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 21, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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Fair with high Iri 60' today The City lakes

'Increasing cloudiness' ; and not as cool i l Winter Haven Daily News Chelef '' he World

tonight cloudiness, low and in some 50's. 'rain Considerable Italy tomorrow i "Yot,: 'ItF st .

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(Weather map on page thre..) VOL 53-No. 123 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS


Citrus Parade BilledAs Ruby Trial Attorneys Seeks Solution

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Biggest In History Still Seek 2nd JurorDALLAS I Panama CyprusLOS

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awee' (UPI-Jack) Ruby's the 52. .old striptease club
Indications point to the biggest day, March 7, at they have in r tla year
7 defense today accepted Its second operator drew another round of
Florida Citrus Exposition I the past. prospective Juror In 31 objectiona. They were aua- ANGELES (UPD-Pres-)
Parade in history, said and The committee is made up of tries, but the state dismissed talnod.Asst.. (Went Johnson called today loran
be "
Ritchey, chairman went, as details about 40 members, and they him with a peremptory chal defense attorney Joe H. end to bloodshed on Cyprus,
committee over
his "will try to stage the kind of fair" settlementof
lenge. Tonahill l noted that Bohannon an "absolutely
breakfast this morning
at at the a Park Restaurant. parade the people" of this area The man who was acceptedby sitting tensely in the box with differences with Panama anda
The committee is made up of can be proud of, Ritchey .aleLIn defense attorney Melvin his band folded, had testified realization by the Communists
the ,
addition to parade
Winter Haven Jaycees who will will handle the downtown Belli was a tall lean Texas- he had opinions on some things that they were playing "a
stage/ the 1964 parade on Saturn. Jaycees street seating for the parade type James C. Bland, 42, an pertaining to the cast. deeply dangerous game" in
and the concessions along N appliance store manager with a "Would you like to be tried Viet Nam
by of 12 with fixed The Chief Executive flanked
wife and two children. a jury men I
march. Other
the line of groupsand
will assist The World War II submarine (Continued On Page 7, Col. 4) by President Adolfo Lopes Ma-
County Hospital them organizations in these operations. service veteran told the atate's teas of Mexico, provided a ka-.
Ritchey reported that all fairies attorneys that he had no scruples leldeoscoplc view of International
for the parade are now in, against the death penalty. Judge Amidon hot ipots In a speech prepared
Of Talk and the tally shows that there Apparently what ImpressedBelli for a special honorary
Topic about him his degree ceremony at the University
will be 22 floata, IT bands, seven most was
baton groups and 22 special ''t Xd t F answer to Belll's question as to of California at Los Angeles
units. whether he could be a fair Announces For (UCLA).
At ClubDr Dicnataries: who have accepted juror Johnson and Lopes Mateoi
Rotary invitations now total more "With God's help," he replied, met this morning at the Los
than 20, and in addition to tak "I feel I could be fair." Angeles International Airport,
George Dormon told ing part in the parade they will "That'a one of the nicest expressions Re-Election and after their speeches' and
sit in the reviewing stand to I have heard since I degree ceremonies at the university -
members of Rotary yesterdaynoon view the rest of the show came to Dallas," Belli said. they planned to fly to
that Polk County has one Jack Bailey, master of ceremonies BARTOW FETES ITS FAVORITE-Sen. Spetiard Holland Appreciation Day drew Diet Atty. Henry M Wade Palm Springs by helicopter for
of the finest county hospitals in of "Queen for a Day" I thousands yesterday in the senator's home town, winding up et e banquet for 2,000 at exercised the second of his 15 serious diplomatic conversasatloni .
the state. The speaker said that has been named honorary marshal Bartow Air Base lilt night. W. H, Stuert left, master of ceremonies, and C C Street, allowed peremptory challengeson extended through/ Saturday I
the cost of operation was the and .is expected to lead the right, chairman of arrangement, ere flanking the Florida senator Other photos on page Bland. No reasons are given .
Ingle largest item of expense parade With him will be seven with such challenges. "The world hat become small
that the county pays out of pub- Jeanne Cagney, fashion experton The defense earlier had exercised and turbulent," Johnson said.
lie funds. the TV show and sister of its sixth peremptory "New challenge knock dally at
The hospital .Is operated by Jimmy Cape Sen. Holland Feted challenge against Bill Bohan- the White House, America!
aD administrator, Al Goldberg The Florida Citrus Queen non, a traveling salesman .for front door,"
and baa a board of directorsnade Kiss Sue Scarbrough and her the Lone Star Steel Co With this generalized Intro.ductlon
up of civic minded people court will be up front to the With one Juror picked Thursday the President then ex'-
chosen by the County Commission line of march, and also scheduled both sides now have refused plored I series of crisis areasIn
ride in the parade Is Will Seek Fourth TermU.
for this particular job. to of the Illinois to accept a total of 29 which the United States has
On this board are doctors, other the president veniremen The prosecution has a major stake Despite what he
hospital administrators and State Fair. used only one of its peremptory called "the dangera of today,*.
businessmen. The entire operation plant are befog made to present S. Sen. Spessard L. Hol motorcade started for the airbase the day bad been so full of challenges the President said the United
is under the supervision of awards for the unit.best These float land, who announced last night the only place with a emotion that he couldn't make Judge Joe Brown had under Stales would not be pushed
the County Commission. band and marching to 2,000 appreciative friends ata building big enough for all the I much of a speech shared advisement Belli's request for from the path to peace by'.BQ-
Toe first county hospital was (Continued On}'.,. T>. Col. 1)) Bartow party in his honor people speaking honors with Sen. Rich- additional peremptory challenges ruptive efforts of communism
boat in 192S and It baa been that he would run for a fourth Sen. Holland ,who said that (Continued On Page 'T Col. 2)) He said the United Slate
'added to in 1944.'S4.(2 and '63. term, qualified at the secretary Belli had set today as the (I- never would t>. "Intimidated by
;At the present time there area Senators TourPhosphat of state's office in Tallahassee deadline for proving his contention any Mate, any where*, 4n tth r
beds and U bassinets. There today and was off and that Dallas'-ftels, so world tllat'f1)oor.to') make.Itself -
j are eight full time physiciansrepresenting running In his 45th year' in .12 Gils S."e.k- ; (lflJffl guiltyjt.cannot"! give the jlayer "Jl'DGfi ROT JuVAMIDON -" our adversary"There ."
all major apecialMu -., Area politics with little evidence tbit ) of Lee Harvey Oswald a fair Is no' panic on our
r' and tout interna..Taia..U a anyone was going to catch him. trial Judge Roy H. Amidon of agenda," he said "We are interested
lint claaa hospital in every respect Holland year-old Bartow Brown sustained objections to Lakeland today announced (In the deed of bur adversaries

I A Senate subcommittee was native, told a crowd that jam. In Parade Of Homes questions such as whether Bo- that he will be a candidate lorr.el.ctlon not their creeds Let
"In addition to the doctors on touring citrus groves, cattle med the Bartow Air Base large bannoa found In his travels them offer deeds of peace and
the staff theN are consulting bias to the office of our own will be .swift.
ranches and a phosphate plant hangar last night for a Specord against Ruby. response
services given by practicing today, to get a firsthand lookat Holland Appreciation Day (Pictures On Page 12) tomorrow's contest also Included Questions aa to whether Dallas Judge of the Criminal Court of Lopes Mateo In his remark
physicians the in various the county phases representing of I air and water pollution prob banquet that be would reveal Thirteen girls will vie for the admission to the dance fol. la the proper placer to try Record in and .tor Polk .Coun- prepared for the UCLA ceremony -
I ateered clear of topical
"one of the best kept secrets
medicine I and all doctors are lama title of "Miss Parade of Homesfor lowing. Tickets will be available ty.The
references and concentrated In-
Sees Edmund Muskle, (D- of the year and thereuponsaid 1964" tomorrow night In jurist has resided In
en call In count emergencies."The hospital Is well I Me.,) and Jennings Randolph, he would run again. Nora Mayo Hall at I o'clock hi at the door or in advanceby Heart Fund Lakeland for the past M years stead on a philosophic approachto
phoning 2919360, He held office in the Lakeland world problem.
staffed with nurses and there laon (DW.Va) heard the testimony The announcement came as a beauty contest and dance
the.job training for those Thursday about pollution problems no surprise to anyone in the sponsored by the Home Build Arnold Silvert, of radio station City government serving municipal The Mexican president
in the state of Florida. crowd. Holland back to judge for eight years thought that to achieve the po-
it. There is also a retraining comes era' Association of Greater WSIR, will be master of
needing program for nurses Moat of Thursday's heated his hometown every six yearsto I Winter Haven. ceremonies, and "The Jokers" Drive Sunday and aa City attorney for two (Continued on Page T, Col. 1))

wishing to return to their profession I testimony dealt with emissions make his formal announce The winner will reign over ill will provide music for the years
from Polk County phosphate ment. Yesterday's was one of dance. Judge Amidon was first elected
after some years out of 1964 Parade of Homes activities Special
practice plants, and the effects of such the largest ever. scheduled for March I IS, T L. The audience will also be entertained Heart Sunday-when the annual aa Judge of) the Criminal Program
"Recently the hospital took emissions on humans. cattle "I hope you are not all here Whitehead, president said. with a "Hootenany drive for funds Is held- Court of Record In August,
en the distribution of surplus I and citrus. I because you think there won't In addition, the winner will Hoot" by the ballroom dancers Is this Sunday throughout the 1943, and has served in that capacity -
foods for those In need In the After hearing cattle and citrus be any more homecomings," receive a ISO gift certificate, of the Nellie Sloat Dance Studio nation and the campaign In continuously since that Set At ParklandParkland
county. Most of this need was people in Tampa yesterday, the Senator told them. an engraved trophy, be paid Winter Haven .Is already started time, his present term of office
caused by the deep freeze of the Senate subcommittee recommended Holland Appreciation Day for her Parade of Homes appearances Contestants and their sponsors expiring Jam 1, 1965.
the time he has
During -
1962 and the short working conditions that "Immediate ac started with a serenade by the and will be considered are: Mrs William B Lemons, presided Baptist Church will
the Polk Court
of this year. tion" be taken to solve the problems : Bartow High School band at for work representing Winter Jeannie Allen Lake Region Heart Sunday chairman, said over Amidon has served celebrate its second anniversary
"One thing we are particularly created by fluorine gas 11 o'clock In the morning, the Haven and the citrus industry Bank of Commerce; Nora Sue some Heart Fund workers have Judge Sunday with a special
proud of Is the addition of a emitted from phosphate plants. first of three complete performances at the New York World's Boyd, Bank of Lake Alfred; In- started canvaaslng their neighborhoods (Continued On Page T Cot 7) service at 11 a m., and I
psychiatric social worker who j Representatives from Polk by.the band. Fair. gred Halversen, Stout's Heatingand and will be out tomorrow basket lunch dinner to follow
(Continued On Page T Col. 2)) (Continued On Page T Col. 2) At S yesterday afternoon a Tickets at $1 per person for Air Conditioning; Sandy and Sunday as well. Bryant NamesSiambaugh at noon, the Rev Gene Hitchcock
Kruse, Earl W Massey; be recognized announced today.
They can by pastor

I Dona Bonnie Lock Andrews, Drawn Rhrlnauert Building;; their, official and by Heart the Fund envelopes nametag To from The the church Southeast was Baptist organized Mission

100 Boats Entered In Lake Alfred Regatta I Suzanne; Sandy Jones,DeLehanty Tom Aids, Lets Terrazzo which they carry for contrib Vets Board two years ago. It has

Brothers Real Estate; Janis utions. Workers will leave these TALLAHASSEE (UPI-Cov. grown from 217 members to
envelopes at the door when the Farris Bryant today named J8J members, with an IncreaseIn
Over 100 highspeed. high- I la.m. tomorrow. The actual run this Grapefruit Circuit classle.l I:but two of t top-notch field Shapon, Adams Building Materials occupants are not home, andIt Frank J, Falsone, Tampa, and the Sunday school enroll;;
powered hydroplanes will take for the money will start at Other cities In the circuit art ,I Bud Wiget of Lakeland, Jack ; Mannix Parker Plate la requested that the contributions Anthony Nines, Cocoa, to the ment from 2S5 to 416. The training -
to the waters of Lake Alfred 12,30 Sunday afternoon whenthe Miami and Clearwater I I Stanford of Englewood, end Susan Shotton, Tampa be mailed to thelIe.rt Florida Department of Veterans union attendance has Jumped
Glass Diane
this weekend In their bid for 'I first of classes will ;
eight Two entries the
foreign top I of and Glen. Fund. Affairs.' from 92 members to 142
I Dub Parker Cadsden Wholesale Plumbing;
honors in the 19th running of the zoom around the mile course. list of internationally famouswater Mrs. Lemons reminded drive L. members. .
T, Co. I) Jere Stambaugh Auburn-
Continued Page
: I IAttnilnl. ( on
to watch for In
Valencia Regatta/ sponsored by Admission will be free as In drivers Dieter Schulze I of I are other names captains that the Exchange National dale, and Jay C. Prldham, Palm Rev Hitchcock disclosed that
the Lake Alfred Lions Club previous years, and the largest Austria, and Josef the winner's circle. Bank will be headquarters Beach Shores, were reappointed last year gifts totalling $39.
Time trials will begin at I crowd in history U expected for rich of Sislkln, Switzerland, Ul-I When the regatta was Introduced Outlook Grave for tallying receipts Sun- to the Florida Children's Commission 142 were made to the church.
---- in 1946, speeds of 43 miles day afternoon Mrs Charles K lie also said 135,000 was used
per hour were reached Last For King Paul Hetzer Is In charge of this Ben E. Rawlins, Plant City, for[ the new educational build.
year the winning craft went phase of the dine, was named to the Board of Ing.
around the course at more than ATHENS (UPIMCIng) Paul Mrs Louis Skidmore will assist Social Welfare, district seven, All friends and members of
60 mph, and this should be par of Greece today survived a serious Mrs Lemons In tallying Ilillsborough County, succeedingJohn the: church have been Invited
this weekend.! operation for a stomach receipts Sunday afternoon B. Meaner who resigned. to attend the services. _
I Eight classes of boats will disorder but his doctors were
compete with two heats In each reported to have said the outlook
cl.... They are: A Class Stock remained very gravt.
Hydro, C Racing Runabouts C Two of the five doctors who I
Stock Hydro, B Outboard Hydro operated on the 62-year old
B Stock Hydro ID( Stock King for 1 hour and 4S minuteswere
Hydra, B Outboard Hydro, andC British cancer specialists
Outboard Hydro. Official medical bulletins madeno
Cash prizes will be awardedthe reference to cancer.
first three placea- in each The doctors were reported to
three-lap heat. have told the
royal family that
.._ Race officials said today that
.- the operation was carried out
-r .. one reason for the large number solely to relieve the King's
of boats entered Is that
pain. They warned that his
-.. Lake Alfred la one of the best condition remained critical
) courses In the nation. The lake
---r ".::" J' ':7: ",, '. ... ,. .. was re-surveyed last year and
""'+ '
No Frost
"w now approved for records
i ._. ';.1 The time trials tomorrow and
.. the races Sunday win be run In LAKELAND UPI-The) mor.
accordance with I American fling temperature bulletin from
Power Boat Association regu- the Lakeland Weather Bureau:
latons. Drivers trying for records Forecast for peninsular Florida
must be full annual memo for tonight and Saturday:
bers. Increasing cloudiness and not
Racing expenses are paid so cold. Occasional rain likely
from Income derived from advertisements Saturday. Lowest temperatures
sponsored by businessmen Saturday morning in the 40'.
In the racing program. except SO'. lower cast coast
Lake Alfred Lions Club concession arming areas
stands will be available Future temperature outlook:
to the public with proceeds Colder north and central and LC r. .A b ,, iw: "I wke4} ,
going to the Lions eyesight cooler southern districts Saturday
VALENCIA REGATTA-This U how the'VaWie Regatta will look this weekend te conservation project andto night Temperatures near PRELUDE TO UNITED FUND BLITZ-Boy Scouts call Greater Winter Haven area C '
thousands lining) the banks ef Lake Alfred for the 19th running of the famed Florida further beautification of the dancer: point northern district citizens' attention to the 1964 United Givers Fund-Red Cross Campaian ei they put flagt"

speedboat tvsnt. Lions Park. Sunday morning. on cars et North G.te end throughout the re.. The big day In the drive (U Tuesday.THE .


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Members, Of Gtrus .I Industry Florida GOP Municipal Court DocketElmer Cuba Executes Top Secret Baker Testimony

Abraham break display of deadly weapon dia. (

Told To Re-Orient/thinking r' lad entering and petit larceny charging firearms In city lim Released By InvestigatorsWASHINGTON
Still Divided transferred to county. its, transferred to county. Four CitizensMIAMI

Boise Lee Seay vagrancy 10
Joe Bailey Anderson withholding
Members! of the citrus Industry Sot 'of economic and market research support transferred to days suspended sentence (UPI) Senate Lennox 'P. McLendon !heeommilte.

yesterday were told they for the Florida Citrus county, hulls Bryan Sherrill drunk (UPI-Havana Radio Investigators make public special counsel,
Over Goldwater sentence reported that four more Cubans laid a subpoena would be lao.uld
should re-orient their thlnkln Commission said the industry Vernon L e w I 11 Baldwin 10 Theodore days suspended J. Snyder absent were executed today for "rob today the secret testimony of over the weekend orderIng -

to measure tales success 011 can no longer measure sales trunk 10 days impended ten without leave from Navy, Iran bery and murderi. a man who teamed with former Min Tyler to appear She

,the Impact orange Juice make In relationship to other juice TAMPA (UPI) A daylong t nci.tl ferred to Navy The broadcast said the four Senile aide Robert G. (Bobby) has refused to appear voluntar.lly

in the total beverage market. productt. attempt to repair the rift In ;>u. 2'ack! drunk 15 days Dorothy Evelyn Stanton. men went before a firing squad Baker in i number of forays he said.Black .
suspended sentence. In the :moat of Havana'i La possible one of NorthA.merlcan'
drunk transferred to county. Into the world of high finance
Dr. William E. Black direc He told members of the Flo- Florida GOP ranks over the
rids Canners Association th.tthe Joseph C. Bourgeois, drunk James Leighton Stanton two Cabana Fortress early this morning Fred B. Black Washington highest paid offl
of citrus support of presidential cant transferred to county counts drunk forfeited I 125 after an appeals court representative of North American data, and Baker owned major.

solely area in the fruit market competing i. date Sen. Barry Goldwater R- Cora Lee Carroll petit larceny bond on each count. turned down their pleat. Aviation Corp. and t onetime ity control of Serv-U Corp., i
TelevisionIn ArU.. fell flat Thursday did not appear. Robert Lewis Stevens, ipeed The men were Identified ai Baker business associate lucrative vending machine firm.
long Black past.urged the canners to William T. Wakeman chair. James Carter, drunk not lag, fined $10. Frank Eiteban Barrios Ramirez testified before the Senate Each held 28.5 per cent of the
seek inform. man of the state GOP finance guilty. William Lee Thomas drunk, Roberto Alvarez Alvarez Severtno Rules Committee behind dOled Serv-U stock although neither
more marketing
tlon on the consumption habits committee said Florida Repu Herman 0. Cline, drunk 10 days suspended sentence. Barrios Ramirez and Rl- doors for almost a full day earlier bad It listed in his name.

I ReviewBy of all beverages used by conS lean congressman William i iCramer C. fined $25 or 10 dayi. Milton, Sanchez Thompson! cardo Dill AlYarel.Charges this week. The committee William Strong, president of
lumeri. Such Information I. St. Petersburg, turned Harley Wilson Deese, drunk petit larceny, transferred to voted Thursday to make fill Serv-U told the committee
lacking In the industry, Dr. down suggestion that the state forfeited $25 bond. county. Lodged testimony public. Thursday that 98 per cent of
RICK DU BROW Black said. GOP take Us present two slate William G r o v e r Dewees. Cheater G. Upton drunk 10 The committee win call Bak- the company's business was

HOLLYWOOD (UPI Jonathan Dr. Black said that a seven of electors off the quslifyln drunk 10 days suspended sentence days suspended sentence. Against WomanIn er'i confidential secretary Tennessee : with North American and
day test Is being made In a rolls in Tallahassee and use one Grady Lee Waters drunk. beauty queen Carole Tyler Northrup Aviation Co. He sail
Winters, a wild Incisive Charles Durham Jr., petit
slate forfeited $25 bond. Shooting he first learned Baker
sampling of 2.500 Individuals to only. to testify publicly Wednesday was a
comedian who needs no protec determine total beverage con Two national Goldwater campaign larceny and breaking and entering Charles T. Wheatcreft, drunk the day after Baker him. silent partner In the firm whenhe

tlon on a stage got so much gumption during this period of I officials and state GOP transferred to county transferred to county. DALLAS (UPI-Mri. Mary self U to take the itand. read it in the newapapen.tieymer .
Chairman Tom Fairfield Brown Willie Vonzel French, drunk Kenneth Williams, petit larceny Elizabeth: Stone, 47, of Fort
of it Thursday night on his firsNBCTV time. -
forfeited $29 bond. 20 days suspended letence Worth wu charged with assault
who blasted Cramer
told that Tampa,
The canners were .
that he almost
special was Leon Gordon murder trans.forced
with Intent to murder
despite a drop In the consum after the talks mad the au,-
smothered Into featured tlon of frozen concentrate the gestlon to consolidate the two to county, Jerry Lee Zielke, destruction a shooting that involved U.S. Memorial

billing. He was given little opportunity dollar purchases hive not slates-one for Goldwater and Elton. V. Hart drunk nollepressed. of private property disorder Senate candidate Gordon Me

to sustain his person dropped as ihsrply. He also one "unpledged." conduct asssult, transferred to London Methodist Church
Winston Hastings,
al mood and the hour collapsed said that although consumer The so 0 called "unpledged bounty McLendon called for an inveitlgatlon -
with ,
into a rarely-relieved have shifted from concentrate slate Is beaded by Brown and a to deadly weapon transferred of Mrs. Stone'i "com- TOO N. LAKE HOWARD DRIVE

disappointment because of abort supplies and Is admittedly pro-Goldwater 51. Douglas county Paul Jones drunk Democrats Plan plete background" Tburiday.Mn. II "THE BEAUTIFUL CHURCHON
Perhaps the very special nature higher prices, they have stayed though Brown says tome members forfeited $23 bond. Stone had an airline agent
of Winters' humor is simply win orange 0 flavored drink of the group are undecided. Tburmaa B. Jones drunk 10 Primary Tonight page McLendon at Dallai' Love LAKE HOWARD"Popular
better suited to a half hour rather than twitching to other The other slate was also quaD. days suspended sentence Field thea fired wildly at W. W. With Visitors

format in which he can dominate Julcei. fled in Tallahassee last week- by Horace Kendrick drunk and The Polk County Democrat Dyer 48, of Dallas, mistaking REV, LEO F. KING Minister
yet not risk overdoing his Dr. Biact also toga me can Cramer wboheliih.* 'Ele t driving while Intoxicated license Executive Committee meets tonight i him for McLendon Wednesdaynight.

unusual approach. Thursday nera that despite shortage. Goldwater" campaign for the suspended 90 days, fined in Bartow to set upstanding THREI SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES
night in what outwardly ap chilled orange Juice and stogie Southeastern part of the coun $100 or SO days, and forfeited committees and dl. There were no Injuries. I:to AM I lliCOAM T30 PM
for th
peared to be a wise move to strength orange juice, have try. Cramer'i slate Is officially $25 bond wary.
flesh out the hour Art Carney shown gains in the marketplace pro-Goldwater. Jim Klmble, drunk 10 days Quotes From The News
and the New Christy Minstrelswere while grapefruit juice Brown backed a compromise suspended sentence. The committee It expected By United Press International SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2J -

brought in at guests. But I has shown only a alight drop.; suggestion by Goldwater men Eddie Lane, drunk breaking to approve a campaign com DALLAS Jack Ruby's d*. 1:30 Ir
in the various skits and produc He also pointed out that while Richard Klelndelst and Clifford and entering, and petit larceny mitte. whose Job It will be to fence' Attorney Melvin Beth 11:00 a.m. "LOST- SOMETHING PRECIOUS"
of concentrate set schedules and rules for the
Lions that television seems to consumption White of Washington D.C., that transferred- to commenting on his contention
dropped '8 per cent the number 'f1'M.ddox i May elections and csmpalgn that Dallas feels it
feel U required even for brilliantly a single slate b* formed under Andrew D a v to guilty "THE MAN WHO MISSED THE BOAT"
of consumers has dropped The committee was originsy 7:30 p.m.
cannot give him a fair trial:
Individual talents Win. former U.S. Ambassador William drunk 10 days suspended sentence
only 25 per cent. scheduled to meet next "It'' worse than w* thought"
ten limply became over ltd Pawley, Miami, accordingto Thursday but had to change
died. with "bill" and "thingi." Wakeman.But Jesse James Mann driving -----
- their because of
Furthermore, when perform Cramer turned down the while intoxicated drivers license plans a conflicting I I
$100 rai
a plate
.ri start falling back on blue Area Death suggestion Wakeman said suspended 90 days, fined Ing dinner In Miami which sev
humor and nuances of the routine "Ther should be no doubt In $100 or 30 days. eral members to attend.
kind, it is a clear sign anyone's mind that congressman Yarn McClendoa Jr., drunk, plan

they are in trouble. Part of this MRS. ESTHER DEVRIES Cramer' ambitions transcend 10 days suspended lenience. FIRST FEWERM.
undoubtedly stemmed from the BREVCHERT not only the good of the Republican Willie McTurner, drunk for Fruit Shipments

f.ctpt tome of the routines Mrs. Esther DeVriet Bruech Party, but also the Gold. felted $25 bond. Daily carloadlngs (In boxes)
were reported to have been art 12, of 111 Ave. E SE died water campaign," Brown said I Rudolph Miles, petit larceny, From the Fruit and Vegetable .
heavily ad-Hbbed. If one did not yesterday afternoon at Winter 'He' (Cramer) cannot deny that transferred to county. Inspection Division: : .
know low spectacularly funny Haven Hospital following a h. is motivated solely by per. Arthur Montgomery, drunk By rail 1,975 grapefruit, MMoranges .1 "
Winter can be when unfetteredby !lengthy illncii.A tonal ambition." forfeited $25 bond. 1,058 tangerines 1,12 1 I I

"biti," it would be tempting native of Apllngton Iowa. Brown said he personally U Granville James bond.Owsley, temples, 381 murcotts; by truck
to say the hour was a she was the daughter of Ippe for Goldwater all the way but drunk forfeited $25 43,947 grapefruit, 19,958

.....1 lesson that ad-libbing li D.Vrieu and Anna Root DVrlei. *- there are a few GOP officials Sanford$25 L.bond.Peel, drunk forfeited I 76 tangerines S.TS4 temples oranges 1.. of Winter Haven I
Sot, per se, funny. A retired registered In Florida who have not made
114 murcotti total 53,322
Carl W. Price, drunk 10 days ; grspe
For while wondered nurse, she cam Winter Haven their
a one o up minds and should b* sentence fruit 25,322 oranges 1,132 tan.
whether Winters would ever get In 1936 from Parkerburg. allowed to go to the nations suspended
gerlnes, 5,603 temples 1,475
Luther Edwin Ray, ,
Ire of Iowa.She.
"protection. convention unpledged at leas
After murcotti for total of
a shipping
drunk, 20 days suspended sen-
I a of the
Brief opening remarks wail member on the first ballot 86,154 ,boxes.
"Maude Frleker" character First Baptist Church of Win I tense.
Timothy A. Root absent Cannery receipts i 111,667
t.r Haven.
X* was joined by Csrney who GOOD NEWS
Survivors include two daughters without leave from Navy, trans- grapefruit, 228,336 oranges, 458 '
flien dominated a funny-hats itjuence. BEATLES LEAVE
erred to Navy. tangerines for a cannery total
)lr.. Kathryn Tedder 01
Then Winters, offcamera MIAMI BEACH (UPI The Tommy Rucker, dangerous of 342,659 boxes.
Winter Haven and Mri. J. R.
made various and ,ea- leaflet were scheduled to return SERVING THE SAVER
Reynolds of San Francisco
irally uninspired comments to Britain today after a
Calif.$; one Carl Breucher DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS AND
son HOME
shown the OWNER
{i excerpts were on ialr-ralslng two week "cul 4
of Atlanta _
three sisters MrsC.
movleJ'It'a a Mad, Mad Mad ; tural" visit to the United f.Level *8. Blunder
:Had! World" in which he was R. Watkln of Sioux City States L Famous Obnoxious 21. A .r
Iowa, Miss Catherine DeVrlet N N
Outstanding. Then the New steer: Hog person doD
of Apllngton and Mrs. Lathrop The Beatles planned to leave I..Percolate.Ttars 30 Bbllt.r toe Oft The Specialized Job Loan
oj Saving tend Assxiaj3o
Christy group cam. on, and be Roberto of Tucson Ariz and bare for New York at 4:30: p.m. t. apart hones strings N ,
Improvised tome routine lyrics alx grandchildren. EST: then leave New York for 11.Walt onlirueur 11.Fluctuate 10.Little

lo folk songs with the singers Funeral services will be held home on an I p.m. EST flight 16.Marry Head n o n
at backing; appropriate to the tomorrow at 10:30: a m. from to London. IS. Salary 1a.Percolates 12.
hour, he was drowned out at the chapel of Ott-Laughlln Fun. 14. Fowl 19. Spills ClOY. A
15.)OUhtlah 10. Employ "
the end by them. Inca
ral Home with the
Rev. Alert
Canadian 31. New 13. :M.....
There clowning
was torn more > L. Carnett pastor of the Hospital News provinoel Eoonomle sari ,......,'. Aas..r
with Carne,. And in a First Baptist Church official abbr. Polley abbe of
lengthy skit In which Maude log, assisted by the Rev Gene THURSDAY'S It.Compile 12.Cravat land 36.o..u.r
Frlckert celebrated her 100th! Hitchcock, pastor of the Park ADMISSIONS 20.BaundleY U.Lofty No Light ta
birthday Carney was again on and Baptist Church Winter Haven 13. Wash mountain outage Eden Almighty God, we make our
hand and so were the New Additional funeral services Mrs. tl.Grab and :s."- vieU.. Singer 19.Trust
A. J. Gibbi Jr., Miss ..
Christy Minstrels, and they and burial will be held in Park Linda Tomko Matter Stephen hold tua. woe to 41. Propert1 earnest prayer that Thou will
didn't help things much. This rsburg, Iowa, in charge of 21. Having the>>1Io Smith 1. the
Hughes Master Blake Arnall polarity quel'l4 3T. Broad 4S. Cover keep United States In Thy
Winters admirer hopes he will Ingelkea Funeral Home Miss Julie Jordan, Miss Nan. M. Fencing
be given the courtesy of being Friend may call at the Ott cy Craig, Mrs. M. James word I I J 4 'I'V/ i 7 Ii holy protection that Thou will '

left alone more often on bit aughlin Chapel tonight from Bataille Jr., Mri. H. E. Farmer 10.Evening Incline the hearts of the citizensto
meal 9 10 II
next speciaL 7 to 9 o'clock. Mri. Melvin O. Routch
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Coming Sunday "SEVEN DAYS IN MAY" Mri. Elmer 0. Taylor Miss $3.lnqulre II Ii cultivate a spirit of subordi-
Judy Hill John M. Kuder M.Viper nation and obedience to
Merle R. Brown Mri. Ruth 17.Conflict 1'4' I B ilr 11 govern-
TONITI IS THI NITI TO GO OUT TO THI MOVIES! WUton. Mri. William H. 40.: Map ment; to entertain a brotherly
U Leave off. '8 :9
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The Weather--Local, State And National Central Baptist Beatles Affect:

-1 Slates SpeakerThe Church Format t

7I 1I
Rev. Al Alvti Edmon GLENDALE, Calif. (UPI) -
I ton of Ft. Worth, Tex, will I The Influence of the Beatles ,Is
All r : (! be guest speaker at both Sun r affecting the format of at least
;A 3dtQ day services of the Central on church service this Sunday
...l. .M Baptist Church / The weekly bulletin of the
... According to Rev It. D. 9 y Tp First Baptist Church of Glendale .
Hodges, pastor of the church, B announces that Pastor J.
Rev Edmonson will speak at
both the morning and evening Whltcomb Brougher's Sunday
.L iSi' IIo services, while Mrs. Edmonton ri''TILk1 evening sermon topic will be
will be the guest soloist / "Following the Beatles"-and he
a. Edmonson Is of the
4 T.S3 pastor will wear a Beatle wig
Mornlngiide Baptist Church In
Ft Worth.
1 q Lbt" The public has been invitedto Guest Speaker
t1j attend the aervlces.

wise 'w s iot L tt.VjU Scheduled By
Post Office To
t 'iIiOW fR$ o a AgSnaK.t Unitarians

,." Mark Holiday Hubert Wright, a winter vlsl
to4AidY L tor to Lakeland, will be the
The Winter Haven Post Of. guest speaker Sunday at the
flee will be closed tomorrow Lake Region Unitarian.Unfveraalist -
ii* k In honor of George Washing v t' Fellowship, 3140 Troy
ton's Birthday, Luther Reel, x dr Ave., Lakeland, it was an
po tmaster, announced today. nounced today.
MOSTLY CLEAR-Most of the nation will enjoy fair weather with temperatures According to Reel, there will Wright's subject will be "Our
about normal. Snow Is forecast for the Southern Plaint, the extreme northern portion of be no home delivery and all Spiritual Nationality" Servicesare
the United States and the Appalachians. Rain It forecast for Alabama, Georgia, North windows at the post office will scheduled to begin at 10'
end South Carolina end parts of Alabama. Showers are predicted for Louisiana and the be closed The postmaster add SCIENCE SPEAKER AT WESTWOOD-Donald C. Colbert, second from ,left, art a.m.
touthaaitern corner of Texas. however, that mail will be boxed electronic engineer from St. Petersburg, was guest speaker earlier this week at the I The speaker holds degrees
the of Michigan
and from
LOCAL OUTLOOK and dispatched special regular meeting of the Westwood Academy of Science. On hand to welcome Colbert,
service will be Columbia University and
Five Day ForecastFive Florida Zones Fair with high in 60 a today tained.delivery main who talked on Saturn Space Vehicle Control System", were, from right, W. R. Auiley, the Andover Newton Thclogical
Increasing cloudiness and not principal, and Arnold Spanjers, and Mike Walsh, club members. Institution .
day forecast for peninsular Panhandle as cool tonight with low in SO'aConsiderable He baa held Unitarian pastoratea -
Florida for period begin. Cloudy today with Intermittent cloudiness and Santa Fe High Second Nuclear and taught at both the
ping 7 p.m. tonight and ending light rain likely tonight, some rain likely tomorrow. $600 Billion In IncomeThe secondary and collegiate level.
'I p.m. Wednesday: becoming partly cloudy Saturday Variable winds 5 to 10 miles per Boosters MeetThe WASHINGTON (UP) The Commerce Department Base For SpainDUNOON Wright was serving on the Start
hour tonight and at the
Continued rather cold. tomorrow. nation's Gross National Productthe said that the fourth of Rutgers University .
Temperatures are expected to Thursday Scotland
Santa Fe High School (UPI) time of his retirement.
average 5 to S degrees below High today 44 to 54, low tonight WATER PISTOL HELPS Boosters Club will hold Its regular sum total of all goods and quarter Increase was nearly The second U.S. nuclear submarine .
seasonal normal. through Wed. 34 to 40. WILBRAHAM. Mass (UPI- meeting Monday night at services produced-hit an annual $115 billion, the largest quarterly base In Europe will be let DUNDEE '
nesday. Normal values range North Volunteer firemen used a borrowed I o'clock In the library of the rate of $600 billion by the advance of the year The up on Spain's Atlantic Coast Mrs James Shokley 'of Terrace -
with In SO'. toy water pistol Thursday school on Hwy. 92 The pro end of last year, though the actual I Capt David Bell commander St. underwent an opera.
of 68 In Fair high upper Gross National Product
extreme to
from bight douse was
a stubborn partition gram will Include an outstand 1963 total was about $585 I up of the US Polaris submarine tion Wednesday In Winter Haven
North Florida to 19 In the today Increasing cloudiness and fire in Howard Racine's home. log speaker. billion. I $30 billion from 1962, base In Scotland said Thursday. I )HosnltaL -
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -Today's- Letters To I Wall Street ChatterNEW

W. L RYNIKSON. lal ,"iubll.h.r Project AlertBy YORK (UPI) Stanley Inc., says "A rapid thrust aborthe

JOHN W. KYNEKSON. Aiilitaitt .. the 'u lI.h.. The Editor Heller fc Co. says, In Iti opinion, (00 level In the Dow-Jones

"' ''"ah..) ..II, ItMtM S.tu,1,! > by she WMar Ho CommentaryBy : MAJOR AL LONG) USAR Ret. .. "The market still Jock ai industrials under present eondk

'u"I.hi.g Ct, la.. I 126 1r4 t $* *.s. N.W. Wl.", H.v.., FlarUa Dear Editor though it could continue JU major tloni could mike the market

CHARLES 60SHORN oral hA...,., PHIL NEWSOM Analyst I wish to commend, iirciitl- uptrend without too much vulnerable to a abort-term cor.rectlon. .
I .
JACK IIAHAN Aii.*M. H $.t UPI Forein News Anil-st tally speaking, the person whoso difficult" However, a further tub
No less a personage than Premttr GEORGE WASHINGTON utilitarian: Fifty yards of carpet I itantlal rise in 1964 U a distinct
knocked the bumper corrections
"Recently teem
... ., neatly ,
PITH J. SULLIVAN A .rtl.I., M Mkltt Khrushchev bit I to aid
(1TJ21TM a reading glass I "
guard off my car and then considerately to be taking place slowly on a probability.
NATIONAL ADVERTISING RErRISENTATIVIS lees fit to deny that th.rt U "Without i sense of history, his filling eyes, a handle for alighted from his bull. Internal -
,t> J A...clt.., l I... CMa**.. III. such a thing *i anti-Semltinm truly understandthe his letter seal, a shaving out group by group
no mart can the guard and Harris Upham Co.
deterioration scale ,
In the Soviet Union. car, picked up on a large says
E.+trtd .. Stc..d CI... .Mall. MtMtr S.H. '. 1124 .. tda ,... Offlae problem of our times... fit a tea waiter, umbrella, it on top of the "while there ."erallOund
In Winter Haven Flrl.. yndtr ... of, Marsh I. UTtMEMIU And that, no doubt, will b. and several pairs of ho... then placed don not appear to be in Immediate ire
hit reply this time to the appeal -Winston Churchill This the bumper. Only a miracle kept threat Perhaps next and logical reason: for continued
was mm picturedby
for better treatment of From a mound on the Mill It there during the sever mile market holding of quality Issues,
week the
some writers get a
n nay
l AUDIT IUKIAU Jews In the Soviet Union for- some traden already have
e at Washington I stately obelisk cold, austere, unsentimental : trip home where it was discovered change to demonstrate how
warded to him by Bertrand shortened their lines or are .
: OF CIRCULATIONS points ikywird-the Natlon'i and burnt out inside by the by one of the children much the tax cut already bat preparing
Russell. 91-year-old British phil- to do to upon evidencethat
monument to ill first President warl who are forever been anticipated. We believe
o.pher, and cosigned by four the tax reduction bill enactment *
Of Wishington something of interest that lot hat been discounted
MIMIU course, wn quite a
other Nobel Prize winners and whose birthday we celebrate will be a reality abort
Adl.l Master UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAl guilty of one grave offense in To tome this may teem very by the Dow-Jones Indus-
NATIONAL EDITORIAL The U.".** Praia Is ..+Itl.J U th* *.* such Schweitzer world figures and at Dr. Albert this February Und Born the eyes of certain leftlsh mode I Insignificant, but to those of ui trials but not enough by the majority ly. Such action may make for

ASSOCIATION.r .. ukll.a ln .f all Isccl ...a rrlsc. Dowager at Wakefleld on Pope'i Creek, ern ao called bl.torlanlIIme- on a very tight budget the of other stocks lilted. We a further period of irregularityIf
ad In Hi! wall as all UPI Queen Elizabeth of Belflum. unworthy of not at lent a temporary decline.
nawtiaM as that leem
IU4 i Their letter found "gravely Westmorilind Co., Va. ly, was rich So were would hop that when the bill ."
News Dlipattnta.ADVERTISIN6 themselves
mention to some present
others of the Convention, becomes law It will serve ai a
dliturblnf" the fact that 60
per A monument to honor George .0m'l problem to ui.If .
it quite a
DEADLINE' ai Robert Morris, psychologies stimulant to the
cent of those executed for economic
CLASSIFIED DtPAKTMENTtly crimea since the beginnlng Washington wn first given Mason, John Rutledge, the person Involved in publlc'i interest in the stock
*k* I P.M. Pnvi.ul Day. ly th. Incht I P'M. Prtvltu. Day. consideration by the Congressof Plckneyi. However, tome of matter would suggest a welder market." -Memories-
Ltftl N''I: ..:. I PM. Pr* lus .D.y. iuntlty, Ultl.a: Dtae'llnat Friday.: hive of been the Jewi.current drive In ittl the Confederation at early these 10 called young hlitor- 1 who la In the business more It
Sunday Ed
Tutidty EJilitn-Nttii Saturday' ; Wdn..day, nura"., end Friday laid, "by the prima sentences later) the in which, glorify a later President who ){. P. Alfien Clifton Wiggins had arrivedat
Edltimt-I P.M. Tw. Days I In Ad...... imposed for the preparation of year was far more wealthy than LOTS OF WEATHER the Infantry Replacement
unleavened bread." at a victorious general, he surrendered George Wuhlngton. "Politicsand Edltor---:
Mtmbtr Stutktrn Nw.r Pukllintrt Atit.IttUa 111. (UPI) center at Camp Wolten, Tex.
M.mbtr Flarid P.... A....l.tl.aSUISCP.IPTION Persecution of Jews ti an old nil commission to the leftist leaning make Yesterday I received from Ray Relichl, executive assistantto for basic training. He was assigned .
'tol'1lo what la now the Soviet strange bedfellows of some Lakeland a cordial Invitation to the state auditor of public to the rifle battalion.

RATES Union dating back to the Ghet- Congresi at Annapolis and retired writers and ipeakeri." attend I reception honoring a accounts, opened his mall and I 10 YEARS AGO
ly C...;., tr Mail Ins of the Middle and One writer of tome note, State Dignitary and
Ages at he thought, to privatelife. prominent found 1,000 weather forecastsall Dr. and Mrs. William T.
Tear, IlllOt i "*..th., It.lBl I maths, $4.11) I M.,th. ('.UI) very popular a few received In a
weekly, 11 ..n... Slngl" C.ei.i Dally, I sins; Sunday .10 aaiitt.A reaching its peak under the But it was too soon. Hewn ai years ago Ms wife. It was dated tgiU 18 1962, for theDistrict Steele and children who were
a debunking
tiara with a slaughter which still alive\ and 10 were biographerof plain envelope mentioning bl stationed in Washington DC.
TELEPHONE CYas.as 1.lltI began on Easter eve, 1M1, and his critics and detractor Hewn the great, described the time, place and purpose, th'l Relichl laid he does not know' were visiting here with friends.
eventually spread to more than Convention ai "fifty-five sleek, failed to mention either
a MAN, already elderlyat what to do with them. He said 5 YEARS AGO
160 towns and villigea. 81, hollow cheeked, heavily well to do gentlemen, lining hostess, or iponsoring group. he did not order them. He said The Blue Devils came from

Thought For Today Under the Communists, anti.lemlli.m pockmarked famous ai a war And carelessly In a closed room." Could it be the Lakeland he bn written to the U.S. government behind to defeat the Boone of
with a touch of venom Board
ostensibly disappeared member of the
hero, but not yet become I he added printing office about Orlando basketball team 65 to
and some Jews even legend. So nothing was done. that Washington, asa who may be looking ahead for them. 61.
were permitted to attain high presiding officer, wn "grave, State Aid?
"FinaUy, brethren, whatsoever thing art true, places in the Soviet govern On the twenty-fourth of December serious and bored. Confuted

whatsoever thingi are honest, whatsoever things are ment.Counting the current drive aa I his that aides year, Colonels accompaniedby Walk. Once But Washington that was all had put written now.: ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things one, there have been four ierl- er, Cobb, and Humphreys, the. "When we assume the soldier,
out anti-Semitic drives in the General rode home from Annopolli we did not lay aside the cltl- WDIO-TV WFLA-TY WPTV-TV WTVT-TV
art lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if Soviet Union each of them Initlgated to Mount Vernon He len" Now he would lay aside c....... Cht'Mll ChOHMlf, CkeKMlll

thert.bt: any virtue, and if there be any praise, think : by the government.After 1 Christmas arrived late, ai, but he had in promised time for the soldier and resume the clt- Ortonrf.CIS Tempe NIC Oriende AIC Tempe CIS
the start of World War lIen And there would be much
on these thing" Phil. 4:8 I II, there were government I Martha, or Patsy, ai he called to do- -.
her. He had purchased a lock. But he reckoned without the Friday NIGHT February 21
It it food to remember that the unbelieving world inspired rumors that "the Jews
et hat aud sliver corfeepot.
a a
are deserting Moicow. fame that hid come to him.It .
often putt more estimate on a man'i character and the I In 19U49. came the drive For Jackie Curtii' wide would never again be A S...... d Year Deeee d Mdidos. I 4.00: -N.wi News Siesta. N.wi, Weather Pulse News
ow, Eleanor, he had provideda poseBible Your Lard M odiN! aoelar sad .... .ilS-$,...., Wthtr W.ttliir .Edif.rt.l< Sits Sun, W'th..
virtue of honesty and justice than the regularity of against "coimopolltiniim" In fine silk bankerchlef. For for him to be a private MMIItS AwIm a. I'I'I..de iilO-CIS New NIC N... AIC New CIS N.w.

observing the ordinances and ceremonies of religion.Dr. which the but Jews were were the not principal mentioned Eleanor'i three little girls, citizen.destiny.At He. had been touchedby A MEDICAL PROFESSOR 4.4$-CIS N... NIC N... lullidR bard CIS Newt

Albert L Carnett targets among those under iui- Eliza, Martha, and Eleanor, a the Convention In Philidclphli THOUGHTS ON MENTAL 7:00 AVy.H Seep I.. Office h., ...h l Th. R.ktl

picion became of foreign con pocketbook a thimble, and a KIT, the members of HEALTH Till-Wy.H Earp "V.IUy.f L.wkrMktr Th. R.k.l
+w colored sash apiece.. He also 7lo-The Gut the Km11 Descry Th. Great
tact. brought several children'i books the Convention were leaden of Th. great icknt.i of ow age 7.45- ...tu.* Robert T.yl.r D..." AeI..tuli
Editorials The third reached a peak In their time. There were buslnesi la boredom, a famoui medical
Ilews-Chief 1953, just before Etalin'i death, to be distributed among them: men, lawyers, bankers, I profeiaor once ataled. Aa to- I:80-Tk. Grief .1..... Pirt.r D..." "The Night
with the arrest of six Jewish and for little George Washington educators, landowner. Nat- : day'e prevailing malady he included 111-; A*)...tu.. !.. 0flc C., ry R.ltW

-, and three other Kremlin doe Parker Curtis, age two, urslly, most of them were men a tack of mramnf and IJO-R.uU it lk H.eewki'e l.w, R.ut ttI
In The Future tori on charges of plotting to there wn a toy fiddle and a of lubstince. They were an purpose along with boredom. :41-R.ui. t. Theatre lur .'. Law, Roul ite
Our preoccupation with .
murder Soviet leideri. After whirligig. There were other able representative group of exploratIon of outer' space-and :00-Ru(* ii Itb HtM 'urk.! '. law R.uU tt
Stalin'i death they were released things less sentimental and more men, bard beaded, practical meantime the seemingly wilful .ill-R.iit* ii Tktit-t 'ur .', Law, hate tt
Recently it was announced that under Hill-Burton and the charges exposed business minded. They knew the avoidance of learning how to ':IO-Twlllh t Z.n. TWTWTW Price I Is Right L.wkr..iM

fundorthat the Winter Haven Hospital would receive ii a fabrication. importance of trade and of understand and control ow ', "-Twlll*>. ZM TWTWTW PI.. I Ii Right Lawbreaker

1200;00 for expansion of the local institution This Two theories have reasots bees advanced commerce and of a stable cur aelves slot -el is our the dramatic aocial sicknrM.explained exprca IOOo-Alf..4) J..k P.tr Fight .f Week Alfred

of cuHHre'e hu to be matched dollar for dollar by local for the behind. American rency. They wanted to bring the doctor Medicaldente I 10,11- Hittht.clIO.JO Jack P..f Fih..f Week Hifehc.. .
the current drive. I order out of chaos. They wanted hi pointed out, has -AKr. ) .Jack ,.., Fight .f W..k Alfred
funds: But it doeen't itop here, we are going to haveto One li that It Ii t deliberate -shame on them to restore mad enormous strides In alle- 10:45- Htcht! ..k J.ck Pair' Make Sp.r. Hil...... ,

thii it is to attempt to Isolate and terrorizethe the value of this vlatmg pain and prolonging I Itfe,
raise a lot more money than going Month country's money I MiOO-Naw* N.w. Sr4 Wrr Nwilln N.w. Spool.11thSein .
three million Jews still living to be now confronted with the
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amount to about 1.8 million. within the Soviet Union because They wanted to reestablishthe talk of enlarging! its function to ., W fker T. credit of the new nation Include meaning to the MilO-Tht.tr. .| Taaieht Shaw, Mtvtrlck Ch*.kmU
Why going to have to do this? The reason of their ties to Israel and giving .
are we They wanted to create a government lift it has helped to mile potaible IMSth Stem Ttnieht Shaw, M.v.rlek Checkmate

il ratHer) simple-to give adequate medical care, with to the West. This date we celebrate the that would be strong .
Another la that it li a propaganda and that would last. There Th. doctor defined mental Saturday MORNING February 22
for this going birthday of George Washington
an mr expanding census area we are device to halt practice were extremists them. health aa that state of mind In

to hive more beds, more adequate kitchen facilities, widespread among the Soviet Father of our Country There were long among and sometimes activities which a peraor.with satisfaction can carry en to 7100-Geewrs W.i*.m Su,.. Coo

largejHaundry, in fact more of everything.: The Winter masses currency speculation, February, American HistoryMonth bitter argument There himself with aome tenie of responsibility 7th.Aleanee Ths.+.. N.wt Su,., C..

Haven hospital has been outstanding in phaseof black marketing, selling on a la also the birth monthof were also compromises and ac.eommodaUon. to other, and with. 7iJO, -On. Way "Oh, Suunn. RFD MU Su,.. Car
; every private basil and trading In two other presidents, Abra .. At times the out making I nuisance el/ 7,45hAi" Gene Autry Fl.rid. Saw, Cara00C.H.Ie
care. It's reputation has gone far and wide as one gold and jewelry.In Convention threatened to blow himself, to a large number of
ham Lincoln and William Henry I Liyr.1) Raclry Jna Captain,
of the best in the entire South. This is possible because this, the government triesto anti- Harrison.One up, but the wise counsel of 81- people.without l All mental persona 1 health, with, are or 115- Kanfir.e and Hardy Reeky Jns Kan*****

up to now the facilities have been adequate, the exploit underlying of the primary objectives year Benjamin Franklin and obliged; to suffer, h. aaid. To 1.10-Captain tftl. Rtuala Mar| Mercury C.e t.11I
Semitism ai a weapon againsta the leadership of George Washington frustration or grief ,,45K.......* Little Rutali M.i.r Mercury Ktng.rt
doctors and nurses as well 'a. technical help extraordinary practice common throughout of the National Society, kept them at their experience, teniion, conflict, Julou.y.
Daughters of the American rain e:00-AM* Skew, Citrus Say Mtitr Alvln Shew,
with the Jews Mtrtury
and the people of Winter Haven back of every the Soviet Union difficult taik. And 10 at last fear and anxiety ta within the fill Alvln Sh..
Cirrus Ity Maier Alvln ,
It the SKtwSu
Revolution to out Mercury
burin the brunt of the attack carry nature of man. The*. aM difficult i
move. But tomorrow it will be different and we Just for dramatic effect. injunction of Washington In his they finished the Job. June 21, aituation. and happmeit\ I.I U t:10-Tti.nt.lt, Ruf'e'' Ktddyyf ,t-ma* Ttnntut
17U the Constitution wn ratified *.4I- Tuitd ( Ittddy Su,trmt* Tu td*
of >
aa well get our thinking geared to the future. farewell address to the American by the nine states by-product reiolring them
PADDLING HOME people, "To promote, ai necessary il whnl. or in part 10:00-Oulck Draw dueler Auttl.n Jan?., Auectee Quick Draw
and wn of confidence in one's
adopted.And Feelings
an object of primary Import- .Oil McGraw" Junltr At-ct.t Junior AuctlM McGraw,
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institutions for the then by unanimous choice: self sod others, the sense el 10:10-Mighty M.III Fireball XL-I The J.....,
Pedestrians Not Mice Guard watch ance general ef Mighty Mvie
U.S. Coast kept I ,
GEORGE WASHINGTON wn :caving a mraaure competence 10,4J-t04I.hty hA.... FI.. .II XL-I The J.h.ns ,
today on Irish adventurer Noel diffusion of knowledge. and a ba.ic faith that the whole Mighty Mtu*
to be the tint President
'Back in August, 1962, a lady in Columbus, Ga., Bishop In I canoe near the This the Society has done byestablishing of the United Statei. It human situation I Is worthwhile I II tOO-Rill Tin TI" Dennis Casper .1" Till Till
in 1919. the Tarn- add to a person's capacity to en-
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struck by a postal truck. She' brought suit for mouth of the Mississippi. was a bird task. There were lure all\ the ills to which he Ir Cart..ns Rm Tin Tie
was asses DAR school In Tamiltee 110-11. ..
"* Fury
Bishop, wearing a Santa Claus ."'... ,....1.4 th. rlort" teeny I Cecn R.y R.g.rc
damages on the ground that she had suffered permanent beard, was potted paddling South Carolina and in great problem There were no 11,41-"y ...... Fury |..*,y t Ci.ll R.y II.....
Duncan Smith precedents. Everything he did
the Kate
back injury in addition to shock, cuts, bruises and seaward In a heavily loaded 1924 DAR School at Grant, Ala wn done for the first time. He WEDU-TV AFT1RNOON

the like. The heard few before Fed canoe. The crew of the pilot had to feel his wa He made
case was a days ago bama, both In secluded mountain )
boat Sandy Candy said Bishop (Educational) II:00-Sky Kr.! < St. Prtt)** Tugs lunxy Sky Ki.1
eral District Judge J. Robert Elliott. In awarding the of Dublin Ireland told them he areas where educational, at the time facilities. about mistakes.relatively He worried small too matter much CHANNEL 1 TAMPA :11:11-Sky King I *Mk. Yuktn 5ugs Sunny Sky Kp"D. '

there were no Feb. 12:30-De Yg Kntw? lullwmkl I America Yee l(. ?
lady $22,000, Judge Elliott used logic which we, a pedestrian was heading for home. Tamastee his an enrollment of protocol. He was awkward S no What FRIDAY a New II '1,41-0. Yeu KntwJ '.lIwi., .!I. ...cI.I.* ) D. Y.. K...w.?

regard as just about classic. The opinion read in of 250 boarders and when he tried to speak in pub- I M Parlnna rnmcaleI

part as follows: RADIO. 250 day itudenti. Kate Duncan lie. He was criticised and trW 49 IS Riinnhm RloliwrI Almanac IOO-CIS I-CIS Nswe N.wt Fiend..."..I..d Amtrlci I.eddnd CIS CIS N.wt N.wt

Smith la a day school; Its en- fied. I 10 Boilnnlnc aiwnlihT iJO Sit. Aft.r S.,.,.. .
The Government defense apparently was that 00 Induntry On Farad Fic! ., Wr.i lng| Overland) Trail'
between 125 He of
varies was a great rock
rollment pa. T 11 Americana At Work 1141III. F.atur. Th.. r. Wr.itltng Overland Trail
she didn't get out of the way. Since the evidence shows and TOO. These two schools are tient strength and towering In. 2 SO Orwration Alplubtt'
through acholar- telrlt He the "Cincln- 00 Mlklo Schwab Play i BrthmS II J:00-"TwIllekHr. "The Fl.",. Weerilh'' Ov.rl.-d Trail
maintained wei
that she did attempt to get out of the path of the truck, WINT 10 Two Hundred Y..ra el Ithe Si.".." ..,,1...'
ship and gifts from DAR at natua of the West. He was Woodwind Wrtitlm Overland Trail l
we suppose it might be suggested that she did not run national and state level and truly the FATHER OF HIS I.M Festival oC The Arta"Cnnerea -- J t.4S-lr..lJ.:J9_,R. R..r.laktk.ll Arthur KathCr pent Challenge:: C.lf: Jungle

fast enough. We are not impressed with this argument 1360 ON DIAL by generosity of individual COUNTRY, 11.W Sim ort of 8lrlnn" wl.y Challenge Gel"Pigmy

The relationship established by law between the driverof member IOD-Ch."i.ft.! i "Th. F... Challenge Gall hi.."" .'
thru The DAR contributes to other l.ll- l.wllr .f Markl." Ckall.... 6.lf| W.l.mull.e ,-
a motor vehicle and a pedestrian is not comparableto Monday Friday schools, DAR approved achoola, lO-Chani.l.nil.O: J. Cirr.dine, Th.atr. X Ana Savage

thli established by Nature between a cat and a MOWONOI which educate boys and girls DIAL WSIR Program 1490 1:45-: ...11.1 Claudia D.... "Sn.w, Jungle'

mouse :00 lira OnI who otherwise would not have 4:09-CIS ft.lf HI-Tim*Ce.a+ure" CIS G.lf
01 National News an opportunity for education.Almanac FRIDAY 5 1\1 Lak. Regina T.Uer 4115- Clull. HI-TIm Paul Lingit.il _
"The pedestrian is not cast in the role of a timid, I aII::ol N.Bunny.. HtadllnaeI Brown Ahereooa no Mutual N... 4IO-CU Gill HI-Ties L.ih. D.n.i.n CIS G.lf

cringing thing who must constantly be on the alert for :M Florid N.waI 4 1 011 1)1 Hnm.Jllllual C New.Hlgh.ay .I 01 110 Jim Mutual Gre.nrleld News Show 4,41CI..I. HI-Tim. TI'..+.. X Cl.in.

00 Bunny BrownI 4 30 Mutual N... a 115 Mails from Mutual .
of the automobile driver and bound 21 IsOO-P.rt.r P.rt.r Sti
any move to scurry : Farm Report 4 115 Want a Job 10 no Mutual Newa WiJ. World Riseee I
I..65 National N.wit 'fO Home II Highway 10 01 Music from Mutual aIS- W.,.. W.g m' .1 Sp.rt Rise 1
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for his of his natural :
upon appearance enemy.A 00 Doug MontfOKMry a 00 Mutual N.... 10.10 Mutual N... /so-ie'e oh. La. Jimmy Wid. World, I'w ;:secret

ptdestrian and a driver of an automobile have equal 1 7:50::40 Ntwa Bpotllfht Headline On BporUt United Proms International I OS 81n, Along 10.. Mu.1o from Mutual 1:45--11': the law Strickland .f h.", |I'.. AS.....
By 1.21 Today In PoIII County 11no: Radio Xlda Blbl. Quit
rights to the use of the public streets and it is the 100:W National and Florida News Today Is Friday Feb. 21, the a 50 Mutual Newa 11.10 Mutual New. NIGHT ,
duty or each to exercise the right with due regard for aII:: N... Montfomary Htadllnta 52nd day of 1964 with 314 to 1.11 Slog Along Evening 11'11.115 aI Time Muaia Signal from Mutual
I 00 Florida and lent News follow. 100 world Newa 12.00 Mutual Newa OO-N.w.: N.WI, h...., WiJ. World) N.WI. h....
the corresponding right of the other I 01 Doty Farm Cardta is its 4:15: T..dln Post Afternoon Si C.ngr.iim.n Weather .( Sp.rti W.ath.r
iThe driver of an automobile is bound to anticipatethe Almanac The moon approaching e ::10 Wall Street Ripest 11:01: Fans OroY' News 5,30-Mr.: U I lM.m.t,.,.| The Guy L.m. P.uw.r.1
I M Dour Montgomery full phase e 10 Mutual. News 13 10 E..IIIU for YouI ,4I-M. H Shedimi ..,]. She,, "...,...
presence of pedestrians on the streets and the pedes- all: Community Bulletin Board The evening stars are Venus = HI Nil 13 50 Mutual New.
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when lawfully using the 10 00 The Beverly Stark Show Jupiter. Ti.atlnatlo.s T. Tell Tre tl h
triar public highways is not 7:15: Spotlight Ih. Star 1.00 Mule 7115-- Sh.w.u. Sheweime'
10:ni Mr T "Jo Trlwtt." On this diy In history: 7 25 Tonight In Florida 1:10: Mutual News J.Mtl""' T. Till Truth
bouiffl to be continuously looking in all directions to in:M N... ..dlln.. In 1141. Congressman John 7 115 Musk Beyond the Stare 1:115: Mule Prom n. CIuIIeIa'oo 7lo-J.c n. I ..twant H..t.n.nny J..k,i. ;
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detett the possible approach of motor vehiclesunderthe 11 SO N Headline 106 Club 1490 5 M Say St With Mualee
that if he fails to do he will 11.U Florida and Local Newel collapsed on the floor of e Mutual News It: !) Mutual New. I:00-Jaekte Th. Uut.nint Hootenanny Jackie
be heardto
so not
AFTERNOON the House of Representatives. a la Club UIIO-Nlrtltbfal 5:55:: Mutiat MuleI sillGI.a.ee n. l:....n.nt H..t.n.nny GI....*
if he is pounced in no Mutual' N... 4 00 Mutual Now.e Io-Th.. D.Isidsrs Joey *, Lewnce
complain upon an area designatedfor 11'M Regional and Rtat. weather He died two days later.In 'L W.tk Th. D.f.-.J.r.
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it. Be it noted, however, that the attorney for 1 1'(10, National Bruce Parker Ntwa his office in the climax of s 10.10 lip ore a II Mutual Musk Io-Phll: ti.... St..f Th. H.llyw..4 Phil Sil.| ...

the plaintiff described the judge's ruling as "beautiful, 1'90 N.... H
absolutely beautiful." The defense felt it had better 1.100. Florida Bruce Parktrt N... In ISM. the Washington after Mon.3T 81n On .011 H.IIU Calla !IIOo-&u: ".", .k. P''A' ..*II The H.II.4 Cu ,", .k.
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view another Daniel O9 B....,. Parktr In 1963 290 person were IO,4a-Gu .",..U James M... I.Hl.lln. .
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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF. Friday February 21. I'M Page Fiv.ht>

ffiroimc}! TKe Town' ." a

Raneys Entertaining Folks From Back Home

Mr. And Mrs. E. W. Raney of Rockford, III., who are spending their second

winter on Lake Howard Drive, have aa their guests, Mr. and Mrs. William C.

Hayes, also of Rockford. Mr. Hayes is the brother of Mrs. Raney, and is the ....

general agent of Mutual of Omaha, with offices in Rockford. H '.

Mr. and Mrs. George IL The Methodkt Youth of Winter The Junior High Fellowship
Gaither art her from their Haven will bold their second of the First United Presbyterian

borne in Michigan for a six Lent Breakfast tomorrow, Church of Lake Alfred r e Ed'teJ 1 by OlLUC CLLI5 ......
seek vacation. from S a.m. until I .m., in will meet Sunday at six p,m. .,' e v. ;. rf 1 ,v
the Social Hall of Beymer in the home of David Garrett -
Tl* 19M." officers of tit Memorial Methodist Church on Swoop. Street. "The _
Winter Haven Chapter No. Each young person is to pay Meaning of the Sacrament"will Gala Coronation BallIs
T/. Order of Eastern Star, 15 cent for his breakfast.All be the evenln,'* dlscui-
will be Installed tomorrow evening Junior high and senior lion topic, with Debbie Pond
at eight p.m. In the high department youth of In charge Cathy Meagher ..
Masonic Temple. Mri. Eugene Trinity, St. John and Bey will lead the devotional iiii 1 Set For March 11thAll
Freed, Worthy Matron.elect, mer Memorial Methodist
extends an invitation to all Churches are Invited to attend -' .
Mr. and Mn. John nl)' the pomp, circumstance and gaiety surrounding
member of the order, and The Words from the goal and sons, Din and Da.
friends, to attend. Mri. Dave cross that will be used for vld, will spend the week end ? the ascendancy of a monarch to her throne will ,
Rice, chairman, and all past meditation will be: "VerilyI In Newberry with Mrs. Hay surround the annual "Florida Citrus Queen Corona:

matrons of the chapter, will say unto thee, today shalt good's mother, Mrs Tom Ro- tion Ball" to be held at Nora Mayo auditorium here; ", :
serve refreshment in the thou be with Me in Paradise." land.
dining room following the in- The Rev Bill Tiffin from St. Wednesday night, March 11th.

stallation. John Methodist Church will Ponce de Leon Chapter, The new Florida Citrus Queen, to be selected'. .
speak on the Authority at the Daughters of the American Monday night, March 9th, will "
Merle B. Brown was admitted Cross Breakfast Chairmenare Revolution, will meet at 2:30 be honored at the formal bill Haven and the citrus industryand -..:-.
yesterday to the Win Ann Wilson, Carolyn tomorrow afternoon at the
ter Haven Hospital. Hitchcock at will Jack Bailey, master usually attracts people
Judy Dekness and home of Mr* J. V. Hodnett,
of ceremonies of For from all over Central Florida.
Kay Ting North Lake Elbert Drive. "Queen
The Rev. David Dletzel, A Day," the TV attraction

pastor of the First United Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dob- Mr. and Mr. James Mfl. CHERRY OR APPLE Charlotte Hoover and Debbie Wahneta Girls which will tape five shows Tommy Pope
Dabble Dix, Corleywere
Church of Lake .
Presbyterian son of Grand Rapids, Mich. am of Washington, D. C. are here Week
Exposition ,
Alfred, will conduct a series having e big argument over whether George Club Presents
are spending several days In here for a long weekend Vii Has BirthdayMrs.
of four membership classes Winter Haven, visiting numerous It with the latter' parent, chopped down cherry or apple tree when this picture March 7.14.Under .
for adults. The classes will friends, after having Mr. and Mr. Joe K. Hay. was taken. Actually, It was all part of e skit Washington Play"Why the sponsorship of the Cullen Pope was host
be held Sunday evenings attended a business confer which: the Wahntte Girls Club gave yesterday after Winter Haven Junior Chamber ass when her con Tommy
from eight until I:30 in the ence at Miami Beach this Mill Angela Resar of New noon In recognition of Washington' birthday tomor Washington Was A of Commerce this year, the celebrated his 11th birthday
church starting February past week. Orleans, La. I II her for the Hero," wit the play pre annual coronation event will at their home In Dundee The
23rd. The class la open to wedding tonight of Miss Penny sented yesterday in observance have all the traditional trap. party rooms were festive with
any adults who wish to unite Drew A. Pewitt, radar seaman Coites and Charles Edwin row-Ruth-Mary of George Washington's pings of royalty balloons and crepe paper.
with! the church, or who are USN, son of Mr. and Beasley, Circle MeetsThe birthday by the members of With the music for the bill Party favors created much
interested in knowing more Mrs. Kenton T. Pewitt of this the Junior Group of the Wah to be furnished by an out- merriment as the youngsters ,
about the United Presbyterian city, Is serving aboard the Mr. and firs J. M. McDonald Ruth-Mary Circle of ness of our Creator. nets Girls Club standing orchestra to be selected enjoyed contests and games: |%"|
Church, It'. theology and form antisubmarine aircraft carrier of Boca Raton have Grace Lutheran Church met The leader, Mr*. H. Pets- Sharon Harrison led the later, reservations for Prizes were won by Gerald .,t,
of government USS Essex, operatingout been visiting with the Paul Tuesday afternoon at the chow presided and there singing of "America, the this event will be necesssrys Day, Kathy Powell and Danny .
of Quonset Point, R. I. Sutton at their home in Stately were thirteen members pres Beautiful." Mrs Robert Koo the capacity la limited to Livingston!
Keith McConkey and Bryan The Essex is the Navy's old Oaks. home of Mrs. Carl Quick for ent. Mrs. Martha Hellwig was was the accompanist.: some 300 couples Mrs James Watt of Lab''I',4.
Owen, superintendents o f est aircraft carrier and celebrated a dessert luncheon. welcomed as a new member. The cast for the play Included The Nora Mayo auditorium Hamilton assisted the hostessin
Adult I Department of the her twenty.first birthday Larry Eddy 1 I. home from devotions and the reading of It was decided to gather cancelled : Charlotte Hoover, of the Florida Citrus Buildingwill serving birthday cake, cup *
First Baptist Church are reminding Dec. SI. Ocala for a visit with bit The meeting opened with stamp to aid In mission Betty William, Debbie Cor- be colorfully decoratedfor cakes and punch. .
those who are planning mother, Mr. Helen Eddy a chapter from the book "The work. ley, Debbie Dix, Donnie Dan. the formal event which Attending were Jlmmle and'
to attend the barbecue Mr. and Mrs. L. Klntey Woman Beautiful" entitled The next meeting will be ford and Sandra Dean. will be open to the public, Billy Watt, Danny and Bobby -"*'*-
tonight, that the social affair were recent guests at the Mr. and Mr. C. S. Wicker "The Eyes have It", statingthe April 21st at the home of The "Virginia Reel" dance 'with no Invitations requiredand Livingston, Dawn Ander. .
will begin at T pm. at the Beach Club Hotel at Naples- of Des Moines, la. are her miracle of the eye as Mrs Paul Friedrich, 140 Polk rendition war performed by: Jaycee officials have son, Brenda Kay Richardson,
church social ball. On-Tbe-Gulf. for a winter holiday.IT'S another evidence ot the great Drive SE. Karen Ketchum Charlotte suggested that early reservations Patsy Corman, Kathy Powell, ." '

Hoover. Betty Williams Debbie for tables be made. Peter Jensen, Bill Lovell,
Corley, Debbie Dlx, Sandra Historically, this Is one of Steven Brannen, Eddie wl1--
Dean, Pat Hoover, Margaret the most prominent society llama, Rodney Waters and

I Bishop Duncan To Speak HereThe Variety Of ,Projects And Programs ford and Downs Patsy Donnle Walker.Dan. ..-events-of the year for' Winter Joe Good. -

Spring Deanery meeting of the Episcopal James Mri. William Harrison Dlx assisted and Mrs in giiiimimiiiiiiBtttt

Churchwomen of the Lakeland Deanery will be held Church Guild serving the refreshments of is1Shoppers' j
next Thursday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Highlight MeetingsSix gaily decorated cup cake,
and ice The Convenience
Registration will be at ':30 punch cream.
club member of
were guests
a.m. followed by Holy Eucharist and Mn. Sue Fisher, serving. circles of St. Joseph's Guild of St. Joseph's Catholic church held meet. Miss Matilda lleinrich, Di

at ton o'clock.served All the ladies of the parish ings this week. Chairmen opened the meetings with prayer and then conducted rector. GUIDE TO .
Luncheon will be hi
urged to attend the
are being business sessions during which reports the recent benefit card ,., '
the parish hail at 11:30: with meeting and to make lunch brief on party "
the Very Rev. Clifton H. eon reservation by Monday were held.
I,While. dens giving the noonday with Mr. Linnette Kennedy St. Beraadette'i ed a program on the penitential school In Santurce, Puerto New Arrivals
prayers at the parish officeHOUSEHOLD Mrs. Peggy Johnson was season of Lent when Rico, was read by Mr. Phil I
I A short skit will be presented hostess to member of St. St. Cecilia' circle met at Gutlerres to members of St. Mr. and Mr. Otto M. Pel-
by the ladles of AH Bernadette'i circle who wen Thomas Aquinas Circle when trey are the parents of a
Saints Church, Lakeland. HINTS reminded by their chairman, at the home of Mr. H. M. they met at the home of son born at 10:32: Im. yesterday IN GREATER .. .0

Mrs. Robert E. Shriver, Fold new material over an Mr*. Thomas J. Bissett, that Owen Jr. Mri. Oscar 0. Marable.Mr in the Winter Haven
president of the Episcopal old belt and fasten the centeron this is their circle' monthto The group' project was discussed *. Ames Blxenmsn, chair- Hospital The baby weighedIn
Churchwomen of St. Paul's the underneath side with be in charge of the altar by those present, Mesdames man, presided over the business at six pounds and nine WINTER HAVENflmimiiiiiimiiiiiimi
will welcome the guest and iron-on tape. Presto! A new Robert Schneider, session Mrs. Gutierres ounces w .,
Mrs. Russell B. Davis, deanery belt. the business read second letter from .
Following sea a tP
chairman, Armon Rugglerrl, A daughter, weighing seven
directress will conductthe e e e
lion Mr*. Bissett continued Sr. Alacoque, a former teacher .
business session. Keep shirt sleeves from Jackson V. Reed, Arthur Pob-- pounds, eight a quarter
reading from the life of StBernadette at St. Joseph's School in I
The Right Rev. James L tangling with other wash by and members 'jecky, Dan Egan, Owen and Winter Haven, describing the ounces, was born at 1.51:
In the
Duncan, D. D., suffragan bishop buttoning them to buttons on Koos. p.m. yesterday community
of the where
turned In completed layetteswhich poverty area hospital to Mr. and '.' NEXPINOIIvC "+ 4
of the Diocese of South front of shirt they have been making St. Jade'aMembers she 1* now teaching She relates Mrs. James C. Cuthrie. :
I e of St. Jude's circle :'
Florida will be ipeaker.Mrs.
for the m Isalon.. that the nun are trying CUSTOM WORK
John H. Dame is In Improve fresh vegetable Those attending were flea made plans to take can to establish a science department Mr. and Mrs. Benton V. RE-UPHOLSTERING 1
charge of arrangements, salads by adding a little lemon dame Bissett, Johnson, dy to Rogers Rest Home In the school and West of Auburndale are receiving ....
assisted by Mrs. R. V. Been, Julc,. when the group met at the the .
George Boucher Jr., and Vincent are in need of a microscope. congratulations: on Convertible
Glass a Coven TopsComplete
S e e S Auto beat loT
Swift, home of Mrs. Bruce Black-
Mrs Lyle
registration; DiLorenzo. The group voted to try and birth of a son. The baby arrived
scrip books; Mrs. Austin T. Wash baby's toys In a solution Cecilia' man. locate one for her. at S:07 p.m. yesterday Selection of Fabrics:
Race Jr. dining room; Mrs of baking soda instead of St. Mrs William Hsrtman, circle In the local! hospital
Mr Richard Koos present Mrs D. B. Fox reportedon Hicks & Glass Shop. I
and water. Upholstering f.
J. B. Scott Sr., decorations, soap chairman, read an articleon the last meeting of the weighing seven pounds, one
Lent and the circle members local Welfare committee and and a half ounces. 1201 SIXTH IT, I.W. Sf 1-114
discussed how they could
the group voted to bring canned Mr. and Mrs. Francis L.
more actively participate.
foods to each circle meeting Ross of Lake Alfred are the
They voted to have as their
REVIVAL TIME individual intention: the counteracting to donate to the city welfare 'parents of a son born at STANDARD TV
of the Influence of office. I:51 this morning In the local ''
Communism In daily life by Mr. Bixenmia presentedan hospital.! No weight was Sales and Service on ell makes of TV, radio, s ,
IN WINTER HAVEN personal Influence Instructed and religious question given. hi-fi, stereo Radio dispatched service calls.
answer progrsm.
Those attending were mesdames Those attending the meetingwere FASIIIONETTES 41 SHi St., N.W. CY 3.3421 .
Blackman, Hartman,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mesdames Blxenman, Many new spring dresses
AT CENTRAL Alvin Kubik, Vance Layton,
Claude Williams Thomas John Crisp, Allen A. Dowd, look like an art show on the
HAVENDALE ILVD.) Fox, Gutierrez, Edward Ma. move-what with prints and .r
3900 LAKE ILUI DRIVE N.W. ( Bowen, Hazel Stolz Helen
rottl, Marable, Harlan, New pattern* ranging from flowery
Eddy and Mil Rosy Emr,.
ton, James O'Hsra and William to abstract and geometric JOHN PETERS

Feb. 23 to Mar. 1, 7:30: Each Night St.for Margaret'sPlana the February C. Reed. ones. We're Q PHARMACY

meeting of St. Joseph's Guild Free Preacrip

St. Margaret' Circle when limits a'e
they met at the home of THINK NI>16t a Drlve.ln lie city ,

Mr. Eugene Corimeier. Mr*.
Thomas Zimmerman chair.
man conducted the business 24 Hoar 610 Plnr. H, N.CH.Jlt .

session. THINK HOW MUCH YOU CAN Telephone !
Member attending were

Mesdames Zimmerman Con SAVE IN A YEAR'S TIME Professional ., .
meter Jack Burton Roland :'
Francoeur, Ray Lacerte and USING Answering NEW HOMES. ,,n.

a Johannes Applebloom. Service I t REMODELING i I '!

St. Monica's Circle 24-4204 '. J.
W C. McEvers
r. Mr*. Pierre Jutra was NORGECLEANING
hostess to members of St. lUILDIN CONTRACTOR 't
Monica' circle who met In ill An. C, S.W. CY 1-119 .,,\
Father Anderson Hall and & PRESSING s.
made cancer pad and dressings '
k during their meeting. YOU CAN DEPEND ON
Mr. 0 R. McDuff chair. SERVICE ."
man, presided over the business ,.oot

session and announcedthat CAlfCI SAVI w TO 35'/, ON ALL HAVEN APPLIANCES ..,
the group had turned
.q; over (1 dozen pads and dressing 9 AYE, GARMENTS. for quality tales and service oi ,."i;
CURT Evangelist
a ,
to the American .
CINTIAl CHRISTIAN CHUICH, ST. send two subscription to .

-f inmates at Florida State Prison ajlllllllllMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllimilllllUlllllllMlllll J I lllllllllllllll!! Over 30 yean of satisfied customers.Mt .
at Raiford. = RING IN THIS COUPON :: CY J.JOIt Iolet IiiCY \
A program on the history, W. CINTRAL MlWOULD J.It" lavlee
origin and purpose of indulgences G -I"
BOOSTER lAND ws presented by Mrs. ;I One m gggDFREE I '-P

McDuff and two .
new memberswere
Cleaned ;
Introduced, Mr*. Alice :: ::
PIANIST rf SOLOIST TIle TkwMtM kne M. II l 1** Irwin and Mr*. John La lor. i GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 2* ii YOU LIKE TO JOIN .. ',

MR. HARRY THOMAS seal|*..|.. wvhwh. fee .., Those present were flea fuilllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll; lllllllllllllllllllll- ,..
SON beth DuCbarme, Jutrai, WIlliam .,


A letter from Sr. M. Ala-
Delmar D. Debault Minister coque: S. S. J., thanking the PHONI 2f3-S40S CY 3.2191 124 3rd St., N.W" j..
group for clothe sent to her


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.*."..CHtRCR*.**""... Ralph Oneness OF JESUS N.Faith fillister CHRIST\ NW Attend The Church Of Your Choice 22nd Lakeland And BAPTIST Avenne a.14 GOld

Stth and Avenue M, Ed VTItney, Pastor

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School S:43 ..m.-Sun. School

11:00: 1.01.- Sun Worship 11;00 i.m.-Morning Worshlj
p.m.-Y.P.C.. Meeting 1.5: p.m.-Training\ Union
7:00: pm._Evangelistic Meet LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange E. IIUDSOiN CO. 1:00 p.m.Evening WorshipMETHODIST

7;45 p.m.-Wed., Bible Study MATHER JOHN C. FISHERREALTOR CT14111
National Bank !v1A eANW.
Elide Like Charles Roberta, Pastor
Rev. Cannel Bruce Pallor FURNITURE CO. -WIMtr Hun'l FliuitFuntltur INSURANCE 11:00: t.m.-Worship

9:45: I.m.-Sun. School IU Third Si e .ddlne CtfMt: ef 10:00 a.m.-Sun. School
11:00: i.-Morning WorshIp. "H.is..4 Q..hty h-" S.W.CYSfeU. a DriptrlM IJI W Cwrtrri REAL fIt. f/ 1:00: m-Methodist Youth
7:00: p.m._Evangelistic Servo ,tk ra.. ee Are J, N.W. Ptwittwi WI..., Hives ESTATE .. Fellowship
Tuei: CT 44101 7;00 p.m.-Wed., Choir Was.
7.00 p.m.-Mid week serviciISWOOD BOS Pope Ave. N.W. Moeller .DJ.c. NEEDS. u tice

7:30 p.m.-First Wed. of each

BETHEL GOD 1+*' --.. Attmrf SwvlcM if ... Chunk month, Women's Society of
ASSEMBLY: OF It'a 'Fingsr.Uekhi' Good" .OK.GBOVJIII"D :roB A. iJCJLO-ZI Christian Service
The Rer. William D. Lee .I Year Cubs This Week
Pastor 2931601 .............. Next year George win be a civil engineer from Tech. And Meredith BEYMER MEMORIAL:

IU: .m.-Sun. School ... ... b studying Hone Economics at State. METHODIST
__ 700 N. Lake Howard
Morning WorshIp W LCOME WACON Drive
11 8.30:00 p I.-Christ m Ambassadors TrlI ep1 If you were their parents, wouldn't you consider that a pretty rood Rev. Leo F. ling, PastorS

Service background for marriage? Boy with a promising profession! Girl with a 4\ ;30 i.m.-Wonhlp Service

"T:00 p.-Evsngeliatic Servo ..... ..,...,', ... found grasp of the family budget 1 _... ; "f 11:00 S;30 p...m ra..--Methodist Morning Worship Youth

7:00 Wed. .-Prayer and Praise '.. II.... But should we be to naive? What they study in college 1* Jortground, Fellowship

Service: p not background. It equips our sons and daughters for the immediate op 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship

DUNDEE 6th 54., NW. 294.221S portunitiei and obligations the future presents. Phone 2f 4-2f 89 Service 7;30 p.m.-Wed., Mid.Week

Across Street From City DIU Th. permanence of love is not rooted in engineering or economics. The nursery will be opea for

Rev. Leland Holland Designing bridges and planning menus are not keys to a lasting happy all worship services

Sec. Ralph DUon 'a ge' ST. JOHN'S METHODIST

10:00: l.m.-5un.. Mlnlitry School of Word The Personal character determines the ability of a man and woman to meet Publix Market Cypress Gardens Road
11:00: m -
7:45: p.-Evangelistic Serv. the demands of sacrifice and unselfishness that marriage requires. The N.nh o.a at Lake Roy
i4'01 FJtm1
1 Rev. William Tiffin
builds faith. For character is of the I PastorS
Wed.: Church molds character as it one by ehappte, c..uWA. .
: s m -Worship ServiceS
7:45 p.-Prayer ., ees Drive-in products of faith"W"- :45 s.m.-Sunday School

EAST SIDE The ability to love unselfishly! another I '.h.epsid : 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Dundee Highway, Like Region / I at Neves-Deis / 1:30: p.m.-Methodist Youth
Sub. Division IM. :.:." Fellowship
R. Paul Wood, Pastor
10:00 l.m.-5un. School
Morning Worship Rev. Troy Hatmaker
11:00: a m
( 30 p.m.-Youth Service A Third Street
: _Evangellatie Serv \ 10:00: s.m.-Sun. School
7:30: m
Midweek :' STARPRESSPRINTING 11:00 s.m.-Morning Worship
1.5: p.m.-Thuri
rvlce 1:30: p.-MYF
130; '>. .-E''enlng Worship

111 Ith Street ; Alfred
Leon Boswell, Pastor f far IUSINESS 'Church of The Lighted ero.."
I:49 a.ra.-Sun. School a>wg Rev. Darold N. StormS

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship "'ere;' INDUSTRY :45 a.m.-Church School
7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship (AU
Electric Co. a
Tuei: Tampa Nursery clan during Chrucj
A. Meeting
7:30: p.m.-c. School

Wed I 11:00: s.n.-"Vorshlp: Service
T;30pm-Prayer Meeting Nursery during Morning Worship

Corner of Ave. G, 2nd SE CITIES SERVICE y ALL... "" .... T J... 1:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship

Rev. Emerson Jonei, Pastorcs:1100 FU11.Wh.r. Pi (Juniors, Jr High Sr. High)

--it.OO.. ..m.-5un. School .."..a-Itlt.-..............;w. 7;30 p.m.-Midweek Worship
; a.m-Morning Worship _D "'A.. Informal Bible Study
_. Missionary .ar 1:30: p.m.-Fellowship Supper
I SO p.m.-Woman'
: ,...1,, 4 ., "t"'t. ...1w_ \4..M'.
r "
Last Fri
each month
..Council '' M t A.nhhnh, with'
the MIf. ., d..a.er .. d.ur.ur The
Evangellitle Serr.
=; T-30 p m Thus w, lair FREE METHODIST
-titop.m.-Christ Ambassadors COM: .L.' ,of INO E (e =:.::' .h7 .r AMERICAN NATIONAL IS2S Lake /Jfred Road
-'";:W/dot ALIONMENTDtnnli t :;:'..1 I' ... .appal : lANK lev. Chadwlck DonnaDy, Pasts
7:30: p.m.-Midweek services, Tcwiwtne ANA. eu dad food roe(tr.) Me,.
M mtair I Donnally
: r.D.1.0.
.testimonies, special prayer ttk St, N.W. CT 1-I70T w. rho (I 1 re ht. : ,
does'.ear lara.... rYid .. Astoclat PastorI
LAKE IDA kit--"r"- :45 a.m.-5\IL School
": Olin Luke, Pastor cot!.':". toad 11:00 a jn.-Worship
BANK OP .u. e. hR. Cw..,. .....N
2 Virgil Pope Supt. w aPt.. IU: p.-Chrlstiu Youth
10:00 a.m.-Sun. School, BibleS ,LAKE ALFRED: aN ....f........k..k_ It......"w" CHEVROLET DEALER Crusaders.

Iud)' VOLUME SELLING :45pm-Fr eMsthe4i| II|
11:00: i.m.-Morning Worship x Youth
T:45 p.m.-Evening EvangeLitle GOOD DEALS 7;30 P.m.-EYll1&e1IItf./IenteI/
; t' ,4 $c t GOOD SERVICI
I .: I
,, Thuri: ._ CHURCH '
T:45 p.m.-Prayer meeting ---.o-y. Copyneht 1564, Keutr Adv.rtin a S.nvire.Ina,3tvshtwg.Vs.
Chevrolet I lev..1.1.
*' ".. .. __ Blackbtn. Pastor
BAPTIST -- Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1:45: am-Sun. School
DAV1STAR BAPTIST MEMIER .D.J.C. I Corlntmane X Corinthians Ephealana I Timothy Titus Hebrews James I4B .t. ff' S.W, CYM141 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship ,
Rev Lester E. Miller, Pastor Tll-7 7:MS 81-81: 6:310 It 1-8 IS:1-4 4:MO 7:30: p.m/-Evening Worship
'Hlwy. 17.N. of Bartow Air Base Nursery available for Sua,

.. .. Sun. School School
,. 10:00 11:00:: i.m m.--Morning Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms 1:30: p.m.-M.Y.r.and morning worship,

6:30 p.m.-Training Union FIRST
7 43 .-Evening Service PRESBYTERIAN
: p
Your Six( St at Ave. G., N.W.
T:41 p.m.Prayer, Bible Study C:1k.;: 1 ATTEND THE 0 STORI I LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev James Pastor 1. Blackwood

DUNDEE k. CHURCH OF YOUR : Of Commerce Rev. Robert Farm Associate.
10:00: i.m.-Sun. School e : : 1:30: e.m-Worship Service
11:00: ..m.-Morning Worship D..rt".1If L fI' 1:45: a.-Sun. Church School
1:30: p.m.-Training Union / J It.,. .. CHOICE SUNDAY I I fe, 11:00: a.M.-Morning, Hour of
7:30 p.m-Evening EvsngeLstlc t i DINNER Worship

Choir Practice HOMI OFQUALITY City Drug Co. a All KliMh .f / 7:oopm.-Esch Third Sun,
7:30: p m.- Thrifty City .ft.. Church liilldliif Materiel Presbyteers

Wed. JIM' SCOTT n, ..t.. W. Ceatr.Av./ .. us. FHA Fie.n.tet' 12:15 Noon. Each Fourth Mon.
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting fm UllttkSt, NW. _CTMUt .... :::::?:f&vac 'II firth, sow.j.y 1.I1" Women Association
EAGLE LAKE i I e:so p.-Each Second Tues.


10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Rev Barry ROMS Baptist ALLIANCE CHURCHRev I SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7:30: p.m.-Esch Wsd October,

U:00 ..m.-Preaching :45 a.m.-Sun. School ISOe Blitk Street NW G. Blair McGarveyW. Ave. L, Near Sixth St, NW (Mormon) Rev J. G. Williams, Pastor June Mid.wk Chapel Service

6:15 p.m-Training Union. 10:45 a.m.-Morning WorshipS Rev Ormond Wolfram, Pastor Fred Bchopke Jr., 8.8, Supt 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School, pupils lass Ith Street SE 10;00 a.m.-Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIAN

7:30 p.m.-Preaching Service :. p.m.-Training Union I 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School IIU: a.m.-Sun. School .up to 20 .ears of .... Elder James E. King, Bishop 11;00 a.m.-Morning Worship Cypress Gardens Roadat
FIRST-OF ELOISE 7.5: p.m.-Evening Worship 10:45 a.m.-Morning WorshipS 11:00 a.m.-Church Services 1:30: a.m.-Priesthood 7;00 p.-Evening Lake In*
111:00 .
: a Morning Worship Worship
Rev. Walter E. Hatbeiy Wed.: m :30 p.rn.-Youth Groups 1:00: p.m.-Wed., Testimony 1:30: a.m.-Tuei. Relief Society 730; p.m.-Tues..Prayer Rev William H. Downey, Pastor
Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Prayer ServiceDAVENDALZ I 6:II Tralnln: Union 1:30: p.-Adult Bible Study : MeetingThe 10:00: a.m.-Sun. SchoolS 1:30 p.m.-Fri. Meet. ':45 a.m.-Sua. Church School
11:00: .m.-Morning Worship T;N Evening Service 7:30 p.rn.-Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room la locatedat :00 p.m.-Sacrament Meeting pies Service Young Peo 11:00: ra.-Mornlng Worship

<:30 retraining Union Rev. Douglas P. Jensen, Pastor 7;30 Prayer Meeting and Wed: Ave. B and 2nd St., NW. No evening meeting tint Sun. S:30 p.-Junior, Senior High
7:30 p.m.-Hour of Power JEIIOVAH'S
T:45 p.m.-Evening Evange-: 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Bible Study : I CHURCH OF GOD of each month. WITNESSES Youth groups

liaise 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service prayer Avenue E, 7th Street, SW Wed.: KINGDOM HALL 3:15: m.-Mon, Girl Scout
10:00: a.m.-Sua. School ServiceWed 7;00 p.m.-Training Union RIFLE: RANGE CATHOLIC I Rev Melvla A. Gifford 7;30 p.m.-M.I.A. 2211 21th Street W. Troup No. 33

.: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship (Independent) ST. JOSEPH 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Thuri: 1:00: p.m.-Sun., Public talks S:4S p.-Second Toe, Men's
7 45 .m. Prayer. Bible Study R. Dale Pastor 11:30: a.m.-Primaries, Children 7 15 Dinner
; p 1:30: p.m.-Wed.-Prayer Meet. Simpson, The Rev Matthew J. Connolly 11;00 a m Morning Worship ; mSun, Watchtower'
10:00 Sun. School 1:00: .Tuei. 7:00 am.-WedMen's Break.
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED : a m Pastor 7:00: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. TEMPLE EMANUEL p m Your Will Be
0. Charles Horton, PnUrt FIRST-OF WINTER RAVEN 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Avenue H and stll, NW Wed. LAKELAND Done on Earth' Study fast
Rev Albert Carnett Pastor 7:30: .m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.ra.Thuri. SOOpm: -Wed. Choir Re
:45 a.m.-Sun. School p Sun. Masaei7: : B:00, 11:00: 7:30: p.m.-Young People 8. Lake Ministry hearsal
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 1:30: a.m.-Morning Worship! Wed: Holy Day Mssses:-7:00. B a.ra. Service Holllngiwortk Dr. SchoolS
1:45 Sun. School 7 30 Prayer Meeting Irwin Cutler, Rabbi ;30 ra.-Tburi 7:00: P.m.-Thur Boy Scout
1:15: a.m.-Training CI OD. : a m : : p m.- 7:00: p.m. Sat: Serv. Meet
10:00: a.m. Sun. School
7:30: p.m-Evening Worship 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship, First F(. Mssses-T:00 s.m. 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Fri. S:00 -. GRACE LUTHERAN4th Troop No. 561
FIRST CHRISTIAN p m -Evening Sere
IU UnionS
: p m -Training THE
Wed.: Weekday MIIs.-7: ..mConfeanoni SALVATION ARn'h'
7:45 p.m. Bible Study, Prayer :00 p,m.-Ev ning Worship (Disciples ef Christ) :-&at: Eve of Holy WEST WINTER HAVEN Sat 10;00 a.m.-Morning Sere Rev. and Avetie C, SE St sad Ave. T, NW

FIRST-OF IXWOOD Wed.: Rev. James N. Barnett, Pastor Day: coo: to 1:00-7:30: : to S:30 14th Street, NWA. ST PAUL'S EPISCOPAL August Benthal Pastor Captain W. Whittle
+ 1:30: p.m.-ifid.week Prayer S;30 s.m.-Bible School J. Duncan, Pastor 3:15: sm- un. Schooim Officer la Charge
.". 1. W. Campbell Faster EAGLE LAn 7th St. and Ave L. NW. 115 .. .-Adult Bible
10;45 a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School. Clan 1:45: era.-Sun. School
1.45 a.m.-Sun. School SOUTH SIDE Rev. C. N. Sturrup. Rector 1030 .m.-5ervlc.
Nursery 11:00: a.m.-Morning Wonhlp Worship : a.ra-Morning Worship
..._. -,. 11:00: a.m-Morning Worship R. H. Malcolm, Pastor 10:45 a.m.-Junior Church (forages L. B. Chastaln, Minister 7:00: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic Rev J. G. Drawdy Aiat I HOLY COMMUNION US: p.-Younj Peoples 1KB >
(.4] Training Union
m 7:30 First
p Barney Cowden SS Supt.S 4 through 7)) 10:00: s.-Bible Study : Holy Eucharist Sun. Each Month 5 )
I.00 p.m-Evening Worship\ School 1:15: A.M. Family Eucharist TELEVISION
45 .m.-5uD. Bible
c, : 5:45: p.m.-Youth Choir Prae.S 11;00 a,n.-Preaching, WorshipS Tuea: 1:30: -Evening Worship
Wedl 11:00 a.m.-Morning Frescoing :45 p.m.-Christian Youth :30 p,m.-Presetting 7:10: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 11:00 A.M. Morning Prayerand "THIS IS THE LIFE" Tutl.:
730; p.m.-MId.Week Prayer 7:00: p.-Study dill for all ,Fellowship (Senior) Wed.: Thuri: Litany ':30 mChanneI S COO: -Sunbeams

FIRST-OP WAH>ETA ages, Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed) 7:30 p.m.-Bible Study 730; p.m.-Young People Endeavor S:00 P.M. Organ Recital and 11:00: a.m.-Channel S 7:30: p.ra-Ladies Home
: ;;;, Rifle Range Road for men and women I 7:45: p.m.-Evening Worship Evening Prayer RADIO BROADCASTS League
.. Rev. F. R. Klghtmlre S:00 p.m.-Evening Evangelistic Wed: 40TH IT. BAPTIST MISSIONRev WEEKDAY SERVICES 10:5: .m.-Grace SUD. Sermon' Wed.

;. 1 1.45 a.m.-Sun. Service Servo Broadcast WSIR : S:30 .m.-L.dlea Bible Class H. T. Ward, Pastor ELOISE Monday-B: A.M. Holy WINT (1380 h) 7:30: D, .-Girl Guards
1.00 p.m.-Ved. Prayer Meet. Chapel 9:45: a.ra.-Sun. School Rev W. E. Wright Eucharist Ilrj .m.-The Lutheran Hour 7:45 ,
i 11:00: a m -Morning Message p m-Pr.
.. .. 8:00 p.m.-Training Union log, Bible Study 11:00: a.ra.-Preaching Services r;00 a.m.-Sun. School Wedneiday-a: A.M. Holy WGro UO kc) rn t yer Meeting

:. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Sermon CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 7:00 pm.-Training Untor 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Eucharist 1:30 p.m.-The Lutheran Hour coo: p.ra. Junkr Choir
Wed.: JAN.PHYL (Independent) 1:00: pm.-Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Friday-B: A.M. Holy WSIR It90 h) 7;00 p. .-Boy Scouts
: .
7 30 .m. Mid.week U B. Overstreet. Pastor ISOe Lake Blue Dr. NW Wed.: Wed: Eucharist : l.m.-port.11 of Praer
: p prayer
: :I service, Inspiration Corner of Recker Highway and Off Haveidale Blvd.: 7:45: p.ra.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Priyer ServiceFrI IMMANUEL LUTHERAN144S (dally WGro (540 ke) SEVENTH-DAT ADVENTIST
Ratfleld RoadS Wed.: : 401 Ave. K, SE
;? :45 a.m.-Sun. School Delmar D. Debault, MinisterS 34th St., NW, U Inwood ABIDING SAVIOR George
Central Baptist Church 30 .-Bible School 1:30: p ra.-Bible Study T30; p m.Young People's Meet. LVTHERA.'N N. Wilson
'- "Corner Sixth 8t, Ave. A, NW 11;00 a.m.-:doming Worship a Rev. Richard C. Knehae, Pastor (United Lutheran Church Sat
j. .Rev R. D. Hodges, Pastor 1:15: p.m.-Training Union 10:43 a..m.-Morning WorshipS 14TH STREET CHURCH OF CENTRAL CHURCH FAMILY WORSHIP" ':"emporal1 LeutM1l ) S4S: era-Sabbath School
.. It:00 a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.in.-Evening Worship :30 p m.-Christlaq\ Endeavor CHRIST OF CHRIST 1:30: a.m.-Sun. School, Adult ** Hm *.l. Blvd 1100; ..-n-Worahip Service
: 11.00 a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p.ra.-Evening Service Located between Ave. J It K: B. J. Cbea'Aara Minister Bible Study ?:00 mSun School SUD. Television:

: '30 p.m.-Pre.service prayer PARKLAND BAPTIST I Wed.: 14th SL NW, Whiter Haven 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study 10:15 a.m.-Sun. Divine Service 10;3 .-Divine Worship laoo noou-chanael I faith
7:30 Mid week
+ 7:30 p.m.Evangelist preaching ISO Eighth Street, SE : p m.- service Bryon B. Cooley, Minister 11:00 s.m.-Worship ServiceS ne Rev Charles DlcklOll for Todiyun
: COO p.m.-Wed., Prayer meet. Rev Gene Hitchcock, Pastor :Choir rehearsalS Sun I- :30 p.m.-Evening Worship NON.DENOMINAnONALDIIVE.L Pastor cy 1..5 Radio
r inf. Bible study B:45 a.m.-Sun. School : p.m.-Juniors 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study Wedt SERVICES ';30 a.m.-WSU1N S20)- The
: ; 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 1:15: p.m.-Seniors 11:00: a.ra.-Worship ServiceS 130; p.m.-Bible Study Sponsored by CHURCH or NAZAItEU Voice of Prophecy.
: : LAKE ALFRED 1.5: p.m.-Training UnionS :00 p.ra.-Evening Worship Methodist Men's Club at Out FIRST IIURII Tuee.r
.00 p.-Worship Wedt M. Wright 7;10 pn-Prayer Meeting,
: 47S W. Unlace Blvd. Wed. CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Mld..k Service North Lake Blue Drive and Dale Blvd., e cry Sun 1:30: s.m. 1.5: mSun School eventh-day Adventist Church
: B W. Kllllngsworlh Pastor 7;30 p.m.-Prayer meeting Church ef the "Dally Word"Onlta Ave. Z. NW Rain or shine. 10:50: a.-Worship
.. 10:00: i.m.-Sun. School A. Meyer, Minister LAKE REGION UNITARIAN Elder W. C. Chandler 11:15: p.m.-Adult Bible BAPTIST TEMPLE DUNDEE
: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship METHODISTELCISE3RD Sunday Devotional 11 ..m. UNIVCRSALIST FELLOWSHIP 10:00: a.-BiMe Study LAKE ALFREDPRESBYTERIAN 8:15: p.m_Young Peopl Study Jack Thomas, Patter
.. 6:30 p.m.-Christ Ambassadors STREET Tuesday Music Club Lakeland 11:00 p.m.-Preaching Service 11:15: p.-Junior Society, 10:00: .ra.-Sua. School
: 7'30 p.m.-Evening Service I Rev Paul D. Swisher 421 E. Park at Success 3140 Troy Ave., S. of Glendale 7:00: p.m.-Preaching Service Rev. David E. Dtetiel. PastorS 7:00 p.m.-Serv. of ,,1100 I a.m.Morning Worship!
::. Wed tr 10:00: a.m.-Church Schools Sunday School: 11 a ra. 10:00 a.ra.-Morning Worshipand Wed.' .43 a.m.-Sun. School 1:30: p.m.-Wed.. Mid-'Peek EvangeWm 7;00 p,m-Evening Worship
-IJO: p.ra-Prayer, Bible Study(I 700 p.m.-Ev ug Worship Center: 214 So. Iowa Sun School 7;00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting U;00 s.a.-Morning Worship Service Wed:
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Senators Tour

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: many time In other criminal

County clashed: with phosphate .Jd. .. .. courts throughout the state, on Daddy DateThe
firms representatives and challenged .. .. assignment from the governorand

Lost Seamen opinions of slate health I i. e .tI.\'e j'arp Supreme CourtIn
department officials at the t announcing that he was Winter Haven High

hearings a ay ay'tis ayI qualifying for reelection Judge School Chapter of the Future
., '
.. : qtrf Amidon said "I feel that the
Called Off I Donald S. McLean, former hKx v efficient, economical and Ionest Homemakers of America announced

president of the Polk County operation of our courts today that It.,will hold
: Cattlemen' Association, testified r aln I during these trying times la is annual Daddy Date Night

NEW YORK: (UPI Search I that he was forced to sell I most important. The volume of Monday at T pm.

craft beaded for port today his lot acre farm In Polk County cues handled by the Criminal The pot luck dinner' will beheld
Record has increasedyear
Court of
with :20 turvlvori and the dead
eaotain from the itorm-battered after working It for 14 yean I by year I 't I assumed in the home economics department

British freighter Ambanador because the highly toxic fluorine the office of 'judge of the high school.

leaving at tea II mining tea killed his cattle and damaged "We handle in this Court all All fathers of FHA member

:men, presumably drowned. his citrus trees i f Sc eases from traffic through mur are cordially invited to attend.
r der In the second degree and
1' ,
The Coast Guard cutter Coot ; Boyd entertainmentchairman
McLean preaented a Dumber I, (, this put year handled a volume Beverly
'Bay, the last vessel the area asks any boy or girl
of cattle hones, which ha of more than U,000 cases."This

into where Ufa the rafts mining Tuesday men called went said were damaged by fluorine, 'J I court la the only criminal wishing to help with the. entertainment
court In the state handlinga
oft the North Atlantic search at to the committee and the packed r',\ contact her befor
\ volume of
sundown Thursday The cutter courtroom and asked, "If ,,- comparable does not have at least casesthat two Monday night at CY J.MBZ.

headed for 1U home port Fort- that Is not enough evidence to ii' ,, ,"wrJJ f"\ judge and most of them haveIn
land Maine, with 11 of the iurvlvora 7
the body of Ambaiiador bring suit, what do they need!" ';" ; ?- addition a separate traffic 12 Girls Seek
court It has been my sole aim
muter: Harry Strickland and a State Health Officer Dr. Wll .ii, .1I\ir' ; to ao conduct the affaire of the (Continued From Page One)
Sowder of Jacksonville ;
Coast Guardaman eon T.
seriously ill : 'r
; court that it might enjoy the .
da John C. Wood & Associates.
; Bowen
who developed appendicitis during testified earlier that the state '. '''' 1 confidence and respect of -
the search doesn't have enough technical .J \ .
and I feel that the experience
everyone will be Mrs. Ana
Nine other survivors were and scientific: evidence to go to that I have gained Judge
the freighter court with the phosphate firms, Adama, runner-up In a )fIll
aboard Norwegian
of GIFT FROM FRIENDS-Mrs. Mary Holland wife of over the years la moat valu America contest Mr*. Pat
Fruen bound for Rotterdam Besides, he said, money li SENIOR SENATORS-S.n. Richard B. Rusiell ;
The Nethelsnds. The Norwegian licking to fight the multi mil Georate speaks to some 2,000 people about his good Sen. Speiiard Holland, proudly shows off a silver tray |lust able.A graduate of Lakeland High Westphet, former Cltrna Queen events;

freighter Fruen bound lion dollar phosphate! Industry. friend Sen. Speiiard Holland at the Holland Appreciation given to her and the Senator by Marjory Framer, left School Judge Amidon attended editor Ray Dantiler of television, special station

for Rotterdam The Netherlands I Floyd Bowen of the Florida Day banquet at Bartow leaf night. Rusiell) said, "Hollandli president of the Polk County Democratic Women' Club. Stetson University and began WTVT: Cliff Ryan Winter Haven

The Norwegian sailor Phosphate Council challengedMcLean as tenacious as a bulldog-when he gets hold of you and his wife practicing law In 1624. He city: manager; Bill Carter,
has made both the Florida senator
the tint and Polk County Farm The club
daring rescues -
performed he just won't turn loot." Sen. Holland grins at the i ia a member of the First Baptist citrus Queen contest producer;
from the Ambaiiador Bureau Director Paul B. Huff honorary life members. Church the Klwanla Club Tampa Electric
and Jim
which war believed near linking saying he knew of one grove tribute 0 and the American Legion_ and! Co. executive
in a gale and mountains near phosphate plant that had la a past commander of the will be under the
seas 600 milei off Halifax, N.S. a !good yield Sen. HollandContinued latter organization He Ia a past Lighting of John MarotU.Quality
The Fruen withdrew from the Huff[ interrupted laying.That 1 ( From Page One) [ Wagoners Tour Cape KennedyA One Passenger, member of the board of directors direction Electric Co.
search Wednesday night grove won't produce a Four of the Lakeland Chamberof
Despite the intensive sea-air good yield" and B. Russell of Georgia who Engines, Commerce and of the advisory .
search nothing war found to "It has been damaged by the flew In last night In time to newly-orgsnlied Winter Raven yesterday morning and startedon committee to the Salvation Prn'SBURGH1PIBonu)

definitely establish the fate ol I freeze," Bowen fired bark }Join the celebration, and then men' group, !the Wagon the officially-guided tour I Six EmployesBOSTON Army and has participated inall ty! John Wright the best discovered polity. 1*

the 14 mining men who abandoned Sen. Muskle asked Bowen flew back to Waiblngton. era, toured Cape Kennedy and from the NASA Appollo Build. matters of civic Interest a* not always
the Ambassador at tit sharply If fluoride emission Russell said In his speech NASA installations yesterday ing under the direction of John I, (UPI) R. L. Ry.I much as his time would permit Wright 42, appeared John Thurs'ley J.
height of the atorm'a fury three does have any effect on citrus that Florida and the nationare I I nearson of Wayland Thursday before
of the local W. Donovan of the NASA asked his occupation.
the Ha
to have the under sponsorship Floruccl.: was
and cattle. very fortunate WASHINGTON A ..pokea.m'lI -
days (go.Citrus bad four engines, two pilots, one
Bowen answered "It apparently services of Sen. Holland He Chamber of Commerce.The community development office. stewsrdesse and for the tlt)"'* Better Buslnear "
has." called him a great fighter for group of 12 left the city The tour took three houra. engineer two Bureau observing the melee "I'm. salesman, ha laid.
Parade Bowen then added that the constitutional government "I The group visited the control K seats all to himself surrounding the capital's "What do you sell"'Floruccl

(Continued From Page One) phosphate companies are working don't consider him aa much center where worldwide trackIng Eastern Air Lines said Rynearaon traditional Washington' Birthday ,ershled. Wright

awards will be made at th on ways to correct the prob a conservative" as a constitutionalist Ruby Trial of U.S. missiles end capsules was the Nth paaaenger Sales that Include fur "Until, "I yesterday was lelllng numbers replied "
Coronotion Ball Wednesda'right lem. be said. to show at National Airport coat for Hi
March 11, on at Nora Maythail. <) Citrus and cattle experts told At the end of the program (Continued From Page One) I 1. cordlnated; the Gemini In Washington up for in air ahuttlelight "Some people always I.tt.ken Wright was ordered charge.held for
the senators that flurold gsa- the Senator's wife, Mary, was opinions as strong ss )'our"" blockhouse near the launchingpad court; on a lottery
Among the dignitaries wh( sea from phosphate plsnts have given keys to a new car by Tonahlll 'Iked.ObJection. where the two-man team ( to Boston. The flight carries

will lead oil the big paned cut citrus production by si ; H. M. (Bob) Fulton. She said; Sustained.The will start for the moon; and ageneral (5 passenger
and then be eacorted to the reviewing much is II million boxes a : "For the first time in my life tour of the launchingarea. Ten minutes after Rynearaon itiiii'1
stand are: year and has stricken cattle I am speechless-" defense demanded that was left standing alone on the I :

Secretary of State Ton:. with fluoride poisoning Just before giving her the Bohannon be dismissed "for platform another four-engine I

Adams, Mayor Richard Dante Sen. Muskle war called back car, Fulton gave Mrs Hollanda cause" by the court. Brown re The group was shown the pad Super 0 Constellation taxied to r" I' 'Y
let, State Sen. Scott Kelly. to Washington shortly before large valentine on behalf of where astronauts Carpenter the apron to take Rynearaon F.D.I.COPEN '
fused M"ber
ended and Sen and told and here He was the only passenger EXCMAN&t NATIONAL IANK.
State Rep.. Ray Matter Lawton the hearings the city of Bartow Grlssom, Glenn Cooper
Chiles and nn Hill Criffia Randolph closed the discussion her she had been officially This forced the defense to took off for their space trip. on the special flight

Jr., County School suP with this statement: chosen "Bartow's Sweetheart." dismiss him peremptorily.Ruby .

Shelley S. Boone County Con "Teitlmony today shows that Among the crowd last night entered the court quietly I

mlaalonera 1.. W. Dunaon, Floyd problems exist here and It I la were many office holders snd minus his usual smile 1 H* 1_
Woods, Wllmer UcCutcheon, apparent that there la evidence many many political hopeful .
Aldlne Combe and Alan sufficient to warrant immediate At a news conference held sat at the defense table and

Traik, City Commissioners J. action. Where It cornea from I la at the air bate before the dinner closely watched thai! j proceed I ':
D. Hill Hughes Stelle and Tom another matter, but It la Imperative Holland said be thought ings. 1 TONITE TIL

Turnbull, City Manager C. I C. that you work with Florida would vote Democratic Bohinnon was the last of 14prospective Buskin
(Ryan, Homer hooks, who la coordinated effort in aolvlng this year; that be war confident Thuriday. .
general manager of the Florida these problemi." they could successful LE
Citrus Commiaiion; Wlllard The committee came to Pone filibuster the civil rights bill The defense scrapped one with 8 PM

E. Roe prealdent of the Florida County today to get a tint hand aa it la now pre.ented-cr. the as the filth of its 15 peremptory SATURDAYv S>
Citrus Exposition; Herb look at the groves farms and put it, "an unlimited educational challengea.!! Th. rest went "for SALE ENDS
Riley, acting director of the phosphate plant Involved.A debate In an effort to cause" either opinion or opposition

Fruit and Vegetable Inipection couple of week ago t. get the bill modified"; and beaaid to the death penal )' Is Loaded With Bargains Quantities Limited
Division of the Florida Department croup came before the County: he expects Florida will which the state will seek for Every Department

: of Agriculture: ; WarmSavant Commission requesting that get an additional $4 million for the slayer of Lee Harvey Oswald.
executive vice pros they look into the problem of the Cross-State Canal .
dent of the Florida Canners AsaoclaUon air pollution.At "It Is worse than we
; and Mri. Dora Cox that time the citrus and thought," Belli said His argument LADIES'
Philllpi, of the County SchoolBoard. cattle people merely attacked Seeks SolutionContinued la that a guilt\ .ridden Dallas LADIES'BLOUSES GIRLS

the phosphate companies: the ( From Page One') la unable to produce a fair SPORTSWEARKNEE
The float officially: entered State Health Department, and tential of the 20th Century; and impartial 'Jury and he said & SHORTS
In the parade are: the Polk Air Pollution Control he would prove It by the end
should be concerted effort PANTIES
Atlantic Coast Line Badcock Board for a do.nothing attitude there a of the session today KNOCKERS
cold wipe
Furniture Co., Charlotte The subcommittee Is conducting "to abolish war The Important thing will be
ty Continental Can co.coun-I hearings across the nationnd out elision the and origins to Increase of international understanding whether Belli has proved hi* ( $100 STRETCH PANTS

press Gardens East will report their finding to andgovernments. argument to the ,judge
ough County end Lions the full Senate committee. among." I Joe B. Brown, of Criminal C
General Telephone, Hilliborougb District Court No. S, is the )Jurist t 24
County Commission, Imperial Area by area this is the way who must decide whether tMi 2 TO A CUfTOMR
the President sew some of the PAIR
Polk County Lake I County HospitalContinued Ruby will be tried here or I in $249
Chamber of Commerce, more serious foreign problems some other Texas city. The defense
Lakeland Chamber of Commerce From Page One) today: of
( has requested a move
McDonalds, Mar Viet Hams The contest there Pain 66e
has been helping with the competency Nsm forces from 200 to lOG miler 3
South Viet
Broa. Manatee County Chamber the pastthe between
problem. In Brown who Is now chewing
of Commerce Orlando I victim would be thrown In backed by this government and
tobacco and spitting Into a cuspidor
PublisSeaboard the Viet Cong backed by the
Chamber of Commerce, before
await a
,jail to at his left heel Is ahandsome
must be by
Railroad Tampa the 'Judge aa to whether be wa Communist won of few words
Electric City of Tampa, Winn- lane. The ,Jail had quite a number the government and the peopleof But the ones he has uttered ao LADIIS' LADIES'
Dixie, Winter Haven Banka, of the unfortunate peopleToday South Viet Nam for them that LADIIS' wA1N.N.wuADewroa
far give the Impression
Builders aelve. Johnson warned, how. WHITE
and Winter Haven in Jail
there are none nothing has been proved to him BLOUSES 100'NIOIt Blends
the committee that "those engaged in -
listed by ,
The bends and the matter ia being handled ever the trial can't beheld
show that
for the line of march In an excellent\ manner by external direction and supply right UNIFORMS I
tie: his coniultant. laid Dormon. would do well to remember fair square 45 % Dacron-3BY. Cotton SHOES
Auburndale High Auburndale "We are extremely proud ofIbis that this type of aggression I Ist here in Dallas
Bartow High, dangerous game" He The defense seemed to have Ale, TO
Junior High and its admlnla- deeply
Deniion Junior High Ft I i hospital Goldberg for only three promised that the United State got that message Thursday. I It Sate dteMly sand, $ 88
trator No. 1. He Is ared WHITE
High, approved 'Juror $288.nd
Mead High Froitproof years ago the state threatened would continue to honor Its SALESMEN'S SAMPLES
Haines City High Jetett High, to close It due to poor handlingand ,! commitment to support the haired man, 35.yur.old.with two children, $199 0D.hst p.Iv.st'r EACH
Kathleen High: Kathleen Junior today it la fully accreditedby Vletnsmese fight for freedom. COLORS
named Rosemary a Job I oxroios
wife ILIPOMI -
High Lakeland High Lakeland the American Hospital AlloI Cyprus He appealed for an :
electronics contract
Junior High. Lake Wales elation after coming up to the I end to bloodshed between Turk as a estimator mhtary-In an aero.p.c.I I Not all I ekes I III every style.MEN'S.
High Mulberry high BocheU I rleid standards of this organi lih and Greek factions on this in
High Weitwood Junior high, ration," concluded Dr. Dormon. strife torn Island I "before plant and a master's degree
and Winter Haven IfcSh. The speaker was Introduced It 1s too late." The President That last I I. what Intrigued

These baton groups are en ( by Doug Day program chairman promised that the United tells He let it be known that _.-
tered: for the day States while not a party to the
All! he wants a 'Jury of "sophlstlcates BROADCLOTHBOYS'
Canaveral l MEN'S
The Cape Visiting Rotarians from New Issue would do all It could to "
word for
bla a person
Start, The High Steppers, Orange York Canada, Illinois, Iowa, find a solution Until then he I ,
Blossom Corp., The Sail Th.TWlJ'lettel. Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan .aid. It war a task of states *enough d u e a to t e understand d and perceptive and listen <$"/. D.cro3S'/. Cotton SHORTS &

orettea, The Showmanettei Virginia, Indiana Ohio manshlp "to prevent the danger .
Ambasia- to the mind probing testimony $% Decron-3P/e Cotton WASH N WEAR
Missouri, Wlsconiln and nearby in Cyprus from exploding he win present to show WASH N WEAR T-SHIRTS
dor,. cities were Introduced into disaster. of -
Florida In state
that Ruby was a
units are: I
Police and special Le by Herb Letts. The three members Pan.... Assuring the people mental black-out-due to brain
junior Girls American from the Interact and the of Panama BRIEFS
Port S, AmertJan attending government damage and a form of epilepsy 5399SHIRTS
Auxiliary I the Winter Haven High of this countr)"'* determ .when he shot Oswald here SUCKS
201 (
Legion Post wj- by Rotary
of ,. School club sponsored nation to be "absolutely last Nov 24.
Auto Racing Shrine,, were Dennis MscCalla. in discussion of problems involving The first Juror Is Mil E.Csusey .
FToridaHVghwiy CAP. Egypt Temple Patrol Future Bob Leynee and Walter Ceisel. the Canal Zone John-: of Garland Tex., a < 34 EACH

of America, Girl I Matt Veldhuis Introduced the ion called for "a covenant of Dallas suburb. He told Bell $ J99l
Farmers for
Knights of Columbus,, members having birthdays tooper.tlon. fletly! that "I haven't seen anything "
Scouts and Bugle I the week. Ken Shults gave Notes. He also said, "we are prepared that makes me feel my MIN' 128c

Vanguards National Drum Guard, Marine and Comment and Arnold hi.'art calmly and without city 1 1. on trial!." But he also 2 for $5.00 3 ,., 88e he'BOYS'
Corpi. Guard, North I led the weekly dngfestPresident ressure, to consider all the said be would bring an open
Corps Honor Car PmU I Gordon Mead announced problem which exist between mind to such subjects aa
CM Popeye Tractor ROTC: that the program next u* and to solve them transient Insanity"
Play Found College SherIff. week would be under the dlreet promptly." TREE CHOPPER

Florida Southern Teem Coast't i lion of Bill Glddlng In which Cuba "As we are patient In SPECIALS

Deputy Junior Girls Unit VFW,,, visiting Rotarians staying at the Panama we are prepared at LaMond's SHORT SLEEVE CENTRASTORES.
Guard. would be participant IOYS' LONG SLIM
of Wabneta,,, Haven Hotel Guantanano he eald. Be
King and Growers Queen (helicopter).. *. pointed out that the United STEAK HOUSI BAR
Waverly Statea dealt with "the latest LOUNGE SPORT SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS
challenge and provocation: from
Wholesale Plumbing & Supply Havana without sending the Choice Steeks
Tampa Marines to turn on a water Fri. & Sat
S Dancing
Of Winter Harea .ucet" This was an Indirect: 99 .
Valves Fittings alap at Sen. Barry Goldwater, No Cover, No 1 100

**rsSiaaSaS. ,. i R-Arii, who has advocated Minimum 1 MORE of thl.
AIM' C.m.l using Marine in the current Garden Rd.
au Itll Cypress
M..i..l A Industrial D4taCALl. .y DELIVERIES Cuban water dispute. Johnson EACH for LESS !
WHOUSAll ONLY Irii .,-"eII Pet i. .tlf. .i BETTER .
.. L.. 511_ Mfc-IUh said Guantanamo Bay was being s cy LIMIT. 1 TO A CUSTOM
COLLECT 2'.247 WINTER HAVEN made "more secure than It Mien CY 3.023

ha* ever been In the past.

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I Boys. Girls Clubs Merit United Fund Help Jaybees Hear r 4r t

Tw. of the most Important Talk
By Jaycee
agencies" in the United Giver

Fund are the Citrus Center:

Boys Club and the Winter Hi
Vice PresidentJames
yen Girls Club, serving as they;

do the youngsters of the Lake I1

Region area Farrer, executive vice

Both depend In great part upon president of the Florida Junior ,

the contributions in the annual k Chamber of Commerce, was ?

United Givers Fund,Rei 'lttl, i the guest speaker in a special ,

Cross Campaign, which will beheld /a assembly program held In the

In this area on Tuesday } '- Denlion Junior High School au.
: ,
Ota Smith director of the t Is1.IttP
Boys Club since It was started ditorlum Wednesday.

a dozen years ago, hat done i lie Installed the second semester -
some computing tricks with) M 1 S Denlson Jaybee Service

club statistics to show just what Club officers and directors and
the organization Is doing
presented each member with I
A total of 145968 hours of
service were counted at the special wallet.sited membership

clubhouse In 1963. Thats how card.

many. hours boys spent in club tl The Jaybees are being sposored .

activities for the fourth consecutive
Doing a little arithmetic,
Smith discovered that the Boys year by the Winter Haven

Club would have kept every Jaycees
person In Winter Haven off the Platform guests Included '

streets for about five hours l Bruce Barker, Jaycee president
The total membership Is I 282! iREGISTERING
C. V. Hayman, Denisoa
boys It costs 79 cents to pro
vide activity for a boy for eight principal; Thomas E. Smith,

hours. 'Where else ran you chairman of the Winter Haven
keep a boy busy for so long for committee:
Jaycee advisory
so little?" Smith inquires I and George Flack Jr, past MEMBERSHIP CARDS-Jim Farrer, Florida Jaycee executive vice president, pre-
There l Is an extensive program president of the Jaycees and r cents membership cards to Hugh Plemons, center, president of the Denison Junior High

of athletics baseball faculty advisor to the Jiybee Jaybees, and Jack Hill, first vice president, during meeting In the school auditorium.
softball. basketball, track volley M Club

ball.:badminton, swimming Officer Installed were:
wrestling boxing and weightlifting IN AT CLUB-Gary Bartoy, left, waits to register In at Larry Mullis Hugh Plemons, president; Jack. Walther League I Lake Alfred I ICuesta

The library, growing signs the Boys Club book John Hanna, first vice president, Is looking on. HiU, first vice president; Tommy Plans Car Wash
rapidly through donations of Mock, second vice president
books and some purchases, provides j,' ... ; Paul Schopke, secretary; of Mr and Mrs A. L. Stripling of Lakeland,
boys with a place to do t Y I I'y" John Plemons treasurer, Rich On Saturday Thomas Erwin the past few contractor, to repair the home

their homework, reference ard Bockover, state director; days were her brother.In-law of Thomas Evans on Park Lane,
books for study, and leaders and Bill Bissett. James Mul The Senior Walther League, and sister, Mr. and Mrs Stratford
for assistance .,, directors Thommasson of Gurnee which was badly damaged by
raG ford, and Mike Spencer, the high school youth group of ,
Games of all kinds are part '" IlL fire recently
Grace Lutheran Church, will
of the dally program. Instructions "II' Mrs, Robert Woodard Instructed Mrs Leona McMillen and
are even given In proper hold a car wash tomorrow. several members of Mrs Norman Boyle entertained

use of a rifle There are all -' R :, I "J' '1J, .,'"tt-"J Home Heating, The car wash will be held the Coddington Home Demonstration .
kinds of crafts woodworking, ,,'! r I; 1'1. from S:30 a.m to 4 p.m. be. Club Wednesday mornIng Tuesday with a canasta party
ceramics plastics, lapidary, I Cooling Display, hind Touchton's Drug Store at In making various new for their guests, Mrs William

gimp, glass, art, plaster, and .I< 1:1 To Visit Here the North Gate Shopping Center types of Christmas decorationsand Yates and Mrs Henry Johnson .
copper enameling ; gifts, In her home on Hoffman of Jacksonville.
The club is operated by aboard Members of the congregation St. A baked food aale by the
of directors, currentlymade' General Electric' traveling
up of Ralph Thompson display of 1964 central air con and the general public are Invited Mrs. John Flynn and Mrs E WSCS. of the Lake Alfred

president; Mrs F. E. Brig p'c ditionng and heating equipment to take advantage of the W Moore were hostesses Thursday Methodist Church Saturday,'
offer wash luncheon and in Feb. 22, will be held In front
ham, John Hanna and Powell I for the home will visit young people's to at bridge
Ott vice presidents, and direr f4ye i i, Winter Haven next Tuesday cars at the low rate of $1 per the banquet room of the Mor of the Post Office starting at
; S'.C
tors Scott Boland, T. D Bowen 1r 'I;. heated and cooled by a Gen car plus 25 cents for whitewslls rison cafeteria, Winter Haven I am Mrs. Maud Telford ifchairman.
James Poole, Jack Ryner- eral Electric Weathertron heat A permit has been Issued to .
-- ----
son, Clinton Thomas, John Calvin pump, the display known as the
,'Howard Moore, Slim Sum "Comfort Caravan" will be
merville, Dr. Robert Brooks, o Q oprn to the public at the North Winter Haven Student In State Contest I

Dr Robert B. Hamilton and Gate Shopping Center, Sixth ,

Judge Robert Staufer, St., NW, from II a.m. to 9 p.m. Bobby Coburn, I senior at
The Winter Haven Girls Club jj'I Homeowners visiting the display '
Winter Haven High School will
was organized 11 years ago to I will be able to ascertain
provide s carefully planned t to the quality of heating and air be one of four students to represent

program of religious training, conditioning Installation, according Polk County at the State
character building, and homemaking to Charles Stout, of Youth Nutrition Conference and
geared to meets and Stouts Heating And Air Con
Interest"of the girls { t5 v K dltioning, 21S Ave G, SW, youth power competition, to be
Girls from the first grade : whose firm is sponsoring the held In Tallahassee today and

through sixth attend after ; ___ it local! visit of the show tomorrow.
schorl each day school Is insessjon On display will be panels ex Coburn was a recent winnerIn
They come from Eagle $ 4 punning air conditioning cutaways the boys' division of the Polk "',

Lake, Lake Shlpp, Snively, and showing and explaining County Youthpower Project, .J, I
South Winter Haven Schools W1f 4 compressors and other com with his entry "Nutrition in tdee' '. CIt
Dally attendance runs from 44 >oncnts, and several actual the Space Age" t, i. t ).
with total enrollment of cooling and heating units The The other three members of "1 ,Wy
to 71 a i '
BOYS CLUB TO EXPAND-Ralph Thompson, president, shows Mark Taylor and
for' this illuminated and the Polk County delegation '
200? This Is capacity displays are '
organization In order to have s Rickey See> the artist's drawing of the proposed new building which will be built on anew many of them operate scheduled to enter their projects ,. ,'F .:; I ,\,.,i14. "
good quality program and ful site off Havendale Blvd within the next two years in the state competition aar + ; "I" y "

flints goals. were all winners in the girls' ) :, ral .ru+p f' V
The club was originally built crSa Court RecordCIBCIIT competition They are, Gilda ,,J ; ..
snd. financed from its begin s a tb ,y TOIBT Bodine, Kathleen Hieh School; ,*', "n!.. tfy.ky
ninj by interested parents and Hull Yard first place; Cecilia Marie t
friends and is now supported Robert Kolodln Jnorrnan< Elllt. Ritchie Bartow, second; and ',.'/, .... ,' "
by the United Givers Fund,Red Werner William, etc Roaemhal., vi 'Waiter and A.Stanley Dodd Lois Mllbry, Auburndale, third .........,.r.' { if .\'

Cross Campaign Certifiid Metal, tie., civil action Competition In the state con .
Members of the executive i damaiM. |June l.000Dorothy Bdion ,.. William test will come from 120 other 61', frgr ;(t

board are: Mrs George Burr, J.re.m. tdon, diverse. high school Jr.; president: Mrs. F, E. Brigham -. Theodora J Yntem et us vi.. throughout the state. ,; A ,

vice president, Mrs R. Church African ot Methodist Louyhman, Episcopal aortas The winner of the state cnn of M ....,d''" "
McKenney, secretary; Mrs orvcloaun test will\ then have the privilege .
Ruby Snead, treasurer, and William. Bordner ... NIII.. too enter his project In ,
,lr, lortcUwIhyllla
Taylor t mortgag
Mrs 0. S. David, Mrs. Una K. ure. the national competition In /iiiJ )
Smith, Mrs Irene Hundley, yta Jayne Lombard) vs Phillip Chicago, HI, In April. / .
} Mrs Christine Hood, Mrs Phil *. etc.llaal Last year's national winner, :
Hutton, Mrs Hagan Parrish E Farler ,.. Curtis R.Farley Leslie Mciver, Is also a student i :1<" ', :
Barber, Eloy Del child aupport.Lula .
Mrs George Fay Holley ... Jess Willard at Winter Haven High
Mr. and Mrs William Hnlley. child support School, and la scheduled to be r I' I'I
Moore, Mra Mary Dean, Miss Patricia Hnmrnlnf Cable ... rourt1 ;
one of the speakers at the state
and Miss M Qeorge Pateraon Jr child aupportUladya
Bertha Perry,
Spencer it. George Spelt meet. '
Olive Davil.Methodist. o' child Is of Mrs C.
II tuW'rtMllle' ,.. Jerome Coburn the son }('te a M S
J' Miller. child luppnrt 1 Coburn and the late C. C. .r
Unit Order Aid Urrnft Coburn. Rifle Range Road He
Bert Reynold vi City ot Lake
I. a very active member of the
Holds MeetingThe IaFli.t.Id"Is.! \ lin.. and Loan future Farmer of America,
auoclatlnn of Auburndnle. ete, ,. school band Latin Club, 4H
Everett Sulclllle, lint decree otororlonure
Methodist Youth Fellow 1 rt w Club, student council and his
tt Th. Dollar Savings Bank of the
church organizations
ship of the Ridge sub-district City of Mew York ... CharlM..
met with the Lake Alfred young Stewart, etc, et al., final decreeoreclnalns The Importance of good nutrition -
people In Fellowship Hall of the ; marinas In the Youthpower Contest -
Federal National Uariimgt AMOlatlon -
Methodist Church last evening. ete, YO. George C. Holland : was a natural for Bobby TO REPRESENT POLK COUNTY-Bobby Coburn.
The business session .t el.. final decree foncloelng mort- who lives with his mother and
monthly right, displays the entry with which he will represent Polk
ranch where he has
was followed by a program of gag.Aisle Rotund ,.. Rodney Ward sister on a County at the annual state Youth Nutrition Conferenceand
devotions on Christian Outreach Rutland. final decree dlvorraBetty completed projects In growing
,"' led by Mr and Mrs Cumble Y*. Billy W. CumIt choice wade steers, in home Youthpower Competition, which begins today In Tal.
final' decree divorce. ... He the right to exhibit his
William Gill of Lake Alfred Bertha M. Ku... ,.. o.car W. poultry flocks for eggs, and has, won project by win
A program of recreation ... final decree divorceFlrat also, developed nutritional ration sling first place In the beys' division of the Polk County

which Included games and A.I.IIOI01 Federal Lakeland garlnti and et' .lean va. on the farm to meet the requirements Youth power Competition. Helping Coburn display his
dancing completed the eve Clinton W. Stokes et ux ete," final of the various animals enhibit Is Clifton L... .
entertainment. HOW UNITED FUND HELPS GIRLS Mrs. Thomas Adams driver Is of the wree fnrwloelnn mnrtfare. .
nlnt one
Re: lit! Buick Convertible, ate., educator, Polk County Health ]Florida Southern
mothers that from school to Girls finAl judgment nf fnrefelttire. The Polk County Youthpower College; Miss
motor provides transportation daily
\ operating corps Nutrition designed Department; Mrs Barbara Orr, ]Barbara Horton home ..e"lceSfp.rtment
Project was
United I Mnrtuje Bervlclnc Cora
End PredictedTo Club and home. The girl Is Doris Selena Taylor, Mrs. O. S. David Is greeting her and Jim .to., ve. Jack L. Braeley et ux, ft* to promote better eating habits home economics coordinator, Tampa Electric

Reynolds, United Fund worker, is looking on. The United Fund provides the money for tal decree of'WTY fnrerlneiirecoi rot'aT. during the teen-yean and to Polk County Board of Public Instruction I Company; and Mrs June Sartlerson. I

StalemateGENEVA this transportation 8'lta Filed amlllarize the students with Job Mrs Sara Platt tII Home Economist, City
Gulf OH Corp", MO,, n Clarence and food. 0 m e economics Instructor, sf Lakeland.
UPI Western civil opportunities
( ) V Orirrtn I action, MMAMKvtatfi
diplomats said today they believe Dlecnunt ., related careers It Is sponsored
the East-West stalemate at I Premier Inonu Death TriedANKARA I Sandys Rejects 'U5.. Donald 1I8.AIfalet. I Gay et as. 'il"ct by the Polk County School Food

the" nation disarmament conference Wife's Estate ,.. lMount Corp.. ete, Service Association and the St. John's Methodist ChurchCYPRESS
T K Eddlnn et ux, civil aeon Polk County Nutrition Council
is only temporary.The Turkey (UPI) fice for the National Assembly U damacei, .m 55.
diplomats considered the LONDON (UPI) Duncan Robert C Farb ve Gave E A... with Mrs Helen M. Walker
Three shots were fired at Premier The 80-year-old Inonu, a veteran Cornea. Roberta and Thomaa 0.MrKa6 county school lunch supervisorand AT LAKE ROY
general anent atmosphere for disarm and Ismet Inonu today but political leader, was in his Sandys, secretary of common :; civil action darnacw, Mrs Ruth Elklns, home

they pointed negotiations out that good the, RusIMS none of the bullets hit him, An. car when the shots were fired. wealth relations, has renouncedany ..nI... Lleesee.Robert demonstration agent, as the Invite You To lt'
The radio said Identified left lamer Nelma. 83. Tam
S man part of the estate by coordinators
in the past have turned kara Radio announced. ps' and Robbie. Reslater Roblnette,
abOut and accepted propos.alprevloualy The sssasslnation attempt as Mesut Sunay, 32, was arrested his first wife, It was announced n. Tampa. Judges of the projects at the Spiritual Life Mission
and admitted trying to Darryl H I3"I'Z' It, Anurndalo B a r tow Livestock Pavilion
: rejected. took place ss mono left bis of. Thursday. ::t Lynette
assassinate the wereMrs. Nell Hughes, health
premierInonu Smith, M. Eagle take SUNDAY thru FRIDAY 7.30 PJvL
continued to the National Sandys' first wife, Diana -

SLIP Assembly and took part In Churchill, daughter of Sir Winston

today's session ss scheduled committed suicide last Oc Jiles E. Kirkland Speaker

Sudden Service I The legislators expressed tober. Their marriage was dissolved John Crisp Funeral Home ,

their Ankara gratitude Radio said for his escape, i In 196 Pastor, Manhattan Ave Methodist Church. Tampa

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tools EYs Win Tonight Lund Faces Big

I Blue Devil Cagers Face Jefferson Problem SundayIn

By BOB IIAYILLND the floor with loving seasons second time around the locals ,
Sports Editor The Devllmen are 8.IS and the are expected to give the Dragons 500 Mfi
The Winter Haven Blue DevD drooping Dragons stand 1012. a real battle Daytona I
In league the encounter Jeffer ,
action Blue Dev. In the first
Special U due to arrive at
111 have won only two of 14 son built up a 26-10 first quarter
proverbial "lait chance gulch" and Jefferson six advantage and hung one for DAYTONA BEACH Faced

tonight at I p.m. when they Devil bead coach Jack Dee- their win. The Dragons netted with the hard knowledge his ear M. .,1
close Gut their 196364 cage drlck will itlck with a trio of 17 charity tones in the tint isn't aa fait aa others In the ,,, eta eR r'[tir"
season against a tram they seniors under the basket and half that Just about lewed up field what does defending
have i chance of defeating.The two sophomores out frost Rick the triumph. If the Devllmen ; t r
poiiible victim will be Roberton will get the call at can keep the viiitori from the champion Tiny Lund plan to
the not too terrifying J effer.on center Bobby Downs and Jera fret throw line their chance do about retaining his crown In R ? r i '.e VR
Dragons a Tampa club Baxter to start at forward. for victory are better than &0- the sixth running of the Day
that outlasted the locals In an Mike Page and Rick Anderson, tons 500" Sunday.
earlier meeting this season, 53SO. the Devils leading scorers al SOOther Devils expected to lee The big South Carolinian wu
though only a sophomore, will limited action tonight are Cordon asked this question ai he lit %4P J' r rea
Not a banner year for eitherof receive the guard berths. Coppag. George Davis In his 1964 Ford on pit road at
these two Western Confer In the last three outings Anderson Buddy Rogers, Don Corbitt, Daytona International Speedway M t
ence baiketteeri, both take the hat compiled 17, 19, 23, and Gary McDanlel. waiting for hit turn at a ; v R4JA I a e>A r,
court with losing "110111. Regardlen and 18 point totals A jayvee game win precede practice run. { a. I a r
of the outcome of to- Playing improved basketball the varsity tilt. It will start at "Work from now until race
night'a tit! both will also leave against every team but one the 615.: time to get this car going
faster for one thing," Lund re
plied. "We gotta do that, for i tkr
Snead .'. no use kidding ourselves p 1
To Have Problems 410
that the Fords are running with W a
I the Plymouths and Dodges

right Lund now laid" the Fords couldn' TOUGH DEFENSE-The Dention Rebel ninth graderi BALL IN STYLE-Th. basketball wes the thing I....

But Oldster Sure To Win count on outlasting the faster threw tough defense at Weitwood lilt night at the nIght and obviously everyone wet trying to get It, Dent

cars-not all of them. Southmen claimed 31-24 verdict and the county championihip. 10"1' Ronnie Burrell ((52)) eventually came down with It.

By OSCAR FRALEY llverlng mules to the British letter had taken a year to "There'i too many of themto Warrior Jermlre Hightower ((10)) It guarded by The Rebel eighth graders edged past Westwood 24.20
UPI Sporti Writer forces in Capetown. Once there reach him and it took him an hope that they'll all blow," Reb Larry Swearengln end Tony Van Zant. and won the county cage championship In their division

BEACH GARDENS he attempted to enlist in the other year to reach Boston via he laid. "We'll pick up some
PALM South African Light Hone Brigade London and Liverpool speed by drafting, of course I
Fla. (UPI) Sam Snead faced but, having never been "What are you doing here'" and we are hoping that superior I

trouble learch at he of teed the PGA off yesterday Senior astride a horse quickly war his brother asked when Tom pit work will give us a break.. Rebs Win Polk Cage Title

In championship but an elfinold..ter thrown off the liorse and out walked Into the Boston shop The weekend at Daytona
golf of the regiment.So "You told me to come to the promises to be i record break.
named Tom Clark U a
he signed up with the Durban land of opportunity" Tom re : er. On Saturday a !ecord field -
lure winner. Light Infantry and along plied. "Well here I am." will go to the i'::rtlng line in By BOB HAVILAND wood polntmakeri in the drive period and lilted 11 for the bounding by Denison off Warrior -
Clark la a five foot, five Inch with correspondent Churchill After making clubs for a a 250.mile NASCAR modified Sports Editor were Ricky Pitti Steve Cantu game In the first half the big boards eliminated Tribe
I Scotsman from Kansas City To relieved the surrounded British year Tom had a succession of sportsman National Champion The Weitwood Warriors got and Jimmy Canon man was Ronnie Burrell who opportunities 0 n
top off ai to bow be stands chip race, to be followed by a The did not tied eight of his 10 Other
you forces at Ladysmith. golf course Jobs at a teaching scalped last night and It didn't score stay got polnti. The losers managed only one
with the yean he la a veteran "While I was in Natal he professional These included 50)-miler to determine fins happen just once the Tribe for long Rebel forward Allen Denison scorers were IIosi field goal In the third quarter,
of the Boer War in the day recalls "I was swinging a clubs at Portsmouth, N. H, starting positions for the "500"on had to tit through It twice Harris hit on two field goals Bamberg 2 and Mike Adams 1. that coming in the hit minuteon

when Winston Churchill was a stick like a golf club. An officer !-' Providence, R. I., Wilmington, Sunday.World. The embarrassing ritual took and drilled in two free throw Pitti led the Warriors with a jump shot by And)'.Sen-
pink cheeked war correspondent saw m. and asked me if I Del., Pittsfield Man, and both place at the high school gymnasium to push the Denison club aheadto 7, Jim Cason and Johnny lion. Going Into the final pen
could build a course. Being a Hutchinson and Zarah Kin Wrestling under the guise of basketball at ay. The high scoring forward Strickland got 4 each, Steve lod the Warriors were down 11.
At IT, Clark Is the only en brash young man X laid cer ,, Then, in 1914, he went to the contest which saw the tallied an liven of theSouthmen'a Cantu 3, and Roger Harrison 2. points 2413. They picked'up
trait in the IS-and-over devil tainly I could." new Blue Hills Country Club In Doubles Match Denison Rebel eighth and ninth polnti in the last In the ninth grade encounter four of that to lose by seven.
Ion and thus assured of winninga Tom cut tin cupi out of bully Kansas City and was the head grade teams bang out victories Denlson repeated an earlier Rebel Van Zant tank four char.

medalHe beef cam and, with a force of pro there until 1946.Slammer Set For Armory worth Polk oounty Junior cage I Box Score I non-conference victory over the ity tones In the fading moments
saute one in his pocket natives chopped a nine hole titles The Reb eighth graders Tribe but the point difference to keep the Denlaon:csg:

ai a good luck piece It is the course into the veldt. Th hai- f Wrestling will feature 601- pounded out a 24-20 triumph in DEMHOIt: de H N tp In the two garnet was considerably ere out of trouble.
Victoria Medal presented to ands were giant anthllla and pound Hayrtackf Calhoun and the first game and the ninth Rlrhard HHeheock: a a I II different The Rebela One or the surprises of the
him by the queen after he dusty gullies.When midgets weighing in at around graders come on to cop the mil tarry Oiborne 0 a 0 I 0 0 ran away with the first meeting game was Westwood guard and, ,
Iwrerenfla I T
served with distinction in the he "finished up" In the Posts 100 pounds at the National nightcap 3124. Tommy Hart 1044 ( 4S24. captain Judd Sealy played! ,
Transvaal and at Natal duringthe army, Tom received a letter Guard Armory tomorrow night The win boosted the ninth Tony Via Zint 14 I I In last night', contest Denl- over three quarter of the contest
British fracas with the I from a brother who war making Promoter Cowboy Luttrall grade conference record to 1-0. Tommy Richard: : Woolery King':: gIg t } ion Jumped off to a 102 leadat after being Injured early
African farmers in 1899 The eighth graders posted the end of the tint quarter In the week. Twice in the
South golf clubs In Boston The has signed the genial Calhoun an "' fouJttlvt:
his bitch with th. Durban (67 In Opening and Cowboy Bob Eels of Tense 1-1 mark the only lost a Totals 10111151 behind four polnti by Richard period he sale the ball.-ana( -
Light Infantry actually helped for a world title match against "couldn't do anything right"affair w'aeTw'oon 't p: 1 Hitchcock and a like amount by dashed in for layupi.Denlion .
get him started in golf Wee champions Brute Bernard and to Lakeland Southwest.In J.mlr aoniloaJudd HlthtewerAndy 5 Tony Van Zint Hitchcock add. will put their, per
Tom caddied ai a lad in his BOWLING Skull Murphy the eighth grade tilt the : 8*.:ly : f : 'l ed four more in the second feet record on the line..OM,.
native Montrose, Scotland but Round Of PGAPALM Midgets Lord Llttlebrook and Indiana made one of their beat Unit Mark HrUndonSt.ve VII..-.. 0010 0 quarter and Larry Swearefigln more time this year. Tuesday,
at 21 signed on a freighter de- CYFBEia Moots: LEACH: Beau Brummel will also lee ac efforts in trying to itlmle the Alrxend.r f t f netted three aa the Southmen at 2 p.m. they will play Auburn-
L in event. Little.brook Southmen'i championship bid fit : g I 0RkI..rl maintained an eight point leadat dale at the Bloodhound gym In;
tion a team ohntr.11
CJT Gds La. Bneek Bar II 4 e .
Winter Bares Laundry II 4Lyprm BEACH GARDENS, will be nacked by Tim Trailing by 11 points In the sec halflme 17.4.Organirstian a non league engagement, The
Junior Nesters Gardens WaN II 4 Fla. (UPI) Ai everybody expected Woods, former' NCAA wrestlingstar ond quarter they worked back Totals 1 5 IC 1/:/ was no tic ably Rebels edged past AuburndnU' ,
Hand.Butcher Hardware Boy 14'J4 a field of more than 400 and ex.Big Tea champion to notch the score at 1717 ear floss.. 1o-t:;l:t1tw..twed : lack'ng' in the Weatwood oftenalve 2422 In a one overtime periodtest ,
Meet Tomorrow Moo e T.irn No' 14 I 11Btnjnr players chased Slammln' Sammy Brummel will team with frank ly in the fourth period. West- Lt e-H/ attack and excellent r'i. In the first meeting;
S'wln( Machine. I ItCroween bead into the second roundof Valoia of France.Hlro .n.I .
rrtnllna T IIVeld
The Winter Haven Junior
DclrlM T a the PGA Senior golf championship Matsuda of Japan one
Team Club will meet tomorrow Rainbow Boat sole" I aHOOM today of the toughest wrestlers to
morning' at 4 o'clock: at the MOOM Team Teem No.No., S 11 I I 1.ISOllmor Slammln' Sam breezed 11 step Into the National Guard
Gvto Center. FontlM li 14'* holes in a cart in the opening ring, will ake on Don Cutrii of
All member are urged to attend MOOM C/p. Team Gds t: 14 Crick Bar sty I It1 481V01 ;, round although at 61 he still Buffalo, of sleeper hold fame.In r I
and register for next D. P. Ewinelll: lot J. Mont itridei with the best of them the opener of the National I I I 4 s '.:.' "
week's club tournament. 111 ... Hand* Hardware 1 .77Ut and at the end of nil journeyover Guard sponsored program, CIIARANCI
>>61 M. Bchmldt 111 141.Blenr .
Sump Machlae I 421 the tougher East course Ricky Romero. a popular Latin- ,
192 14 Farrow lea tit ra V41daDude. at the National PGA Golf American star will meet Joe
SATURDAY 4 470 1171 D. Kirkland 177 Course be led by one stroke McCarthy of Tiger Town Tenn.

0 111Crmrenn. Prtntlnf 1 "* 131 P. with a five under par 34-47.. With prospects of a sellout
8:30 P.M. ".pl.. IM IM ... MOOM Team No. Sam blasted par on the longer fans are advised to purchase
0 I C I,447 pr.. .1M4. Gard.ru J. H Thoma Unti 111 4 467.tlT 6,000-yard course while Duke ticket in advance at Ton)"'.
::; WrestlingWINTER 1&21 D. Mauls' 104 J Wagner ill Gibson of Kansas City and Pharmacy or pbon CY 13344
M.... Malnur MOOM Turn IM 481Butrh.r Me.. 14 a 461 1UO Johnny Hoer a 60.year-ofd veteran for reiervatloni. usrdow .
-Boy 4 tut 14JO I, Kn.pp from Orwlgburg Pi.
1U E: WliMfna 411 ... MOOM _ire shooting 6S's; on the easierI,310yard
Turn No. 19 O''molt.1lambow Swim Clinic
Goal Bum 4 4N 1MT I.WMTtr :. Wilt course in the
HAVEN Ml 492 ... MONO Tram No. four-day chase for the Teach.

U0a.41101Da.nwtte7ill.Gtlawre C Pontes' 0 forfeit .... era Trophy.Art Slated In TampaThe
Winter He.. laundry 4 460 1440O Fisher of Cincinnati also
4 lOUTS ARMORY Junk Ul ds5arOaraMAw'e played the easier West course third annual Competitive UP TO

a For a 69 So the closest scores Swimming and Diving Clinic a GOOD USID TIRESwkltewolls -. '

2 TAG TEAM MATCHESILLi LEAN r. on the tougher East course will be held at Robinson High 3 0 blexkwaili, most sizes $488 1
Armour, *. W. !''re, 1 ID II'5L were the TO'i fashioned by Wilt School in Tampa tomorrow Pint eome, first served ? ... .. es 'low ese
uuX01. 11''i .'i Kozak of Convent N.J.; Bud with registration between 12:30: OFF
1 wlft Co 10' Williamson of Lincoln Neb, and 1 p.m. in the cafeteria.
Ine Darin Mm Wear Ibright 7 and Cecil Harris of Riverside, The clinic sponsored by the NEW UD5-ntrtocl..1
Auburndale Eltctrto: ,.,.*.., e'I Calif. Robinson athletic department aMM4J Hra bed;.. or vow eWi tfrti.SptcM $788
\ Armour Co. Nag T : Today Snead goes onto the will begin at 1 o'clock and hit All tim tnly ..a... es fete KC
\ Polk; Nur.rjr t West course for his second until S. The last part of the
Bade Product I n
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Voids.."Dabs, am aerteet Auburedalerr.1..r 1 IIII. b. in shape for a romp duringthe I lay Boys Club pool. Alt-We4jtker 42 with J-T Nylon $988
J34SHlth two final rounds, when the Nine speakers hive been ONLY New "Nt-llmlt" 0.ornree. M low es
LM UrHefcree Does IraiMwltf foam ramel' Armour andCompany field ii cut to the low 100 for lined up to talk with the group GOODYEAR plus tn sad ear, tIre
a m With No. I 054gblndlrldual.irl.st. W. OralUtllgb Saturday and Sunday rounds and answer questions. Over ,

Tin Weed, Frmk Vets over the more difficult lilt 200 persona ire expected to at- TIKIS H Vl a WHITEWALL lARSAINS-fcttt buys ;
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FLOOR Samples. Bofaa, chain, table
/ PRICEat WHITE. alngls ) Repairs Alterations AUTO SERVICE *. lamps, *tc. II 00 up.
East:wanted of Uk to live'.at Bill Ward's Term Warehouse Furniture Sale. ((12-CJ) Mortgage Loans
62 lib St.. NW.
house work A Our _13-2
1NU. No rental u During Special ALTERATIONS REPAIRS -DODGEAuthorized !
plow caU Mr. Florida Room. Aluminum Dla. HAVWOOD and Wakefleld bamboo I 'f11l111l11l111l1ll111111l111l11l1l1l1111l1.4Mortgage !
: count Bale Co. Inc. CY 3-4584. Factory Service OB furniture
room Dlnlni -
JuJteM'ACOTTAGE 1961 CHEVROLET IMPALA 231 ttb St., IW. 13-Mar. 13 In"t with I chairs, buffet an 5 5 Loansl i
ROUTE: SALESMAN 6thAnniversary Convertible. Blue with blue Chrysler, Plymouth dance botch to match Alto mile, 1325

SHOP pany J4 to.benefits SO m .: : interior, power steering. WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL Valiant Uk Otis 1>1'. IIC. 11-3 | Up To 25 Years f

dent and Health power brakei radio healer .

(60 Cypress Garden Road ply Drive Borden. Lakeland.Dairy whitewall tirei. FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS (10-A) Both & Motors n you'll be pleased =

Open ( A.M. 'til 7 P.M. CHAIRS for rent AIM 221 Sixth St., SVT 293410UPHOLSTERING :: with the prompt, courteous =
Bed, Crutch. Wall '
LOOK Hospital 11-11.. 17
EXPERIENCED $1,895 era 11.m7'I.'iycodl" 'a Rental*. SAILBOATS Sunfish, Ball II.". :: service
35. Must be neaL CY NW. 1S-TF 14 ft fiberglass,' racing claaa J :: u compare the closing s

Antkius and CLOCK modom.KEPAIB Wont roar.anlopd son NW, Che. .. !/ PinckneyOldsmobile Blackman. dealer. 29M4M. 133I i = costs. 5

for 12 mnnth. PICK-UP ALUMINUMBCREEN FOR BALI!: Boat LIIL Best ofIcr. .
DELIVERY M F. Oreen 1S35rlrfa SERVICE: STATION CY 1-1175. 21-2. savings and loan type

00 p"m N. weekday E Open t :I'd 3 v 00 weekends P.mI -. servicing young man tires, fairly FINE UPHOUSTERENO!: EX. financing;, Insurance company z
.CY stlons elo. Must be (I I-A For Rent Unf. E or Ins
willing to work to Roadster5 Clean. ALUMINUM DISCOUNT fabric selection. WOLFS UPHOLSTERY ) ,
FIRtSTONE: STORES.PART Corner of 3rd St. at the SALES CO. IMC. CY 1464 2816th SHOP 214 Avenu A, E aured loans whatever a
Only ............... |2 395
St., SW. U-Mar. 11 SE. CY -2710 Da.NllhL your needs, see =
YOUR TIME: cashier water tower. 22-Feb. 32 I-BEDROOV CB boom for renMM .
II Nova
Apply In person Sport Phone CT M847 NB< 4tk St. $7800 month2842H33. Town & Country |
CHOICE p.m. S.00 p m.: ( : :: ; Coupe, Auto. Trtni., .211M1 HEARING AIDS 2J-T
100 P.m. Sundown Power Steering Power Piano &
Tuning RepairExperience
Mortgage Corp. E
only Brakes 3-BEDROOM: unnimlehad home. anapartment
Heater *. 18600 and -
HOI'SICKFEPri' Solid Red. Good Buy. $179 PLYMOUTH 4 D,. I CyL, POLK HEARING CENTER: : Also furnished rentala. 15500 ATKINI 277 Magnolia CY 3-1141 |
AT. ............._ 1095
Room and board beater $ Coker Bldg M Ird BL, NW REAL
$9.95 ESTATE, CY 4-1111
: graduate technIcian.Satisfaction
110.00 salary per CHEVY II 4 DR. Ml DODGE 4-Dr, Auto Phone 283-1612 17-Mar. 11 E 18TF I
man around 40 year Trana. ..... .. .. ........... ._...... 19" BALLS SERVICE guaranteed FREE: :;
Phone CY 3-5483 503 Std. Shift. Cool light '11111I11111111111111111111111111111111I
ESTIMATES. For appolntmen
Any told wave I ions CHEVROLET Impala. HT REPAIRS BATTUUES

WH. Turquoise, Only ,.. $12'5 V-l .__,.... ........................ 189MM .Tr phone 294-1895. Donald R Jones SOUTHEAST spacious Modern, It.l'fa
": In stock up to CHEVROLET 4 Dr. BelAIrI DODGE H ton Pick-up ? 1175 1388 Utb Bt, NW. 27.Ftb.:15 Parquet b.drnnm floor homo, brick en fireplace cornerlot ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

HAMMOND'S ISED CARS VACUUM CLEANERPARTS oil heat, rloie to echooli I Lean';
$25. CyL. Air Cond., Radio 2460 Ava E. SW. Winter Haven only (100 month. Buprlna. Cy
!nn. Cooper Heater, Auto Tram. $1795 CY I-M64 Day CY 1-1601 Horn ImprovementsPainting 1-7211. 1.-<11 SPECIALIDEAL
since wi are morlnt In t weeks 14-20 SERVICE for Klrby
to the new Bout brent ShoppingCenter leading Pelt CHEVROLET 4 Dr. Hoover Electroluz and all other. 2-BEDROOM apartment Privet RETIREMENT
we prefer not to move our Sta. Wagon, Std. Shift, ALUMINUM and metal. camper for. Traa pickup, delivery and estimate WIndows & ScrssnRepair bath. wired for electric or (a.. HOMES
preeent stockCountry ganiiation. I Cyl., Air Condo all' pick-up CY truck 3-7787.* $195.00 canh.Telephone 21-2i REYNOLDS VACUUM Carpentry .. Water rurnlahed. $2800 month 615 2 bedrooms 1 baths, kitchen .
experience CLEANER: IRRVICL. Phon.CT FREE: ESTIMATES. Jack E. P. SW. 'I."
Club Beauty Salon Only ... ............. $1715 Ml MERCURY Comet Button Wa- 1-0388. I-liar. I After I:00 p m. XMttl o'li Florida room k. dining
necessary. FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO located
area. Ideally on .
161) .Dundee Rd. CY 3-1639 iron 4-dnor Deluxe Standard shift BUY l-Bedroom. 1-be.th house e
neat appearance CHEVROLET Blscayae radio, new tires. Excellent condl- with OE! bullt-lna. 88000 per AVE. 8, NW STATELY OAKS
and willingness 4 Dr., I Cyl., Auto. Trim., tlon. SACRIFICE 3W500. lOt 2nd CLOTHINGLADIES TREE SERVICE month with 60* a plied against
advance Air Con d., Only $17'5 St Jan-PhyL 20-23 down payment MCELROY BIJ1LDENS. -
KEEP aemceman hi touch 394-4264. ll-T
with all the Hometown News by organiiation. lIT)! COURT N.E. BUCKEYE
eeniflnn him the Winter Haven I CHEVROLET Dr. BelAIr this I I. Newt TRIMMING. CAVrrr DEMOBSINO. BILLS REASONABLE EX.
Dally NewChlef Special rates tive pay I Sta. Wagon. Auto. Tram. Do you hays nice clothe youcant CABLING RE-BETTINO. ((12)) For Rent Furn.
I nwnthi 12.30. Call CY 1-211 now. Broad wear? Well don't despalrl Complete rleaiwip. Fre Estimate. CELLENT FINANCING
program i Air Cond. Good Buy (Open Boon)
ploy. banefiti. Only ..,............. $1715 THE ENCORE SHOP In theThrlftwy M33. U-Mar. U
Next to Norg Village
35. Only Shopping I CenterOr Can Wallace Tucker e
withstand CHEVROLET 4 Dr. BelAIr Call CYprea H405 EXCLUSIVE
for yottJIRA can I Cyl., Auto. Tram. >>21 Painting Papering i B CYJM91
..: BOCI It KERAFaihhm Investigation Air Cond. RENTALS
Only ,.,, $1595 Repairing
War For DAY NURSERY Tucker Builders
Telephone CY CHEVROLET Blicayoe 1960 DODGE Phoenix V8, 4 Dr. I 1 I bedroom fur,. henna, extra

Permanent 4 Dr., I Cyl., Auto. Trim., Sd. PS., R&H, factory air I. J. McCOY Quality workmanship nlcei
Radio, heater Good HAPPY TIME: NURSERY clean and Furnished apartmentj 1 A I bedrooms. -
cond local low fait reason 20-M t
withKerprotein Buy, Only .......... $15 owner, 430 An. C B. able. Phona CY 14680. 'Ul 4tk -
mileage. CY S-S3B7 Street Jan-Phyl VW.... IT-W
((3)) Situation CHEVROLET Dr. OUR MOTTO I I bedroom hems 1100 PLAY eourNew
1959 PLYMOUTH Fury V8 4 I Tender Love Car I I bedroom I Mill borne, r.. Very handy whoa poe : -' ii
additive Impala Hardtop Dr. Sd. PS., R&H, torque I 36TIJACK TELEVISION REPAIRS room i S9e 750 AVENUE: N. ,. :
'OLVIIf MI t Cyl., PowergUde clean. 4 I bedroom Unf. 116 MEDALUON: HOME with I
lute trans., extra A JILL NURSERY
Will keep Power Steering. bedrooms, m bath AU lectrle
week ..to"yr H52 : Month I Years (ElBEASLET kitchen collin, heat, large rearacreened
$12.50 Only ,...............-.'flS8S 1957 CHEVROLET BelAIr VI, 2 Monday thru Saturday JORDAN'S TV SALES SERVICE porch. Sodded front lawn]
Dr. PowergUde, radio. 131 Av*. C 5.B.CY NORTH GATE! SHOPPINCI REALTY CO. with underground Irrtfatlon. Large
PONTIAC 4 Dr., Air 3-1852 CENTER: noi 1W lot Fries only (13.600..V)0 .
o.t'I k'Lep" (5)[ ) House Real clean. a.. ( >
out of spring with anew Conditioned Me -TF Phone M3-8M3 en t, w : down and w. pap closing
farhlon coiffure 1(8) FASTEST TV SERVICE SOOT CT 3-5731 so cT: 55015UTI .
Car, Only ....s..... $109 1956 CHEVROLET BelAIr 1-11 OPEN!: riTDAY I .. ( P.M.PASRISCOIONAIT )
1UM Havendale CT 9-7411 Shore Mobile Village. Hardtop Auto. Tram. real sharp. DAO.V ..:111'18111.: Beach and boat apartment Living room M boo 327 Third Bt, SW tVoltlffl
Lake Alfred 30TIRetirement
room, electric" kitchen, bath Furnace
Clean. Only ........ $695 1961 CHRYSLER Newport 4 BUY SELL: TRADE sny- orra BESCLT heat DUIlties {mulshedPhona .
MOBILE thIng of value GOPHER HOLD TIT rat LOW con CY 3-60S1. 11-<11
CLASSIFIED NEW USED TRA1I CHEVROLET 4 Dr. Dr. PS., PB., Extra clean SWAP SHOP, Ul. 17 kettle. Lake
Trade for anything I CY 34967. Zl-Mar. 22 CBTICB: MBKCTOKT FIRST FLOOR Apartment Walking
= : TRAILER SPACE FOR : Sta. Wagon, Auto. Tram., distance U town lake Clea
- -
Roberts - -
2eveq& PARK CYPRESS* TRAILER Good Buy Only .... $715 Floyd r- and quiet. Adulta pl..... .41 AvB ..
____ I STATE: RD. MO. : Homes
I M-sauM.njaj... I BUICK 4 Dr. Sedan .
Two bedroom
Business ((10)I ) Articles For Sale' fur.nlshed
OMllry Wetk *.*1 24 R Furnished and swirl Only II..'........... $59 "Dodge Dealer ((9)) OpportunityEAT dlata possession apartment, on eloee-ln aeaennal Imme-e' IN BEAUTIFULGARDEN

Jewelry ..,.., Adama Toilet Trailer Park,r U :: OLDS. 4 Dr. Hardtop "'V." 221 Ith St, SW CY 3-4101 year round basis Call at 2U 4 Ave

d... Fully Equipped. 21-23 WELL AND Visit Our Used A. NB. PheIn.28H370. 11-TJ

37.35cr.. 17 FOR SALE-- -: Clean Only ........ $51 BE TOUR OWN BOSS ONE Newly Ceooraied furnished

trailer and cabana SPEEDOMETER: : !: TachometerComplete apartment 213 Avenu B, SB GROVENEAR
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS See James Wllllami PLYMOUTH Dr. service and new cables.: 4000.00 down. Nice supermarket CY -1001. 17-Tf

Meetlnii-Tuesday.204-1447 -5:13: P M. Trailer Park Hardtop Only .. .... $345 C1'L *4-4M3.J Bervlc*. 1S& ttb St.. I-TI SW; fully I stocked and MerchandiseDepartment LAKE! ALFRED Rico clean CYPRESS GARDENS

County Health I Department equipped lana apartment Sin/ 00 to IM.no
3rd St and Av*. fa, NW & HUDSON 4 Dr. Sedan month for 3 to 4 adulli, includes all MODELS OPEN DAILY
P.O. Bun lOll [ ) Moving Air Cond.. Fully Equipped MS FORD (42S Firm. (30 22nd STROUT REALTY utllltlea and Use el laundry bulbs
FR 3-14 a 23-TI Just one-half tnila
Clean. Only .. ........ $591 St., SW. 21-3, .
... East of
IMPERIAL MOVTNfl .hlt Ml** CY: 3-M2S FURNISHED apartments. 2-bed Cypress Gardens oa

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Prompt and efficient FORD 4 Door Sodas BY OWNER: 1M2 OldsmobIle "50" Many good appliances TV's room upper. I&500 per month. State Road 540 ..

your movtni Standard Shift ....... $445 hardtop new tire radio air. 20,21&24 radios, stereos etc. Repos. and -bedroom lower, 150 00. (S3 Ave
LET US M184 for free conditioned Only 14000 mile. New trade.Ina Out of this world 5 I. NW. 21-2' JOHN G. WOOD
for Atlas .
Van Sedia %IS condition. Must acrlflc 3200Y FOR SALE!, Used Grocery and ON EAGLE LAKE: 2 .
I.n...In, all H ".t... FORD 2 Dr. .. $ 3-3827.: 31-24 prices e block bouses.water
YOU la the seat
put party Meat Market Equipment Late furnished, Crystal Beach &
model, ...... ..., ASSOC., Inc.
the next time you feel PLYMOUTH t Dr. refrigeration .r display case c.meat. .. r.drink Terms as low as tl.H Week trlvlleg mi. ** 11300 weekly. CaI1CY>>23REDEC'ORATED

like doing the town! ((6)). Special Sedan ............... $1'5 r wxea, meat saw food chopper, Developers Builders
ash register and adding marhlne.ee 1-bedronm apartment -
MERCURY Dr. Sedan s.. Refrigeration and Electric G./iua at 21014 2nd St., NE. Adult m-Z517 none 2tl.1301
.THE PLACE. CUSTOM MADE ""Ir.. Mr. JIm LnIoy, A venue"K' pl..... Owner CY "- 111. It-TF 15-It
Good .. Pl5
Buy. Only .. and Sixth Street. 8W. 21-24
of course Is the Frolic Room ALTERATIONS modern SERVICE STORE FURNISHED I bedroom dupl s FREE DREAM VACATION .
equipment .
Lounge at LaMond's SteakHouse NW. CY I-7U OLDS. '95" 4 Dr. Sedan MOTEL 13 unit, ( yean old. apartment Inquire at 113 Ith Bt. YES! Sara enough on the pur-
370000 315.000 down. Ben Location 21T Ave A, NW CY I-HIS Eloise or call 2H-4344.: 21-2( has* of this .beautiful S-bedronm
the most elegantIn Schouer. Clean, Only .......... $395 burn.
In Winter Havu. CY 3-SJT9. 20-25 complet with 3 tile bath
Polk County. WANTED Lawn -TF FURNISHED! Rental Beasnna large It., air conditioned I paneled
BUICK 4 Dr. Sedan t year roundFALTY. ATHERTO honda mom and dining room.
Work. Nothing too RENT with an option to buy. a new
CTHERE'LLBE *. amall ERckiE up IR" Drivel Good, Only ,, $19 AMERICAN elabllshed OIL Service business Stalinwilb for KITCHENAID. Call portable ELLSWORTHAPPUANCbS dlehwashr : '- 4-32M. *43 W Central Ave 29TINEW CY Plenty: of closets ground and with stnrsse lakeriew.space.Jindsctped :

-Inc and Lynchburg Rd. FR 2-1 : 2S3-1MO.: 14-21 lust b* _n. Original price US too.Iffered .
Friday Saturday Truck sal*. 200 3rd St, SW. CY 3-Otm WARM lakeside apartmi. now bv owner for 314 Sno
nights to live music. INCOME: TAX ) Buys J.1Hr i ROOMS of fbi furniture. Tabs Ideal for tourists. Corner of LabsHoward. Only 32 HO dow.. Phon HA 2-4U2
Let us spill your favorite fice or your borne over payments of W.W per week.. .lahs.T70 Avenue D SW Viewf i liaise. City. 1S-2S
t cocktail at your table or at 372-104B.ment 13 00 up ;: FORD H Ton Pick-Up r 10)) Articles For Sal. Including refrigerator A range wlnrford.two BUNPECK. Glenn 21-44 L.
the CyL, Good Buy i Like new Warehouse FurnitureSales

bar. Winter Haven" .. ............. S49S 52 4th St. NW. 18-34 TRAILER 1 man only. 11000U.r'H ConvenienceAnd

All lypea WITH purchase of Blue Luetre. BEAUTIFUL blond console TV. SF'senses. week Sierra Court Motel
WE OFFER Residential ...' tt ton SUIS Jerry Pickard'sSpecial rent Electric: Carpet Shampooer 1100 00. CT 1-ttiH. 3O-D IT North. 14-TF Pride
the finest Satisfaction for II 00 per day. John fiolandHardware.
of foods and a FOR FoNT e69rlesc. .
Drawn Bldg. tt to. 200<11 Quality reconditioned men' work
light you'll long remember. uniforms. Not prs-psck.eed. S.. U'TlL 21-2. You'll be '
proud to say 1thI.is .
.. %45
Pick-up, Only ,.. $ what you but'. All sin.. and mine.I
Reservations Suggested ALTERATIONS (5( PONTIAC CATALINA ROLLA WAY BEDS Baby Bed at 10) per suit. $ Arise. Ave.Auhurndslo. my home". In addition
tt to. Uuihchir Chain Saw Across llt Conlinen151 : OHIO BECALLED to prestige and pride of
; *Ne Cover *No Minimum dren and Men. Convertible, power steerIng .
In. ....t.... etc. ........ S24S Floor Polisher V. DO ITENTALS. Can Co. U.Tr ownership, the new owner
Look for the flamlH caudle 171 Bouna Vista Dr. : Only .. power brakes radio, 2603 Av*. O. NW. 29TIWRITE the tenant after one week
will be
buying a wellplanned
heater, automatic transmission TYPEWRITER electric addingSnchin.
white with black: .. 1 HP pump 3 ph.... 1 HP SO home within walking
laMOND'SSTEAK Winter Haven Floor Lace Wedding Down balrlna pump 1 phase commercial vacuum
Satisfaction ( .... top. Black fc white Interior length I tiered skirt .1.. cleaner, bench: saw and Joiner CY The fur. efficiency in the distance to North Gate
L. A. 04. Call: after I 20 p.m. WO t.3317Auburndale. 3-S04L 21-17 Shopping Center and many
: HOUSE Sll I FIrst St. PIK.. 3133dRUBBER icaranda Apta. ia again avail churches. Features include
LOOK $1,195 .
......... abl.
Single lady on yearly ba-
191i'Cypress Gardens Boat CENTER STAMPS For chick 2 large bedrooms, Florida
CY J-M2J EVA THOMPSON endorsement al matur* PRINTING LEXICONNO. SI t preferred. Call CY S-4114 to room covered patio. 2Vi
SERVICE Income PhickneyOldsmobile other purpose also dating see. 19-23 baths, closed beautifully .
rT ,
CY 4-1140. I1U Ava. ..amp seals pocket
ItJI Winter Have ".Tip* STAR PRESS Ibm CT I: PUT BEDROOM.. IS bath partly furshed. landscsped lawa
3:29.. lOt AY. A. NW. TIDry tHSUO a month. Will allowof with underground Irrigation .
7-2117 CY Mitt Used Car Lot SometImes ,.,... <. an son of rent .. down payment onurdue
I-A ((6-A) Animal & inej dee N.. 7)) hoC I In price drapes range, refrigerator
) Instructions Corner of 3rd St., SW at the Diadax Tablet formerly DenADint. Ke.. tl", .. term ,U five* t.litht..itht ID OAR T onH 1lli'L automatic washer
) New nam urns formia.Only ESTATE. CT S-MX 20-22 and many other appointments -
@ fist netel, tlit
).. water tower. .So. Anderson 1>nIr. >>aa
rO5 ill type of buslnee* courses, THREE male.. ens :: Phone CT HUT clod fr rremferrln* ,mugs HOUSE: furnished. ( room and found only in the
m*>nrlnc IB SwntaruU, AccountInf. registered red Dachi. FOR SALE: 33" gaa rang 06srburners t. aster so .* .<(,*' press bath Water furnished 31000eek. a most desirable properties.

WINTER. Typing. IBM .keypunch, rail .plea.ee them Fins at featurea Mot Hlckc 20-21 -21- 310000.and CT a grill 3-1M4.Flv monthsd. 31-23 ills the Newt-Chief b eecrsntly ) E.: Call CY -M43.. M Av 21-24. O, Total price is only 821.5*

HAVEN: BUSINESS 2-7830. tntlaltina. Shown only by appointment
COLLHCE.: 2H-31M, or come by at- I ROOK eottag.. 3B4S Av .
fici.j2Av.nu* B, NW. SK-Feb. 23 (8-A) Business PropertyFOR tillED REFR1RERATORI: : . North side of Uk Blu**.S Water NW.
To PRIVATE OWNER 1SS7 Rang Washer Dryr* furnished. N* pt* MU 3742rURVlSHED .
(7)) Buy or Estate Wagon Freeier TV Seta Stereo
Riviera Air Conditioners Recondoned > 1..21 LEIS BROS.
2)V) Help Wanted good condition throughout RENT: : Office spare or small
.. fully guaranteed Terms.From 1 .bedroom
: ,. muffler points plug storK Next to Morrison. Con.tral apartrnnt. REALTORS
WE BUY need 33315: V",. JOHNSON .
., air conditioned An. CY -27D3, 20-23 LIpctrM: kitchen game
AUTOlffiBILE allure and wa sell : llil.Ji' eye glase.' Rood APPUANCKS Lake Alfred aundry room Ground floor Near UM Shill St., !NW
: mechanla for Me of ee and furniture Braoka perfect. Must Phon 372-1123 NltM 37315901STF! North Cnta Adult CY .712. RaIl
Polk.' County leading service de-! Furnlt...... 2(61 rhUr' b for flnan- (OppMtte. Nartk Gate)
,oilmen. Only experienced need ........ Can lie sees at Ran ((9)) Business Opportunity FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED 2MI1I7Eve.
pply Excellent working eondt- Auto Sale In Lake Alfred FOR QUICK SALE MOVING FICIFNCIKS and IV BfcDROOMS. -
'Ion* plus employe .benefit. Co. CASK FOR Iteonr Phllllpe at John- :2-bedroom. suite.. O k.. wanher.ova. Nice Ian airy room A Su. 2M-2S5
art Bob Wlndham. Service Mir, FRUIT On Ire. or Appluuc, Lak AUnd. FR FOR 8ALK Body Shoo, Eaulnmcnt refrigerator. Other misc. ll 24-322 Conveniently located In Old Portal
Cnevrulet C nt., or call CY 3-3143. I conned Dealer 11II-<11 With ,_ Phase Auburn- ems. Very good condition. Very i. = : : j Building.. Call CY KSM *r CY
11II-<11 3-4736 altar i.og pm. dale WO 1-UX. XHf nuooabl CY S-77U. 20-M. 5-4113. Mr -

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(((13)) Real btats. For Sale ''13)) Real Estat For Sal. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale (14( -A) Lots & Acr.age A g14ovn fUUlC75 Wlll ENl i i !- It



Modern I BR CB home must DOW alone In his extra apacloua 104' on Lake Alfred, Furnlnhed Lake Pierce Improved r
t>e told. Beautiful letting In a two bedroom EEAtraaer
ctoie-in furnished bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room pasture with canal and crossed
food neighborhood Large home with the moat modern large living room, birch ublll-
rooms Central beat fc A/C. means of storage fence with houae Priced to sell
heating cooling, and eta, built In oven. Extra -
Good financing. $19,500 1002 luxurioui living, wants s buy room, utility room, term with Terms .
Avenue G, NE.EDNA er. to floora ceiling heat, sea -SEE-

SeeVAN wall, sprinkler system
Beat ft Motor Dock
REALTOR Real Estate & Ins. REALTOR sore AYL/6if Awr r 111'1-0)14 lLyTAy1 fyACWBR RKA'f. eelr2L ,MAN,1 kOT
13 tth st., NW CT 41141HAFNES KM Pent Ave. Lake Alfred nvr.rnA' duArnr2t eEHrwpRVlrr1 AN/ Ygp dTRAAgefRI, ENO NNtYAT rw+o Awrnp,
ITS W. Central ZI3-4U4 Office 239-A 3rd St, S.W. anus 4HNTtR? frrt 1A+apuAaA2a4nau HLR1Gmr.wo

o4t- Owner Occupied Phone CY 4-2444 tIJ NORfl1 p!
(Est U2t (ba Winter Haven) 11-20

CITY, I room reddens, 30-23 III
tuceo above m I hollow ear farad til. and Lot I room 100'w $100 DOWN Deep well, electricity, ham, eltrue 6z
100' or consider trade for cltrui A real GOOD offer seldom a 1 4 f BR. CB Homes BrreraL 111.100,
II'OY' 1'. G. 8670 N. Hardlnl, Chage /- BETTER one presented you will CHARLES Mc<'ONIC. Reg Broker C. F. OMT Kef Broker tIJI
IlL 1061L >>-:11: grant this aa a BEST buy for a 18l-a&4I
modern 1-bedroom priced lea than 1..11 I3-M
appralaal U eerlwuly interested
inquire of owner at ::1&8. H Ime FOR BALD Illfl Bane Ana CHOICE RESIDENTIAL: LOT aCypress
FOR SALENeat I Road 8K 93-21 Modem. I bedroom komea Oardene Road Owes
t50 Down $50 per month will finance Call IW-30: 3i S-TF

bedroom home In NW BT OWNER Leu than me year CT a-OOia. TF NINE 10' x 13$' lots Alt en anal

aectlon. Complete In every detail old a-Bedroom. 1-baih. central LAKEFRONT IN TUB COUNTRY lead Into lake chats Ill.000. BY I
heat, air built-In kit. OWNER CY K4H.
Make offer conditioning bedroom 1-bath. CB home or your broker
me an .
rhen utility room. Close to new 1.lIar. 5Legal
Ill ft well for water system, workshop I
BE Shopping Center, For appointment -
and earpone. Large lot 100
FR 2-1509 I :a&MT. JO-M l 400 on private lake. Shown b,
appointment. $11000 GENE: C. 1 Advertising
COOPER Registered Broker, Lake
21.23 Alfred FR .1616. 1H1: OKAY, RICK- SUT / WHAT THE HECK ? rvisrfvouv R [5001 WITH IKiT// TRY
BC LAKE ALFREDbedroom.. bedroom I bath home 40 IN THE COUNTY armors lt7T IET AfEw 'OU4EHIRy- AR( NANDIN THE fUIlD7Nl81 DIONITYlI
H> batha Florida room,, double Complete your retirement plans screened porch double carport.room Coca IN AND FOR FOLK ABOARDNEREI dUiT f0A U3i OOYERNMENi
carport, air conditioned lot 101 with this 2 br home Nice yard dock. West side lake Elntnn None COUNTY, FLORIDA + .Y A WNOIi CITY,? .ea.
I lor, 400 It from lake. Only with fruit treea. er Road. CY H7tO CY 5-OI6 7-TF IN RE:: ESTATE: or a r 'wlTI
$4M M down. Include all clotlngcnet. WILLIAM ROY FARJUNOTONDeceeae
.. You will lore ttt JOHN W 110 LARK ROT 011 Chain very
HENDERSON FR J-1M7. FR desirable locallon Lonl" ca hems. To All Creditor and Penwni HarIng -
nm. Lake Alfred Realty Co. It-It: $8900HCYPRES5 $t-badroom. t. Tile bathe. Eve' Claims or Demands Agalni
.pa Iou. Large wooded tot Bald ruin
and H. Owner will nil or leene
Air conditioned. CY $.?tI1. ia-31 You and each of you are hereby
STROUT REALTY notified to file la duplicate all
(jARDEN COZY HOUSE ON DINNER LAKE.! claims and demands which you
FURNISHED HOME Fireplace Heat have against the nuts el William
Furnlehed, $700'J."wo..r: : Roy Farrtngton deceased' In the /
Only $7800.00 Term. It required Hurt SOIL IM-aoil. HilFENSACOLA. office of Richard A. Broiuon, Coun-
$' !ZW1 t, Judge. at his office In the CourtHouse
LARGE LAKEFRONT HOME at Bartow Florida, wlthl
Tw bedroom with
t-Br'a. 1-bath. expanitr. ground WARREN Realtor large ......ened back porch Down Sin calendar montha tram February : rl14 .
many cltrue Croon extra rental SECKEL town Convenient all churches and T. MM which U the date of
cottage $3500 down, full prke hopping Large living and dining the tint publication of this notice.
$17500 -n- rooms Air conditioned bedroom. Each claim or demand muat "be In
Floor furnaces. Ga. range New writing. must elate the place ot
BEDROOM DOME 1 bedroom water heater Interior and trod| residence and port office addreee i01AOW Mow TtaP3 is QUIT MOMBNrw Ldrwe o50Tseaev
en I bllb and dry lots Bllullrun Practically retirement new home modern Close In. HAre newly refinished. Oak loon II E.LaRua !. of the claimant. must be sworn to TMANICAl0NR4ekl,,, lNIPM'6 TO AbuB WAY GaDIfrORKari117
Coat 111000. Bacrlflre and must "be filed aa aforewld, or STATION
and tor. ,1',800 . dreondilbner
C NE: Cell heat
1(1000 Some term Creel, 73tWoodmere alee aame will become void' 1bMSET G1.A101.Y1 .ROUYNT eRICKI R
Florida room built-In even A ) M R LAYIN0ITMl5pbPrAIJTy
Pr 47..21.21 Ruth F. Cooper
NICE HOME RENTAL APT., tore. $1].aoo for quick ..I.. 17-TF AdminietntrleSTRAUORN J ,

Dot to center at town. $11500 SELL FINANCE' OB 'TRADE SHARTT *
Equity 1-bednmm home with ex KALOCRIDIS. .
EXCELLENT PUPLEX LOVELY LARGE 1 Bedroom Spaal trai for lam tmller, cabana .Attya.3tia .
h Type home Cypress Oar Afternoon WO T-$771. il-M Magnolia 131 ..
run, furnlihed COM to center ot dens Ar..a. Florida Room Central Winter Haven Fla, i ..
town Only $11500 Earni $12)00) Heat $11100. CY $O01$. U-TF 2-BEDROOM. tll. bath" dining Attyi for Admlnlitratrll P +IIRJCI
per month room carport 1 ", ",hee. Nearhopping Feb. T. It 11 IS. UM
Wt-tmi KtUf CT WM .1. TAKE Vf MY PAYMENTS and 86110O.00. CY ma tin NOTICE: OF INTENTION' 'TO
more la one year old bedroom NAUR APPLICATION FOB
11 M CB hone, J 81? NW, CY *I411M I UNIT apartment (mine. In good FINAL DigrHABOB
condition For Ifflwioo! ant or IN RE:; ESTATE: OF
TRANSFERRED: : Owner mutt RECEIVE: TREE OLPSMOBTI d / 'l e k 111e
-::1'ho 1-bath ausodtlbned IAYE: SAVE RAVE: 1801 11th .t.. NE. CY 1..881.2' Te Ad Whom It.a C.ae..i: +Mfeeuy, I IR
1 : .. Large By Owner s-bedrmn built-in kit. Notice I. hereby gfrn that I
ehe.ry rooma eicellent nearby" then, dining area Urge living' have filed my final report aa Eo
rhoou and .tore. Low taxee. Lowdown room, carport.. Lot It, 1 UBouthweit REDUCED TO SELL cutrli of the estate ol Anita Da-
payment. lOll BUUnore Dr. Section. $MO on down ai. kin, deceaaed! that I have filed
CY S-MOL 11J7IDYLRWGE mme mortgage $1$,100. FjonJ9J24JJ my petition for final dlarharga, and
-: 4.Bedroom, air condition ft central that I will apply to the Hon Richard A MUt30lY bTp OUT UH-I'M 60RRV-I DON T VdIAT. TNI tDUe ION
beat Near new Cypress A. Branaon, County Judge ot /UR OPJA1LTOMORROWiWILL KNOW THB ANSWER TO A4 bHIMiCOULDHLr61R
VIEW LAKEFRONT 511 t09 Polk County. Florida, ce the tth BB HiRB FOR 1119 THAT t'><1i8TIpNlyOkIIN3.OUTpIR7YF -
a-bedroome Gardena a h o p p I n g center. lay of March 1M4 for approval ot 1011 ,
Low Down Payment porch. Large corner lot Will sacrifice the some and for final dticharge aa
OPEN HOUSE Florida room Executrix
of the of
eatate Anita I
and ones True lakefront for quick sale. t, i
| ,'50 built-In even Tallin. deeeaaedThla ,
road between home and e < R tO
no Ilk day Fehnury, Iced
n, orerall I lake. JOOtI South Lake Deer Dr. TERMS TO SUIT BUYER 11 x"b C, nine
U.tIII-V1-J.\.o--:. : t en,'double carports CY S-77I after 4 00 P JIll t-TF PRICE 124,000 Executrix of the ante
J 100 K. ft. overall. $10.WO. nf Anita Dakli Ate
Out lIa ftllllal. Bird turn right to Call CY 33712 BOBBY A. WFSa
Hit .. or Airport Rd. to lu paved P O. Box 1177Winter ro }
road< oo left or uO .. 2123I4AI Haven Fie,
Attorney at Law
CY3571S 1 ;; IIf Feh 7. 14 It M. 1M4

I-Mar. 16ON ( ) Lots & Acreage NOTICE OF rVTFXTION TO
Notice I. hereby glveg that the

Corner Wen LAKE Lake BOWABD Howard Dr. ft 1,000 ACRES undenlgned Intends tn regleter I
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Are. B. NW. a-bedroom. 1bath.Florida I- wI of Polk County, Florida purouant
room built-In kitchen 1- OF partureland Win divide to Chapter 70901' Laws of Florida -
carporte central heat air condi. lea Per Acre Acts of 1541 LaRisialure a emends :
tins -bedroom. irnlihed gueit cottage b y Chapter o 11ni- THIS 6PRAY THEN NW M
fishing I pier, boat lift FOR 121 ACRES 171 Per Acre de Acts of =ilOi1I. : !., the WL4 STATTRACTS '' TOKAJ.THEMTEOSPLY6pRAY
SALE BY OWNER-Occupant NO PRICED TO SELL Irtltloue I name, to-wlt, OorherHole DIEGIR sNOT'ilA.'FLRSTt) wITl4 i14x7
cloelng Cats M-M: VARNER REALTY Swap Shop, under which they saD NI rnu The 1+0115!: A 5l1nTTER
$13,500 are ennaned In bunlneae on Hwy. MIIRJ/ERSTOII I :.
14 tth St., NW CY 3-8454 17 In Eagle Lake FlaLaran Dd poesN'T K LKI. ( ? 9
Would You Pay A and A. Suiaime White r
Ure*, Class IMF Feb. 14, 11. M, March 1. IM4 C"L1ES 1C

$65.00 a Monthfor 4-SUITI APARTMINT I

s 3 bedroom, 2 bath home,
with terrazzo floors, cell heat Will *lM- -

It large carport on !large lot? GENE COOPER Fii I !y y'V

One of the beat Northwest locations

In Winter Haven. U 10, ojarafoej IrekefLote

call 293.(761 for appointment to Alfred 17MI1I 1 1

see It. Owner needs to sell

now. 1*.23IN 2024


LAKE: ALFRED: l-Bedroom, A home of nreetige and dignity Bscellent
1 bath CB horn.. Built.In OEkitchen condition One owner property
Inerectloa In-
completely rUr.I.: : d ewlu-with. Tiled offers/ tans wanted. Will take I
nearly new an ,mail boas ai down payment I READER
Ive neighborhood A BARGAIN Garaie apanmenta rear el !d.
ala 000 Other a-bedroom. 1- Out o/ Stale owner
bath home., Km. with built-In appliances 11$ ..Y.. D, WE
A. low a. $65 '00 .month.CEVE IITF SERVICE.
: COOPER. Registered Brokr LI
Lak. Alfred FR MMSiaJJFOR -

Earn Your a I

L !R.bath, SALE completely, family: or LEASE equipped room: J-bedroom.carpeted kitchen, Down PaymentOn 55'j j I$1 ., JiZZ "

lot. Many
carports large
130$ Are. F. NW. CY 14ML 1- 1I this builders trade.In. Save ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN IS DAYS I'I

ui the time and expense of I


your dollars and spend your ,1

I Family? j spare time painting your own e e e 1

I Short ofBedrooms = borne CaUJOHN Notices For This Department ..,..1. .1J


Inc.DevelopenBulldrn Limited To %Zxz i iE
Line Up For & ASSOC., .

.. traM for ado or seep .. tile .. Ne teaitei Ne c.... iI

E I The Bath? | Zt3.ZS11 P'bolll' ZI33I .. .. oi 121 u .km... All C d. I

S Then you need this 21.U 2.11 Wor4 U.l. .1 (teeafe X
I. AM .... be ......e II IIJ.
S 4 bedroom 2 bath home = I.th A1. \ a

: Martha Drive. = .' wrINMpN.
| am Lake = FOR OUTDOOR LrVTVIJ' SEE: |. lab MtIce ..., .....1. Ike .LMIMMMRmM
s Large living room ends THIS 30 II SWIMMING POOL d .fferisl sad ,.... <
? PATIO with .ho.... atootach. p m.llad/ M ebb p.YM..f
separate dining room SS and 21'. a 1 Florida O ..... -- so ddrem. ..
formal entertaining Es Medroom w u too tile ..... ., h .<.....
Florida room for those reS = war a.faceting. $11000: o: will

laxity hour Gadget = trill 291718 for. larger home. J91-H1Oit-) or 4. Ne eaeMMrcU eeb wan.. 7. N. phone .,.,. E 1 1la'A'Ippll

filled baa built-In sS ee.slfsL 1I
s DISPLAYMODERN S. Alk will fie .1 .... I
oven end range dish- s CLASSIFIED +

5 waaher, diapoaal. and food s I

5 center For your comfort 5 Randmade Qunk Ita aa 125 00 Supp .
FIOFONS 1 pen straight'
5 there ta central oil Es Variety of homemade Jelllea Ko whine fantaUa. $% 00 and get
heat and central air con5 | 2 BR. Block Home u 8711258 Labe Alfred. t pea t..... CY 6-311IO (Teolnga.HAMSTERS lAHQ THE ONE 00,1 THE R1GHT- THEY'RE ALL YI''Mf% (E S
ditioning = HOMING apiece or
= plus t carport. WITH CARPORT lire tor L'h St, NW' I femalea 1 mala AND ALL Q 'EM 114UTWEDJY ClSAWlTTt alaL
lange melekInf .. Phone CY a-77tL Billy Fletcher Breeding cage aad imaO cage SEE ANN NMN! STOO111L LOOKS MIGHTY CUt -
8 Many other EXTRAS = |gtlt.'til area I I'eve turn wheel $700 CY 4-2MO: even.ln susvECTS vES a I MEAN SUSPICIOUS
5 la 121.500 too much Ss refnaereter, beery/ RUMMAGE: SALE:: Antique d Knee .. HERESIRP FLMf lataslcl + ? '
Call Here T. CI... ti'e'. chair' Ladlet clothingll> E: DONTUETMER !, ,
for eJl this To see, | Vest With tiecirter D red ROIL,.. 4, NW IBar1 after (.00 -!$. r: L GETAway ,
Cartridge load Takee Una plo- >
I Eve. A SUB. CT 3407s | An OHm Will AQUA contour lamp chair. Weibible .. turei. $2SOO. Including Brownieflails = 1fH
5 = cover, $&5 00 new for Camera. CY US*.
It Considered Haoa CY H411 alter loorep. :2:

=TOWN COUNTRY LARGE: Tomato punt near readyfor 0
ft COMI all -it- _I.. H C. MURPHY, Lake T)
LARGE electric .tore Coed Condition. ......... Dundee Rd. CY .1211.
Zl'UIgnoft. I 11172"11 St.. N.W. $$3000 4-aoa: .
C't3.11411 = -It-
UIiJUlJgl Phone 893-4363 H KPFriAL AM'MUNITION. HALF BEIGE Platform rorker. In eifeW
PRICE Factory Ot Roundtertk lent ewoditloo, $1100 9M West
:; OS Round 414 Herbord It.. Lake AUred. n LY7:...
14-21 i 1 JI2I Lake Lulu Drt .. a-ius.

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School ered them and Cell wife the)
Youth Terrorizes
Samples Of New gun.

ReiswiU bad pleaded guilty

I to burglary charges (In nearby

ReleasedWASHINGTON For Hour With ShotgunMILWAUKEE Waukesha County: and been

Taxes brought Into the city Wednesday

WI.. (UPI) I system broadcast an alarm and night by deputies to show them
The footsteps clicked down the warning to lock classroom
where he allegedly cached loot.
UTl-Fol) $20.80 plus 14 per cent of the
( corridor oi doors. Cell and the boy pacedthe
rh long, steely quiet He made a break to? freedom.
)lowing are samples of the new excess over $200.MIRRIED t
corridors the
Audubon Junior High School boy peering Thursday he said he stole a car
withholding rates provided by s Occasionally they topped In through windows In search of
from a relative and showed
the compromise tax bill andhow COL'PLEThree k a v' n front of a door. Then they his girl ''at the school Two rifles and

they compare with present Dependents .00 moved on again. At one point school authorities
shells for the unloaded
rates: weekly present new It war one of the longest brougt the girl out to plead
hours of Principal Phillip H later were found in the car.
SINGLE PERSONS wage deduction deduction with ReiswiU to
Cile'i 63 years at he matched Milwaukee police planned to
weekly present new $25 $0 00 $0.00 refused
When he she
atep for step with an angry was taken bring charges against him to
wage deduction deduction $50 $0.00 $0.00 young man waving a ahotguo away. day. Waukesha County chargedhim

$25 $2.30 $1.60 $75 $2.00 $1.50 And during the whole trek of After the ordeal, Cell, who
$50 $6 80 $5.30 $100 $6.90 $5.40 .i terror[ Gil placed himself between headed six schools before taking In connection with the escape -
the and the Thursday
young man
$11.20 $8.70 $125 $11.40 $8.90
$75 over Audubon when it
classrooms to protect the children
$100 $1610 $12.80 $150 $16.40 $12.70 iSANDI inside. opened five years ago, said
$125 $20.60 tl610 $175 $20.00 $15.50 a 1 r For that hour the entire simply:
.60 $19.90 ,
$150 $25. $200 $24.50 $19.00 At + school was paralyzed, class "My Job was to see he
$175 $29 20 $22.70 forper.on. jells turned off, doors locked, couldn't get anywhere he could
$200:! $33.70 $26.20 The present withholding I
the of harm the kids"
haUl echoing to footsteps
for earning more than $200a
The present withholding Robert Reis- He said the youth "was .
just eight men aa waving
week in wages is $24.50 plus t4.SUSAN
than $200
persons earning more w wits 18, Milwaukee, held the the gun around at the police
a week In wages is $33.70 plus 18 per cent of the amount over .
principal and six policemen at like this stuff you see on television
18 per cent of wages over $200 $200 This will be reduced to ., 1 ."
gals will be reduced to $26.20 $19 plus 14 per cent of the excess .' bay.The terror began when Rebwits "I was able to get him talking .
plus 14 per cent of the excess over $200.MARRIED. "
\ walked into the principal's be said At the moment
over $200, I office with the gun and demand. when officer Jesse Kedziora finally
ed that his year-old girlfriend slipped up behind ReiswiU
MARRIED COUPLE Four Dependents I #, be released from class so and snatched the shotgun, Gel'
No Dependents weekly present new I he could "drive her to Califor said, "I was too worried abou'
weekly present new wage deduction deduction MANNIX Another DIANE SHOTTON-An DELEHANTY sla." keeping him talking to see exactly
wage deduction deduction $25 $0.00 $0.00 Winter Haven beau 18-year-old beauty, Mm 21 5'3" 117 pounds Cell refused. The youth leveled how it happened. He was
$25 $0.00 $0.00 $50 $0.00 $0.00 I ty, Miss Mannix will represent Shotton it 56", blonde, the ahotgun at him and ordered nervous and kept fingering the
$50 $4 50 $3.50 $75 $0.00 $0.00 Parker Plate Glass In blue>yed and 123 pounds blonde and brown-eyed Is him into the corridor outside trigger."
$75 $8.90 $6.90 $100 $4 60 $3.60 the Parade of Homes She will represent being sponsored by Leis the achool office. Cell said he was not threat Lsk where you WORK
$100 $13.80 $10.80 $125 $9.10 $7.10 Tampa Brothers In the Parade .
Realty Other school personnel called ened by ReiswiU personally, although
Queen contest at Nor. Wholesale Plumbing tn the
$125 $18.30 $14.30 $150 $14.10 $10.90 of Homes dismissal Ask where YOU BANK
Queen con. police, shut off the the boy shouted at police
$150 $23.30 $18.10 $175 $17.70 $13.70 Mayo Hall tomorrow. _-night-... Parade of Homes Queen test. A model, the has recently bells and on the public address 'stay way from me," and coy-
$175 $26.90 $20.90 $200 $22.20 $17.20 I contest taken water skiing
$200 $31.40 $24.40 The present withholding for Weese Elected I at Cypress up Gardens
The present withholding for persons earning more than $200a
persons earning more than $200 week in wages is $22.20 plus To DevelopmentBoard

a week In wages is $31.40 plus 18 per cent of the amount over ." .,
18 per cent of the amount over $200.( This will be reduced to At Barlow .
$200. This will be reduced to $17.20( plus 14 per cent of the
$24.40 plus 14 per cent of the excess over $200. Forrest G. Weese of Winter HONESTY Is
Haven chairman of
excess over $200.MARRIED was elected +
the Polk County DevelopmentBoard
COUPLE Society at its annual meeting in

Two Dependents Holds Meeting Bartow. The BESTPRACTICE
weekly present new Other officers elected were
deduction deduction Lester Pickett of Bartow, first cF=
wage At Lake
vice chairman, AI Caldwell of
$25 $0.00 $0 00
$50 $0.00 $0.00 organization meeting and Mulberry, second vice chair'man '
$75 $4 30 $3.30 social evening for the Lake Aired ; George Siemer of Lake
$100 $9.20 $7.20 Junior High School Honor Alfred, secretary; and Everett

$125 $13.70 $10.70 Society was held last night at Allen of Lakeland, treasurer 1'
he home of Unda Patrick of The board adopted new re
$150> $18.70 $14.50
$200 $26.80 $20.80 George Road, with the 16 local vised by-laws which included .E- Down through the years some products en
in of terms of
honor students in change length
The present withholding for Refreshments were served some of the directors. the American market have become knownas
persons earning more than $200
a week in wages Is $26.80 plus and dancing was enjoyed after New members appointed to "Brand Names", because of the policies
the business meeting. serve for the current year are

18$200 per This cent will of the be mount reduced over to Mrs L. J. Bates, teacher, John W. Burr of Eagle Lake,. In these companies of {ustice, truth, and
Robert Moffett of Dundee Allen
who la advisor to the group, ,
. . said It Is planned to hold I Shaw of Haines City, Nor. fair play. The public has made these products car
. . meetings each month at the ma Rustin of Auburndale and Y
. . homes of the students. George Williamson of Highland 4 "Brand Names" because they have

RYE GRASSIt's Park. Three are yet to be appointed -
rl faith In quality merchandise at fair prices.
LAKE ALFRED representing Frost 4
time to plant now for Guests for the past two proof, Lake Wales and District I
a beautiful winter lawn months of Mrs Maude Telford, 2.
Mr. and Mrs. H M. Hellendornof Commissioner Wilmer Me- + S
DOTY the Netherlands, left by Jet Cutcheon spoke to the boardon d
Thursday for England and the Polk County development, ; tBONNIE

continent, where they will travel and Bob Rhlnchart, executive ,
& GARDEN till July before settling in their director reported on the necessity
SUPPLY native country. Hellendorn had of changing the makeup
Iff irk, S.W. CY 109477 been a tea planter In Indonesia I of the board somewhat as 11 _

HHKCM5KFARM until he retired a short time the result of the redistricting ANDREWS-A
ago I by the county commissioners. brunette with brown hair Is
being sponsored by Rhein.euer's .
,in the Parade of Bank' of Lake Alfred Is
Hornet sponsoring Miss Boyd In Benjamin Moore Paint rolleraneJPlywood 4x1' Pegboard panels
write OFFERING YOU... Queen contest
t the Parade of Homes contest paints: $5.45 tray sett; $1.29 up panels; all types; 79c ea. up

CHRYSLERFOR To Hold Smoker' at Nora Mayo Hall to. gel, up 13.51 up

MORE The Holy Name Society of SI.Jolttph' morrow night.
Church will hold an I }

open" meeting and smoker Sunday -
afternoon In Father Anderson %]

Hall to greet the new aId

molly pastor, the Rev Matthew Con.

The affair will begin at 4 p.m.
Father Anderson Hall is located Hooks for pegboard Black ft Decker Glu-Bird white Spruce shelving;

at Ave. K and Seventh St., vii ; ell types; power tools; heavy duty glue; 1x12"I ; I9JCIm.

NW. Refreshments will be 2c up $ I 11.17 up 29c up ft,

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DIM'HAROB ,- continue watch this for

T* All when It Map l.eeeee.t Dfoe..d news of the opening oiVILLA'S
Notice !. hereby given that I
have filed annual-final report as
LESS MONEY administrator of the .tale of Ave S iy.
L. Randol deceased: that I have >W VILLAGEin
filed petition for final dlacharxe,
and that I will apply to the Ho. IY 4y
Richard A. Bronaon. County Judi ''
of Pom County Florida, on the the new ,
19th dar of March 114. for ap \
proval of the same and for final
lit THAN EVER BEFORENOW dliirhanr ai admlnlitrator of the Yyi'1{ '"
.tale of Ave U Randol deceamlTula Southeast Plaza Shopping CenterVilla's
Hit day of February. mi.
Are Randol ElkinsAdmlei"rater fTI
of the .
entale of Ave L. Randol t r
Deceased kltY Village is a division of

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whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor sir filter cleaned every months and tomorrow night at Nora Mil e M
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