Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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The Citrus JACK GURNETT SceneBy Winter Haven Daily N n ra

The The Florida Citrus Reporter


If and when the Florida Citrus Commission acts TU City Of 100 Cakes 'You Always Read It First I In The News-ChTSFe J Citrus Cepit The World

on the recommendations of its management consultantfirm

People Booz, Allen &; Hamilton; its industry research VOL, '53-No. r 118 I WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA SUNDAY, FEBRU R F 4 PR? EN CENTS
study committee and its own administrative committee,

eliminating seven staff positions totaling $124,600 a
Vy ED IERND JR. year and replacing them with 13 new designations fora Tanker DepartsFor

QUESTION: What measures tab of $262,000 annually all I can say is-Look out I
would :you recommend to cut Violence Rocks tPfus
down on the alarming number The new."table of organization" calls for a general

of traffic deaths in Polk manager at a maximum salary of $40,000 and other 'Gifmo'With ,

County positions ranging from $30,000 down to $15,000., The

Bruce Canova Jr., student, The current general manager, Homer Hooks, is paid
St. Petersburg: We need more S25OOO--and he seems to be extremely popular with WaterPORT
four lane roads The road
between Winter the current commissioners, and if and when the changesare

61 Haven burndale and, for Au. made he ,will probably stay put-at least until a EVERGLADES, Ha.UriThe Turks Poised To StrikeCONCERT

Instance, Is just new administration takes over in Tallahassee. ( United States started .
' two lane. Many We can recall some 15 to 17 years ago the commission its water shuttle service- to
the Guantanamo Cuba naval
patient.drivers get This im reached out fora, highly trained citrus and vegetable base yesterday with, dispatch of

causes Iota of merchandiser as advertising manager Granville a tanker loaded with 4.S million

accidents, because Rutledge was lured away from his long-time position gallons of water Greeks
ao many :with the Kroger grocery chain at $18,000 a year. Now, The shipment was the first Appeal
drivers drive so since Cuban Premier Fidel Castro
slow others try this writer knows he had some shortcomings, but he cut off the water supply to I

Canova to paw. The only lasted about four months and the cry that he was the base In retaliation for the ToU.N.ForIntervention

read should definitely be four making more than the governor was the straw that arrest of 38 Cuban fishermen
in Florida
caught poaching
laned from Lakeland to Winter broke the camel's back and caused him to be turned waters.

haven loose with one day's notice and three months salary. A Navy spokesman said the
H. E. McCormick, retired (Continued on Page 24) I tanker Suamlco cleared Port
from oil business, Southeastern Everglades early J yesterday
Missouri: I noticed one thing morning and is ;scheduled to
NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI) *:
that I.'ery, arrive at Guantanamo Monday
very hazardous: Suspected Thief Navy Lt. Cmdr John Cassen, New fighting broke out in southwestern .
many people violate the officer In charge of water Cyprus yesterday'

atop lights loading operatioaa here, said (16, r w Invasion jitters swept the Is.
here. A lot of no definite shipping pattern has
people past at Nabbed In ChaseA been established yet, but that land.In
atop lights aDdInterlectioDI. v eventually the Navy hopes to ( Turkey naval units massed *
I at the port of Iskenderun,
synchronlte shipments hav 1'J but well Informed in
: sources
have many seen peoplerun ; 22.year.old Winter | valued at not more than $1.50. tog one ship load while anothermakes i London said U. S. Undersecretary .
the to the big base.
lights, and ., man, Don Hopper 281 He was charged with petty trip of State George Ball had
Cassen said the sister of
SE,' got more than his ship succeeded In persuading the
I have learnedto larceny police said h du Na
slow down McCormick of exercise Saturday the Suamlco I;the Tallulah, Turkish government to withhold
for them. We don't have mud when he chased down a would be the aext tanker to military action pending further
who was suspected of take on water for Guantanamo attempts to reach a settlementby
of this in Missouri Trying to Judges Named although arrival time here
watch band from ') British and American medi
have stricter
enforcement ataU downtown Winter Haven. has been set. ators.
the traffic lights would be avery Hopper, assistant The. water l I. '(being suppliedto (Reports reaching London
big job. I haven't noticed trainee at the store, had For Builders'Queen the Navy here under a 1961 I v said Turkey had decided to use
anything else unusual about notified of the alleged I agreement with' the Broward .,, + ,2B9 Its treaty rights of InterventionIn
driving here, just crowding by sales clerk Betty County Port Authority. Fort Cyprus but had agreed to delay -
lights. Hopper followed the Lauderdale city officials say action for 48 hours at Ball's
shoplifter out of the store Contest they can supply up to four million request. Ball flew to London
Mrs Charles Proctor Jr., asked him to atop. gallons a day at a cost of yesterday from Athens for talks
housewife, Crystal Beach Rd.. The man answered by $4,500 a shipload to the Navy. with British ministers in aa attempt .
People should drive slower and off down the street. Hopper Six outstanding judges have Castro had threatened on to keep the Cyprus crisis
keep their eye after him. The two men been named to select the 1964 (Continued On Page a Col,17 from spreading into war be
[ open for signal down Third St. to Ave. A, tween Greece and Turkey
aDd road signs then east. Hopper caught Miss Parade of Homes queenat GROUP READIES DRIVE-Mrs. Raymond Hoffman, left, and Mrs John (In Athens, authoritativesources
I If would everybody with the man in front of I the beauty Contest and dance ConcentrateDrQps I Carpenter Jr., prepare plans for the annual membership drive of the Winter. Haven Con. aid the Greek government
cooperateon Goodyear Service Store. I scheduled Saturday, Feb 22nd, cert Association which starts Feb. 24. will ask U.N. Secretary
the Ugh ,
Del at Goodyear called the at Nora Mayo Hall. General Thant to use his good
ways, aDd i and Hopper caught his T. L. Whitehead, of office to seek a peace settlement

| their weald speed reduce, we Kenneth Police Williams Identified, 25 the, of the sponsoring Home president Builders Sharply Concert Association, Plans I Cyprus'in Cyprus President). Archbishop
I fewer accidents.Spet Haven. The watch band Association i of Greater Winter I Makanoa atrqody'has said he ,
advrni Haves:announced the following I Concentrating ,of Florida oranges K will send a delegation to the "

..,,Fredor' ing on the radio have. agreed ,,to.judge the. contest took\..sLarjp. downward Drive V. N. Security Council' nextweek
Iron our deputies to'remind us Cont rt- r : c v y turn last Wffk It 'l e"" supply 1964-65' Membership to ask for an international \
Mrs. Ann Adams, nmnerHip of early and mldicason < 'ranges peace-keeping force.
'to drive better would be very in Miss America Contest? began to run low, the The situation became tense)
,ood. We need.some kind of re I Mrs. Pat Westphal, former Florida Canners Association has The 'annual membership campaign at Nora Mayo Hall on March Captains who will attend the again yesterday with new
Binders.FeraoB. II By Youth Citrus Queen; Ray Dantzler, reported ? of the Winter Haven Concert 23, as guests of the associa meeting include Mrs. Janice firing and explosions at the ancient
I special events editor of television FCA's official statistics list tion. southwestern coastal town
Shiver, deputy eonS Association for the 1M4-ti Blisett, Mrs. Larry Bratton,
station WTVT; Cliff ed pack for the week through of Paphos. British paratroopers
stable, 104 Ave. D, SW We
; : artist aeries will get under Mrs Hal Davis, Mrs. C. M, .
A Ryan, Winter Haven way moved
need stricter license tests, there variety of melodic city manager last Saturday at 1,530,431 ,sl. in to enforce a taut
la no doubt positions for strings is on ; Bill Carter, Citrus Queen Ions, off more than 900,000 gallons on Monday, Feb 24, and continue DAR ContestWinners Phillips, Jr., Mrs E. L. Claw ceasefire.
about that. program for the concert contest producer; and Jim from the previous week's through March 7, it was lock, Mrs Walter Bell, Mrs Reports reselling Nicosia said
Those lights the Youth String Ensemble Turner, Tampa Electric Co., season pesk. announced today by officers of Lynn McNeer, Mr W. S. Lines, Turkish troops sailed from Is. l
they are puttingin play this afternoon at 4 executive.The Last week's pack was, how. kenderun aboard military
the Mrs. W, R.
orgsnlzation Tharp Mrs. R. D
the grilles of at the Haven Hotel. 2)l winner will receive a ever, considerably greater NamedWinners transports on what were
the carl that For the. first group of $50.00 gift certificate an engraved ban the .123,518 gallons produced Captains who will direct the Seawell and Mrs Carroll Smith, termed "exercises. I
come on when hers they will play trophy, be paid for appearances the same week a year meet at the home of Mrs. John president of Concert Association Other reports said all clvlll-
:you cut the b ly Bach "Ave Verum" during the Parade of Carpenter, Jr. 1560 11th St., In the annual DAR (Continued on Page S, Col. 2))
Mozart -Petite Suite" by Homes scheduled for March I ago.Movement
switch for the week
on are was .
NE, on Monday night to outline History Essay contest held In
something that and "Bouree" by Handel through 15, and will be be considered I ,041,827 gallons, leaving Inventory -
will really draw A group ef Hymns of for work at 23,632,465 gallons, up plans for the drive, and the elementary and 'Junior high 53 High School Students
the eye. Our Church Year will follow I Winter Haven and representln'j. almost 900,000 from the week receive workers' kits. schools of the Winter Haven
roads are way Shiver he Advent season e (Continued on ) tefore. The first week of the drive area were announced todsy. I
I IBloomln
ed by "la. How a ROM The winners were ehnnen bv
behind, but the state is definitely
will be devoted to the renewalof
[ committee fromPOllc, de
by Praetorius a To Honor SocietyFiftythree
doing something about "0, Sanctissima" a Girl Scouts Meal previously held memberships Leon Chapter consisting of Mrs.S. .
that. There Is a lot of con Hymn Christmas: "0, Prepare The final week of the campaign P. True, Mrs. William E. .
rtructlon going on and it I I. AU Ye Faithful" Cantus will be primarily for new Moore, Mrs. C. E. Raiford and members of the Annette Garner, Dan Godfrey, :
good construction. It will be versl. The Ministry: "Be members-new Mrs William II. Stecker. sophomore class of Winter Hi- Jeff Hirgraves, Jane Htyman J
My Vislon"-TraditlonaI School The subject was "A Revolutionary Yen High School were Induct.
very good when they get it fin To Complete Cooking Bruce Helnly Jim Holloway ,
Melody, "Breathe on Me others who have failed to take Patriot" the choice left ed Into the National Honor Society -
ished. I think the highway pa. of God" Jackson., "Lead advantage of the opportunityto up to the students under the Friday In ceremonies in Pat Hughes, Robert Jamison,
trol Is doing a good job of en 0 King Eternal"..:.Smart, : Girl Scouts of Troop 74 com qulremenls. Mrs. Thelma Palm attend the concerts In the supervision of their teachers the gymnasium. Jane Kendrick, Francis Keller,
forcement.Bill .ua Christ is Risen Toda, pleted a cooking course with er conducted the course past. The contest was open to students Sophomores are eligible to Bobby Lang, Phillip Layton
Motz, security salesman,. Lyre Davidica. The a dinner prepared entirely by The scouts, In groups of four, In the fifth through become members of the club Brenda Leavitt, Shirley Luna, I
Winterset Acres: They should ng season will be the: girls which had a real international prepared the recipes Tampa Headquarters win be set up eighth grades.Winning after completing the first semester Margaret MacKenzle, Ken Ma-
introduce more one way streets In "Now Thank We All gourmet touch. I at the Haven Hotel on Feb. medals for the outstanding at the school! Member. haffey, Carol Marlnger, Jeff
in the cities. Streets now aren't Cod-Cruger. The menu consisted of such I Electric furnished notebooks 29, and the office will be staffed : essays were: ship Is based on scholarship, McKibben, Joe Meagher, Melba
wide enough for A "Theme" by Beethoven sophisticated dishes as hambur full of recipes cooking tips and dally until March 7. Jules Carole .Joe Wilson, Westwood service, character, and lead Molt, Michael Murphy, LaVerne
big cars to go two Tchaikowsky [er Stroganoff on toast cups information The girls also Junior High eighth grader, who ership. Plttman, Elaine R.bUn
two directions.On .. March of the Wooden > stuffed potatoes oregano, learned to use modern kitchen Foster of Civic Music Company ,. wrote about Francis Marion New members are, Lynn Bar. Reitz, Linda Richmond, Claudia.
country diers," and "Morning apples Swedish style stuff equipment will be at headquarters during Dallas Lee Van Horn, Inwood ron, Barry Bennett, .Jo BIssett, Ridley, Donna Ross.
roads, speed will comprise the next with almonds. Other dishes Scouts completing the course the second week. sixth grader, whose patriot subject Linda Burger, Kenny Bush, Wyne Rublnai .Jane Seifert,
and faulty The concert will close asparagus with cheese were Darien Colyer, Gall Lawless New members will have the was William Moultrle Genie Cooney, Bruce Conner, Elizabeth Soverns Ellen Spear I
r equipment contribute "Intermezzo Pizzacato" and Italian salad, and Mary Bailsman, Kathy privilege of Robin Baker, Elbert sixth Gordon Coppage, Dale Daniel, Phillip Taylor, Robert Thorn- I
to accidentn.Weahould Bohm and the "Serenade" scouts washed all this down Savant Lynn William, Susan attending the lilt grader, who wrote on "The Charles Davis, Latin Dodson hill, Kay Ting, Betsy VanClief,
oselli.. Iced tea Scott, Jennifer Williams, Ann concert of the 196364 series, Swamp Fox." Linda Dubose, Michael Feld- Ruth W .11 I s, Miles .Wilkin
have a mandatory Players In the String The cooking course and thetanquet Portlock, Dena Schwarz, Roxanne "An Evening of Song" with Robert Dormon, Garner fifth man. Theresa Williams MarileV Wolf
I safety ile are: First Violins, were held at Tampa Buttles, Dianne Small, Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt (Continued On Page S Col. 1)) Steve Frazier .Jan Fowler, and April Wolf '.'.:
check of can Boone, Jane Edwards, K. Co., which provided Sammie, Sieller, Martha Griffin
Moti once a year. It Lawson, .Judy Marsh, : instruction and the facllltes. Judy Carolus, Susan Wells,
will take education, rather than Marshall, Mike Vines, The course gave the girls and Susan Hartley Level
enforcement, to stop speeding. Saxon and Karen Holmes background In planning, cook. Leaders assisting were Mrs Recent Rains Raise Of Area Lakes
Second Violins are I ng; nutrition and In being hostsi Wilbur Bailsman, Mrs. William ,m
Carelessness is the biggest part Chesterman,. David and was combined with W, Lawless and Mrs Sam : Lakes In the Winter Haven "The recent rains, coupled past )year should result in Commission stated today. Other
of the problem. More
(Continued On Col. cadette chef Portlock.INTERNATIONAL .
Page badge
re- area have reached the highest canals In the chain being members of the commission
1 with the dredging campaign we
somewhere is needed.
level since May of 1962, due I have been at this time," Charles I r are Jim Harrington and CoL I
John Fierro, Insurance agent, to an abundant amount of rainfall carrying on over, chairman of the Canal Harold Sprague

of 140 things Longfellow are needed.Rd., SE I: think Lots this during month,January according and to so records far. .I.f'fi' -" ,.,j:1.\- ."-' ,; ... ,.. ft, .j. .... """ .'11" .f "'" ,. ... "h _,

the state should of the Canal Commission. rr.'til.
116 \\h
impose mandatory There has been a gradual '
tests of f'e' lowering of the water level 114'1./ .
drivers at least C throughout the central portionof IS '.
very two or the state ever since Hurricane I !
three years. y. Donna swept throughthis .U r- ..... :-_;... ..:, : t. ; H
These should be w1 area In August of I960. 1'1. .... Oli.<< '""" .... .. -. t'--.t:: ":. .. .. ..
e '
written and 4r a Canals became almost f"t'. :[
impassable 1'0 :.,.. .. ) '0I
t' :
driving testa. i ou several occasions during :,: :
Many people I Ire 1 t oil" r. '
r" Ian
1963 despite a constant .
have been driving \1
% 1I" program of dredging by the tae fir
for years commission.The /ai '
but have never Pierre fart 1

been tested under modern driving y Tk lowest level in several ,+001 ..; ::. :: :: I aosflw
conditions. 'Our legislatorshave years was reached during the q.... ; .. :

a problem in this, but to latter part of October last -Yi-' *1' ;+.0; :t, : ..:: _.... "' ; :"' ,
cut down on deaths we need year. Since that time there has t. !I.I.- .' IH
drastic measures. A human -k been a slow but gradual rise +
life is most valuable-there laao la the area lakes.A a! Ley ll Il Wm.THE "!
price tag on It. Somethingelse reading of the gauge In
we need. I am from Virginia Lake Howard this week shows
and they have vehicle inpertio. .'-" the lake level of the chain to CHART ABOVE shows the level of Lake Howard for the years 1962, (1963 and
.- .. AU vehicles should be within nine Inches of nor so far In 1964. Unshaded portion gives the highest and lowest since records were started:
have an annual inspection and BANQUET-GIrl Scout Troop 74 completed cooking court mal with other lakes in the In 1945. Broken 'line Indicates the normal average, and solid line shows the current elevatiens. -;.
a sticker, as Is done in other with a banquet at the Tamp Electric Co. Leisure Room, planned and prepared by them area not connected with the The chart Is furnished by the U. S. and State Geological Survey. Zero of gauge !Is.,
ata&N.,, selves and featuring dishes from several countries. chain even higher, i '120 feet above mean sea I.nl.pIjflg7 .

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Activities Of Interest 1 am Vet OfficerHere Four Polk Beverage Coleman J. Oolemin ElectedWalter Wmtet

I Haven, hat beta elected to
membership In tie

To Haven Tourist Club ommently TuesdayHoward Licenses Are RevokedFour Mo.Angus Mr. Association Coleman was at St me American of ial|I,

'A' dual program will be pre Tuesday shuffleboard part H. Enlow, County. breeden of registered AberJ'
canted to the Winter Have w. rained out. L L DAVIS Service Officer for Polk County Polk County beverage Cafe and Pool Room, SO d"1i deen-Angus la Florida elected I

Tourist Club on Tuesday eveS Tuesday evening entertainment announced today that a rep. licenses have been revoked, Wabash Avenue Grocery, Lakeland to membership during the put
reicntitivi from the
nine, .featuring John D. LoptUgidan was one of the most outstanding Chamber .! CmitrEM .. County month.
Veterans Service Office, Bar. one of them In Winter Haven. M days; and Hlwsy Package -
and Mn. Jennin and Interesting
Sutton, monologlst grant of the year, enjoyed pro-by .y !v* Vise Pre.tdeet tow, florid will be In Winter State Beverage Director Rich Store, Lakt Placid, all

.Lopp la I well known local too members and friend The Haven Tuesday Feb. II, UM, ard B. Eating revoked the licenses moathi. Mortgage

entertainer, magician ilelgh Martinairei from Orlando under CLEANUP it the Old City Han Bldf., after hearings in the Gen Musso Co. of Lakeland Loans
o(haod) artist and central mil the direction of Ken Turner (courtroom) corner Sixth and district office in Lakeland yes a wholesale beer distributor
Hirer," much in demand before with 24 men and women. Central Ave., from 1:00: a.m. terday. He also handed out .Talk toutbout
The program of the Chamber of Commerce Beautification to 4:00: p.m. to assist veteraniand was given a S2S fine or five .
I variety of groups In Winter presented a choral program. liven penalties for violations.All diy suspension for a violationof yourproblemt.
Haven and nearby commun The group tang several! t.- Committee, in conjunction with the Winter their dependents or turvlvori the licenses revoked yesterday a department regulation. .

ItiesV: He appeared once pre lections: "This It My Country Haven Woman'. Club, to remove dead citrus trees, is with any matters per were for beer talet. Charges were dismissed. NO APPRAISAL FEE

Vlpmly before the Tourist Club, ," by Al Jacobs; "Now Let proving to be a popular one. Many residents have been taming to veterans affairs.Funeral Most of the violations time before against Paul't Corner la Winter ON
where his work was received! Every Tongue Adore Thee', by Polk County voted for Haven when two minor witnesses FIRST MORTGAGES
with.much interest and enjoyment J. S. Bach; "Give Me Your intending have the work done, but have procrasti gal liquor last May 1"1 failed to appear at the FIRST MORTGAGECORP.

leaving his audience com. Tired, Your Poor", by Irving nated. Some of the cases are hiaring .

pjotely baffled with the con. Berlin. Turner, ting "Brown Implementation of the pro-e MRS. MARGUERITE: STEGER needing and will be heard A case against the Golden of WINTER HAVEN!

I ant" question: "How did he do Bird Singing""by Wood; "Sm. grim which It scheduled toIt.rt Air Force, and since he It Funeral services for Mn. n.The four establishments that Platter of Lake Wile was con 511 Central Ave., CY t-.1St
It? In'
Through by and tinued.
Penn; stationed In Panama, hat been Marguerite M. St M, of laISth
Mrs. Sutton If "Homing," by Del at soon at plant are coplete ger lost their licenses ire: Sportl.m.n' -
in experi RIgo.
right In the thick of the excitement St., SE, who died In the
need professional! Virginia PI.wla and Turner will proceed like this: Bar and Grill In Winter
.nt.rtlln.r,1 In the Zone. Hit Winter Haven Hospital .
each section! Canal Thursday Haven; Carson'a Cafe In Auburadale
formerly active In Miami and tang several duets, Victor Her.bert' Certain areas In
title It Gen. after a long illneis will
assistant to be held
Miami! Beach and now resldbig fa favorites and specialty of the city will be designatedburning as special ; Moonglow I la Auburn-
Andrew P. O'Meara, Commander tomorrow at It a.m. at St
dale and Dakota Inn in L.ke-
In Winter Haven where she numbers.The areas, where the bum ; Adams Building Materials
Chief S. SoutbernComm.nd Episcopal Church
in U. with
I Ing will be done under the tpervlilon u
la one of the Staff of Academy Chorus tang "Jesu, Joy whose headquartersare the Very Rev. Cyrus Sturrup, land.Half dote establishment
of the fire depart.ant. a
of Arts. In Miami she Of Man't Desiring, by J. S. .
right at the hot spot rector, officiating. Burial will drew
tutpensions. They are:
had her own radio and TV Bach; and "Battle Hymn Of Gene's eyewitness account, at follow la Lakeside Memorial Boggy Bottom Beer Garden 1807 7th Street, S.W.
Ladles from the
program, and traveled exten The Republic", by William
relayed In letters to hit sister, Park.
Florence Villa Winter Haven
firtly: as "One Woman Steffe; "With A Voice Of Sing.lag" Club will survey the city and Friends CY 3-1102
of U interesting. He says, "The may call at the John six months; Eloise Curb Mir
Show4. approach owners property
la addition to her other by M. Shaw "No Man
; dead world-wide newspaper account Crisp Chapel this evening from ket Eloise, 30 days; Overpass
where there unsightly
local! activities she write rl! An Island". by Whitney anCramer. ''cltru. trees, urging them to of the whole affair were somewhat I to f. I Cafe, Elolte, 15 days; Eloise
I charm column which It tea distorted because, for
tuned each in Connie Grove the have them removed. Property
Sunday the Win played or tome reason, many reporters I'
twJlaven Newt-Chief. She will gars and piano and was aecompanltt owners with dead treat are al.IsoIncour.ed (even Americans) obtained
call the Ch.m.ber
present original "Sketches from to moat of their Information directly .
Life". In t previous appearance The program closed with com of Commerce, which will\ from Panamanians- with'

before the Winter Haven munlty tinging.weoneaday act at a clearing house. out checking for veracity with UP
Tourist her afternoon ladle la etch case an IIreem.atwJ11 SAVE
Club presentation American military otflclali. 60 NOWon
were much enjoyed.The card party had 15 tables of be signed by the propert Hence America wn made the
program will be it the, bridge, two tablet of plnochl owner authorizing removal of heavy In the drama"According TO O

usual time, TJO: p.m and the and six canasta players, a total ho trees. The property owneror to the Jan. t0, UM
members and friends of the of TS players. Prlxet were a designated repretentatlvmatt "Spillway," the Publication of
be present at the tint 01
club art Invited. warded to Betty Chlttenden the Panama Canal, there It
Margaret Buckner, the pulling In order to protect Furniture Closeouts
Ruby Mann, little doubt that Castro trainees D.ringMATHER'S
Thursday evenlag'i Progretlive Edna Deibler Margaret Devney, his septic tanks, underground deliberately magnified and ex
card party wet featured Bertha Holllngworth, Beatrice pipes or cables or other unde plotted minor Incident for the
with M tablet Evans Laura Richards I round items which might I b.
of bridge, eight Mini purpose of creating troubl.
tablet of pinochle, two canastaand Moeller, Mn. Robert E. Lewis damaged by a bulldozer or For example In the Incident of REMODELING SALE

one table of mbb.... ottoiiet[ were Mn. Herbert ragllne. the demand on the part of five
win be told to each
There Hamilton\ and Mn. John tagt
was I total of 132 play. Sam Panamanian students to raisetheir
en awarding n prUet. Host ellut. property owner who will atttc Panama National Institute
to each tree to be pulled
a tag
and bostettet were Mr. and flag, (a school flag) beside the
The of !the will be
price tag
Mn. William Dempsey and Mr. Members on the tick list are: American flag, the request was
and Mrs. Walter Homan.Friday Mrs. Al Arnuruia and Ana payment for the removal. Sonnet granted. However, when they I
will coat each and
afternoon shuffleboard Smith, who an patients In the marched up to raise their
party had M court In play, rioter Haven Hospital; Jose tome $1.50 each, Including till school flag on a pole beside the 2t
and prizes went to Viola Bar. ihine Davit, released from the removal from the property aDd on. bearing the American Hag, Q} ,
tholow Florence Ballentlne 'I hospital and at home; Mrt :.bumla,. Single trees, or treeslocated they suddenly changed their
GIea' Cole, Norman Detwiler, : Purl Hazea recuperating from tome distance I mind., cursed the American
mining will cost $2. Large
Jacob Relmer, Ed Hanson, Ivy a broken hip; Mrt. Anna area lag and demanded that it be
of trees which be
Moslmaa EsteUa Nethare Mae I Mratek, at home with a broken groups can ,lowered and replaced by the
burned the Immediately
OB spot or
Paquln Nettle Porter, Jo. Pae-I arm; Mrt. Dick Thomson school flag.Canal .
quID, E. 1U at home. nearby will COlt SUOper
Pomroy, David Rich tree. Zone Pollee attempted
Laura Rlchardt, Ettalla Stew. Tourists arriving from the Citrus trees do not to restore order among the IR
art, Hazel Sloan Andrew North are at follows: Mr. and young Cattroitet. The ttudenti
hole but the
S e II alto, Myrtle Simpson Mrs. John C. Rodanburg, property a owner large must,supply his! hen tore up their own school Nat M. STYLEMAKER
George Solomon, L. B. Treat, Springfield, HI; Mr. and Mrs. flag, either in the scuffle or de-
dirt If
Ola Traynor, Elsie Ullrich Ward C. Snyder Barbonton, own The work tilling will be it required.done!;' b,. liberate I", and screamed that ';.uC4; \Driftwood Gray Nat. Adv. STYLEMAKER
John Wtngate. William Weeka. Ohio; Mr and Mrt. Dwine M E. L. Glaaof Ridge Contract. the Americana had done.It.

Monday afternoon 24 Webb, Geneva Ohio; Mr. and log Company of Haines City.Class lain end Stcdn-froo Toptl \,
attended the needleersft Mr. Howard H. Bennet, Flint, pulled about J.soo tree CORNER

An invitation\ Ildl"l Mich.; Mr and Mrs. Ernest In Lake Alfred in a similar program Dr. Gartenhaus I 4-Pc. Modern Bedroom Suatealt. I.
any one who wishet to Clingan and Mrs. Mary Cox, and It well qualified.BLESSED DESK $18 I
Monday. evening a Mansfield, Ohio. e a e
Long, with Joe Robert leading .
EVENT $49.50.. .. .. NOW FEATURES
and Mn. Ruth Tourist Club schedule for the To Speak Here

pianist, was held. Later 1l0rrm'l coming week: Monday, 9 ..m., Jerry, 13.year-old son of teg 0 DuI,.**, Brewers Canter Driver
were played with in first annual Builderi Tournament u Cooney of the Chamber staff, MATCHING 6ulds All Hire1 InUrUrt $
dance of 155 member and ; afternoon needlecraft its, at I beloved pet, a two- Dr. Jacob Gartenhaut, found.er 0 D.vtttll.d Dr.w.r fresh O Stile1Quillty
finds, awarding SS prlws. class cancelled. foot Iguana named George. An and president of the Internalonal DRESSER DESK ,. 167
Amiel Keldel and John MeIntyr Tuesday, t.so: a.m., Choral guana It t type of South Amer. Board of Jewish Misslonane. $37 Thr.uheut

*. were In charge. practice, Mrs. George F, Rodell icon lizard which looks some- ., la scheduled to speak at REG. IIO. $219.00 VALUII
: director and Mra. Jack Gunter, thing like a Dinosaur and growl the regular Sunday morning $7f.OO NOW
pianist; needlecraft it 1:30: In some areas to a size of five services today of the Southslde Factory Cloteovt NOW
Ill p.m.; 7:30: Entertainment or six feet. Baptist Church, beginning at 11 GUARANTEE _
Willard Lines, chairman; afternoon The other day Jerry called his o'clock.Dr. e Raes/Sp As -.4. .
dullii Marshall Rno) Th. Some MmrMmefls. .( ", Uw
shuffleboard party, 2p.m. other upon returning from Garteahaui was born In n. ,
I fe, III school He Hid, "Guest what! Austria in aa orthodox Jewish tew Pica end Win Give It Te Yes FUll
AUTO year mn PARS Wednesday 1:30: p.m., Ladles I George just !had a babyl" home of wealth and culture. 100;. Nylon .

card party; t p.m., round Peggy It somewhat accustomed His parent wanted him to be a
LIFE ___ dance; Mr. ind Mrt. Rust De- to the oddities of the Jewish rabbi but Instead he Nat Ad/. HUN6ERFORD 2-pc Sleeper
AFIRE .. Barn directors; Munofo't Or. i creatures in Jerr,'. household hose Christianity

I IIIIIHIM* INIUIIINCI hestra from Lakeland furnish zoo to the said, unperturbed, He It a graduate of the Moody SOLID ROCK MAPLE Sofa Suite
N..4i the music; donation SO cent "You mean he-I mean the- BIble Institute in Chicago and
and open to the public. aid an egf?" "No" said Jerry, he Southern Baptist Theological A MATHII UOStOUT
251;Magnolia Ave., S.W. Thursday evening, progret- e-the bid a live baby!" Seminary In Louisville Shutter Door Cabinets

Ay... frtn tmliiM* link aloe card party at T.30: p.m. Said Petty, "But reptilet lay Xr.
4 Phone 294.42S Friday afternoon 2 p.m., shufeboard ,Kt-I think. Alto aa author he hat several NOW $76
party, That evening Jerry met herat books to hit credit Includ- Stack Pieces i

the door. "Look." he aitd. !log., "The_Rebirth of. A Nation," $3 7
There was George, taking the, The Influence of Tree Jews Regularly J7T.OO .'.. .. NOW Censers Aeywheeel
whole thing calmly, with a tiny Upon Civilization," "The Jews
two inch lizard perched, of all and Jesus" "The Jewish Pass
MUFFLERS place on the top of hit head. over," "The Ten Lost Tribes,"
"I can't quite put my fingeron and "What of the Jews?" 8-Pc. Maple Bunk Bed
It" laid Peggy, "but there' A number of hit tracts have i
UTFTIME GUARANTEED \ something wrong here. Left teen translated Into foreign

MUFFLERS and TAIL PIPES look It up In your reptile book. languages and tome of them andBedding ;.

Sure enouch, mid the book, have been lean la 20 editions.Dr. 1
INSTALLATION FREE 15-MInure Service Iguanas laid er,.. They did not I Gartenhaui It editor of Group

Imperial Discount Center have live young.A a Spanish-Jewish publication,
i t closer look revealed that fuestra Esperanto," and la
I all H....... Mve0,e. I A.M. ta I P.M. I/l-0t41 the tiny creature between associate editor of the Englishewlsh w $ OO

JVs Mile Weal .l l .fciei> M...f Ledges Georse't can (If he hid my) publication "The Melater. "" 4-Pc. Modern
I was not a baby Iguana but a ." "1 96

-- ---- little chameleon who had taken Georgetown College, of "
to hit fellow reptile. The two Georgetown, Ky., hat honored I Bedroom Suite $76 .
are now Inseparable. him with conferring him withthe NOW
w In case you are thinking that degree of doctor of Divinity, C* pl.H Slightly Damaged. ... NOW

tome day George might like and Union University, Jackson, .
his little companion so much: Tenll., honored him with the Come In And Browse Around
,R i that he would have him for degree of doctor of literature. Look At The Odd Piece ActionPricedFor

lunch, you may rest at ...e.

George it s..vegetarian. I" PROOF CHOW MEIN Immediate Removal. Bedroom, Living Room Dining Room & Accessories!

John Evans was found not I IIDROOM BUM*!, e e LlYlNe ROOM IXAMPLI 0 DININ ROOM
Peggy hat two brother*. One, guilty of drunken driving when t ACCISSORIB UAM u .
Joe, an admiral the Navy, it the judge ruled that two police- I i-Drerwef Dexiblt DrouorDoubt N... Ae, Icily Sire t lulu' "..*, TaIP

bead of the Milltaary Asslt- men who miffed at hit breath ... D,...., Mirror INS Few- >D**,r Cawen *. Dentka Walnut Save Z50%
Group to Portugal. The might hive confused the odor DINING ROOM SUITE
I other, Gene, It a colonel In the d Chinese food with alcohol 4-Drawef Chest Bahama
Lounge R.,. fllT.OO $77 .. .... s.np1..

Ml Sin l.tjMe New .
with 1 felstmIt

Suckle). Stlt.O Don.!.. 68 .. $11.00 '43 Valises ODD to 'I"IUFFETS


...to bow tJ faturtnce protection need
you oa
your car,house, boat. etc..by scaling your premium Fixtures Hundreds oiTaluti o "M ATHRR T'I'

to fit your budget Howl By using HtrtTord's con county Nus'blee fletu..e foe tba 1

venleot monthly payment plu. That's right you csm V.atnrsm,,, / ,k/t.e./. oentr/et.e n ace .I.undrr..e ace- not UsHd I

levtl out :your payment to even tunountt. Call UI all arise Nature. erematly, I Com.Wlni.., flays, Inc ] jj
vial? cue aHoweoMolaa and
-today foe deufl!*. Ar Shop !

pan You ALWAYS ..

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The Weather--Local State And National '<}"" \; i'''' !'ii\ if1t I1yl Veterans Must Report : 1

Failure of i number of FlorIda cipient to determine whefcar

veterans, and widows of annual income from all other

deemed veterans, to return sources exceeds the legal coiVtaga

their annual! income question. f- 1

nacres to the Veterans Administration Income received In 1963 Tlur,

by the January 31 dead. that anticipated for 1964 must

line poses a threat of possible be reported, Howard H. 'ED<

Ion of current pension pa,. low explained. He pointed out

E' rt!' ': menu plus retroactive repayment that those veterans receiving
of pension money received service connected disability
during 1963.Howard compensation and beneficiaries
H. Enlow, County receiving service.connected, (Usability .
... :oriyiyp iervlce Officer, laid today that death compensation need'
the VA will itill accept com. not :mIke annual income re
{ pleted Questionnaire tent in ports.
SMb now to avoid hardship upon
elelglbla pension recipients. Ha BILKO'S BEATLE BUSINESS
added that prompt action will SANTA BARBARA, Calif
.r be necessary to avoid the termination (UPI-How) does the owner of
of present payment and a small neighborhood grocer*
40 the issuing of demand for re I compete with nearby larga"supermarkets
r payment of all pension payments
.* received last year. I Ha putt on a "beatle" WI;;
4 f I IY 1 r The law makes It mandatory Store owner Albert BUko'Itf:
-i that completed question. did. .
.g9 .3 y. rR yLnx tJ 1 wi of ; nairei be submitted to the VA I "I never law such business',"
,. each year by each pension re Bilko aaid. e.

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Presents .
RAIN, SNOW SHOWERS-Shower* ere forecast for the Pacific. Northwest with .
anew In the Rockies and the extreme northern portion of the nation. Rain It predictedfor
the Atlantic coastal states and the Appalachians. Warmer weather Is forecast for the POSTERS FOR DINNER-Tnete St. Joseph School ttudents were winners In I poster p
Southern Plaint and the Gulf States with possibility of showers In the Gulf States. Mild contest promoting the by the Holy Name Society today at Father All Seasons

weather ts forecast for the Central! Plaint. Anderson Hall. From left, Marilyn Layton, Rosalyn Layton Stephanie Hrexa Deborah mdse i
LOCAL OUTLOOK 4 I Butters, John Kondor, Patricia Dowd and Sharon Bachon.
Florida Zones Fabric Hats
Florida Zones Variable cloudiness today Girl ScoutScrapbook school provides an excellent
this afte National Future Farmers .
fair Sunday. A little cooler with showers likely background of training for boys
tonight High today 56 to 64. noon. High today In the low planning to (arm, enter agricultural .
Low 36 to 44. North to Southerly college, or work In a "
tonight 70s Low tonight 55 to 60. I
northeast wind. 12 to 22 loots wide variety of non.(arm agricultural !
today. winds 10 to IS miles per Week Set For Feb. 17-24 occupatlona.
i I
North hour. "Learning to do, Doing to
Gearing and colder thli afternoon By RUTH W. BRIGGS The first use of "FutureFarmers" arming programs, under the learn, Earning to live, Living to
Next Saturday Feb. 22, will Serve," la the official motto of
High today in 60s.tow of supervision of the teacher.
tonight in the &01. Northerly Tourist Hurt be Thinking Day. This day it at the vocational name agriculture an. In vocational agriculture, considerable the Future Famers of America
winds today, 15 to 20 miles set aside for remembering our organisation of attention It given to
per hour. lister scouts and guides around students was by the i training in firm mechanics, involving .
Central: "Future Farmers of Virginia," the election, care,
the world. When Juliette Low
Variable cloudiness today In Car CrashI In 1926. maintenance and operation of For
with showers likely afternoon. founded the Girl Scout program modern farm machinery
High today in the low 70s. Low I In America, ber previous ex The Future Farmers of Amer. National FFA Weew la ached- Dependable .r r r .
tonight SS to 60 Southerly A 61 year old Canadian was periencet in scouting bad been lea was organlied nationally sled In February to honor
winds 10 to 13 miles per hour... Injured In a three car pile up under Lord Baden-Powell who In Novemeber, 1928 during I George Washington, who was Plumbing
South Friday afternoon when bailed meeting of ttudentt and lealen an outstanding farmer at well
Tartly cloudy, mild today. founded the Boy Scouts in Eng
Righ today around $0 Low tonight ( to atop at a atop sign at land. Feb. 22, bit birthday, held in Kansas City, Mo. aa The I great FFA leader.hat Service. .

In the 60s Southerly Fifth St. and Ave 1C, SE. was chosen at the date, and Each Year, about 10,000 persons bees affiliated with 378,051 1759 mem local
winds 10 to U mild per hour Torrid of Aimer, national FFA
Clarence attend the
in 1927, the Juliette Low Friend. chapters In SO States and CALL
today. Ontario, was taken to the hospl ship Fund was established In I convention. It it held in October Puerto Rico. .. (

al for a check up when he complained memory of our founder and to I at Kantaa City, Mo. The Future Farmers of America Enter Spring ,In one .( cur cetorful! cl..lc t _ptrftct far
ae iw6ttw of pain after the foster the cause of Girl Scout The American Farmer degree organization It sponsored fl,kt flow end all through 'U"' .''. Medium brlmi, e.suala l ,
accident Nina BIngham, who log throughout the world. It awarded to about 375 oui nationally by the Agricultural MACPlumbing tUckn I I. ihififurif w..v. .....". WM, .black, ...It..
fOYtJr was in the car with him, I just heard a report on the standing FFA members each Education Education Branch U. S.in Department the officeof turquolit, ytllow, (,ring, ind ","IIIC..
s11 Outdoor Skills for Adults Work Only one member in a
suffered cull and bruises. shop which was conducted at rear.thousand may receive it. of Health, Education, and Wei Co.
Tortilla car violated a stop Camp Rotary by Mrs. Harlan each fare. FFA la an educational
More than 50,000 boys Sketched! Mtdlum ripple brim (i.*l
sign! according to the accident Herbert, District Advisor from rear get leadership experience program, conducted In the public 210 Sixth St.. S.W. tram a IUetion (1.M ). |7.IIFREE3 r.
report, and struck I truck Lakeland. The six ladies who by serving at an officer of a schools. .
James E. Steele, and attended practiced tent pitch. local FFA ch ptlol'. Vocational agriculture In high I OJ \
driven by tog, fire building, and knot Approximately 300 business "
then crashed. into a tree. tying. A good time wit reported concerns, orgtnliaUons, and Individuals t
Steele't truck then bit another with much laughter resulting :make annual contrib .
car driven by Margaret Moore from tie knot tying utions to the Future Farmer
Stone. especially. I of America Foundation, Inc
Damage to the Torrid ear junior Troop 63 accompaniedby which provides a national -" .
was estimated at $1,000 dam. Mrt Joseph McAllister, awards program for FFA mem ,
age to the truck at 1250. and Mrt. Cecil Bowen and Mr. and ben. GLQA "
damage to the Stone ear at Mrs. Jim Crump bad an all A basic requirement for :mem -
.Ue... OR yM : :
aso.r day bicycle outing last Satur bershlp In the Future Farmers .

I COMING RACE DISNETS "MERLIN JONES" day. The girls rode three miles of America It that a boy :must. i c S.ize.., ."
of vocational agriculture
from the H. A. Pollard houseto be a student (
the Crump home on Lake In high school! although '
T.ni My but ttx | IntrWuc4 t. Is w.|n..l.I"TONITI hit membershipfor
Hamilton and back. he retain
They may
tJhi lIi pick
lilll She light t( she baa ll sharged.
ed and ate lunches and learnedto three yeart following grad \ ,
IS THE Nm TO GO OUT TO THI MOVIESI make shelters using tarps uation. _
offered to Future .1
and bicycles. In preparation for Award
their trip, Mr. J. D. Pope talked Farmers of America :members 11f
OPEN 12:45 P.M. CmtrliMsotn Shows from 1:00 P.M.SUNDAY to the girls about bicycle encourage the boys to work I
safety, gave them booklets, and harder in their study of vocational
tested them. The 22 girls who agriculture.
OPEN 1 141 ..... Ceenlaeees ...... fees I ..... MOM. rare '11. made the bike hike are workingon "Honoring Rural Opportune.
their Cyclist Badge at one ties and Responsibilities" It the
of the requirement of the Sign theme for National Future
New Showing of the Arrow. Farmers of America Week,

3c .. p TODAY Him Junior Troop 151 entertained Feb. 1724.
WEDNESDAYADULT their mothers with I Valentine' A. a part of their count
Party and investiture They of study, vocational agriculture
ENTERTAINMENT have also been working on tudenta are required to have wY wy
heir Cooking Badge at Tarn- ..
bokf pi> Electric with the aid of Leader, also told me that the ::
;1 }g Mill Thelma Palmer, Home girls art planning to have a perfume
Economist. MM Best Blair, oflarrlngton film on growing up shown by ( i
# HI, is helping the Mrt. Devore and Mist Barbara
troop with their camping and Sheffield of the Polk County
outdoor cooking skills in pre- Health Department. Mrs. Rich- ______
paratlon for a cookout next Sat. and Wolford It helping Mn. ... when you buy any .'-x..
A low Ax hadewi .Mete. lldAvrn hktrt urday. Mrt Delmar Debault, I Debault with the troop. +

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Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefW. Washington "NOW WHAT ELSE CAN I DO TO MAKE THE AMERICANOS MAD?* A Newsman'sNOTEBOOK

I. KYNERSON, Ed.i.r-Publisb.r
JOHN W. RYNERSON. AiiMairt t. the 'ultll.hef

'ultllh.d ally la.e."> Saturday) by tho Winter Hav.aPaMiehin. WindowBy
C., I..- |IH Ird $ r..t, N.W. Wintaf Mayan, l.rla.

CHARLES GOSHORN General "Ma..o.r LYLE C. WILSON ly JOHN L0r7 Editor Aitburndalsj StarA

halted Press InternationalToo dozen more ago the missile sites and aH ot'
JACK, IEAHAN A.ia.lata tdlETlll "., years
bid that Rep. John 1 B. George Ortwell wrote a controversial Cuba to assure compliancewith

J. WLLIVAM AaVartlilnj' "M.nae.r Anderson was unable to Intere novel In which he that promise went on
for weeka. First an inspection
chairman Wilbur D. Mills In
NATIONAL ADVERTISING( REPRESENTATIVE created s totalitarian state by the U. N. was pro
Sham* I Associates! I... Chi...., I III. the Andernon plan to restore ruled over by "Big Brother"and posed.

Enlaraa- $...... Clan Mill MaHarS.Bt. a, l 1t24 .1 the W Offlc. the pain to taxpaying aa part In which party memberswere Later it was suggested the
In Winter Havoc, Florid, ardor act at March 1. IITf of the administration's tax rduction not only brainwashed International Red Cross might
legislation. S but In turn brslnwaahed the well do the Job.
.... Anderson la a Republican o "prols"-the captive masses However the negotiations
: MEMIER AUDIT IUREAU from Rockford 111. Chairman 4tc4 that they ruled. broke down and no on-apot

.. .' OF CIRCULATIONS Mllla of the House Ways II Q The book, its name is only Inspection baa ever beta
..... Means Committee li an Arkinaaa the date "1984", bas been made. The U. S. merely took
MEMIER Democrat. And raon'a plan ridiculed ss fantastic and Impossible a few pictures of tubular

.' Active "Mambar UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL was referred to Milla' committee I \ by the liberal left. somethings sprawled on the
.;..NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United Praia I It .nfitlsd t. ht su last October. It was a But Is it fantastic and is decks of eastbound Russian
--" ASSOCIATION far rapubllc.tien tf all local cows grin' three paragraph bill selfdeacnbed it Impossible freighters and announced the
J 'in this weal .," UP! aa follows: i iE
== 164 !i newspaper After viewing last Sunday missiles had been withdrawn
News Ducatchai. "To permit an employer, I In Bight's "Cuba White Paper" The Whit Paper likewise

ADVERTISING DEADLINE his discretion, to deduct the required prepared and televised by made no mention of the thou.
CflSSIFIED DEPARTMENT, withholding tax from the 1- NBC this column la far from sands of Russian soldiers left
sty the Word I P.M. Previous Day. ly fkt li chi I P.M. Previous Day. wages of his employees only! convinced that much of the behind on Cuba. It did not
lags) N.tie.ii I P.M. Pr.vi.ui Day. Sunday Edition: Daadllnai Friday.: once a month even though their \ fantasy envisioned by Author remind its viewers that manyof

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT regular pay periods are lea ) Ortwell Isn't Just around the the Red troopers are still
:Sunday Iditlan-I P."M. Tnund'ayt Monday Edition-t P.M." Friday' I than t month."
Tuesday Iditlan-N... Saturday Wadnaiday, Thursday and Friday corner and will be, by 1984, there. It did not report that
That la
I i proposition to restore
outdated Jules Soviet soldiers have been
.:14111.1 P.M. Two Days In Advance. aa badly as a the
the pain to and withdraw Verne epic In these days of Joined by hundreds-or per-
.- Mambar Seutnam Nawipap.r Publishers Au.cl.tt.aM.vb.r the pain killer from taxpaylng space travel and nuclear sub bps tboussnds-of Red Chi
___ Florida Press Atioel.tl.il The big-spending, big taxing marines. nese.

eraser. TELEPHONE CYp..i J.:iTl politicians hue been bamboozling The hero-or, perhaps, victim It did not take the time or
the with
their lome Is s better choice of words go to the trouble to point out
thing for nothing medicine la a newsman, employedin that Castro'a Cubs, since the
A For Today"Finally Their scheme has been to get :p tJ .
Thought themselves reelected by spending ; f the Ministry of Truth, day of the brave confrontation
the taxpiyera' \ whose duty it Is to rewrite has become a training
various money on rl the records, bringing them ground for Red guerrillas and
welfare and
__ brethren, whatsoever things are true, benefits. q \ 1 I constantly up to date by eliminating sn export point of revolution

whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are The fail-talking politicos generally 1 any mention of any serving all of Latin

feat, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever thing convince I majority of thing "Big Brother" considers American aubveralves.
Incongruous with the current It did not consider it important
the voter that somebody else
art lovely, whatsoever things an of good report if
; li paying the tax bllli, that the events of Oceanls. to make the record
there be any tirtuelnd if there be any praise, think Common Man la getting for Often entire pages of back complete by pointing out that

on these things" PhiL 4:8 Free the fringe benefits that ONt copies of daily newspapers three snipers killed during the
are rewritten and re-printed Panamanian crisis were Cuban .
have been added to the benefit
Every mind must have its thoughts, and every of U.S. cltiienahlp. In order that they win reflect Communists, or that the

thought must have its food. Thought din unless it Is This la what the late AI current policies of the Zanzibar coup was engineered

fed.- -Dr. Albert L. Carnett Smith would have called ba 27 housing units la expected to state by Cuba-trained revolu
fane. It nrnharilv would h* re. As s result the only written tionaries.
jetted -I by -the -brlgh-ter- voter get under way sometime this records are those written Neither did It take the time

News-Chief EditorialsAbout but for the pain killer narcotic year. and rewritten at "Big from patting the New Frontier
that the late Beardsley Ruml Around Cleaning of the mainline trunk Brother's" direction. Therefore on the back for bravery,

peddled to Franklin D. Rooae. of Mulberry's sewer syste there Is no record of to mention the submarinepens
velt. mdisasters, in the planning of lying along the Cuban
To Lose Your has been under for the
This was after FDR'i New Polk COtI the state no proof of a vacillation coastline.
Dealers bad been hit by the past several weeks and is nearing In policy, no nothing It wasted no precious TV
A sad, sad commentary was given by Rep. Louie! act that their programs could completion. save that which brutally benign time to point out that the

C. Wyman, (R-N.H.), when he said in Washington thatIf not be adjusted to their campaign Big Brother wiabea to Monroe Doctrine bas been

the vote on the present Civil Rights bill, recently promises of government LAKELAND Lakeland's be recorded. repealed. It made DO mention
econom,. By THVRSTON WILLIS ambitious program of work for This column will not go 10 of our allies doing business
passed by the House 290 to 130, had been a secret ballot city-owned utility system snd far
Ruml to infer that
Beardsley was a push. Staff Writer the current and pulled al ss the day with Fidel It chose to
:there would have been only about 50 votes for it. er for the narcotic withholding year Tampa Electric Company appear of the double think Is here.It Ignore the current crisis st

Most of the Congressmen KNOW that this bill is un tax. FDR was hooked. Withholding Readers Digest often carries stops for committee chairmen to be on the verge of a does not charge that NBCis Guantanamo where the U.
at the source assure d stories titled "The Moat Unforgettable to launch the project Immedi possible all-out territorial battle controlled by or la functioning S. la being forced to haul la
constitutional. They well know that the bill is not in that a great many taxpayer Character I've Ever ately. over service areu.I as, aa adjunct of a water since Fidel turned off

the beat interests of ANY group of Americans. Now who bad paid less than they Met. Winter Haven has It The program has been di. I Tamps Electric has petition. New Frontlerlsh version of a the spigot and flatly dared

here are Borne of the things that this bill will destroy owed or not at all would be least three of them. vlded into four classification ed the State Road Departmentfor 1984 version of a "Ministryof ua to do something about

-freedom of' to home tagged for at least acme and Frank M a III o 1 e, Vlnn permission to construct Truth". ignored the deadly ml ILl'It
speech, right ownership right and committees appointed for
perhaps all of their tax llabiIty. Butera, and 'Rocky' Covlell power lines along two highways But It is alarmed at the files which may etlll lie
61 realtors and developers to act as free agents rightof That via an aaauranc are partners in Palm Terrazzo each classification. The class both areas of which are "double-thick" technique employed den in Cubsa csves. R ignored 1

lending agencies to make or not make loans, right worth having and Tile Company, an organization Orations are: Business development currently serviced by Lakeland in Sunday night's the creation of a Com-J

of employers to 'choose their workmen, seniority) rights But there came with the that I Magnole and Buter Community betterment, Utilities. White Paper. munlst beachhead in the Nw
years something more. T b e organized here II month. ago Public affairs, and Organizations. Lakeland's city manager, The bour-long presentation World, safe, as
right of labor unions EIIru.bChtY//
to choose their membership and working stiff whose pay envelope Covlello came along about a Robert V. Youkey, termed 'recorded John F., Kennedy's contends! ,

many others. had been tapped each year ago to add tile to the lour Gordon Burnett one of the Tampa Electric's bid a case of "Shining Hour", when be con 'President John F. Kennedy i

;'-" It is almost inconceivable to us that any man or week through all of his work. lining tfrrazzo business operated leaders of the Polk County modern piracy. He said that fronted the Communist eonnivers promised the U. S. would I
Fomin ng life began almost to forge by Msgnole and Eutera. Voters League is seeking to Lakeland would fight to protect .over the Cuban missiles never Invade Csitroland. tt tie
who has been elected to Congress other that he was paying taxea. U bedidn't
any Three three characters work establish a courthouse annex In her interests. and gained a promise missiles were withdrawn.
elected official of the United States who has sworn to forget, he was spared hard and play equally hard Haines City to serve Northeast A meeting of the city com from Mklta Khrushchev to Those art only a few of

!uphold and defend the Constitution would vote for the anguish of going Into his Their recounting of some 01 Polk County mission capital Improvement remove them. the facts the White Paper Ignored
pocket bit bank
or to
the antics of their employee are I committee scheduled ( Thursday That far the White
of or Paper as it painted JFK's
affix his to this bill of make
name discrimination.We annual
an settlement
ilaaslc. The terrazzo business DAVENPORT The Town was cancelled and has not could be regarded aa a passable shining hour ss something
are turning the clock back 100 years. We are going with the tax .collectors. lent easy work. It requires quite Council heard reports from the been rescheduled If somewhat biased, comruable to Valley Forge

{fallow Federal inspectors not only to come into our phrase Take-home in American pay became a I a bit of strength and staying tax collector during their meetIng The committee was scheduled documentary.But or Gettysburg er Dewey'a
apeech power and many of the emiloyes last week. The tax eollee to give further study to there It quit.It triumph st Manila
places Bay
.of business but even into our homes. We arelowing 'ake-home-pay also became In last only one day-other tor reported 13052 due on the selection of a library Bite for failed to tell the rest Eighteen brief months hare

a small group in Washington to take over his he mind of the taxpayer and never reach the site of the Job llt.070 tax roll. Franchlae tax the new 1500,000 public library. of the itory-which In reality passed since the "Shining

powers' never intended. This act destroys individual The wife Common the turn Man cf his wagea. the first day. from the Florida Power Corporation Students who attend schools is the all Important part Hour" and apparently NBC
never saw Butera tells of picking 10 for six months In erred
areas by
up was municipal And therein Lea
)fyerty and freedom of choice. the the ap believes that most Americans
Just be sure that YOUR tax dollars withheld. He
I men for a Job and ending up 1927. The city collected 13389 electric utility, or living within palling almllarl'y to the 1984 have \ the
i'Senators: -Holland and Smathers-if you are visitors, paid scant attention to the fact with only four at the construe In refund from the Road and the service area of the utility, finagling of the Ministry of sequel.already Aa forgotten months
IILtour own senators know feelings. hat It was withheld. Once a tlon site. It seems that three Bridge Tax and $7(3.S3 from will be eligible to compete. Truth. more pan,
your aa the White Paper is dragged
year briefly, this Joe was
of the old hands explained tothe cigarette tax collections In De
M. l For the White Paper
oa out of and
the archives
startled to learn from his bosa
newscomers what would be cember. LAKE WALES A fly-In to Cuba to have had
how much ha had paid in tax.es. any his dulled off for future re-run-
of them. Just the tales ndiantowo to the
Unsung Heroes expected see 17th An. torical significance, the .
nine ss documentary history
of the hard work was enough FORT MEADE Pat Freeman lual Circle T. Ranch rodeo la should have followed
: So the little guy was doped to scare some of them off. U daughter of Mr and Mra.amar being sponsored statewide by many more will have
r: ':'This past week the story about the activities of against knowing what the big you can believe Butera and Freeman, baa been the Lake Wales Chapter, Florda outcome through of the and shown the I forgotten and eventually this
t21,'Junior Red Cross showed that these spender, did to him. Ander.IOn' truck "courageous bait story of the Cubs Crisis
young people fagoole, each time the tapped by Mortar Board na- Aero Club, Feb. 22 and 23. confrontation".
bill would change that. A for red another. tonal) senior woman's honorary will be accepted without reservation.
from topped a light
; many schools in the area have been doing some dopey It should have related that .
taxpayer earning $100 a
worker would desert the truck. society Mortar Board
'!ft!;w.ork. It was reported that they were making week could become accustomed Frank and Vinnie said they members are selected on the American the daring blockade was abandoned That was how the double-

fAvors.Jittle items to gladden the hearts of veterans, to having $12.10 deducted each lad to speed and catch the basis of scholarship, leadership promise upon to Khrushchev's think philosophy of "1984"

patients in hospitals and nursing homes. Sure it's PlY day for uncle. But suppose lights green In order to arrive and service, and an overall ales remove the mis- worked and that was the sole
be got the whole $100 for .t the Job site with any helpers. grade of 1S la required. Coedsare purpose of the "Ministry of
OECs'thing, but to each shut-in person a gay remembrance three weeks In a row and was Magnole told of one young tapped in the aecond semes- Month Haggling over Inspection of Truth."

on some special! date means a tremendous tipped every fourth week lor.month' a man of 28, big and rugged ter of their Junior year for life- History

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! Sun ay, February 16, 196'4 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEP-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Page Five.i .

i West Germany,, r Florida Art I The Lighter SideBy

Week BeginsAt la
DICK WEST "I might add that one of the I lS

France Agree Gardens United Prs International most Interesting name-callers exp t
I know of la Rep. Frank: ChellI .
WASHINGTON (UPI-There Kentucky Democrat whoa i
I Florida Art Week la being la Capitol Hill a loosely levelof
on Invective approaches the
I On Aid Pact observed today at Cypress Gardena formed organization called pure poetry. I

with the crowning of the "The Lunch Bunch" Chelf took the floor\ recently NORTH GATE SHOPPING

Florida Art Queen today and | to castigate a reporter who
who ai CENTER ;
! Ita members, serve he
PARIS (UPI France IndWelt "Invailoa" of painters all had written something
an r
Germany agreed today on aides to members of Congress, deemed offensive In doing\ ao, CY 32129RESTAURANT
periodically at the used that waa
get together he a technique
a program for stepped up cooperation Over 100 artists are expected
noon hour to talk shop exchange new to m*
In the fields of da- to be at the Gardena during and hear "He told his colleague that SPECIALWEDNESDAY
economics, and aid to developing could can the reporter 't
tense, the week to paint scene lectures by assorted oraclea. he

countrlea. I among ita flowers, shrubs, trees, I recently served a a guest consummate liar, a revolving NIGHT
chronic liar, a
liar a
Agreement was reached at atwoandabaU ekes and lagoons orator at one of these function '
liar a lanternclrryll1l
hour meeting ol i The Gardens are now abloom and with my such remarks overwhelming were received apathyI But, he added, 'I shall not call STEAK SPECIAL

their government delegation with all the spring flowers, decided to them alongto him any of these names'

beaded by French Preildent I I providing an ideal setting for; you.The paaa "That1' the trouble with' ") BONELESS

Charles da Gaulla and Welt the painters transcript, after a bit of Chelf. Ho an 'Indian giver. 97C

Germany Chancellor Ludwig Erhard. Ben SUM, Saraiota'a famed judicious editing, reads more
or less aa follows: SIRLOIN
artist, will coma to the Car "There ia an old saying .to
The agreement climaxed two dent next weekend to judge the the effect that 'Newspapermenmeet TelevisionIn

days of talks between the two paintings which are done during such interesting people. 4:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M ONLY

leadera and their key ministers the week.Judges: Which ain't necessarily\ ao. It

Erhard returned to Bonn last la possible to spend year In WE GIVE' GREEN STAMPS
the practice of Journalism with. ReviewBy & M
NamedContinued .
night out meeting anyone more Interesting
The full dress session followed than the people lit I p

the second of three scheduler ( From Page One) this room pf
private talks between De Gaulla Industry at the New York "But if we newsmen don'talways f
and Erhard with only Interpreter I get to meet Interesting United Press International

preient. Worlds Fair.Conteitanta. people it can at least be said HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Des TEA BAGS
French and German spokesmen -I are being apon- HAVENITE ON AMATEUR HOUR-Jim Stafford 20. that we get called a lot of Interesting rode again Friday night
said one ilgnifkant agreement cored by the following: Lake* year.old Winter Haven guitarist, will be one of the con names try Li.SITT'$ MILLION CUP

was on Joint cooperation' Region Bank of Commerce," tetUnts today on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour Show at "All of you work In the offices his time on the ABC.televise 16 Bag Site

In economic aid, particularly for. I Tom Aides Terrazzo Bank of 5:30: over Orlando's Channel 6. Stafford was chosenout of members of Congressand Ion network. The well known
Latin America. The Welt Cer- Lake Alfred, Earl W. Massey, of several thousand persons In Florida who auditioned presumably your bones western hero, light of heart and 19

mans hitherto hive feared that Drawn Building, Inc., Adama. for the show. He U the ion of Mr and Mra. W. J. Stef- frequently call upon you for ad wary of turmoil, turned up Ins Coupon Discount Price
French aid moves there might vice. It la quite possible that one-hour series entitled, '
Building Material ford. 707 27th St.. NW s new via ae w-mmw we an. a.a, e.e. IMO
further irritate the United Leis Brother Real Estate, Stout at some point your boas will of all things, "Deitry." This ia
Statea. Heating and Air Conditioning seek your advice on how to how the western ends not withI

The German spokesman laid and Parker Plat Glass I You Your Child And School castigate a newspaperman gallop, but a trot.
it war stated apeclficaUy that ., "Should that happen, you I "Destry" replaces the long
the United States favors the would not want to be caught running "77 Sunset Strip," ands
type of French-German aid cooperation Concert Slated By DAVID NYDICK I'notea taken by the student durIng with your epithets down. Perhaps ABC-TV's latest attempt to

planned for Latin UPI Education SpeclatlatTh the lectures. A good act I ol. I can help you prepare find a worthy successor to its PAPERMATEPM
America. (Continued From Pate One) take notes la a notes la most helpful for reviewing for such a contingency."I droll and successful western of
Reporta were preaented to the Alice Teeter, Ann Triplett and ability ; the material Involved bold In my hand a Hit of "Maverick." Unfortunately Refll- Hue Ink
full conference by the Individual Mark Kerimldaa. necessity college and a ralu- In a course. If properly taken 67 handy Invectives lent to me yesteryear, its new star, John

mlnlitera on the sidelines Playing In the Viola section able aid In high school. Learning they will highlight the Import by a man In Palatka, Fla. He Gavin, does not appear to have 49' Yale C

talks they have been holding. are Patty Edwards, lain rare the techniques of note taking ant points and emphasize con. compiled the glossary after the comic flair of "Maverick" CarperDiseerrt

quihar, and Becky Teeter. begins In the elementary cepta which the professor feel reading a complaint I one* heroes James Garner and Jack Price ,
Cello will be John akilla gradually\ develop Ire essential. made that name-caNng In
Playing school. The
DAR Contest Kelly. And even If be did, Friday via el, rw-e"M Mu Me rw r- sO Isee
Davidson, Jimmy Colyer, Carol ao that a high school I How many motes ahould In America was losing its sparkle nlght'a leaden script would

Continued From Page One) Edwarda, and Mike Lawaon. graduate should hive mastered taken? Many students go to ex "I have picked out a few of have taxed the abllitlea of any.one .
( The Ensemble la under the them. tremes. One type of atudent at the philippics that might: be seeking humor In It.
Benjamin grader, whose Franklin.easy was on I direction of Virginia Starnea The majority of college tempts to take everythlnj useful to you. Take note If you Another note of sheer colncl

who won honorable Davidson and the Instruction courses Involve lectures by the down. He la ao busy copy In, wish cnn.: In the new series, Des
of Helen Dablpen Edwarda. professor In charge. The star words that he loses the point "Acne breeder epitome of
mention and the patriots they try la looking for a fellow who Kills Mildew & Musty Odors
dent la required to understand of what la being aald. The re aslnlnltr, genetic miscalculation framed him In an embezzlement .
chose Mar eta to I write Osborn about, Weitwood were: Tanker Departs ai well aa remember the main suit ia that the notes probably ills a if 10 u a nonentity, In order to clear: his SUN.PAC
the profes knight of the tripewrlter, pari'JOn
points covered by don't make sense This method
eighth grade, Nathaniel Greene; nam. Thla bean a faint plot
of neptitude, precipitator
aixthtrade Continued From Page One) sor. There are several methods la most Inefficient. This type ol similarity to another successful V.lu.
Donna Roe, Lake Shipp ( of regurgltations, purveyor of 1.00
occasions to cut off to accomplish this. note taking lends to make clasi ABC-TV aeries, "The Fugltlv"
Thomas Jefferson; Michael many advantage prevarications, instigator of sedition MILDIWCIDI19
White Lake Elbert sixth water to the bas and finally Some students modem are taking scientific- attendance dull and unstlmulatIng. aayer of un-sootbs,, None of this really matters CouponDiscount I

pad, Paul Revere; Jeff File, mad good his threat when the of zenith of crassneaa. becaus* "Destry" la less exciting I .
Inwood sixth\ pad, Anthony United State refused to bow to advancea. They purchase Iranalstorlzed With- Another type of student objects than, lay, living In Mine. WIN Kill m.MMiM ..I' I'M a"., '*. ". Ir5O
Wayne; Lynn Bradihaw Garner his demand that the seized flihrrnen tape recorders. to taking any notes In ola, N. y In Friday night'a
these the entire lecture can be class. He gain a good understanding .
fifth grade Franklin. b* released may debut, he got Involved with a
Essays for fifth and sixth President Johnson ordered reproducd at a later time of the lecture, but QuotesFrom aaloon ainger (Timmy Grimes) I
This method baa some limits he will forget the main point
graders bad to b* 300 to 400 the water shuttle and said and a mining company Investigator
tions. Th time necessary for and have Dade for review
henceforth the United State no .(Broderlck .Crawford)
worda, seventh and eighth pad-
era', 600 to 1,000. Each contestant will not buy water from Castro playback must equal the original Both of these extremes should NewsReg. who were looking for' 1100,000 DETERGENT
time of the lecture The advantage be avoided. A good act of noteila LIQUID
mind each
J lad to provide a bibliography .men If he changea his accurate Th' in stolen, burled gold -
of sources used, and and decides he wants to tell It. la that an somewhere between these extreme for different reasona. Th* law,
aD outline. The President aald eventually copy of the total lecture la always *. It covers the malt ( U.8. Pat. Off.) of course, got it after an hour I Quart Fair Lady

Mra. Moore Mrs Ralford the United Stales will build ita available.The method ol points and also allows\ the atu. By United Press International and that one spent primarily In 79c Value
moat common dent to think during the lee C
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and Mr. Strecker wen own NEW ORLEANS Dr. Hen
studying la through the use oi lure In o r de r to understand
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a few simple suggestions.A Murphy In the movies, and by
of their husbands:
( From Page )
lecture la generally organized
Andy Griffith In a Broadway
ordered out of the "Wives sometime overburdentheir
ana were around aeveral major the
musical. ABC sums up
with leisure obligations
dock area at Famaguita, the points It also Includes sub men
character like this: "As Deatry
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Iskenderun and Greek police* The Instructor may emphasize Former big thinks slower than a coward." LIGHT
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all effort behind : Ing
A company of British paratroopers missed check with another student plan to put my la the subject of NBC-
headed for Paphoa to the Preildent'a program.
after the lecture. ;
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pu try to restore the ceaiefir Always diagram or
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other material which the Instruv- Interested In broadcasting .
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tor puts on the blackboard. He baseball
can attempts to win approval continuing his questioning major league TRANSISTOR BATTERY
does this to help your organize
In time on Mon.
from the CyprIot government your thoughts. of the reliability of U.S. milalllei (amea prime

for an international peace fore Notes should be organized. : days. Plot- Volt
Williams returns to a
to enforce a truce between An outline form ia simple Itcelps "We're not sure they'll get Andy Value .
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Greek and Turkish Cyprlota. off every tlm. W* don't know regular on ru.wa
to emphasize major point ason..Jonaihan Winter willdo
U.S. Undersecretary of Slit enough! about missiles and
and less
Involves writing.
George Ball continued his If they will go, what effects various I six specials on the earn Coupon
Write clearly neatly. Price
six to eight Dlieount
will have on network( plus
peace efforts yesterday,beading large loose leaf hook will permit explosions shots with Williams.Has win nu MwM-enpM "!< in* e..., rN. if, IMO
the Internal guidance syitemi. (uest
to London from Athens, Greece, more flexibility If notes

to meet with British Prim can't' be read they are useless.Revise .
Minister Sir Alee Douglas-Home. them quickly if neceaairy. -
Ball flew to Ankara and Athena The ideas will still be
Friday from Cyprus to urge the fresh.

Turkish and Greek government The purpose of notes Is to as- GRANTS A Good Job Geriatric Multi VitaminSpecial

to use restraint la the lot a student In reviewing the

dispute. course material. A point should Formula for People Over 40
The Cypriot government said b* mad to review previous MINERALS
It would aend a delegation to notea before each lecture. This For You 6.95 V.lu.WIth i

the United Nations Security will help to maintain the continuity
Council. American and British and total relationship ofall Coupon 5239

official have opposed U. N. parts of the cours DI,,...", Price
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permit the Soviet Union to Arriving at Valley Forge,
tab a hand in the matter Pennsylvania In the winter of Good Starting Salary

through Its veto power. ini when privation and suffering

Four persona were reported were the most severe, Vacation With Pay
killed In two clashes Friday, a h* drilled the ragged, half-

Turk and a Greek in Paphoa starved Continentals Into areal Discounts On Purchases FRIEND
and two Turks in Pollj. Two fighting machine. Wash PLUMBERS

band grenades were thrown ington'! Army waa never defeated .
for AdvancementTraining Fore Cup
near the post office In Paphoa In a fight after Von Steu- Opportunity 24" Hondl with Red Rubber

The Rlppl\Sa.irdg60wbrckavlJ I.tf11o with unreported result ben trained our men. On The Job B9< votuo 'vr' QO C

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Haven Liens Club, will b* presented Thursday night, Nora
Mayo Hall starting at 8.15. "Finland and Lapland" is the
subject of the Travelogue which will be narrated by
Harry R. Reed. The above scene Is the market place at
Helsinki, Finland's capital city. A rare adventure Is the
round-up of more than 3,500 reindeer by the picturesque
Lapps. Tickets will be available at the box office.
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,aK College Women, Meet Monday

Lr -
The Winter Haven Branch of Mrs. Margaret Near of the
the ,American Association of Florida Department of Child
University Women will meet Welfare and Mr. Earl Oodson,
Monday night, February 17 at principal of WahneU School,
7:45: p.m. In the meeting room will present a "conversation
;MEDAL WINNER-Caret* Jo Wilson, an .fahth grad student at Weirweod Junior INWOOD WINNER-Dallas Lee Van Horn, center, wen the elementary uy con. of the First Federal Savings piece" with Disadvantaged
Hg! (, won a DAR medal for htr euiy en "A Revolutionary Patriot. Mrs. William E. test sponsored by the DAR. Mrs. William E. Moor mad the presentation as Jeff File, and Loan Association Members Children the
Moor printed htr with the medal during crmonii at the ichoot. Marcia Oiborn, winner ef honorable mention, observed the medal being pinned en Van Horn. are asked to take notice of the ai general topic,
righ|, wen honorable mention In th* centttt sponsored by the Daughters ef the Amor chang in time.
tea* R.volulion.rY Sheltering Arms Hospital here. The hostesses are the Ed. ST. LOUIS President Johnson .
I Beserk Worker Kills Four Deputlea found three other ucation Committee, Mrs. Harry In i "non.political" address .
Wimberly, Chairman on foreign affairs:
Pierce about
sons of Mrs. aged
The program his been arranged "W shall never resort to
ATHENS, Ohio UPI) ... A gun He was believed to be of 3, 4 and S, huddled together in by the World Prob- battleship diplomacy or rely
youthful farm hand went berserk Mexican descent. the living room of the farm ems Committee, Mrs. Delmar upon the umbrella of appease
t yx in a dispute over wages The sheriff Identified the deadas home near the bodies! of their Lawson, Chairman. ment."
e5 Friday night,'shot four relatives Wildmsn,, 57, a dairy, farmer mother. Eugene's body was In
to death .wounded. two oth- ; his wife,' Mildred; his son, the kitchen.
era. Eugene, 15; and Mrs Genevieve ..
Sheriff Harold E. Shields said Pierce, 26 a daughter whose The youngsters were released Ple' 291.1111
Rudy Zamora, 20, fled Into a husband died only a few after hospital treatment for 101 Aveese A. I.W.
wooded, hilly area near the William months ago.Another shock. I
M. Wildman farm home
daughter, Patricia
Shields said Zamora was a
two miles west of here after the Wildman, 20, a student at 1 .
distant relative of the Wild-
shootings A large number of Mountain State College, Parkersburg -
& a searchers combed the area W Va, and one of man and had lived with them IAgurttnceAssecia.
y 4 T. through the night for the gunman Mrs Pierce' sons, Daniel, 6, since late September or early -
were wounded October of last year. He saidit ..
r 1 Shields described Zamora as Patricia was listed In fair condition had not been confirmed, but
H. "extremely dangerous" and with bead and chest appeared the shooting resulted HARRY CARROLL & RALPH FOWLER
added he was believed armed wounds and Daniel was In good from an argument over wages
with t 20 gauge automatic shot condition with i chest wound at I Zamora claimed was owed him.

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1 Y ,k /DOUBLE See Jerry Lewis

/ selling corned hies

///CELEBRATION in his new ;

t SEALY'S 83rd' "Who's MindingNNIVERSARY

S \ SALE. '
the StorenMY

ANOTHER WINNER-Robort Dormon, center, won the fifth grad medal, In the ATirtlsnytMlsfNOBslaiAtaWeatl
Daughters of the American Revolution uy contest. Lynn Bradshaw, ,left, won honorable .f ,
mention. Mri. Alice Woods, teacher, prtntd the medal to Dormon. MISS LL,

I Mayor Maxcy Honored In Frostproof I EITHER*! ) : "

Th*, Polk Democratic Executit plishments, dating as far backas Maxcy married the former
Committee joined with 1920 when Msxcy, "accom Viva Tillis of Fort Meade and,
the people of Frostproof in honoring panied by another Polk County according to the resolution, NEVER BEFORE ONE SALE.
John Maxcy, longtime citizen persuaded the Legislature "she has been his constant
mayor of that city, Saturday of Florida to pave (ona companion and has encouragedhim .
The Democratic committee county wide basis) the road In every worthy endeavor."
passed a unanimous resolution from Fort Meade to Frost- The resolution ends up: "BeIt
In tppreclation of Maxcy'. proff, Florida." further resolved: That the ofvalues'gtiaranteed'Iike this
"liberal support, time, personal Maxcy served as chairmanof Polk County Democratic Par. a pair
prestige, and generous monetary the Florida Citrus Commission ty is deeply Indebted to the
Contributions to the Democratjc from 1938 to 1940. He is Honorable and Mrs. John Mu.e .
'party In Polk County" currently serving his 40th con ), in that Polk County Is a
The resolution goes on to secutive year as president of better place because their lives _
cite hoMe of Maxcy's accom the Citizens Bank of Frostproof. have and are being lived here"


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FBI Agent Shot

During(UPI HoldupATLANTA ) An FBI Ridge JOHN M.BridgeBy TAYLOR II :

agent wn in fair condition In IDS'IDliollee
DeKilb General Hospital Sat. :
ands following I chin la which Polk County Duplicate Bridge Director

fct was shot Frida,. NORTH played seven times by differ.
Agent James 0. Ponder. wii S-AQIH ent N-S and E.W teami. There
shot itinerant magazine salesman D-AQIO' were six different results that
who bid just taken 2.500 from C-At usually reflected some flaws ,
I Hipevlll lervlc station in NEST1SU010141 la the N-S bidding systems or :
aouth Fulton County near At. HAXQ H-.." team Judjementi. C.CE r
UnU. D-JIT D-441C Both sides were vulnerable, P
Police nld the money wn - recovered and the magazine SOUTHS bidding with 1H. Some North 10 : i
salesman, Victor T Mineii of S-. players choose to trap pass: oz.
Minneapolis, Minn, was held on' -1041 most made an Immediate overcall .
robbery chargei. I' 0-Kll of INT. Regardless of the St Jar 99'e
Officers IM! took into cut- North action, East bid his spade
Maneii wife Sunn and The above hind wit board
today suit without concern. The Soul
No. T In the recent mister :
his half brother George D. players who had trap paiiin SAVE
la Bartow. It was )
MUetic, 17. point game partners had nothing to say, ;
and West dutifully rebid his 40c ;
hearti. Norlh'i shortness to :
For TIME and clubs and strength in tile mJori .- ,0 :
DIAL 118 led him to continue trap "

TEMPERATUREEXCHANGE paiilng 2S bid,East and E-W signed played oft witha the tfRIJt One With $3 or More Order : ri:

C'llIrt hand then on three decision 3
: NATIONAL IANC M Twice the detente let the bid< 0 _
by one trick; once NS got CEL1-ENG
credit for a two trick let.
When North overcalled 1NT
at nil first opportunity, South X* B*

was able to bid hit club lull Price Effective Ftk I I7A+ Tin 19* | /
Repair Ono South player bid 3C and
made 4, losing only two heart ,' 120 THIRD STREET S.W. \TJ\ : :
and a club. South cubed two
Modernize round. of trumps and pitched 150 FOURTH STREET! N.W. lp fs *&* ,

oFwl trawuirlt with losing heart on dummy' fourth ,g'" Plus TOP VALUE STAMPS '-
y, diamond n West trumped with \ & .
the club queen. Another South AUBURNDALI STORE -
QualityMaterials bid 4C and went down "'"
one trick, losing three bean

Let us furnish and Only a trump.two South playeri QMRtrty Rlf>U l Itsinr*4 Mon., Tue. And Wed. Features .
with NT overcalling partners WOats
the materials e LUMBER ...had the foresight to seethe .. /
potential of the N.S hand lAY lOc QUAKER OR MOTHER'S SAVE Ic IIB6TS FINEArmORAFtFRUITShrimp
for the complete PAINTS Doug after Han hearing of Lakeland the EW realize bidi t.1. Pkr

WINDOWS that Eait and West must be limit ;"

job a .. DOORS HARDWAREIf ,of hit bidding Lakeland partner on ,long must Mrs.suits hive Theo and a Waits good that 2 TOaic.. 2ge Drink 32u Tbs.k 15. ;

you are building or remodeling, you eon live on the fit for him In the minors At SAVE 4. EA. UBBY'S MOLASSES, VEGETABLE OR
turning that hit hid SAVE 4 REGULAR
partner < < -
coat of materials thorn TOMATO STYLE PORK &
by purchasing through ui. stoppers In the majors and the .
Substantial savings are yours when w. tin deliver your opponent would hive commune
supplies In I quantity ordor. Spreading your purchases Icition problems, Doug bid I. :
round to several placet li costly to you. Lot ui NT. Ai the cards were, bo had v=: 10' Beans 14 e>I. G.
give you I price on materials for the entire [ob. no trouble making his nine Limit 10 ?
trlc kI. Four
WINTER HAVEN Strangely enough, it was Mrs.
Doug Hill who engineered '
PLANING MILLS good result for her team by
taking the urn 3NT action
Since 1713 Winter Hav..', Oldest end Largest with South'i meager six polnti.
However, against Mrs Hall' 20 ez. 6 Pak
CY 3-2134 Bread 29 Buns 39::
game bid East was forced Into led p
a gambling 45 lacrlflce. This! J
was promptly doubled, and a
detailed description of Eait' ''fo
destruction it too bloody fora
family paper. FRESH MEATS '
i I Around the Circuit f !'t',
The IS. r low maiterpoln SELECT SLICED "
SPECIAL Jim was won by Robert
Thornhlll and Mrs. Ted nlD-
Igan of Winter Haven and b, Lamb Roast
Mrs. Lera Ryan of Winter Haven *. 39c..
cane of Aubumdal. (Ironically LEEF
I the Ryan-Cochrano team was Lamb c I

READER the In the E-W hand pair reported.In 43, doubled.) Mri fRI..1Y Chops ,Ibe 49 ( r M

SERVICE Waits and Mri. & W. Thompson -
of Lakeland turned la I Pork *
tADS 73 per cent game recently lath Steaks &, 49c
... Tuesday night leriei In j

r .- Laktland.Tb Tampa. Valentine Tour. We Give Top Value Stamps : ",,, .
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UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN IS DAYS lament'team" ends event,tonight but there with will the Per 2 9 For Excellent Free Gifts IIr

FOR $1.00 FOR IS WORD AD b. another series game tonight Pound ';
in Lakeland at 7 at Morrlion'i ,, .all t
Cafeteria The maiterpoio
Notices For This Department game in Lakeland this Tuesday 32.d 29' v y
night will be played at ti r I
Limited To the Soroili Club on Lake Mor r
ton. After that, the Tuesday 1
I. ,Item for sale .r swap I* rlw I. N. t Wt.i- N. c:...... night games return to their lif liver Mki Onions A DtKdtui
",.... UI ae Ie..,,. An c:.... regular. location it the Wom.an' CembiMtiM At Terrific Prc! i ,

S. II Were LMf. ,1 ,N. M The dub Birtow, Try Somt Tonight! '
,. Open Pair, 2
Ads *"" be he.aeae 1 I* SINGLETON '' ;
lath AA leitlon, Club ''11'Breaded
I. Iwb MtlM was w.t.le t" *l."lfl'< *t*.tiii... wrltt" ** game will be played Championship this Thursday .
If .H.ri. M4 tato .. and Friday night Both
poise l ear M .il.d II with CHEf FROZEN I
'11_ asmh.e" II address adeM games will start at 7:30. The
.11.,. ... I I..da.eaea Thursday session will be pll). '
C N* (.._,.... .* win" 7.CMft.4 N. ,._ ....... ed to.at The the Civic Friday Center....Ion In Bar.will Waffles 5- $IOO

.. A*wl IH IM II ys.11 be held at Joha'i Restaurant
-I- 18 Birtow. Trophy awards willge !

... .ll. [ to the game winning will pair.be A played milerpolot Beans 3 fc:, 491< '

UPPER!: CHAIR. Good condition, GAS ITOVE Good condition. next Sunday la Lakeland. ? Hor.
120 00. 3W-3SI aft. I 00 P m.KV 13000. UO 2nd IL. Uk. M*

TWO ETtnruo1. I gallon fuel tank' NEW YORK (UPIMt was a
BOAT Trailer tin UO/iM 12" 4
with kOM eoan< bola l> l N nor Mss veal. today '
tied bur. 111 50 *4C)>. 2S3-U7J 430UK .rtala W 00 3M-UT. O list for SlcllliB.born John Dlidone 2 $100 1 Ltkc" =
Mn t. SW.Atndmsda .. 5trs.t.. 1W. who '
was preparing to tend an Pkgs.
emergency shipment of ipihetti .
.\S- Buy to his relatives back
mVarl.t Ton straight I
I7VUJJ ne QuDU.Uk hem.m.d AllrLBOHINO 110 00 Beggs- ..360Sw. t whites pea (.-....fantail CV 4-MW:IM: 00."aid.1.get... A recent letter from his SAVE! 9c
brother ended with i scribbled ;i4
word that looked Ilk. "pitta"or y
HAMSTERS!: t fritulM. 1 m.lfcBr.tflnf ipighettl.Diidon .
Pigeesn. .Mk apLa.w. and mall
n. cagebra
two for Tbo m seta It Immediately picked
wb..L |700 CT 4-JMO
... CT -T7ll.) JIUlyAiitl PI.tch.r. .. sv.w .
In* some local spaghetti for .hI, MIRACLE *: BEd BUY
1I.. went when his wife, Ida, read I
.tnnUOII SALE!:: .... .. REVERE: MOVIE. CAMERA. t mill. the letter and informed her hui- Margarine I. 3h ;
... chair, ttidl.s cloOiInf "191. I, Cartrld.I"d.. Takes. fin. ptc.tuna. band the word was "baita" ornough.
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We have a SEA .
k iiSauce. Orunges ; 491'
12 ego sb. 27c .

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"XJg* ETOKEIY Grapelmii.5s39Si. /

assorted new merchandise. Diced Beets 2 SOI Gna 31c 1


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use your charge account

Forms ReadyLaurie I / f' (t !!,;T:\ .

W Tomlinson, District ,

Director! of Intern Revenue .

today announced that b ,
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new withholding tax table ,"
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(Circular E) giving effect to
the tax reduction bill now pending .

before Congress are being C w f

mailed to all Florida employersand .

should be In their hand
by this weekend. Tomlinion Yr fore
laid that the Internal Revenue c ass

Service was furnishing these tables Y
In advance of passage of ArMR. l

the tax bill ao that employers
could make the necessary

changes In their payroll systems '
I and be ready for the new ) 10\
rates as soon as the President
signs the bill. The new tables ,, 4
give effect to the 14 per cent* Quaii1111j !; ;
base withholding rate agreed*
on by Senate.House conferees
this week The effective date r
of the new withholding ratesis j
expected to be about March
' 1.
( ,
Mr. Tomllnson cautioned employers
that these new rates

I should not be put Into effect ,
, until the bill is signed by the AND MRS. HARRY THOMAS c: c-
President and becomes law He 7
emphasized that the advance
tables are being furnished to Central Church

enable employers to put the w r
reduoed rates Into effect promptly
dn passage of the bill
Director Tomllnson suggestedthat Plans ServicesA

employers watch for announcements
In the press and L-2 .
on radio and television of the series of evangelistic services
date'-en which the new rates will be held in Central Ail t ler
will become effective. Christian Church, 3900 Lake
Blue Drive, NW, beginning Sun 1sa
I' day, Feb. 23 snd will continue

Rev. Zehnder through Sunday, March 1.
Rev. Curtis Hess Pastor of,
the Central Christian Church

St. Petersburg, Florida, will be
To Speak Here the evangelist, and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Thomas, Port Charlotte -
Florida will have charge
''Ii The Rev C. R. Zehnder, former of the music and children's
I r'pastor In Mexico City, work The services will begin
Men is scheduled to be the each night at 7:30: with the
speaker tonight at the meetingof church nursery open for every \
the Concordlani at Grace service. REV. CURTIS HESS
Lutheran Church. During the week of Feb. :17
His topic will be "The Experiences through, the 22nd a series of cottage D. Debault, pastor of the
of a Mexico City Parson prayer meetings will preface church, extends an invitation to ,
,'::::and he will relate lome the revival services The all to shire In the revival ser I
of the interesting experiencesof week of cottage prayer meetings vices.
his pastorate there will be climaxed with an '
I Presently serving as pastor All Night Chair-Of-Prayer, from y '
r, of the Ascension Church in 11:00: pm. Saturday, Feb 22, GOP ChargesFat /
Caiselberry, Fla., Rev Zehnder until 9:00: a m. Sunday morningIn
is said to be a dynamic the church '.nctuar,. I :All Occasion Ensemble
' speaker Couple will participate In the ,
The meeting will be preceded 30 minute', sessions of prayer j In BudgetWASHINGTON .,
,[ with a covered dish ,supper and meditation in the .U.nl&ht Ii' Easy elegance describes this lovely tfireo piece
at 6 p.m. In the Pariah Hall. prayer meeting. Rev. Delma "C' a/ costume fashioned in "Avanti", brand new blend
U (UPI Congressional : f ( .: r I t" i of lustorteed fayoa with Illk Quality HI3. our h tr
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claim ,
Republicans '
DAILY CROSSWORD I r your luncheon date, teatime, dinner r appointment
there Is billion to S billionof
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ACROSS a.Corroded n Seat of N "fat" to be slashed from e '
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O..Rlb Songs M nnaceo J' K I" A uI I' V despite the Chief Executive'l blouse
10.Pull: two people track uc, I '
8.TV award circuit 1or economy claims. For "
portion p Prophecy Spring 32there
sunspot 1.Subside 23.Tell l L I Rep. Frank T. Bow, R.Ohio, h .
A J V \ 'ray ,
12.HHled a.Fixed, as cents u I chairman of a re-created GOP "
Live coal food 2L Arab' N u ., No matter, today's temperature put Spring C..
13.14."Much '.Mandarift glnnent' ,, i "economy' task force," announced In your wardrobe with this three part ensemble ,$..:,,, wf' ,
About tea 28. norNothing" + ,. the opening of I new just received from Quality Hill our famous i':. ..
lL Shoo passed Te.t.dsy'e A. .ws15.Obligatloa election year drive to cut the costume couturier. Perfect blend of arne-1 triacetate '
melody 28.Constella34..Denomm. budget In the weekly newsletter and rayon donlm-weave to provide day
11.Jumbla 18.- sod 30.tlon Concise 85. Place of the House Republican and days of wrinkle-free wear. White (washable -
18.Tears 28.downs Borders U. Anarchists 37.Weight: Campaign Committee. ) overblouse and chiffon scarf accent the t _
U.Lloyd'Symbol: 20.Mount iD 13.External Chin. At the same time the newsletter fresh, crisp newness of this elegant ensemble. ,
Register SW coating of 89. Shrub: claimed that Republicans -
20.Tru.ta Wuhlllctoa.. eeecI l.p. last year cut the late President 26 : ,
23. Flit Kennedy's last budget by $U "
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r There art many factors

that build up nervous tension .
In our modern world,
nerve tension 1 Is a major paradise
health hazard. The pace of >
life U top swift, the strain
la too constant, the struggle
a* too keen.Nel'VOOl .

disorders, tech-

nically called anxiety neuro- '
ale (an'ciety meaning on
edge or state of distress; Cl
neurosis .1 A. 'Ell, .. .. .15..9&
meaning nerve condition tn whit*. .. . .
). So a person with ; ,
I 'nerve tension" la certainly ""11'; 'Engaged' In black and whit

in a elate of distress and it or blue and whit. . . . IS.95
U caused by a functional disturbance .,
of the nervous system C. 'Sardis* tn whit I *, bone, bl..S

The victim may become DR. CHAFFIN red bl.ck'or black '

fearful of crowds, timid .
in business, and may find Upon locating the pressureon '...
himself growing weaker in nerves, it Is then essential ,,
his ,emotional stability. He to correct the cause so
""? give many excuse for that normal health may re- i

not participating in normal turn. ; ..
activities, such as being /'; ..' ,
tired or having something
one .f a ..rl.. If irtlolM
else to do, but aim bating to ) RtflI14F1-h11lI
published U explain anIlluttntt
be left alone .
the praotioM ofchlropr.ctlo. ,
To determine of :
the came published/ by __
nerve tension it h essential Dr. Krvln C. Chiftln, who. _
to locate the origin of presure tfflo I. located at Thrift- wro .
which It affecting the way C nt.r, T".pha"a CY i 2i* W. CENTRAL
normal flow of nerve energy. I-OD7Z.

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June Taylor Please NoteWinter ..'. ., ..

Haven's current crop of small fry gymnasts stretch and strain :

preliminary to ballet rehearsals-and it is a dead-serious business.

While not ready to threaten the Rockettes, the youngsters preschoolers _

all struggle with fundamental rudiments of pirouettes and _

high kicks, with all the enthusiasm of stage-struck starlets competing fora

spot in the line of a Broadway musical.

What they lack in grace and assurance is made up by their enthu

siasm. And time' brings changes.: After all, they are only four, and. ,five.


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wait their turn to limber up with their tumbling routine o."I

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are Kathy, Patty, Ann and T.ri. j

LOOK MOMI! ONE HAND I (Left) Ann Lofton Is a itudy in con- '.
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Deede Beth Taylor I It I little too young for lesions :
I from her dancing perenti Dottie and Luther Taylor
Jr., but the has a ball trying to mimic thorn .
GEE, My dance board It fun! Glad grandpop SAW MOMMIE DO THISI! Golly It's I long way MADE ITI! But it sure was e struggle! Pleaie! Now with her own special dance board made by her "w. I
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I Miss Clay Will Exhibit In S t. Petersburg |:

Miss Lucile Clay will spend the latter part of the week In St. Petersburg$

a. the guest of Mm. Georgia Krenich. Mrs. Krenich is president of the Florida

West Coast Doll Collectors, of which Miss Clay is a member. Thursday and Fri.

day the club Is presenting an Heirloom Doll Show In St. Petersburg There win

be approximately 300 dolls-antique, handcrafted, modern, character' and for.

I eign. Also shown will be Doll Houses, Doll Buggies, and Doll! Furniture.

Miss Clay will have two exhibit
sUt el by GILUC CLLI3 *-"150 years of Fash Jack McFarland, publisher Mr. and Mn. Ira M. Mary,
News' Journal, Mur- 108 Longfellow Road, Garden
ions" (a group of lovely bisque Dally
EJ and china dolls depicting freesboro, Tenn., Is visiting at Grove, are entertaining tome
Hints On Arrangements the various styles throughthe the home of Mr. and Mrs. of their Detroit, Mlch friends.
j years, beginning with W. E. Ryneraon, 111 Lake Mr. and Mrs. Harry J.
r Tolnetle in a 1794 costumeand Silver Drive. Muhlltner arrived Friday for
closing with a portraitdoll a weeks visit, and :Mr, and
; = To Be Entered In Show F of Jacqueline Kennedy Mrs. Benny Crawford and Mrt. George Buffmlon, who
r wearing I copy of her In- family have moved here from are wintering at Elinor Village .
I The Jacaranda Garden Club titular kind of container it augural gown) and "Patty their former home In Com will join them on Wednet
Sue-A Modern fashion Doll. merce, Ga. They are residingon
: this week it the horn specified whether
met e particularcolor Patty Sue was acquired in lath Street SE. d'r.MI.
I 'of Mn. F. L. Okula with or color harmony .la 1940 and each year there .. Ann Mason Scott has
I ', Jfn. SUnler Parker n co. required.With after It represented by a Miss Barbara Staack bat been invited to join Alpha
... the preliminaries out costume typical of that year been Initiated into Gamma Lambda Delta l freshmenwomen's
March being Flower Show of the way, the next step Interesting Items are the Bela Chapter of Alpha scholastic Honoraryat
month, the program wn centered la to ret an Idea for the ar "Sloppy Joe" sweaters which Gamma Delta Sorority at the University of Tennetsee.
on arrangements and rangement. The schedule will 1 were worn buttoned down the Florida State University in Initiation Is to be held today
I grooming show plants. probably Imply whether the back, broomstick skirts, batwing Tallahassee where she is a Mist Scott, who it a home
Mn. Kay Flanagan gave I motif should be expressive) sleeves, the "new look aophomore. Miss Staack It economics major, la the
report on Rockwell and Gray* (Interpretive) or merely dec of 1944" and the "new look the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mra.' J.
ion book "The Complete Book oratlve. In either case one of 19SS," and ending with the Lewis Staack. Bernard Scott Jr
Flower Arrangement" The flowered beehive hat and
on will do well to start with
I 'arranger who plant to en rough sketch suggesting the slender sheath of 1963. The Rath Circle of Trinity Mr. and Mr*. R. D. Sea-
I ter competitive classes In e design or pattern The container Meet The LentesteusNotable Anyone interested in Methodist Church will\ meetat well are anticipating the ar
I flower show facet a new chal- the mala line, and the "Dolls" will be cordially wel. nine a.m. Tuesday at the rival tomorrow of the for
lenge and whole let of comed by members of the home of Mrt Robert Mullen, mer's brother.in.law and sister
center of Interest are Impor newcomers to the away "And Winter Haven It Dr. Lenfestey attended the
new problem Instead of tant. These' can be correct Winter Haven area are Dr. such a friendly place," the University of Rhode Island, Florida West Coast Doll Collectors ell 25th Street NW. Mr. and Mrt. George
making arrangements entirely and loin Fred and Mrs who will be in cos Sorah of Greensboro, N. C.,
ed until they comply with Lenfestey charming Lenfestey the University of Tampa and
to suit herself, the flow the principles of good design, children, Eva, age nine, Bob, said. "Everyone Is so friendly the University of Florida. He tume. Mr. and Mrs. Charles and their nephew and niece,
crihow exhibitor must fol. eleven and Jim thirteen. Themes have at their Dr. and Mrs. Roy Clemmons
scale, balance, harmony and such an important thing holds a bachelor of science
Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Harrison the former's uncle of Gainesville. The Sorahs
low the prescribed schedule rhythm. The family is now getting when you move to a new degree in engineering.A guests,
,.Mand rules to the letter if an Next choose flowers and settled here after moving community." masters degree in clinical are here from Boston, Mast. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. will remain for an extended
.". award li to be won. One foliage to provide the forma from their former residencein Mrs. Lenfestey attended psychology and a doctoratein for winter the remainder of the F, Thomas, of DaUat, Tex. visit here. -.
ihould study the schedule of and colors that will enable Pensacola. Florida State University and educaUonaluldanc.. season I r--------------,
:. the arrangement section to you to carry out the design, Dr. Lenfestey president of the University of Tampa. She Flying la a great love of
I ;; make lure what all requIre. !keeping In mind that the finished the new Polk Junior College. holds I bachelor of science Dr. Lenfestey, and until recently Mr. and Mre. W. S. Medlln I I McDonald's Sundries !'
: went are In the classes In arrangement will be In "Moving here is like com degree, and la a member of he piloted his own of Moneroe, N. C. have arrived I :
which the exhibitor wishes to three dimensions A few days fog home for us," Mrs. Len. Sigma Alpha Iota, musical plane. He also shares with hit to spend the remainder 1606 SIXTH ST., S.E. '
enter in advance make an arrangement festey said They resided in honorary She has her hands family a strong Interest In of the season in the area |I
Even the smallest shows are as nearly as possible Pensscola for almost nine full with her family and her In boating, and enjoys wood. ONI LOCK OFF CYPRESS GARDENS ROAlt |

very specific In designating identical to the one plannedfor years, she and her husband hobbles which includes makingall working.The Mrs. Nora Freemai of I I Make a 1-Stop shopping trip!
': what plant material type of the show. Then it some art both natives of Tampa, of her own clothes, gardenIng Lenfesteyi are Presbyterian. Battle Creek, Mich. Is visiting i
I container, accessories, and details do not work out exactly and that it only fifty miles and refinishing furniture. with her titter, Mn. C. A. I I' e POST OMICI a FOUNTAIN a PHOTO PICKUPS
background (If any) are per. Collins
as planned there is an
mltted in each, and the exact opportunity to change or read. '
t pace allotted to each entry just. Also there la time to Your Mirror Reflection Mr. and Mn. H. C. Coburn I I e SUNDRY ITIMS
In that cl.... Particular examine the finished job and Jr. of Htddonfield N. J. la Open I a.m. 7 p.m. Weekdays Sunday 9 a.m.1 p.m. I IL.
attention! should be paid to check It carefully for errors the houseguest of Mr. and I IMrt. I rhon.CY3.231l .
such matters ai whether or the judges would be likelyto Enhance Your Appearance With Jewels Shep Wolf i L., =. -_ -
... not accessories are permitted discover Go over it with
whether dried material ii considered your "scale of points" In
to be accessory material hand and score it critically By JENNINE BUTTON MR. TRICE SAYS "
if line or man la to at though you were a judge.A Charm Authority
be stressed, whether a par color film "Of Lines and As glowing candles add charm to your dinner table, jewelry becomes the

how Flowers"to assemble actually materials showed, crowning touch to your appearance. But it mint be worn with imagination as

SOUTHERN FLORIDA condition flowers and foliage, Well as taste, and never so much at one time that you look over.decorated. w

I select the right container, and Every season brings with it ally. You may give the impression __ t
I COLLEGI step by step the construction lome new trend in jewelry you're set In your a t
-: Vagabond present of the arrangement. styling. You can give your Jr'yU rd
the Winter Members and guests were wardrobe that special tome- ways
Repertory Theatre Mesdames William Clifford, thing by investing In one or Be sure you know the particular O
W. C, Davis, J, A. Haney, two versions of the latest demands of your neck "
I. CURTAIN TIME e PM Wallace Hinselman, C. M. Ideas area. la It long and slender
.1, "THE,..HAPPIEST.... hh. It* Monts de Oca, S. A. Moore, Don't wear the same old short and chubby, wide or r
OF YOUR LIFE"DAYS Martin Muma, Frank Sleeth, fashioned pin or necklace yearin narrow? Vertical necklines .1 t
Thrlma and year out. This doesn't and "V" shapes lengthen the
M. M use Sylvester, Paul Wels, w'J.
"THE GLASS MENAGERIE" J. D. Wilson Carl Heck, mean you should throw out appearance of a short neck. ; In Time'
ht., ,.*. tint John D. Patterson, Dan E. those precious family heirlooms Short chubby chokers and "Just ,
"A DOLL'S HOUSE" Egan, Charles Letnord and Every woman'a jewelry beads should be replaced by } '.. .
Adults SI, Students SO. Joe Closshey. box contains some of matinee length pearls, Thin )
w: P'I.,.,.. a.utn.rn ttudtntiFr these, and It's fun to wear looped neckline chains fill InV t,,'
a For ".....".tl... To remove a candle wax them often but not contmu- I neckline and dramatize "
.0. Tlekitt Phtni AIM...Avilliblt.JSBS stain, place the stain between For EASTER"The
J At Door clean white blotters or several
'LITCHIRTHIATII.'N.THI.ROUND layers of facial tissues the long line that Is needed.
and press with a warm Iron. Bouquet Club Has WorkshopA Too slender necks require
.. AUDITORIUM Then sponge with a grease tort flattery and a substantial
To The
solvent. amount of neckline. You OpeningOf
w flower show work shop local people have contributed
thin neck
can give I scrawny
was held Thursday when the toward the building. I softer look by combining the Our New Store Was Overwhelming.TO '
Bouquet Garden Club met at Mrs. Dunson, assisted by V shaped pendant with a two ,
rl the home of Mrt. L. W Mrs. Edgar Hales, Mrs. A. H. or three strand neck choker.As G
l Dunron. Underwood, Mrt. George for bracelets: Keep
them simple and single. If
Mn. John Boland was the
w ThornhlU and Mrt. W. 5.
; guest apeaker. While making your arms and wrists are on SAY "THANK YOU"To
arrangement, the gave pointson Young, served a dellcloui the heavy tide, make certain
t flower show practice at luncheon from tablet beautifully that any bracelet you do
well at constructive criticism decorated with spring wear It suitably large. Tight All The Wonderful People Who Made
asa to each member. She included bracelets give a squeezed,
.. many "quickies" and tricks flowers. pinched, look to your wrists, This Possible We Are Again Offering .
Members other
of the art that gives the attending and emphasize the fact that
finished pieces a professionallook. than the above mentioned you're not at slim at you
I'i. were Mesdames Fred Airing- could be.Earrings. IN TIME FOR EASTER
M Mrt. Boland hat given ton, J. J. Bennett, H. A. should always be
5 many hours of her time Carroll, L. B. Carter, C. F. selected to balance the shape
.. and talent to the clubs Deming, Herman Jones, Irby of your face and the hair-
.. of Winter Haven, at a flower McDaniel, J. M. Moorman, style you wear ComplementIng -
show Judge, also a past district Larry Rollins, Fred Schnetzl. hair color and complexion
.:. director, and a sponsorof er, A. B. Westphal, Roy with white or yellow metal It
the local Planters Club. White, J. B. Williams and also a must $1 100 Wardrobe
Several members volunteered J. A. Golf.Depend In general, keep In mind
.. to give programs to the that jewelry with circular
newly organized Girls Club on a cedar chest to lines softens bony contours, To Be Given
angular pieces: improve round Away
tt Wahncta keep clothes safe from moths,
.. Mra. J. B. Williams gavea but not If the lid of the chest silhouettes. Saturday, March 28th, at 4:00: P.M.
report on the Winter Haven is warped and not airtight.In .
4 Council Flower Show, and such a case, also use Registration Begin Monday Morning 9:00 A,M.
proposed Garden Center plana. aome type of moth prevent- Eagle Lake
.. ..Uve.ee4e. I ,
.. She reported a number of _-====
Civic League

r Birthday PartyThe Mr. Trice says he has the latest in styles, fabrics

r Df'g' Eagle Lake Civic and colors, Jr. Petite, Junior, Misses, Misses Petite,
League held its annual birthday and Half Sizes
party In the form of a
covered dish luncheon this

ChubbetEeErich's house week In the community FROM 1095 to $2495Our

The tablet were decoratedin
keeping with each month
of the year Guests were
seated at the table representing Stock is Complete in

the month of his Sports Wear Skirts, Blouses and All Length Pants
Care birthday.Hostesses.
Complete Beauty
w e r e Mrs.
George Davis, Mrs. Van Mad. $295 to $$95Trice's
den, Mrs. James Monroe and

extends in Invitation to you to corn New Location SpecialPERMANENT Mrt.Out.of Michael.town guests Novak. attending .

)Ir. and Mrs. J.
In end
lit their new line of CHUBBETTE
Storm Mr.
R. Pennsylvania;
dresses end sports wear for the hard to fit and Mrs. II. C. Mortimer,
Iowa; Mr and Mrs. Cecil
: chubby gIrl. Ages I to 14. In the children's, Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Shaffer, Ill.; M. Webster, Oregon Casual
department on the second floor. and Mrt. Haddock.

J Re*$10.00 *pflUU Members attending were
Mr. and Mrs. George Davit

Downtown C' 0' NOW J Complete Mr.and and Mn.Mrt.Mark Dayton Schlieper Mr., Town

Mr. and Mrt. Michael Novak .
! : It'sI Mesdames Leon Welch,

I 58 5th St. For Appohltm t Call 293-1332 John Van Madden,J.James D. Monroe,
N.W. Coburn,
Atrctt. MW Serene "... the InkMf leak Nrtli' let Harold Dunham and J. D. 231 W, Central Ave. 293-8355

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sund.y, February |16, |/964 Page It
A Bride And Two Brides-Elect '
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Book Review In Lake AlfredTwelve

ci t:,
f Thursday ForWoman's tablet were In play

-_ at the wom' n'. chrb la lake
Club Alfred this week,

Finger sandwiches and eeok.
Mrs A. F. Sheppard will
with coffee were served
AI five a book review at the from a tea table overlaid
F 'i f Woman'i Club of Winter Haven with a linen cutwork cloth\

Thursday at eleven a.m. The centerpiece was of red
and white flowers A of
? ,r tq The title of the book la, "Red pot
red tulips raced the
t.f'iilylpi Head Rash and Religious" piano
w by Dr. Don M. McClure Door prizes winners were
Mesdames John Parker Fred
Mri. William J. Strecker la
S"t Bearden, V. W. Saulua, Dan
of the tea and Group
Baucum, Leo Jones, Mamie
U will assist.Following
Boley, Henry Anderson, W,
the tea there will
4 be D. Cueley and Maya Carrlei.Mn. .
a local contest
Allen Lewis, chair
with Mri. George Palmer ai
i Chairman. mall WH assisted bjr Mei.
dames John Frelner,
District I Festival ef Fine
Walcott, Clarence Smith, Jele
t1t Arts will be held Friday at
w r- Johnson, Matt Moran and
Hotel Sebrlng in Sebrlng.
Kenneth Jackaon. -
\ Every one entering the contest -
vaf must have all
1 + # articles Soya protein hai almost the
Y ,,6jv and entries in by 10 a.m.
.i oa that day lame quality ae the prolela
: XI Gamma In meat, eggs, milk and
cheese, reports the U. S. Department
i Lewis Staack and Mri.
.. 'H" ....1 Arthur Hancock will be host of Agriculture:
eases at the home of the former *
MISS PENELOPE ANN COATES Thursday night to XI study book and Hri. x: S.

Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Bennett will present the.de.vollonal. -

Miss Coates Will Wed Phi Sorority. .. .
FridayPlant Mrs Paul Legg ii in chargeof Youth TemperanceThe

the program, "The Car Youth Temperance
MISS JO ANN JONES are being announced Mr. Beasley served In the ibbean." Council will meet tomorrow
WCTU Bight at 7:30: In Mary Bey.
for the approaching

Miss Jo Ann Jones Is Engaged y5 L a ,y r, marriage Coates of, daughter Mist PenelopeAnn of Wri. Army now in for the six Army months Reserve.He and la. Temperance The Woman's Union will Christian meetat mer Hall Church.of the A Beymer social hour, Memorial

Virginia R. Coatei, and is a member of St. Paula (::4S a.m. Tuesday In the will follow\ the meeting and
Episcopal Church and Is employed chapel of the Memor refreshments will be lerved.
James L. Coates, to Chariot
Cot and !ifr.. Roy Jones development. Her activities
Edwin Beislcy, ton of Mr, by Bessley Insurance tat Methodist Church. Mrs. All young people are invited
at FSU included
are today announcing the engagement Sophomore Agency Inc.
Council, Junior Counsellor; and Mrt. Edwin K. Beasley. Earle Rabb will\ review the to attend.

of their daughter, Phi Mu Social Sorority-rush MRS. EUGENE J. HOGAN JR. The double-ring ceremonywill
Jo Ann, of Satellite Beach, chairman, pledge trainer and be solemnized at eight
to John Jaaln Jr., of Hazelwood Panhellenic a representative.The p.m. next Friday In the chapel
Mo., ton of Mr. and bride-to-be it a mem- Miss Owens Weds Mr. HoganIn of the First Presbyterian
Mri. John Jasln Jaywood ber of St. Paul'i Episcopal Church with the Rev James ONLY AT .

Farm, Bristol Wit. Church and is a teacher at Blackwood officiating.
The bride-elect Is ana. the Sea Park Elementary Lovely Church Ceremony Nuptial music will be by
tive of Alabama. She moved School, Satellite Beach Mrt. Florence Cox Wilson, organist TiyE
here with her family ten Mr Jasin U a native of and Robert Branson,
:yean ago and was graduatedwith Wisconsin. He was graduated A Valentine theme was reflected forming a flower She carried vocalist
honors from the Win from Saint Mel High Schoolin in the wedding Fri a cascade bouquet of Mr. Coates will give Mi
ter Haven High School in Chicago, and received his day of Mina Will Ann Owens, red carnations daughter In marriage She
1957. While there she was degree from Marquette University daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. will have her twin sister,
editor of the annual and was Milwaukee, Wla., 1957. C. Owens, and Eugene J. Attendants Wear Red Sandra, as maid of honor,
active in various campus or He ii now employed with McDonnell Hogan Jr., son of Mr. and Miss Let thl Owens wn maidof and her other sister, Sara Jo, Nadine
,anlza uon.. Aircraft Corporation- Mrs E. J. Hogan. honor for her sister and will also be an attendant. :
Miss Jones was graduatedIn Project Mercury and Ge The Impressive double-ring bridesmaids were Mri. David Robert II. Hosklni III will
1961 from Florida State mini.A ceremony was solemnized at Sheffield and Miss Sandra serve aa beat man and ushers
University with a B. S. degree June wedding U being seven pm. In the First Baptist Hogan. will be George Gayle, :: "' DANCE FROCKS
in psychology and child planned. Church of Inwood with The attendants wore Identical Gordon II. Scales, Alfred ; .
--- the Rev. J. Willis Campbell I street length gowns of Eater Jr, and M. Lyle Beat- t 'i<
officiating red brocades satin with hell- ley. "

The church decoration featured shaped skirts. Each wore a A reception will be held ,{'
3 out of 5 With Hearing LossesDo an archway covered matching headpiece with anosevell. In the church parlors Open U .
with greenery and white Mina Owens carried house will be observed and w
cascade all friends Invited. NOWI USE OUR CON ,....*.,- ...
Not Need Hearing Aids! mums, banked with palms a of red and white are ..' t.
Pedestal baskets held white mums and the bridesmaids Mist Coitet was graduated YENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN.

Why worry needlessly/ / ? gladioli and red pompons carried similar arrangements from the Winter Haven High :
Each window was decoratedwith Mini Susie Braxton, junior School In 19G1 where the was .1'
Com In, let Sonofone relieve your mind; greenery and a single bridesmaid, wore a gown like a member of the Latin Club t
You red taper that of the other attendants. and Future Nurses of Amer. 1
Medical authorities estimate "picture" your hearing.
Joe Jams, vocalist, and Mri. Owens chose for her ica. She It a member of the
chart know
there are to 15 million see the you the .
Americans with hearing losses score-then you decide.There's Mri. Donald Elwell, pianist, daughter's wedding, a beige First Presbyterian Church and I
. presented nuptial music heath with contrasting accessories It now a student at the FROM
tonl.yupt06mllhl"need ;
hearing aids. So,even If your : no charge for the Silk Organza Gown and orchid corsage. School of Nursing, St. Petersburg
Iwaring Isn't a. good a. It was. test, of coune. Call for an ape Given in marriage by her The bridegroom's mother Junior College $24'5 ;:
the odds are 3 to 2 In your JIOIDment! todayend, your father the bride wore a beau. wore white lace over pale blue Mr. Bcaslcy was also graduated !
favor that you don't need a hearing worries. tiful formal gown of silk organza satin, and used white accessories. from the Winter Haven M9"
bearing aid. t Also get your FREE copy of fashioned with a scoop Her corsage was also High School In mi. While in
WhrworryneedTcssTY'1Come 40-page booklet, "Your Hear. ed neckline. The empire bodice of orchids school he received the out. !
In :' ing and Your Health. Contains was designed with elbow E. J. Hogan served at best standing sportman'i award
test relieve your mind. If you revealing facts about care of the length sleeves, and the controlled man for hit son Ushers were and was a member of the i
don't need a hearing aid, ears, effect of vitamins and bell-shaped skirt, with Ronnie Braxton, Jerbie Bryan Winter Haven Tennis Club.
Sonotone will be pleased to tell drugs on hearing,whether deafness its soft back fullnss, swept and Billy Ilogan. lie attended Stetson University .
you so. is inherited-everything Into a chapel train. A flat ReceptionA and It a member of Pi A' :
Our test tikes Just a few you want to know about bear bow defined the back waistline reception was held In Kappa Phi Fraternity. :
minutes, gives you a complete Ing problems.Tfiefnsfeefnomt. Re-embroidered Alencoa the educational building of the .

;Jri lace appliques enhanced the church where the brides table I :I

Son to nee bodice and skirt front. The was centered with a PresbyteersMeet
o better hearing for 33 year bride'i bouffant veil of Illusion three-tiered cake flanked by

was held by a forward lighted tapers In three-branch- TonightThe 1 1101I
HIARINO.' CINTin, HAVIN HOTIL petal headpiece of lace, centered ed silver Candelabra. Red
TunOy. v.bruary IS Hours 10M: t.m. I. I p.m.
Strvlc* and aatteei.s I points throughout the reception
evening In the dining room
room. of the First Presbyterian :
0 0.0 0 Miss Patty Sellan was In Church at seven o'clock. "
oo' .. 00 SLIP INTO charge of the brides book William Cheetwood of Tam

SHOE WITH A BRIGHT IDEA oElastic'zad and assisting In hospitalities pa will be the guest speaker i
o HEAVENLYCOMFORT were Mri. Ed Bazemore, Mrs At Chief Executive of the ..
00" ;" .', 1! 0'0 G. W, Sanderson and !Mn Boy Scouts of America for

OF George Weston. the Gulf Ridge! Council, Mr.
For a wedding trip, the. Cheetwood will tell of the
bride chose an aqua sheath scouting activities in hit area i I
with matching full length and show a film on the 1960
coat, contrasting accessories Jubilee Jamboree.
i CoronationM and a while orchid corsage Mr Eric Westphal la In
The newlyweds will resideIn charge of the evening wor : I Ij

Tampa, where Mr. IloganIs ship With two Boy Scouts
stationed with the Air to assist her she will follow
Force at MacDill Field.A the Scouting theme, using
"Are We Prepared" ai her
cake layer Is done when devotional "."
t L. it shrinks slightly from the Supper chairmen for the I. ...
sides of the pan or if It event are Mr. and Mri. Robert t' 'kt" w
springs back when touched Heck and Mr. and Mn. i

lightly with the finger. Robert Adams ...

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topline cella this r r
pump for a clinging fit. Its ,

smooth good looks stem from
We are proud to announce that i

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try it it to buy it. As urn fir I DANCE, DANCE, DANCE, In a prom dress by NADINE. Nadine ilea always
GOOD BOVSEKXEP1NO Jane Pierceis been the fashion leader In dance frockil Exquisite embroideries on the sheerestof
sheer fabrics add to the most wonderful and delicate hues that ever dancedthe
White 6I. Soft C.K.ll., IO (h. ,aI(, night away.

Our wonderful new 1944 collection 'Includes the new "A" skirt,
now emaciated with \I,. All of her friends are
the Bouffant skirt end the controlled sheath skirt, in full lengthor
invited to consult her for all their fashion needs at the Ballerina length.THE .

The Sundial Shop

UM see mi MAN Open Friday Evenings 'til I PM 222 W. Centra

w.let cUlS iST*.! WINTER HAVEN 1507 6th St., ,N.W. CY 3-4546 319 W. CENTRAL .




DAILY NEWS-CHIEF Sunday, February li, 1964 Page \12

II'II'I' I Camellia Garden Clubbers A Miss .11I11'.......,''..'.''..''iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii''''.........Club ..m"u.liiiiiiiiiii.,

Azalea Holds Session I

I Have Proaram t.I On Flower Show And A Mrs. talned Mrs.the E.Azalea E. Darnell Garden enter.Clubat loll ment with of red Valentines end whit, glad. .,

Flower Show Information on flower arranging will be ,.. her new horn on AvenueS Mrs. W. R Boland and Mrs
was the program subject for held February tt at t:M at \ ';'"' """ N W Thursday, F. L. Gosnell were assisting :
i R. Hatfield hoste.
member of The Camellia the home of the president, { Mrs W pre-
Garden Club Thursday at the aided over the meeting when
Mr. Carl ('lIIIne,. Member df
R. 0 Bice \ welcomed were Mrs.
home of Mri guests
will lake materials. for making 'rrl"f Mri Roscoe Class
with Mri. H B. Conley sere Grace Veitrem JOY MeetsThe
log ai cohoiteu.Artistic clime arrangement selected ..: Hunt Mrs. R. Tinaley and t
d. II I g n times, for the Flower $bow. lr"'," i',,,"' : Mrs. G. Sugsdin.Mri. Joy Sunday School
plant amlllei, horticulture exhibits Mri. Earl Ch'.nce. horticulture : f': Clyde Pettljohn wit Clan of the Parkland Bap.
with rules governingthe ;: II IIi" honored by having her name list Church met this week <
entries for the Flower gave members edu'rl : placed on the Patrons Plaque at the home of Mri. Robert "
Show, March IT and IS, were printed materials on It In recognition of more than Jahn.
discussed by Mn Earl "Poisonous Plant Around the 'i"11. ... l (1,100 she raised with her Mrs Lamar Beaucbamp
Chance Members were given ." and a list of cold I f garden cart for the Florida teacher announced the plans
printed copies of the iched- tolerance plants for central /. :. federation during 19ST.59. for the Church'i anniversary
show facts t: for the day celebration to be held February
lower The
vie and ?: : program
Florida to be placed in the r
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1'14' .
and tips by Mri. Chance. : ,. was based on flower arranging 23, with a picnic dinner
Mrs. Franklin Gardner explained horticulture olden. elected designs for flow being served
I how "color and dis The nominating committee : I Ir show uie Arrangements Mrs. Dan King presented
tinction" plays an Importantrole for selection of new club of. h'f! ..j!'' I were made by Mrs. W. A. the devotional message from
in flower arrangement (icert win be Mrs Bice, Mri. a Heath, Mrs W E. Wilson the book of Isaiah.
Color Is an important element Jones and Mri. R. y ,,:;, f Mrs T, C McCollum and Those attending Included
Bishop "
and influences emotion "Dis fr Mrs E. E. Darnell. Mesdames J. M, Moorman,
tinction la the unusual use C Davie and a report will r The tea table was covered Don Harvey W. W Cole,
of the usual It li bow ma* be made at the March meetIng with an Irish linen cloth and Paul Vaughn Beaucbamp
teriali are used, not what and new officer elected. centered with an arrange King and C. C. Reeves I
was used.", stated Mri. Gardner Flower Show Isalnment.for .
the eleven artistic daisei .
I A massed arrangement In and the special commit. \, 1r a. I
pink was exhibited by Mri. lees were made by Mrs IJ
Howard Wells for her discussion Cooney. i I NOW OPEN
on "deilgn and basic Mrs II A. Wurdeman was
ahapei" The elements of de. welcomed 'aa a guest and : J
sign are to observed In the members attending were Met-
I symmetrical and asymmetrical dames Ed Reinti R. C. Da.via MRS. WAYMON DURRENCECrawfordDurrance
arrangementi. The basic Stuart Sealover G. D.
shape or linear used for an Bridges, A. L. Fatzarl!, Bishop Nuptials MONDAYNIGHTS
arrangement depends o n Jones, Raymond Johns,
where the creation li to be Glen Hicks, Howard Wells 1
placed or the interpretation Ervin Schneider Darwin A Valentlne'i Day wedding A reception was held following .
oLa, theme to be stressed. Wright, Richard Noll Earl united In marriage Mist Cayle the ceremony
MM. Mini Bice read a review Chance, Carl Cooney, William Crawford daughter of MaJ. Mrs. Durrence was graduated MISS GAYLE LONG
.. "originality and con. Taylor Franklin Gardner (ret) and Mn H. G. Crawford .
dltionlig material. Originality and the hostesses.A of Winter Haven and from Bottler High School *
may be achieved by Waymon Durrence, ion of and moved to Winter Haven Miss LongIs Miss L'ghtnerAnnounces
design, by choice of mater common poisoning around Mr. and Mra. James Dur In 1963 She was graduated .
lib and containers by formation the home is caused when rence also of this city. from Ayers School of Date
by Inspiration by amall children chew on wooden The ceremony was perform. Business and Mister Lynn's 117
I simplicity and by eitcutlon. objects covered with lead- ed at seven p,m. at the Charm and Modeling School. EngagedTo For Wedding
the proper gathering *( and base paint. Remove peeling, brlde'i home by W. C. Chandler She Is now employed at
conditioning of material flaking or blistered paint State Farm Insurance Regional February 29 has been the
playa an important role In from woodwork or furnitureand The bride was given In Office Mrs Durrence Mr. GoldenThe date chosen for the weddingof 9:00
the completed arrangement.A repaint with paint that marriage by her father and Is a member of Beta Sigma Min Joyce Frances Light- : p.m.SPECIALS
special workshop session does not contain lead. was attended by Miss Hedy Phi sorority ner of Winter Haven, and .
Pickard as maid of honor. Mr. Durrence Is a graduate of Mist
engagement Kenneth Ray Martin of Indianapolis -
Larry Sikes served as best of the Winter Haven High Gayle Long, daughter of Cat- Ind.
man Douglas Durrence was School and It employed as a eel Long of Auburndale, and
The wedding will be solemnized -
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES 1 ring bearer. mechanic Mrs. Helen Barry of Lakeland at 4 p.m. at the Grace
to Frank C. Golden Lutheran Church.
li being announced. Mr. No formal invitations have GIRLS' CONFIRMATION
Golden li the ton of Mrs been issued, but all friends (
SPRING MONTHS AHEADSPECIALS Aim Golden of Dundee. and relatives are being extended DRESSES
Mill Long attended the
a cordial Invitationto
I FOR Lakeland High School and wee attend 6. 8 I 1012
MON., FEI. 17 TUES., FEI. 11 WED., FEB. If graduated In 195J from Mas- ALL WHITE
iey'1 Business College In
Jacksonville She Is employed Reg. to *5eOO
by Pan American World $ m NOW
Airways Patrick Air Force
Mr Golden was graduated
from the Haines City High 7.14
4 GARMENTS School and attended the University -- Ra,. l50AIOVI
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years. He Is also employedby
Pan American at PatrickAir
Force Base at person Quality Materlali' from
$ 49PLAIN nel representative.The SPECIALS
Villa Lumber Inside
wedding will take are MONDAY NIGHT ONLY
place at seven pm.' August and outside your homeIn P.M. \
11th In the First Baptist Sun Acres. I
Church of Cocoa Beach.

The American male, Intended MODEL HOMES
by nature to be the resplendent
peacock, is pretty Now On Display
much of a chicken when tt
i comet to selecting hit fin. TODAY 2.6 P.M. n.CHILDRENIS
PLEASE feathers says Ron Postal I, director -
of the National Council .
of Men'i Fashions She SUN ACRESOLD WORLD

claims man becomes a dull- 117 nirtt St.. N.W. CY I.I74t
MRS. FRANK GOSNELL seated, Mrs Earl Baum and hues bird early in life right UKILAND ROAD Acre Fren City Hell
Mri. A. T. Lohkemp are among the members of th. Winter after he bas passed through _
the colorful era of the cow. Sttrte Rt. 141
Haven Wornn't Club who will participate In theoperetta
LONG boy and Indian of his youth.
to be presented at the clubhouse tomorrow
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following luncheon at 1230. The operetta Is entitled ------- --

4 GARMENTS "Mill Caruthen Returns", by Chester Perry. Tickets may
be purchased from Mrs Wlllerd Lines, Mrs George Clow
CY Mrs Harry Rife or by calling CY 3-1421 CY 3-8402 or 19 ANNIVERSARY SALE

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, Why Do You Shop In Winter Haven? I .

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Winter Haven is a friendly town. The chances are that it is your 1' "
town. This is where you live where you work and where your xnooo :

children go to school. ;

Most of you spend your money in Winter Haven frequently. 4 I :':,

without stopping to ask yourselves why. {

We asked one local resident why she shopped in Winter Haven.
I These were her reasons.

"Well the first reason that comes to my mind is convenience. p ,

I shop mostly in the stores where I know the people and they know ,
y yt
,me. _ _ _ t p
liThe people I deal with are not specialists in high pressure sales ,

manship. They are willing to take time with me and please me.

"Generally, these merchants are not looking for the quick buck. ..

They try to encourage me to return in the future and deal with ..::

them. They give me service after the sale, and are always willing ....

to give me those little extras that mean so much. a \ "- .

"In addition to attractive prices and selection in local stores, -

these merchants supply the things which I need. And if what I wants I ;. ( $

is not available, they are willing to order it for me." 1 ,' ;

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A-1 Television Service Brengle's Jewelry Goodyear Service Store May's Dept. Store 3;
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2975 Av.nu. S, N.W. Phon. CY 4-1551 132 Third St.,S.W. Phon. 293-6570 217 Avenue A, N.W. Phone 293-2195 321 W. Central Av*. Phone CY 1-6207 K
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American National Bank Central Florida Sales, Inc. North Gate Shopping Center S:
H & H Pharmacy
M.mb.r, F.D.I.C. 704 Third St., S.W. Ph.n CY 4.1491 14 Stores t. Serve You y*,
'WeI9r..n Ag.ney" 2
41 Third St., S.W. Phon. CY 3-5401
Arcade Beauty Salon Central Store Pathway Package Liquors 3
Across from the Ritz Phon. CY 3.6291 2
W.C.ntr.lAv4thSt. Phone CY 3.7294 ''W. D.llv.r"
Handee Hardware Store"Your 901 1 Sixth St., N.W. Phone 293-8056 j ;
Ard's Awning & Upholstery City Drug Company N.w I-Stop H..dqu.rt.n" I| W 25
503 Fifth St., S.W. Phone 293.2442 99 Third St., N.W. Phone CY 3-1734 1611 Sixth St., S.E. Phone CY 3-4667 Slim's Awning & Canvas Works'!

"Wlnt.r Hiv.n'i Oldest Awning 4 Canvas Shop" =
Bank of Lake Alfred City Jewelers 393 E. Central Av*. Phone 293-2640 MTerrell's
Member, F.D.I.C. Haven Appliances Inc.
120 S. Lk. Shore Way Phone FR 2-1133 4< Third St., N.W. Phon. CY3-OISI I JKy
229 W. Central Ave. Phone 293.3012
Beauty Walk Clark Floor Covering Carpeting I Draperies ::
Bank of Commerce 1550 H.v.nd.l. Blvd. Phone 293-8333 .' S:
(Two Loc.tieni) 121 W. C.ntr.lAv.. Phone CY 4.4211 Lake Region :
1588 H.v.nd.l. 606 Cypress Gardens Rd. Member, F.D.I.C. : s
Consolidated Insurance Service Thelma's ..l*
Bee-Hive 346 W. Central Av. Phone CY 3-3021 -. &!
120 W.Central Av. Phone 294-4241 <
62 Third St., N.W. Phon. 293.0152 Le Roy's ApplianceSales x W:

Cumming'sFurniture & ServiceWestinghouse Trice's Casual Town 53r
Belk-Lindsey ,Carpets A Draperies Dater 231 I W. Central Ave. Phone 293-8355 ,\
Central Av..3t 3rd St.,S.W. Phcn.CY4.42SI 775 Cypress Garden Rd. Phone 293.1429 138 Third St., S.W. Phone 293.3452Mel f Fi-
Whidden Opticians **
Bill Bell CarpetsYour Exchange National Bankof Lowe Camera & TV S8 Third St., N.W. Phon CY 3-2830 ;i
537 Avenue B, N.W. Phon. 293-4011 M.mb.r, F.D.I.C. "W Have the B.it Customers In Townl" f
903 Sixth St., N.W. Phone 293.4694 Winter Haven Book Store :
John Boland Hardware The Fashion 272 W. Central Ave. Phone CY 3.6241 2Su Yw
: 62 Fourth St.,N.W. Phen.CY3.7J55 .
319 W. C.ntr.lAv* Phone 293-7232
\, ." Mather Furnitureof Winter Haven Planing Mills jj

a Joe Brandon Florida Office Supply, Inc. Winter Haven'Sixth Building Materials' .
t J38S.eondStHN.W.J.w.l.r! & Silv.rimith- Phon. CY 3-1945 149 Avenue A, N.W. Phone CY 3.]124 & Ave. J, N.W. Phone CY 4.3125 655 Fifth St., S.W. Phone CY 3.2U6 J bw

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I Denison Rebs Cop, But- Wesiwood I Musial NamedPhysical I Devils Sneak Past Lions 6564The :. I

Winter Haven High School larger margin. They sank only! the Winter Hares underclass,
Tile Could Decide Championship basketball team nailed down a seven of 22 charity tonei com I men in the first\ game. They

next to last finish In the Western pared to 18 of 22 for King Thelocals won 65.53.DON'T. .
Conference Friday night as out hit the Lion( from I

Was Rebel-Tribe Game Loop Test I Program HeadBy they edged by cellar.bound the Falling floor, behind 2923. by four point SELL

Tampa King by a one point In the first period, 121, the

If Noi Denison Win NecessaryBy RICHARD LAY margin, 6564. The game was Devils lost two more points In YOUR HOME
United Press International played in Tampa, the first of {the second. Downs got off to

BOB HAMLAND ST. LOUIS (UPI) Stan two over the weekend for the a good night with four In the

Sport Writer t (The Man) Musial, one of baseball's Blue Devils first, but In the second quarter
Tie! hlgnpowered Denlson Rebel basketball team Is- i' In winning, the locals upped I he drew a blank Anderson with
or will.be-the Polk County Junior high school league champlnns. great hitting stars, today their season record to 5-17 In eight, Roberson with four, and SA E
i Under the conception that a victory over tough Lakeland took command of President all garnet, 2.12 In the conference sophomore guard Gordon Cop-
Southwest would put the county title In their trophy ease, the Johnson's national physical fines The King Lions are 111 page with five kept the Blue
I Devils in the .
Rebi reed to a 1223 win over the Seminolei but must BOW program. overall and 014 In league action. game at intermission.
welt for I decision on the status of to earlier triumph over Named Friday by the Prei Although the Divilmen trailed King could not match Until yn have .h..... she
f'roMtown' rival Westwood. throughout the first and second the Devil men third and fourth TRADE-IN ,r.,.... it SUN
Denison went Into the Friday'. dent, who made a whirlwind quarters, they melted I 3327 quarter point productions of 21 ACRES. Tr.Jt 'In year ,I4
visit to St. Louis, Musial becomes and 17 points small base ,* MW m.tn .
deficit down to size In
afternoon game In Lakeland[ point scoring spree that pulledthe the second man to hold half and home The Devils now have two hems I InSUN
the aecond came
with a 7.0 record The only teamIn local ahead to stay the post created under the administration the winners on a last second home games before moving In. ACRES

tie league yet to see defeatat : I Although Swearengln providedthe of the late President free throw by Rick Anderson. to district action Feb. 28. Tues IwUsTettey lf.M..
the hands of the Rebels, ipark to the Rebel offense, 31r John F. Kennedy. The For sophomore Anderson ItWII day they take on Jefferson In -

Southwest stood between the forward Rkhard Hitchcock and program is aimed at accentuatIng his only charity toss of the it the Is conference Bartow. Both final these and Friday SUN ACRESOLD
the of teams
Importance physlcajrowesi
Hart did their share of night and one of 23 points he
)orals and the county trophy :'Tommy among the nation'syouth. poured through the hoop. That downed the Devils in earlier IAKIUND lOAD
Frank Ethe- battle also. Hitchcock hit for meetings Bartow
but Denison coach 5951 and
I Slot I'. S4I
total was the highest bya -
ridge laid that if the Westwood three field goals and one free In naming the former St. Lou Blue Devil thus year, the tilt Jefferson 53 50. In the Jefferson THE HOMES IN

.wIn was not I conference game throw to keep Denison In the I. Cardinal baseball star to the highest being 25 points by center at the the end locals of were the first behind 26-10 SUN ACRES FEATURE
hey would have to upend the game during the first half. Hart post President Johnson Rick I Roberson against Au- Obviously quarter QUALITY MATERIAL
they finished
thronged: by a student crowd at strong,
In Thursday return .
Warrior the leading rebounder. mrndale. n...
was as they hope to do this week
'I St. Louis University laid he
agcment. first I Late in the fourth quarter had asked Musial to take the Anderson teamed with forward In junior varsity action Fri. I Villa Lumber
nip and tuck Down In third
Playing I 9 Bobby a
{ narrowed the to day, King revenged a loss to
half, the Rebels headed the Southwest gap post and "Musial baa acceptedthe quarter surge that law the Win. ----
Seminoles by one point at Intermission ;jsix points on some fine outside job." ter Haven five Friday, 1110 With both j shooting. Clutch free Musial succeed former Oklahoma at the end of the third Quarter

jams playing cautious ball con I throws by Tony Van Zant and Sooner football Coach Roth quarterback on the 1963
trol and I full court press eat. the Rebel Bud Wilkinson, who resigned to Devil football team, Down netted .
In? up much of the clock, little Richard trouble.In iKng. kept seek the Republican Oklahoma eight and Anderson six ofthe ) ,,..wRCpVICTOR
out of e
senatorial! nomination. 4a
jpportunity\ was afforded Denl- > 21 points scored In the third,
column Swear-
'j the scoring Musial, who In the
show their warei grew up
to Inherson, Gary McDimlel, and
inn engin had 12, Hitchcock 7, Van
coal mining region of Donor,
the and quarter It waiJ
In ae each added field "ooM
*( different story Playing wide I I Zant 6, King 4, and action Hart 3.the SWEARENGIN SCORES-Denison Rebel, forward Pa, was not In the crowd when Mike,oal. Page a ,N ANo

open basketball, they worked to I In eighth moved grade to within onegame Larry Swearengin drive In to score two of the 12 points the announcement was made Anderson and Downs, who
lead at the end of the third h, the in afternoon win but later Issued I statement
:2113 of claiming the county put through hoop a Friday overLakaland ended with IS points to his
quarter and added one more in in their division Southwest. The locals downed the tough Semi- saying he considered it an hon. credit, kept up the pace In <
fourth quarter for the nine championship or to be appointed to the post. the''
jjie notes 32.23.Royals. fourth quarter with seven
I this even though they lost 35.21. "Physical fitness ta 1 important
point I six points, respectively.
The Denison underclassmen led
After a free throw by Reb to each of us Individually and ton added four before fouling I DAYS
at the end of the first quarterbut I plan to put all efforts be.
pivot man Tommy Hart gave my l JT
out. Early In the fourth pt'rlodthe
Denison a two point lead in the then never could get their Pushing Boston hind the President's program"
Devil men built up an eight
offence working again. Musial said "I hope I do
early momenta of the third peri can a
point lead only to see It dwindleto I
Five tright points by forward "
Od Tribesman Bill Youacy drilled capable job, he said
In the seconds
zero fading
In a field goal to tie It up. Allen Harris brought the Later Friday Bight, at a din. See
of F the contest
Then Rebel leading scorer Larry Rebi back to a 1618 deficit nee gathering addressed by the Unsurpassed
Swearengln took over. Driving early In the third quarter but For 1964 NBA Honors President, Musial was called Making In the crucial last points quarter for was theJons
that as close as they got
In for I layup, the star from the floor to be seated at
Leslie Parker 8, Jim Morrow,
the Tribe moved on down
before .
fouled. The basket the fpeaktr's table. He originaly
forward was
tounling, he swished the free the trail.It By United Press International Jerry Lucas had 23 points for was to have been seated 8, and Bill Davl.4.The ,

throw. Stealing the ball, Swear. was the first lens conference for the Usually when Red Auerbacb the Royals and collected 14 rebounds I among the audience. lost Winter the Haven ball game lagers In the almost Natural Color !
Rebel Juniors, a
engin again drove In for two Westwood and the Boston Celtics take a Bob Boozer, an ex- The president was in St. Lou. 'free throw department, or ..tbelt
more points, Another theft gave game against look back In.Igbt. led the Knicks with I. to help the city celebrate Its could have
to decide the county there' nothing Royal, 22 won by I much ,
he day
bim another charity toes and centennial.!
put It through to climax a six Southwest had lost two tiller, point followed by Johnny In appointing Musial to the
------- ---- That, however, Isn't the case Green with 20. post Johnson called "The Man" CARTER TO TOTEMS
this season because the Cincln In the only other game scheduled one of "the great player ofthis SEATTLE (UPi Bill Cart.er .

I nail Royals are doing their best Friday night, the Philadelphia century, ,the record book Aces, formerly of the American with the Hockey Quebec
I. crowded .
thickly with 111.Ichievement.
Clearance SALE to pull one of the biggest upsets 76er defeated the Detroit ." but, that Is only League, will report to the Seat-

in National Basketball Association Pistons, 130123. part of the dory, Johnson laid tie Totem of the Western l

I history "He In the young man'i hero Hockey League. today. Vic&vmmoaN
The 28 year-old center
The Royals moved within two Point Syslem who never lets him down he
to the Seattle
SPORTS COATS games of the Eastern Division has brought to hit profession Its parent organization, the AxIOtbrT.l
I Tourney Slated the simple discipline of honesty -
leading Celtics with 126114 Montreal Canadiens.
and honor, of pride and char. Color or
II 1. Wool, Wool and Dacron, Cashmere, Orion and victory over the New York At Haven ClubA crier," the President stated. 'Ok
Wool, by HART, SCHAFFNER A MARX and Knickerbocker* Friday night. Musial now II a vice presl- Wblt4e
But what's more important the TRANSMISSION I Iaoaaea
point system tournament I I. dent with the Cardinals and intends
by STANLEY BLACKER. Royals are just three games
to go to spring training
back in the loss column with scheduled for the weekly playj I, this year to teach rookies howto

REG. PRICE I2MS.......... .... NOWx1995 one.fourth of the schedule of the Winter Haven Women' hit. A Cardinal! spokesmansaid PROBLEM?
Golf Association this
Tuesday Muslal'a new job would not ,
$2350 The victory, engineered by Pairing will be made before
It Itso
.... ... NOW interfere with his club duties.
REG. PRICE $3100RES. ..... n. Oscar Robertson who had 29 tee off time at 830. Musial holds 29 national
$30 points and an NBA season highof Following the IS hole tournament and r
PRICE WOO ............... NOW 21 assists was the ninth prizes will be awardedfor league league records mark, in addition 19 major to aLul rd mg muwc

39" straight for the Royals. the club chrmplonship tourn nine all'star game records. .
REG. PRICE 5m .. .. ........... NOW Robertson, who had 13 assists ment and grandmother's tourn DON'T GAMBLE $ $ $
in the first half also had ament.
National Basketball Association
REG. PRICE $75,00 ...........u.. NOW $50 the previous high of 19 In a On February 25, member will By United Press International INSIST ON A "GOLDEN Men.0i',Len Oukuow,. u e?u Naw.F
game against Baltimore last qualify for the annual handicap Eastern Division AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONby s,p.ee.r
Jan. S. tournament.
W. L. Pet. R.P... Enterprise, Inc.

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Dacron and Cotton, Silks, Pima Cot. appear that the 1,000 reserved athletic director Jack Deed New York 17 47 .266 (brfo/ba'/ ,

ton. Regular and Button Down Collars, by season ticket goal of rick announced. With the close Western Division W. L. Pet. e 100% factory jMwft Mw Vistd COLOR TVEnjoy
yesterday advance sale of
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ENRO, NORRIS CASUAL and CHRISTIAN high department reserved season ticket to hold. San Francisco 36 24 .600

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Daily Shoot 'Unprotected' Game UCLA Express I Fraley's Various Facts And Figures': I

News- SPORTS After Sunset Next SundayTALLAHASSEE Headed For KC By OSCAR FRALEY asserts that his one regret the world heavyweight' cham

ITI Sport Writer about Yogi Berra being named pionship. Cua alleges that he
Chief Hunting Unprotected animal a n d MIAMI (UPD-Fearless Fra manager la that the squat man suggested private workout fop
Florida of all game birds and bird which may be taken at ley'i fact and figures: won't bt available for pinch hitting Clay and that his tactics hav*
all game animals except rab- any time in Florida Include Tourney The fight mob, fathered for duty been used In aecret-and maybehe
bite, will close one-half hour
after sunset Sunday, Feb. 23, bobcat, red and grey fox, raccoon the impending Sonny ListenCasslus "You win a guy like that," oughta be paid, or aompln.
according to A. D. Aldrich director opossum, nutria, skunk, College Basketball Roundup Clay cmbrogUo, li acting oplnea handsome Ralph. "Yogi Bill raveriham, one of Clay'a
Game and Fresh Water flying squirrel EngUah apar- By United Press International today ai If gaseous Cauiui didn't atrlke out very often and financial syndicate, la a former
7 Fish Commission. row, armadillo, crow, rata, The UCLA Bruin express, ihould have to pay hit way Into I'd rather see him up therewith actor and arm of a one-time matinee
j4jCt Only rabbit and unprotected mice, bata, mole, shrews and
e'ln4tde animals and blrda may betaken buzzard. destination Kansas City, mad the arena 10 day hence. a club In Ma hands than Idol. He proved he maybe
after the closing day until AU hawk and owls, and all another aucceuful atop Friday "Who do you like" they ask, sitting on the bench." Other ahoulda stood In acting when b,
opening of the special spring other blrda and animals including nluht. and woe betide the guy who Inera pitchers, however, will derive said that D'Amato "made a
turkey gobbler hunting season alligator and croco Held in check during moat of comfort from same champion out of a guy who
L a in certain countlea In northwest, dUN, not listed above aa "un the drat half, the top ranked ( that maybe Cauiui has a Everybody' getting Into the can't fight." (Meaning Floyd
northeast and central Florida, protected," are fully protectedby and unbeaten Uclana wok up chance. I don't, believing that fisticuff act, and one of the latest Patlerion.) aa one of the doubt-
March 2S to April 12. Federal and state lawa. after Intermission and rolled Clay will be lucky to get put la Cua D'Amato. If the name era, I would dare to presume
past Washington, 73-51, at Lo the third round. escapes you, he piloted a gent that maybe fearful Flnvd could)
Y yt. Aneelet. named Floyd Patterson to what whup Caailua at least at.
But feller
who would
ai a
The Huskies attempted to ruin was laughingly referred to la of the moment .
Iv .0. HAYILAND the Bruins' fast break by alow. ban trouble picking the winner .
I"rta 11I11. log the pace but succeeded only la a one-hone race, I've
In holding backcourt whit Walt got to remember that longer
A Tradition Vetoed CLUTCH Hanard to three point In the "Make It Your Rule Consult
shots than Clay (who ta S to 1) ,
? ,? first stanza while UCLA drew
To lay the American Broadcasting Company ha* a bom "" $ off to I 39-28 advantage. bin jostled the expert here
hell on its band would be a gross understatement. And the CHATTER Haiiard found the range In and there in various forma of BILL POOLE, C.LU.

Ford Motor Company, sponsor backing ABC-TV's proposed tel.. D the second half and wound up muscular endeavor re CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITER

vising of five National Football League games on Friday nigh, with Gall Goodrich'i 14 point, well short of member the Dodgers In the Over 10 YII,. IlpIII.nClln Central Florida,

I* probably scurrying into its foundry shop in search of a dll- Unfortunately, with this column coming out on KL game high of I moat Ralph recent Terry World, who In SerleaT one year I SiucMifully Aiilitin' P.opl Set Estate '

mantling crew. Sunday, it means a full week will pass before I get to Johnny Wooden' quintet i* went from World Serlea star to Plnnln' and luitnus Iniurtnct Prebltms. "
With the announcement of the nighttime pro games, ABC make any comments or do any stories on the happenings now 20-0 and has ilx game remaining standby pitcher for the ground 1604 10th St., S.E. Ph. CY 3-1441
and Ford walked straight into a forthcoming conflict with their all agalnat teams they ed New York Yankeea, has arrived
eye wide open and which, apparently, they think they can at Daytona. have already faced and beaten.I for spring training and
win. But the mud slinging posslbilltie of the situation could This past weekend at the International Speedwaythe
have damaging effect on the co partner in the deal Fords came through with another win. Nelson

Stacy (was with NASCAR, but switched) won the
)Congressional Edict loophole ARCA 250-mile feature race in a Ford. He averaged YOU CAN'T BEAT-LE OUR DEALDURING

Thla writer agree that the plan I II an infringement upon the 154.103 for the distance.
traditional Friday night high school domain. And many col. *
loges alto play Friday night*-th* most notable in Florida befog This is the final week for the 1964 Speedweeksand
the University of Miami. OUR 6th ANNIVERSARY SALEBe
I Although powerful ABC-TV and Ford would probably prove it is chock full of activity. February 17.20 will
Die champion in a courtroom fight, it would be nor of a legal see all of the hopefuls for the 600 out practicing. On

tictory than a moral one. With what now seems to be an in Friday the 21st, beginning at 1 p.m., will be the firat Sure To See Winter Haven's
law on their aide, they can sidestep commissioner
Pete Rotelle'i NFL hlearchy and contract individual club for of two 100-mile NASCAR late model stock races. The
Friday affairs. Roielle bal offered up the academic abeet .. second race will follow the same afternoon-these two NO. 1 DEALER TODAY AND SAVE

of the controversy, obviously planning to steer clear since races will determine many of the starting positions for
U* office i II not involved.
Ia a nutshell a 1M1 federal law rtatea: The NFL cannot the 500. During Our BEATLE SALE
plates a package deal with any network to televise pro game On Saturday at 1 p.m. the 250-mile NASCAR
,a Friday night, Saturday afternoon, or Saturday night. No Modified-Sporteman National Championship race will YOUR ONE-STOP SHOWN CENTER FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS
,rofetalonii contest cam be televised within a 75.mil* radius of
be run. Following this will come the 60-mile late model
( college gam*. High schools are exempted from the 71mlIprotection .
rul. (If they were, ABC would be televising from consolation race to determine the final positions for OVER = ;
th* Utaa salt flata, when many automobile commercial orlgtaate the 500. r R 4

from anyway.) On Sunday at 12:30: p.m. (Note that time) the -
television cannot get together !
: The law fall to lay a ayvtem r.
;ills htdlTldaal clubs. Co her w* bar the old America 6th annual Daytona 800 will be run. Look for this to >
(quern play, apparently aa suitable to football aa it la to be the fastest 600 ever (barring serious accidents), 7

.pajebalLRegrouping because of the fantastic speeds being turned in by cars I

during practice. H ,
Of Forces *

: A* an Instinct! defemlv counter, amateur athletic group It is refreshing to note that most manufacturersof 5
.1'T* not been slow en the trigger finger and ahota have bee the major makes of automobiles are becoming more
Bred from the National Federation of State High School Ath driver
minded each In -
the few .
lathe Associations, the Eastern College Athletic Conference, and year put years
the NCAA television committee chairman. A multitude of peed transmissions have begun to sell in sizable quan- a1
IjMhev blasts are certain: to follow, not to mention the Columbia I tities. After this acceptance came more "goodies" in the 5

Broadcasting afternoon system, bolder of the $14.1 million franchise fooaday form of suspension kits, braking kits, steering kits, and 0

I Of coon: then fame b the argument thai the viewing public, not others of a handling nature This is good, because most
eapttr salience, doe not have to watch the Friday nigh of the cars on the highway do not offer the best in
falli., They can chang U another itatim. 80 what ABC and these departments and these heavy duty kits are worth
Ford believes to be a "gnat public service" la prim program
Mist tlmo could tara eat to be not ** valuable M the prett their weight' in gold. When you buy a new car I would ,
penny which bought It. Knowing that a large schedule of strongly urge you to consider adding these heavy duty 0 S
'IIDN b on tap by video M Saturday and Sunday afternoons, items to your list of 'accessories' for that car. ,
UN avid grldlro fan could turn up at tilt local atadlam Friday
bight la lien W the living room Screen. II* can retreat to file *
TV table and slippers later on In the weekend. In an earlier column I had stated that Ford was 's
Jack Deedrlck, Blue Devil athletic director who caw almost considering the introduction of the Mustang II. It was CARS & ,, }ty
M,000 In gate receipt placed In the football cash register last
year a* the result of a 10-1 record, doe not feel Friday nigh announced last week that the Mustang will indeed be 't'v
pro game would lower attendance With the local expected produced and will make its debut at the New York TRUCKS
to field mother outstanding team head coach Calvin Triplett Auto Show and World's Fair in April. If the stylists
pas way ahead of the game by installing the renown pro-typ don't it SOLD
fftau last ytar. This, a combat of aorta. gunk up too much it could be a fine looking
chariot Here's hoping I
IJnfaix Competition .IATLr "IiAfI" .IATLI" "alATLr "IIATir
The real question to b* asked, la tfi. court of public opln 1 BOWLINGRAYEKDJLB II
Jon, la toil: Do ABC and Ford violate tbspirit" of the 1061ntitrust _____ + "SIATLI" "IEATLI"QUALITY
law? In our estimate they do, and a* of now, they : MOOSE LEAotiTau. High individual sanest Shelton IlIutl.
can. Ai Cliff Fagan of the NFSHS Athletic Association Bordo Product Co. _w. LM .. MT. SERVICE! Stop By And Say Hello To Your Favorite Settle!
HH MU HID Indlrldual
It ld "Thla Friday night will have game: Clrd Till
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effect on the high school program than on any other Ha,., ",ndp, and Body 4* SI Martla J. 20', John I
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___ Fantastic Deals! Galore! Come Us Celebrate!
h..e of amateur football. a 4 a Auto. r. rt 44 94Imp.rlal 2011 Harold Coulter M, TinleyHerten Savings Help
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{ Fagan leema to be saying the rich get richer and the poor Jlmml. Miller Fruit 200Bowler .
et poorer ABC and Ford by implication, must concur. Buddy Miulo Co. _._Co_._ 44 44"4 Mllnr Mi/fc of week: John UeCuIr
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Salvation Army Established Here In 1920 II IIThe SPECIALS

Salvation Army hit been

serving Polk County ilnce the
:early 1920'i and ban established

:to a tremendous the community.record of service Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed."PAMPA" .

This organization Is the tec
,end largest agency, In measure 836 SIXTH S i BEET, N.W.

:of funds required and in the QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
number of people served, In the
United Givers Fund, exceeded
only by the Red Croat.
The 1963 annual report Capt. Boston Butt CORNEDBEEF
William Whittle, commander,
gives some indication of the
Salvation Army's part in the PORKROAST.
In local family relief, the 35
Salvation Army supplied 321
grocery orders, gave out 18,196 ?i 1t
garments and 88T pairs of .LI.
shoes, filled seven fuel orders, .
obtained medical attention for ,
27, supplied rent to eight families N1 I 12-OZ. c
and found 1,092 pieces 0 ) ztQ PORK STEAK Ib.
JIM 390 CAN 29
furniture, all for people in need. JIM . .
To transients, the Salvation
Army supplied 3,563 lodgings,
served 7,296 meals, distributed
1471 garments and shoes, and
provided transportation In eight Fresh Florida Grade A (LIMIT, 2 WITH YOUR $1 OR MORE FOOD ORDER, PLEASE)

cases a KEHBIRMMHKBM i HnMiMMawiiiiiiiigB
Its Christmas program is B n ggjfgj f
well.known, but some people FRYER PARTS
may not realize how extensiveIt "OSAG "
II i The Army distributed 341 4
food baskets 4.130 toys, 210

I rest sunshine home bags patients to hospital, distributed and Legs, Thighs PEACHHALVES

361 bags of fruit and candy and PANTRY CHECK-Captain William Whittle and the Rev. Jams Blackwooo! check Breasts with Ribs. -
served. 109 meals to homelessmen. ever food baskets for the needy tn the Winter Haven rea. The Salvation Army furnished 4 9c

Its employment service Is 341 food baskets to needy families In the area during Christ m a I. The Salvation Army

I little known, but the Salvation works the year-round aiding the needy. Ib.U.S. _ _
Army placed 200 persons In
jobs during the past year
In early 1958 The Salvation
Army in Lakeland purchased
'present Headquarters at
Second St.Army and Ave. T, NW and 9a Choice 'Flavor A (ecT
after much renovation the property '!
was put to UM in Novem v NO. /
ber of 1958. From this time until CAN
: Jan. 1, 1960 the work of the RIB
,Army in Winter Haven was ?
carried on by a civilian em
ploye of the Lakeland office.
During these two years the t
.Lakeland office had an advisorycommittee t9 LIMIT 2 WITH YOUR $3 OR MORE FOOD ORDER, PLEASE)
in Winter Haven STEAK
I made up of Norman A. Street, a L BMaBBaBiBH
Chairman, Jere Stambaugh Sr.,
John Calvin, France Brigham ,"SHURFINE"
Evelyn Tedder, Charles Weber,
and others. Through the work of LB.FRESH.
th s committee the state headquarters
of the Salvation Armyin FRUIT

Jacksonville was convinced _
that officer personnel was needed
in Winter Haven and that it
should be set up as a corps Independl'nt rte "
of the Lakeland of 100% PURE" COCKTAIL I
fice.On Dee. SI, 1958 Capt. and

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I from Dorothy CraySATURA NO. 303

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the true SOUP'S ON-Captain William P. Whittle serves up I bowl of soup to Jere L. Stem- .
bough Sr. The Salvation Army kitchen served over 7,000 meals to transients during 1963
moisturecream and also furnished lodging to over 3,500 person Stambaugh Is a member of the.Winter
Haven Red Cross Chapter advisory committee

Mr. Whittle arrived from West ., "AUTOCRAT" ASST FLAVORS
850 SizeNOW'600 Palm Beach where they had i Duplicate Bridge Club II

been stationed, and on Jan. 2,
The Salvation ICE CREAM
1960 ArmyWinter There were 12 tables In play Bates of Lakeland. Winter Ha-
Save on the,gentle-mannered Haven Corps was organ Monday afternoon. The win. ven players won second place
ized. Capt. and Mrs. Whittle with Dr. and Mrs. W, D. Burt;
cresmladiesprefer.Satura'ebumectent North South first
took command that day of the ners were: third place won by Mr. and J/2
action ald.1a the Mrs
Norlee Thornhill
work of the Salvation Army in place Mrs Harry Brackney and fourth GAIg49
prevention of dryness, gives Northeast Polk County, an and Mrs. Ted Flanigan of Winter place to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
skin a petal smoothness. area extending from Waverly, Haven; second place, wentto Stapor Winter. Haven.eeeeee.eeee.eeee .
Either of its formulas, with Bartow Air Base, HungarianInn Mrs. Jeanne Crommiller and
hormones or with VitaminA and Carters Corner on the Mrs. Robert Staufer of Win. .eeee.i .
will help soften, smooth south and west to the county ter Haven; third place also .
and moisturize as few other line on the north and east went to Winter Haven players e 1 V i
creams tin.Discover Satur Serving on the Advisory Boardof -Dr. W. D. Burt and D. B. i v ylr.I
_today at these Nvm,.. the Salvation Army this year Campbell and Mrs. C. W. t
are: Mr, Evelyn Tedder, secretary Thompson and Mrs. Perry A
; C. W. Weber, treasurer; Swindler of Lakeland placed Rend d
William Hoag, Angelo Fazzari, fourth y m
Mrs. A. G. Hancock C. C. Winners of the East West
Ryan, Jim Nelson, Otis Porter, positions were: first, Mrs. Robert ServicesThis "FRESH 'H CRISP"
; Walter Zartman, Douglas Montgomery Welsh and Mrs.,Otis Port.
W. .C,. Driver, Harold er of Winter Haven; second (LIMIT.. 2 WITH YOUR $1 OR MORE FOOD ORDER, PLEASE I
Greenlee, Rev. James Barnett, was won by Mrs. Harry King i
Chief Tom Morgan, Rev. James of Winter Haven and Mrs. K LETTUCE
Blackwood, Dr. Arthur Mose- W. Jackson of Lake Alfred; i i
ley, E. L. Jones, Mrs. Ellen Winter Haven players also wonthirdMrs.
Ladies choose Dorothy Gny Skidmore, Jere Stambaugh Sr., Hughe Steele and leek "EVERFRESH"FRESH BAKED
lack Beahan, Hamp Rogers, Mrs. Lewis Fogg Jr; and Mrs. e ,,
ANDERSONpMt Ed Threadgill, Eloy Delgado, Alice Llndeke and Peter Lums-
who la vice chairman, and C. den won fourth placet, S your own CINNAMONBUNS
W. Palmore Jr.; chairman. Players with above avenge e ,
The only life member on the score were-Mrs. Lera Ryan, c S 229c
board is Norman A. Street. Otto Rice, Mrs. C. W. Walker S planif
and Mrs. H. G. Waddell.
Folding the top crust over There were 12 tables In playat
DRUG CO. the lower crust before crimpIng the Master Point game Wednesday t worshi|
will keep the juices in a
27' W. CINTIAL CTI-lfM night. SS SC
pie. Winter Haven players won w *
the first four places North- t
South. First was won by Mrs. PKG. OF 6
Mary Morris and Robert Thorn-
hill; second went to Mrs Harry WElCOME W AOON
King and Bill Neal; third ,"'
was won by Mrs. Annie Ritter
and Mrs. Ted Flanlgan and
Fourth place went to Mrs. Perry IDeNEWI
Blakemore and Peter Lumsden.
East.West winners were Ph. CY 294-2989 ee.
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