St.8W .. 1114t .. NW 14-17 prtnkltnc ytem. 137 3th St..
thai.
12-14 4 door wagon. White with .i.met term U liven; t.lih'.w.iht EXCLUSIVE area between Lake NW. Jioooo ell... "rm"CY .
Applicant with SPEEDOMETER Tachometer: matching interior. Stand I (las ",,.,.1 aheaD Elbert and Oils, 3H fumlelied 1-4480. 13-11
neat app..ne., Initiative THREE on* female AKC Complet* service and new cable 1 .....! fir tr.niferrlnf Imaf. rooma all electric air conditioned.araga .
..ral'4; Dachshund pupplea IBM FLYMOUTva Door Coupe L A J Btrvfc 164 ith St.. SW: ard transmission, radio, I t. pIper so *a afftet areitl.ka Suitable for teacher or
and willingneii to work Fine feature with all ihote. Bid Trans .Mon new uphol4 CY .... 1TF9M beater, real clean Sa Newt.Ch.al Ie( I urea. Muel be seen t* be a prre. PRICED TO SELC
can advsne within cur S.. them at 3401 Hickory StCY m>nr, rubber. condition. CY set. elated. MO 00 Ml Ingleby Dnre
3-7830.: 13-lt 3.4.343. 13-14 CHEVROIFT Super Sport. renlly l l..t.llln 13-11
ergsntzatlen. Good Incen- laytona Blue 337 300: HP. 4-pe.<). 'LOOK $1,095 Large clean 4 suit apartneat
rranemsnt. RAM VERY GENEROUS DISCOUNT TRAILER 1 mae ...1,. 11000 Completely furnlihed. Ownef
tins pay To Trad. 1M3 PI.YMOirM 4 Dr. I CyL,. Ca.ll trade or term. perB ...._. Sierra Court Motel
((7)[ ) Buy or
Bread program of om. AT, healer ,._ fll)1IVI ) CY M9M. 14-11 PinckneyOldsmobile Hwy. IT North. 34VTROOMS will financs ,

.* benefih. Aga 2IJS. 19BT PLYMOUTH .,. 9ft3 CADILLAC Sedan 1591 00. APARTMENTSDowntown. '- GENE COOPER Bcf. la'ebor
.' Only applicants whe WE: BUY a4 appliance and fur- Auto.TiaI f346 RAH new battery, good "....., Week or month. Very.
allure and w* sell used appllanee 1167 DODGE! OIrir om RopeS equipped for air conditioning alc. Reamnabl CT 4-I54S. ...T, Lake Alfred tn-lUf
can wtthitand thorough and furniture Brook Appliance liT.. : to. Trana.. Phone J9MM4. 13-K Used Car Lot I 11-TI'
.
Inrsitigation need apply. A ,..raitu... 2951 llarendale Blvd BAIt I10 FURNIRIIED apartment doee-tn.
1TFAAK IISO DODT.B t4 "a Pick-up $171 I ITON FORD plr"- p. Enrrllenteneidlllon Corner of 3rd St. at the Call W P. Tech. office. TY3fcUt. ,
For Appointment HAMMOND teEn: (CAR 537100. CY HIIIL IS-U water tower. Reeld at CY 3-31140. 10TFJIKEFRONT flOG vow
: FOR ORANGES CRAPED Ave '. Winter Have I I BR. CB Hornet -.......
Telephone CY 4-3201 FRUIT. On. tree or more urenwd 3410 eY' WS64 E. .r CY 3-lul 954 FORD V3 RAH new paint Phone CT 1-7S47 l1a'.es..w It4-lMf j furnished apartment" HARLES McCOMIC. K*(. Broker
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and sent Excellent rondllloa. -
Dealer Telephone CY rover First floor Adult only _2141 .
I-47M: alter f.00 p.m. 1-21 111 IUOO. CY IA 14-11 14- 730 i.ratk* HikeR 11g. Ull 1-14



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MAINTAINING A HOME Nice 3 Bedroom Next To The RESIDENTIAL LOT close

In New England and mother In, corner (4.6 ft. front. In t

in Winter Haven U burdensome Home. Owner with .lake.la transferred icon at and out ofatratt. at Water, $100 Down block of tins homes. j qw1 s14

to the widow owner SO her Iowa and want Ala with ,
family Z
I ,. a
An brick I bedroom
him. .. :
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furnished horn In NE Ht "' large living room
rqulaita built-Is
I dining area, bulll-ui china cabinet bath even and rente A pair of fine lots close to
Winter HIVeD it BOW on the with glass doon, one air conditioner Gelling heat park your "HOPE" Presbyterian Church
.boat at the back door low ..
market. Th. outstanding feature anallow will with pump for --- -
to offer.INDUSTRIAL
U the big cut.front Florida lawn. Drive by 9404 Avenue B. NWtake Price of 111 MIl 00 Bee thus today Open .
look tad 17074 monthly plus tares
call
a then for price
room, but the whole place term.. and Inaurance.ATHERTON. .t iHlT It ULAZ MISS KAiauKNt COWL IN, MISI SWtssl-IM
evidences excellent taste and lot on 42nd NW. t UMKySt le.APue IMfO DO A TCiniTURNfKOM fool I CAN PINS WORK roe
LOVELY I BEDROOM HOME Nearly an acre Of eleven such NAhN4A SX& S A HI4H TRtN HAM $1 S0MLON1 OP VOiJ oe S5CTWULAROLIALIFICATION,1
perfect care. vn V nom' lSS&t THl MCtlf Uf VOUK NU TtlTHl .
Jurt counla, tracts this one only remains JAN-I MtAN, MM RACKURN11&V iNfitriSl
For further Info and for a showing rwhip one child, walk t. tOechoole available. AIOUT WHETHIR IAR Bfll.4 i |

call Electric rania, automatic OR CIRCUS WORK PUTS ON(IBBU. nSvillON fOML
washer, bullt-la china cabinet UO R1eALTY < TMl BEST MWCltl I X'Ja. tSXASttlAUf' .
Avenue J' SE. Price
I1ISOO.
VAN DUYNE 200 ft. Lake Pierce frontagewith t

LOLA BUSH Associate white sand beach and a O .
Real Estate & Ins. Phone CT S-MM 254.3234Is..ter flowing welL
a Grace Alharte*. a alt
175 TT., Central 293-4114
EDGAR T. HALES 14- OTHERS

14-16

Realtor e. ,

FOR SALE JUfle Range AriaModern Sit Ave A, SW CT I.MM Very handy FLAY whop GOLF atM VAN DUYNE i
t bedroom homei ? AVENUE: J.o'k.n
160 Don |M per month CY 143U New MEDALLION HOME: with t Real Estate & Ins.
CT WOia. 4-TF bedrooms, 14 bat .. AU electric
.li
kitchen ceiling hut. .large roar 175 W. Central U3-41U
screened godded front lawn
LOVELY: LARGE I Bedroom Span- porch
210 LAKE: ROY MI Chain vary with underground Irritation. Largo 1214
lib Type borne CyprM Gardens dtilrabla location Lovely CB home, 71' i leo' lot Price only IIS.BOO.
Arne. Florida Room Central a-btdrooma, a tlla bal.... Every:
WOO down and we pay closing ALLOVER- wHAT TNEYtONT
Heat lll.MO. CY S-0014. IMF room .".dou.. Largo wooded lot I. }Rpic YOU NEARTHAT, IN114E 10uwlll
""
and .... Owner will aell or 1_. OPEN SCKDAY i u a r.M.BARRISCONNABY Legal Advertising wove *10541, IILb- VIO f ANDD NOW TIAR OOWPe1HY'U.61VE NOW' OFT 6OR00NiTHEVOCI ChIAR11AN$. INTMEIR WIND MFYER
Air eondltlonad. CY S-74IL U-1S wE'RETANINO ERASE
'pUIN yp !
LAKEFRONT 11.100 INC. 10 MAR6PORT1 tillNISTeRINOIHMER NAMESDNANSiSIII 7HEYvI LEFT R STREET. ITI
I/am Down Payment S-bedroome 237 Third St., 8W MM510TF E g 5(4110 mn.. Ann HONE{
Florida room. OC..II." porch BUSINESS ft BOMBCOMBINED >etlre Te Credltere UKI VULIURE01 THE NAMES AND HILL5I ....
bullt-la even and ran,.. Tru. lakefront IN THE IOI.NTV:' ItDOZ'1: WILL NEVER
no road between home and COURT IN AND FOB FOLK Dlr. roe.
lake Wt Sooth Lake Doer Dr PRICED UNDER tl>4.,. OVERcautious : tOl.MV: FLORIDA ::c WILL ;EVER
CY M77I after ..00 p.m. t-1T I Best value on Havendale Blvd. appralaal. I-bedroom (Mar IN RE' ESTATE Or
tar approx. Unit) 1 the bathe rARJUNOTOWDeeeeeed n
WILLIAM ROY
with plenty of parking area.
broken the floor In Florida room
BRAND NEW Spacious office or tore area .kltchrn bullt-lna aaphalt shingle To All Creditors and Pereona Baring o
on ground floor and large 2 roof terraiao noon utility. room
lot ..t.... OWNER Clalme or Demanda Against
carporte. large
I bedroom IVi bath borne.Builtin BR borne or additional office MM Helma Rd, 81!:. 14-17 Bald Eatate a arSP s.r
all electric. Immediate You. and each of you are hereby o
,
range space on 2nd floor. Excellent
notified to file In duplicate all i
occupancy $300 Down for professional building Terrific I c: claim and demands which you z -

..M per month. buy for sale or long term A home of vraatite and 1I1< lease. Call today for further condition. One owner prop Roy Farrlntton. deceaaed. In the ,1 9/11" em:
Call Jerry Mardla CY 1-1218 or office of Richard A. II"''''''''. County -- ___._
Invited
Inapaetlon
Information ert, Upper taana.
Judge, at his office In the CourtHouse ,
DAN WINTERS offers wanted. WIU take at Bartow. Florida, within\
EDNA WATSON email house ai down payment I els calendar months from February
CY 11433 G,.... apartments roar el lot. T, :.... which la the data of 1714 10 T940 T-e AReA 1St Eve A VSR)' !PIP OP' HsI 10iJ MAY OSTA1C Tom.COMPLSTBL.1r .
rrZt REALTOR Out of State owner. the tint publication of this notice. A4OVIN0 WALK JIIKAADV SV.N LIOMT.eIT I PLPASUI COMPLBX COM W 7.eiILLUMINAT.D
121 Itk St NW CT 14141 lie A... D, Nl Each claim or demand must be In tDtD TIME TD C Musr OlaNATeW'y
I 10TVST I writing mutt state the place efrealdenca oNr Ttip! I DON'T PROM 1la MlTALLK
LAD ALFRED Tory mat IS- .end .poet office addreeeof MONI 3 VVALLlANDLSILIN./ '
1-bedrooiR borne with Florida room, tie claimant must na sworn to !
living room, bath, kitchen and dialog OWNER' nicely furnished I-IHtcI- and moat be tiled aa aforewld, or sHT
area cloeed-ln back porch, FOR SALE -b droorn CB koma retirement homa Built-in else same will become void.
large raran and located for maximum privacy In room furnace attached Ruth F. Cooper
:: conditioner,
: r.mGJ air gas
W I 101.Nicely Blltmora Bhorai oa apacloua, well utility room auto AdministratrixUTRAUnRN
view erf laka. Nice retirement home. landscaped lot with underground matle garage...h.r. close to etnrte.rhurchea SHARIT 4KALOQRIDI8.
Extra lot available for rood far- trrlstatlon system. :: payment large lot wide etnrtaPhone Attya.3K9 .
den epot. HMO ALFREDIREALTY. to be arranged. VA loan Auburndale WO 7-1M7. 1S-1S Marnolla\ Are
S-llTl. LAXE of SM4& P.r month Including tasei > Winter Haren "..,
11-1. and laturanca. 141 Hickory 14.10 ft Alt,.. for Admlnletratrls ""

NW. Builders HomeLakefront Feb. T, 14. n, M. 1W4 o

RANCH REDUCED TO BELL
ITI save ef Improved paatore land NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION or INTENTION TO 1

I large W__ t-batha, fully 4-bedrooms, air conditioned 1 Can be bought for less than tlXAL DIHCHABOE FOB
equipped modem kitchen Including central heat. Near new Cypress not drive out and IN tEl ESTATE OFANITA
cost, why
dlehwaaher. Double
garage 4 of AKIN,
Itfully air eondltloned 10 Garden Shopping Center. Large see what can be bought for Joeo..a
miles from Winter Olivia Price corner lot. Will sacrifice for so little. 1 mile East of CityLimits Te All them It May Coarsen.
SMOOO Eicellant terna U be errailed. Notice le hereby lven that t
sale. TERMS to suit |
quick off SR 544 in Rochelle have filed my final report aa Kaacutrlx (tD UH-J MEAN I CANT WHY DID OU TeTC
buyer PRICE $24,000. Gardens of the estate of Anita Da- POKRY LIND VOU A FWE, TITUS CANBV VVS I100
WARNER nAtTY kin deceaeedi that I have filed 2z / ABOUT JtDININ3' 1'170 YEf! TITUB-WB PON'TWAVB HAVE NO POKERS / JV9Tf
II Mk am. TO CT can CY t-mi Phone CY 16(11 my petition for final discharge. and ,JIdOS F VS''RL ONI- OP COURSeWlljJ V/A6NT/
$54047TV that I will apply to the Hon. Richard PLAYING IOK1fR
HAH ONE/ \rHINKIN<3f
1316 A. ", _"County Judge of C) 'i J-
1416 Polk County, Florida, on the Sth
PEW deal t .partmlDta-with furnlanlnci day of March 1M4 for approval of 2n
I-
DOWN buys attractive
Plui two 110000
warehouaea.H.eOO.
the same and for final dlacharea aa
.... PrIce bedroom nomo S6) 1" P.r month. 1-beth borne In a
US Ara A BEDROCK Loeeutrlx I of the elate ef Anita 1
....., REAL ESTATE CY 'j
to
1J.I. 5-0151ACT cellent condition ecrrea Dakln/ doetaMd.Tb'i .
S-J444, MS A... C.1..17 IE: of lak.. stoma iCHOKNTHALER llh day of February. ISM "c::
A COMPANY J8441J3. 1417I4AJ 11 Mab*| C. Kline e
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYMODERN Eierutrts of the eatate

$ 100.00 DOWN ( ) Lots & Acreage fir T>c Anita...ed Dakla )!

ROBBY A. WEBB .
house 1301 J7th St. N.W. P O. Bon 1JT7 ;!
Frame .
MR. ILOCK HOMI Winter Haven ".. Ipi r1.I/M u
Total price $349300. Payments ARE JULIANA Attorney at Law
well,
I with carport., built/ $46.00 per month. Go by and Inspect I electricity ACRE.Lakefront barn 111 drop 000 Feb. 7, 14. II M, 1M4

'In oven I itova, match Call or write D. D. New C. F. McCOMIC Reg. Broker

Ing refrigerator, drapery. ton, P. 0. Box SOW, Orlando. :3S3-2MS: : 114PirVATE NOTICE: OF INTENTION' TO oft
BfGISTEB: NAME ,
PHONE GA J1J4I Notice la hanby riCTiriOU gives that the ,1 I III(/" WHAT USEVOULD t 3ODT
nrtenlfited Intenda te register BLONDIEit A NOMANI dl DON'T DH 50
Here T. Clot Estate 19-UtBEDROOM. IAIEFRONT: LOT with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof I i v "w< HAVE FOR VARNISFNNGIII i EMOTIONAL dIin j
100' i '4" deep. Weat Lake' How.ard Polk County. Florida, puroU.lltI W64ERE IS MYSHAVING V A MAN'SSHAVING
IW with liMitar Dlrxt dialog mom Nearahopplnf CY 4-Ula. 14-17 SDMI, Laws of Florida, rM THE HALLTABLE
hrli41
Good 10 11101I..oo.ln&
center. < Acts i Lxlelatura aa amended USING BRUSH? wITH =
1'.2" NIT TO ISTATI Ir
City No city la>ei I1RUSHT'f
by Chapter :M780. Lava ef Florida
1117 21th Srratt. N.W. $ i-a22 1417BY CHOICE RCIirDENTIAL: LOT eCypraaa Aeta of 1161 Laflelatura the rNO IT
Oardene Road. Owner L DEAR
Phaiia 23-4342 t-Tt flctltloua name, to-wlt: Gopher 0 ,
will finance Call 3M-KM
OWNER New .-...dronm. I- Hole Swap Shoe under which they 1 a -
bath, double workahop. are engaged feuelnaaa I oa Hwy
:.rrr.'w.
21 it It NW. payment.CY loot t W LOT with 1> ran.atn 17 ,tn Eagle J ., Fla d
li-la 14614. >.. SI MIl SCHOENTHALER I Levin A. and A. Suianne White
4 COMPANY. JS4-3133. 14-17 I Feb 14 21. 3S March I. 1S"
FOR SALE OR TRADE for equity! ON CHAIN or LAKES Hew 4
One :3-bedroom house on .lake and bedroom S bath home 40' O
cavort
all I room and bath cablni SJunt ecreened porch. double
done over, I ad repair, JM2241gllllllllllllllNIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIMIIIfjj 1..11 dork Road.Want CY elda a-4"40 take CT$:aX.>..M. .Hoover 7-TF- ARTICLES FOR SALE i

".114 1 1IT
; Air Conditional


I Let's Figure jj jjI Home-$400 Down


I It Out | OUR PLAN is SIMPLICITY
Total price of this three AND,TO PORESTAU. H 2".t'
ITSELF. WHENEVER WE
ANY
| Close by to in I ss bedroom nicely located GIRL IN THEN THAI SEE A SUSPECT FOSDICK ANY H'OPJCCnOWS, I IWt'AVEH'OBTAINEO .

: Southeast schools, this Every home Is $12.500. Down pay CLASSIFIED THE WORLD GENTLEMEN IMASVOLUNTEEREOTOKIMHtRii OP THE i
THIS ROYAL
ment is only $400 and the
:s nice CB 1 bedroom, ss KISSES IS OUR :
: 1V4 bath home has Just = owner will pay all closing : LIKEHRI! CLURII PERMISSION.!.

:s come available Th. s coits. There Is a full tile READFR r:

= big 18x20 Florida room ss bath inside and a half bathin MY DUT't 'QroAh+,shit.e.

bat a smartly styled g the utility room. Other SERVICE SIRS

5 white brick fireplace EQuality features include a combination oo
kitchen appliances EE air conditioning and

and lOll of other furniture EE beat pump unit. Urge 100' !za 1 wr. /

will remain At the E 1105' lot, and the owner .r
E low total price of $18.200. will redecorate inside and aa.t. + xrWON'T
W. are looking for I buyE outCall ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN IS DAYS V

E er with about $2.500 cash EE MIKE NOLEN today

above th. existing mort. E for an appointment to tee FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD t'c-- .
5 One look will =
gage this home 5 0 5 5
5 convince you of the value E

= here Don't hesitate = Notices For This Department IT

I CanMLCOLM E LEIS BROS. i 5TRBTtI4.

TETKEAULT Is Realtors Limited To E HENRY! ..,.

Eves. SOB. CY JM7ITOWHICOUHTRY= 120 Sixth SL, NW 1, IteM far .... *, strop te fW I. Ne I..... N. c..... mvols.

(Opposite North Gale) .. f 21 ef .lee ...
| All c.M. 0
_
214-1117 fl n,
| t U Were U.lt 1 Naj t.
n Eve t Sna. 2M 21 .. Aeh meat r. brewgkt Ie N i
117bt311boA3 riUr Seth AL { .'

: a a.U411iJ1l1AJlL l rrtW'fi111I'I 3. 14th _Ice Milt c...... tile elejeeJfl.ej' awnejrraMe/ vrlrtee

f..""III"11111111I1111I" I 10-12-13 phi.price. .S sushi-ffsds: .ddee.hid tel.d. ... se .11M I. whh pey.esf t y

tile .. .,. .. la aeVewce .
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY

4. N. eemiwrcW .eV wiD" 7. N. ftttM, erd.es, It-oh
-1Ife4. ,
BEAUTIFULGARDEN L A. will nil II ...,.,.
.
.,.

GROVE : -Ii- GOOD TKAT *Toll lug.tt Joit:a t'aWnwlns, 'Rest.rest. o,5Perturbed )c

SLfPFER CIFAIt.Good condition.WOOD. GAl STOVE. Good condition IIoMG, Tike WOULD NSClRS onward thtc Jh lira M gongs spiritlJKAKSSFIAXI 'I UI .
NEAR CYPRESS GARDENS 2SM36S after 100 p ra. 130: .00. SM tad Bu, Lake Ida. QUOTATION, TNSMSARiGT ZaOi morning was soma talK Wjln I f'i

SO- 4)Aeh avanirj gees it clones 1tAnil.t, 1.5. 1
IMMEDIATI OCCUPANCY OR PERSONALIZED DESIGNING. TWO Ertnnda a gallon fuel tanka' ao- BOtttthlnJ 49&a, 1 '
MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY. INTER GARDEN -ROVI with hoaa eonnactlona Real BOAT Trailer tire 130/420 1''', 4 big etPn.d&: nljjbt'B rapoaa* > ", t
nOM STATE ROAD 140 JUST ONI.HALF MILE EAST OF food buy. |1) H each. 2mm 430 bole wheel Never bean luadBargain tovoritiov Trig
CYPRESS GARDENS. lilt Btreat. BW. I3LOO. :3M-437, 430 Hat VUlays juasmltH f .

111'IIt SW. C s.i ,

John G. Wood & Associates Inc. Variety Handmade' of QuiltX110 homemade M jalllea- 158, ..looup. 00. r i
171-1X11 Lake Alfred. FIOEON8 Buy 1 pen straight {g Y
while fantails, 13000: and fat C '
IUILDERS DEVELOPERS HOMING PIgeons, .Ion apiece or t pea free. CV 4-2MO ....ntn... tai /
ewe for .lie 721 Mth, at.. NW.
Phone CT .T7IL Billy Plelchar.RUMMAGE .
2'J.'U'
MJ-2S17
BALE: Antique dt...- HAMSTERS S '.mal... 1 mala.Breedlnc .
C.. chair- 1....<11.. elo"'ln 5-111 care and email cage t -.i i
I :M07 Ave. Q, KW UUar after I.00 turn wheat 17.00. CY 4-3eW a..n- : E
J4-JO ,.... 11II.. r



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CHURCH Rev Ralph OF JESUS N. McAllister CHRIST The Church Of Your Choice WESTWOOD BAPTIST MISSIONARY

Oneness Fall Attend Bod And Arenoe G

I .3 th and Avenue M, NW Old Lakeland Road

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Ed Witney, Pastor
WorshipOOpmYPC IU: a.m.-Sun. School11:00..m.Montag
11:00 t.m.- Sun. -

7:00:: pm.-Evangelistic. Meeting: Meet LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange ,E. N. HUDSON CO. 8::4S p.m-Tralning Worship Union

Bible Study I:00 p.m.-Evening Worship
7.45 pm-Wed.. JOHN FISHER CT1-J1JI
MATHER 11
National Bank
ASSEMBLY OF GOD BEAUTY SALON FURNITURE A:1i11,: ; YOUR HEmODISTDUNDEE


Cirnell Eagle Bruce Lake, Pastor FURNITURE CO. Winter Haven Finn REALTOR Charles Roberta, Pastor

Rev a.m.-Sun. School 126 ThteH.. Furniture a Bidding a Cir,.ti 11:00: a.m.-Worship
1.5: Worihlp. "Hem* .f Qveltfy Furniture"M gW a Drap..I.. INSURANCI/i 10:00 m.-Sun.. School
11:00: .-Morning 131 W Central ) 8:00pm-Methodist Tenth

7:00: p.-Evinselistie Serv. lens a Ave. .J. NW. ..... r;;: Dewitewu Winter Hews PIt_ CT 44202 OF WINTER HAVEN Fellowship

Tuea.700: :p.m.-Mid.week lervlct C'l1..... A SOS Pop Ave.. N.W. Member F.OJ.C tice T:00 p.m.-Wed. Choir prac


INWOOD BETHEL 7;30 p.-First Wed. of each

ASSEMBLY OF GOD It'. "Fingor-llekin' Good" A'hieevl.ue t* the Caere month Women'i Society of
The Rev. William D. Let .I Yew CWke nil Week Christian Service

Pastor 23.IMSt .......... BEYMER
..1 .. MEMORIAL
.
:45 .m. Sun. School .' METHODIST
err ere w WELCOME WACONr
Worship
11:00: .-Morning Tel N Lake Howard Drive

6:30 p.m.-Christ Ambassadors 1
Service '. .. .. .t .. .,.., 1:30: a. .-Worship Service
7:00: pm.Evangeli.tic Servo ... wM dY.1 .., 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

Wed.: and Praise ... ee..1 M 5:30: p.ra.-Methodut Youth
Prayer
7:00
p.m. F Fellowship

Service 6th St., NW. 244.2235' > d Pholle 294.2'" 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
DUNDEE w' 130; p.m.-Wed., Mid-Week

Across Street From City H.H -.e4: Service
Rev. Leland Holland The nursery win be open for

., See. Ralph Diane all worship services.

10:00: am.-Sun. School The Publix Market ST. JOHN'S METHODIST

11:00: a.-Ministry of Word ? t Cypress Gardens Roadat
URGER ,
T:45 p.m._Evangelistic Serv. QUEEN Family a 1 / I N.rth o.a Lake Roy
Wed.: r Ihpplnp C.narI Rev. William Tiffin, Pastor

1.5 p.m.-Prayer Meeting DnFe In SRw d yA i 1.5: a.m.-Worship Service
,, "whenY
EAST SIDE NI1AAelt r.A 4 \ /hopping 1.5: a.m.-Sunday School

Dundee Highway, Lake Region le N.w. D.N tpv.D a A 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
I
Sub. DivisionR. IRt I ....".." 5:30 p.m.-Methodist Youth

Paul Wood Pastor ( L1r pe Fellowship

10:00 a.m.-Sun. School '* + a ELOISE METHODIST
11:00 a.m.Morning Worship r Rev Troy Hatmaker
6:SO p.m.-Youth Service Third Street

7,30, p.m Evangelistic Serv. ., STARPRESSPRINTING 10:00 a.m.-Sun. School
Thuri. Midweek C .
7.5: p m- 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship
Vrvlce 1:30: p.m.-MYF

tTAHNETA FIRST ASSEMBLY 1:30: ->.m.E"'enlng Worship

lit 8th Street ; FIRST METHODIST
Pastor ttt IUSINESS
Leon Boswell Lake Alfred

1:45: a.m.-Sun. School Worship e4;,: ; J INDUSTRY 'Church of The Lighted Cross"
a.m.-Morninl
11:00: Rev. Darold N. Storm
7:00: p.-Evening Worship 1.5 .
GOVERNMENT : a m -Church School
Tuea: Tampa Electric Co. (AU Ages)

7:30: p.m.-C. A. Meeting Nursery class during Chrucb
Wed: School

7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting II:00 a.m.-"Vorahlp Service

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTH GATE _t,., W Nursery during Morning Worship

Comer of Ave. G, 2nd. SE CITIES SERVICE TAI CHURCH FOR All... The entire message of America's astronauts has not *
Rev. Emerson Jones, Pastor All FOR INS CHURCH yet been deciphered. Parta of It still lie locked within metro. 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship

10:00 a.m.-Sun. School When menU, and most of It still Is hidden in the Infinity of space. t.. (Juniors, Jr High, Sr. High)
Church litho hctorwrtk
The
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship sac I .. for tht bulldini tmlMl tt ......- :But we are learning, and we might sty that the astronauts lit. 'Jncol. \ 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Worship
lI.m.-Womlh' Missionary yea teachers. \4. Informal Bible Study
1:30: 4r.deo.aduwtleItr.dr.d are our .
.
..
.. 8 30 .
Council hot* l iplritaKl MhM. Withoutrtranf : p m -Fellowship Supper
Serv. tho lost. I Church, neither --..., Many, lII.n11ean ago there was another treat Teacher, The Last FrL each month
7:30: pm.EVlDgeU.Ue ear dvlUuUon ... ........ Thmtna and Ills message la still being revealed through faith to the
7:30p.m.-Christ Ambassadors COMPLITi.ALIONMINT. .>", ".r IIND re low ........ why .,.,, mind of mankind His message la the path of the Cross AMERICAN, NATIONAL FREE METHODIST
Wed.: *hould otumd orals Men* lANK 293S LakeJfred Rood
the eternal tits
to
path
.., tarty nd th. Church.
Dinnle Tewneend ANA ouppmt Thqrin
services
Midweek ,
7:30 m Rev. Chadwick
M.mb.r I
: p F.D.hC
testimonies special prayer ark St. N.W. CT 1.1707 : (I) For bio'own ook* (2)) For But where do we find our Instructions, our IrleftngtWhat Donnally, PasterRev.
hteohlldraii I i tuprrarrk.) Madam Donnally,
.e t earrr oommunity uid nuns It) instruments can we use to discover this message for Associate Pastor
LAKE IDA tt- rt. of ur Church HMf, ourselves rOM will find .1." your tkurtk this Sunday.
Bev. Olla Lake Pastor BANK OF which Mrio hl>mor.1 ind nvUrkloupptMl eft. CewnYe Leap >:45 ajn.-Sun. School
We all know about Cape about 11:00 .
Canaveral
Plan to to to church ntu.hrly now tracking : an -Worship/
: a Virgil.m.-Sun.Pope School, Sup'10:00 Bible LAKE ALFRED .nd Md jour Bible(.tally. stations We are discovering more about outer apace CHEVROLET DEALER 1.5: p.-Christian Youth

Study We know too about the Church. let .a use It then as o VOLUME SELLING Crusaders.

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship fist our guide, our booster, our thrust to HeaveD 0 GOOD DEALS Youth 1.5: p.m.-FrH Methe di8l

Evening Evange- 'Lf |
7.5
: p m -
i a GOOD SERVICE 7;30 -Evangelistic Service
IstleThurs. .
!llJ1 ,
TRINITY METHODISTCHURCH
:
: CopyrltM 1964 Ktutir AdvtrOtmi Strvic Int,S/nu Vs.
r
7U: p.-Prayer meeting :: .. ....:: : Chevrolet Center

BAPTIST Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Rev. B. R. Blackbnn raster
Psalms 161 I th Se. I.W. CTJ.JUI 9:45 m.-Sun. School
DAVISTAR BAPTISTRev. MEMBER FA.I.C Deuteronomy Isaiah Matthew Matthew Gdatians Colouisne
Lester E. Miller Pastor 1:1.1.0: 37:7.11 2:1.11 1:13.13: 7:24.39 111.14; 1:14.30 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

Blwy. 17.N. of Bartow Air Base 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship

10:00 11:00:: a a.m.-Sun..m.-Morning School Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School Nursery and available morning worship for Sun.

Union 8::30 p.m.M.Y.F.
Training
.
6:30 p m.-
7.5: p.m.-Evening Service Your FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
WINTER HAVEN
THE ttNMAl ElICTRIC:
Wed.: ATTEND( THE TORT Morrison'sCafeteria Sixth: St. at Ave, G., N.W.
7U: p.U.Prayer, Bible Study Contral I LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev. James R. Blackwood,

DUNDEE u de. Of Commerce Pastor
Be k CHURCH OF YOUR
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Rev Robert Farrow, Associate

11:00 1:30:: p a..m.m.--Morning Training Worship Union IDdJ'ey' Di::: : CHOICE SUNDAY t e t letDINNER 11:00 1.5:: a a..m m..--Sun Morning. Church Hour School of

7:30: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic I Worship
7:00: p.m.-Each Third Sun.
HOME OP City Drug Co. Thrifty City _- w aM All Klrxta o' luildlno Merer!.! Presbyteera ,
7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice af ., Church
Wed.: QUALITY I JIM SCOTT KarmaeM' 1111 It. IT. H.W. CYM* a W. CNn l Ave. av _.Of.. co MA"M w.c, .\:.4s: III Nek- RW1Mni1CT 2111 12 Women:IS Noon.Association Each Fourth Moo,

7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting
-- 1:30: p.m.-Each Second Tuea.

EAGLE LAKE LAKE SHIPP 1 1Rev INMAN PARKBaptlet CHRISTIAN It MISSIONARY FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST CHURCH' OF JESUS CHRIST RIFLE RANGE CHURCH Men'a Council

Rev R. W. Waterman School, Pastor Harry Ross 1 ALLIANCE CHURCH SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7:30 p.m.-Each Wed. October,
.
10:00 U::00 a a.m.-sun..m.-Preaching 1.5: a.m.-Sun. School 180 Slith Street NW Rev. G. Blair McGarveyW. : Ave. L, Near Sixth St., NW (Mormon) Rev J. G. Williams, Pastor June Mid wk Chapel Service

(:IS p.m.-Training Union. 10:45 a.m.-Morning Worship Rev Ormond Wolfrem Pastor Fred Schopke Jr, 8.S. Supt. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School pupilsup 1158 9th. Street SE 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School DOPE PRESBYTERIAN

7:30: p.m.-Preaching Service 1.5: p.m.-Training Union 1.5: a.m. Sun. School 1.5: a.m.-Sun. School to 20 ;ears of age. Elder James E. King, Bishop 11:00 am.-Morning Worship Cypress Gardeaa Road
7.5: p.m.-Evening/ Worship. 10:43 a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.-Church Services 8:30: -Priesthood 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship at Lake Ina
FIRST-OF ELOISE Wed.: 11:00 a -Morning Worship 1:30: p.m.-Youth Groups I 1:00: p.m.-Wed., Testimony 1:30: a.m.-Tuea. Relief Society 7:30: p.m.-Tues..Prayer Meet Rev. William H, Downey Pastor
Rev. Walter E. Matheny, 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 6:IS Training Union 8:30: p.m.-Adult Bible Study MeetingThe WOO: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.-FrL, Young People 9:45 a.m.-Sun. Church School
Pastor T:30 Evenfog Service 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room la located 1:00: p.m. Sacrament MeetingNo 'i Service 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship HAVENDALE 7:30: Prayer Meeting and Wed: at Ave B and 2nd St, NW. evening meeting first Sun 5:30: p.m.-Junior, Senior High

1:30: p.m.Training Union Rev. Douglas P. Jensea, Pastor Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Power of eacb month. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Youth groups
7.5: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School prayer CHURCH OF GOD Wed: KINGDOM HALL 1:15: p.m.-Mon., Girl Scout

11:00: a.m.-Worship Service RIFLE RANGE Avenue E, lilt Street SW 7:30 p.m.-M.I.A. 2211 28th Street W. Troop No 33
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Service T:00 p.m.Training Union CATHOLICST. Rev. Melvin A. Gilford Thurs: 8:00 1:45: p.m.-Second Tues, Men'a
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11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 5,30 a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Holy Day Masses:-7:00, 9 a.m. Irwin Cutler Rabbi 1:30: p.m.-TIIurl., Senr. Meet 7:00 p.m.-Thurs. Boy Scout
Training Union. 9:45 a.m.-8un. School 7:00: .m.First Sat.: Troop No. 565
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1t5: p.m. Rev James N. Baraett, Pastor :- : 34th Street NW Aa ust Bernthal Pastor Captain W. Whittle
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FIRST-OF 8:30 p.m.-Mid week Prayer 9:30 A J. Duncan Pastor
Pastor 7th St. and Ave L. NW. 1:15: ra.-Adut! Bible Class 1.5: a.m.-Sun. School
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Worship Junior Church forages Rev. J. G. Drawdjr, Aaslstant HOLY COMMUNIONFirst 1:45: p.m.-Young Peoples Is
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Chi Rho Fellowship (
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FIRST-OF Evening Prayer BROADCASTS League
men and women 7:45: p.m.-Evening Worship I
Range Road 10:X a.m. Grace Sun Wed.
WEEKDAY SERVICES Sermon
1:00: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic Wed.: : 40TH ST. BAPTIST MISSIONRev.
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145: a.m.-Sun. Service 1:00: p.m.-W.d., Prayer Meet.log Chapel ; 1.5: a.m.-Sun. School Rev W. E. Wright 7:30: a.m.-Holy Eucharist 11:(.. am.-The Lutheran Hour 7U: p.m.-Pr.yer Meeting
11:00: .m.-Morning Message Thursday WGTO (540 kc) Fri.:
Bible Study 11:00: .m.-Preaching Services r:00 a.m.-Sun. School
8:00: p.m.-Training Union CENT ,'L CHRISTIAN 7:00: pm.-Training! Unlop 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 12:00: Noon, D. of King 1:30: p.m.-The Lutheran Hour 4:00 p.m.-Junior Choir
7:30: p.ra.-Evening Sermon JAN.PHYL Independent Friday: WSIR (1490 kc) 7:00 p.m/ Boy Scouts
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Wed.: L B. Overstreet, Pastor Dot Lake Blue Dr. NW Wed.: Wed: 1:30: a.m.-Holy Eucharist 10:30: a.m.-Portals of Prayer SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST
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34TH STREET CHURCH OF CENTRAL CHURCH FAMILY WORSHIP"
Rev R. D. Hodges, Pastor (:Up.m.-Training Union 1:30: p.m. Christian Endeavor 2504 Ilavendale Blvd. 11:00: a.-n.-Worship Service
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:30pm Located between Ave J It K B. J. Chea'ham Minister Bible Study : a m -Sun. School
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180 Eighth Street SE Conley, : Sun Radio
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W. KlUlngsworth Pastor 7:30 Church el the "DIU, Word" I. Ave. Z, NW Rain or shine. 10:50 a.-Worship BAPTIST TEMPLE DUNDEEJack
10:00: .m.-Sun. School : p ra.-Prayer meeting Onlta J Meyer Minister/ LAKE REGION: UNITARIAN Elder W. C. Chandler 8:15 p.m.-Adult Bible Study Thomas, Pastor

11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship METI10MSTELOISE3RD Sunday fevotional 11 a.m. UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP 10:00 a.m.-Bihle Study LAKE ALFREDPRESBYTEIIAN 8:IS p.m. Young People 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School

1:30: p.m. .Christ Ambassadors STREET Toes y Music Club I Lakeland 11:00 p.m.-Preaching Service 6:15: p.m.-color Society 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship
7:30: p. .-Evening/ Service Rev Paul D. Swisher 421 E. ark at SuccessSunda 3140 Troy Ave, S. of Glendale 7:00: p.m.-Preaching Service Rev. David E. Dletxel Pastor 7:00: p.m.-Serv. of Evangelism 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship
Wed: I 10:00: a.m.-Church School School: 11 a m. 10:00: a.m.-Morning Worship I Wed: IU: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30pm-wed., Midweek Wed:

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