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 24, 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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portly cloudy and warmer Winter Haven Daily, News-Chief f Citrus The Capital City Of) Of 100 The Cafei World" ', ..

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i Junior Students College Get 2 Armed Net ob '

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Pilot Aid FundThe

Winter Haven Pilot Clubii

sir establishing the first student Furniture Store HereJUNIOR

loan fund to be available at the

newly-created Polk Junior Colkg

f' The $1,000 memorial scholarship
to be administered by the
Polk County Board of Public Saturday Night

r r Instruction,. will be available
when the college opens next 4t

September.First proposed. tome week Holdup Yields:"

ago at a business meeting of
the Pilot Club, aU details of

OPENS MEETING Charles Goshorn president of the Winter Haven Lions the been scholarship completed,program and annal have I $250 In LootTwo

Club, center Is shown opening the District Cabinet meeting held at the Lake Region committee report will be aub-
Yacht and Country Club yesterday. To his right arc District Governor R, D. "Bob" mltted at the regular meetingof unidentified
Graham who conducted the business union, Mrs. Graham and Cabinet Secretary Pilots at Park Restaurant to. Negro men
Herbert Johnson Deputy District Governor W E. "Bill" Coker Is at left with Mrs. night. walked off with cash and'per

Coker and Mrs. Gothorn, seated behind flags. Mill Alice Sherman, president 1 sonal effects valued at over
T of the Pilots, said funds $250 Saturday night after fore-
for the student loan fund were log five persona at gunpoint to
District Lions The made available to the club lie on the floor and then shuttling
Where Does' Ledger through a bequest from the late them into a rest room at
Florence Helmerdinger the rear of the Badcock Fur.
Well known in Winter Haven niture Store, 1962 Fifth St., NW. f
Hold Sessions Mrs Helmerdinger was employed The Winter Haven Police Department f
Really Stand? for some time at Winter which Investigatedthe
Haven Hospital and was a char- robbery, reported thaf.two
ter member of the local Pilot Negroes walked Into the .store
Here Club. Miss Sherman said club I
SundayLed shortly after 7.30: p.m.
Here Are Excerpts From membera voted that the gift be Brandishing pistols j they
used for a rotating student loan forced the store manager, Er
by District: Governor. Yesterday's Lakeland Ledger fund which will be a perma neat M Pipkin, his wife, Naomi
G. (Bob) Graham of Sarssota nent memorial scholarship their- year-old aon, Donald t
Lions representing 44 clubs of Mrs J. H. Whitney, Pilot Y t and store employes J. L I
District 35-1, roared Into town Editorial Polk scholarship chairman, present. Adams and Kenneth Carter to
yesterday to attend the District Perspective ed the check for the fund to lie on the floor face down. The
: Cabinet meeting at the page 4-A Pogt 12-1 Dr. F. T Lenfeatey, presidentof Negroes ransacked desk draw-
Lake Yacht and Country Polk Junior tnfestey .
Region AUTHOR UNKNOWN College Dr era and found $175 In cash
,a Club. ly RONNIE STUART or members of the Polk which they pocketed. They also

". The delegates and their wives The, dictatorial decree of a BARTOW-Thursday night, bounty Board of Public Instruction took a $75 watch belonging to
started arriving at the club state iurvey team that I junior Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia may be contacted in retard Mf ,. ,t {' r Pipkin and a purse and wallet
about 10 a.m. and by luncheon college must be built on a single spoke on the "Influence of to specific requirements belonging to Mrs Pipkin...The
l time at U:30 almost 200 persons site designated by the state group" Russell wenton for' students wishing to qualify purse' and wallet contained no
pressure for' the COLLEGE STUDENT AID FUND Mrs. J. H. Whitney chairman of the
were on hand for the la an affront to the citizens and to DOW these scholarship.Pilots money.
event. the school board of Polk County "do not explain always represent groups the pointed out "a high scholarship committee of the Winter Haven Pilot Club, presents check for $1,000 to The five persons were then
President Charles Onshore majority of the people." scholastic standing and a defl. President Frederick T. Lenfestey of Polk Junior College as County Supt. of Schools forced Into a rest room at the
opened the meeting and introduced A\ majority of the school According nite need for financial help In Shelley Boone looks on. The Pilots have established the first student loan fund for rear of the building. The two
to Russell, who order to gain a college educ. Negroes then pretended to nail
Mayor Richard Dantzler board, elected by the taxpayers junior college students.Floridians.
who welcomed the visiting 011 i Polk County: was told war speaking during Spessard ion will definitely: be among shut the rest room door and
L. Holland Appreciation Day: the major requirements"In left
Lions and complimented them that the Junior college will be
on their dedicated work in eyejlght located at a golf course In Winter these groups "use a wide variety accepting the Pilot Club No one was harmed, police I
conservation. Haven, or that no state of tactics" In order to get gift, Dr. Lenfestey listed: Plan 'Queen For Day'PrjzesjtereTo cud \
I! luncheon period war en- funds will be forthcoming for congressmen to vote a certain "Tha loan fund concept: represents The bandits were described
'II- by the antics of the the educational Institution., way. the American tradition as being 35 to 98 years of age,
Tall who extracted handed RuaselL, ,had nothing but of do-It"yourself In that .It will S-feet-9-\inches tall and weighing '
Twisters Tf.4maa' the
:flies from tie various Ltonf I edict, issued,to the, Ugh elected- ; officials words of.praia., as to how make college .dlcatlo.'e( Bible- approximate! 1M pounds.each. ,
for real or fancied Infractions et Polk County last Holland had avoided being for young people who knight Appeal One had I mustache ? i iSit. I
I not otherwise be able to take : Aubrey Rowe, DetectiveWayne
pressured into any other vote
of rules. On. Lion who pro. week. i
than his own mind during his Uvears advantage of the wonderful o. Rogers and Identification
tested his fine wound minus handed
up This war the edict Hit $
WASIIINGTON (UPI) Four religious tests as a qualification $20,000 Officer Malnes Waters in
the major portion of his tie down despite the publicly and .!- In the SenateHad (Continued on Page 6, Col. <.)
SenitubHn: I Miami parents filed I notice In for teacher employment. vestlgated the holdup.Candidates .
which was cut off close to his privately expressed request bya more
the US.f Supreme Court today I Attorneys termed it the first
Adam's apple, and from then majority of the achool board familiar with Polk County 10IDI' (
More than $20,000 worth of
that they are appealing for the major test of a wide variety of
on fines were forthcoming at members that the state survey on, ho might very well
brighter Lights the gifts, including at least two va
second time a Florida Supreme aectarlan practices in
a faster pace.Following team approve several or more have told the 1,750 people assembled Court decision upholding validity schools since the 1963 decisions cation trlpa abroad, will be Add
at the Air Base
the luncheon, the sites and leave the final decision to showered on the five "queens"
of Bible in of the U.S. Court that held
ladles were escorted to Cypress on the location of the college honor Bartow's favorite IOn dally reading picked during the telecasting of
Gardens where they witnessed to the elected officials of that they apparently have"pressure Set For, Corner the pubic schools. : school prayers and Bible reading "Queen for a Day" from Nora
the crowning: of the Watermelon Polk County groups" working in The Hlamlans, a Unitarian, invalid. Mayo Hall, Winter Haven, To War ChestsTALLAHASSEE
Queen and enjoyed the Only the politically naive will their own county.It agnostic and two Jews, asked The Florida court in August, March 912, in a salute to the
(Continued On Page $ Col. 2)) (Continued on Page I, Col. 7) seems ridiculous that the Tampa Electric Co has bee the high court to direct the 1962, sustained Bible and reading other, 40th Annual Florida Citrus Exposition
selection of a site for the Polk authorized to install at leas state court to "heed" a US. prayer recitation (UPI) Flo
Junior College has. become such three mood lumen mercury va decision outlawing( Bible reading practices but outlawed celebration Jack Bailey, mas tor of ceremonies rida's candidates for governor I'
an issue. per lights at the Intersection of and prayer recitation in the of Christmas and other will Invite four women continued adding to their war
State Farm Loans ExecutivesTo Several months ago, three Lake Elbert Drive and Dundee schools.It religious holidays: in schools, and to appear on each program and chests, but also started doling '
I school board members were Road, it woe revealed today: by also asked for reversal of banned showing of religious. the audience will select the out huge chunks of it to get I
all for having the sites surveyed City Manager C, C, Ryan the Florida court ruling that movies and use. of school facilities "queen" by applause vote. their message to the voters, '
the next day: or at leastas The new lights wilt replacethe sustained prayer recitation, conducting for after hours religious The ahow, which will be their financial accounts showed !
United Givers Fund DriveState soon as possible. present ones, which are approximately of religious baccalaureate instruction. staged Monday through Thursday today j
Now, that survey has been, 4 000 lumens each programs, a so.called religious A short time later and while at 1 p.m. and again Thursday Having paid their official quaifying .
Farm Insurance Com vice president In charge of the and the results are In. Those With the intersection bright-. census among pupils and (Continued on Page 8, Col. 3)) at 5 p.m.,- will be broadcast fees last Tuesday, the
ponies lo.ne4l&| dozen of Its regional office, Is head of the lame three school board members 'ened some five times, city ol live in Central Florida' nix Democratic candidates got
top regional, office executives Chapter Unit Division of theumpalo began to question the re finials hope to eliminate much over WFTV, Channel t. Orlando to work arranging for publicity, t\
uf the traffic hazard
here for the United Givers with the respond.bitty port before it had been com intersection at this. Janis Is Chosen As and taped for nationwide I advertising, billboards and the
Fund-Red Cross Campaign, according for canvassing all industries iletely read at last Wed nil. In the, scent of many accidents Shapou showing on the ABC television to try to keep their names 1\
to Clarence Weaver, with M day's school board meeting.Those I I network the following week. uppermost In the minds ,of the 1like
or more employes. The city commission had re- I
To the men and women who will decide
three appear on program
executive director of the 1964 persons question- .
drive His top aide, Jack Coyle, who ed the reasoning of the survey quested that the State Road Department 1964 Miss Parade Of Homes"It's candidates must be IS years of their fate at the polls In.May. I
take to ellmln
The campaign bits high gear I II deputy regional vice president team, the ability of the teamto ate the hazard.steps A traffic count age or over, unless married. Biggest spender was former .r
tomorrow with blitz II one of the executives csrry: out Instructions, and Free tickets are available on Sen. Fred 0. Dlckinson,-Wept
I one-day
made but
the intersection
campaign throughout the Lake loaned for the campaign.The the wording of the report.It did war not have, enough to warrant the first thing I ever Bank of Commerce, and Sandy a i first received-first honored Palm Beach, who paid out $7o-
Region, starting with kickoffbreakfasts others are Raymond seems about time the stsllatlon of a traffic light won, except for a football onetime Kruse, Earl M. Massey, Paving. lasts Requests for tickets 000 last week, of which $54,500
for the 250 volunteer Little, Central Florida division school board members remem- .o Ryan ordered the increased ," said pert, year-old I Miss Shapou was spon- should be mailed to "Queen for went to one firm, Bishopric,
workers tomorrow morningand manager; Robert G. Barr bored they art elected to guide street lighting as an alternative Janis Shapou after being (Continued on Page B, Col. 1)) (Continued on Page t, CoL 3) I II
South Florida division manager; named "Miss Parade of Homes j i (Continued on Page 6, Col 2)).. _
winding up with a Victory (Continued on Page (, Col. I) .11 .i Jj( I
Dinner at the Lake Region (Contniued on Page e, Col..4) ,A for 1964" Saturday night at

Yacht and Country Club tomorrow Nora Mayo Hall } J w? 4 eLti9i .
night. She wee chosen from a fieldof
12 girl, and will reign over It'y
The State Farm executive ''tr
have been preparing for three ii all 1964 Parade of Homes activities
weeks for the big day, layingthe scheduled for March
groundwork for the solicitation I J i ,, S-1J in Winter Haven.
in industry. : The new queen, a model at
This :year's goal Is $146,434, Cypress Gardens, was one of
five per cent more than was } five finalists who faced the six
raised last :year judges and a large audience.
Merrill Grafton, State Farm The other finalists were Donna "
IJi4kJ'E Lock, first runner.up, sponsoredby YIr
Drawn Building, Inc.; Glen-
126 Oak Trees da Bowen second runner-up,
John G. Wood and Associates;;
Are' Planted Jeanie Allen, Lake Region,

Throughout City f I v 2ttrusmen Ship i h r' Me r ,

A total of 126 oak trees have
been planted la Winter Haven More Grapefruit, i + ti
by the city: parks department,
it was announced today by: Fewer OrangesLAKELAND
Charles Holloway, director of
public service. (UPI) Florida
+4r di va4
The trees, six to eight feet In truamen are shipping less ?
height have been planted ranges but more grapefruit, 1
chiefly along the south perimeter florida Citrus Mutual officials
of'the Winter Haven Golf said this weekend. (

Course, along Ave G, SE, bordering Executive Vice I President
the high school parking Robert W Rutledge said fresh
lot, on Ave. K, SE south of orange shipments total about
the high school, in Rotary Park 11.000 cars and grapefruit has
and la Taylor Park along Lake rileD to almost 11,000 cars
Martha. Oranges were over 6,000 cars i
The high school parking: lot with about 150 from the Indian
planting is the beginning of an Rivet area Only: a few temples
extensive beautification program were shipped, these) running ,

said. planned there, UoDoway about Mutual 135 said cars grapefruit a week. were PARADE OF HOMES QUEEN Janls Shepou center, a 19-year-old model from

'The oak tree planting is part CALLING ALL PEOPLE These top executives, among 12 loaned by State bout 1000 cars, up from last Cypress Gardens, was crowned "Miss Parade of Homes for 1964' Saturday night at
of the 1964 beautificatioa program Farm to the United Givers Fund-Red Cross Campaign, spell out the slogan f.; to. eek'a 156 cars. Of these, 450 Nora Mayo Hall. Glenda Bowen, left, was named second runner-up and Donna Loc .
planned for the city in morrow's big drive. From left, Robert Barr Charles Dexter Jams Reynolds, Irvin were counted from the Indian right, was first runner-up. The new queen will reign over Winter Haven Home Builders

tot current bullet,' Wells, James Merrick Andrew L Drigjen, Jack ..,I.y. River area, Association festivities March 115.






HUf! burt Quits .t: Highway/ Death 1 Dream Of Canal To Come True .

; PALATKA Fla. (UPI) ."
Growers) Group Toll Climbs Someone's always promised JAtkfONVbtLR JJj CEREMONY

Florida a canal The Spanlardawanted SITE
one to transport Mexl- IANIOITY o
Dl Over Weekend co'. gold. Andrew Jackson e/MI, RODEHEAVERR4lATKA
To Health dreamed of one to aid defense OY* RANCH .,;
against the Indiana and FDR

The Jouat Dora Growers Ccpefsflve e4iy MIAMI (UPI) One wreck started one to put man back to
announced today that took the lives of (our persona work. N15 1 .1
) i i1t
it Iota: accepted with regre t t 19 thii weekend and four persons With great pomp oa Thursday 41065,
the asjlrement of ita veteran died Sunday in separate cl-. Feb n, the tint spade of
general manager G. B. (Crip) dents, bringing the weekend dirt will be turned and work HORI LANONdeIIOR
Hurjtmrt tor reasons of ill death toll on the highways tot will resume on a croas-Florida fiMAlL/catTa
health s least 11. canal. This little town of I.JOO

Hl jburt, active In Florida Henry Price Hatcher, SI, residents has a severe case of 1
cltng-todustry circles for the 7w Riviera Beach was killed In an canal fever. ( i ML
pasQB.: years, has been coo 1 Air accident three mile aouta of Plans tall for President John-
necM-jwlth the Mount Dora I Holopaw in Oictola County Sun- eon to attend the groundbreak OMLAND
fresh-fruit shipping firm sins day log ceremony. He will be la 4t 17 MI.ORLANDO.
1934tH. has been one of the In A Sunday accident on the Florida for t speech In Miami.
dusts! g'6 recognized leaders for expressway In Duval County If the canal la actually com' !ZI Mb
sea TIe otkoaet
the B3.two decades.Vewwi took the life of Negro Alphonso plated this time, a good part of 64 MI,
L. Conner, preside Moore Jr. 41. Florida will become aa Island
of dSTStouot Dora Cooperatlv, I The Highway Patrol aald four
and the northeast comer
maiH-ttie official announcement y'" r ,x rr young men died In a two-ear will be OB the port of Palatka. The eaaal'i boosters predict Kennedy Indicated] to officials i

of Jdlpurt'a, retirement. 1 1alQfit He collision near Nlcevilla on Route The job will require moving that when It Is finished In six need for a better way to trans.
mov) was made with 1 M Friday night.The port them without going around' '
$7.? million cubic yards of Florida to eight years, the canal will .
victims Identified Florida keys
"comMerable regret" in viewof were the
irlhurt'. long time conneCt I ai John Arthur Davis, U, Frank three soil building railroad 11 bridges highwaysand and help Industry, provide cheaper The late President John r,

tioitaatb: the firm.'Ikboard Jess Cooley, II, Fred Lee constructing five locks transportation, Improve recreation Kennedy budgeted tl million la19U
of directors acepfed i Bethunt, 11 and L. Z. Pritchett, and serve national defense to start the canal Presl. .
The mlle trench 11 feet
PART OF FRENCH EXHIBIT-M.mber. of the Winter Haven High School French 107- -
this retirement move II All were from Fort Walton and feet wide will Andrew J a e k I o n was Flor dent Johnson baa budgeted $4
deep 150 -
fully conscious of the great con. clams recently put on display their annual project dealing with life In Franc Part of Beach. Three boys were In one coat $157.1 million. ida's first governor. He felt a million for continuing canal .
tribuuon Mr. Hurlburt has the pointing ef the exhibit are being displayed, by, from left to right Thomas BrogdenFalflle ear and Pritchett was In the The canal head will be at this canal would enable him to move work. L

made to the success of this Colyer._Scott Hart, and Judy Cox aecond. river town about 20 miles inland troops faster while chasing the : The csnnal will follow the
busMVka Conner said. "'!'be .. .. Frailer : laid out !too...
Russell Dale SI, from the Atlantic and connected crafty Seminole Indiana Then exact route by
boardand our total membe French Jacksonville, died Sunday seven to the ocean by the St. the Semlnoles drifted further velt's engineers But Roosevelt
ship owes him a great debt of Cancer Society Classes JFK Monument hours after he was thrown from\ John's River. The river and the south and Jackson no longer wanted a ship canal and this
gratitude for his service on our hit car on the Jacksonville Ell' intracoastal: waterway will give needed a canal.President will be big enough only for
behalf," be added. Square Dance Donation Drive preisway. canal boats access to Jacksonville Franklin D. Roosevelt barges "
Conner also said that Hurl. The Highway Patrol said Milton to the north and Cape looking for public works Proponents of the canal say
hurt would retain Ms conne. Set At Bartow Hold Art ShowMembers Begins In Lee Pruyn 50, of Lake Kennedy and Miami to the project to put the Jobless back it will cut 610 mUll from the
Uon with the firm on a con.ult. Worth died Sunday of injuries south. to work proposed a ship canal trip around Key Weat and save
ant basis, and would be av.lI. Plans are now complete for DALLAS (UPI Cltliens of received In an accident In Del. Westward the canal will slice across Florida Four concrete shippers $1,256,000 a year The
able U both the management the 19t4 Western style square of the five Frencclaaaes Dallas nailed first donation ray Beach. south'southwest to Yankeetown, bridge supports were built south Atlantic Coast Line Railroad

and th| board to assure smooth dance, with the proceeds goIng of Winter Haven High today to build a memorial i to Two persona were killed southof a Gulf town about TS miles of Ocala and now are all thereIs operating croaa-state says it
transition and efficient opera. to the American Cancer School recently put On display the late President Rennet Orlando Saturday when their northwest of Tampa. Eventually to sow for IS million spent will be hurt The north-aouth

tloa.}Ilurlburt'a, position will be Society, at the New Civic Can' their annual exhibit in the near the spot where he was asasslnated cart collided. The victims were it will meet planned waterways The steady stream of bigbooster Florida East Coast Railroad isall
identified ai J. Gerald Tapley, the western shores rackets coming to Cape for the canal.Dinner
filled by S. Carey Colley of ter In Lakeland on Saturday, school library featuring Tarl In their city just 41, Caaselberry, and Mra. Eatei on ---- -

Taflres.. another well know Feb 21, beginning at I pm out aspects of the culture of over three months ego B. Hall, 60 Orlando
citrus executive I n Central Tickets may be secured at France and the life of her Plans for the probably whit Douglas Blount Riviera Beach Stevenson HonorMIAMI Slated
Florida. Colley has already II' Fruit
sunned'. direction of all actlv the door at $1 per person don" people. marble structure, although Dot was killed Palm Saturday Shores in a wreck Shipment BEACH (UPI-Adlal a dinner In Palm Beach oa

ties at the Mount Dora plan afire, plus tax. According to Mri. Ronald 8. complete, were announced on near A Dad County Spring man, K.year E. Stevenson U.S. Ambassadorto March t, boated by under

One of the organizers and a Callers for the quarts will! Van Duyne Ir.. Instructor of the three-month anniversary of old Erneat Schadowikl, died to the United Nations, will be secretary of State W. Averell

charter member of the boar be Sam Prescott of Winter Ha French, each student did extensive the Nov ta assassination by a I wreck Saturday night: Shows DecreaseCannery honored for his association with Harriman and his wife a luncheon
of. directors of the Plymouth the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial at Miami On March I
Citrus Products CooperatlvHurlburt van, and Joe Johnson eWlndemtr research work before committee of 25 civic leader Foundation during March in and a dinner that night at the- '*

was also active In the *. Fran and Yarn making his contribution to the Saturday, Parkland Church receipts for the weekending South Florida. Miami Beach home of Elliot$ ..,

formation of the Fresh Citrus Junkln of Lakeland will be in overall exhibit. She said the Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy endorsed Feb. 21 totalled 1,694,727 Stevenson win be honored at Roosevelt and his wife. iShoppers1 > ,I
Shippers Association and i. object of the project Is to d*. Brotherhood To "
charge of the round dancing their unanimous deslr boxes compared with i.US.lot
currently on the executive com
mfttee or that organisation. Prize donated by Polk County velop a keener Interest and for t monument in Dallas to Hear Lenfestey last week, H. M. Riley, acting .I.Ia

A'member of Florida Citrus merchants will be awarded knowledge In the study of her late husband, and a gift by director of the Division of Fruit

Mutoar advisory committee. during the d.nce.Ranger French by learning the habits, the memorial committee: to the Dr. Fred T. Lenfesty, presl- and Vegetable Inspection, aa
Huriburt has served the dent of the Polk Junior Col. nounced today.
on customs, and background of the
$10 million library being built
board elf directors of the Florida lee will be the guest apeak- This week's cannery totals' Convenience
Citrus Exchange for the past people of France near the scene of the Pres- er this evening at the month. are: Grapefruit 601,919, Oranges '
10 years and as vice president Moon Included In the exhibit are dent's youth in Boston. b' meeting at the Brotherhoodof I 1.333,777, Tangerines 1,570.

for,the past four years. He 1. displays of paintings, map, Contributions to both memo the Parkland Baptist Church. I The seaaon's cannery totals GUIDE TO .
a director of Growers Loan and literature, songs, stamp s, rlala from residents of Dallas, Jim Greenfield, president of for period ending Feb. 17. 1964: ..
Guaranty Company a director French money, and cooking.In as well at the state of Texas the brotherhood announcedthat 20870,64, Tangerines 1,134.01.
et.fthe, Exchange Supply and Shot DelayedCAPE Van and other mourners over the tonight la ladies night and Grapefruit 7,533,801, Oranges
field Mrs.
Service Cooperative a IUr.ctorof the cooking world began, arriving at Boat all men are urged to bring Totals for corresponding per. WMZSSSSMCES
the' Florida Tangerine Cooperative Duyne reported that all students of the Dallas post office their wlvea. Supper will be lod last season: Grapefruit U.. ...
and is on the boardof KENNEDY (UPI) -boys as well as" girls- Letters addressed Incorrectly or aerved starting at I p.m 079,420, Oranges 40,934,779 Tan
the Highland Crate Cooper. America'a next Ranger moo were required to prepare one simply to "Kennedy Memorial gerines 39S.467.
tile probe once set (or launch this dish with true French recipe Fund" were routed correctly by Weekly fruit ahlpmenta for IN GREATER r
lie assumed the managerahof. week has been delayed until and bring the recipe, and sam postal workers. Nuclear ShipContinues the week ending Feb 11, 1964
th*. Mount Dora Grower the end of May at the earliest pies of the finished product to They had already handle) totaled 72S.4U boxes comparedwith
Cooperative in 1934. Total production A apace agency spokesman school for spproval by other more than 700 such letters lent 733,651 last week.
of the firm at that time laid Saturday that the deep member of the clue during the put three month thla week'a shipment total WINTER HAVENiiimiiiiimiiiBtttttffl
was at a peak of 9,000 boxes space tracking network needed Mrs Van Duyne added that with suggestions for the memo Test are: Grapefruit 450,128, Oranges
of citrus fruit. Total pack of. (or Ranger .will be closed 1 In since the students cannot vial rial, rather than cash or 206.39. Tangerines 1,994.
th) cooperative during the 19662season April and early May to ready France, the next best thing la checks. Still a spokesman (or Templet sun, Murcotts 9,791
was in excess of equipment for two Marine to bring France to them. the committee said about SSO GALVESTON Te*. (UPI) The season's shipment total
830400 boxII.tarzan. Man shots in November. With was already in the memorial The molar ablp Savannah re- for period ending Feb. 17, 1964 r
tracking gear shut down, the committee account when the turned to port Sunday from a are: Grapefruit .146,725, Or.angel DNRT.INIIXNN81V.
earliest date for the Ranger-7 formal announcement was two.day crulae In the Gulf of 778,965, Tangerines I,'
Clawed shot Is the end of May. London 'Mom'Yesterday made of the form the tribute Mexico the first sea trial 130,817. Temples 890,025, Tango- CUSTOM WORK
: Ranger had been set for would tab.Area. since her nuclear reactor was los 501,137, Murcotts 90,720. UPHOLSTERING( I se
launch this week but was postponed hut down In t labor dispute Totals for corresponding per ..
when scientists were unable r almost a year ago. iod last season: Grapefruit t,. if BBHMMB
rlyLionCLEVELAND to find out why cameras 90 Officiate said the sleek white 077,430 Oranges 6,535,509, Tangerines Auto Glass e Seat Covers Convertible Tops

aboard Ranger failed as It. Deaths raft the world'a first nuclear 1,116,727.Conference, Complete Selection of Fabrics .
plunged toward the moon Feb. Cowered merchant- ship -
: Hicks
: : Ohio (UPI) 2. Equipment aboard Ranger-7 LONDON (UPI) Mrs Ad*. MRS n. P, BRYSON tad performed flawleasiy in Set Upholstering & Glass Shop
Os of the stars of the Grotto Is Identical to that of Its pre aide Gilbert, a London woman I two days of starts dope and 1101 SIXTH H, loW
Circus John Zerblnl of New Mrs H. P. Bryson, 80, a
decessor. known as "Mom" to American maneuvers In a 19,000 squire On Correction
Yelk, was clawed Sunday by a The space agency decided togo soldiers stationed here during resident of the Winter Haven mile area of the Gulf.
lid)) during the final perform. ahead with the tracking World War II, celebrated her and Lake Alfred area for St It was the first of seven trials TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Florida NEW HOMES
ana by the circus here. equipment changes for the Mariner 90th birthday Sunday and said, years, died at the home of one to be held by the end of Slat University will host Lawnmower
jferblnl, a lion tamer who voyages because a new "I've never felt better. of her sons in Seville, Ohio, March; the next will begin this the ninth annual Conference on t REMODELING HEADQUARTERS
uaSs the name Tarzan In his Ranger launch date has not "Yet, just before my lath on Friday night Feb. 14, fol. 'riday. Later this spring the Corrections Thursday and Fri W. C. McEvers
a<: was released after treat. been act. Mars probes have priority birthday, when I was taken ill, owing a lengthy Illness. Savannah will visit Houston, day TORO _
Funeral services were held lUILDINt CONTRACTOR Author!*** ear.l A '.rv''" :
Under discussion will be riots
at St. Vincent Charity since Mars is In
mint a positionfor he doctor called my mother tom few Orleans, Baltimore, Boson I
Feb IS, from the : ass A.*. C. loW, CY 1-16' COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE '
Hotpital for slashes on the a shot from earth only once )' bedside and said 'Let her on Tuesday ; and New York. and disturbances inside and outside I .
clOt and arms. Doctors 'ild'' every two years : die In peace. She has only a Methodist church In Cullowhee, Then the vessel Is scheduledto prison walls, changing emphasis MAKE SERVICE.LAWN REPAIRS MOWERS ON ALL tOUTIOARD ., .
sereral stitches were required hour live. Now N. C., her birthplace The Rev in Southern correctionsand
;: quarter of an to visit several European ports.The TERMITESSWARMING MOTORS
tolose the wounds. J'm celebrating my 90th birth. A. A. Ferguson pastor of the 596.foot 22ooo.too ship a the Negro in Southern law Phone 293-4667 ,!.
Cie performer was clawed II Film Scheduled! day" church, officiated, and mem joint project of the Atomic En- enforcement.The ? : '
he- was moving several lion Mrs. Gilbert who has lived In bers of the r, and A.M. served orgy Commission and the Marl- conference Is held each HARVEY COWER
frejn a cage at the completion xmdon's East End for more aa pallbearers time Commission of the US. year to keep prison officials up CALL 2t374S S EER _
oftjiis set. One of the animals ban 60 years, put up hundred Mr*. Bryson was the daughter Department of Commerce, la to date on the latest developments Groover Slr. lets Hn at. Cyprtie *.hopp.r; j :
tufted on Zerblnl, cornered him On Oil FiresThe of American CIa st her home of the late Mr. and Mra. John envisaged aa a showpiece In the in the prison field. ;
F, of Cullowhee N. C.,
ani lashed out with a when they were on furlough Bryson peaceful uses of atomic energy
fit attendant c el'Ue; end was a member of the Or. Claim ..11
"After the war they kept A primary reason for the English
lloJJ and Zerblnl slipped out of Winter Haven Fire Department writing to me, asking ma to der of the Eastern Star and shakedown cruise was to famllarize ..
the;cage will be shown a series call on them," she said Sunday the Survivors Methodist Include church.her bus- / a new complement of en- Bowling Record Daily ,
"And in 1947, I decided to Deerlng officers and the crew JOHN PETERS -
of five films on how to fight I band Houston P. Bryson, formerly I
Colombia Ties oil fires, starting at tomorrow visit the States." I of Winter Haven; two of! 110 with operating the ship READING, England (UPI) NewsChiefFIRST PHARMACY
But she bad trouble In getting .t see The Savannah's crew Five men students from Read .;K;
Sought By State night's regular meeting, It was I visa, so she wrote personallyto eons, Carl and Clifford Bryson, was replaced after her former tog University today claimed a e Free Preaerlp i
announced today by Chief Abner President Truman. both of Ohio; a daughter, Mrs.John engineering officers shut down world record-49 hours of nonstop I lion Delivery ;

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) A Lewis "Within three days I had a K. Cullen three brothers of Wlesb.den.Germ.ny Frank, the reactor lilt May 1. l0-pin bowing. The Britons II, city IIl11lh) : 9

seen member committee desUpd The Lake Alfred and Aburn- viII and sailed for New York ; C. said they beat the previous e Drlv..ln :
of Cullowhee N.
closer ties the Queen Elizabeth," she ryson ; hour to the local people Window
to promote dale departments hIVe been oa James Bryson of Rock Hill TECO Patrons American record by an ;oa
betftVeen Florida and the Repub- smiled. Sunday, rolling dOd nearly see Plrcr S" N.
with the
S. C., and Ransom Bryson of ) .
Invited to the film which
see ,
Beef! Colombia was appointed 4.000 bans la 1,879 frames and W. cy4altlnlWl.
Waynesville, N. C.I and three Increase UsageTampa .. J
thiS: weekend by Secretary of will b* shown at regular department : 389 game .
Stage Tom Adams meetings, held monthly DundeeA grandchildren. Electric Company's' I ..;
Named were: Dr. JuanltaGlBon. on alternate Tuesday nightsat residential customers averaged ,." - '" .t;
.. Florida State Univer- 7:30 at Fire Station No. I. recent visitor at the home sing 101 per cent more elecricity -
site DC.: A. Curtis Wllgus, Unl- Tomorrow night'a film will 01 Mr. and Mrs. John Calla Ernest E. Lawrence, 43, 105 in January, 1M4, than I r
veseity Gf Florida; Stan Wttwer, be on "Analysis of Bulk Plant way wen Mrs Callaway'a sis- Third' St., Eloise, died yesterday 111 the same month a year ago. I II Always oa the Go? ':
Fires. films ter, Mrs. Unnl Woodham of morning at his realdence. The I
edfltr, St. Petersburg Independent Subsequent are: Increase was from an
; Thomas Fleming Boca "Fighting Tank Fires," "Chem- Dothan, Ala Mra. Woodham also A native of Cumberland, Ky., average of 60S ktlowat-hours In I II Let us handle your i
Ran; Eugene Phlppa, TallahaQee Istry of a Petroleum Fire," visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence moved to Winter Ha* January of last year to 6Mlowatt I t telephone worries.
; Carl Swisher, Jacksonville and "Oil Fire Pro t Ie U 01 Ralph Lewis while In Dundee. yen about a month ago from .hours In January, 1984. I I II
and Howard Franklin, Through Knowledge." Greg Waters son of Mr and -akeland. The utility firm announced a 24-HOUR SERVICI
Tathpa.TJie The films are being furnishedby Mrs. Emmett Waters, under. He was a citrus worker and U per cent Increase la real. 294-4204
State of Atlantlco In Colombia Standard Oil Co. through went a tonsllectomy In Winter a veteran of World War II. denUai .customers for the U-
has already named a T. B. Agerton, local agent. Haven Hospital on Friday.Mr. Survivors Include his parents, month period ending Jan. 31from I ProfessionalANSWERING
sinJUsr committee and otherelates Two showings will be held, and Mrs Leonard Gutb Mr and Mrs Nick Lawrence HS.01T to 110,142. Iii
in the South American 10 that both shirts of Lake rle ;wer. here from Bartow of Palm Harbor Fla; two ( AIRLINE :
nation were expected to appoint Hi/red firemen can see them, last week for a visit with Mr. sons, Nicki and Jimmy Lawrence SERVICE
ainglar groups.Sieinle Chief Lewis aald. and Mrs. Bill Denmark and of Lexington Ky.; oneaughterK Mortgageloans ,
Mr. and Mrs Drew Wallace Nancy Lawrence of Opportunities 1I I
DOUBLE TICKETS E. A. Rodberg convalescng Lexington; two brothers, Carl
NOTTINGHAM, England at home after being a pa- Lawrence of Lexington and Robert Talk to us I MIN AND WOMIN I

Building CourseHoward (UPIKRalph Reid-Buckle, 28 bent In Winter Haven Hospital. Lawrence of Louisville Ky; about yourproblems. IT U U, high MliMl *riduiin.If 1 WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN
who was married Sunday, received Albert Denmark and son, Al- three sisters, Mrs. Margaret I e.e yu tan eu.lllrTea' +n
Steinle building In.speKtorIn an unwelcome honey- bert Leo, of Homervllle, Ga. Binion of Lexington Mrs. Gracearruba NO APPRAISAL FEE (e.a.ndlne.f ,l.t-Ass Alrkn.pe+rtunltlvt. a. t.with,. 1 1.nD" THIS LIST OF LOCAL ADVERTISERS? ;
the Winter Haven moon present when he went to are visiting the former' father 'of Clearwater and ON I r Agint. Omn iadgft his with his bride Yvonne R. P. Denmark and other Mr. Betty Mills, of Palm Jlar.bor. n..rv.twnl.t. 0r. r. t l e n eI 1
clljo building department, car FIRST MORTGAGESFIRST Asian. as..t..., tt . a short course being 28. A policeman gave him aticket rel.UvII. MORTGAGE I ;Tlch.t. Agint, M*. O.t rilBlnfrmalioi.
Mr. Alice Alford of Lake Funeral In- end y.up n.m.I I
held today through Wednesdayat for parking illegally The are DISPLAY ADVERTISING
CORP. I me . she University of Florida. fleer also a.vel parking tick. City I* visiting her brother complete and will be announc- ef WINTER HAVEN D'vlilcn. Al'inti 1'1 j
The course is a review of build. et to the Rev. George Walker, law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ed later by Mitchell Funeral II* Central Av.. CY -Sin I Use ,.Niwt-CHItf... e/. Wintff CY3-2191 124 3rd St.. N.W.
ingggectloa practices 70. who married the cuuple. Steve Powell. lorn*. a.-------.J

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FCC I The Weather-Local State And National j, Science Fair

I Winners Listed

At Lake Shipp -f ter .

Th .U M 1 1I Lake
Shipp Elementary School

lion =. : recently finished Its annual
I ko.A science fair and announced the

winners In the eight divisions,
la the
and also announced the grand
product k winners.

'ment Taking first place among the
veloped grand winners was David Heck
I' so with his exhibit "A Close Look
At Insects," Following his were
ager Phil Adams, "A HomemadeMovie
,that the Projector"; and Barbara
come LKg, "Germination of a Seed."
dealing Sp Winners in the Math Division
Hooks : FA 4 ,, r}' ,i a fi'dil were first place, Ricky See, and '
second place Deborah Bailey
recently <. GO Other divisions and winners

while fSl' ; were: Oceanography, Tommy
search Heck, first place; Scott Hir-
inate : tell second; Nancy Freeman,

I self and A1N, 1 o third; and Jenny Klnsey, honorable .
, t'I tract ,.' ; t?& mention. r1
Earth and Space, Nancy Wal
"This ker, first Chad 'r
; Donnally sec
Lat '. ond; Linda Gerlach third; and r ,,

of that Vlcki Duchscherer, honorablemention
the SNOW, COLD RAIN Snow Is forecast for the Rockies, the southern and ctn. .

tral Plains, moat of the midwest, the Great Lakes regions and parts of the Appalachian Zoology, David Heck, first LAKE SHIPP SCIENCE WINNERS-David Heck, right, was winner;

for I' and the northeastern ....... Rain Is forecast for the lower lections of the Appalachians place; Candice Farkas, second; r of the Lake Shipp Elementary School science fair with his exhibit "A Clone Look AT. r

feel and as far south at the Gulf states The Pacific coast will enjoy fair weather Johnny Brantley third; and Insects". Second runner-up In the annual event was Phil Adams
agencies with mild temperatures. Peter Hubbel and Betsy David.
son, honorable mention.

uct In the Florida Zones Clear LOCAL to partly OUTLOOK cloudy and Five Day ForecastFive Donna Botany Roe Barbara second; Legg Jane,Wak first:. Business Men Hillsborough World War I[ .....

Panhandle warmer today and tonight day forecast for penlnsular field, third; and Susan Bolick, County Fair --
Armour Partly cloudy today bccom High 65 to 70, low tonight 41 Florida for period beginning i Carol Ayers, and Pam Morrison, ,
Chicago; mostly cloudy tonight and to 54. Variable mostly northeast and honorable mention. At Plant
T p.m tonight endingT City
Inc, ; with occasional rain to east winds I to 15 mile ,m. Saturday: i Physics, Phil Adams, first: Slate SpeakerDavid Vets To MeetThe

Inc., ; Continued rather cold. per hour, becoming southeasterly p Temperatures through Saturday Perry Plsanl and Gerald We!. More agricultural and commercial
today 48 to 94, low tonight tomorrow born, tied for second; and Scott
will I to I degrees .
average displays and the largest first meeting of the Veterans -
Calif; to 46. Hunter, honorable mention. R. Enlow, director of *
stitute, North below normal. Little warmer I Health and Medicine, Johnny publications for Christian Bust- and most colorful parade In of World War I,'"win
of but
beginning period turning
Institute Clear to and Family Of Six McKenny first; Brenda Plc-: the history ef the
partly cloudy cooler Wednesday. Sample daily ness Men's Committee International exposition ter Haven Barracks 613, .recently ,
today and tonight High Icy, second; and Rhonda Hill, will
mark the Hillsborough
Ohio ranges: Tallahassee 68 46, Tam. third. (CBMCI) and managing reactivated, will be held'
; the 6fl's, low in the
tonight pa 74.53 and Miami 78.60. Pre I editor of Its County Fair and 29th Florida Wednesday at 7:30: .m. in the
Inc., .. T u e a d a y considerable Chemistry Angella Water, magazine "CBMC p
with.chance of rain. Joins BeymerA cipltation one half Inch extreme first; Mike Stewart, second: Contact", will be the special Strawberry Festival in Plant Tampa Electric Leisure Room,
south to one Inch north portion City March 27, according to
and Greta Hunter third
winds S to 12 miles speaker tomorrow at the In Winter Haven.

regular fair
Rain officials
Tuesday or Wednesday .
Cub There ISO exhibits
hour, becoming easterly were entered I
family of six was received and again about Friday, In the competition, which Tuesday luncheon meeting The parade on Tuesday, the George Siemer, commander;
Central into membership at the Included grades one through of the Christian Business Men's second day of the event, will urges all veterans and their'

,j $ Clear to partly cloudy and 11 a m. Sunday worship servIce six. Committee of Winter Haven. have 25 floats from Plant City wives living in Winter Haven

today and tonight in Beymer Memorial Methodist Temperatures Enlow, formerly copy editor other and elsewhere In addition to or surrounding towns to attend.
61 to 70, low tonight 46 to Church yesterday, the for features Florida State Commander William ..
If Cub Variable mostly northeast to largest group from one family Cattle Market an Orlando Fla, newspaper Additions of another building Robinson of Largo and
By United Press International left for will add 11 booths the
in to
Chicago 19S1 to commercial
Alfred winds S other
to U miles per ever admitted to membershipat district officers will be
Low High become managing editor' of! displays of the exposition '
and becoming southeasterly one time. Albuquerque ...... 14 37 "Christian Life" and release number of present, and will answer questions.
magazine In a
tion of Southwest The pastor, the Rev Leo F. Atlanta ..,.........27 45 the following year he began additional booths for agricultural It Is planned to organize
of : King, preached a Lenten Season Sales Reported aa auxiliary for the ladlea. Refreshments
Clear to and Birmingham .. .... 28 44 his work with CBMCI. displays.Selection .
Lake partly cloudy "Lost-Som. will be
and tonight. sermon on" Boston ......,...... 24 35 Journalism has been his major of the seven final. served!
Bob today thing Precious, a theme he Chicago ............16 30 Interest. He has studied at fists In the race for Strawberry
around 70, low tonight in
conduct Variable north developed at both the 8:30 and. Cleveland ..........15 30 A total of 5,053 cattle and Wheaton College, the Armed Queen from a list of 69 contestants PEOPLE OUTNUMBERED
awards : i SO'a.to east winds mostly S to 15 miles the 11:30 '.m, worship servIces Denver ............ 15 30 calves, 8,167 hogs and pigs, 1 Services Institute and the will be made on the opening MADRID (UPI) Chickens
ed for hour, becoming southeast In the evening he spokeon Detroit ..",..,..... 13 35 horse, 21 goats, and 4 sheep Newspaper Institute of America night, March 2. The selection clearly outnumber people In
families "The Man Who Missed the. Jacksonville ......, 29 55 were sold at 16 Florida live. of the queen and corona Saaln. Latest cenaus figures
,Llons ) Tuesday.Southeast Boat." Both messages emphasized Kansas City ......... 20 38 stock auction markets during He teaches a men's Bible tion ceremonies' will be held on I show there are U million Span.
sponsors Fair and Jatle warmer to the meaning and purposeof Los Angeles ...... 50 72 the past week, according to W, Class in Chicago's suburban Thursday night, March S. lards and 40 million chickens.
I I Mn: with high around 70. Part Lent in effecting a spiritual Miami . .p......... 44 65 O. Whittle, chief of FloridaSlats l Oak Lawn area, and has spoken
[planning rebirth of all Christians durIng Farmers' Market. at various/ conferences, retreats
and Miami Beach...... 48 65
cloudy warmer
U the period leading up to Cross receipts amounted to and rallies. He also For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139
WOMEN"I Tuesday. Low tonight 65 on Twin Cities ........, 1 12
rer SO the Passion and Resurrectionof $346,791 from 13 markets edits the
beach to 5S Inland. Variable New Orleans ........ 42 53 Religious Caravan
made northeast to east winds the Lord. New York .........., 28 37 Individual markets summaries news page In "The AllianceWitness"
At the 11 service the follows
to 15 miles per hour, becom an. Orlando .. "......., 39 60 : ,
JON chancel choir sang the anthem Arcadia, 231 cattle and A special Invitation bas been
southeasterly Philadelphia ....... 23 33
tIITueada7. "Create In Me a Clean caillel. extended to all In the
men area
TO t> .
Phoenix ............35 66
and Heart, 0 God," and Mrs David Glades Belle Glade, 152 cat. by the local CBMC to attend .
Partly cloudy warmer Raleigh: ...,......,.25 42 I'"R..dlong.
Bagwell Building SupplyiMLAR
Fultt, soprano, sang "Jesus tie and calves. the noon meeting at the Park
Wk.n 63
Tuesday. High today .
St. Louis .. .,.... ., 17 36
m,>t, 70, low tonight 60 to 63. the Very Thought of Thee'as San Francisco ,..,.. 47 70 Bonifay, 75 cattle and calve, Restaurant
5.a winds I to 13 miles an offertory solo The Wes 210 hogs and pigs.
Seattle .........,.. 38 52 and
Chorale the anthem Gainesville cattle
hour, becoming east to "ley sang Tampa ........., 40 52 882
OPEN Tuesday 0 Love, that Triumphs Over calves, and 543 hogs and pigs
Washington ......., 27 38
Ke'sPartly Loss" at the evening aeries Intcntitc..' _Seffner.n____. 592--- cattle--- /
cloudy and warmer A number of Memorial and calves. VALUE5 !

Tuesday. High today Church members will participate New Microwave Jay, 97 cattle and calves 280

| to 70 low tonight 80 to 65. in two events at Lakelandthis hogs and pigs, and 19 goats.
winds I to 15 miles week. Today the district System Put Kissimmee, 210 cattle and f
hour becoming east to music workshop will be held calves, and 1 horse FABULOUS SAVINGS ..
Tuesday. In the First Church on Lake Info[ Operation Cattlemen's, Lakeland, 363
Morton and on Wednesday at cattle and calves.

Jl 10:30 a.m. a district Stewardship A new Tampa Electric Com- Suwannee Valley, Live Oak,
Vegetable Workshop will be held any microwave system has 156 cattle and calves, 969 bog '

Today Schedules there been put into operation with 10 and pigs. Ladies' LOAFERS
The monthly family night sup times the power of the old sys Monticello, 95 cattle and
.n per will be held In the social tem and capability of carrying calves, 390 hogs and pile
BURT Meeting tall Wednesday at 1:30: p.m., KM voice channels aa compared Mills, Ocala, 481 cattle and

klRK W. Allen Markham of Okee featuring a musical program to 120 previously.New calves, 738 hogs and pigs, C by "BOOTSTER"and
is general chairman for by the chorus of the Winter equipment was Installedat sheep and 2 goats.Okeechobee .
21st annual convention of Haven Woman's Club. The Euawah Plant City Winter Haven 715 cattle and
church school class will and Dade City. calves. {
Florida Fruit and Vegetable /
AVA bold its regular meeting that In addition to carrying voice Mid Florida, Orlando, 176 cat "COVER GIRL"Save

convention will be held night at 8 o'clock. communications: the microwave tie and calves, 33 hogs and pigs : .
the Americana Hotel Miami Members of Memorial Church system Is also used for tele Cattlemen's Tampa, 482 cattle

Sept. 22, 23 and 24. have been Invited to attend the metering end operation of an- and calves
,, bas served in the Spiritual Life Mission which pervlsory equipment. The mlcowsve Hardee County, Wauchula, 204
Legislature as represen opened Sunday night at St. equipment Is an In. cattle and calves. 500]
4Ittl from Okeechobee County John's Methodist Church with tegral part of the Tampa Elec- Sumter County, Webster 140 I
several sessions. He is a the Rev. Jiles E. Kirkland, trio Division Dialing system cattle and calves.NSFPCC .

of the growers groups, pastor of Manhattan Avenue also just completed. BONE
of its Processed Veg Church, Tampa, as speaker This was the first major FormedLONDON STAN .
and Sub.Tropical Fruits Kirkland will speak each evening change since the company in. '
and chairman of through Friday, Feb. 28. tailed microwave: equipment (UPI) Alan Da. REG, ? BROWN ,
Insurance committee. He is The congregation's fourth ; six years ago.' vldge, In a letter to the Daily I ASSORTED

director of the Florida Vege quarterly conference will be This new dial system ties Mirror today, urged the forma 9,00 3 PASTELS ;
C a n n e r s Association, held Wednesday, March 4, at divisions directly through a tion of a national society for :
of the National Toma 7:30: p.m. with Dr. J. J. Rooks, microwave station at Matanias the prevention of cruelty to
Council and member of the superintendent of the Lakeland Avenue Substation Tampa, ghosts "Ghosts, like castles, Now :
Canners Association district, presiding. making possible a uniform nunv are our heritage, and just as
her scheme. A standard company we protect old castles so
Brant .wide telephone directory ghosts should be protected'
FLORIDA CITRUS EXPOSITION SCHEDULI can be published and less busy Davidge wrote. : '
's lines and communications tie. :
6.U| span, dilly) *t 10 ...... flrtwttVl *'.hlly a lake Silvir, will result. : :
cl... FOX A ups r .
I )0 m 10 p.m. t.k.M hiiUltiat QUEEN Most of the work and I I tlfCDIJ11tp
DAT" will rlf.lntt Str.t*< .h..... a the midway.SATURDAY. the new system was borne asulANCII
MUCH 7-H..rUt Prats beg by General Telephone, but
N 9a Tampa Electric made a size SPtCL IISTJames "
a, Fl.. Crane Ep..ietse; P.r./V 10 ..... able Investment. I Black Patent .
6it. ..d tihibiti pn., 10:10 ...... .
fn4t\ Ci..... li.*.i ... Pr... *rvi.""i, 7 I.m.Publ.4 White Patent 990
I..it.d I ft.00. Draft LawWASHINGTON White Call
H. Cross .
UPI) Sen.

7)0 ".m, FUrU. CtrM 0,.." C*>. ... Kenneth B. Keating, R-N.Y., 239A Third St. S.W. REG. J3.oo _ Now

TUtSOAT, MARCH !.-fU. Chase Preceatwi Deg said Sunday be would push for Pheae CY 4.2444FRANKLIN
.. action on a bill to set up AAAA TO I WIDTHSRed .
to 7 00 p.m., Fie. Crfnii P reurt Dumtr an Independent commission to LIFEINSURANCE Patent
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.. study the draft law and military
manpower problem.
lone Patent
Gnn.fi--! M.y. Hall Keating, in his weekly broad. Life Group
,, IS Mr Mr*** (...... east on New York stations, said MortgageHealth RIG.'r .
THURSDAY. MARCH 12-fmk Pn* beg the present draft law was $15.00 1090
wasteful and inefficient He ft Disability
I ,.....,
FniltmYi Dlnntr- Nal'l Cy.r4! Armcry said it did not provide the kindof Hospitalization
forces or training needed for .
FRIDAY._ MARCH II-A'rIc..rhnml. fey Educational
brush/ire .
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by lnvifatie.ely. or TIME and VII Your e1ktiosoSALONAccount .
SATURDAY, MARCH 14-rhK. Femurs If Ann 118 '
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Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefW. -Today's- ROCKEFELLER'S MILLIONS I Washington WindowBy

I. KTNERSON. Eli+.,.P. IIrh.ri

JOHN W. RYNERSON AtiliUnt .* eke Pubtlihr.tilth. -
LTLB C. WILSON California campaign When
.** J.lly !l.e.., $.+ur/.y) by h. WI...., H...._ Commentary United Press InterniUonil mistakes were available to be
Publl.Mnt C*" In... lit Ire" irr..t. N.W.. WlnUr HIV..,. FI.rNi made Nixon made them, big

CHARLES COSHORH ftn.f.l M Mt.r of The warming sun of better and little. One of the greatest
PITH OkIF luck appears to be shining now was the general conduct of bit
JACK A.l..l.r. lei It., UPI for Richard M, Nixon whose headquarters which alienated
Foreign News Analyst
M.ne ., political obituary .. written friends, turning affection and
"" Notes from the foreign new e.r(5 9Gry prematurely after b. was enthusiasm into ditUte and dis
h NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE cables: licked for governor of Califor interest

Shen..... a At...l.t... In.*. Chleste, III. SoMier-Dlplomat: 14 A'l f.: nia.It The troops Nixon led Into the

"ht..11 *> S....niCI.. ... Man M.H.r 5.0.4, 114 .t h. Pert Offlt.I U.S. Gen. Hamilton HHowie li Nlxon'i good fortune, for 1960 presidential campaign do
: I I.* Wlnt.r H....., FI.rida.nde.c .( March I. I ITt commander of the ,, example, that the first 1960 not now recall with pleasure
Eighth U.S. Army and United ,11.OC _
contest for Republican national their enlistment in his service.:
.j Nations forces in South Korea,
convention delegates In
comes They likely to forget
are more
MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU should be credited with saving \ .
: Nlxon'i relations
Hampshire. It than to recall It with pride.
i' OF CIRCULATIONS ROK-Amerlcan relations from with New Hampshire rob Not 10, for example, the Taft
t possible crisis over recent fata
... en have been warm and for.president soldiers who went
shootings of Korean intruder
friendly. down idol in 1962.
MEMIEft : their
American bases U.S.
on by
Achy M.mb.f UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL sentries. Howze's bolt There was an effort to dump You still meet the Taft men
.NATIONAL EDITORIAL The UnDid ,,... I li ..tltl.d. t. h. ... Army Nixon from the ticket In 1858 coast to coast, and they quickly
statement that Korean authorities !
ASSOCIATION fop r*,Mhllllii .f .111..1! ..... frlnt- at the end of Dwight D. Elaen.hower' will remind you what they
to blame for to
.* In this Mw> .*"r as will ti all UPI! are falling first term. Nixon did were doing when Thomas E.
It" II .
be N.WI DI ,:. keep thieves away from mill.t.1' ,
that In New
not campaign I
) camps calmed down the year Dewey and Co., kidnapped the
ADVERTISING DEADLINI Korean press and public. Dan Hampshire. But there was a 1952 Republican national convention -
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT, Nixon-tor-vice president write- in behalf of Eisen
ly the Ward I P,M. Pr.yl.ul D.,. ly t h. loch 1 P.M. ,.. ." Diy ger possible public protest In by 22,202 New Hampshire hover ,
L..I N. le.n I P M. r>*vlut D.y. Jund.y Edit''... D.UIIn.t Friday, seems to have passed and the Republican In the March 13, Nixon must overcome anof,
situation li under control
DISPLAY Sunday DEPARTMENT Editl.1 l P M., Thur.d.yt M.nd.y. Ultl.n-J P.M. FrMiyf Slow Going: 195< primary. That scuttled the that and more. But like him or

Tab day Edition-Netn. Saturday; W.dn.td.y, thu..d., end Frld./ The Genevan disarmament atop-Nixon effort led by HaroldE not, be can't be shrugged: oft
Edition' *-I P.M. Two Days In Adv.ne. conference is expected to recess Staisen and suspected by He would have licked Kennedy "' '
some persons to have President In 1960 with little bit of
a luck,
for about six weeks starting
Member South.rn N...,.,., '.IIIIh... Ati.el.tl.n Elienbower'l content.Nlxon'i .
M.mb.r Florid. Prau An.el.tl.n at Easter By then official ytiV' 1.rit'1 il a tiny bit. As it was, Nixon
believe East and West will have f New Hampshire polled S4.108.548 votes to Ken.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES completed their position atatementa friends now are promoting another nedy'a 14,227,096.Hindsight .
.t ly Carrier or Moil write-In for their hero, reveals
Tsar, $11.20| t menthe, $.IOr| I ....n'h.. $485 I month. $185, on where to go next. By ';i this time for the Republican In which Nixon could many have ways
wwkly' IS cant. Single Copl.. Daily. i cant| Sunday, 10 nti. late May or June, it is hoped fw'r T presidential nomination A fat wonthat
concrete negotiations will let > l ( rFm election It is reasonable to
TELEPHONE CY,r..il-Jltl underway on specific measures Nixon vote next March 10 believe that Nixon would be a

Few people expect the Russiam !. would project him far Into the stronger candidate If nominatedthis

to agree to tit down to presidential contest. year than in 1960.
For concrete negotiations before Nixon has other things going
A Thought Today"Finally
for him. For example:
-:, then.Divided -The assassination of President
: AmericanHistory
I John F. Kennedy and Sen.Bal'l' .
West Berlin Mayor Willy
brethren whatsoever things true
art Goldwater'i
Brandt took over bit new job ) campaign
whatsoever things art honest, whatsoever things are as head of the West German operations so far In New Hampshire

jutt, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are Socialist party on condition that G senator seem a somewhat to have: made less formidable the MonthOne

lovely/ whatsoever things are of good report} if therebe he Berlin's also mayor could remain a post in ai which Wes opponent.

any virtue, and if there bt any/ praise, think on these he la assured of keeping his -Alter Goldwater, Nixon generally of our youngest Revolu

things" Phil. 4:8 name before the German pea Wall Street is regarded ai the most tionary heroes was Andrew
ple. But Western Allies are con TelevisionBy In Reviewvisit conservative Republican among J
"Lovely" amiable. A sour and crabbed temper In the 1964 presidential hopefuls. Jackson seventh presi
cerned, both that the burden dent. He
joined the
a professor of religion will undo all the good that he may be too heavy for Brandt's And there ii considerable evidence forces at a lid Revolutionary being cap--

attempts to do. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett health and that be will be away RICK DU BROW which la delightful on one Chatter for conservative of Republican enthusiasm tured by the British when he
i nominee.
from Berlin too much of the !
was only 13. His mother, nuns.Ing
time. Brandt li the Socialists'hope HOLLYWOOD UPI) ABC. band but not very conducive to -Nixon la qualified to cam. wounded Americans it the

for next chancellor of TV, which previously offered a "far-reaching study" on the NEW YORK'UPI( ) Thomson paign effectively on foreign affairs British prison wn able to'get I

l News-Chief Editorials West Germany examinations of Soviet education other. On saw pretty much 1 McKinnon says "putting issues which promise to Andrew released. tt
: and women, both filmed In be major Issues this year He Is
Amnesty for Terrorists what one expected to see-and aside emotional reactions to He won fame In the IndianWara '
President Charles de Gaulle Moscow, Sunday presented a better qualified in that field when he act an exampleof
look at Russian youngsters on the promised "startling close- movements of the stock averages than the other Republicans and
tOur la said to be thinking of grantIng endurance by subsisting I on '
Senator amnesty to second.ranking the cblldren'i show "Dlicov ups of the Kremlin" were not whether they cross BOO or President Johnson, to boot. hickory nuts, whence nil nickname -

; former Secret Army Organlta- ery." very startling. In the 1963 special 850, the prudent Investor should Nixon might be expected to "Old Hickory" Rte

Senator Spessard Holland Bartow, representing lion (OAS) terrorists now serving The half.hour broadcast was "The Soviet Woman," the cautiously look to the future." benefit in another campaign greatest achievement was in

Florida in the United States Senate has announced that various jail sentence De- the first of two "Discovery ABC narrator admitted there "The dynamic part of the advance from the experience of his mistakes winning the Battle of New Orleans
Gaulle also about Soviet children from the lows of 1962 In 1960 and his gubernatorial where 4000 Americana
M Is seeking his fourth term for the same position : ii said to feel that programs restrictions No
this Is not the time to release and was also shot In Mos were some one probably has spent its force blooper in California.Not held off 14.000 British with t
During his three terms he has done an excellent job for I ex-Gen. Raoul Salan or other cow. As for its merit the chief laid anything Sunday, but there and despite the vigor of some much went right for Nixon ion of only seven Americana

tha-Florida people. And more, he has done an excellent top leaden serving life sentences plus wn limply in giving was a feeling that the program stocks comprising the 30 Dow In 1960 nor thereafter In his killed and six wounded

job' for all of the people of the United States. lie is In Tulle ,jail in central American youngsters i picture did not get very close to Its sub industrials the market may.
Trance. of of their Russian counerpartij well be In the process of formIng
Meanwhile, talk of DeG tome
classified. a middle-of-the-roader never letting either ject. YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
toll. trips to Russia and Scandinavia : and, considering that at lent an Intermediate iON !
the liberals or the conservatives force him Into any can be ruled out for the ABC series is, after all, top. Perhaps the first Important
situation that isn't for the good of his nation as he lack of time. Ills program already aimed at children and expending Ckaiaet Swim Joan reaction or Interruption to the WDM-TV WPIA-TT WPTY TY i WTVT-IV
is filled. But officials say their outlook, that i I. an entirely Blondell and William Demarest uptrend will come with passageof Chooses t CkMMl ICM Cb. a l a Ca wnMlCSS I$ '

sees it. they are in the cards for 196, admirable) purpose. appear on CBS.TV's "Twilight tax reduction legislation." Orinrf Tamp NBC Ore.de ABC Temp' r \
-iWe can see no reason why this fine gentlemen along with a probable African Perhaps a brief television Zone" March 13 in a tale of a

shouldn't have another term. He is respected in and tour show such ai this one, If It 11to henpecked cab driver who sees Shearson Ha mm 111 It Co. con
his life his television tinues believe "that the Monday NIGHT February 24
Easter Message! hold children's interest, cannot own on to market
out .
of the Senate and Washington. He is called
uponto set It shows him bumping off meansured by the familiar
Vatican sources expect Pope really do much more after ; as
do difficult jobs, does them well and has never backed Paul VI to make some dranatlc all, considering It li on a com'merclal his wife. !"The Beverly Hill averages, will remain reasonably t:09-N.w. News, Sparta, N...., W.ttK.f IM. New

away from a fight in which he believes that he is on Easter move in connec- network. And there is bllll.." continue to wallop firm but not likely to IS-S".h., WlK.f Weather EdIUrltl, Sp'ts h...., Wth.f ,
4,10-CUN.w, y4:4tCIS
the Ion with Christian unity. It much to be said for merely aequalntlng "Ben Casey" In their beadonI show very dynamic progress NBC NewABC News CIS Newt
right side. We didn't with
agree him on the nuclear could come in American youngsterswith competition.It and obviously will not be Immune Newt NBC News Orbit CIS New

$Issue, but he would indeed be a strange man if all ment of commission an announce-for theological the boys and girls of foreign now seems that the Judy to temporary minor corrections 7iOO -0,,... Yea Dent. Sty Hare Gun Mvle

agreed with him 100 per cent of the time. He did anutatandinl' dialogue, It also could lends while leaving eonv Garland series will be replsced In line with the pattern 7.ll-pl9.i, Yee Deaf Sty Will! T.I| "O The
come In an Easter plicated details for their later on CBS-TV April S by two half- that has prevailed for 7,3D-T. Tail Troth M...4 Outer Units w..trf.t"
bit the
amendment menageiroposlng
poll-tax and the
on contacti enlightenment 1 hour game shows .One, in about a year now many stocks 7i4l-T. Tail Truth the Merles Outer Limit.' M'rUn hudeh00I've
new In the
entire nation lauds him for this. His stand on the Christian world or In an encyclical For the adult viewer, however which the contestants are millionaires will make substantial upside A Secret ",,1.... .{ Out, Limit.' I. Mute 5.1_'

present.Civil Rights Bill, which would make slaves of on unity and the modern this first program was a has alretdy been announced. progress while many others will III I-I've A Sor.t '1.,..." Outer Llmlti Marie,

all of us, makes it plain that he is against it, in its scientific world At any rate, rather bland study with a .And, with Ed Sullivan suffer sinking spell, We suggest I Ml:JO-UcSh.w Lucy Show Ri.h.rd I rt.* Wage, Tr.lriW.fM Mo.i.
something big II expected. peaches-and-cream tone except deciding against expandingbis that our clients maintain a Kymrf. Mtiity Tr.l Maria

present form. Florida and the nation need Spessard for a fascinating English program to 90 minutes, another : substantial portion of their In- ':00-Danny Thames Monday. W... Tr.l Thm
(i Danny
Holland for another four yearnr lesson exercise in a classroom; game offering baa been vestable funds In common 0I 11 Otftny Thames the M.vlti W..*n Trilii Danny Th.....|.
yet this type of sequence, for scheduled. stocks" MO-.Andy CrlfMhti4l Hollyw.04 W...n Tr.lnWt Andy Griffith I
Memories- all its Interest, bad also been -An4y Griffith Th. Start |.n Tr.ln' Andy. Griffith. _

This We Don't Like shown on the previous special -Quotes From The NewsI I 10:CO-*..,. S..VI Slog, Along lf..llnf Pilot' East Sl about Russian education. The I 10.5-.
20 YEARS AGO Wilt Side with Mltth Irt.klnf P.lnt .,' Side
I see by the papers that the government Is about Tie Winter Haven Hospital only reason I bring up this I 10,1D-1e. SI!V Slog. Along .,..kln. feint. East SM./

to close down and ruin a very fine industry .-'' the Women's Auxiliary reported the I matter of the adult reaction (is By United Press InteraaUoaal WASHINGTON Chairman 10145W. Side with Mit.h lr.hlnf hint. Want Side

urn of $600 proceeds derived bat ABC had described the"Discovery" MIAMI BEACH-Thomas W. Wilbur D Ark. of the |III0o-N.w.| News, Spt. Wtr
Florida( East Coast Railroad. The FEC didn't call this D. Mills. N.wllln. New, "...s
from the annual Charity Ball two-p.rter ai a (Teddy) Gleason. president of 11,11-Spirt., WthirIli3 Tonight. Show E'I.I. WIlier W'th.r, EUrltl
ftrike that has plagued the road for over a year; the held at the Winter Haven Arm. 'far-reaching study" And the the International Longshore- House Ways Means Commit -Th.ttr. .f Tnif Sh.... Central Rearing. 20's

pnion did. The union will not meet in open nor have ory. first part was certainly tot man's Association, commentingon tee, discussing the possibilityof 'IMS- the Star Tonight. Show Florida Mr" Irving 20's

10 YEARS AGO that.The the maritime unions' boycott a tax cut beyond the $11.1
the negotiations recorded by tape BO that the public The Florida Supreme Court dominant flavor of the of ships scheduled to haul billion bill now before Congress Tuesday MORNINA February 25

Ian know the issues it wants to dictate to a private ruled that county commission- show was of a happy holiday wheat to Russia until the government :

concern how it is to run its business. Meanwhile, appal sirs must be nominated In countywide agrees to send half "Whether we will realize the 7,0I-W..u, Today Show Goad Day

ling acts of violence have been committed against the primary elections rather RADIO the wheat in US. vessels: opportunities for further tax 7,15Mn'' Today Show N.n God Day
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FEC &; its property. We have no quarrel with the 8 YEARS AGO we're going to stay that way part on bow well government 7145M."I. Today Shaw Mlihia Eras Gad Day

Union, it can strike, that it It. right but we do feel Police were seeking the Ident- WINT until we get a solution." expenditures are controlled" S:00-Caphls today Show Mitt.. Eqm. Captain

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Monday, February 24, 1964 '.g.5.

Miss Penny Coates Weds Charles It Beasley Local Women

,f The First Presbyterian Take Awards At Gallop Club Mardi Gras Ball Is Weekend Highlight .

Church was the setting Friday
night at eight o'clock Winter Haven Wom A gala Mardi Gras Bell prepared by members from special dance. Later the girls Hood, has Humphrey, Kathy
for the wedding of Miss Pen.. an's Club fill well represented was held Saturday evening at Weitwood SchooL were able to claim their partner Kendrlck, Lee Mattes, Linda
lope Ann Coates, daughter of at the District I Festival the Pollcem n' Recreation The evening began with la the same manner May, Patty McCarty.
Mrs. Virginia R. Coates and l vf : .'law ry; of Arts held at the Se Building on Lake IdylwUd by members arriving in every Packages of serpentine and Allison Mciver Danis Me
Jsmes L. Coate. of this city, h bring Hotel In Sebring, Friday members of the Gallop Club. disguise to be Imagined A favors were distributed to Klbben, Avis Parsons, Barbara
and Charles Edwin Bessley, W M. when paintings were displayed Llfeslze clowns and colorful grand march was held and each member and guest. Dancing Jo Pounds, Kathy Price,
son of Mr and Mrs. Edwin __ M by members Mrs. B. dragons let the theme. The costumes were Judged by Mr. was enjoyed throughout Gerl Sturgess, Melinda Sor-
K. Beasley, of Winter W. Olin, Mrs W. J. Peterson dance floor sidelines featured and Mrs. Lee Ellis and Mrs the evening. relit, Barbara Simpson Scot
J Hsven. Mrs. J. P. Plenums, Mrs varied colored masks with Homer Hand Christine Hood made the ty Turnbull, Martha Wether.
,, The Rev James Blackwood George Martin and Mrs A. Uttered eye. The fireplace Record certificates were decorations for the affair. Ington, Susan Wyllys and June
performed the,, double ring *'. P. Porter, Crafts, ceramics was the focal point of the awarded for the following costumeii Chaperones for the event were Welgert.
ceremony before an altar decorated and sewing wert shown by room and held "Puff The Prettiest Mar t y Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wether- Mike Adams, Jeff Beasley.
p in an all-white color Mrs. J. P. Plemons, Mr. Magic Dragon", four feet !long, Losey, In a green satin Arabian Ington, Mrs. R. K. Harmon Wes Berry, Bill Doty, David'
theme. White fluted gladioli Milton Luna, Mrs. George caught In a fish net. Multicolored outfit trimmed in gold and Mrs. Elm Hood. Field, Dan Haloes Tommy
and chrysanthemums in pedestal Martin and Mrs. Lee Hane,. bells were impended sequins; Most original-Dan Invited guests were Billy Hart Robert Hart, Richard
baskets were flanked t Prizes In the Literature from the ceOln,. The dance Haines, as an African native Gregory, Dallas Powell. Dusty Hitchcock Rob Roenahal.
on either side by seven Contest went to Mr. W. Henry floor wu lighted with revolving complete with a bone In the Triplett, Ronnie Burrell, George Jacoby, Billy Kirk,
branched candelabra. Brown, a blue ribbon, a colored lights. nose; funniest costume, Bil! Jeff Carter, Dave Jones, Russell Jerry Lincoln, Donnie Locke,
Robert Branson vocalist "t"u white ribbon and an honorable The refreshment table, a ly Kirk, as a blonde flapperin Hart and Bill Gannoway. Marty Losey, Johnny May,
and Florence Cox: Wilson, organist mention for her poems, highlight throughout the eve. a mink coat; and best Members attending were Gary May, James Okula
presented a programof F "Loves Other Face", "The sing. held a variety of tasty couple, Christine Hood and Patty Alderman Suzanne At Steve Relnts, Arnold Spanjers,
1' nuptial music Substitute", and "Truth is goodie Lime aherbert punch, Arnold Spanjers, authentic as dred, Lee Bice, Nancy Bradford Jimmy and Mike Tucker
I Given fat marriage by her Where You Find It". Mra. decorated cookies, .a a Is, Raggedy Ann and Andy. Faith Con, Nancy Don Quentoa Tlce, Randy Turn-
d father the bride wore a lovely I 'a \ Milton Luna received a red eaves, chips, dip and small During the evening balloons moo, Sally Gentler, Jane and bull, Joel Norris, Ronnie and
ballerina length gown of ribbon for hr poem, "Rerun", barbecued meatball were were given to the boyis. Each Kay Harmon, Sara Jane Hart, Steve Owen.Hospital.
peal de sole. Tie sculptured In the painting group Mrs. served. Refreshments were contained I girls name for I Caroline Hitchcock Christine

bodice was fashioned with a Plemons won a red ribbon ,_ r
t scooped neckline and elbow In the Landscape section and News
-J length sleeves. The skirt was Mrs. Martin a white ribbon
in the Stilllfe section.!
softly folded and a wide cummerbund SUNDAY'S .
.: of Alencon lace en. In crafts Mrs. Plemons won ADMISSIONS
a blue ribbon for a lovely Haven .
"I circled her waist The bride's Master
l four-tiered veil of silk Illusion I.w handmade cross stitch quilt, Richard L.Billy Briedenbsek.,
and Mrs. Porter blue ribbonfor Hendricka, Master
,' was held by I queens a James McConnell Rich
,' crown of lace embellished a handmade rug. Both
; ard Cole, Dr. W. M. Neater,
Mrs. A. P. Porter and Mrs.
'J With pearls. j
Mrs. Zonie
W. Weatherford
1 ,
Martin received honorable
The bride's twin sister, Larry Cllett, James Scott,. ,
f Sandra Louise, was maid of MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E BEASLEY mentions. for ceramics Jesse J. Roller Mrs Charles
entries.Winter .
honor. She wore a pink taffeta Smith, Mrs. Norman L. Hasty
Ii sheath overlaid with wristlet of white carnations. Mr. and Mrs Charles E. May- Haven members at Nolan Ganey.
white organza, and carried a Mrs. Beasley selected a hugh of Bradenton, Mr. and the meeting and luncheon Avon Park

and cascade white arrangement carnations.of pink cream and gold brocade Mn. E. B. Riley of Nashville were Mrs. Mra.W. J.Harry Peterson C. ,Green Mrs., I t+1N1 I, Master Jeffery Grlffett.Anbnrndale .

sheath dress for her _'I Term., Mrs. Evelyn W. Henry Brown, Mrs. A. l
i t Miss Sally Jo Coates! served Larry Galbreath, Mrs. Waiter -
Snively Hosklns of Riviera P. Porter, Mrs Lee Halley,
She ,
: her sister as an attendant wedding wore corsage M. Roberta, Charles A.
Beach and Mr and Mrs. Clifford Mrs Milton Luni and a guest "
tf white Patterson
She wore a gown similar to camellias.
that worn by the maid of hon. A reception was held In Wallace of Tampa Mra. E. Bleiler. Raises City .

or. She also carried a cascade tie church where thebride' Mrs. Herschell N, AngUn-
arrangement of pink and parlors WINTER HAVEN DAILY N WSC"IgGordon = I Samuel E. Wethertngton,. ,
table centered
white carnations: was Mrs Joseph N. Macchloqe, .
Mrs. Coate chose for her with a tiered cake and flanked I Mrs. Louis C. Sasier.
daughter's wedding, a light by lighted tapers. t DavenportM.
blue Italian silk salt with Miss Mary Ann Hill of >Qr 1 l 1' J Hammack, Mrs Hsitl .
matching accessories and aNew Gainesville presided at the Lancaster.Mlsml
bride's book. Assisting In the I Ily
hospitalities were Miss Bar. A t Mrs Nora R. .Smith.
barba Simmons of Tampa, Dundee
Arrivals Miss Karen Ferriot of Akron Mrs Richard C. Campbell._
Ohio, Miss Mary Jo Eagle Lake
Keefe, Mrs Alfred Estes, Mrs. Delbert Ward.
It. Mr. and Mrs Bruce: Bed!
Mrs. Marshall H. Dougherty SUNDAY'S DISMISSALS
ford son T:27: a.m. Friday,
Mrs. Omer R. McDull Winter Haves
eight pound., tight ounce. and Mrs. Joe Keefe, of Win Cites] by OlLLIC SUB Mrs. Engene Alexander and
Mr. tad Mrs Koaald J. ter Haven. Infant daughter, George Ba.
Johnson, Auburndale, ton Out of town guest attend. sett, Miss Janice Carroll
1.24:: ajn. Friday, nine pounds log the wedding wert Mr. Around The Town AN UNLIKELY TRIO Miss Judy Hill. Miss Julie
two ounces and Mrs. A. P. Clark of Or But, they were prize win- Jordan, Mrs. William Rivers,
Mr. and Mrs Stephen W lando, the maternal grandparents users for costumes at the Baby Tamela Smith, Mrs
Gayle, ton, I:U p.m. Friday, of the bride; Mr. and M. Mead Receives t tc Gallop Club party Saturday John Temer, Mrs. Mamie ,
tight! pounds, ont ounce. Mrs James W. Coates of St. tw night. Above, left to Toole, William H. Ystes.Auburndale .
Petersburg, the paternal : right, Billy Kirk (Funniest),
Mr. and Mrs Robert H. grandparents of the bride; Mrs. George R. Cameron,
Marty Loiey, prettiest costume
4 BoMett Lake Alfred ton, Mrs. Katherine Grand of Academy Achievement AwardGordon and Dan Haines, molt Baby George M. Whidden Jr.
11:11: pm. Friday nine Bradenton, the bridegroom's. original. Christine Hood Eagle Lake
pounds tnt ounce. 1 1ti .
Miss Allca King.Baleee
grandmother; Miss Angela
A Mr so* Mt.+.. A. I. Mrtcfcla Beau of New Orleans, La., M. Mead Winter Haven, has been, pro ana Arnold Span/on/ left, City .
.i, Haiaet City, daughter. were chosen the cutest Miss Charlotte Swain.
rented with a Silver A for academic achievement during couple, for their
1:31: a.m. Saturday, nine Raggedy Sebrlng
,pounds, tour and a half the first semester at Culver Military Academy ; Ann and Andy coitumes. Baby Marcus Tanner

ounces.M Murphy.Burns Culver Ind. lie is the son of :Mr. and Mrs Gordon V. .' - -- - -

*. and Mrs. Domald W. MarriageIs Mead. 960 Oleander Drive, SE. I! ,
ffeodtoa son 11:39: am.
Silver A's
are presented! to students who average I
Saturday, five pounds, ont anda AnnouncedMr.
half ounces. 4.56 quality points (between C" plus" and "B") I Ie.1 Is

I Mr. fed Mrs. Murray p. and Mrs. Ernest Barn. based on semester trades for four or more units of

Gay Jr., daughter, 4:27: p.m. ard of Orlando, announce the work, who receive no grade lower than "C plus" in all

Saturday, six pounds, two and marriage of their daughter., full-credit subjects, and whose citizenship grade is"good"
a quarter ounce.. Miss Sheila Murphy, to Roderick
Campbell Burns, son of for the grading period.
Mr. awl Mr*. H. N. Anglltf Mrs Jim Burns of Winter 'I

Babes City, son 2.28: a.m. Haven and the late Captain John S. (Lynn) Howard o! The Cancer Society will
yesterday, six pounds, two Burns. San Jose, Calif., a former h.l
Thursday at the WomaD"

and a half ounces.Mr. The ceremony took place at Winter Haven resident Is !
Clubhouse at nine .
and Mrs. Zonk VTestherford Sacred Heart Church in visiting here for several days a m.
daughter, TOS: p.m. Homestead, on February 8th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs to make bandages and dressIngs. .

yesterday, seven pound., seven at three o'clock, with Mon. Lisle Davis .
and a quarter ounces seigneur! Buahey officiating.Mr. I
and Mrs. Let 3. Bar. Gamma Chapter, Chi Omega Al/e Robert D. Miller is .l
field and Mrs. J. M. Burnsof Sorority, Florida State being reassigned to Little
LaMondsSTUK University, announces! the
Winter Haven, attended the
of Rock AFB, Ark. following his
pledging Miss Mary Cavanaugh
HOUSI BAR wedding from this area. -
graduation from the technical
The reception was held at daughter of Mr. and
LOUNGI the home of Captain and Mrs Mrs. John Cavansugh of Win training count for USAF accounting

Cholc. Sttalts Russell Schultz, at Homestead ter Haven specialists at Seep <
Air Force B.... Mrs. pard AFB, Tex: Ht Is the son :
Dancing FrI. I Sat. Schultz Is a sister of the bride Wednesday will be Ladles of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mil- Missionary To Address WSCSDr. I
No Cover, No and was her matron of boner Card Region Day Yacht again and at the Country Lake Icr, 1792 11th Street NE.

Minimum Captain Schultz the
bride away. Lee Barfield was Club. Mrs. Thomas V. Snivt- Steve Hedge, Virgil Gray Vela Cleveland, misilonary gin at (:.45 a,m. and the
W Cypress Garden M. the best man. Peters Icy Sr. will and Mrs.be hostesses.Malcolm and Jim Hicks were in Day accompanied by Mrs. meeting will be called to
tons Beach yesterday for the
Pet g.ssn./las. Mr. and Mrs. Burns art Members may lake non Daytona 500-mile stock car David R. Thurman of Miami, order at 10 a,m. by Mrs.
Phone CY J-M23 presently residing In Home member guests. Prizes will races at Daytona International conference president will be Stanton Lander, Alturas, district
stead.GIANTS .
be awarded at each table.
Speedway special guests at the annual president. Everyone Is I
Play will begin at 11 a.m.
and will be resumed at ont Mr. and Mrs. Gent Freed meeting of the Methodist Wo asked to bring her own
o'clock following luncheon man's Society of Christian sandwich for lunch and, If "I
and daughter, Carol, of Sara-
Iota wert weekend guests of Service of the Lakeland District children are cared for In the I '
] Army Prt. James R. Hub- Mr. and Mrs Richard G. Monday, (March 2) Nursery, bring lunch for DRIVE IN TO BANKMonty's 1I
hell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Freed at their home on Bates at the Methodist Temple them
Kenneth W. Hubbell, 2007 Avenue. Church In Lakeland. Dr.
Ninth Street NW, has been Dr. Vela Cleveland, missionary
Cleveland and
Mrs. Tburman have .
a good thing to on a '
assigned to the 15th artilleryat speaker, received her I
Bryan Carson, son of Mr. will be the principal speakersat
Needs An Experienced Homestead. Air force and Mrs. Leslie Carson, Is in the meeting which will first appointment to India In "rainy day." But there's no sense In slosh.
Bast.Pythian Winter Haven Hospital undergoing also feature the election and April, US where she was I
treatment for burns installation of District officers assigned to the Ellen Tho- Ing through spring showers to get it. Make
'B I. I. r., Haven about the fact and bands. Ht a pledge service, presentation burn Cowan Memorial Hospital I
APPLIANCE SALESMAN Temple of 28, will officers hold Installation Thursday was hurt last Thursday while i of special memberships Koisr, India. There Dr. I withdrawals} or deposits, without leaving ;
working on an experiment in i and the "Shower of Cleveland does full time anesthesia I
night at eight o'clock lathe science (Gifts" for Dr. Cleveland. some pediatrics and your car Our outside teller windows are ;
K of P Hall
Mrs. P. A.
Good Starting Salary The Literature Room will serves as secretary of the
Gerkt Most Excellent will be Installed as Mr. and Mrs Herb Camp1 1 be opened at 9.15: a.m. An informal Methodist Medical Scholar- open during all regular banking hours.
Vacation With Pay Chief.Mrs. hell of New Albany, Ind., I "Ifymn Sing" will be ship program in India.
Howard Shelly of Man. have been spending several *' I Drive in! .I.Itl
Discounts On Purchases cheater Pa. arrived today weeks In Leesburg.. Duringthe

for a visit with her mother, past weekend they were IMPROVEMENT
Opportunity for Advancement Mrs Beasts M. Dunham, and the guests of friends la Win
with other relatives.Mr. ter Haven and Orlando
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -, Today's ROCKEFELLER'S MILLIONS I Washington WindowBy '

W I. RYNfMON. Edite! ,.Publi.h., : .\

JOHN W. RYNMSON. AultUM ,. ,,U 'ybll.n.T ; When
a LYLE C. WILSON California campaign.

'u II..d ".lIt ,....,. Sah r<.y) by the WlnUr He*.. CommentaryBy VnlN Press International mistakes were available to bs
':r-ubll.hln. C*" l III'. U* H **.st. N.W. WI lit.. Hu", FlerUa made Nixon made them, big !
The warming sun of better
and little. One of the greateat
CHARLES COSHORd ft*n nt M.II.'.' luck appears to be shining now was the general conduct of hit
PHIL NEWSOM for Richard M. Nixon whose alienated \
JACK IEAHANPETER A.i.l f* Hlter headquarters which I
UPI Foreign News AnalyatNotei politic obituary was writtenprem.btr.ly friends, turning affection and
J. SULLIVAN AeVrerHilnj' M,nM.f from the foreign news rS: after he was enthusiasm Into dislike and die I

S NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVI cables: t licked for governor of Califor Interest. '

Slunn I A....l.*... Ins Cnl.*e.. IU.hl..d SoHler-Diplomat: MAB( f -s eiT nia.It The troops Nixon led Into the
Off. US. Gen. Hamilton R.Howie sd It NIxon'i good fortune, for 1960 presidential campaign do
.. M.II M.H.r !.. a. l 1924 .f .k. !
.. {..en.1 CI.
commander of the
that the drat 1960
example, recall with pleasure
I* Wln .r H.v.". FI.I..... miJif ..> et Mircti I, 117* Al1.OC not BOW
U.S. and United "
Eighth Army contest for Republican national their enlistment In his service.

: Nations forces in South Korea, .. convention delegates cornea In They are more likely to forget

:e ,; MEMIER AUDIT BUREAU should be credited with saving \.. New Hampihlre. Nlxon'i rela- it than to recall It with pride.

( ,7' CIRCULATIONS ROK-Americaa relations from lions with New Hampshire vot- Not so, for example, the Taft

.... possible crisis over recent fatal era have been warm and tor-president soldiers who went
shootings of Korean Intruders friendly. down with their idol in 1W2.

MEMBER on American bases by US. There was an effort to dump You still meet the Taft men,
M. ...
.NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unit.1. frm I U mtHM t. fh. ... Army sentries. Howte'a bold Nixon from the ticket In MM coast to coast, and they quicklywill
!Korean authorities
statement that at the end of Dwight D. Eleen.hower' remind what they
h' ,*ullll..tlil l *f all Uttl ... r you
ASSOCIATION .4 'in this' ,.wsp.p.r .1 will .1 all rlnt.! are to blame for ailing to first term. Nixon did were doing when ThomaaE.Dewey .
; ln4 N.wi DiiMtch.t. keep thieves away from mlll not campaign that year In New and Co., kidnapped the
tary camps calmed down the r. tP But there
Hampahlre. was a 1952 Republican national convention
ADVERTISING. DEADLINI Korean press and public. Danger Nixon.for-vlca president write. In behalf of Elsen.bower. '

CLASSIFIED ly tl<*I W.rii DEPARTMENT I P.M. r>*vlus D.y. ly At Inthi I P..... PravbM Day. of possible public and protests the i f k in by 22,202 New Hampshire ,.
Ufil I N.fle.ii I P M. .,..1..11 Day. Sunday. E"III.! Dtadllnai Friday. seems to have passed Republicans In the March IS, Nixon must overcome au.. !
DISPLAY' DEPARTMENT. situation Is under control. 1956 primary. That scuttled the that and more. But like him or

Su.d.y MiUn-I PM. Thu.d." Monday Idltlo! _I P.M. Frldayi Slow Going: atop.Nixon effort, led by HaroldE. not, he can't be shrugged off
Tuaiday iditlen-Nei Saturdiyi Wadnaiday, Thunday and Friday Th. Genevan disarmament C. .taa.v Staaien and suspected by He would have licked Kennedy ''
Editiens.1 P.M. Tw. D." In Advanca. conference is expected to recess .
to have President
some persons in 1960 with a little bit of luck,
M.mb.r Southern N.wip.p.r Publlihart Aintt.tl for about six weeks starting .-" Elienhower'i consent. a tiny bit. Ai it was, Nixon
_Mambar larlda 'r... Aiio.lttlen at Easter. By then officials tthO' srit'aa ifa Nixon'a New Hampshire polled 34,108,546 votes to Ken
believe East and West will have
friends are promoting another
now nedy's 24,227,099.Hindsight .
completed their position statements write.in for their hero
ly Carrlar af Mail : reveals many ways
Y..", flltOi i menthe, |t''10: I months $485; I month, $1.111! on where to go next. By this time for the Republican In which Nixon could have won t
__itl". II *nti. llnglo Caolaii Dilly I 1111"1| Sunday, 10 .it.. late May or June, it U hoped, presidential nomination A fat that election. It Is reasonable to ,
concrete negotiations will get Nixon vote next March 10 believe that Nixon would be a
TELEPHONE CYp.auJJHI underway on specific mesiura would project him far into the stronger candidate If nominatedthis
Few people expect the Russians
presidential year than In 1960.
to agree to alt down to Nixon his other things going

A Thought For Today concrete negotiations before for him. For example:

.:, then. -The aisssilnatlon of Presi AmericanHistory
Divided Interests: dent John F. Kennedy and Sen. "
West Berlin Mayor Willy
"Finally, brethren, whatsoever thing art true, Barry Goldwater'a campaign
Brandt took over his new Job
far In New
operations ao Hampshire
whatsoever thing art honest, whatsoever eking are as head of the West German sht t? seem to have made the

just, whatsoever th.inglre pure, whatsoever things are Socialist party on condition that ; '; senator a somewhat less (or* MonthOne :

lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there. he Berlin's also mayor could ,remain a post In aa whichhe West mldable opponent.
Goldwater Nixon
be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these is assured of keeping his After la regarded as, the most generally of our youngest Revolu

thingt." Phil. 4S name before the German pea Wall Street conservative Republican among tionary heroes was Andrew

"Lovely" amiable. A sour and crabbed temper Ina ple. But, Western both that Allies the are burden concerned Television In ReviewBy I the 1964 presidential hopefuls. dent.Jackson He, joined later the seventh Revolutionary presi

And there Is considerable evidence
professor of religion will undo all the food that he may be too heavy for Brandt's of Republican enthusiasm forces aa a lad. being cap

attempts to do. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett health and that he will be away RICK DU BROW visit, which ia delightful on one Chatter for a conservative nominee. turgid by the British when hewas
on1113. Hi. mother, nuraing
from Berlin too much of the
time Brandt li the Socialists' HOLLYWOOD (UPI) ABC. hand but not very conducive to Nixon la qualified to campaign wounded Americana at the

hope for next chancellor of TV, which previously offered a "far-reaching study" on the NEW YORK:'(UPI) '!'bllm..on effectively on foreign affairs British prison, was able to get I
EditorialsOur examinations of Soviet education much issues which promise to Andrew released. it
News-Chief West Germany. other. One saw pretty & McKinnon says "putting
< and women, both filmed in be major issues this year. He is He won fame in the Indian '
Terrorists and
Amnesty for what one expected to see aside emotional reactions to
better In that field
Moscow, Sunday presented a qualified Wars where he set an exampleof
President Charles de Gaulle
the promised "startling closeupi of the stock averages .
movements than the other Repnblicans and
of look at Russian youngsters on endurance by subsisting I oahickory
la said be
to thinking grantIng
Our Senator the children's show "Discov of the Kremlin" were not whether they cross BOO or President Johnson, to boot. nuts, whence his nickname
to second-ranking
amnesty I.
former Secret Army OrganUation ery." very startling. In the 1963 special 850 the prudent Investor should Nixon might be expected to "Old Hickory," HI.

*, Senator Spessard Holland, Bartow representing (OAS) terrorists now servIng The half.hour broadcast was "The Soviet Woman" the cautiously look to the future." benefit In another campaign greatest achievement wai In
"The dynamic part of the advance from the experience of his mistakes winning the Battle of New Orleans
Florida in the United States Senate, has announced that various Jail sentences De the first of two "Discovery"programa children ABC narrator admitted there from the lows of 1962 in 1960 and his gubernatonal where 4000 Americana
about Soviet
his seeking his fourth term for the same position. this Gaulle la also not the is said time to to feel release that and was also shot In Mos were some restrictions, No one probably has spent its force blooper In California.Not held off 14,000 British with t

During his three terms he has done an excellent job for ex-Gen Raoul Salan or other cow As for its merit the chief said anything Sunday, but there and despite the vigor of some much went right for Nixon loss of only liven Americana-

the'Florida people. And more, he has done an excellent top leaders serving life sentences plus was simply la giving was a feeling that the program stocks comprising the 30( Dow in 1960 nor thereafter in his killed and six wounded.

American youngsters a pictureof did close to Its sub Industrials, the market maywell - -- --- -- -- -- - -
job'' for all of the people of the United States. He is In Tulle Jail In central not get very be in the of formIng -
some of their Russian counterparts process
France. Meanwhile, talk of DeG ject. ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
classified as a middle-of-the-roader never letting either ulie trips to Russia and Scan ; and, considering that at least an intermediatetop

the liberals or the conservatives force him Into any dinavla I can ,be ruled out for the ABC series is, after all, Perhaps the first Important I
The C a a a III Swim: Joan reaction or Interruption to the WOlOTtChmiwU J JWHATVClMMMll WPTT TT WTVTTVCanml '
aimed at children and expanding '
situation that isn't for the good of his nation M he lack of time. His program already Blondell and William Demarest uptrend will come with passageof I CNeooeI T ItCSS t
is filled. But officials their outlook, that is aa entirely CM NSC ASCOriwrie
say "
sees it. they are In the cards for IMS, admirable purpose. appear on CBS TV's "Twilight tax reduction legislation. OIeede T..,. ,....,. __\ 1
__ We can see no reason why this fine gentlemenshouldn't along with a probable African Perhaps a brief television Zone" March 13 in a tale of a
show such ai this one, If it .Is henpecked cab driver who sees Shearson. Hammlll Co. continues '
another term. He is in and NIGHT
have respected Monday
tour.Easter Message to hold children'i Interest, cannot his own life on his televisionset to believe "that the marbet February.
out of the Senate and Washington. He is called uponto Vatican expect really do much more after ; it shows him bumping off aa meanaured by the (am-
sources Pope
do difficult jobs, does them well and has never backed Paul VI to make some dramatic all, considering It U on a commercial his wife, ."The Beverly Hill lIar averages, will remain reasonably ':09-Ntw, News, SMrtt, News, Weather Puli' H...
network. And there .is billies" continue to wallop firm but not likely to .:l -S,...., Wtdtr Weather Idlt.rUI. 5,'" Spares, WtUf I
from in which he believes that he is Easter move in connection i *
away a fight on "Ben Casey" In their head.on sbow'e..,. dynamic progressand >IO-CSS: News NBC Newt ABC News CIS N.w.
much to be laid for merely acquainting
with Christian It 4 41 CIS N.wi NIC
unity. Newt
: Orbit CIS Ntws
fhe right side. We didn't agree with him on the nuclear could come In an announcement American youngsterswith ratings competition. obviously will not be Immune

$Issue, but he would indeed be a strange man if all of commissions for theological the boys and girls of foreign It now seems that the JudyGarland to temporary minor corrections 7,00-0i..t Yes D.ft't S.y Have Gun Mvl
series will be replacedoo In line with the pattern 711I-Oi..t Y'M D'l Say Will Travel "O TU
lands while leaving
agreed with him 100 cent of the time. He did an dialogue, it also could complicated
per details for their later CBS TV April S by two half. that has prevailed for 7:10-T* Tell Truth M.lld..t Oul.r Limits Witwfonf

outstanding bit on the poll-tax amendment and the come in an new Easter contacts messageproposing in the enlightenment.For hour game ahowa. .One, In about a year now, many stocks 7, S-T. Tell Truth the Mvl.i Outer Limit M'rlon IrtnJeI

entire nation lauds him for this. His stand on the Christian world or in an the adult viewer, bow. which the contestants are millionaires will make substantial upside :00-I've A Secret "',Inll .1 Outer Limit, I. Marie Stint
encyclical hat already been an while many others will III.I-I've A Secret PI.y.,," Outer Limits Merle
present Civil Rights Bill which would make slaves of on unity and the modern ever, this first program was a progress
rather bland study with a nounced. .And, with Ed Sullivan suffer sinking spells We suggest I:JO-Lucy Sh.w Kxharrf Burl* W.,.. Train M..lt
all of us, makes it plain) that he is against it, In its scientific something world.big la expected At any rate peachea.and.cream tone except deciding against expandinghis thst our clients maintain a I:41-Lucy Skew Rym4." Massey W.,.. Trsle M..I.

present form. Florida and the nation need Spessard for a fascinating English program to to minutes, another substantial portion of their In- t,00-O.nny lima M.nJ.y. Wtetn Tribe D.nny Themes"

Holland for another four years. lesson exercise in a classroom; game offering has been veritable funds in common tilt-DtRny Th.", ., the Mold W.... Tnli Danny Theme" J,
yet this type of sequence for scheduled. stocks." 110-Andy Griffith H.llyw..J I W...* Tril* Andy Griffith
I -Memories- all Its Interest, had also been t:4B -An"y Griffith The Stirs W.... Tril Andy' Griffith _

We Don't, Like shown on the previous special 1000: -Lit Ii"; V Sing Ateng BriiU Flint lest Sid./
This 20 YEARS AGO about Russian education. The -Quotes From i I The News- 10111Wilt Side with. Mitch. Brutaf Flint West Side

tee by the papers that the government is about The Winter Haven Olplt.1Womln' only reason I bring up this tOilO, -li.t l\M\ use AI.R| Iritklnf Flint East Sid./
1041Wilt Side with Mitch. Flint
lnikli.1 Wilt SUe
matter of the adult reaction la
Auxiliary reported the By United Press International WASHINGTON Cb.Irm.nWilbur
close down and ruin a very fine industry the !
sum of $600 proceeds derived that ABC had described the MIAMI BEACH-Thomas W. D. Mills, D-Ark, of the 11:00-N.w. N.w., Spt Wtr N.willni Newt, Sctrtt
Florida East Coast Railroad. The FEC didn't call this from the annual Charity Ball "Discovery" twoparter as .1 (Teddy) Gleason, president of House It Means Committee I IlilS-S,*rti, Wthtr Tnl,M Shaw t.rl.l, Wthtr W'th., t.rltl

ftrike that has plagued) the road for over a year; the held at the Winter Haven Arm. "far-reaching study And the i the International Longshore- Ways 11,100Thllt .f Tinifkt Skew CintrilFieri1 Raring 20'I
first part was certainly tot msn's Association discussing the possibilityof I h41the Stirs Tcnif Skew ( Mr Rearlne 20's
Anion did. The union will not meet in open nor have orjr. ,
10 YEARS AGO that.The I the maritime unions' boy. a tax cut beyond the $115
the negotiations recorded by tape BO that the publican The Florida Supreme Court dominant flavor of the cott of ships scheduled to haul billion bill now before Congress Tuesday MORNIN February 25

know the II.uelIt wants to dictate to a private) ruled that county commission. show was of a happy holiday wheat to Russia until the government :

concern how it is to run its business. Meanwhile appal. irs must be nominated In eounlywide agrees to send half "Whether we will realize the 7:09, -W.V.-U, T.d.y Skew Geed D.,
primary elections rather RADIO the wheat In US. vessels: opportunities for further tax 7:11M..I.* T."., Skew Newt Geed D.,
]fing acts of violence have been committed against the than by districts. "As far ai I'm concerned reduction will depend in great 7.lo-W.k..U Tid.y Skew Mltkl Event GU D.,

FEC & its property. We have no quarrel with the 8 YEARS AGO we're going to stay that way part on how well government 7.41M..I. Tid.y Ih.", Mlcln arena Geed. D.,

union, it can strike that is its right but we do feelthat Police were seeking the IdentIty WINT until we get a solution." expenditures are controlled." S:Oft--Ci: ,til* T...., Sh.", Mlckl teens C.pt.ln'
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former employees, it hu the right to do so. their mother. And they were 1360 ON DIAL WSIR I 1:45Keeeeroe T...., Skew Cirtnnvllli *.

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DAILY NEWS.CHIEF, Monday February 24, 1964 Page S.

Penny Coates Weds Charles E. Beasley z k E a a At

r r The First Presbyterian Arts. Festival. Gallop Club Mardi Gras Ball Is Weekend Highlight. I IA

Church was the letting Friday
it o'clockfor gala Mirdl Gras Ball prepared by membera from special dance. Later the girls Hood, Join Humphrey, Kathy
night tight The' Winter Haven Worn was held Saturday evening at Weitwood School. were able to claim their partner Kendrick: Lee Mlttox Linda
wedding of Mist Pen*- Club '
the well
an *
wii repre- the Policeman Recreation The evening began with In the same manner. May, Fatty McCarty.
Coitei of
lope Ann daughter vented at the District 9 Festival
Building on Like Idylwlld by member arriving In everydisguise Packages of serpentine and Allison Mciver, Dank Me.
R. Coates and of
Mr., Virginia Arts held at the See
Club. to be 1m. A favors distributed to Klbben Avis Barbara
members of the Gallop lined. were Parsons
Coates of this
James L. city bring Hotel in Scoring, Friday
Edwin Llfeiiz clowns and colorful grand march was held and each member and guest Dan. Jo Poundi, Kathy Price
Charles Beiiley, when
and painting displayed
of Mr and Mn Edwin by members were Mri B. dragons let the theme. The costume were Judged by Mr. clog wn enjoyed throughoutthe Cerl Sturgesi, Mellnda Sor.
ion dance floor sidelines featured and Mri Lee Eli!. and Mn evening relit, Barbara Simpson Scotty *
K. Beaaley, of Winter W Olin, Mri W. J. Peter-
varied colored masks with Homer Hand. Christine Hood made the Turnbull, Martha Wether
Haven IOn, Mri J. P Plemoni, Mri.
The Rer Jamei Blackwood George Martin and Mri A. glittered eyei Th fireplace Record certificates were decoration for the affair Ington, Suaaa. Wyllyi and Jane
performed the double ring P. Porter. Crafts, ceramics was the focal point of the awarded for the following cottumeit Chaperones for the event were Welgert
ceremony before an altar decorated :* and sewing were shown by room and held "Puff The Prettteit, Marty Mr and Mn Ralph Wether- Mike Adams, Jeff Beailey,
t in an ill.white color Mri. J. p Plemoni, Mri. Magic Dragon', four feet long, Losey, in a green latin Arabian ington, Mrs R. K. Harmon Wei Berry, Bill Doty, David'
them White fluted gladioliand Milton Luna, Mn George caught In a fish net. Multi outfit trimmed in gold and Mn Elmo Hood. Field, Din 1I.lne- Tommy
chryianthemumi in pedestal Martin and Mri Lee Hafley. colored balls were suspended sequins, Most original-Dan Invited guests were Billy Hart, Robert Hart, Richard
baiketi were flanked t. ti + b Prizes in the Literature from the celling The dance flames, ai an African native Gregory, Dallas Powell. Du,. Hitchcock. Rob Hoenshat,

; on either aide by seven Contest went to Mri W Henry floor wn lighted with revolving complete with a bone In the ty Triplctt, Ronnie Burrell George Jacoby, Billy Kirk,
branched candelabra. ? 1 1cep ,vp., Brown, a blue ribbon, a colored ligbti nose, funniest costume, Billy Jeff Carter, Dave Jones, Rut- Jerry Lincoln, Donnl Locke,
,|1 Robert Branson vocalist eo whit ribbon and an honor The refreshment table a Kirk, at a blond flapperIn tell Hart and Bill Ginnowiy. Marty Lose,, Johnny May,

f and Florence Cox Wilson, or- able mention for her poems, highlight throughout the eve. a mink coat, and best Members attending were Gary May, James Okula
'p1 I ganlst, presented a program A PP 1 (i1 Y "Lovei Other Face", 'The sing, held a variety of testy couple, Christine Hood and Patty Alderman. Sunnne At- Steve Retail, Arnold Spanjera,
/\ 1' of nuptial muilc. T t rfi i r' ti + Substitute', and "Truth it goodie Lime iherbert punch Arnold Spanjen, authentic ai dred Lee Blce, Nincy Brid- Jimmy and Mike Tucker
1.\ 1. Give In marriage by her l ? Where You Find It". Mn decorated cooklei, ..I 11. Raggedy Ann and Andy. ford. Faith Con, Nancy Dor- Quenton Tlce, Randy Turn-
father the bride won a lovely Milton Luna received a red olives, chips, dip and smell During the evening balloons mon, Sally Geisler, Jan and bull, Joel Norris Ronnie and
,i ballerina length gown of ribbon for her poem, Rerun". barbecued meatball were were given to the boy.*. Each Kay Harmon, Sara Jane Hart Steve Owea.IIospital.
pea. do ole. The iculptured In the painting group Mri.Plemoni erred. Refreshment were contained a girls! same for I Caroline Hitchcock ChristineMissionary

i bodice wai fashioned with a won a red ribbonIn _. ". '
cooped neckline: and elbow the Landscape section and s i S4 News

JI. length .Iee.... The klrt wai 55 n v&k r, o, 'It Mri Martin a white ribbon .
sally folded and a wide cimmerbnnd .t4.5 p + 'n n e"s R1"14i In the Stillife lection SUNDAY'S ADMISSIONS
Monroe lace encircled 4 In crafts Mn Plemoni won Winter Haven _.
1' .{ her waist. The bride' a blue ribbon for a lovely .' Master Billy Brledenbaek,

J\ four.tiered veil of silk llluikm handmade cross stitch quilt, Richard L. Hendricki, Mister .
r was held by a queens and Mri Porter blue ribbon James McConnell, Rich-
crown of lace embellishedwith for a handmade rug. Both ard Cole, Dr. W. M. Nealer,
\\y' Mri A. P. Porter and Mri Mri Zonie W. Weatherford
1//" pearl. I II
fr' The bride'i twin alder, George Martin received honorable Larry Cliett, James Scott,. r
Sandra Louise, was maid of MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. BEASLEY mention' for ceramic Jesse J. Roller, Mri Charles
,4 honor She wore a pink taffeta entries Smith, Mri Norman L. Hat
'f'' sheath overlaid with wristlet of white carnations. Mr. and Mn. Charles E. M.,. Winter Haven member at ty Nolan Giney

I whit organza, and carried Mn. Beadey selected a hugh of Bradenton, Mr,, and the meeting and luncheon I Avon Park
Mn C.
were Harry Green 7I Matter Jeffery Grlffett.Anburndale .
cascade arrangement of pink cream and gold brocade Mn E. B. Riley of Nashvllle Mri W. J. Peterson, Mrs
and ciraatloniHlti .
white sheath dress for her on'i \ Tenn., Mri Evelyn W.. Henry Brown, Mri A. Larry Galbreath, Mn Walter
Sally Jo Coitei served Snively Hosklni of Riviera ,P. Porter, Mn Lee Hafley, M. I
her litter attendant.Eh wedding She won a com]* Roberta., Charles A.
at an
and Mri Clifford Luna and
Beach and Mr )In. Milton a guest Pattenon
wore a gown similar to of white camelllai. Willie of Timp Mri. E. Bleiler. Hakes City .
that worn by the maid of hon A reception wn held In Mri Herschel N. Anglln. '

or. She also carried cascade tie church parlors where the I Samuel E. Wetherington,..
pink bride'i tibl wii centered Mri Joseph N. Macchloqe, .
white carnation with tiered cake and flanked Mrs. Louis C. Siiser.
Mn. Coates chose for her a Davenport

daughter' wedding, a light by lighted taperi M. J. Hammack Mn Hai
blue Italian silk nit with Miss Miry Ann Hill of II 1
matching accessories and aNew Gaineivlll presided at the LancnterMliml
bride'i book. Assisting In the kAtM14
Mri Nora .Smith.
hoipltilitiei were Miss Bar- Dundee
barbs Simmons of Tampa
Mri Richard C. Campbell,_
Arrivals Mine Karen Ferrlot of Ak- Eagle Lake

ron. Ohio, Kin Mary Jo Mri Delbert Ward
Keefe, Mri Alfred Estei, .
A ,
Mr. and Mrs. Brace Bodk t
Mn Marshall H. Dougherty
ford, ton T:n a.m. Friday, Mra Omer R. McDull i t.slkM9, Winter Haven

( eight pound., eight\ ouncei.Mr. and Mri Joe Keefe of Winter Cd'Teel by OMIt Casa Mri Engeno Alexander and

and Mn. Konald J. Haven. infant daughter, George Has

JohnMn, Auburndal, ion, Out of town guests attending tett, Min Janice CarrolL
I:24 a.m. Friday, ain poundi the wedding were Mr. Around The Town Mill Judy Hill Mill Jull.Jord.n *
But wIn.
they wr prize
1 two ouncetMr. and Mri A. P. dirk of Or- w'u Mri William Rivers,
soy for costumes at the .
tiers Baby Tamela Smith Mr
and Mr*. Stephen W. Undo, the maternal grandparents t .Z tn.k Gallop Club party Saturday John Temer, Mn Mamie ,,
of the Mr and
eight Carte,pound ion, I,:45 one pjn.ounc Friday. Mri James W.bride Coates of St. Gordon M. Mead Receives '. QaN w .ty night. Above, left to Toole, William H. YiteiAubnrndal .

Petersburg, the p.ternalII"Ddp.rentl y1 right, Billy Kirk (Funniest I, *
Mr. and Mrs Robert H. .M 1 1 Mn George R. Cameron,
of the bride; Marty Loiy, prettiest cos.turn.
{ ,n' loideal, Lk Alfred eon, Mrs. Katherine Grand of Academy Achievement Award and Dan Haines, most Baby George Eagle M.Lake Whlddea Jr.

l1UA Friday nine Bradenton, the bridegroom' original. Christine Hood
Mill Allca King
,pound one ounc grandmother: Miss Angela 4 and Arnold Spenjeri/ left, Matinee City' .
. t4 .... mat Hr*. A. t. Mrkt Reiar of New Orleans, La. Gordon M. Mead, Winter Haven, has been presented were chosen the e u t e s t Mil Charlotte Swain.

'had, Bainet City, daughter, with a Silver A for academic achievement dur- couple, for their RajjeJy Sebrlng

,,pound 13: ajn., four Saturday and a, nine hattcunoe. log the first semester at Culver Military Academy, Ann and Andy coitumi. Baby Marcus Tanner

; Murphy-Burns Culver Ind. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Gordon V. r - ---

.... ant Hr*. Donald W. MarriageIs Mead 960 Oleander Drive SE. ----1

,tteodhead ton 11SS: am. Silver A's are presented to students who average
Saturday, fir pounds, one and Announced { Ma 1
a half ounce 456 quality points (between C" plus" and "B") I J ,rw

.i'' a Hr. and Hn. Many r. Mr. and Mri Ernest Barn based on semester grades for four or more units of a}+ o .1

,.' Cay Jr., daughter, 4:27 p.m. and of Orlando, announce the work who receive no grade lower than "C plus" in all I .1I

mv4'!: (', Saturday, dx pounds two and marriage Sheila of their daughter Rod., full-credit subjects and whose citizenship grade is"good" & I II .1I
Mill Murphy, to
a quarter ouncei.Hr. tfL r
erick Campbell Burnt, ton of for the grading period. t i ,
and Mn. H. N. Anglia, Mri Jim Burn of Winter :et1 S
Balnea City, son S:2S a.m Haven and the late Captain John S. (Lynn) Howard of The Cancer Society win I

yesterday, six pound two Burnt San Jose, Calif, a former meet Thursday at the Woman I
and a half ouncei The ceremony took place at Winter Haven resident la '
Clubhouse at nine a m. '
Mr. and Mrs. Zonle Weatherford Sacred Heart Church in visiting here for several dye .
at the home of Mr and MrtLlile to make bandages and dmingi I
daughter T:OS p.m. Homestead, on February 8th, 'II
yesterday, even pound, seven at three o'clock, with Mon- Davit. I
and a quarter ouncei seigneur Bushey officiating
Mr. and Mrs Lee J. Bar. Gamma Chapter Chi Omega A/ Robert D. Miller it I I

field and Mn J. M. Burnt Sorority, Florida State being reassigned to Little w .. II
LaMondsSTEAK of Winter Haven attended the University, announces the .55
pledging of Mill Mary Cavanaugh Rock AFB, Ark following nil II I
wedding from this area
HOUSE < BAR daughter of Mr and graduation from the technical
held at
The reception was
LOUNGE Mri John Cavanaugh of Winter training court for USAf accounting I
the home of Captain and Mri :
Haven. .
specialists at Sheppard
e ChoIce Steaks Russell Schultz, at Homestead .'
Air Fore Base. Mri.Schulti AFB Tex. He It the ton 'I
e Dancing FrI. I Sat. It I a sister of the bride Wednesday will be Ladle of Mr. and Mri John C. Miller To Address WSCS
Card Lake
at the
Day again 1792 11th Street NE.
e No Cover, No and was her matron of hon Region Yacht and Country .

Minimum or.bride Captain Schultz Lee Barfield gave wit the Club. Mri Thomas V, Snlve- Steve Hedge, Virgil Cray Dr. Vela Cleveland, mistlonary gin at 9:45 '.m. and the 1I

IflS Crpreu Oerdem .... the belt away man ley Sr. and Mn Malcolm and Jim Hicks were in Day. accompanied by Mn meeting will be called to I
Peter will be hoitetiei.
tona Beach yesterday for the ""
Pen 1.-wtI Mr and Mri Burnt are Members may take nonmember Daytona 1100-mile stock car David R. Thurman of Miami, order at 10 am by Mri ,,1nl

..... CYJ-t02J presently residing in Home- ,ueat.. Prizes will races at Daytona International conference president will be Stanton Lander, Ahum, district

stead. be awarded at each table. Speedway special guests at the annual president. Everyone li eI w 1 ,. I
Play will begin at 11 'm.
meeting of the Methodist Worn asked to bring her own I
and will be returned it one
Mr. and Mn Gen Freed
in'i Society of Christian sandwich for lunch and, If ,
o'clock following luncheon .
and daughter Carol, of Sarasota
Service of the Lakeland District children are cared for in the I "
were weekend guests of
GRANTS Army Fvt. James .. Hubbell Mr and Mri Richard G. Monday, (March 2)at Nursery bring lunch for DRIVE IN TO BANKMonty's 1 1I
l ton of Mr. and )Ira. Fried at their home on Bate the Methodist Temple them. .
Kenneth W. Hubbell KOI Avenue. Church In Lakeland Dr.a.vel.ad I
** Ninth Street NW bit beenassigned Dr. Vela Cleveland, minion- have .
Ullll l* and Mri Thurman a good thing to on. '
to the Itth artilleryat Bryan Canon ion of Mr. will be the principal speakers ary speaker received her I 1
Homestead Air force and Mri Leslie Carson, is in at the meeting which will first appointment to India In "rainy day" But there1 no tens In slosh.
Needs An Experienced Billrythlin. Winter Haven Hospital undergoing I also feature the election and April, 19S9 when she wit I
treatment for burn I Installation of District officers assigned to the Ellen Tho- ing through spring showers to get it. Mali
Sister, Haven about the fact and hand. He APPLIANCE SALESMAN Tempi 28, will hold Installation was hurt last Thursday while I of special member. pltsl Kolir India There Dr. withdrawals or deposits without leaving :

of new officer Thursday working en an experiment In i ships, and the "Shower of Cleveland does full time aneithetla : .1 1
night at eight o'clock lathe science. Good Starting Salary K of P Hall. Mri P. A. The Literature Room win serve ai secretary of the ... I
Gerke will be Installed ai and Mri. Herb Camp1 1 be opened at 11:15: a.m. An In- Methodist Medical Scholarship open during all regular banking hours. :
Vacation With Pay Most Excellent Chief. bell of New Albany, Ind., i formal Hymn Sing" will be program in India. .I I Idal
Mn. Howard Shelly of Manchester have been. spending several *; I Drive inl! .
Discounts On Purchases Pa arrived today weeks in Leeiburg During

for a visit with her mother, the pad weekend they were IMPROVEMENT
Opportunity for Advancement Mri Bessie M. Dunham, and the guests of friends In WInter "
with other relativei. Haven and Orlando I

Training On The Job Mr and Mr*. Cecil Felts Mr. and Mn. High ,Me. LREADING COURSE Serving You for :.I I

Retirement and Sick Plan and children have moved to Nelii and daughter art a.... I ANewffMel.iiea.rte)
Winter Haven from their comers to Winter Hiven. .2& I
Group Insurance former home In Gainesville They are currently residing for Hlah School sod Years! :1

They are residing on Avenue on Avenue Z, SE!: They form. B Jr. High SMeattl"Attention ,::1I II
H, SE.!: erly resided in Pennsylvania.
FULL TIME WORK ill ....,IOf' High, and Junl f High *.h..l Mu*., *
AND ,.'."<.. A rnmlln, f.. the 'ur>... .f farmlnj' a aped and I
r.w.. ....dl". CUM will t. h.1'l TuMtfiy nl .Cr.."y a20 .!
7N ,.m. .In II..... ao *f the Winter Haven Senl.r' dish kCa>!.

John Crisp Funeral Home TM ability N "d fnItSC wills better .....,""....1... .le she PEOPLES ; I
" beet ...u,.".. ef .u.._ .In eoheo/. and ..11.... Tee PAn nudIee /:: ,
Mrs. Dean
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I Kentucky Nears Southeastern Loop Title! I I.y

DAVID M. Morrrr to Tennessee's Danny SchulU

1.v' UPI Sports Writer on 26. n i

The high scoring Kentucky Daily In other games Saturday

7 Wildcats can wrap up their Uit night Louisiana State IIltweel
Southeastern Conference basket I
ball championship this week News- SPORTSAi Into fourth place with :iIt.4.1O

and then go after an unprecedented victory over MlisUslppl'dYspites

fifth national titla. Chief 33.point performance by Don-

The nationally 3rd a ranked nle Kesslnger; Vanderbilt,

Wildcats, who have already won which had lost three straight to
twice aa many NCAA crowns as
fall out of the race, bounced
other team, moved out in
any the almost-over race now flow crowd of 13,200 biggest
front in the SEC race Saturday back with a 91-78 whf'everFlorida
stands, Kentucky has I 10.. crowd to ever attend a basket .
night and can assure themselves ; and 11th place defend.Uig
of no worse than a playoff with SEC record; Georgia Tech laIS ball game at the home court of champion Mississippi State

a victory In tonight's visit to ; and Tennessee, which Ken an SEC team. Georgia was '
beat winless Tulane It
78-71. was
Alabama, lucky meets next Saturday, I.a la ahead by only two points with
Kentucky, nicknamed the the 22nd loss of the seasoa'lor
47 ay rA "Century Express" for tea 100 distant third at 74. Tennessee 4:40: left to play but then rip. Tulane. ,. ."
points or better performances was upset by Alabama, ped off 10 straight points.

this sesaon! missed No. 11 by a 6744. Tennessee was coasting on an SEC Scoring Leaders
Two wins this week by Ken
single point Saturday night in a eight.point halftime lead but 0 Pts Ave
tucky and it'a all over Georgia
Auburn. Th.Wlldcatl' .
99.79 victory over Georgia Tech, In Its last season of SEC Alabama's J. W, Berry caught Nash, Ky. 22 584 28.6Kesslnger.
chief competitor,
Tech, dropped a lime off play before turning independent, fire after Intermission and shot Miss. 21,431,235,
victories Florida Deeken, Ka. 21 443 ;i 1Mslle.
the pace with an SI.M upset at over down the Vols who had lost
RICHARD PETTY It shown (far left car) II he pastes behind after the 60th lap. Fords, which had dominatedthe the binds of Georgia.Postponed. and Vanderbilt and a Kentucky earlier in the week to Georgia LSU. 2449S20S'
I the pack during the running of the Daytona 500. Petty ,long distance races In the peat two years, could not loss to force a playoff. Tech Berry scored 25 points but Schultz Tenn. 21133 18.7

I scored an ea,y victory and. finished over a full lap ahead stand the p.ce set by the Plymouths (Plymouth finishedI Tenneisee'i petition appears higher honors la the game went Lee, Vanity 23 434,J8,4
would haveto Pitts Georgia 23 41115.1
,I of the second plaeo car. Patty's 1964 Plymouth also seta I, 2, 3)t) and most blew. their engines or tranimlsilons. I | hopeless.lose both Kentucky of Its games for DeFore, Auburn 21.27538.0:
lap record of 175.095 MPH the sixth of the (INews Chief PKolo.lI )
one on lap the Vole to return to contention | Rebels PlayThe I Gott, Tulane .3U7.7
raco. Petty led almost the entire roe..nd was novar Because of high winds the a highly unlikely hap. Henderson, Fla. 19 329'17.S
19th running of the Valencia
Regatta was postponed Sunday pening. Denlson Rebel basketball "" ,
until March 14.U. The Lake Alfred Georgia Tech goes to Florida team, winner of 10 straight SEC Standing: ,
I Petty Cops Daytona 500 Lions Club was sponsor of tonight while Tennessee will beat games and the Polk County junior Conf; All
Auburn. The only other SEC '
the Race event officials and drivers action finds 8th.ranked Vsoder- will high play a school conference championship contest ,. W L ;Ail)'
Kentucky 10 t 20 2
greed that the surface of Lake bllt at Georgia. with the Auburndale
Alfred war too rough for the Kentucky's 1.' punch of Cot. Eagles tomorrow. The game I.II.led Is Ga Tech 9 3. 20.. 2

I Winner Sets Average Speed Mark over 100 hydroplanes and drivers ton Nash and Ted Deeken was for 2 p.m. at the Auburn. Tenn 7 4 >'l4LSU. 7
1 I ,. 12 12
entered In the Grapefruit In fine form against Auburn. dale high school gym
Circuit Classic. Nash scored 33 points to raise The Southmen topped the Vandy 7 lu la, S
Turns In 175 MPH On Sixth Lap Officials making the final his leigue.leading average to tough Eagles the first time Georgia 7 510; 13
decision on the postponement tt.t and Deeken scored 34 and around by a 24.22 count in an Alabama S I :7i 11
climbed Into third place at 211. overtime affair The game was Miss. I T.J. 12
a Richard Petty, driving; a 1964 Plymouth won the were George Ltynes and J. C The Georgia Georgia Tech tied 22.22 after regulation time. Auburn I T. JQ 10

sixth annual Daytona 500 at a record speed of 154.33 Cox, co.chairmen, referee C. W. game was the Inaugural of Tomorrow's title will complete Florida I T .. 10 $

yesterday Petty won easily, more than a lap ahead (Wally) Adams, and official Georgia's new (4 million coliseum junior high basketball for Miss St. 4 I ,*. H
Tulane 0 13 '.0' 22
scorer Ed Harvey. and It attracted an over 1964.
of the second place car; using the three caution flag; "

of the afternoon to advantage. The new record eclipsesthe ...

old mark of 11S2. 29 mph set in 1962 by Fireball ..

i iN' Roberts. Petty's fantastically fast Plymouth also Beta -

i new one lap record of 175.095 mnh on the sixth lap 1 1 11e

of the 200 !lap event. .
::3EI .
fY Plymouth wok the Bret Sires e ..

finishing positions, followed la 4. Marvin Panch, $4,350, Day i
fourth spot by a Ford. Fifth tona Beach 1964 Ford. HavenSERVING
of Winter
and ninth taken ::-
places were bj
5. Jim Paschal
$3,700, HighPoint ...
a Dodge. Sixth, seventh and N.C., 1964 Dodge.
tenth places were garnered b;) C. Bill Wade, $2.SOO, Spartan-
aMISS Mercury. A Ford also finished burg, S.C., 1964 Mercury
in eighth spot All of the top 7. Darel Dlerlnger, $2,000,
ten finishing cars were 1964 Charlotte N.C. THE
1964 Mercury SAVER
models I. Larry Frank, $1.750, Greenville AND HOME
The caution flag was out< S.C., 1964 Ford. OWNER .
three times.once when David 9. Robert (Junior)) Johnson, ;' ,

Pearson of Spartanburg, S. C., $1,500, Ronde, N.C., 1984 Dodge.

blew a tire on his 1964 Dodge 10. Dave McDonald, ",200, The Specialized Job of Saving and Loan Awodattoiw
and screeched along the wan Monte, Calif., 194 Mercur"BOWLIN'. :"
.on the east turn for several n eves

hundred yards. He was Dot
JAPAN presents Richard Petty .with one, of hurt. tow f t" ,''tf '.t'%

l let the fold 'In the sixth annual Daytona 600. PaHy set anew Rutherford of Fort Worth apparently ; .
500-mll. record of IS4.334 MPH te beat the old blew a tire on hisMercury ALLIT CAT LEAOtTaam w.e r-t !

record by almost two MPH. (News-Chtef( Photo.) colliding with a guardrail Quality Electric ,_ '9'" 1at4 ...
and the Ford of Ned Jsrrett Crpraaa Lama to us ......
Rutherford's car flipped Wa.li Nail Ina, .. __ 681" us'l.
Puaachala OuU .,,.... N... 13'"
and skidded 200 feet ea Its top,
Hnbcrk Bo* 10 68
but neither driver was Injured Ma, orrira Suppljr _, 1a' .Ii

Athletics Stay Home The third time came when rrd.Quua Piving.y.....Loan.,... en'27'4:. 4744 4111 ,.".
A J. Foyt's 1964 Ford, In third ..
RIchard. Hair styling 42 46CMrllea I... ...
I blew its and New ._ 42 4. *
place .
? .
C W. D... ,...,..,,., to 4. I'
dumped oil OB the track lit the Have Ftndtr ,._.._ 8715. 64'4'
KC Lease 128th of the 200 laps. Laka R.elva! Bank II II 4 jfIt3oc ..--
Finley Signs Petty's victory win five hima vela RadioBurrouiha 'n._. _, II 20 11 U a

total of $35,300, $ ,700 of It Cxrhnnir Pink '....-..,.314 M't' :
lap prize money, for his I hrs, Richards Hair Stylinj t sal Mat ::#.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI tad line. Finley, who has threatened 14 milL, and 23 sec behind the Jacala U4. Peacock ITS, laml Brl; ulCrpnn .l

Charles 0. Finley, embattled to sue the American wheel Lanai t SM, MID) LI. --
wntr of the Kansss City Ath. I League, made It clear he was The Daytona International betas 1M 411PuoKhtii 6e '.-::
null t. IBS MOT: Mtlll .
betide, jumped from the clutches : ..
Speedway filled to
the lease In the face was Van Dnyn.150, Carolyn Or.n.450.
of the American League back 12.450 fans watched the race Quality. Elwlrlp S, SS. Mil) Watt.: : .. .e. ,
Into the collective lap of the of s league threat to kick him under cloudless skies. da Smith 17S. 4MBun.r .Y.;;
Quint 4. roe, 141\4\ ; Mtrl *..
city council today. out of baseball. Final results of the 500" are: Schmidt 1SI VI Celia! 414 ..,-
The unpredictable owner i Mayor IIus W. Davis, to 1. Fkhard Petty, $33,000. Raven Tmtrr e, Snl, 22t1: Rub? 'M.an .

pulled the unexpected again whom Finley addressed his telegram Randleman, N.C., liSt Plym Hanenrk G W Des 1M. MUM 0. SIS 1 H mil.rn4on| MirltuLovfll .... 1

Sunday night by accepting the of acquiescence, said he outh. 141 Dorii H rtl.r 4<11. =
city's demand for I four-year was happy that the owner had 2. Jimmy Perdue, 111,900 Wuh, Nail In. I.. ... S4M| Vlf. 1j
flnla' SnMI 144. 447Burroujh.
lease on Municipal Stadium, a accepted the elt,'. proposaL North WUkesboro, N.C., 1964 Inn 0, 7SS, J3M, Sony tI1A Sii4rkw j
lease be repeatedly bad vowed But the mayor and other city Plymouth. OomUmn 147. Ml. ..
never to sign. officials declined further com 3. Paul Goldsmith. $8300, 0"Tint irr.y' r.0.n14.17S 46S LIT 141S| Marion

But the city was la no hurry ment until after s meeting today Mexico City, 1964 Plymouth.'I Worst Radln' 4. M4. 0OnI| OptRii'Mll ...
of the city council's b.... 140 Rlla Holnlf' mCharll <.
to put its signature on the dot- said be .. N' ... 0. SM 934: TT.Itn .
bill committee Davis B" also would confer with Joseph Can't Lose'Quips ".. Olflra Supplr 1. 7S4 *2S.:
Slammin' Sam Cronin. president of the Amer. riodiwr': WhOa 1W' R.rbara Strive ."
El'anor Whli 11!II, 411Eirhanra -
Ian League, to determine the ChampMIAMI : Bank I, TM. mi- Jnttt ... -.
Wins SeniorsPALM league's reaction to Finley's lat. Wmwm let 1.lndo Mr><3ulr' S47Hobwk .
eat move. Cronin received a BEACH (UPI) A Rmi 1, rs, till!I Di.l. Expense Creeping Up ?
Xamm 111 B.ltr MeAdam. 41
Heavyweight champion Sonny
BEACH GARDENS, copy of Finley's telegram.The ,..II. R"tr''lnn Punk S: SM, 2540;
Fla. (UPI) Sam Snead had baseball committee meeting Lliton had so little regard for Charten Lewis. 191, 4IS >
his the world title today scheduled to begin at challenger Cassius Clay todayas
on was
eyes IKt
6r.AOtc tremendous '
they rested for Tuesdaynight's a lob any woman to hold down ,
after winning the PGA Seniors 11 a.m., EST. I Tar. ...., t
championship with a nine Finley's announcement of acceptance title fight that he not :ypra.. Oard.n. Lanes H n a on the cost of groceries and other necessities. !: .,
only three round
under par total of 279., Sunday night followedby kayO over Cassius a but added- : Browa Rainbow Cllrui Boat ,Sail".. -, ,,.17 IT T T What's the solution, then to making both ends meet "
The II'year-old Snead will go two days the Americas Jack Mar Otrie Supply; IS S
to Gleneagles In Scotland on League meeting In Boston ah I I "There* Is no possibility of my ('i-nm.d. Metal .. ..J. IS S when everything costs so much.
losing Bid At Chai. Bomber 14
July 5 to play the British Sen which the other club owners I That's a rare statement In. Coronet Kitchen ....,.-? U )i ;,: :
for champion for the "world"championship. agreed that the city had negotiated Wolf. Mobil. llomn .._ IS 11
deed, for any fighter to make- Bud. Wr.ck.r Stnlct 11 Jl Add to your Income by saving where :
After that be fairly with Flnley on a perhaps an unprecedented one Rtok.ly-Borda __' >_ H 11 saving pays ..
will pl'11n the British Open at lease. The league then voted to C Oardrn and '
before aa encounter in which rprM. Eare'10 14 your hard.earned dollars earn a king-sized ...
to V Har n MOOM IS
110. within 10 days
St. Andrews, July take steps .
a bead butt, a a elbow slash, or Uk Alfrad Bank __ IS ..
Snead led from wire to wire expel Finley and take sway his an ankle turn might cause s r'j. d Mutual,714 oe 4 In any amount, your account Is welcome .;
la winning the Seniors at the franchise because the owner En It ln .rln :. 4 17 j nr
technical knockout defeat ... and dollars ..
William. A Ptarioa S IS your are readily available .
PGA National Golf Course on bad disregarded its directive to Listen, 30, apparently has Hlib Team haul ItoktlBordo every one. ;. ;
his first attempt. He finished sign s lease here: by Feb. 15. leas respect for unbeaten Clay, ...Hlrh.11I, \ ram Came: SlokelypordeM4h Perhaps It's time to stop In and become acquainted. .
three shots ahead of big John "As a result of this meeting Z2. than even the sports writers s0 :::

Barnum of Grand Rapids, I had no alternative but to signup have for gaseous Cassius. tndlTldual'. SeriMi' Hank

Mica, six ahead of EJ. Immediately or be thrown Three[ writers picked the "Lou- Mena IndltrMuat 417Hlrli Camel Rank ..... .
(Dutch) Harrison of SL Louis out of baseball" Finley said in sville Lip" to wrest the crown taoaaw 94S. Wayne Uaiklni 3\t
ahead of Leland his announcement from his Paul Rohde 104, Joha MorU X*. '
and eight from Liiton-among 43 polled. Harry Klamaa SOS.RESTAURANT ,;
(Duke) Gibson of Kansas City, home In La Porte, Ind. 1/ )
the only other parbuster in Finley, who attempted ensuecessfully .
what originally was a 407 man to mole the Athletics FEATURE
field. to Louisville, Ky., and Oakland
Snead carded s final roundone Calif, after lease negotiations! MONDAY EARN /2 10 Per AnnumJ.= .
under par 11 for 271; Bar- began Dee. It, declined comment
Bum a 69 for 282; Harrison s on whether be would continue SOUTHERN'
74 for 285 and Gibson s 77 for his efforts to transfer or WHIRl CURRENT RATE ,, ,

217 at even par :2H came Jim would carry out his threat to YOUI MONEY CompoundedSemiAnnvally"
Turnesa of Elmsford, N.Y., sue the league If such permission FRIED I CHICKEN (
with s closing 73. Is not granted. '
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I Waitress 1152 CHEVROLET Impala. HT room large lot, established acres of land tree. M Acres

In v.a......................... .............. .. I. LOCAL SERVICE. neighborhood. Close to all city land total this builders trade-to. Save

Misses Sites I to 20 S Short Order Cook 19150 DODGE ton Pick-tip .. |17I 0 convenience ui the Urn and expense ofcleaning


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? Serbln starting salary employee bene 21-27 SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME N.W. AND CALL ... Excellent condition, construction spar time painting your own

fit.. Apply In person to restaurant .eee and neighborhood. 3 large home CallJOHN

Minx Modes manager, Eckerd Drugi, bedrooms, 2 tile baths, modern

SE!: Plaza Shopping Center. 860 SPEEDOMETER Complete e' Tachometer.cable CALL TODAY-. I BEDROOM 1 BATH kitchen dining It living room WOOD

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iIenr7 Lee CT 4-435S. 1-TF DRIVE BY toe PARK DRIVE Draperies and rugs Included. & ASSOC. Inc.
: EXPERIECNED waitress. Must be ,
Central air conditioned
; suntan'5 dependable. Apply la person -- Repairs Alterations AUTO SERVICEDODGE CAREFREE COVE AND CALL at heat
U59 VOLKSWAGEN Sedan Good Dnelopen-Bu1lden
atf between lOO p.m. and Zoo ed. Complete yard irrigation
:f p.m. 200pm. 1100pm. condition. SMO 00. Phone 224-12M: ''Either of these homes can be from lake. White tile roof. The M3-K17 none 20M33S
Sundown Restaurant 21-27 21:16I yours for absolutely ,
I ALTERATIONS REPAIRS yard flowera & trees are beau-

ul1bAA WHITE: single vomitn or couple TEMPEST LeMan Sport Coup Florida Rooms Aluminum Die- Down tiful. Ride by 228 Lake Ina Dr. 2124BY
wanted to toe at Camp Letter IMS Red 4 whit. A beauty. Good count Sales Co Ina CY 2-4584. Authorlied Factory Service Oa Nothing SE then call for appoIntmentto
East ot Lake Wales. Some .lighthouse deal. RAH. AT, bucket Mat*. '.00I 231 ftth at.. SW. 12-Mar. 12
AGE SHOP work A LOT OF riSiiINO. 00 p m. dallv anytime weekend Chrysler Plymouth Lanew see. OWNER Lee than one year
No required. For Inter- 2401 Ave. C, NW. 23-21: B&W Builders old a-Bedroom, 2-bath central I
960.fc'pr Gardens Road .t.. call Mm Miller .CY 1-7108 20-21 WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL .Vallant EDNA WATSONREALTOR beat air conditioning). built-in. kit
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SpanlahEngllshEthic power air condition fully M3-I867. 20-24
loaded New .. CHAIRS for rent Ale.Ho.pilal 231 Sloth. It, SW 292-410: 128 SIb St. N.W. ct 4-4141
!I : pharmaceutical manufacturing eon owner. Perfect Bed. Crutches Walkers 11-Mar 17 2326 .
company In Kalamaioo condition Trudy Maluno Can Commodes. Godfrey Rentals\ ,
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Huh take trade, cash lob Typo home Cypress Gaoden.
Antigua md modern Work mi.r secretary. Must dictationIn 312M 23-31:
ml red' tfir, 12 monthiOKUVERY I'ICK-UP both languagee. An Equal Opportunity UPHOLSTERING LAKEFRONT IIS,100 OFFERED BY OWNER on shaded Area. Florida Room. Central
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Open:: tram t 00 P.m. Margery White. THE UPJOHN ((9)) Business OpportunityFOR Florida room screened porch' All paneled glass Florida room
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ENCLOSURE AWNINGS 1U.F1N1SH1NO. Complete movs In one year old S-bedroorn
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and Health Retirement DaNlttbt.2J.Mar.

refrigeration display caeei. drink
Borden Dairy. 44 Lake Wire bo ea. meat saw, food chopper, Lake Wlnterset NORTHEAST
ChOICE Drlv' *. Lakeland, Ha1225 cash register and adding machine BUCK
Se* at Refrigeration and Electric HEARING AIDS A home of Brestige and dignity Z*>
L 0111, I I CURB GIRLS WANTED. Apply, Servlc. Mr Jim Losey. Avenue Piano Tuning & Repair Here's- a horn you would. tupec 2 BEDROOMS 2 baths cellent condition. One owner prop-
Burger King, 3601 llyndaJaBlvd. "E"> and Sixth Street. 6Vf. 31-24 to cost thousands ol dollar more crOp Vr teen. Inarectloa In:1:11 -
22-22 POLK HEAJUNd CENTER Situated on a beautiful, level carpet thru-out drapes : offer wanted. Will tab
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MOTEL 13 unit t yean old. Eiperlenced craduat technician.\ bedroom, Florida room two beau Oarar apartment rear ol "lot.
I NEED MONEY 170.000 = 115'000 down. Bent Location Phone 293-1693 tItuS tiled baths carpeted through white sand Out of Btat owner
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AllY cold wave In Winter Haven. CY 3-8379 SALES SERVICE!; out, central heat and air conditioner beach privileges on Lake El- 111 AT*. D. XI
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ID stock up to Represent AVON COSMETIcS AMERICAN OIL Service Station 1382 16th St.. NW. 'H'*'". 26 area 17500. ASK: FOR

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Bine 'we Irs moving hi Ito weeka I 182-4117 Lakeland PARTI SERVICE for RlrhyHoover ban home near. Cypress Oardeni -YPRE.. lJARUEN ....51
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Street, Jan-Phyl VUlaga. 17-TF i8484 down Include all closing
Month 2 Year
and last. Have 10 members Merchandise' Offered by for 111.Sno.
metlci for Free Trial to test I'onday thru Saturday coet. You win love HI JOHN W.
each.sell only twenty SOe packages LAKE nowAsn Only 12 ino down. Phone HA 2-4M
in your home. Tell your friends, 132 Av*. C. I II. Name. CIty 12-26 HENDERSON FR 2-1167. Fit
\tmy lovely luxurious Prayer make money. Rush name. CY 2-1652 TELEVISION REPAIRS Corner West Lake Howard Dla, 2-1671 Lake Alfred Realty Co. 12-_
Ave. B, NW. 2-bedroom 2-bath
Grac Table Napkins. Keep BLAIR Dept. 685AC4, Lynch- Department Florida room built-in kitchen. I. AUBURNDALK
$50 far your trelluf). No money burl Vav -24- carport, central heat air COIIdlion.
2-bedroom furnished gueat rot.sac. Chip Value
needed. Free Samples. Anna Many good TV's SWAP SHOP NORTH GATE 'HOPPINGCINTU ., flehin I plor, boat lift. I'O9 611 Poinietta S BR. CB
Wade, Dept 151AC4. Lunch- appliances, SALE BY OWNER Occupant. Noclo.tng !
home 1 tile bath
Wanted radio. stereos etc. and : carportPrice ltp the home
bur,; XI. ((3)) Repos. eoota. J04I, ".500 $200> down. *
Phon. 2ta-8102
trade-ins Out of this world WE BUY SELL TRADE antIhing -
prices .
Wilt keep your children I "9&7. .1.lIar. 22 1-21
d'n. Terms ss low as ,US WHit
il-SPECIAL--LY week. Call CY 2-M34. -......-...- - - Bedroom. air rnnrilMnn *> pen.' 11 Ml st., NW CT SS4MZ32J It's the price
for yon I - - tral heat. Near new Cypress I

flEA BOCI KEA ((5J) House TrailersNOW GSSDftE1SERVICE Gardens shopping I center. Yes this truly fine borne Is

rasb. Wa,. ((10)) Articles For Sal. ((12)) For Runt, Furn.INTOWN Large corner lot. Will sacrifice I ON CHAIN. or unca Jew 4bedroom. all of these things sal
S bath home 111
: for quick sale. much much more.
STORE!: acre.nrd ,,
,SELLINO lull line ol SaTY-
: III" =
11.'La :
Permanent LINE MOBILE HOMER Palm I 217 Ave. A, NW CY S-21IS dock. WeB .
Short Mobil Villas, Rt 22 eat ofLak Quality reconditioned. m...'* work LIVING TERMS TO SUIT BUYER or Rued CY H740 cy $'oOoL I-U' A. n has three bedrooms

with Alfred 11-TF 2025 what uniforms you buy Not All pre-packaged.it asian d color.See spacious and spotless one bedroom PRICE Z4ooe two baths (one with

ALUMINUM and metal camper foe RUMMAGE SALE) Clothing 2100 per suit {IS Arlana ATAuburndal ., and efficiency apartments deslrabl 210 LAKE location.ROY Lovely o* Cbole.CB home very, dressing room) beautiful ,

Ker.protelD.ddlUve all pick-up trucka 1UOO caahTelephone ; mlar tool and electrical *upplle' .. Across from Conllne completely furnished Including Call CY S-2752 2-bedroom, 2 tile batho. Every: family\ room with fireplace .
CY 2-7747.: 21-24 room apacloua. Larg wooded lot
0 Short walk to expensively carpeted
.. U... 11 Eagle Lobe. gsrage. every -24- and ..... Owner will sell or leas..
HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT I -HI ACCORDION 120 Base, 2 week thing. Moderate) yearly and Air conditioned. CY S-748L 18-. living and dining
Water and elc-ctrlo furnished, ItO old 7 switches, cost 190000, aWl
room .
seasonal ratea.JORDAN entry foyer ,
$12.50 week.. CY 4-2902.: 24-2 I ha guarantee 1150.00 or beet euh _
USED TV SETS A* Is Take offer Immediately. Writ Box A APARTMENTS SPECIALIDEAL bom fully equipped kitchen ,
Equity 2-bedroom with Cl-
I your pick 21000 sack Johnson 1389 %! NewcChlef. 24-slar. I double garage .
Appllanc. Lake AUred. 272-llDt 714-11 sIb St., NW 2MZ7S71WF traa for large trailer, cabana.AIt..D'
oetaolAap.fashion out ot print with In.e ((5-A) Moving & Storage S-TF ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bed RETIREMENT HOMES WO '","I. U-24 central heat and air conditioning -
colffur .
Highchair Chain Saws t bedrooms 1 baths, kitchen 2-BEDROOM. tile bath, dining colonial de
BEAUTY FLOOR Sample Sofas. chairs, la.ble Floor Polisher U. DO ITRENTALS. room carport. I porches. Sear sign.B. .
WALK IMPERIAL MOVING STORAOE. *. lampa, etc 11 00 A up. 2802 AT*. O. NW. "Tr FURNISHED or tmrCRNBHEDEmCIbNCIES Florida room A dining shopping renter. N. city taiefKMO .
1581 Havendale CY S-I4K Prompt and efficient service for Term. Warehous Furniture Sal.. : and ill BII;)> area. Ideally located on .00. CY 2-S22S. 21-24 This! home Is located on
all your moving need Call I
(2 4th St., NW. 1S-24 INVENTORY reduction S 1M ROOMS. Nice Ian airy room -
CT 2-414 for fres Minute MOTOROLA Console Cabinet )Mode ConvenMntly located M Old Postal AVE. S, NW STATELY OAKS 20S Lak Link Dr. SB, LAKE- Howard Terrace with SB
Agent for A tI.. Van Une. Inc., TV'.. Guaranteed wholesale prtcea Building. Call CY 2-S8M *r CY VIEW 2 Ian. bedroom; 2 til* exceptional lakevlew of
:CLASSIFIED DISPlAY serving all BO statss. 14-Tf1 HAYWOOD and Wakefleld bamboo ELLSWORTH APPLIANCES. 24- '''187. S-TF both.. Large fully equipped kitchen
living room furniture. Dlnlni I urn COURT N.E. BUCKEYE Including dishwasher. Separate both Lake Howard and
I with 2 and dining room. Living room fl..- Lake
room set chain, buffet Mirror. Truly an

I r.; J-Jrt I ((6)) Special Service Lake hutch Otla to Dr.match BE. Also misc. 21-24 1325 ((10-AlWi4) Motors THREE'itnUhrd room.apartment.and batE Deslrabl Up"r' HILLS REASONABLE FINANCING. EXCELLENT piece: ; room Florida*ls room. storage; attached close. garage ares to be desired by the

---- cl...ie-m. location. 132 X. Central laundry roomi well and sprinklers most discriminating.

"J! loin _...-. i TYPEWRITER HP pump 2 ph... Ave. 22-2S AVAILABE quiet deslrabl. netthborhond walkIng -
1 HP pump 1 phase, t* HP motor. FOR BALI: Boat Lift Boat oficr distance to echooln FUA C. The price of this home
ALTERATIONS Blind stitched CY .7711.. 21-24 FIRST FLOOR Apartment WalkIng ,".000. CY 4-2372 22-2S
>wantf" Wetak JMl modem equipment 1010 Hickory CY 2-904L 21-27 distance to town, lake Cleaa Call Wallace Tucker which has 2,000 square

: ... NW. CY 2-7M4. Mr. Edna: II PER DAY RENTAL for Electriccarpet and quiet Adult please Oil An CY 34492 SlIm DOWN feet of living ares, is
Schouer. 24-reb. 2SINCOMB IS ft Flberglaea boat 25 HP Erin-: & NW. 21-TF 2 2 2 BR CB Homes. SeveraL
Shampooer with purchasof rude motor, electric darter, tilt CHARLES IIr<'OMIC. Reg. Broker2J28 $33,000. Already (financed
: 11-I1.r. 11 TAX SERVICE My office I.UE LUSTRE. JOHNBOLAND trailer, Nice Chime, pleaeur' PainIng 213-2681 a down payment of only
or your borne b, appointment HARDWARE. 24-24 boat 2 U.00. CY 4-2841. 23-25 FOR RENT Two bedroom furnished Tucker I Builders $5,000 is needed
M'00 up Denman Ward213soda : apartment close-In i Immediate
LADIES! 20-Mar. RUBBER STAMPS For check feoseeeslon on aeaannal or
..ndoraem.ntallature\ year round baela. Tall at Eli Av*. FOR SALE Bin Rang Art This six months old home
(I II.AJ) For Rent, Unf. A. NE. Phone 22->270. 11-TF Modem I bedroom bom**
Do youhave nice clothes youcant Winter Haven Draftlnt Co.All other purpose aura datlnl.Iampa 20-28 260 per month- Is shown by appointment
seals ,
type Commercial pockut.t.mps. 'ct'lr'
wear? Reildentlal drafting. STAR PRER3! Phone CY ONE Newly Decorated furnished .aI,. For additional information
Well, don't despair! Satisfaction Outran I red 4-229). 1(1 Av*. A. NW. TI 2-BEDROOM CB boone for rent apartment SIS Avenue B, SB can

Let 1(2( retell them for you! Drawn Bid,. CY 4-1432 14IS2 NB' Stk St 27500 month CY 2-lOOA 17-TF FLAT GOLFT hIIIIIIIllI5lIIIIllIIIIIIIl5IlIIIIllIllII1.TOP r .
MT FOR BALK 24" It'** rang. Four 224-2632. 22-TF II1b Mole.LEIS .
burner and a trill Flv months Very iron lire at
;j. .(Open Soon) EVA: THOIIP80N BOOKXJCEPlNO old. f 100.00. CY .1* 21-22 2-BEDROOM unfurnished houee aad LAKE: ALFRED Nice clean 7SO"i'VEt. H. NE. I QUALITY I
SERVICE Income Tn. apartment. and 25* 00 large apartment. 27000 to SUM New MEDALLION HOME with I BROS.
/!! Encore Shop ey .1110. but Aye. r USED!: REFR10ERATORS: . Also .J86"t *. ATKINS month for 2 to 4 adult; Include all bedroom, Hi baths. All electrto i HOME I!
I'Y..Ma. utilities I ,
and of bourn
us* laundry kitchen,
: I Ranees Washera Dryer REAL ESTATE CY 4111.17.lIa. eelllnf beat, large rear "
........re TV Set Stereo .. IT2BEDROOM FR 2-144 22-TF screened porch. Sodded front lava CHAIN OF REALTORS
MASON Air Conditioner Recondtloned Irrla-atlon. Lance UOI st k
I TO BUILD A P".NTE1BAR- fully guaranteed Term. nartment Privet FURNISHED ap.rtmenta. 5-ho-i. Taa 1W |ot Price only 216.500. 8L, N.W.
.. In TheTHRIFTWAY HECTIC OR PATIO . Call From SMtS 4 Up. JOHNSON bath wired fur electrle or ,... room upper. SMOO per month 2900 down and we pcloslnf. i LAKE ii' (Opposite North Gate)
SHOPPING CY S-28S8. ,22-22 APPLIANCES Lak Alfred Water furnished 23200 month 41SAT bedroom' lower: 250.00. 4(2 Ave.: lost
/ CENTER Phone 273-1131 Nit.. 172-1510 *. P. BW. 21-* B. NW. II.... OPEN: SUNDAY 1 i. 2 P H. $27,000 ZH-II" Mites CT 4-2S51

:I Or Call CY 3-1405 ((6-A) Animals & SuppliesTHREE 1S-TF 9'ORP.ENT WITH OPTION TO FURNISHED 1 bedroom dapirsapartment. 227 Third BAIBm-COWNABT St. SW ISC.KNM
BUT 2-Bedraom. 1-beth house E
.'in.' 2S-2I FOR QUICK SALE MOVING with O-.21 built-in. ISO.00 par Inquire at 112 2th SI. 20TFRetirement Your own prlv.t.lakefront. :
......room suites, 0 E. waaher, month with 50%" inntled aralnetdown Elolse or call 2124344.: 2124NEW S ,. dock and boat Ss
male*, one female AKC stove, refrigerator. Other ml.... payment McELROY BUILD- bft.Ooothera'ettiet =
AITOHOLTCS, aJfONYsiOUS registered red Dachshund pup- Item Very rood condition. Torn EPS. 244354.: 21-TF WARM lakeald apartment. -
I -144'1 Pi**. fine eaturea with all ahot. reasonable. CY 2-77)1 20-34: Ideal for tourlals. Corner ot Lak El kitchens we have :
keeling. Tueedar, S:12 P M. See them at 1401 Hickory St. CY 3 BEDROOM HOUBIII f"r rent... Howard, 770 Avenue D, SW. View S ever seen with cherry (13-AJ) Groves
County Health Department 2-7220. 11-21 Call CY UGH after 4 PM of two lake. SUNDECK. Glenn' L.
fa I HOOKS ot fin. furniture. Take Jt.U wlneford. I x finish kitchen cabinets .. sS _
Srd Bt and Av*. NW
..0. Bos 1012AnyonOmowtnf amp payment of $5.55 par week.'ncludlnc Homes Beautiful panelled !'\or1- E

((7)) To Buy or Trade 1.11. new.refrliterator Warehoun 4 Furnitureile range I(112)) For Rent, Furn. (12-C) Mortgage Lo 21..1 E da room with itreplaceE..Gla.asNdlngdoersE E GROVE PLUS

the address or .. Si 4th St, NW. 12-24 BEAUTIFUL INCOMB PROPERTY

m"IY'.f whereanouta Florence of Earl VIII.Rlckard. for WE BUY need appliance and furallure I.I i: .. .... I E to screened patio porch. E
pleas notify
Mr. Oeorg J:. Berry lit 4. and we soil iud appllanoM -II :!JlIIII5Il5lIIlIIIIIlsI5IslusI5Is5Illp5WMortgage GARDEN = Foyer entry, pacloua s .I Acres with 3Vt acres to ma-

VlDce .., Indiana. 22-25 and furniture Brook AppUanee II PRINTING LEXICONNO. EXCLUSIVE E bedrooms. full baths. 5 ItDeluxe ire grove, the tree count is

JTurnltur. 2M1 Hayeadal Bird iTT I B LoanolUpTo25Years i : GROVE 5 nylon carpeting :: 1.31; valeod $7, while and

(I-A) Instructions I: PUT RENTALS | I IE E and quality drapes from E II Ink, grapefruit 400 IX

CASH FOR ORANGES GRAPE. Semeltmel refers .. aej ... NEAR CYPRESS GARDENS E Terrell's Of course It EE L akefront Very modern

FRUIT. On tree or more, Uceneed ....In. lie. N.. 71 but la I S bedroom turn. home. extra .' MODELS OPEN DAILY has central beat and sko ampktely furnished duplex .
U.S. Civil Service Tests! 2-4722 after Dealer. Telephone CY .,. times term U fly. I. nIce e :youll be pleased = E conditioning Owner E B ro frost damage and pump &
:00 Furnished with the '
p.m. apartment 141 IIocIoroom. =
21 li.ht..ltht! flat m.t.1| shoot ; prompt cour-: Entrance just one-half mile E moving to Colorado ofs V>!
Men women. 1162. Start high ...4 far t..n.'."',, In.*. E teous service = East of Cypress Gardens on E fen this home built In late = ..23,000.! Financing Available.

.. l200 s week. Preparatory ((8)) Automotive t. *>.>.r on u effie preu E compare the closing = State Road 540 ,. = =
1 S bedroom bom 2100 1962 for only $27,000 .
training until appointed. Thousands like the Newi-Ctile b costs .
(ur.rently M. H. Jordan
'of 2 S bedroom I bath horn, Fla 1 = Make an appointment E Realty
jobs open. Experience Inilelllna..
usually unnecessary FREE information lid FORD |421 Firm 230 22nd I room I bedroom Unt i._ |75SKE E .savlngsandloantype i E aowt! Call EAL ESTATE COUNSELORS

in jobs .salaries re It. SW. 21.34 : financing, Insurance company s & ASSOC. Inc. MALCOLM TETREAVXT | 71 14-11 4tk Sty NW 2M-rn

quirements. Write TODAY firing IM OLD8MOBILB Holldey Snort E loans or FHA Ins E

name. address and phone. Sedan PE On Air owner conditioner tar, perfect RAH. PB.con, BEASLEY REALTY CO. E aured loans whatever i Developers Builders Eve. A Sao. CT S-S07I -23.

Lincoln Service Box A-137J e/o dition row. 272-113 M-js 2M 4th .... KWCT your needs see s 2I3-2SU nZQ13OJ

NewSChlCi 2-I7S7 us CT S-teiS : 22-22 f 14-AJ) Lots &
1161 OLDSMOBILE. Eirellent: con 53-TI Town & Country | [ TOWNECOUNTRY! Acreage
dillon, new One all power, ..hol.- :

FOR an type ot buslnt oaur.ea. ale price CT 2-2324. ja-M FOR RENT effIciency apartm.nt. Mortgage Corp. | TRANSFERRED: Owner must f iWUtydHli
majoring In Secretarial, AccountIng BY OWNER 1M2 OldamobllM" CT 14771. 1144 sell quickly. 2-Bedroom. 2-bath air r CX3II4I1"niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniir[[ 'lI I ACRES LAHFRONT
Typing IBM keypunch, call condlttoneo lakTtw horn*. Larg ;.ft.l. .1ectJ1cI16. bam. citrus
hardtop 277
"/INTER: HAVEN new tires radio air r Ill jvaM .. aw a 2t4-112t HOUSE furnished S room and MaaoolU CY 3-1141 | cheery rooms excellent nearby I '
COLLEGE BUSINESS conditioned Only 14 000 mile New bath. Water furnished 11000 aweek. : arhoou. and atom. Low tax**. Lowdown .. ;; c cZ32t C:: F. UcCOMTO. Re*. Broker
; 214-2168 or come by of- ondlUnn. i I
*"* 3134443
"crmc'"itS. Call CY 2-fcoM. BUt ". O. 16TTil5Il5ll5Illlllll5Il5IIII5lIIII5III5lIllI payment 1011 BUUuore Dr.CI' .
tie*, Set Lounge B, NW. 22-Fb. 22 CY 34527. ME. 11... c; .. wu. u-n 24-21

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Classified Ads Legal Advertising l gj' AdvrtstngBKttOLCTlUN Legal AdvertisingLEGAL 1 Nopd t 04L 1WpOMR4M11

la Led Fer Tka 'Teitk Jitlola NOTICE i
"",." la Aid Fer WHCREA8 berelolor on the 11111 Sealed bid. win be recelnd' by Wit! etrt'' io tq
I4-A) Lots & AcreagtLAKEFRONT I rlk Ceaaty. Flow day ot uecambar AD Dos theboard the City of Winter Haven. Florida
el County: Oommiaaionere: o f I. the oUtce 01 the Cttf Manager
MB10CA dANNsrery; Pak County 'by Reaolution revised .t City HaU until '.110 PM Er?
LOT i PlaatUf.WILLIAM and eiubllehel new boundary line Monday' March II 1944 and opuhiicly
for all aleuioa precinct la Polk opened ae road aloud fnsfur.t.hing

1110 rut wldt on Chiln White NELSON CE.VNI8 County, "' 'P.c: dealtnawa said City with nine 01)
Defendant thtnis a* w. Lag.e vehicle of transportation, all inacoordance
I Sand Lath 150 Feet DitpI Car N. di13Sd0-toe Lake and Preotnct 11, Uordonviu with tha nclflcatlonion
Just North of City Umlti. Net lTATg I TO ArrEAB file In the only el the City
I FLORIDA 'TO andWHEREAS, 1hat been dhow Manatar In Mid City, area i\ t.
state r rm. REDUCED 1076" William Nelaog txnnli end that la the deacrlptloa o( said Envelopea mint k* plainly
I below Apprslied Value. Rout Box Ml preclncl*, through error a mistake inrked SEALED BO>S FOR VIS-
forehead. Kentucky sailed In the said dtaorlpllona re- IUC1.U. !
CALL OWNER CY 41701 suiting: I In the Inolualoa of an area The City reeerve the right to
Poet OfTlcT lox Ml in Precinct W which orrcUy la In reject" any and all bids and t* ao-
Iforehead, Kentucky Precinct Iii waive any Irrarularltlai or
yes are hereby notified that a NOW' TEREFORE M f.r.'nI.: I whan ta th* beat In-
CHOICE JUCUDENTIAli LOT e* ,Hit for divorce haa .been flied cornet said mlataaa wdto aocur tenet el the
Cypr*** Cardan Rid Owne aialnai.r"edboo: the plaintiff In th. .. th* tn* wdnof yCDU OP THEF.b.
| will flnanoa. Oil ...-.31. t-Tl above and you are of sad pnolneu, Ik* B CITY MANAGER _
ardrd and required to file an a... County CommlMlonar* of PolkCounty C. Co Ryan
nearane. anaw.r ? ether delnulP'adlni Florida, la regular taaalo ar
I FBITATB LAIEFRONT: LOT I In this caua with the duly eeemhled, 'be It resolved that R Mach 1 164NOTICP .a ) WoPtM.61 .4Awas osttf LATISranl.aciaw uowwtiuzi
hoe- MI' dep, Went uk Nee Clerk to the hrelnabov dooynatod the aald Order of December II1M1 : .r v e's IIWIM ro.m MsriR, IUr Awe) sweyu rOT
I are CT 4-llia. 14-1 eourt with a copy thereof to the be and the same I* hereby con OF UNDO"IIEIl # NigDS A FAM7AN. AWANCML Mrs[ a rail APOrMNra I77P GAYN IOYd I wIf'lNwp MYAo.etAnr
plaintiff or her attorney, Morto reeled and amended M that thboundariaa MEETING OF WAHNFTA to rAr a.AAaAt.4.YT fNYAA1lY 1sOptN C'1AtAw IFARFl"e
J. Hanlon, e/o/ Sumnurlln con W sad DaUIHiOE
l of said Precinct DIITBICT
ANPYOfuAtr /
NINE *0 I 1M lot*. AH an canal nor Poet Offlc Box TO Wlntna IT shall read a* fnUaaPRKCINCT Nolle la hereby given that en p NM7 lautMaMJi
lead. tote t lak chain. IlinM BY Hama. Florida. o. III' belore Ih. NO. M I the Sib day et March 1M4 at I:M 1LI/
OWNER or "W' broker CY UttllItMar day 01 March iw*. to the Eagle Labs o'clock' p m. ta offices *| lit 1
;. plalntllfa complaint herein ftl'U AD ef Section ill 1 that portion et Third Street i WIIa Winter Haven.
otherwise, doeroro confuses Section 1 lylnj Weat of the EaaIhorilln Florid. there will 'b* a meeting of
be tntared against you. *l Rails: labs. and the the land owner owning land 'In
WITNESS my hand and official L'ssty and the NWi of the NW* aid Dletrlct for the purpea* .,
Lake Howard Pool l .* th. 11th day of February, .. *clton, 11 nil th* above deecrlbed electing SupervUor whore unto __
1M at Bartow, Polk Count, land halo In Township ::7'' bays nplrad and to Transact suck
Lakefront Flnrld. South, Bangs H Call: and alleotloa other" buaineae a* may regularly
(1EAl.hI.r. $ T. II, II and M and that ; come before aald meeting.
R WLOAN J1l portion ef II and the WaatVk ef U Thl. the 10th day of Yabruary,
100' x 300'Large N.LOAN: JJL lylnt North ef Peae Creak and' I 1....
Clark of Circuit Court the Wet Vk ef Section I. IT, M W J Tourhten. Secratary
By Luell Haatlnfi andh.* South H of Ike ,"
high lakefront lot IB the Deputy Clerk : d"o Section I ands ef Via W.An.ttaa nazi District

most tscluilvt section In Win Fib IT M, Mar 1,11m Bet of that pan or the North W. 3 Touchton
I lying Waal of the I BOl IIWlntar
ter Haven Ont of the few left
Lat Shoralln of Eafl. Lake all
on Lake Howard Terms can In Tk. rircalt. Carl Of Tka r..Ut the! above deecrlbed lands Iyar In Fab.IT. N Mar I. 1M

be articled. ,..Irla! rirtalt la And Fat Townahlp 9*damry Uni'Ni n d E. i
Palk dainty. Flerlda -:; r Lr1iATMNFNf D INIO A 11N Y MCfPIOII hFw pIOgN IMAK A Nfry11g
I. rll....., tins precinct Is the perlmtar Court
said daacrlbed land, IRA IN TILL
M. H Jordan Realty J GERARD CONVERSE tba Record sTIy f .
Young place> I I. .> tail Laka. Odh yA
FlalntlK, MAT /Utt
FUed wHTI''I
OordonvlllaAll .
714.U. *.1 $L, NW ZM ALYCa C CONVERSEDefendant: et ...uon. lid II. J I. Martin Th.rmo King tale and Dl wilTh

tina 10 II, 14 II II, houthi U .. Santa ... Leon Miller, elvU action
lurr FOR DIVORCE 84 M as: and the t, of the dam....
No. tlOM-eO-175 Waal V of Section 111 that portloef Ronald D Patterson .. II* O
NOTICE: or HIT ef T and II lying I Fatteraon, divorce.
s Hancockl: Enid T Saunder* .*. J M.
THE STATE: OF FLORIDA TO I that portion of Section Hay
legal i AdvertisingNOTICE Alyc a Convare 18, a SO and U 'lying East man *t ui et al quiet till,
41 Orchard ItD1mar ef 344' and that Lloyd William Clawaon ve. Matte
New York. ef SB'ecuon.I 14 U and N Blanch Clawaon, partition. w
af.ac'; : Frank M Back V*. Lucille fl.
TO CBEDITORAb Tou are hereby notified that a lying North / Creek all the Back divorce. A POWCT RANT ONTMI
Tk teeatr Jd|*'* Cart U 14 suit for divorce hat been file abov deecrlbed lands tn In Townhln Richmond HOT SIDE Of THC n
:., relk levity, Morla. atalnat you In the abov' entitle 21 South Rani N Eaat.Th HU1 Saving Bank eta, 1
n. Elliott: L. MERCURY M
... of said aletlon > at lu, Carp
cauae: and that you are hereby boundary Una 2m
IK : fat foreclosureDorla SOAK* UP TH( (UN)
aulred .. 01 M
LOUISE M to wry a eonv of your a precinct la the perimeter '
HOLSTEDTDcad ewer or other written defrne the said daeorlbad lands.Voting MoCowa va William B. RAW !NlROL.
upon STRAVOHN! CHARTS ft KAOdRIDIS. .. place I* at Gorionvtlla MtCown. interlocutory. appeal gys
T AU Creditor and Peraoni
Batty Elalna Mill Harold
plaintiff attorney FURTHER ORDERED va.
Havlnj. Claim or Demand Ajalnal whose addreaa.! \la P 0 Box 611: AND that this Reaolution be recorded Dean Mill. divorce.
Said Eitatti Winter Haven. Florida be- Rebecca B Tucker v. Ch.ater
on or ncord In the
You and aach of you, ar* hereby fore the 10th day of March 1M. In the the Clerk of th* Circuit Lee Tackor, ..P* .'* maintenance C AUT vVH

elalma notified and to file demand I In duplicate which you all and before or Immrdlatelv. thereafter Court offlc In of and for Polk County. Florida Donald D Polaton va Shirley. Ann + PLEAS HAVE Y'fB 6ECN A7U HAVE SJtP9..A1dD 2 AM v CNAINti 11%1 +..
I t* file with Ih. Clerk of the Poleton dlrorc
have aralnn the eetaU of Loulu abnm.tvtd Court the ordinal 01 and the earn b* publlahtdone Mabel Matto. Hake .*. Victor ENTER 111E TRIG< TRICKteI 'ro 1R130Nef11PFIYLLIbr
four ((4) week. PRpICeS K1AIN1
M Holitedt deceaeed. In the office a weak for P BI
aid anawar or said ,written d. NeweChlefa U Haaka. III...... i
of Richard A Bronton. CxmtyJudira tone*.. U anvIf Wlntar Haven Dally 01 1 Alice Orene Byrd w. Donald Edwin sad
at his office In the Court you fall M do M decree no newapaptr publlehed In and Byrd dlvorca WHY TNI aK4Nf# id f ss
Hour at Barlow. Florida, within eonfaea will be entered a.*ln. general circulation In paid Count Th. Fonda National Bank at
err calendar month from February roar for th* relief demanded I* the et Polk and Slat of Florid ten the Lakeland eta. ... r O MUy, ., ttt 1 w
M 1M4. which I I. the date of Cemnlelnl. tint publication te b* within chattel mortgage foreclosure 1
the tint publication of this notice WITNESS my had and afflcl. (10) day fur th* data of adoption Helen McClung Walker Rodney 1 .
v* r
Earh claim or demand must be Inwriting seal of office at Barlow Polk! et this Order 8. Walker child
joust Slats the place ofreildane County. Florida, ibis lIb day 01 DONE AND ORDERED by unanimous In Jeeal.* Mae Rudd support va Sackl
I and pat of tics I addrea February. 1MD vote of all Commissioners Douglas
et the claimant. must be aworn to It. CLOAK. Jit retular. and open eeaalon this lltl aupport:
Tha t.'smen'e Bank 8a
Clerk Circuit Court of February. AD. mi, aBarlow for "lnt*
filed aforesaid day
and must be u or In
: of New
elM aama will become void Br VIvTan A PurvlfSEAL. Polk County, FondaOF thVC"jr York etc., 'it
Kenneth W. Duke and
Richard< Andrew HolitadtEtocutor *'"" CU* HOARD COUNTY
itl ( COMMISSIONERSBy Duke, mnr ra(* ferN loan.

Bummerlln and Connor Fb U IT, H M..III. JIIIt"O'l'IA Wllmor McCutcheon, Cltlaena Order National and tteer Bank** In It

P O. Bra TH ChairmanATTEBYI Peterabun *to., va. T. K Hutchneon

Winter Haven Florida CBEOTOMIn H. 51.0616 1ft., Clerk ( Jr'. etc et tin eta. final deer .
Attorney for Executor i:
I'. U. M.r. .. I. JNt ** of fnrecltwur* and ale, I
Feb K March 11, II. 1M4 'I'h Ceoaty ttlt r .rl la Aa Feb Bola Davla va Audrey Bentoa.xecutrli. .
For Pelk dusty. FlerldaIlf etc final decree,
RE: ERTATE OP In n* Clrr.lt Cart John d. Paddy Jr, va Carolyn I
NOTICE RANDOLPH lURING MERRILDm Teatk iaalcUl. Clnalt. Paddy, decree divorce.
OF INTEfT10! TO **** relit Ceanty, Flerlda.In John air va. Jaw Ma Joinr .
MAtr APPLICATION FOB To An Creditor and Penon thaieery. final doer** divorce. HwLLO, 6A/ISNA, HOW ABOW6ERV1N9 1GUtR. S=IRED M Ah MIDHAVE E IJ7
FINAL DISCHABGEtn Having Claims or D e m a ad. CASE NO I10U DOCKET SO Wanda Collelte Beaeley v* Woodrow ( LN I CbRNED BH3 Ad Yt7UR BAb3i MR.JIIX'JG THR DOI
Ref Entail of Against laid E.I.IOI: PAGE NO, 171 a, B.ul.,. final deer*. dlvore f AND CABRAfiB TDN 9 rT AN dETp y' WICHO 6LAl6E0 UrtOeEAIITIFUL
IRVIM R. tORCHOFFFRDecaaael Tou and each of you. ar henb JAMES E. BURKE .. BUT PONT TELL(MV WIFBlIT OF H1 i61 7R000Llt ; ,
notified to Ml. In dupllrat all Plaintiff rialna DcYeunr v*. Klrhala Carl -
TO ALL WHOP IT KAY claims and demands which you KAREN lie D Vouni. final decree divorce k TQbib5ldrr VVA8 MV BUSOeSTIONPLEASESTCM 1 Dean :
COICEBNINNIcs BUJUtII Pelbert Leiger v*. Martha W.
have atalnat the safe of Randolph
hereby lvn that w* : .
1* IVfend nLNOTIfB Oelier, final decree divorce 2
kv* filed, our final report. a* Ex's.atoll Beartn Merrill. d..ued. III I OF SlIT Hilda Jeanatte Conner Teddl
of th ealate of Irvin R.Klrehoffar ha office at Richard A Braaaon, TILE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Los Conner dismissal va
deeeaeedi r that w* have County Judge. at hi* alike In the Kara M Burke Richard Wlchaell v* 1C. R. JohnSon
filed our Mtltton w.fo final die- Can Hotia at Bart..... Florida, U7 N. Mechanic IVs.tBarrie dlamUeal
chart, and that will apply M within' at* calendar month from Spring. Michelin Kvely It Loveetl V*. John A
the Men Richard A. Brontnn, February trd. INS which la the You are harsh noWI.d that I evealL\ dlimlieaL
County Judge of Polk l County, Flor. I data of tha first publication of this lllie for divorce bu been filet Patricia V, shepard Y. Kenntth
Ida on the 17th day of Merck 1M4ThU wtlr*. Each: claim or demand must against you In the ova entitle< B: Bhepard, dlamlaaal,
Mr approval ra:" am. and for be In writing. mint plate the nlae auai I and that you are hrbvreauired Nancy Rich T*, Donald ONu
final dlahrs Exauare of lhaalals of realdmo. and poet office addrea la eerva a copy of your Rich. dlamissal.William lSPERFUMR
.. IGrchoffer d. .., other wrlltea dol.....* 1
01 Irma of the claimant must be wen t* .n. or r Hartman vm. Vrane. r
....... upon J. Julian Bennett pltlnuff *
and most b* filed' a* aforeaald. or "'. Hartman, final decree divorce.
IH4, whoa addreoe I la XI
14th day of February, attorney
.Ue tarn win beoom veld.lit mar Bulldlns, Winter Havan lion Polk County. .teI. v. R. O Hap
Sellet.Alfred .
Florence Hill VerH lor et al final judgment eminent
Ida (Polk Canton before the
A lellet Annie It or domain suit *. to Cecil W. BMp.
Executers; 0' the eatat Hilt Merrl Ilk dar of March. A.D. 1044. and
EseeutrlsrlttenAen before er r ard et Ml $JOO| a* to WinifredOeohatn
of Irvin Elrchoner. A Crlttendenttorn 11 Immedl.I.I"lb.NaIt. a' et ui. J5IO| a to Don.
Dnea.od.AUtei .v* for EieeutrtsO elrled Cou rt'lb. orliinalke: of .a Aanawsr old J, Darla et u., (0401 M teR. ,
Bos 4 McphersBWear w. Pen 181 ar said wrlttel defsnaa. U O Hflr et .... 170, S Jl1STN2MONBDHO'# lT uee41Ti it N6NP !t MoA
RaveFeb Winter Haven ForldaFeb at. Huh J. Garnet *t us v*. M* DCYA5TATG RFFECT WILI.TU11 VOtR I4JSOAN0INTO NOT IT JUST KEEPS 'r'CNTFdEMEN
all' to do so, dame Dnrent. E Marsh and Carolyn Lancaster .
IT. K Mar L I. UM t. 10 IT. K 1N4 .:: will be entered I!alnet you .t al. final decree quisling title. ADA5/N44ROIWiTC NECESSAfT1 HMAt441KL
for the relief demanded la the Henry B McKlntle v*, Emily ,
I Comolol"t. Ponce. McJClnla, final decree di- I 1>IpN4ER
ARTICLES FOR SALE WITNESS my !hand and official vorceBeeel. '
peal ef offlc at Barlow. Polk V Bhulaf .... John W r I ,
County. Florida, this It* day of huler. final decree diverts. 6Pi
"'brua.". AD 1M4. Polk County. ets' v. It X.rn:11 .
SEAL) et !, final $)udmant ever .
D. R. BLQAK. JJL : : salt I .. t* T. /. Os-
Clark Crlcult Court and Jr, .t u., fmUkeland .
By Vivian Cla Yoke Bill Drive T* Theatr
1 ( Deputy lorp., *lc., v*. Oennre Luther
J JULIAN PENNED Pearson. final deer*. of forecloeur,
Attorney for Plaintiff '. I ins. n Gerald d
J01 Vlmar Building 1 L ; 1rJtIl U Bally Q

Winter Haven. Florid tln.t..r: foreclosing mnrtiai*.
Feb 10. IT 14. Mar S. IN4 Basing. and Loan
Association at Provldanoa. its, ...
Byron P Mauler ...t ui et al, eunvmerr
NOTICE rWDFB riCTITIOfS final decree foreclosing mort

READER Nolle I. hereby tlvan that the gse.R. Oentry and W B Oentrro

IInd.N.......!. desiring to engage In artnera. etc, n V'lra WIU. ... ..
ualnH und>r the flrtltloua name blame et vlr final decree tore-
011. T. MANN ft ASSOCIATES OF thing mnrtmt
SERVICE WINTER HAVEN at 1700 Sixth GUI Meral Prtenoii v*. Billy '
Sleet N W, In th. City of Winter Nay P'i t nion, dlamliiwlroiHTY. p1AaJIIW I h d
laven. Florida, Intend to rafliter the said name wllh Ih. Clark of the Ll......* aRAWLIdGfLM" BERTIE-1 WE 1OIissAbW AWAVIRIINOLOYAL
Circuit Court of Polk CountyFlorida. Danny Howard Keith Fl. Lake -
E *1. Lake Alfro Caroline P XXJ// THLQUEDJ! INTERFERE!ItM
*/ Irving Mana
/ e.
Alfred Blouln. St. Lake. '
Ill Sam Barman b (
and, and Brand Cheryl Vlnaon, l'7 .
ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS Fab t 10 17 14. 1M4 30. Lakeland a iJ o ..

1.Fondle Charactertl RLTabS ;
PortionOr. In a pay tend ',
Notices For This Department : .,AalnfuHbUcompountl 2.JL Great cloth t nx

Lake n. aU. .
10.Ptcklnf a. Layers d.nerl' e v
Limited To
I container L )1m' tool. .

1. her far Mia. w ..., I* tW .. N. ....M N. Cbso... U.U.Bar Older window IL IIlckname hUe "H.. ; N N e

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MOM u tricks 1r,4.Arouses
11 Ward Limb .1 h.. H .
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.. N. tawMrclal, will W y. N. .*.. ... U Recto ps, g1Mls.ourtl 40.GleTs 1 r1b1
Kt"ttt- abbr lfExcasu abbr. name

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Handmade QuUt. 11000 12500
of homemade $Wes .J6G PIGEONS Buy 1 pen dralfht On. .I 10 II M

:'rII.; Lake Alfred. white fantall, IXP 00 and ,*t S.FUT

1 pea free. CT 6-.. ...aI..... S7.Mnd.MSZAlcohoIlo IL I Ij
JI :'INgr Plteona, too aplea or socks
76c T21 Wth it.. NWfhene ..
CT S-TTtL Billy Fletcher HAMSTERS, I females I mala.Breedlut RE Ylag.r 1+ 15'worm

cat and. small cat
RUMMAGE: IALEI) Antique dlehMOT .- : No 11 Ie VeM WUtLS MlerN
e. chair' (Ladle. cktbtnf pity amendREVERE beverage sou BUMBUt G M
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Plash camera CT MM.
holy man lW
LARGE: electric etov Good con it Book of
dIUon. 11000.: 2H-2JI1 LARGE Tomato punt now ready
Old JI //
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SI SPECIAL: AMMUNITION HALF Reflon Dundee M CT S-UU. 41 Fray .... l > ;

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Reload. ,0* Round 414 ->} oW
North Lake Lulu Drive. t4.ArtUaaehlaftalng l"t't
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SEEKS CITRUS QUEEN TITLE-Miss Janet Baker of FEB 24, 25, 26, 1964SWIFT'S
Umstille will be I candidate for Florid Citrui Queen it .
the Exposition In Winter Haven on March 9. She It 19,
,and sponsored by the Umatilla Chamber of Commerce. .


--- The Lighter Side -

- By DICK WEST Ai troublemaker you can tell Miss Lord ii "FRYER QUARTER SALE!" : ,

If her campaign succeeds 4-ox.
lamed Marjorie Lord, actressy certain comedians will have to : : 49 :
$ trade, has been going around create i whole new line of BREASTS LEGS pkg.
the country stirring up trouble jokes. Like: or
; In public life, Miss Lord Who wn that lady I law .

playa the role of a housewife you"That with was last no night"lady That was Swifts Premium Bar-B-Q Pork,
on the Danny Thomas show on I home executive .' '
television. In private life, she Salesmen will knock on the :
plays the role of i housewife in door and ask "is the executive : BEEF OR HAM
the domicile of producer Randolph ot the house it home"! And Ib. 35
Hale, her husband females who spend too much
.la both roles, the Is the ins time out of the house will haveto B .
tigator, or founding mother, be reminded that "an executive -of.Pkle 59ci.
at.. subversive organization 'i place Ii In the home
called SHE which stands for But even If the new job classification
Sovlety of Home Executives does catch on, I don't -
Miss Lord told me about the think it will change things very
organization recently when she much Women who ire obligedto
passed through the capital during spend their time In domestic OSAGE BETTY CROCKER
a personal appearance tour, pursuits can get dishpan hands
"I hate the word 'house just it easily under my other BUTTERMILK
wife,' Miss Lord laid, "and I name DETERGENT
think most other women do too. They might glory In the title
Its a patronizing, infuriatingterm for a little while, but It would ,
that it degrading to our not be long before you would I BISCUITS FAB
sex. hear them lay "I'm just I
'Housewife' wouldn't be so home executive."
bad by Itself but it ii almost
always used n part of the
phrase 'Just a housewife Suffering Advertisement
sink traps! Do you realize ,
what 'just I housewife' ace Pays Off With
tttllly Is?
-"She Is I nurse, dietician Good Meals

doctor, chauffeur, plumber, pay BERKELEY Calif. (UPI -
ehologiit, teacher, sanitation Three hungry University of California .
engineer community relation!
seniors have recruited i
expert, laundress, landscape lovely corps of coed cooks to
architect interior decorator, provide food service in their limit 1 pei customer with
barber and-or hairdresser, cou- bachelor flat, Limit 2 please
hostess, Limit 4 please of $3or
,turlee purchasing "We're ill lousy cooks and purchases more
agent, economist I pastoral .
we had to do something," explains
counsellor social guidance dl. Philip lieald, 21, an enterprising 1. v
rector. ind electronics expert. administration major,
\ "And that doesn begin to
lieald and his two roommatesadvertised
cover! all that i 'just a house. In
the University of
wife' doei.
California for
.laid:""If she could only cook," 1 their"young dinners ladies"newspaper willing to cook down produce tone .

"In inert," Mill Lord conlin Their goal was 21 ladlesthree _
tied, ignoring the interruption, per night seven nights I inr h' .home Vrtnd Tender Sweet Callo Pack
<". housewife ii in executive A week. At last count, they had
home executive And that ii the 15 coeds signed up for the pro- Apple Juice ... .. :. ; .. bolt: 25'
of our society
purpose 7
cram Carrots
"Our goal ii to banish the Llbb '. kg.
'housewife' from the language Among the obvious bene Famous .
and replace It with i title fits for the young women were Pork & 2.J; 29'
that beLts the work she a chance to meet men, some Beans . .. .:.. .
free meals, and a chance to '
does"W practice cooking Kraft's Mild AmericanSpaghetti 0. dairy specials .
The first meal cooked by the ..

corps and salad was roast It was beef declared potatoes s Dinner. .. .. ... Ik..' 19' Swift's AllsweetMargarine

success by Heild Andy Sim. I
GIFTS monde, 21, and Tiy Gary, 21, Maxlcala IrondButter 1 1.lb.
the three bachelor roommates, 1 2 49
The cooks were Identified n Beans .. .. .. .. .. !?i iex i ; 23 tins.
Nancy Pond, year-old brunette
; Joan Misrack, 20.year* Sunswaat Medium Size

@ old 20 brunette. .old, blonde.and Carol Levin 1.111. 35'I :ft frozen foodsDownyFlake
Prunes 65'
I year .
"We were delighted because .... .. . Pk..
they licked the platters clean,"
When Mm Levin said. "In fact this Sunswaat. Larja 51.. Frozen
you may be the start of the real domestic -
to towns peace corps;. Prunes ... . ,Jt k 37' Jt: 69' 5.oz.
.. W affles 4 49'NORTH

Y..f. W.lc.m.. W.joHoiUu Marriage Special Daal-Pack (Vanilla, Lemon,.Chxolat-Fudge. )) ,kg I.

will .tll wide e Jello 4pr9: ,39'
Puddings :
basks .f f tftt ..4frltndly CHRISTCHfRCII England :. .. .
|r..tlnjt feels (UPI-The Rev Leslie Yorke,
,. ..sr. nllelees. elvis en. vicar of Christchurch, told the Iraakfait Club Enriched
congregation at Priory Church I
k leaders
fiiM here Sunday that marriage was White Bread e .. .. ... 2,3P ,
''l u hazardous as driving i cir ,

If vas kav last| mcvte' through London.WOMEN. It', Easy T. Usa + GATE
M WIn1.1 Hans ... stare 16.01.
to aid*** PAST 21 Starch No More .. .. ... ] ,II, 59'Graanwoad s i .

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