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 26, 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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(Weather map on pig three.| 53-No. 127 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Keeps Miss Tyler 1 + .a School Board Considers

On Baker r College Site QuestionSenate


Baker'i girl Friday, Carole

ler, today refused like her

to answer questions by

line investigator Senate activities aide about while Baker'i he Passes First Street ProjectCity's Capacity Crowd

The 24-year old former

nessee beauty queen, Present To GiveCities'
ly attired in a white suit iE1j
$$11.5 Billion
big black buttons, sat : i Lone
and smiling at the Senate Request
Committee' witness table StandThe
her attorney, Myron G.
talked with newsmen Tax Cut Bill Winter Haven submitted only a meeting which he described

before a hearing opened. one road project to the Polk at a "forward-looking method"of Polk County School

Erlich said Miss Tyler UNITED FUND WORKERS REPORT-La t night division leaden reported on the County Commissioners at a meeting the road problem Board today took up consideration
decline, on his advice, to WASHINGTON (UPI-The hearing on road need requestslast of the county Turnbull said
blitz conducted for United Givers Fund-Red Cross direct the campaign of the Florida State Junior
Helping Senate today passed decisivelyand night-the four-laning of he this .
the committee's questions. from left Clarence Weaver executive director of William R. thought county commission College Site Survey Team recommendation -
; Raley.
sent to President Johnson
Erlich cited curbs which First St. from Ave. T, North, was "the best in the
said the Constitution places chairman; Jack Summers, who was In charge of the Auburndale drive; and a landmark (11.5 billion tax cut to Cypress Garden Road, its state." before a crowd
Congress) in arguing that McNeer, who directed the campaign in Lake Alfred. bill that means an average $4 southern: terminus. Commission Chairman Wi that filled the meeting room.
and overflowed Into
to.$3 weekly I paycheck boost McCutcheon remarked after the corn)
committee proceeding had Mayor Richard Dandier told mer dor.
and for millions. And It'll begin hearing the requests, that
purpose was the county commissioners that It
was expected that the
"invalid invasion" of Miss Blifz Nets showing up next week. this project Is the most critically "we have enough here for a
would take action
ler'i rights Furthermore, : : The sweeping election year needed one in the city five.year program It will be the recommendation! no other than on
lien taid, Mist Tyler tax reduction biggest in U.S. Mayor Danttler was accompanied good for long range planning."
to the team'i
claim protection against history for Individuals and to the hearing by the Winter Haven's needs appeared accept reporLThree
ble Incrimlnatrcn under I. be the modest of members of the board, a
corporations was whisked to other four commissioners, Tom to most
5th Amendment. the White House where Johnson Turnbull, J. D. Hill, Mrs Virginia the larger cities. Lakeland submitted majority, have announced op-
Baker has twice refused to Over $87,000 was expected to sign It Foley Miller and Hughes eight Auburndale had position to the selection of the

ewer pertinent questions in quickly possibly by late afternoon Steele, and City Manager C, C, four, Bartow three, flames City Winter Haven Golf Course as
pearances before the I Ryan. three, Lake Alfred two, Fros the lone site approved by the
tee. He declined Tuesday at If signed today, the benefit The county commissioner proof and Mulberry one each. state
public session after pleading United Giver Fund-Red raised the four communities of ta I I. 143434. which bas been of the bill'! will be felt starting heard request from 14 cities The requests made, in addl. This majority composed of
5th Amendment and other Campaign counted 67 per the Lake Region area let *i the minimum requirement with checks received n t x t who were represented by a total lion to that of Winter Have Wendell Watson and Mr. Dora
cons in a closed door Its 1984 quota today aft I The total contribution and of the II agencies which Wednesday when wage earners of 48 officials I included the following: Cox Phillip of Lakeland and
ante last week. 7)t all-out drive yesterday pledge reported at last nlght'i hare In the current campaign, get a paycheck Increase because The commissioners were Lakeland-Construction of a Gene Head of Bartow, might
Miss Tyler, a one time volunteer who can- dinner were $87.747.85. The quo- William L Haley, 1964 campaign of a 4 point drop in pay. praised by Turnbull, who con I four.lane north'south bypass however, ram through a motion -
City. Tenn, beauty contest them such Continued 6 Col I calling for a re-survey.
chairman mid the report roll withholding rates. gratulated on holding ( on Page 6))
net, was Baker's lee r At 2 p.m, the board had not
when he was a Senate Group Says at the end of the one-day By a vote of 328 to U, the taken any action, but war hearing
blitz at the dinner held at the House Us final .
and \if currently! employed in \ stamped approval reports from the delegations
law office here. Lake Region Yacht and Country Tuesday on the tax measure
Erlich told newsmen Club which Is a compromise between Ruby Jury Now Official of seven cities were
"this committee no one" Helps Cuba Accepting the report wit the original $112 billion House In the throng to go before the
the right to Invade the praise for the effort put forth and a $11S billion Senate versions. board to endorse the team'i

of his client war Albert Griffin vice president unanimous selection of the Winter
I However Erlich said he of the United Giver Fund. The first benefit of the massive Has 6 MembersDALLAS Haven site

!root r1D-j: to televising I Rocket Projects who served for the president election-year tax cut will Besides a Winter Haven delegation
as did Edward n Andrew P. Ireland, who returned be felt quickly' by millions of headed by Mayor Richard
Williams Baker'i attorney wage earners, starting late next
late yesterday to Clncln (UPI) A young would be complete by,the mid. Dantzler, Chamber of Commerce
Tuesday'a session. week if Johnson signs the
meas ...
were barred during Baker' (UPI) Cuban lion which has powerful seismographic nail, Ohio where his father Wit lire Immediately. paper salesman today was die of next vveek. President Jolin-Carpen-' "
Instrument *" burled Saturday It.; had beeq 1 The defense 1 Ilio,i puWn, ter, and including the entire
timony but his remarks group .. Tuesday a nat .the report there for the funeiaYand cam Payroll withholding tttti will awora In as sixth Juror In the
broadcast oa radio and American electronic laid. "Walder\ In charge to Winter Haven late Monday drop eight days after itj) I II Jack Ruby murder trial. After out the word that Ruby, the city commission city manager
tile other cities
signed sick looking, hollow-eyed, mold
from It cent to 14
tloa.Am n, the questions I II directing the con of the station" to help launch the drive yesterday per cent resulting per in fatter paychecks nine days of trial, the jury war faced little defendant could were present to endorsethe
In Cuba of under The exile group said Its Intelligence morning. half completed. become Winter Haven site
about quite easily a nervous
(Continued on Page (, CoL averaging $4 to $3
atomic installations con Griffin old fir
the result
reports show that 10 a week for many taxpayers. R. I, Flechtner, 29, a suburbanite wreck before It'* all over. Mayor James Telford and
Soviet rocket capable Russia did not remove all of were "very encouraging" asxhe Johnson Is counting on the like four of the previous Speeding things along, Judge City Manager Don HirUfield
most in the
State, place (Continued oa Page 6, Col. 7)] has "every confidence thatthe American consumer to act naturally selected had been the (Continued on Page 6, Col. 2)) of Lake Alfred were
Slated goal would be reached. : and Jurors armed with a resolutionpassed
Hearing ipend 97 cent of --
Cuban Exile Revolution Raley expressed his apprecla I every $1 he get In tax cuts, stand less than 20 minutes when at a special! meeting of
aid It had lent tins and that of the United both sides accepted him. the city commission yesterday
thereby pumping $27 million a
gathered by Driver InjuredIn Fund board to the workers end day into the economy. The ipecd-up of the trial 27 GraduatedBy afternoon unanimously spprov-
On Road on the Communist Island, to others who helped in the of
Budget la sum, the sweeping tax reduction continued with the likelihood log the site team'* choice
Director J, Edgar Hoov
campaign He urged ill those ,
and reform program lathe night sessions to spur proceed. The Hainei City Chamber of
Washington. who still bad cards to mike cornerstone of the admlnls- togs' Commerce, the Lake Wale
Dr, AccidentA Red Cross
Cuban Premier Car
The secondary road their calls aa ooa aa poisibland ration's entire budget structure Flechtner joins Douglas J, Chamber of Commerce, Au-
bearing for State Road A. (Tony) De Varona,
turn in their reports to For the coming fiscal year and Sowell, Luther E. Dickerson, burndale Davenport and Dundee
of the council Identified
1 will be ,
March ment District 11 and 12 at the as Robert B. SO.year.old Winter Haven United Given Ty, '* heau.uar' the foundation for Johnson' Mrs. Mildred McCollum, Allen Twenty'seven persons have also had representative
tern 228 Third St.. SW. forecast of good time ahead W McCoy and Max E. Causey there with similar endorsement .
Milton Lamar Alderman completed first aid
Road Department district a German-born, natu man, Eight dJvllioD-eh.lrm course under -
flee In Bartow, Road American. 229 Ave B, NW, received minor D made in the court house Isolation dormitorles the auspices of the Winter I, *.
member Warren Casoo Varona said Walder a injuries early this morning their report at the dinner, and for Jurors.He Haven Chapter, American Red Bartow' City Commissionwas
pounced today. nan In his SOs who when the car he was driving one of them, Jack Summer, Aid Course Set I II salesman for the Clam Cross, and are now fully quail represented for the pur
The secondary road a Cuban girl after his went out of control and crashed who headed the Auburndali pitt Paper Co., and lives In fled to be of apeclal servicegray II pole of asking the board to call
financed by the fifth, sixth oa the Communist\ into another vehicle the general canvas, which did not For Instructors Richardson, just outside the ladle and to operate in for a resurvey, on the ground
seventh cent of the state 1M1, \la a "specialist in Winter Haven Police Department include large firms revealed city limits. Only Sowell Is a area nursery school that the Bartow Air Bate was
line tax Is adopted after and atomic installa reported. that his crew had collected 115! Current First Aid Instructorsare resident of Dallas Classes and demonstration a superior location for the col-
ommendation by the Alderman suffered la e e rations per cent of the quota assignee Invited and urged to attend Flechtncr! laid he could be a have been conducted by the leg,. A Lakeland delegation
board of county council report said Wal of the forehead and was to them. This was the only division a i refresher course: at the air juror and had no scruples chapter over the last several (Continued on Page C, Col. 4)
about the death
American Red penalty
Installing the atomic lab. treated and released at Winter going over the top. Cross Headquarters day affording knowledge of the
ers.The bearings determine .. hi the Santo Tomas Haven Hospital. Summers' division reported S3 Fifth St., NW, tonight He I II married and has two latest technique developed by
secondary road Improve Portalei cave In Fi Alderman was traveling easton 14,58623, which was the fourth tomorrow and Friday children He 1* a Christian national headquarter of the
to be programmed for the Rio Province. Ave. B, NE, near First St. largest la term of division reports from 7 to 10 p.m. Scientist American Red Cros, Legion Honors
cal beginning July 1, N. when, according to police mad Chapter official announcedthe Ruby tens and nervous
year of the galleries of the U I II the object of the local
and ending June 30, 1961. Tomas cave there 1* aa report, he lost control of his Biggest division in the cam- class will be taught by blinked( rapidly during questioning chapter to have at least one
George T. Costello Seventy of jurors. At one point, he
(-Continued- -on Page S, Cot atomic energy sta (Continued On Page 8 Col. 2)) (Continued on Page. t, Col. 2)) ; first aid Instructor art eligible held an animated whispering member in each local household Oratory Winner

for this training and over six conversation with chief defense schooled In first aid procedure
are taking instruction for the attorney Melvin Belli. so that precious time

I Bank Of Lake Alfred Adds 'Coffee Break' For CustomersThe first Urn. I Both sides felt that the jury (Contnlued- on Page- --6-,-Col SCITRUS ) member Frlerson-Nichols honored Legion Joe Hoffman Post

local high school junior,
Bank of Lake Alfred frt': ': II.. ? '" .t their weekly meeting Tuesday -
has done something new for .II '" J. '. \? night. He won the Legion
I +lr SdLf the coffee break. -"I" I I .\.1'',!:,,( 1i;: district oratorical contest on the

; e Starting today, the public la R :ar U.8. Constitution. -::
min being Invited in on it. Hoffman, ion of Mr. and Mrs.
Hot or cold beverage will Ray Hoffman spoke on the fod-
p.AYP be available at the bank' "Hos rat Income tax He will com-
v p pitality Center" in the lobby { pete in the second phase of the
every morning the bank I II open contest scheduled for tomorrow -
from 10 to 11 o'clock-'Dd It'* at the Plant City ,Lfgloh(
fre*. )11811. The area competition will
L. L. Johnson, executive( be held at the Winter Haven
president, said this unique beverage Ugh ScJwol: March 6.
rIs ,. Commander H. R. Summer-
dispenser "provide the ,-
Bank of Lake Alfred with another yUle presided at the meelisg,
opportunity to build goodwill rv I- which feature a report on the
and community relation dedication of the new Legion
at a time when public service building In St. Petersburg last
\is becoming more and more Sunday. Past Commander Bill
Important. Clarke, Adjutant Ben Ash-
Among the beverages available mead and Vice Commander
are hot coffee, hot or cold hester Schoonover represented
: : tea, cool aids, tot chocolate, ,' f. the local post at the, vent, attended
soups and other by BOO' ..,
Employes are wearing eye 1(1 The post *n4 woman' auxiliary -
1tk catching lapel badges Inviting ..1 ere pUnnlng to operate
I everyone to visit the "Hospi \.. a food booth at the Florida Clt-
tality Center" :.. t '.J' rue Exposition the week of'
l e March f 14: They will be host
Fruit 'f- : ;kT' to the Miami Vanguard, a S3-

L. Shipments ... (,\ ember drum and bugle! corps.
which will In the
Daily carloadings (In boxes) appear expotion
from the Fruit and Vegetable f' parade Saturday, March
Inspection Division: ... -1 > 7, The post will pay the Vanuarda -
i By rail, 10,437 grapefruit, 2,* ; expenses while here
694 oranges, 495 tangerines 051murcotts and they are being given the
; by boat, 24 grapefruit courtesy of the showers ..ndother
42 orange; by truck L facilities. at the high
57,210 grapefruit 29,237 oranges school

CUSTOMERS GET COFFEE BREAK-The Bank of Lake Alfred has added a "Ho.pi. 178 448 murcotts tangerine; total, I4M 17,171 temple., PARADE PLANNERS M.mber* of the Florid Citrus Exposition Parade Ed Members Neilan, president heard a letter of the from U.S.
taffy Center" where hot and cold beverages will be served free to customers and visitors 11,873 oranges, 1473 tangerines Committee are shown planning for the biggest parade In the history of the Expolition.Sixty.eight Chamber; of Commerce, repl,.
between 10 and I II I 'm. on banking days. First to loin the coffee break crowd on 5,461emple.* 1,399 units have already entered From left, seated, Carl Aleck Bob Ritchey, and leg to one the post lent him

opening day today were Mayor Jams Telford, left and City Manager Don Harttfild murcotts for a shipping total of L J. Shaw, pared marshal; standing Bud Shinn, Bruce Parker, Stan Freeman, and Eddie criticizing his Saturday Ev-
being served by Mrs Joann Buchanan, host," for coffee hour. 107,682 boxes Smith. (Continued on Page o, CoL I)



Juvenile JudgeSpeaks Demonstration Broken Up Herbert Hoover Area DeathLEE Kiwanis Hears I Big Bad Wolf Cyprus Envoy Tools Griffin Stolen Reports

By tatted Press International D. \\lLKERSONLee Chases Woman 'Called Home From His BoatKEY

To PTA National Guardsmen armed Shows SteadyImprovement Garden D.Lane Wilkerson, Saraaoti, 75,, of formerly 160 Talk On Unions, I WEST Fla. (UPI)-

with bayonets and tear gas of Winter Haven, died at I Capt. Charles H. Griffin Jr.
broke a Negro demonstration the Sarasota Memorial Hospitallast I CLAYGATE, England (UPI)
up Dean RuskNICOSIA tailed his stolen shrimp boat
At Lake Alfred Tuesday at Cambridge, Md nlcht. RightToWorkLeglilatlon -Mri. Ludmllla Fleming cried"wolf1 By home from Cuba Tuesday and
He was a native of Crest- Tuesday but nobody believed
where martial law has reigned
said an anchor, tools and torn
'Accept the big problems lince last July when 15 persona NEW YORK (UPIFormer) view and moved to Sarasota to prohibit com her, That U until they Cyprus (UPI) food had been stolen from the
such life and death, but take were shot during rioting. President Herbert Hoover 80, from Winter Haven IS yean puliory unionism U the best law the wolf loping after her. US. Ambassador to Cypru.rra.er .
at retired called back boat la Havana.
thawed further "definite Im ago. He was a grove Wilkins wn
The guardsmen moved in Mri. Fleming was walking In
care of the little problems, and when a "control group" of 15 provement" today In hit battle caretaker Mr. Wlikonon was way to promote democracy In to Washington on u urgent "I'm not worried about tile
thus Improve the attitude of demonstrator violated a ban against a kidney ailment and a a member of the Primitive unions, Granvllla Alley Tampa the woods Tuesday and, just bull today for talks en the stolen equipment, though I'm
the youth of today," Judge on demonstnUons and ill of respiratory Infection that has Baptist Church of Sarasota. attorney told the Kiwanis like Little Red Riding Hood, latest flare-up of the Cyprus Just glad to get my boat back"
Bowdon Hunt advised parents them were taken Into protective kept him In bed for four dayi. He U survived by his widow Club yesterday at 1U weekly the met a wolf. She didn't knowIt crlili. laid Griffin of Thunderbolt
last evening In an address custody, Doctor In attendance on the Mra. Daisy R. Wilkerion of luncheon In speaking on rightto WH a wolf at first but when A U.S. Embassy spokesman
"Theie ,Our Children," before Slit President at bn Waldorf Sarasota; three daughter, .work lawi.Covering the shaggy animal kept ptiter- said Secretary of State Dean Ga, after ha docked the W-
junior big school parent, Towers apartment Issued a midmorning Mill Hazel L. Wilkenon of Tallahassee her "Laddie Ruik recalled Wilkins during foot Johnny Reb.
tog she laid
dog, ,
teachers and visitors at Lake Army Begins medical bulletin that Mri. James Watson a little of the history the night. H( Hid Wilkins Less than I week ago four
Alft>ed. laid there had been no further of Jacksonville, and Mri. Ruth and present status. of national "Shool't"Then would return when the talks Cuban fishing boat captains:
The Juvenile Court Judge of bleeding from Hoover'i right Wiggins of Winter Haven; five and state right to-work the animal turned to end. who convicted of poachingin
BittOw, Hunt said, "the biggest kidney his temperature was grandchildren; one great- laws, the speaker said that he fact me," Mri. Fleming laid, Informed sources here believed Florida were waters charged they
coQCtrn of the kindergarten 'Chute Probe normal, and he wit in no pain.. grandchild; and a brother JohnE. "had no quarrel with the fact. "and I went stiff with fright." Wllklni' recall reflected had been "robbed blind" during
tethers wasn't the educational "He li still having some reiplratory Wilkerion of Sarasota.Funeral that unions have become largely She aid the wolf "bad fierce increasing American alirm their two-week detention here.EARN .
aspect but the attitude of each difficulty due to his services will be held I political orgsnliationi. over the worsening iltuitlon.
I pulmonary Infection," the bulletin I "I do object to the minuet eyes and vicious teeth." Itt asli.
chili to "take hit turn, to tomorrow morning from hit Two development live rill
consideration for someone At Ft. BraggFAYETTEVILLE said "This laUer seems to rejtdence. Burial will follow In I In which support ti gained by Remembering Red Riding to then worries-U.N. Secretary -
elee!' be responding to theripy. He li the family plot in Plant City. them. Hood, Mri. Fleming turned and General Thint'i announcement
title live In an interdependent alert and taking nourishment by He pointed out that fur of ran. Laddie got the menage, of an Impasse In peace
aoeMy. We worry about the N. C. mouth." retaliation U a potent weapon too, and followed lult. Close on talks, and President Archbishop
whole world. Even the school UPI) Blue ribbon boards of The team of three doctors Mrs. Gutierrez for compulsory unionism, which their heels was the big bid Makartos apparently unconstitutional
chgdren read the headlines Inquiry hoped today to learn said they were "pleased" by creates a "captive member. woUt. order !Increasing Greek
stewing! unrest, and it, like televlfla what caused an Air Force C130 Hoover'i Improvement.The ihlp" whose allegiance does Naturally. men laughed. Cypriot security toreei.
>, affects their outlook." Hercules to chop down six paratroopers doctors had announced not have to be won. Until they spotted the wolf jogging British special representative %
Ttre judge laid, "Send your killing four, In war Tuesday night that hemorrhagIng Dies This A.M. Nineteen states cow have laws along behind her and Lad Cyril Pickard met Turkish 4
child to school in a pleasant games at nearby Ft. Bragg In the right kidney had which prohibit a worker from die.One community leader and Vice
trim of mind. It will affect Tuesday. topped by nightfall. But the being forced to join the union of the men, Richard Savage President Fail Kuchuk today
hlfplatloni with his associates Officers of the Air Force and respiratory Infection had caused Mri. Lucia F, Gutierrez 74, in order to hold a job. Wyoming 24, managed to latch ontoa Pickard laid later that "Brit
amMeacheri, and Improve hitstiffies. the Army were to take more Homer to hive a "reitleis li the mOlt recent state garden pitchfork and wavedIt ain li itlll considering the conitltutlonality -
of 755 Bates Ave. died this
." testimony from 'jumpers, pilots day." SW to pan such legislation which at the wolf which promptly' of Makarloi'I Oi It Months
III:his duties with youth In and observers ai they pieced morning at her residence following li constantly under attack, fled. move." "C-rtlflc.t.i .f D*,...."
then court he found that together a paratroopers' nightmare a short lllnesi.Mri. the speaker said and will be The Cheislngtan' Zoo staff was !>I aka rlol' action would unilaterally FOR FULL
trouEled children do not reBPSrt from what was scheduled W. P. Hancock Gutierres was a nativeof I again at the next session of the summoned and they tricked i Increase the Greek
parents who are unable ai a routine jump.Lt. I Florida legislature. the wolf all day with guns, nets Cypriot security force to 7,000 INFORMATIONDROP
toake firm decisions and Gen. John D. Ryan, Inspector Natchez, Miss., and spent "Fortunately this provisionli and dogs."We men from 1U present number IN AT
sti.ti: to them. general of the Air most of her life in New York part of our constitution and don't think the wolf will of 2,000.
EC: does not believe that par. Force, flew in. from Washingtonto Dies At Age 82 City. She came to Winter Haven will have to be disapproved by be dangerous unless it gets "The move li a clear violation
enter:should "mortgage the oldhoos.stead head a top level investigatingteam. from there 15 yean '10. the people before it can be taken hungry" laid Peter Carr, who of the constitution" Ku.
to lend Junior to Hlgh-ranking officer of out." led the hunt. "Then it might chuk laid "and a bid that
coUKfie," though he belleveawtmfheartedly the U.S. Strike Command directed William Payne Hancock 82, She wn a member of St. Jos Right to 'work laws give a ileal chickens or go for cat would appear to legalize the -t :
in higher edu. the Arm)'. probe. of 918 Ave. G, SE, died early eph's Catholic Church. worker freedom of choice, and dog.." murder, arson and looting
cation. Hunt laid the schools Two witnesses were expected this morning at his residence Survlvon include one ion, which It what government ought Cheistngton Zoo officials admitted which has been perpetrated t
neBC> more vocational studies to be Pfc. Leon Sims, II, of He was a native of St. Louis, Phil Gutierrez, Winter Haven; to promote rather than cur- that the wolf had brokenout against the Turkish Cypriots (t
amHie pointed out that many Grand Rapids, Mich, and Sgt. Mo, and moved to Winter Haven one daughter, Mri. Lucia Lor tall, the speaker observed. of their establishment. since Dec. 21."
atufinti cut out to William S. Jenkins, 25, of from Tampa In 1939. He S.C.
just aren't tops Charleston ; a Bill Berry was program chairman --- -------
beA: eton and lawyers but will Washington, D. C., who escaped was the owner of the Citrus brother Joseph Zurhellen, New and Dr. George Graf
be-much happier ai electrician death when the propjet troop Growers 011 Company of Winter York City; two listen. Mr. gave the current event comment For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139
*, plumbers, etc. He laid and cargo carrier sheered off Haven for 15 yean, former Beatrice Stonaker, New Roads, urging members to attend g
"'II1rre: Is honor In any work, their parachutes 1,200 feet manager of the National Petra La.: and Mri. Edwina Stone, the meeting of the school
ai-teng ai It li well done." above the earth."I leum Corporation of Tampa, Natcbei Miit; and 14 grand board today President Jamei
EC said half the freshmen was pretty damn lucky and for nine years was associated children. Gray announced the March
w.1V.:1aU! : their first year In colIege Simi laid after be was treatedfor with the Shell Oil Com Service arrangements will be meeting! of the board of dtrec- Rifle Remember' .. eec Iepestes
.do 10 because they don't minor cuts and bruises. pany. He was graduated from announced later by the Crisp tori of the club for Monday Bagwell Building Supply Range are 'Insured by >,D.IC.
get:up and B to el.!.. Jenkins received 10 stitches in Virginia Polytechnic Institutein Funeral Home night at 7 p.m.
Throughout their grade and high his chin and was given a neck and member of
1W4 was a --- -----------
ichool period the student were brace for a sprain. the Presbyterian Faith. y
cotftlantly prodded by their Killed in the accident were: He is survived by his wife,
to "hurry up, finish Pvt. Edward Matthews, 28, "
parent Mr. Bessie Adams Hancock of
')fOUl'- breakfast, don't be late son of Edward Matthews Sr., Winter Haven a son, WilliamP. '
tonehool," whereat In college of Charleston S. C., and Mri. ; CHEVROLET-The
Hancock Jr. of Hampton, great highway performer
Matthews Neptune
they the.sell are.propelling on their own urge and to lack get Connie, N.J.C. Va; a itep-ion Leroy T. Hancock .
to school. S. Sgt. O'Dell Samuel 26, of Orlando; a slater, Mri.
"Knowledge and the truth I husband of Janle A. Samuel of B. D. Morgan of Roanoke, Va.;
wilt set ui free. Get the man put Columbia, S. C., and ion of Mr. and four grandchildreit.Funeral I
together right and the world and Mri. Ida Walter of Colum services will be held
at 10:30: a.m. Friday from the
ii bound to come out all right,
laid the judge. bia.Capt.. Robert T. Vance. 28, OttLaughlin Chapel with the
... husband of Grltta Vance, Rev. Dr. Albert L. Carnett
Tampa, Fla. and ion of Mr. Pastor of the First Baptist
and Mri. Paul E. Vance of Church of Winter Haven, officiating
Mortgage Annandale, Va. Burial will follow in
Loans Spec. 4 John E. Dantzler, 24, Lakeside Memorial Park.
ion of Mr. and Mrs. George Friends may call at Otto
e. Talk tout Dantzler of Jersey City N.J. Laughlin Chapel from I to tp
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f Wednesday, February 26, $1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-'CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Page Three

Citrus Group The Weather-Local, State And National LAKELAND No UPD-Tb(Frost more I South Viet Nam Advisor Quits I of policy committee I; and hljhltvel operation to coordinate Inter-agency connected If. S.;

Din, temperature bulletin from
WASHINGTON (UPI-A key; sidering offers from three with Viet Nam.
Seeks MarketS the Lakeland Weather Bureau: I
I I administration adviser on the schools. However, Informed sources
Forecast for Florida
Far East la leaving hit post DlTrerence: have been reported laid his decision to leave_th
for tonight and Thursday; : but officials deny; there Is any among government offl- government had oolhint3 js.

Bids Partly cloudy; A little warmer connection with Viet Nam pol dais over how to Intensify the with policy; Issue although
Thursday; Lowest temperatures
Icy war In South Viet Nam against there have been reports that

LAKELAND (UPI-The Flo. cool'wlav .a 1 Thursday; morning In the 40'i Roger Hilsman assistant secretary Communist guerrillas from the some official disagreed with

ride Citrui Commission celled GQ N except near 50 lower east rout of state for Far Eastern north.Hilsmsn'i. his ideal about pressing the ,up
..i l + farming areas. affairs, resigned Tuesday night resignation cam hill
fight In Southeast
for bide Tuesday from technical Future temperature outlook: to accept a university professorship. only; one day after the Stale No effective date was set"for
research firms on four evilu No frost danger through Friday. lie was said to he con Department disclosed formation ILlsman'i departure

tion studies on citrus marketing

and citrus products ,;

Commission General Manage I
[ -I
Homer E. Hooks said six firm "Ii e

bad been given project lUt .

meats outlining the four studies .I', 1 1 11dt5an

and were asked to submit bids .. di .art} 7p t So'' .7 _
rag. e l' e
-If they were Interested DO ,

later thin March 6. \, !

The evaluation studies Involve \ t of Winter HavenSERVING
the marketing of dehydrated w _
juice products, t study of the kkk's'.NQ "
refreshment beverage field, I t'r

study of different forms of citrus 1 ....,

sections and an analysts of byproduct
marketing."We .
are letting this very MOSTLY FAIR-Most of the nation will enjoy clear skies end slightly warmer

early; deadline in order to provide weather today. Some snow It forecast for the extreme Pacific Northwest, the astern AND HOME OWNER

the Commission with Greet Lakes region end parts of the Ohio Valley end the extreme north* strn states

ample time to evaluate the proposals Rain it forecast for the Gulf.states with tome snow in New Mexico.

and to place contract Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK Five The Specialized Job Savings and Loan Associations
Day ForecastFive
as quickly as possible, Hook Partly Cloudy; through 'to.

laid. Panhandle morrow. Cooler today with day forecast for peninsular
He pointed out that the re. becomIng high 65 to 70. Low tonight 45
Partly; cloudy; today, Florida for period beginning .
quests for proposals marked to 55. Northwesterly winds Ito
further Implementation by the mostly cloudy; tonight and 15 miles per hour, becoming T p.m. tonight and endingT

Commission of recommendations Thursday with occasional rain variable this afternoon and p,m. Monday:

made by the Boot, AileD II l ikely I; Thursday. Continued southeasterly tomorrow.Broadway Temperatures through Monday FIRST FEDERALSAASSOCIATION

aDd Hamilton business consul rather cold. High today In the will average S to 5 degree
lag firm and by the Industry
Research Advisory; Committee SO'i, low tonight 40 to 46. Varl below normal. Warming trend

"The Commission conform able winds S to II miles per Play, beginning of period, turning

with leading processor: in the hour through Thursday; colder by weekend. Sample

citrus industry In preparing the dally ranges: Tallahassee sa.48,
questions to be answered in North 'The Deputy _
these statements" Hooks site. Partly; cloudy through Thur Tampa 7453 and Miami 7860. r.- of WINTER HAVEN
"We also did a bit of research day. Cooler today with high ID Precipitation occurring mainly
in determining which technical the 60'i, low tonight In the on Friday will average less than
research firms would be con 40'i. Northwesterly winds SIS to Draws Protests one half inch extreme south
tacted." miles per hour, becoming
Project statements were man variable this afternoon and to' portion to one Inch or more
ed to Stanford Research In. night and southerly Thurida NEW YORK (UPI) Varioul extreme north. Hardest Working

ttitute of Menlo Park, Call group planned demonstrations
forms; Alfred Polite Research Central tonight to protest the Broadway;
Inc., of New York; Arthur D. Partly cloudy through Thur opening of a -play; which rocked TemperaturesBy Dollars lit town!
Little, Inc., of Cambridge Maiiichuietti day. Cooler today with high 65 Europe with its criticism of
; A. C. Nielsen Com to TO, low tonight 43 to 55. Pope Pinui VII.
piny of New York; Battelle Northwesterly winds 5 to 15 Special police protection was United Press International
Memorial Institute( of Columbus miles per hour becoming var usigned to the Brooks Atkinson Low High

Ohio; and Market Re- able this afternoon and southeasterly Theater for the American Albuquerque .......24 52

search Corporation of America, on Thursday premiere the of "The Deputy" by Atlanta ............ 30 43
New York. Southwest controversial Rolf German playwrlght Birmingham .,.,.., 32 51
"There is an immediate Deed old member Hochhuth 32 year Boston ......,..... 26 30
of the
tar evaluation studies," Hooks Partly cloudy through Thur Church. The Evangelical Chicago ..........., 21 43
declared. "Before we tae pro day. Cooler today with high play accuses the Cleveland ......... 27 40
ceed further with the development 70 to TS, low tonight In the late Pop of failing to speak .
out against the murder Denver ,..... ..... 3 28
of ivy product w. must SO's. Northwest' to north wind million Jews of six Detroit .....,.,,.., 44
by Nails.
be appraised of all the possibletnarkrti I to IS.miles. per hour, be '
Jacksonville ... I
Roman Catholic war veterans ..*., .45 73
' end the marketing"pos-, coming easterly Thursday, ind George Lincoln Rockwell's Kansas City ,......., 18 44
Jollities for that product. Southeast American Nazi party; have announced Los Angeles ......... 45 62
( In discussing the projects Miami Beach ....... 55 78
Partly cloudy through Thur they will picket the
Hookl aid that dehydrated day. Cooler today; with big theater. The Catholics claim Twin Cities ......... 9 27
powder have promise of sub
Plus New Orleans.....,. 35 55
75, low tonight 55 to 60. Var was active behind the
itantlally Increasing the total!
New York .........
able north winds 5 to scenes in saving the lives of 31 34 The dollar
mostly moment In it
per capita consumption of citrus you place: a our care reports
10 miles hour thousands of Jews and the Philadelphia ...,... 22 35
Juice. A business analysis easterly Thursday.per becoming Nazi are defending Hitler'sgenocide Phoenix ............ 43 69 for duty to our loan department. It may be
of the market JOT dehydrated ;
.... .
policy; Raleigh .. .29 42
powder at this time 1 II neededto Key: Hochhuth. laid be hope St. Louis ............ 21 57 used to help a man build a home or by a family for

testing provide and direction future action.for market Partly cloudy through Thursday Americana will accept the play San Francisco ...,.., 53 60 buying or improving a home. Whatever its |fob,
Cooler today with high 'mor* factually and less emo- Seattle .,..,......., 38 51
project The refreshment would Involve beverage three 70 to 75, low tonight 60 to 65 ionally" than Europeans. It Tampa .........,.. 51 70 your dollars create employment and provide the
caused the first riot in the his. Washington ...,..., 28 39
North to northeast winds 10 to that stimulate business
studies, according to Hooks. Wry of Basel Switzerland payrolls keep our towna
15 miles hour becoming inpired
One would evaluate the opportunities per demonstrations in London good place In which to live and raise
for citrus In the vending easterly on Thurlday.Spaghelfi a family. ;:
and resulted in stench Government
industry another would
evaluate the opportunities for Meal Paris.bomb and theater brawls in Buy at home and save at home. That's the way to _
citrus In fountain and the
sales The play i.1 produced her by keep the future of it should be -
third would study the youth our community as
Set By ChurchIn veteran showman Herman Award Goes To
market In regard to habits and bright.EARN
Shumlin, who raised the money e e .
preferences beverage con
Lake AlfredThe for its production himself after
umptlon, 11 well as opportunities
roadway[ ; Impresario
to reach this market Billy
outride the home. public li Invited to the Rose withdrew his interest It Gov. BryantST. ..
An evaluation of the potential spaghetti supper at the Firs will star Emlyn Williams ai :
the smiling, aristocratic cold"
opportunities and custom United Presbyterian Church,
er requirements for citrus sec Lake Alfred on Saturday from Plus and Jeremy Brett as the PETERSBURG (UPI) -
tion products I II sought in one 1:30: to T p.m. The church IIon Jesuit priest Riccsrdo who ac Gov. Farris Bryant was pr-
of the projects. Lakeshore Way, near city cases. the pontiff of guilt by sienct. rented the St. Petersburg Cham- ; r
Before allocating funds ind hiO. her of Commerce' first Good
beginning research program Sponsored by the Junior.Senlor Government Award Tuesday; at
In the byproducts field Hooks High School Youth Fellowship Christian Men a special luncheon.
said that recommendations aBed of the church, proceeds The governor told the cham.ber : i
for a business evaluation of will be used for the purchase that Florida I I. In the for.
the total byproduct field of the lectern for the nearly front In the field of educationand
These studies should determinethe completed new church building Hear EnlowDavid is also "blazing new trails"
potential value for Florida Price are $1 for adult and In its search for new industry ..
citrus In these alms, as wellas 7 S cent for children. Lois Florida Ji the only state Inthe 2
the role of the Commission Johnson heads the committee R. Enlow, director of i nation making year.round .
In the technical and market and other member are Lynn lubllcation for the InternatlonI see of it. educational facilities, :
development and the areas of arron, Carol Hendrlckson, De.vld I Christian Business Men ryant told the chamber. He ....
greater potential for cltrui. and Brent Fisher. Committee, wit featured aid the state' junior college .. ..
speaker at the local CBMC system Is also becoming ODe of ., ..

TONITf IS THE NITS TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! luncheon at the Park Reataur- the finest in the country. w.r.
ant yesterday. After receiving the chamber .
Enlow, who now lives In Lombard ward, the governor made I ..
OPEN 1:45 P.M. ConrlMMt Show. from 2:00 P.M. 111, home of CBMC', in' whirlwind tour of Pinellai ..

MONDAY Mm FRIDAY ernational office, i II originaly County. r
from Orlando. He workedfor
OPEN 12:41: f.... e..l_ Skew fees I P.... SAT sad SUN. five years for in Orlando DundeeMrs.

newspaper Carlton! Per Annuma
Barker ind
His chief job now ii editing
Lost Time Today "Contact", the official publica- sons, Emory and Earnle, have
turned from
ion of CBMC. He I II currently I two months
MRTUNCASTIRKiiMDoucus day; in Moultrie, G*. ..
I 1 ..;;..;.. in Florida on i dual roll. Be-
I sides speaking to local CBMC Cos =
LOST Current Rate
rMOlUCIiUJICHAVAMMDNEH An Eternity groups he li collecting inter WIGAN, England (UPI) -

I h Of Suspense! views from many athletes and Businessman Bob Wellhead, 43, -
celebrities to use later in his
came out of I shop Tuei-
agazin*. day and found his car bad dis- CompoundedSemiAnnually ,
Enlow spoke on "Christ on appeared. .
laving faith in Christ and in Z Y
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY His ear was burled under t..otonl ,
lita power and in His ability; of coal
that had
slipped off
..llMyifere e...-'f--_ to help '00." He will return
a truck. The coal
....,...4 ..".,_ to Lombard the end of thiseek. firm sent twomen
to help dig the badly dented -

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Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefW. -Today's SPEOJEATOkS: IN WHEAT __ -I Washington Window) I

L RYNIRSON. Mit,r.N ll.her

JOHN' W. krNUSON. Anht.nt .. tha PubliihatPublliheal -

; a elly U...pt Satur d.yI by tha Winter HPu.llihlitf "," By LYLE C WILSON Now, NaDaa lai changed hli

C., $I... II* 3rd 5.,..,. N.W. While H..... fUrla1 Commentary United Preaa' International mind. The government economy''
talked to ani'hla '
Johnson Nellia
CHAKUS ftOSHOKN: General Meneger Popular opinion polls showIng
assocIates does not look to'Nellaa
JACK IIAHAN Atteclata faMerrim By POlL NEWSOM : i remarkable enthusiasm for
tTI For,ln Newt Analyst a ; lagging like the Johnson per;,
Johnioa are
j. SULLIVAN Ae"vertllln Mu.|.. President In that field.
Benghazi Tobruk. Tripoli 114q104'Ae. I IA' somewhat behind the politicalfacti formance Over the
NATIONAL ADY TISIN& MPHISINTATIVi weekend Nellan was ea rteorjat
.ntmei mid ftmlllir
Sb..... I A"....t.i, I... C le..., III. in t3JPEi' I Ir4 of this campalga ytar. withdrawing isis favor from
World War n by Allied men- This week a poll (by LouIs
.. M.ll Mett.r So .. IW .. th. P... Office President Nellin'a
Inter.4 .. S.t.nJ dm flees detest and final victory D.C. the new ret.toa .
I. Wlntar H...... Fl.rUa. u.lI.r act .f March ?. 117* 1 1ma Harris In the Washington ,
the ; Big time spending projects
against German Italian Post) reported that II per cant
nil in North Africa of voters questioned believed and deficit financing.

: .. MENSES AUDIT IUREAUOF Tripoli noted In U.8. hli- Johnsoa was effective la keeping Meantime big labor ii turning
.. CIRCULATIONS books : government spending under on the beat for more ipend.ing .
tory for the war which
and bigger deficits. Then
... control. Thus the voters appearto
a fledgling United States fought find Johnson not guilty of art several areas ef labor dls

Aetlva" Meaiacr UNITED PUSS MENSES INTERNATIONAL against the Barbary plritti. the Republican charge that ha content. Johnson'a play for the

NATIONAL EDITORIAL TV. United Pr..l li '.+itI.4.. 1. th. VI* Today, Benghazi li the ",t. Is e typical big time Democrat- favor of economy minded coo.servatlvei .
ASSOCIATION l.f ".ultll.'i.. af ill l.cal .... print.ae era capital of an Indl'pl'ndentUb'a S le spendar. is one of them. The
W4 I I. Ibis e.wIpsce r tl wall, 11.1 ll UPI! at up under United N*> Spending, the national debt AFL-CIO executive council his

N... Dli.etehei. I Uona sponsorshIp In US%. Trip and deficits art THE domestic been meeting in Bal Harbour

ADVERTISING DEADLINE oU li the national admlnlstra. Issuei on which the Republicans Fla. The labor boasei resolved

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT live capital. And it waa in To- expect to bit hardest this in favor of e vast Increase ij

ly the Wardi I P,M. ...I.u. D.,. ly tKt Inchi I .1.4. ..r.u. D.,. bruk on Jin 14, th. 1" year Republicans need those government spending for education .
late) Nellt.it I P,M. Prevlaui Day. Sunday Editlen Deadllnei Friday. old and ailing King Mohammed Issues to win.Tha health care, low.cost housing .

DISPLAY DEPARTMENTs Idrla El Senusil received at hit favorabli consumer counseling and
.. ThU,.". M "l Edition 3 P M. polls art mort
Sunday E MI *-1 P M. 'y Friday!
Tu...., Editian-Nean Saturday Wedn.idcy Thurtdey and Friday palace a government delega to Johnioa than art the political personal guidance services for
Editlana-I P.M. Tw. Day In Advance. tion. facti of lift. The voters are low income families and cl
Tb. delegation bore the newt I talutlng mere promises. For course, for public works.
Member Southern Newi.eaer PublIshers Aiieeletlea that In .Benhlll and Tripoli, (. example, the Kennedy admlnlitrstion's Neilan of the Chamber 01(
Member Flarlda Praia AiiociatlaaTELEPHONE university students were bat. big spending trend has Commerce and George Meinjr

CYprau l-Jltl Uing riot police in fierce atrtit not been checked since Johnson of AFLCIO art beginning to

demonitratlona. I took office three months ago. represent utterly opposlnf

In Benghazi pollc broke Johnsort'a economy promises points of view oa Johnson, each

A Thought For Today down doora and battled atudenta art impressive and hit itrateg supported by some millions of
over barricades made of furni lei are persuasive But the ic like.minded voteri. For John-
ture. At least two student died tual reduction In expenditures ion, that spells out In almpla

"Finally brethren, whatsoever things are true, and scores were injured. remiins to be achieved.It terms t decision he must
The students were protesting is obvious therefore, that make.
honest whatsoever
whatsoever things things
are are King Idrla' failure to attend an the whopping vote of confidence Shall we Join with congressional

just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things Arab summit conference which reported by the pollsters represents conservatives In a

art lovely uhatsoever things art of good report; if delcared Arab unity in a hard 10 far only the impact of drive for real government economy .
line against Israel. Instead Johnson's promises and bis or with congressional U.
then b. any virtue, and if thtrt bt any praise, think per.
Idrla tent a repreientative. auaalv strategies, such a cut. berala la t drive for more
on then thing,. PhiL ":8 Changes have come to Libya ting the Whit IIou bill for spending, bigger annual deficits

At the piano mutt b. kept in tune so the believers Less than five yean ago it electric !lights. and e iteidlly increasing na.

sensitive spiritual nature must bt kept sweet and was a thin strip of green Another factor The big I tlonal debt. Not merely a tough
against the Sahara Diert'i spending decision to make. That will bea
pressure only now is
clean. -Dr. Albert I.. Carnett vast waste of rock and aand. I Television In ReviewBy beginning to develop. The John. tough decision to reveal to

- Strategically it occupied a Almanac ion administration's, propaganda one aide and to conceal from
place along the Mediterranean play has been to the the other.
News-Chief Editorials coast below Italy and Greece KICK DU BROW day on the ". .Hollywood Pel- ment economizers the govern.con
The US. alrbase at Wheelui IIOLLYWooD tee"NBCTV'a By United Fret International
(UPI The servstives to those squares responsive FORECAST PLIP5WASHINGTON

just outside Tripoli negotiatedby wife and I usually have better "Suspense Theatre" Today ii Wednesday Feb. 26, to the 10.called Puritan (UTI pig.

Surplus To The Hungry. the United States In 1954 to tights than the one between renewed anthology for t li the reported officially ins STUn day of 1964 with 309 to I tthlc. Such citizens, of trlct of Columbia cmclala -
I run until 1911 and built at cost coming taaaon, course, have beta pleased Edwin .
of around $100 million, provided Sonny Listen and Casslui Clay with Perry Como'i specials Intermingled follow. p slipped Tuesday on let-
In this seem'to have oversupplyof Ncllan president of the lass
country we an streets.With .
not only a staging link between Tuesday night on closed-circuit again Same net The moon U approaching itt I US. Chamber of Commerce
practically all the edible produce to human work is aaid to be the forecast for several
necessary US. banes in Moroccoand theater television. now countIng full phase got the Johnson treatment at Inches of mow, they had '
survival.We Saudi Arabia but alao pro. pretty firmly on i one hour lbs evening tara art Vanui I the White Houst shortly after DUmeroua -
It.. true there are no knockdowns steep bills\ In the aa-
Daniel Boon
read where there it too much wheat too much vIded live firing ranges for the series stirring and Jupiter. LBJ took over. Nailat was tlon'a
capital coated
with lilt
in our living room bouts Fens for
the fall
whole U,S. tactical air strength Those born today include, among a of
flour, too many potatoes, etc. In Europe. which usually last about I Sing Crosby, who couldn't come "Buffalo Bill" Cody, e nan callers group big business to make the snow melt ai it hit

But at the same time we read, and we also know Into the LIbyan economy the round and a half and end la a to terms with CBS-TV for a situatlon who personified the romance of "I could vote for that man," the But ground.It didn't The forecast .
happy clinch. But the
United States had poured near. on other comedy. Is bending an the Frontier West, In 1146. said Nallan I I
from observation, that there are people in all sectionsof hand we dont charge admis ear toward ABC.TV. oa emerging was hinged Tuesday nightto
ly $200 million.
I On this day In history: from the presidential
the who the of presenct "clearing and warmer.
country are practically on
Whetlua li the
biggest U. 8. I sion.Network In HIS Napoleon Bonaparte,
starvation. Many of these people are in this condition air bate outside the United television boxing with a aquadron of 1,200 men

despite the fact that they are willing to work, States and the 10,000 U.$. Air I bows and oil ABC.TV this season,. AmericanHistory fled from the Island of Elba to ON YOUR
not minute
a too scon After TELEVISION
Force stationed DIAL
men there contributed I begin his second conquest 01Frlllc.
but through some misfortune or other haven't been further to Libyan well i the poor quality of Tuesday .. '

able to make a go of it. belnnWheeluj. I nlght'a: Listen,Clay match In 1870. New York'a first sub WPL4.TY wm.TY wyyyg

It seems like all these stockpiled items could be was Important then which was, after all, for the I MonthToday way lint was opened to the spa Che."" 5 CheeseS t C".IIIIII
and itlll li to the Unlt.d lit. heavyweight championship of public. sac SIC CII
used to good advantage by working out a plan to distribute which pays $10 million the world one wonders that In 1111, Congress estibllihed TamjM Ort...* tempi

the huge surpluses in areas where the need ly for Its use. But its t"l fight buslnesa still interests th'l we pause to honor Grand Canyon National Park la '
exists. Importance to Libya began on* tt all except the Ethan Allen and his Green Arizona. Wednesday NIGHT February

decline when- the__ _first_. .. _.n_ nanle.; Mountain boys. In ragged la 1935, Germany started the
Standard Oil drill brought InLlb'a' I'm afraid I was one of those homespun clothes and with Inadequate operation ef its air fore which 00-Mewl News, Sa.rtl Naws, W.ath.r Pull N...
The Bushes who went to a theater to tea supplies, they surprised 'II-Saarti, -th.,
Are first well in 195T. wai to become the dread "Luft- : Waathar Id t.rlal, S"'ts Saarti. W'that
With a' population of not the bout in which Clay Fort Tlconderogt tt ...ff." of World War II. :39-CIS NIC N.w AIC N.ws CIS N.ws
Full of Candidates. much more than a million Llb emerged at t successor to the night Hit famous order was: _Ml, -CIS News NIC Nawa M'mti la Mull CIS News .
ran oil Income throne once held by Joe Louis- "Open in the name of Great A Oo-Gl.ftft?
alone for
today ii thought the day Russian Reeves D..lh V.11sy Cheyenne
The ballot for the Florida Democratic primary around $120 million annually, who, by the way was an announcer .. Concrete Jehovah ."and the Continental author Dostoyavsky once 7r1l-Gl.ft. Pieces DUlh VIII., Cheyenne Lu.y Lucy Sh.w Sh.w

next May 5 grows and with 70 per cent of it going Into Tuesday night Personally Ethan said: "Tyranny la a habit capable 711D-Ch.i.l. The Vininhae Chsoaee Ch.I.I.
I would not pay five cents, Allen found the British 7:45-h.lel.; The Yirgieiue .
development projects of Ch.,. ..
including being developed, and Chreehcte
Hardly a day without another let alone commander in bed. The
goes by anymore $5, to see Llston and upture
heavy expenditures in agricul at last becomes t diseas Oo-t..rn"'In'
candidate or two throwing in the hat. (The sponge will ture. Clay mix it agsin I have seen the northern of this fort wrested all of the man and the eltlien dlsap- :: ( Th. $*f* ,.*i Duke $...1.1 1 Repent

come later for a lot of them). At the same time Libya launder Who more rIde raw New daring York in the City people subways l land at one stroke.region from Eng par forever In the tyrant." iigiLJill: fe ?K1-r.

With six candidates for governor just to start strong International pressures. at night. Ethan Alien then rendered

things off, i it's going to be no snap for the poor voter Previous U.S. and British aid la it possible that Tuesday viluibla to Canada lid on and secret was mlaaions cap- -Memories- 'III-Hillioilll.Oo-Hillltllll. E.r."".".** !Ie.. C.", HHIMIItt

to keep his wits about him. And M he works his way plus heavy investment by WeaU nlght'a tine landmark fight was for an boxing end-ofth? I tured by the British. When btadmitttd 'ilo-Dle, V.. B DVl. I"'' ."'.. See Casey Cesey Disk Hillkllllal, V... Dr'.

down through the offices-there'll be 50 of them on the era oil companies. have kept wonder what Joe Louis was proudly that bt was, AGO _T4OieMTan_ 11"R/ Cuay Dish V*. Dyk._
Libya Western M YEARS
oriented. indeed i tht Allen who captured
Polk' County ballot-and then picks his way through But Cairo radio beamed into thinking really thinking. Tlconderoga he was treated Sgt. Alike Carroll Ward of the : I I

the myriad of hopefuls whe are competing for many of Libya also mikes a strong impression brutally; rent in chains to Eng WAC. on duty at the Lubbock, iilBlilirsiiiiS: I

the ffices-it could turn out to be a good day's work, particularly among NBCTV't night"Telephone marked Hour"Tuesday its l land. H*jSat. rtnJ.rJ.oD Tex. Army Air Field was homeon 5 ;
atudenta who under the British I
art influence furlough with frlenda and
just..voting.'How of Egyptian teachers. 1,000th broadcast In 24 yean on ships before being returned to : : herS.
I W'Ih., flfpr:\ ; ':sft-w te:
: many candidates' hopes are going to get lost And It could have been this radio and television. Shirley his country. 10 YEARS AGO I .f *. Eteahal,
in this kind of pressure which led the Jones was hostess for the Decision. II I I 141- the Steno lei.: Sh.w sj-jt
vast shuffle there is no way of guessing at this Libyan government to Happy birthday to )yqu ADVANCED PLANNING Among the many project of T..Ih' Sh.w Lsle hew

early date, but the paths to the polls will be strewn over the week end that announce It would happy birthday to )you happy SAN ANGELO Tex. (UPI) the Winter Haven Chamber of

liberally with them, that is certain. not renew leases for US. and birthday dear "Telephone Hour" Th* new $600,000 police station Commerce was the promotion of Thursday MORNING 27

With 50 offices to be filled and a half a dozen British bases.RADIO. happy birthday to youl i Includee an elevator to whisk on the which citrus thousands industry t of program dollars February

more or less competing for each office, and each can- The Channel Iwlmt George prlsoneri j ail. to the second floor and Innumerable mm hours 'IOo-W..u T..y.. Skew Geed Day

didate making his alloted number of speeches betweennow Raft does t song.and.dance rou. For added security an Iron were expended annually TlltvyA T.d.y Today. Sh.Slew.. N... ...11 Dag

and :May 5, the prospect is almost too appalling tint on CBS-TV'a Ed Sullivan gate was Installed at the leva- S YEARS AGO y,4|- M.,1.. Ttd.y Skew Mul"M.cki. I.hens... $$...d.11
show Sunday Croucho tor door. Florida Citrus Exposition of-
for Vords. Is there such A thing as a survival kit for Marx la the host of ABCTV'a One flaw was found Tuesday flclala: listed nearly w exhibitor iKsir T.d.y Sh.. MhchIa i Csptabe

voters II 1 WINT "Hollywood Palace" March 14 Operating controls for the gate for the 35th annual Industry- :: T.II.y. Sh.. Miokie = K.nssr.e

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:: ,Around The TownRenehans NEWS-CHIEF. Wednesday February 26. I 1964 Page Five Dundee Young r


Celebrate Anniversary In Nassau Wiener RoastThe

: Mr. and Mn. Norman A. Renehan of White River Junction Vt., winter resl.I Young Adult clan of

I dents here at 1841 Orangewood Avenue SW, have Just returned from a week's the Dundee Methodist Sunday

trip to Nassau in the Bahama Islands where they observed their 60th wedding church School last, gathered week, and at motored the ,

anniversary. to Kegan Camp on Lake
The steamship line presented Josephine, for a wiener rout,
Mr. and Mri. Renehia and evening of fun. ,
with a large beautifully dee- : \ Mrs. Henna Brown, class
orated cake In honor of the J I ''''//1 teacher, entertained the '3
occasion which was shared "' 4t'' group with accordion music
by: many of the passengers 8 ,4 : by while they visited and roast
in the dining room. r s wJ, ed marshmellowt. .
Nine friends of the couple Baked beam, salad, potato l t
all from White River Junction t rr "Our Mission Today'ProgramGiven chips, slsw, pickles, coffee r
I were In the party to help and punch were served
celebrate the occasion. t- r ,j. 'sal" nj with the "hot dogs".

j Ra i t At Beymer WSCS MeetingThe and Attending Mrs. Robert were the Standlfer Rev.
a Mrs. Frank Zumpf was dis .1' Mr. and Mri. w. T. James Li
from the
missed yesterday
and Hanna Brown
Winter Haven Hospital where Woman's Society of ed the group that the quarter Shirley Mary Nobles, Breads Martin
for Christian Service of Beymer ends April 15, and that
the was a patient several sup Martha and Jeanne Eth-
dayi.Mri. Methodist Church met Mon. ply money contributed this ridge Cecil and Robert Eiell.
day In the social hall of the quarter will go to schools In .
Wray T. Laird hit returned church with members of the Brazil. r
home after a two H .. Edith Knox Circle In chargeof The society voted to tend ti
weeks vacation in Pompano the luncheon. a birthday gift to the colored DAR Has Tea 4' i w
Beach Ft Lauderdale Coral The president, Mrs. T. T college girl sponsored by
Gables and Key Weit. Whilein Dickinson turned the meet. the Lakeland district and Individual At Hodnett Home r

Coral Gables the visited ewe lag over to the program members were urged .
her brother and li.ter.ln.llw. chairman, Mri. George Cas- to send cards and gifts Ponce de Leon Chapter q
Mr. and Mri. Harry B. Reed. teel who Introduced Mrs. E. Daughters of the American
R. Atkinson, leader of a dis- Revolution, held a George LLyr
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Ever. MR. AND MRS. RENEHAN susslon entitled "Our MissionToday" Sweet Sixteen Washington tea Saturday at w
This discussion -
Mich visiting
of Detroit are
ly the home of Mri. J. V. Hod
with the former's fither Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rutherford The Eutswah Class of Bey an opportunity for Christians Party Honors
Memorial Methodist to rethink the basic nett on North Lake Elbert
Ray Everly of Lake Hamil of Boston, Mum ere seer
ton. here for a winter vacation Church will meet tomorrow purposes of the missionary Linda Browning Drive. Assisting In hospital-!
evening at eight o'clock In activities of the church. Mri ties were Mrs. W. C. Allen
The Elks Auxiliary: will William I. Pickhaver was the home of Mrs. John Atkinson Introduced hits Run Linda Lee Browning of Mrs. V7. K. Reed Mri. R. H.
meet at twelve noon tomorrow admitted yesterday to the Evans, 551 Avenue A, ME. sell Fountain who portray. Lake Hamilton, was feted Woodbury, Mri. R. H. Mooty + Ja.
in the club for a luncheon Winter Haven Hospital. ed a Moslem woman. She with a "Sweet Sixteen" party MRS. WILLIAM J. MciNNIS ...
business meeting and Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Essex was questioning the right of at the Lake Hamilton and Mrs E. R. McKenney.
then an afternoon of cardi. Wall, Ecklei ion of Mr. are newcomers to Winter Christians to send missionaries .. Community Club House by Mri. Clark Davis and Mrs. vr
and Mrs. Wallace Eckles, has Haven and are residing on to try to convert Moslems her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brantley presented the Barnhill Mclnnis Nuptials i'I*
to Christianity,
Recent guests at the homeof arrived from Shepherdstown the Cypress Gardens Road. A reply on behalf of Christian E. H. Browning members of the CAR who
Mrs. J. Moores pendleton W. Va. for a visit. They moved here from Loraine missions was given by The club house was decorated were dressed In colonial cos I I Miss E. Janann Barnhill the Barnhill home 3313 Avenue

and Jerry Pendleton were Dr. Ohio. Mri. Muzon in a short talk with. a "Sweet Sixteen" tume. They gave a programon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G, NW ,,??.
M. L. Madison, head of the Mr. and Mrs. L. B. R..... on "Why the Christian faith Sweetheart theme in red the life of Washington. Loye Barnhill, became the The bride was given in.. .
mathematics department at muses of Kalamazoo, Mich. The Lake Hamilton Com pink and white. The flowers bride of William James Mc. t .
hat a mission for all people". accordion marriage by her father and .
Colorado State University at are spending the season in sully Kindergarten recently and by Mrs. L. E. Dickinson used were palms, fern and Jan Davis played Innls, ion of Mrs. Walt Perry, wore an aqua wool suit with
Fort Collins Colo.; Mr. and Lake Hamilton. had a field trip to the Sunbeam on the subject "The camellias with hundreds of selections and accompanied of Eau Gillie, and the late white accessories and a pink
Mrs. Horace Perkins and Bakery In Lakeland. Kingdom of God Is the motive pink and red hearts and cupids the group at they sang songs Earl Joseph Mclnnis, Friday. sweetheart rosebud corsage.
Mr. and Mri. Edward Beanof The PBX Club of the Imperial Making the trip were Shannon for Missions". dangling from the ceiling that were popular in Urn The ceremony took place at The bride was attended by
Nashville Tenn. and Mr. Area will meet Tuesday Hunt, Lisa Hunt, Darrell Following these two talks and walls, with a canopied Revolutionary War Days. Mrs Loye Barnhill Jr., and
and Mri. R. P. Stowe of Lee,- evening at 7.30: at EloIse Swanson, Diana Strum, Jon a closing meditation was given north wall in red, pink and Guests attending were Mrs Mrs Glenn S. Barnhill |s.ii f.*
burg. Mri. Perkins and Mri. Groves. This will be an Hilton Steven Rogers, Karen by Mri. Earle Rabb on white adding a festive supper DemonstrationClub matrons of honor. Loye Barn-
Bean were in Florida for the important meeting and all Rogers, Bucky Fscklam, bow Jesus felt about hit mis club atmosphere. Tables Robert C. Deanett of Maine hill Jr. and Glenn S. Barn-
golden wedding celebrationfor PBX operators are requestedto Kenny Facklam, Swen Marks sion. were arranged to fringe the and Long Island, N.Y.: Mri. MeetsThe hill attended the brldegroopv. ,n
an aunt of the Pendleton attend. and Brenda Gregory. They During the basinet meetIng center floor space and they David Gray, Lltchfield, Conn,: Assisting the hospitalities
clan at Fort Pierce. Dr. Madison were accompanied by their the president announcedthat were appropriately decorated Mri Edna L. Gaffney, Orlando Winter Haven Community were Mn. Sallie Wilson Of" '"
attended educational Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dick- teacher, Mrs Carlton Bias- the annual love offeringand with heart coven, individual ; Mrs. John Leighton, Home DemonstrationClub Bartow and Mri. Betty retblei -
meetings in Miami for several ers of Chicago, ill are here dell and Mrs. Ralph RogersJr. the world Banks are to heart place cards and favors Dearborn, Mich. and Mri. met recently at the of Winter Haven. The -
days prior to his visit her. for a six weeks visit. be turned In next month. All with a dainty bouquet of E. R. Laver of Elyrls! Ohio. home of Mri. H. E. Larson bride'i book was in the care 0 "
who possibly can were urged spring flowers. for a luncheon. of Miss Janet Graft of Ft.
nn. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII'tlllllllllltllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll to attend the district meetIng During the buffet dinner Mrs. Ruth Elklns gave Informative Meade. -, <
I In Lakeland on March 3a music was provided by Mrs. Deborah Circle hints on sewing and The bride was graduate* .
11 l 1 meeting at which Dr Mary Tidwell. fitting garments. In 1962 from Winter Haven
Vela Cleveland missionaryto Music for the dancing hour Mn. Lloyd Peterson was Mri. LeRoy Wise was appointed High School, was active 111.1 *
India, will\ speak. was provided by "The Dis. hostess at her home recently to assist with the D. C. T., a member of the A? '
Mri. John Boland flower cords", a string band group to members of the luncheon to be given for the Spanish Club and before her .
chairman, asked that each circle from Lake Wales. The more Deborah Circle of Grace Lutheran county Women's Clubs In marriage, worked at State,. ,
I + send one person the Saturday than forty guests were members Church. April. Farm Insurance.
I before Easter:to help of the sophomore class Mrs. Mae Shoots gave the Mrs. E. 0 Wledermann The bridegroom was' grad.
4 e'jt with Easter decorations, and of blames City High SchooL scripture reading and pray. Mrs. LaRue Wells and Mri. uated in 1900 from Winter", .
" < asked for donations of East. Those assisting In the hoipltalitiet er was by Mri. Regina Brenner. Roy Dixon will assist with Haven High School and Is ,
er lilies. were: Mrs. Agnes the 411 Club exhibits at the presently serving the Navy
jt Banquet Tuesday Rackley Mrs. Mary Tidwell Mri. Jack Schuster presented forthcoming Youth Fair. as a Electronic Technician
Mrs. Amiel Keidel asked for Mrs. Russell Floyd Mrs. the program. The next meeting of the 3rd Clans on the U. S. S.
more volunteers to help with James Rackley, Mrs. Douglas Members were reminded to organization will be held at Qulllback.The .
the Cub Scout Blue and Gold Jennings, Mri. Dale Hasklni take dish towels to the next the home of Mrs. Irvin Wander couple will reside In
banquet to be given at the and Mrs Hugh Tidwell. meeting Key West.
church Tuesday night.
The president reminded the
i group of the Loyalty dinnersto
be held at the church. .
4 ? i r. The members voted to serve
i S the dinners, with three circles .
rr responsible for each of
I lAT the three nlghtiMri. .
Estella Sliter, serve
tiry of supply work remind-


Mr. and Mrs. Carbon Dorr
are the parents of a son born
at 10:27 yesterday In the : :
Kenneth McCufcheon Mrs. Clint Ewell, Min Amelia MacAliiter and Mrs Winter Haven p.m. Hospital. The <*< ....

! Doyle Gardner. baby weighed In at seven Starts Thurs., Feb. 27th Ends Mon., March 2nd ... ...
ten and
. a quarter

Theta Nus Entertain Rushees With LuncheonThe ounces.A six pound daughter was "

Lake Alfred Woman's the colon tied h the table ter president, welcomed the born in the at local 11:It hospital a.m.oye.terdl'to Mr. It Is not our usual policy to have a SPRING SALE but we ..,.-.

Clubhouse was effectively decorations The cloths were guests and rushees, and an- and Mrs John N. Simpson of need to reduce our inventory. ; .
bright red and white milk Frostproof.
decorated In the George pounced the model meeting
Mr. and Mrs. James I
glass was lied for dining. n'"
Washington birthday theme Mrs. Doyle Gardner gave the to be held March fth at the Crosby are receiving congratulations
Saturday when Theta Nu invocation G I e 11 s were home of Mrs. Jim Miles. on the birth of a This will be a THORNTON'S BONAFIDE SALE so you can a "-

Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi served by Washington waitresses la attire.appropriate Mri. Kenneth McCutcheon. daughter In the at 2:11 community: p.m. yesterday boapitel. expect to get the usual bargains on sofas, living room chairs and ,;
entertained ruahees at a was chairman assisted "
luncheon and style show. Mrs. Buddy Rogers was by Mn. Gardner and The and baby twelve weighed seven tables, dining room and bedroom suites, lamps, pictures and ac- .. :
Guests and members gathered narrator for the style show Mri. C. B. Ewell. pounds ounces
in the sun parlor for ap which gave the proper way Members and guests attending are Mr.announcing and Mrs.the John birth Marino of a cessories. We wiU have some bargains In mattresses end box .I. 0.
petizers and to browse to dress for various sorority were Mesdames "
daughter. The junior miss spring. ;:
through tablet holding sorority functions. Models showing the Fultz Msttox, Sision.Frakes arrived at 1:35: p.m. yesterday .. .
memento lovely spring outfits from The Austin Race III, Jere in the local hospital
Luncheon was announced Amelia MacAliiter Shop were Griffin James Walcott, Ruby
weighing seven pounds four :.
by two Sorority members Mrs. David Fults Mrs. Ray I. Brown Russell Froemke IIId a half ounces. Our usual store hours will be observed except on Friday :

dressed In George Washington Milton, Mrs. Joe Siason and Wilmer McCutcheon, Jimmy will be until 900 P.M. ,
attire swinging wide Mrs. Tom Frskes. Cox Richard Dennis, Maurice night we open .
double-doors and inviting The stage was backed by a Patrick Ewell Gardner ..
guests to enter beneath large large screen covered with Thomas Griffin, Kenneth Mc o ..
banners proclaiming the Washington's silhouette and Cutcheon Miles, Rodgers,
chapters name. draped with red net. Misses MacAlisttc aDd Tony FOUR DAY SALE! ;
Bed, white and bin* were Mrs. Richard Dennis chap Wstkins.I .


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Wednesday February) 25 11&1



Blue And Gold Driver Injured Ruby Jury I School Board Considers CollegeContinued I Hoffa Lawyers American Helps U. S. ContinuesVaried

(Continued From Page One) (Continued From Page One) ( From Page One) Bartow, alto were acquaintedwith (Continued From Page

j automobile and It hit a park Joe B. Brown of Criminal District was present to fight the team'a Wattenbarger. Its long range rocketa from

served noticehe site and its I "We have never attempted to Rest Defense Cuba during the 1962 missile Policy
Banquet Held ed car owned by Joseph Truman Court No. I mayor was expected I
put any political onanyone
sessions to likewise to ask for i crisis.
101 Clifton St., See. may begin night a resurvey ," Turnbull said MThote ,
"several" rockets are
The Webb car shot foward night. are professional men. :They CHATTANOOGA Tenn. (UPI) At least

Cub ScoutsAnnual after Impact and hit a station "I think I'll start night sessions Fort Meade, Frostproof and came, looked at the site, etu- Defense lawyers In the in the giant Lot Port.lea cave For CommunistsWASHINGTON
By Mulberry bad taken no public died our brochure and then and a number of others witha
wagon, also parked on Ave. B. then, be told Dist Atty. jury tampering trial of Team
stand prior to the board meetIng went about their bulln...." specific range of 1,100 milesare
Gold The station wagon was owned Henry M. Wade. He could today, but one of the school ster President James R. Hoffi (UPI) See
Blue and Banquet .
Richard Warren Whited his mind but Wade Turnbull accused Winter Haven't in the Santo Toraas cave, of State Dean Rusk
by 115 change board members, Ralph Dur- said today they had no retary says
of Cub Scout Pack 123 ofBe'mer Are B, NE. said he sounded positive. ranee, la from Mulberry and critics ta warping the I witnesses and would rest their the council said. the United States la going to
facts it
Memorial Methodist when was charged that A 22 old Cuban refugee,
Officer Solon Collin estimated -year-
Defense attorney Melvin Belli be was expected to support the must be alter flUng several motions continue to deal differently
held last night. $375 damage to the Aldermancar $400,000 spent to buy i case Carlos Bermudea Perei, who pith
Church was site team's action.
$400 damage to the Webb resigned but unbowed, said: a 40-a-cre orange grove to make with the court. recently arrived In this country different Communist nations.In .
Leo F. King, Before the meeting Commisaioner -
The Rev. PII'tor car, and $50 damage to the "Next week, regardless of what Tom Turnbull of Winter the site adequate. I Hoffa, who facet a maximum was quoted by the Cuban a major policy speech

gave the invocation and Whited station wtgon. we can do, say, or otherwise, Haven rose to the defenseof "That, too, U a batdface lie," i sentence of 15 yean In prisonIf exile news agency AIP Tuesdayas Tuesday Rusk sought to explain
the Women's Guild of the Alderman was charged with that box over there will be he asserted The team was saying a Soviet "long.rangemissile
the Integrity of the survey convicted, testified In hit own why this country had one kind
Church served a meal to the failure to have vehicle 'under filled." looking for a site of 80 to 110 bsse" bad been set up
the school board and local
180 Cub Scouts and their par control. He nodded toward the jury team,site committee againstwhat acres, he said. The golf courseis behalf Tuesday. He was followed on Pototl farm near Victoria de of policy toward such countries

ants present. box. There are 12 seats, and no he called unwarranted attacks 98 acrea. The survey report on the stand by an associate las Tunis In Oriente Province. aa Cuba and Red China and

Mickey McDonald, pack committee Blitz provision for alternate jurors. without foundation in simply noted that the grove William Bufalino, who Peres said the Soviets alto another for Russia and Yugo.

chairman, introducedthe One-Day Texas law allows none. If a ju acreage probably could be had was crosa-examined today have "six modern nuclear slavla.

following; Committee members ror becomes too 111 to serve, fact.Turnbull in the future to expand, If needed bombers" hidden in an underground -
(Continued From One former mayor, Is a The question has been
Bill Addmgton, Ray Jar Page ) after the panel Is sworn It's a he said.Turnbull hangar beneath the Hoi- raised
mer, John Brantley, Gene Du,. ptlgn organization Is the Chapter mistrial and they start all over member of the Winter Haven said one of the most First Street gulp military air base in the recently by Allied nations la
Unit Plan, with Merrill site committee and aa a commissioner connection with US. policy of
Institutional representative again. vexing aspects of criticism from same province.Hearing.
Grafton chairman the voted for the offerof One) telling wheat to the Soviet
Bill Elliott; District Com aa But he still was fighting to Lakeland was that Lakeland (Continued From Page Un.
missioner, Marvin Damkjer, Job canvassing employes and show that Dallas cannot give the golf course at a college voted against mlllsge necessary aligned along Lincoln Ave.; Slated ion while seeking to atop other
all industry with more than SOon alte. of South Florida Avenue powers from trading with Cubt.
and special guests, Mr. and Ruby a fair trial. to act up the college. The Win. widening
Mrl Gordon Roggen, former the payrolls. This division Ruby Is charged with the "Any accusation or Implication ter Haven area voted for It. Kathleen Road, Lakeland Rusk's address to the Inter.
and his wife. reported contributions so far of murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, that pressure was appliedto Turnbull also raised the ques Memorial Blvd. and the modification (Continued From Page One) national Union of Electrical,
' mothers and their assistants 44037.34 or 52 per cent of Its accused of assassinating President any school board memberor lion of the role which potentialland of two interchanges on dlvlduala or groups Interested Radio and Machine Workers union .
\Qen the state team Is a in primary highway projects considered the
survey 4.AuburndaleFour4ane was moat
were: Den 2, Mrs. quota. Kennedy, In the Dallas po values In the Lakeland Interstate Highway ex.
present bald-fice lie," Turnbull said. U. S. should bring them to the attention tensive
John Brantley and Mrt. George Next largest is the Advance lice station basement two days vicinity might play in the criticism. policy explanation yet

Brownyard; Den 3, Mrs. FloydDavit Gifts Division, headed by Griffin after the Nov. 22 ......Ination. Turnbull said most persons Highway 92 through the city; of their board of county given by a top administration

and Mrs. Reynolds; Den which reported $25,90696, Two jurors were chosen Tuesday Involved in the decision to offer The Eaton Park site offeredby declare Bridges Avenue secondary commissioner prior to the official.

. Williams and or 65 per cent of its quota. bringing the total to five. the city golf course for a college Lakeland la In a reclaimed road and improve; complete hearingi.Caton The central theme of Rusk's

4 Mrs, -Mrs.: Gordon Doyle Den 5, Mrt. Gene The Professional Division, The 67th and 68th venlremen site were unacquaintedwith miring area donated for collegeuse State Road 659 in this said the Road Department argument was that U.S. policy

and Mrt.; Childt; Den 6, headed by Mayor Richard to be questioned were acceptedby membera of the state survey by American Cyanamid, a I year's budget and construct the considers recommendations toward a Communist countryshould I

Mrs Dagger Joe Reeves and Mrt. Balley Dantzler, raised 75 per cent of both aides. They were a team. phosphate firm, he noted. four-lsne extension from East by the boards of county be tailored to the behavior

SeiU Us quota, the amount being chemical company vice president Exceptions, he said, were It encompasses 90 acres andIs Lake Avenue to Havendale commissioner before adopting of that nation.
; Den 7, Mrt. James 583750. 27, who had not seen the William Rynerson of the local adjacent to hundreds more I Boulevard, continuing four- its primary construction budget. I
Und Mrs. Godfrey. committee and Austin Race, acres of mine land which he lining of Havendale Boulevard Following the district hearings
th..ape.ker The Lake Alfred Division, Oswald allying on television, ; I Legion HonorsContinued
Calvin Triplett,
\. Coach told the boys that with Larry McNeer as chairman and an airlines mechanic, 33, as school board member, who said, couldn't help but Increase I, between Auburndale and Winter the Road Board will adopta
tentative statewide budget at
in value should the be
reached 62 cent of its who had it televisionbut doubtless were acquainted with college Haven.
seen on
most important I per ( From One
good grades are its monthly It. Page )
meeting April
Dr. James Wattenberger of the built there with utilities and I Bartow Contract by-pass
allocation had been Interested
with not
a report of $1,-
school. Without them, he Ing Post ankle "LeftSay
In ; roads Installed. linking Mulberry Road withAgrlcola This tentative budget includes on
of Education.But
In the to read State Department
:said "you cannot do your best 598.25. enough case of both secondary and primary No to the Veterans. Local
Conceivably development a Road to eliminate
the other school board I
it the first few
Winter Haven Small BusinessDivision about ,
|ln sports, band, or anything members from Lakeland and college site at Eaton Park could truck traffic in several school projects. The primary projectsare Legionnaires called Neilan'sletter
with Walter W. Coleman days. I "a weak one" in
else you might undertake. : make surrounding more attractive areas; construct by-pass connecting financed by the first four that
Eating the proper food, and aa chairman, reported 66 for both residential and U. S. 17 and South cents of the state gasoline tax. "It missed the point entirely"by

':petting enough sleep are also per cent of its quota, the I I commercial development as It Broadway Street; Install railroad A public bearing will be held Inferring that Frierson-
important for young people. amount being $2,787. New York Stock ReportNEW la reclaimed and Improved, be crossing signals on State on the statewide tentative Nichols' criticism was aimed at

:HABd being a good Sunday Winter Haven Residents Division pointed out. Road 60 and on State Road 35- budget at the Road Board'a his opposition to pensions for
:School and church member la turned in $3,014.50 In contributions YORK (UPI) Midday Koppert 40',4 700. monthly meeting in TallahasseeMay World War I veterans when In

,also important in becoming a or 75 per cent of Ita stock prices: Kroger Co. 26% Graduated Haines City-Four-line U, S. 2S, and the final operating fact the Legion's letter hadn't

food citizen and a good Scout, quota. American Can 41H Liggett It Myert 76H 27 IT.U from Haines City to Lake budget will be adopted in even referred to this Issue. Local
Griffin announced that the Tallahassee June 25. Legionnaires are agreed
11. Lockheed 36
mphllized. American Motors 11% Alfred extend State Road MO
the char Awards and Victory Dinner Lorillard 45Vi (Continued From Page One) ; Polk County Commissionersare that Neilan'a reply "wit used
Damkjer presented 24
American Sugar east of the Florida State Sunshine
church, would be held on Tuesday evening Louisville It Nashville STV* may be gained in emergencies scheduled to present their aa a springboard for what wt
ter to the sponsoring American T&T 140Amerlc.n % Parkway four-Iane U. S.
; Bill March IT, at the Lake Merck 119 until regular medical attention ; proposals to the Road Board at consider his anti-veteran dlt-
whose was 29
representative Tobacco
Highway 27 north to Interstate '
Elliott, and presented the com'nittee Region Yacht and Country Anaconda 48% Middle So. UW 40H may be secured. "It is as important 4. S p.m. on Tuesday, March 11. tribe."
Club and that invitations wouldbe Monsanto 87V4 to know what not to A schedule bas been preparedfor The veterans census programU
chairmen, packmasterand Atlantic Coast Line 65V4 Frostproof-Wlden U. S. 27A
Issued for the event. Mont Ward 38 do aa to know what to do in all 14 counties in the district moving forward, and Sum-
;; den mothers with theltetItr.tion Babcock fc Wilcox 55Baltimore from
22 to 33 feet.
" Hosts for the dinner last Nat Gypsum 46% the great many crises which giving each county an mervlllo again asked the cooperation .
? cards. & Ohio 38% lane
Lake Alfred
night, aa well aa the kickoff Paramount Plet. 61H' beset dally living," first aid Instructors Four hour for its presentation to the of the publiq in !la-
Ray Jarmer presented the breakfattt Bethlehem Steel 34% U. S. 92 to Haines City; con Its
yesterday morningIn stress. board. turing success.
following awards to Cub Scouts: and ; Boeing 41V4 Penney 45% struct underpass or over-pssa
Winter Haven Auburn-
Those who are to be certifiedfor
Pnn RR 33%
Bobcat badges, Joe Godfrey, Borden 71Vt on Atlantic Coastline Railroadon
dale the American
were National > first aid work Include Mra.
Steve Stricklsnd Greg Aleck, Burlington Ind. 44% Pepal-Cola 49 4 State Road S5T to U. S. 92.
Bank Nationaland
Ed Williams, Bob Mclver, and Lake Region, Exchange Bank of Com Carolina Pwr & Lt. 74* Philip Morris 73% Myrle Drawdy, Ellen Drayton, Lake Wales-Four-lane State MOBILE HOME OWNERS ;,
Wolf Chesapeake k Ohio 70% Phillips Pet 47% Dorothy B. Faint, Gladys Hunter Road 60 through four lane .
Curt Shirah; badges, merce In Winter Haven Bank of city; COMPARE! .,-'
Steel M. M. Reed Avis Smith
42 ,
Doug Whitmer, Ronald Lovett, Chrysler 4M road connecting Clark'a Cornerto
Lake Alfred and People Bankof
Raymond Lovett, Mike Barber, Auburndale. Cities Service 66% Reynoldi! Tob 404 Norma Smith, Eloise Tyler, Ne- U. S. 27.MulberryRepair. MOST POLICIES OUR POLICY _
Seaboard Air Line 46V ta Anderson, Margie Bridge,
Coca-Cola 118 State Road
Gary Thompson, Guy behalf of the directors
Raley, on
Sean Roebuck 105V Hattle Cole, Oleta D. Jackson COST $10 $12.50 COSTS $> $1000
Alea Thomas, Lon Williams, and staff members of the Colgate 424Con IT through city.JAMESTOWN. to nr
Sinclair 47 Vi Thelmt R. Lord, Lei Mae -
Leon Fairer, and John Walton; United Fund, expressed Mills 15
appreciation Socony Mobil 72% Martin, Mendel] Maxwell, Laura $1000'' COVER :
Bear badges Mark Bostlck, to the following for their Continental Can 43Vt Tenn. Dr. per .
Don Child. and Beach Brooks; splendid support of the United Curtias-Wright 19% Southern Co. 54% Miller, Genera Richardson, Guy Pinckley, Sgt Alvin C.York' COYER -.. ........ -
Lion badge, Gary Wallace; Fund Drive this year. Douglat Aircraft 22% Sou Nat Gas 50% Eliza Robinson, Doris Swani- personal physician reporting ........ ....... =
NewsChief Dow Chemical 68% Southern Railway 59 gas, Pearl R. Vail, Juinita on the condition of the ,Ire, D,ktih., wot*, .... ..esaNeslee .
Winter Haven
Johnny Dally .
gold arrow points .
tIIefI, wi'" ....
Sperry 1T% tine.. slsle
DuPont 259'* Johnson and Stedman H. Jack ailing World War I hero:
Brantley and James Bailey; silver Winter Haven Herald, SlMHL SMILf14 : i
Eastern Air 38Vt' Standard Oil (NJ 82V' son. "He's not doing well." ww.h, w "' :
arrow points, Bob Murrell, Orlando S e n 11 n.1, Tampa ebl. beblf vee/.ly.ti
Randy Reaves, Gordon Austin Tribune, Auburndale Star; Radio Eastman Kodak 127 Studebaker T'% elm.ckM. aeliNes. III. hills ebae/s? else. er
and James Btiley. Stations WSIR, WINT Ford Motor 53H Sunray DX 3m er ved.Ihs. h'lo .... ee.4e etlar .......
WTWB, WGTO, General Telephone General Electric 85% Swift 47% he elraraft. else *r tKtmtmttlM ... dtabwee se .....'
Bill Addinglon presented Texaco 74% eats m.l dltIrarfe .
General Motors 79% of were,
Company and Tampa John Funeral Home .. .. .
Scott Rivers ss a new memberof Texas Gulf 23V4 Crisp er ef
Gen 32%
the Webelos Den. Denner Electric Company for the useof weM.or PLUS
Union Carbide
stripes were awarded to Ken their facilities; City of Win Georgia Pacific 59% litU.S. ere ...... :OI-m.
Purdy Gary Thomas and ter Haven for erecting the large Goodrich S3 Pipe 21 201 I First Street South ....pn.y.. ... .even ., ...

Jame, Bailey. thermometer sign downtown and Goodyear 44Vi US. Rubber 51% =" r.:: .r-:: -:.N-= 2. IMS of M ($241
the attendanceand ute of city hall grounds for Gulf Oil 51% US. Steel 56 Winter Haven Florida nil": r./M br.... ter II' UewMee)
2 won kick off breakfast Florida Office Indian Head 15% Walworth Co. 6 r.b. NM d /. per
handicrafts awards. Cub- ; ::. Le.r.e.. N t .ed era bl a. ... ...,...,
Warner Brot. Pie. 12T
Supply for the loin of a Intl. Htrv. 66't Phone 294-4141 It ,.u., ... .... .
.... $100)
master Carl Heck presented calculator; Gulf State Sign, Inc. Interchem Corp. 44V' Western Union 32% ---t

Mr. and Mra. Roggen with a for signs made for ute during Intl. Nickel 72% Westinghouse Ab 31H EARLE W. DAY & CO.
gift from the pack for their campaign; and all the agencies Int. TIT S4HJohnsManvllle Westinghouse El 33V' RADIO DISPATCHED AMBULANCE

outstanding efforts In getting for their fine cooperatoln during S7V4 Woodwirdlron 27 p. O, lax 1251, Sr. Petersburg, Florida 13733
Pack 123 to well establiihed. the campaign Kennecott S4 Woolworth 71%
A color film entitled "The

Aquinutt", was shown.

-Miss TylerContinued

( From Page One)

refused to answer was one on
whether Mist Tyler and Elly

Rometsch, glamorous wife of a
German soldier stationed here

accompanied him on a business
trip outside Washington.

Earlier testimony also Indicated

that Mist Tyler, on at

least one occasion, helped to

count a sizable amount of cash .
taken from a file cabinet In .I ': : '

: Baker't Capitol office. J .1it4t
Baker's refusal to answer .
and provide documents Tuesday e

,could lead to contempt of Con-

grets proceedings, a possibility

mentioned by Sen. Joseph S. II
Clark, D-Pa., but any such action -
will await the commlttee'a : ,

deliberations after it has heard .

more witnesses.


Here are the 1 p.m. closings

on Florida stocks as reported : 'P

by Francis I. duPont and Co. :

Air Control 23
Tampa Electric 25H l ,
Florida Telephone 28V4
Plant Industries 2V'


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r The Citrus SceneBy Smathers Seeks Ship Channel AbandonedIn r Miners Saved

JACK GURNETT Cuba Sanctions (UPI PORTSMOUTH)-The 28.man, England crew of the From Shaft

The Florida Citrus Reporter Panamanian steamer Clssoula
f fi r I abandoned ship In the English
JUST IS A rIA TE-IF! Mutual it Lakeland or Joffre WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Channel Tuesday night after I SPANGLER, Pi. (UPI) r.
Committees represent. David of Florida Citrus & Vegetable George A. Smathers D-Fla, the vessel collided with in unidentified Coal miners Joseph Chili ind
lop every agricultural Industry I Association at Orlando.Bob e wants the United States to take ship. William Prandl were recuperit-
in the state from the western tip can be reached throughthe the lead In urging the Organization The Royal Navy said the entire I
down to Key West representing Winter Haven exchange by of American States (OAS) crew was picked up by the fog in Miners' Hospital today
beekeepers, lumbermen, cattlemen dialing 2930031 or Lakeland to take strong sanctions against Swedish ship Halleran. The other from shock sustained while
flower growers, vegetable 6821111. If Bob Isn't available Cuba. vessel in the collision disappeared trapped 540 feet undergroundfor
growers, and all other I ask for Frank Trovillon David Smathers said Tuesday that I In the dense mist a nine hours.
growing commodities Including can be reached by dialing Orlando in OAS report finding Cuba navy spokesman said The two working at
citrus, of course, are preparingan CHerry 1.5331 But you guilty of subversion and "poll. men were
event that will shatter all had better do this the first tical aggression" against Venezuela the Barnes and Tucker Coal Co.
precedent in the Sunshine State thing tomorrow morning la another Indication that Beatle RequiresOwn Mine early Tuesday when the

Strictly nonpolitical, with the the "time baa long since passedfor roof give way, causing i rock.
Democratic: primaries due In WANT! TICKETS FOR Issuing moral condemnations Post Office fill along I 123.foot haulage
early May being only I mere "QUEEN"This and verbal reproofs..
coincidence this event will be writer's telephone has LIVERPOOL, England (UPI) area
an all.out "Thank You" to the jangled with many requestsfor -The post office set up I special Four other miners In the area
state's senior United States help in getting tickets for Jordan Soldier department Tuesday to escaped unhurt.A .
Senator Spessard L. Hollandof the "Queen For A Day" TV deal with birthday mall for crack rescue team laboredfor
Bartow, himself a citrus show to be taped here March L., Killed In Egypt George Harrison, 21, one of the nine hours, clearing out the
grower 112 as a part of the Florida mop-haired "Beatles" singers rubble and restoring the roof.
The date is April 17 and the Citrus Exposition's program.I JERUSALEM, Israel (UPI) Thousands of cards and gifts The rescuers first reached Chi-
place is the Cherry Plata will get mine the same way An Israeli army spokesman poured into George's home la. An hour later they found
Hotel at Orlando for a 12:30: I you can get yours-by stoppingat laid Tuesday night I Jordanian from .Beatles fans throughout Prandl.
p.m. luncheon I Winter' Haven business infiltrator was killed and another Britain. Gifts included teddy Both were brought to Miner
This will be a "dutch treat" place' and picking up I card to captured in the southern Negev ,bears, cakes, bottles of shampoo Hospital hen for treatment of
affair and the tab Is set at be filled out as to the date and Desert area. I and combs. shock.
K a plate so therefore it can'tbe I number you want and mailed RETIRING-Officials of the Florida Citrus Commission personally congratulate Us The spokesman also said in
charged that the motives of with a large, stamped self addressed top merchandiser on his official retirement from the agency which ho hat served many Israeli soldier was seriously
the sponsors of the event are In : envelope to the address as of the merchandising department. From I.ft, Homer Hooks general wounded when fired on from
manager ,
the card. cross the Jordanian border Tampa Plumbing & Supply
the leastwise politically concerned given on request
I manager of the commission; Ralph M. Henry, retiring after more than 20 years; Chairman .
While picking request
funds _-and and the seeking 800 seats to raise or I I forms from your up favorite store Sam Banks of the FCCkand the board's director of advertising and merchandising, Quotes From The News e Of Winter Haven.

plates available will be on an I i' -and those that have them have Frank D. Arn. (Photo by By United Press International! Headquarters for All Types Pipes, Valves & Fittings

"invitational 1 I basis" signs in their windows-'yo position asked for nominationsof lected for the one.night con Canada and we are goingto MIAMI BEACH, Fll.-Cisslus Aloe' CRANE u Complata" INDUSTRIAL Stock of Pumpi DISTRIBUTOR" Plumbing' ,
To_cover every facet of liar.ida's can lave time, you won't haveto potential candidates for the test, to appear In formal wear lose Clay, the new heavyweight Mtchinloal A Industrial SuppM.t
widespread agriculturalIndustry ', write a special letter-in a mighty good man champion of the world, modestly WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES4th
1964 Florida Citrus and swim suits and I certain.
and to have be sure and enclose the large Queen con when he goes He is one man 1 reflecting on his status In St. A... L, N.W. en. Lake SII.., b.M.d Lets ices ..ltois
representatives 'I test, It 47 ly don't begrudge
got preliminary or even
from every commodity stamped, self.addressed envelope ap envy who will be difficult, if not impossible life: CALL COLLECT 214-4247 WINTER HAVEN
plications. the judges If pictures tell even
to replace. "11m the "
group present It can be seen Then the of then the king.
'job the
came tough I part story -
And let me repeat, there
there will be few tickets available .
influence The committee, with the assistance gals In the flesh will be tough
who no way anyone can use
for naturally
individual of Bill Carter, the more to separate to find one who can
like the senator and his to get an on
contestant or less traditional master of: best represent the Florida ci '
wife. the show is i -
gracious ceremonies for the contest, lot rus Industry Nope, I don't
each day
Of course, It would be easy the four are picked
around to making selection want that job.
audience the basil I
to read Into this "Thank You"luncbPnn from the on
of 26, whittling the list down to
of their to the
affair a political motive answers question '
-this writer knows It was "I would like to be 'Queen a workable group taking 20. YEARS IS LONG TIME
planned and set without the For A Day' because ., '. into consideration the dressing For a little more than two !,

senator's knowledge-and only When you get your admission room and stage facilities and decades, Ralph M. Henry, one ," ...... ,-I
other factors, and then scan of the Florida Citrus Commls .
when It was firmed up was he tickets you will find them dou : : .
contacted and asked to set the ble-numbered You answer the nmg the last of would.be con sion's first field men, has been ., i'
date which would be most convenient question on the stub and during testants. It was rough eoini going around the American '. \ .

for him. Taking into the warmup period the Pictures were submitted with continent, contacting people It .
consideration such things as "Queen" tuff goes through each nomination, along with I all levels interested in the sale : ,:d; .
the civil rights bill and Its and picks the candidates pertinent facts such as size and merchandising of Florid
possible lengthy southern filibuster strictly on the individual re weight, color of hair, previous citrus. "
and his outside speaking quest and its apparent merit. contest experience. and the like For some years now he hu Jr1' "I

schedule. which at times If you have something ape ind working from the pho been the manager of the merchandising ., :
caA. be nan killing, the senator too and the aubmltted facts the ., tli
clal you would like if' you be- department, supervising :yij
came up with Friday, April 17. came the "Queen" it any of whittling took place. the operations of the M- )f : :;
It Is a certainty that one of :
It's been
the five tapings, I would suggest my pleasure see man staff scattered from one
the largest at the combined luncheon will delegations be you practice writing it in the pictures of the 26 girls sea end of the nation to the other, .f .

from Polk County-Including is few words as possible effectively from the lakes to the gulf, In .

this writer, ill things being as possible, plainly as Canada and even In Europe .
equ at. possible prior to going to the Grace Lutheran My first contact with Ralphwas
If you want to alt down at show. Then you will be all set. 'just after the war when
this $3 I plate luncheon, I suggest rationing was still on most -
you Immediately contact DON'T WANT THE JOB foods I met him in Philadelphia ill '
Bob Rutledge of Florida Citrus When the Florida Citrus Ex Services SetThe where he was then head. f
I quartered and he took me on
t Keep off( flit hook with an easyte.payInstallment
a tour of stores which were
third midweek Lenten
then featuring Florida oranges i / I lean for that much wanted
service will be held at Grace
I I II In one store in Upper Darby,
Lutheran Church tonight it I! saw the biggest display of old. I 1t4 out, or that much Reeded ttcotidcar.

730; o'clock. fashioned tub butter that I ever ,"
: Our auto loans are quick with M
The Cherub ind Church saw one pound to the customer

Choirs will sing, end the ser and going fast, butcouldn't i r red tape and the payments art tailored
buy a pound or bringit
mon topic will be "Those Who home. Exasperating. I: rt) yew budget Easy payment Install
I i
Bought Him '
The Church Choir will rehearse merchandising Ralph recently manager retired but as :' meet loom are available for every need

immediately followingthe was asked to stay on as a consultant that may ..t... Let us keep you off the '
SAFETY SERVICE service. pending reorganization
book with an Installment loan.f .
The Midweek Bible Class Now he has served notice he
will step down to full retire
This meets tomorrow at 9:30 I.m, to
ment or maybe "step up" is
conclude the current series on a better phrase on April 31.

Week$995 I Corinthians.The Ralph knows practically every "- ,' t +ri ,?IC. d:*
Senior Walther League prominent citrus merchandiser
ONLY bu rescheduled Its car wash in the United States and t } 't W
which was postponed last Saturday J I.t'

we do all this s.rvloe work because of rain. The place 'I .
U Off F Alumni
1 Allen 2 B.I.ore both 3 4 Adjust brake.S will be North Gate Shopping
front end s front wheels be.rins.Tor.loe repack. Center behind Touchton's DrugStore {
w edjue""t Md ,.. extra it needed the time I:30 to 4 p.m. '.L'A':
and the date Saturday, Feb 29 Meets March 4
Members of Grace Church and .
the general public are Invitedto

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take advantage of this opportunity University of Florida alumniIn
to get the family carepic Polk County hold their an
SHOCK ABSORBERS Q 98 and span for just $1 plus nual meeting for election of officers
25 cents for whltewalla Wednesday March 4, at
Famous make, excellent quality V The Sacrament of Holy Communion the Lakeland Yacht and Country
shock absorbers, Each will be celebrated In
Club at 6:30 p.m.
the regular 10:30: i.m. worship Speaker for the meeting will ,
service next Sunday. be Dr. Samuel P. Martin pro

vost of the University of Flo
Farm Week rida's J. Hillis Miller Health
,411 Center. '. .
Universal fit. Heavy-duty$1rubber. WASHINGTON (UPI)-Presl. Reservations for the dinner "
Choice of dent Johnson Tuesday pro- meeting may be made with :
claimed the week of July 19 aa Snow Martin, PO. Box 117, I .
National Farm Safety Week." Lakeland. .
"ee'd ( t'

$798 k
High quality, famous 6atai aaaft. dally at 10 a.m, firawarli nlgMly' an lake Silver H
make mufflers. OP 5,30 10 p.m. anhlb't auMdlnfi data. QUEEN FOX A '"'i Ai.\'
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Investigation: : Expected. Into; Heavyweight: Championship Upset: :; I


\ By JACK CUDDY Francis hospital Tuesday night loud mouth than tor hit mitt.won .- fy terminating the bout tome suspicions voiced. Then la exploded when tie wn Informedthat

A UPI Sporta Writer that Liiton'a Injury was aerloui the sports world'i most But the Miami Beach Boxing rapid auceeitlon came; Lliton'i purse was being

[MIAMI BF.ACH (t1J'l>-Cu.UI enough to justify ending the valuable trophy on a technical Commission asked for proof of -Clay shouting In his drill- withheld and demanded that the

} Cla,', amazing triumph"injured" bout. knockout at the start of the Doily the pudding log room "you hypocrites orthopedic aurgeont desired by
Morris Klein, chairman of the seventh round when trainer It ordered Liiton'a pursewithheld (Meaning boxing writers) can'tsay the Miami Beach Boxing Corn; ..
If Bonny Listen for Miami Beach Athletic Commitaion Willie Reddish and advisor "
I News- SPORTS until it satisfied Itself it wai a fix mission examine Listen Imme.dlately.
ht world heavyweight chainiionthlp laid, however, that the Jack Nilon refused to permit .
that Liiton'a injury claim was -Cal Gardner, vice chairman
touched off two love decision whether to release Litton'a Sonny to continue fighting.
legitimate of the Miami Beach One, Dr. Letter Rutiln went.
gallons today and Cluudltoll" purse will await the re Lliton, who had secretly been ChiefHe .
to the and .
There lot of eyebrows Commiislon announced hospital examined
were a thatLlston't (
to be held
puree up. port of the two specialists deaIgnattd laving some trouble with the
Lliton. The other
raised when the bell signallingthe was being withheld surgeon was .
purse :
[ The Miami Beach Boxing by the eommiiiion. He loft ihoulder in training because .
ommlstion withheld the $250,. stressed that Liiton'a puree of mild arthritis, according I a tar t of round men until two orthopedic sure expected later. -

"live-gate" portion of Us.n's won't be released If at all, until to Nilon laid ha hurt the became heavyweight boxing eat upiits. Neither fighter ap. sounded peons could examine Lliton'i Llston't personal physician,.
money from Tuesday after that examination. shoulder in the tint round Tuesday Clay stood up la'his corner, shoulder to determine whether Dr. Robert C. Bennett, exam.
ilht' fight In which Sonny Meanwhile, the Miami Beach night champion of the world parently !heard the bell and lifting his arms aloft ai though his withdrawal from the fight ined the ex-champion in hit
just like he eald be would.
bit the crown on a technical City Council disclosed it la conducting "It happened when Clay kept both continued throwing punch he were champion. wn Justified. dressing room right after the
nockout at the tart of the aev an informal inquiry flghtin' with me after the bell He didn't do It ao much with ei. Llston tried to ward off a Listen sat on the stool In his -The Miami Beach City fight and said Listen had BO .

nth round became el a into one of the blggrit boxing finished! the first round," U,. hit fists, or his fast talk for Clay punch at the same time corner surrounded by his han Council laid It was considering feeling from his neck to his left
[trained ihoulder. upsets in history an upset In ton explained. "I was trying to which he li noted but with an trying to throw a blow of his dlers. Referee Barney Felix whether aa investigation was In elbow. '

Not until two orthopedic toellallttt which the seemingly invincible block a punch with my right "Injury" to his opponent OWL There was a pain In hli went over to his corner to find order.It. Asked why Llston'i purse was

designated by the Ml. Lliton, a T-1 favorite suffered hand when he hit my left shoulder Charles (Sonny) Llston. left shoulder and Liston said It out what was wrong. Jack NI. wn revealed that International ordered withheld, Morrii T.

km] Beach Boxing Commission the first knockout at his career with a follow-up right-band Listen, the first ex-convict grew worse aa the fight pro. lon, one of Liiton's managers Continental Promoters Klein chairman of the Miami ..
lave decided that the 30-year- became his ihoulder pained ibot ever to hold boxing's greatest greaied. said his boxer could not continue Inc., of which Uston I U part Beach Athletic Commission laid

pld x-chimplon'i, left shoulder "10 badly It became numb crown called it quits after A team of eight doctors saidTuesday became he was hurt. owner, had a contract with Clayto "We Just want to make lure '
II indeed Injured and the from fingers to neck." By LEO H. PETER8EN the aixth round bee ul' he no night at St. Francis So it went down in the records stage his next tight under everything was all right. .,

ommlislon ii satisfied there Clay'a purse la NOT being UPi Sporte Editor longer could lift hla left arm. Hospital where Llaton went immediately ai a aeventh-round techniCal itt promotion, It gave Clay $SO.. At the weigh-in Tuesdtyc

wai no Indication of a "fix"ill held up.Cassius. MIAMI BEACH Fla. (UPI) Lliton laid he hurt it after after the bout that knockout victory for the 12- 000 for that commitment. Klein had fined Clay $2,500 for

his purse t>a released. the "Louisville Up" Tuesday night was the night the bell sounded ending the first Sonny bad suffered Injury to year-old Lip from Louisville. Nilon who took Luton to the causing a disturbance when.

Eight other doctors laid at St. -who was more famous for his that was for Caailus Clay round In one of boxlng'i great the ihoulder sufficient to Justi- Immediately, ( her wire hospital right after the fight, Clay refuted to shut up.

I After The Ball Was Over. I'Rebels Upend Eagles ; Finale ;: I I'I

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Win or How about an those ".1. repeated. "We're out of bust.nen. -

lose, Canlui Clay promised ports" They aid Listen would Sonny will keep fighting, By BOB IIAVILAND to grab an 11 point margin at breaki work but mOlt of their"

United Preen International rip my head oft with hit of course-If he wants to." re Sports Editor hilWme\ 29-U. 12 field goal came from the .
after be fought bombi I don't know. My head .. "
that Bonny .
outtlde. In contrail the locals
trF One factor In the Denlion win
And Liston wants to keep The Denlton Junior high<
LUIon, "I'll do yon a story is still on my shoulders today, hit
from and
and his face He did at Convention .. .. School Rebels ended their 1964 was the netting of 11 of 14 chtr everywhere every'
because I want to prove thatI I ripped up pretty fighting. even \ .. angle. Grabbing down rebounds
ity tossn a noteworthy accomplishment
basketball season on a perfect '
write well fight"Here good.
can as as Hall night"I
Tuesday on both boards the Denlion cluh-
la his story (and he requested I moved and he missed, that's note yesterday by not only that even bettered "
his name be carried was the one who made the ", .i.. downing the Auburndal csg- the Blue Devil varnty'i beat effort made the contest a runaway:
all.Even Louis told I dida decision to the fight" NI. __ this year. Aubumdale put They had raced to a 4123 lead"at *
aa below.) Joe me atop .. ,t', en, but by trouncing them to
good job. And you know bow Ion Insisted, 'not Sonny lie boot. through three of five free the end of the third quarter;.-.

By Call1ulMi'lu';: Clay n great be was. It takes one to aald Til go on.' But I didn't >, .... The locate gained their 11th throwi. before the tuba took over

World'i Heavyweight Boxing know one.Didn't listen to him. Ills left hand was I. ,', ._.." .. win In ai many starts b1 In the field goal departmentRebel Early in the tenon the !:a-j

Champion I tell you I was the numb You couldn't send a man JJJ. 1. ,/1L, ,,"' sweeping to a 49 JT verdict over forward Larry Swetren- Ilea gave Denlaon a real tcare

I'm The Cronies greatest MaT out to fight with one hand." 1"< :" f the Eagles at the Auburn gin led all comers with ..evell.H. before bowing 2422 In t. one

According to Lliton'a camp W? t".7 'I dale high school gym. added two charity flings to overtime tilt. Denlion went onto
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI- One More Tim. the ex-champ'i troubles all began I,.' ..... The Frank Itherldge: coached gain high point honors at II win the Polk County junior

Hey Mom guess who'i the new By at the end of the first 1,'_ Southmen moved out in front polnta. Close on hit heel was high, championship Yetterday'e .

heavyweight champion of the MILTON XICHMAN round when he suffered an Injury I ;ft1'! seconds after the opening 'jump Denlion forward Richard Hitch. game was non.conference,. .
l'PI Writer
Sports to his left shoulder while :
world MIAMI BEACH (VPJ>-SheU.- and : ';" : and never were headed. They cock with II polnta. The Rebel eighth graden;
throwing a punch trying to
Me. That's right, Ma, your shocked Lliton who ;, held a 1-0 lead and went 011 Other Southmen polntmakeri which did not play yesterday, '
Sonny block one at the lime time ,
boy, Caaiius, vowed he'd quit If be lost dida ; were Tommy Hart and Tony alto won the county title in
Litton the
Didn't I ten I'm the complained n
you Van Zant with t each Richard their division They compiled
about face
complete today ihoulder, the pain became .
greatest I told them all I was progressively
and laid be won't."Sure King 4, Robert Winchester and a record of 91.
didn't believe worse and by the BOWLING
but they me.
Fritz Osborne I each. Eagle scorers were: Willie
I want to fight him
believe although end of the sixth round it was '
Maybe they me now
there again," said the subdued ex- virtually useless, r The Eaglet never could penetrate Eagleion I, Billy Milan I. Ron-
are some people .' I.NDUTBUL the tough Denlion de rile fiiattmt I and Pat McCir-:":
in this world you can never champ, wearing souvenirs under That'i Lltton'i story and! fce'i .. LIAdtHflint ,
convince about anything.I both ayes of Tuesday. night's ... stuck with It. The story also la .. :,. rim Oardtni Oar IT fence They made a couple fait t1 4. .. in'

know I talk a lot. I fight touching seventh round technical being itudied by the Miami "" ,: Rays R.iuuranl M
lot too. knockout at the bands of Beach Athletic Commission, Hob Nob (1 -.. .
I They, all laid I'd be scared upstart Caislui Clay which I li holding up his purse J' .ypnw Cm.lOn, lirdnna Priming Lisa 60 41Unchran SAYINGS AT PATHWAY PACKAGE! STORI

of that big ugly bear, Lliton I The precocious Clay claims Niton said Llston had nothingto liuurinct 40Ananlws
he'll give\ "the big bear" a return DENISON'S KING SCORES-Denhen Rebel guard reset 40 :
when be back
lure was scared, wnn't If aay came to Imperial Florida Oil IIfclnlii
I was trembling la my boots I bout anytime be waota although hit dressing room following Rithard King drlvet In for a leyup end two points In yei Groves ..... 14 WEEKENDMONEY

Are they klddin'T there li no contract for Tuesday night'i Iou.'Can' terdiy'i 49-27 win over the Auburndate Eaglet. Pnrl.r Anchor Punt Bar 11 II

I came to rumble and I did one But Listen and his manager Oil Hill Bulck KlUkt

I mad my psychologies! war. Jack Nilon aren't 10 sure Blame Him'"Vou I rummt Bank II
Qualifying Set Youngsters PlayThe H H Ph.rm.ry II
fare on Llston during yester about it at all Haves D.cor tor. 11Cypnu
day's weigh-In and I finishedthe "We'd grab a return bout U guys just wouldn't believe Otrdtna Ina 14
job lilt night they are good enough to giveus me but I meant It all In Region Event first round of the sixth imperial n&. Oil I J01T UNt SPECIALS
along when I kept saying Lliton I grade basketball tournament Howard Greene let Oordon Toulaboa I
Now It'a up to him to chase one, Nilon said, "but the vs. Cy pre.s Osrd.n, Las,. I
me. I'll gladly give him a return kid (Clay) Ja going into the will go down In eight and It will\ Qutlifyinf, round datei for moved into action Monday at Mil Charles Lawnmca 191 AM.
for two and there's prove I'm the greatest mouth the high school gym. Pine CUrrfona gar I 1041 MM
If he waste one. Makei no Army yean the Lake Region Yacht and Vance Wet 3oa 175 VI H..rn tHo-
difference, though. It'll be thelame nothing anyone cm do about' ed Casslus Clay after gainingthe Country\ Club Meat Championship Seven game are on the or lon 0 1087 IN&| Larry rtlrln ;
next time. I'm king to that" heavyweight championshipcrown schedule, the last game ending 23} Pivi Cox 464.
Lak. ; 4"::
bit will begin today and Union Bank 1171 MM Lee .
night. March II. A will
stay I'm beautifuL I'm the Nothing I Or.iorjr 1S4 814) vi, Ray'e Ruttu
beat "That's right nothing," Nilon But Sonny Lliton wouldn't run through March 11, offlclali follow completion of the ached ant 11024 t H Ed Caiwvan 11Port.f "
.... .
buy' it."He. ule. ,..
of the event laid
today. Paint I loll MM Jack ,
doeint belong In the Yeiterday'i results W"III.aie. Hill Kit 8(4 .... OH Hall Bulrk I 100 HOOP
tame ring with me," Lliton The first match IB each Shlpp ti Snlvely 20 ova ITM Oil HaU lie Qlbirt\&,. '
claimed. "He beat me only flight composed of IS players Inwood 28 Wahneta 14 ',420. lob ECHO SPRING STRAIGHT KY.BOURION .- :
Allentown Paint 1007 1170 .
I IJMS911 because I was hurt and Gay will be held March 14. Matches Brigham A 35 Garner A 10 Klnlr INI Bill Cltrk.lt 101 *.. [09\ .s..Ih' I,. ,...... ....,:. :
didn't do the hurting I did It will continue each weekend until Garner B 22 Brigham B 7 HAH Pharmacy a 171 31 M GaortPrry 7 Yr. Old
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myself to I can't blame him. The next games are elated 4.59 wnf ;
Crows Printing: I iota M2I 1111I
the Until slated for March
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(I) AnnouncementsSpring (II I) AnnouncementsJust ((7))) To Buy Or Trade I ((12)) For Rent Furn. ((13)) Real| Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For 5.1.6

and Summer A Few Of CASK FOR ORANGES. GRAPH. I 3-BEDROOM furnIshed MUM o.IIh .
FRUIT. On. tree or more LIo Bt In Bloise. 11171 weekly! DESIRABLESOUTHEAST
canoed Doaler Talephon CY CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST CY 1-4606. 264 Country
Dressesin Our On Premises I a736 after 1:00: p..... ... B Estate !

WA TEDTO BUY I FalHy new 4 ROOM noun* completely funlahed. ...
Services ueed piano Prefer atolnway tlr Klderly couple preferrem We have the plans ready 'to Close In
other good brand. CY 11761.27 LOCAL SERVICE.. Av*. I, SB anyUm. MyrtleReal. start this home
junior sizes 5 to 13 36-3 new near Cy. I
Stone Setting, R.ngs Reshanl. press Gardena SOONI This Located on 100 x 300 ft. Tract.

by ed. Prongs rebuilt. solid gold] ((8)) Automotive TWO clean private trailer 160 00 better built GALAXY home Very Attractive modern 2 bed.
SAVE MONEY. SAVE TIME and 166 00 monthly Water and eleo.trlcltjr features: room. 2 bath CB borne. Fla.
and diamond
Junior House watch bands repaired I' I p 1961 40UI St, NW, room plus large WORKSHOPand

Rings and diamond IIIU PLYMOUTH Dr. I CL, 26-T 3 Bedrooms In addition a moat attractive
Eden Roberta pendanta built to order AT.. boater ..._. .. ... $1055
CALL furnished .
TODAY LOVELY l-bedroom apartment aelectric. S 2 TIle Baths completely 1 bedroom
1961 MERCURY 4-Dr, Auto Trana. Week or month. UOt lib livrog-rm. kit. It bath
Minx Model All work rhodium finished forth Terrazzo Floors
..... Real Clean .. .. .. $ SU63 St., 69)) 36-27 apartment Ideal to supplement
ultimate in beauty CHEVROLET: HT Air
Impala, Central Heat It Cond.
Sjaque* of Dallas v-a .......-___....,......._, ISM I LAKE ALFRED Me clean your income. Irrigation ayaten.
CITY JEWELERS 1160 DODGE % Ion Pick-up |17' Repairs Alterations AUTO SERVICE large apartment 170M to I860 Large Living Room with fruit trees Owner leaving state
HAM,.OM>'S USED:: CARS month for 3 to 4 adult: Include .U Entry FoyerS It offers this excellent buy for

a 3rd SL, N.W. J460 Ave. B, BW. Winter )Have ulllltle- "'and. lilt of laundry hnurR 23-T..?, Built-in Oven & Rang only $22,000. Terma to be ar
-DODGEAuthorl ranged.
Jt&ItgvtA 22.tf 61601Sl2 Florida Room Aluminum DIm I Paneled Dining AreaS

1M3 GALAXIB BOO Radio. be.t.r.po..r count Sale Co. IDa CY 1-6694. d Factory Sarrlca Oi ([I2.C) Mortgage Loans 2 Car CarportS Beasley Realty Co.

COTTAGE SHOP LADIES! iteerint Older car for 131 (th St, SW. U-Mar. It eChryalar Plymouth Lancer RoomS
equity. Balance |33JU: .00, FR 5-1766. Utility .M Ilk at. NW CT S-I7ST

ISO_Cypreai Gardens Road Do you have nice clothes you 26-27 Valiant liiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiimiiNimimiiiiiiMortgage I '. 2 Storage Rooms

fpn II A.M- 'll1 7 p.M- can't wear? MM FORD VI automatic RAH WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS LOVELY LARGE I Bedroom Span-
Loans! This beautiful home In the most
Well don't despair! W/W tire. 114000. New lag CY Ian Typo home Cyproea Gardena .
FLOCK HFPAIB 1-6300. 24-38 221 Sixth It., BIT MM10UPHOLSTERING desired section in the city I II Area Florida Room. Central
AntlAIIt..nd' ... Let ui resell them for you! CHAtRS for rent. AIM 17.M.r. 17 Up To 25 Years priced at only $18,500. For appointment Heat 111.600. CY KAJ14. 13-TF
IMm0Sh.WOlciS .
SPEElJUlIIETEIT.chom.l.r. Honpltal Bede. Crutchea, Walk-
KuSlRy. M F Oreen 1335: (Open Soon) Complete aerrlc and new cablea. era, Cnmmodea, Godfrey a Rental!*. uU .
...,..1.. N.E. Open" from 6 00 pmI L ft I Settle.. Ito lib St., 8W. CY 12411. 175 Are. A, NW. 14-TF you'll be pleased EE A home of vreaiiice BRICK and dlrnlty 1:..

10"AA $4202.weekday .AU dar 27-Feb.wek 25s The Encore Shop CY 4-42M. 1-TF with the prompt, courteous 0E GALAXY Bldrs. cellent. condition Ono owner proporty .
Unnor teem. Inarectlon In
-... TEMPEST LeMana Sport Coup ALUMINUMSCREEN FINE UPHOI.STERINO: EXPERT service Office 293-184: vited, offer wanted. Will takomall
NEXT TO NORGE VILLAGE 11X3 Red A white. A beauty. Good RtFlNlflHINO. Complet compare the closing hones .. down Payment 1
deal RAH. AT., bucket ale. a
YOUR anartment rear of lot.
tabrlo election. WOLFE costs.
:960 HP. 1.00.1:00 Out ,
InTheTIIRIFTWAY cyl : p.m. daily BY OHJfFB o( Stale owner.
weekend 3401 Av C NW ENCLOSURE: AWN. SHOP Z14 AvenUe A, lit
ChOICE SHOPPING SB.: CY a-3710 and loan
21-21 INOB ALUMINUM DISCOUNT DayNlaht.22Mar.U savings type UKLV : 11.11
CENTEROr SALES CO. INC. CY S-6594 311 financing, l insurance company Elbert Hllla. I-bedroom., I I.
only Call CY 3-(405 AUSTIN HEALY wIre wheela radio 6th St., SW. IS-Mar. II 0 loans or FHA insured bath, fireplace central heat air
heater overdrive, 4-leater. Alan : WALK
conditioned, complete built-in kit TO TOWN
2328 detachable hardtop. 09500. Piano Tuning & Repair : Jonna whatever rhon. FkNCED-bf: POOL, patio.

$9095 CY 3-8141 after t 00 pin 2627IMi HEARING AIDS : your needs, se* Must: ba men to b. appreciatedTerma 2 blocks to town W block to
available. CY 3-1624, aftera
(I-A) Instructions UU FORD. BAIl faIrcondition.. Experienced rraduat technician 00 p.m. for appointment 2&AtBURNDALE Exchange Bank. Perfect retire-
Any cold wave 911.00. ::11I11-6:130.: 26.30 Batlifactlon uarantoed FRIll I Town & Country ment home. Excellent condi

""in flock up to \ OLDSMOBILE Holiday Sport Coker POLK Bid,HEARINO. M CENTER an Su, NW phone ESTIMATES 2M-1895. t'naltlpr'lnJ: 5 j Mortgage Corp. tion. CB constructed. Large livIng -
FOR all typo ot busIness courses.majoring Sedan Air conditioner. RAM: PB., Phone .
;: : $25. Typing In. IBM Secretarial keypunch AccountSlog rail PS dltlon One 179600.owner 17211313 car. perfect con: BALES itRVICBREPAiRa 5 I 277 Ma0noli CY S-1141 611 Poinsetta S BR. CB 2 nice bedroomi carport It

Mr* Cooper WINTER HAVEN BUSINESS BATTERIES4TT home, 1 tIle bath carport utility room. Included I It Stove

COLLEGE. 384-8188 or come by of. TREE SERVICE 16IT1lu111111l11111IIllllIllllIlIllIIllllt Price $8,500 $200 down. refrigerator, 2 ton air conditioner -
In I week
to Birr; th*we. new ar Southeast Shopping tic.. 431 Avenue B, NW. 28-Feb. :21 ((9)[ ) Business Opportunity :;' $ h_ rug & draperiea. Price

Center we prefer not to move our

,'r..nL.toek pwmtry Dub. Beauty Salon ((2)) Help Wanted EAT WELL AND Complete TR'BL&AJ.11'Iic.s clean-up Pros Lellmat. 13)) Real Estate For Sal. U 6Ui St., NW CY 1815 EDNA WATSONREALTOR

1615 Dundee Rd. CY 3-1639 EXPERIECNED ..11...... Must b.coat UooTor, Eloctrolux and all oti- CY ...338. U-Mar. 11

and dependable Apply In per.son 4000.00 down. Nice super Sr. Free pickup, ZM f Desirable LAKEFRONT fit,109 I2S 6th St, NW CT 4.414123
between 0:00: p m. and i 00 market full I I stocked and mates Low Down Payment 3-btdrooma.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Scm pm 11.1)0 pm, CLEANER SERVICE. PhonoCY Painting Papering Florida room, acroened porch -
Su'do:: ;;' Reataurant. 21-27 equipped iSTROUT UU8S. J-Mar. I bullt-la oven and rang True lakefront .
Repairing Laha Wa ManorS no road between home and
APPLICATION for qualified recta- REALTY Saks. :3W South Lak Deer Dr UT GOLF
tend nu..., LPN and Nursing DAY NURSERY CY 1-3771 after 4.00 p m. 1-TF Very handy when you lIve *t
FABULOUS Aide for permanent employment In 4-16.1 Kile CY UlZI t I. McCOY Quality work.manahlp Large Bedrooms 750 AVENUE: M. NB.
New Winter Karen Nuralni Home. last, clean and reason New MEDALLION HOME with I
: Address applications, roaume of ... 20, 21 It 24 HAPPY TIME NtmaERY: able. Phone CY I-4680. Ul 4tk 2 Baths For Sale bedroom. I* bath. AU electrta
FACTS prrlrnca and reference to Box A. 480 A... C SI Street Jan-Phyl Vlllaa 1T-TF Extra Large Florida Room kitchen celling heat I.... rearcreened
I 1390 %,. we-Chlef Appllcanta will MOTEL la unlta 4 yean old. CY .331'7' B ReUrementSpecial porch godded front lame
by ba notified ol dato time and pines 170000 lit,OUO down Beat Location OUR MOTTO Built.ini include refrigerator with underground Irrigation. Loris

for Interview In Winter Haven. 2l In Wlntir Uavea. CY 1-837 1-TF. .Tender Lore A Car TELEVISION REPAIRS oven, rang 7.$' I down 160' lot.and Price wo only pay fit closing.MO.SCO .

I( FRANKLIN H-TT 0 Formal Dining coet .
No Experience Necessary FOR SALE Body Shop Equip Completely furnfehed I bed OFBIC STMVAT! i a* i .... IBAKRmCONlfABY
dale ment WO with 7-1530.:leaa*. Phone Auburn.30-tf JACK 6 JILt, NURSERY! JORDAN NORTH TV GATE SALES:SHOFFBHa A SERVICE Central Air Conditioning !horn* In NE. section located WO. VUT

Checklist of I To earn good income with ronday Month thru- I Saturday Yean CENTER Gleaming Oak Floori between three laiei. Use living Third St.. BW ..owt55TB'

AVON COSMETICS. We will FOR BALK Small Weatern Auto 13* A.... C S.B.CY Phone 383-8601 kitchen back
Whole House Air I Associate atore. Good bualneaa. FASTEST TV SERVICE IN SOCTT Priced $27,500 with $3,500 room bath
train you. For appointment good location Rent reasonable.Myllma a-iwa 1-11 down $158 per month screened porch Si carpot't.ODir; '

Conditioning Benefits call 682-4137 or write 373-1.38., phone r2-1414: 23-lIar.Night 31 I-TF $6300. Terms it See Beautiful

I You f..1 l bttter. P.O. Box 13tS Lakeland SWAP SHOP SWIMMING POOLS (YPIHSS GARDENS de.1red.Beasley Sun Acres .
You oat better.
24-21 (10)) Articles For Sale
5i5110* better. 1ect EftaJe.n.a4)J6S'
You brsstha duo sir.'oui. Realty Co. 214 BEDROOM HOMES
home I. draft.froS.Ploso WHITE alnj-le woman or couple WE AVAILABLE Terrano
I Mated I out. wanted to live at Camp lesion reconditioned moos work of any. Financingavailshle 8J4 6th St. N.W. CY 1TS7O1
Quality IIIlnlf value GOPHbR .
HOLE W R. Helms COrn.ccii Floors Built-in
Fewer mitts Oct In. llRhl t range, awning
Want of Lake ,Walea. Some
uniform Not pr.'packagad." Be* SWAP SHOP US. 17 Ride: Lake.
Houi plenn grow bettor.. nun work A LOT OF FISH. what you buy. All aliea and colon CY 1-3967. :ai-Mar. 23 IM76.Building Contractor 2Mar..CalCY 24 WARREN SECKEL, Realtor window Price Starting At
Dust I. kept outelde.Sveryeno No rental, Interview UKR HOWABDComer -
NU. required. For
II 00 per soiL 616 Arlana Av*. $8,300 $57.32 Month
le better natured. call Mr*. Miller, CY 67108ao24. Auburndal. Acroai from Continental .2S106 Went Lake Howard Dr. A 5 e.
Healthful Indoor ollm.t.. : Can Co. 11TF L $ A.... B, NW. a-bedroom 1-bath.
N. heat etroln on older talk. Florida room bullt-la kitchen, 5- LOCATED mIles Weat of Winter

tetplratory troubles ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bad Uk Link Dr. SB. LAKE. rarporte. central heat, air eonrtllon. Haven on old Lakeland

f You' alleviated.etay entertain home.ft.more.Wou ...... I Burger CURB GIRLS King! WANTED.2C01 HavandnleBlvd Apply Floor- Hlghchalr Polleher- U Chain- DO Saw- IT- (10)) Article For Sale! IIII-A(I ) For Rent, Unf batha VI1.WI Urge I large fully bs4ronma equipped :kltchea 1 tile tan..a-bedroom fluhlnn pier furnlahed, boat gueat lift FOR rot- Road State Route 142.

23-94: ncludlna dlihwuher Separat SALE BY OWNER: Occupant No
Frlende enjoy vn.tme, you. RENTALS. :3801 Ave. 0. NW. 28-TF
dining room. Living mom fireplace cloalng coat. 0-24
Children atey homo more.Cleaning DAN WINTERSBuilder
BARBER WANTED: Full or part
bllle one 10.... Matter VESTINGHOUBB 11'* floor mode TIRECLEARANCE I-BEDROOM CB noun* for rent ( Florida room: attached iai*
Wood doesn't war* and Havandala Blvd.preferred. ApplyJOS3 2M: TV. Excellent condition. 43J.00. Sit 14M NE Ilk St 17100 revolt.2943t3R "e: room sins itorage .. Ilaundl'J' Developer
creek. lib Bt, Lake Ida. .::11 : 21-TF room: well and eprlnkleri SPECIALIDEAL
:On.atorketnC roealo value. quiet ,deilrmbl nelchborhond: ".11t- CT 2-1433
ACCORDION. 190: Bai*, a werka 3-BEDROOM unfurnlehed know and n ,.HA v.1.
((3)) Situation WantedCOLUN old. T ewltchei, coat 660000 still *l>rtmenta.. IbSOO and 166 00 fol$15,000.t'CY" ,2I7i.: 23-25 RETIREMENT HOMES Jerry MartHa CT 4-IMS
has guarantee. 115000 or beat cub The following Urea mint (o Alio furnlehed rental ATKINI kitchen .
bedroom IVi baths
: FEDDERSWar offer Immediately. Writ lion A before Feb.' 21. E.Z Terms REAL ESTATE, CY "111'. 2 25-TF
17-Mar. 17 Florida room & dining
MRSEBY 1881 % Newe-Chlef. 14-Mar. 1
on Urea. I 4 I BR CB Home Sereral.CHARLES .
Will keep your children I days aweek. FOR MrCOMIC, Eng Broker area. Ideally located on RETIREMENT! ROME
Call CY 6-6636. 21-27 FRIGIDAIRB automitla clothe Large living room l-bedroom. 9batha -
W.... HMM dryer. 14(96 ELLSWORTHAPPLIANCES Seconds! BUY O-.E..3-Bedroom built-in 1-bath MO.00 houaawith per 13.28 AVE. 8, NW STATELY OAKS kitchen with built-in oven
WILL take of children by day
car ISO 3rd St., NW. month with K% applied aralnat ana* and dlehwaaher, dlnetto.
Air CM.MMIHATTKISSON In my Evening baby alum .31 down tllity room and Florida mom onto
3t'H* I payment McELROY BUILDEPS. -
also. 35- 7Mxl4 Narrow White 394-42M. 1TFa 1..1 nTH COURT N.E. BUCKEYE a larere screened. patio. DonUt do-
FOR SALE nine Range
-' PRACTICAL NurOl d..lre. 'po." USED TV SETS: All I*. Take SUvertown, B. F. Goodrich BEDROOM HOUSE for rent .. Modern 1 bedroom bom.. ILLS REASONABLE EX. chums cld. until Drive,you IE.hare Phone aeon CY 130.-.AI..141...
linn KB nunM companion l our ur your pick. 11000 each. Jnhnann -EACII- Call CY 3-W34 attar 4PM. IV Dowa |90 per month I CELLENT FINANCING 34-1
: night duty. References CY7..n6. Appliance Uk Alfred. 172-MW: $19.00 EXCHANGE M-tf CY 1-0014. t-TF
Heating & CoolingCall 26-31 a-TF PLUS TAX AVAILABE a.

WOMAN aim. hnuivkeeplng with I year and old to eon live de-tn.C.II FLOOR lI.mpl. Sofos. rhatne. Is.blea S20HS Narrow White ,112)) For Rent Furn. STROUT REALTY Call Wallace Tucker Retirement

CY 3-0289 CY 1-68la. 24-21: .. Warehouse lamps' elc.Furniture II 00 a IIAI.up.Tarma B. F, Goodrich Tubeless FURNISHED HOME CY S-SU2

13 81h 8t.. NW. 18-24 -EAOI-
IN-TOWN LIVING Only 1780000 Terma U requiredLARGE .s HomesIN

..21.i ((5)) House Trailers HI-FI Jenatn Speaker and natural 23.00 EXCHANGE ipicloui and apotleaa one bed TUCker Builders
Inleh ...I.m with :30 ft. of cable. PLUS TAX and LAKEFRONT ROME
room efficiency apartment
$36.00, :WJ-0701_after_4 00 p.m. ,-:IIt .Br..., ..bot b., etpanalv* ground. BEAUTIFUL
i 1 :CLASSIFIED DISPLAY NOW. BELLING full n:8ot SKYINE (00x14 Narrow White completely furnished including many cIt rue t....,.. eaten rent*
MOBILE Palm SUvertown B. F. Goodrich garige. Short walk to ever)'. coltain, 13600 down, full price
Sho... Mobile VUlaga, RU II eaul nl HP pump t phaoa. HP mmbr thing. Moderate yearly and 17.600 2026COZY GARDEN
Lake Alfred. 11-TF CY "lion 21.31 -EACII-
22.50 EXCHANGE seasonal ratea.JORDAN BEDROOM HOME fumlahed houa on Dinner
tYNJI WE PAY CASH for good need Lake Fireplace Good condition.7ftm GROVE
I ---- FOR ALE: I.B.droom Spartan appliance*. ELLSWORTHAPPIIANCE8. PLUS TAX APARTMENTS 011 I high and dry lot. BeautIfully )00 Perfect for retired couple.
I .. ------ M.n.IOII Troll. aIOL: A... G. NW.Lak. aeo led St. NW 714-11 etk St, NW 242717 cared to. 18.100 :393-8012. 26-1 NEAR CYPRESS GARDENS
Doer Trailer ".rk, Vent :393-1630.: 26-1 UOxI4 Narrow WhiteB.
l iti> Mlhf WinO Mdl II..,.,. 2&-31 F. Goodrich Silvertown 16-TF NICE HOME A RENTAL APT. MODELS OPEN DAILY

DOM to center of to. 111600.
iJ.w11ry kaalf. -EAClI- 1 ROOM with utility
Rxngaa Washers Dryor duples carport* Entrance just one-half mils
FOR QUICK SALE -Good BARGAIN condl- ,........ TV Set Steroo $24.50 EXCHANGE room and dock prlvllegea at EXCELLENT DUPLEX OPEN HOUSE East of Cypress Garden
2t ft HOUM trailer 746 Uk Jowls Drive Adult.. Relerenrea on
!_ ._17-Uar. 37W4iTTRANOPORTATlON :':'i.RW.oao'i; :: turn left at .Stoned v Air. .Conditioner fully guaranteed. Recondt-Terma. PLVS TAX No pet*. Yearly baal preferred Fully furnUhed (loss to center of $,,151 State Road 540 ,.
TO 4FROM Green Contact owner at 742 arroiaitreet. town Only 111.600. Earn 113000:
aluminum trailer. 24-26: From 12995:! *> Up JOHNSON ""R. l-Bth 1140 > ft. ovrn
LAKELAND T.30' A.MI .. APPLIANCES Lake Alfred CYPRESS TIRE 16-TF per month. :2-Bath. 610.300. 3-Balh.q.double carport JOHN G. WOOD
00 F.M. a daye. IBM RoeetswnAve. Phone I73-1US Nlte 371159011TF.
.. ,5 W. Pleane rail CY .1IM1 I I ZOlt Lake Alfred Rd. FURNISHED or CNFURNI8HF.DEfFIClENCI&S 196-8001 Kit. CY S-MI4 *. 1600 aq ft overall. 110900.

0,4w."*n 1:10 PM-430 P.II. workdIti. (5-A) Moving & Storage PH. 294-3111 Nice large and airy 14 room BEDROOMS -- JO.n6MOM Out Havendal Blvd turn right lo & ASSOC., Inc.
::11 FOR QUICK SALE MOVING Conveniently located In Old PostalBuilding. 2111 St. or Airport Rd. to let paved
G.E.: wisher, atove, refrigerator. 2S28RUBBI.lt road left or call ,
Kltel' eernceman In touch 1 Call CY 3-8861 or CY CHAIN OF LAKES New 4 on Developers Builders
MPERIAL MOVING STORAGE Other mlMV Itenu Very good con-
3-4117. S-TF bedroom 1 hath horn 40
with all the Hometown New by Prompt and officiant aorvlco for Itlon. Very reasonable. CY t-77ia STAMPS For check carportRAN8FERRED CY J 5718 1-2517 Phone 113..303l3U

aendlng Newt-Chief him the, Special Winter raloa HavenDHy .II your moving noeda. Call "'H endorsement alfnatur. NEW LAKESIDE APARTMENTS. r'.d.: ... 1'J'.b.La'lll ..: Noon.. 18-Mar. 1< :
I p.3O. Call CY t-2111 now. CY "- 1" for free aotlmatea. ther purpoaei alas dating Ideal for tourtat Corner of Lake .r Road CY H74 CY k66I. .TF .
monthi.f -TF- Agenta for Atlaa Van Ltnea Inc.iarvHg 1 ROOMS of fine fumttur. Takeover stamps Seals pocket oward. 770 Ave D. SW View of : ..IllllIlllll5l5IllllllllIIlllllll5lIIlIl.tEXCLUSIVE$ 1 BEDROOM, tile bath dining '
all 60 Matea. 14-T4 paynwmta of 36 lit per week "ampa. STAR FRF88 Phone CY two lakea. SUNDECK. Glenn OSwlneford. : Owner most room. carport, 1 porchee. Near
: -CLASSIFItO DISPLAY noludln refrigerator range *43S iai A... A, NW. T' ,,:II iou II ouk-kly.. "I.-t. air I hopping center. No city ta....
Like new Warehnut Furnltur conditioned, lakevtew Lamecheery 650000. CY a-naa. M-M:
((6)) Special Services Sales. 63 4th BU. NW. 1S-84 FIRST FLOOR Apartment Walking room. encellent nearby "
:;; LET us INVENTORY reduction I 1964 dlatanc to town lake Clean .rhonl and atore Low Iu... Low 1455 N. Lake |

>put 'YOU ,In the party ..5.6tna,1 'BED O.E. 11 ru. ft refrigerator.xcellent MOTOROLA Conaole Cabinet Model and quiet. Adult plea**. Ml Av*. dew. payment lOll Blltmor Dr i Retirement
.: Call Ve. Ouanintoed wholnala CY "' ::111. 1147
MADE condition. 650 00. prlcra.LL8WORTH B, NW. 11-TF
: next time you fael, :393-3401 35-27 AFPUAMCK8.! 34-1
like, doing the IPLACE ALTERATIONS Blind etttch.dmodern Home 4
: equipment. Silo Hickory 11 PER DAY RENTAL
ElwtrtO Taken $54,000
In TradeI iAn
NW. CY S-76&4. Mra. Edna
carpet Shampooer'
with purchene Thia 1 BR tile bath home
of ooTirM I. of.
Lou".._.., .L.Mo"d' Stash fire or your home by appoint My RENTALS room, large lot. established looking on. of Winter = features include two

I iii Hou.,Pout Csuoty.fl3ERE'LL" mOst. .1.lIlnt mont. 3.00 up Penman Ward: 4 I: PUT 10. PEAT MUCK LAWN US TOPPING. CLAY 110.. eighborhood. Close to all city Haven's most beautiful = screened porches, far J

372-1049. 20-Mar. .ai,lnc a ,.rd.. Tn Pullln, 1 S bedroom fur. horns Sates onvenienc. lakea .plua. s luxurious = age large abide trees. To-
", BE e Winter Raven Drafting Co. Sametlmei refer to a* *5. radlng.. CY amnia anytime. 13-1 ale. MONTHLY PAYMENTS $75 gu .t partmcot Every E tal price la only $9,900 with -
AU typoa Commercial A t'vln lie* N.. 71) M Intht Furnl.hed apartment I I k.d- J
DRIVE $300 down and of
BY 2011 STREET detail for
10th the dlacriminat- E payments
danttn' Friday sod Saturday Realdentlal drafting ti"", .. lerm It ; t.lihl.w.lhl REFRIGERATOR CnMl y Shelvaor room.
menti' t* live mum.tet Sallifactloa Guaranteed flat motel the> : 11400 In good condition, See N.W. AND CALL Slog buyer. Simple El le- rancc $58.00 per month plus ta*> J

exkun ua aplll at ,Our your table fov.*r"*at Drawn Bldg. CY 414131TF ted4 Ur trentferrlno I....,* 14th Rocky l Ave Horse B. NW.: CY 3SItSAlas M-M: 1 t I bedroom home ,too Sees ( perfect for FlorIda ei and insurance. For anappoIntment

tit* bar. t* ,.*., en II .,lfs.+ pees I S bedroom I bath horn, Fl... : living. Thia hom i* beyond S to aes this

EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEFPING: lit. tho Newt.Chuf b 4_ room _...,. t 196 I BEDROOM, I BATH word. to describe. E special offering, call :
.WE OFFER SERVICE Income Tax Pbone rentlInitillinf.. ($IO-A) Boats & Motors 4 I bedroom Unf. _, |71 EXTRA CLEAN May I ahow youT = .
RelIc Pea,...
tho flneet .f feode and CY 4-1140. bus A... F NW. SEE
night Yeah Ion* remember.leearvatlan .-...,. f DRIVE BY'IDS PARK DRIVE CaQELEANOR

.. 11 It. "bo....... .....t. 15 HP 1.1.: BEASLEY REALTY CO. CAREFREE COVE AND CALL LEIS BROS. :
uagtd rude eloclno
.'N* Cover .Ne Minimum, ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE .motor Nic. pleaauirn slantor, flab.tilt M4 Mk *t, kW Either of these homes can bs IGUllARl'EYe. REALTORS -
L*elt. tee the tlamlng candl log boat. 186.00.InJy I 4-2040, 2625I cy .nIT n 5Ills13TI yours for absolutely & Sua. CY 4-1112
use Sixth IL, NW L

LaMOND'S BUY and wad appliance and furniture oontrola BOAT wlndehlold., cable and atoerlni...... wheel 1M 00. FOR RENT Two bedroom fur Nothing Down [TOWN CowrrwilIlllllllllIlllllllllll5ll5IllllllIllssslI! (Opposite North Gate)
wo eeii need appluuwand
STEAK HOUSE .. furniture Brook Applianeea artow MM547. 36-27 nlihed apartment cloM-ln Immo.diate 2t4-2in

1IU Cypresa Gardena Road 6 Furniture. 261 Bavendala Blvd USED flahn' rip wanted year round poaMulon....... CAn on Maeonal at 104 AT or*. I&W Builders ::277M.t o 'ijlli'ml) n m1ij1U1I' : Ew. WO 7-2711
1-TF aluminum or plastic boat . i4t'
A. NB.: Phone 393-1370. ll-TT a 31 1i11L UIiIU
: CY MOM Ill _.. IW 2'.122' motors up to It liP . trail... 1
WANTED TO BUY A folding plug spotraolt at ONE Newly Decorated furnlahedapartmeata.
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((13)) RM! Eit.t For T IM IN THI TOr OS A TtNT-ANB
IllllllltllllllllllllllllU I lZ t
DICK WEST i ouellf Moll t
\ Something a WASHINGTON (UPI) You w.l l t0VD
undoubtedly will be delighted to }: MLT001 \ 1
I m mA
Different learn It you didn't know It already o s'

\ Spacious that pythons are sold by I l
I the "creeping foot.
\ Miniatures f Pythons in good working order =
5 currently cost $10 a creep- 1 t, 1

BrlckereU construction Ii In! foot in 10-foot lengths or un f5'.I

s Modern Styling . 5 der. If a python is longer than
= Deep will and irrigation ss 10 feet the price rises sharply.A .
system to help keep till as few yean ago, short pythons
beautifully landscaped as oould be picked up for 7W.rner2e.lbon Do. de4Or5RUT9'e... MINUTUUTICI
grounds In "Al order". :|: only $uo a creeping foot. '-I #e47.R, FCWFD, TAI*aoMl 77 075TuuY.A
it AvratMaM ,
nrofMU1 I5sRn7ur ntrA7gaN/A) I1a1i
s The living room of this | 41 Creeping footage, aa you can
s charming one bedroom ss : see, is highly suacepUblc to
home hit a 'working fire. g creeping Inflation.
:i plic A will of sliding = The rising cost of pythonsand
:s gins doori open onto a =: other creatures of the wild i
s 10' i S91 screened porch S was pointed out to a House apopropri.tioD' 5z
giflng each of the rooms |: subcommittee recently -
I a view of the most its |_ by Dr. Theodore H. Reed
trictivi ,erden. ss director of the National Zoo.
Reed who wants Congress. to I, i
All details of this home 5s provide more money for animal
ere of urdu! pluming =: purchases reported that giraffes I.
= quality construction. E hive gone up from $2,000to
5 Price: $13.000. Cell rI wate y. Tr $4,500; leopards from $250

ELEANOR IGLEOART sI to $400; open-bill storks from
$32 to $40 entellus
; monkeys
Eves Sun. CV 4-1812
A } from $5 to $50, and so on. PIN 555 00971191 AT 11A[ BLAND IPAOf/0.t..,
Cir h a Members of the subcommittee
= 14Ai + n tooRe tN6ocrNf 11RIALLY A w1TD aaritlltog A DEADI Tt1111! one
who apparently! are not FNOUON IM THAT IN NEW 1OAk. ,IIOUR De1RUO11Vg CLARIDOA TXC
TOWN t, COUNTRY !; very python conscious, accepted LARRYINO CASE, IA11tRY WILL POWER A I6aTRUMENT., INCOMING nIOMTMO "
.N this information without DR, Wlttl wNOLE eITTi NO VISITORS
: i fl
lTlUagnofta 1 comment Which is not too sur 1. 1, Hf** THE UNDIN9w
I '" S'411 1 1liliiJU. UIiUll! prising.As (

j fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiH242S I ,; Reed himself noted "no1
I many people are concerned
about snakes."

The system of python nessurement .

intrigued me, however
$900 DOWN So much so that I contacted J.
Lear Grimmer the soo's
director and asked him
to YOU M! N.
.t b define a creeping foot. 0061YOURFRIINOSON
SCHOOL AREA "A creeping foot is an boDed'
foot," Grimmer said. "It means
An .room extra large. a that the python baa not been
Wall to-Wall cirpetlnf. TSiaPRdrL3of u-, saroN* THINK
w stretched by the dealer who is ITWILL.NWppNa.NOW
Florida room. ivt bitbi. trying to sell It" k eAR1T4 TMOUSMT "*U PAN01 ,.IUST or V9uc ucvMuaSKIBNTWT WNeN Wtl 1eU 1MOWIld
distance to aU.chool. CITRUS QUEEN CANDIDATE-Miss Susanne War. He explained that a python YOU JUSTAPRiveD. MOW pOH /UippFN RiPIUR TNtet 1 THINK I POIU P-. m NEARLY '

.. nor of St. Pttenburg It one ef 26 Florida girls seeking the can be beyond stretched its natural about five!length percent j0u4ACAM01 TtR T'AR6N T; / VACATION 1CU1 MR KluiA totlOOL WMaI .

All for $19,000 with $000 1964 Citrus Queen title 'In the contest at the Citrus EC Which can make a big difference ,

down and no closing position early next month. Miss Warner Is II, has red in the price. It, for Instance .

costa brown hair" and a million dollar smile. a nine-foot-slx python

LEIS BROS. were stretched beyond 10 feet
REALTORS "Congreitman Haley Reports the price would just about dou I I

1200 Sixth St., NW ble.It seems that someone Is always .

(Opposite North Gate) Treasury Raiding ExamplesWASHINGTON I trying to deceive a too
2M-SOT director. And not ]Just animal a
dealers are guilty. The animals
Eve Su. 2I4-2SU
themselves get pretty sneaky at
p D.C. -We Junct of the h r
JIJ recently American Transit times.In .
have heard while the Association which has a memberihlp his statement to the subcommittee

ways were being greased for of 250 of the nation's Reed confessed thai __

((14) Real Estate Wanted launching the tax-cut-for4very 1,200 systems, and Its purposein he was fooled by a gorilla _VEM WILL! IP YrOU Y.ANT K MR4JIOOeIOht/ !{ wm VaANT ltD pnnmr! S
) body, a great deal of talk from meeting here is to get the named Moka, which recently 157 1G OPEfa LIKI T1UT I'LL HEX WTTft AM AWARD At ITWATte
I some rather uD.eeultcmedlOurcea house to approve a mass trsn gave birth to a baby named A FINI WAY TO DREW! DRIae UKI TNI// fNei EOF T111 TIN SJEOC .
WANT TO BUT TO* CASHl I- about federal fiscal r. sit subsidy bill. Leonard. Ofp 1tFAH(37MiIN
B.dranm.b-t HOUM with fil.n-- sponsibility. The proponents of ( BTHyIIAR ,
The "'
this be. j
ty clout room and train would program group la 'It was only three days IOWNATi .
connldtr torn repair. Writ Ban big new spending programs pushing for seems Innocent fore the birth that we decided E '
A-1N1 % N.wa CAiet. M-18 have been being very quiet indeed enough as embodied In the Federal that she was pregnant;. he tXMdFORTiIILI! j : ..LI"

while the big push for the budget. Only $75 million Is said "Naturally, I am chs-

((14-A) Lots & Acreage tax cut was on. asked for to get the transit subsidy grained at not knowing that C
But now that the tax cut has going in fiscal 1965-and such an Important animal aa a
become. to all Intents and purwses $75 million is Indeed only a gorilla was pregnant."

CHOICE ItrarDENTIAL Gardena Rn d.LOT Owner raCyprM a reality, the gold rush drop In the bucket In a $97 bil The mistake, however was 1.84
will fluac Call 2M-K3S. JTFnrrATE I. on again-not the old fash lion budget The Urban Mass understandable. Everyone assumed
toned type of course, but the committee would have the Mobs bad "merely lost
utmost! LOT' one that leads to the Federal House believe this Is the whole. her figure...
IW Ml' d..p. Wilt Ukt Howard .
tre.auf1.For But
CY 4-U1S. 1417I the truth It that this msss w
Instsnce as I write this transit subsidy proposal will

ACRE LAKEFRONT there la assembled In Wsshngton cost the Federal taxpayers at Crippled B52
Deep well, electricity: : bam cltrui something called the Urban least $10 billion and probablya I [ XHAVB INI Oil \U U NIARL.Y .I i TItuGHTI
- I1SSOO. > Mass Transportation Steer. I C. VOf MCJ wcRL CHEWe,
great deal STALK SCARED
C. 1'. HeCOMTC tol. Broker more, over the POURED A >
1S3-3C4I log Committee. This Is an ad next decade if this authorization GLASS 0r MILK I I CCLUTfJ > TV*UFB LPTHE GLASS

-- bill, now pending I In the Lands SafelyWICHITA 7P WHILE N N NERLr OJr0FME!
Ia'u TI00
House Rules I EAD ii C
ARTICLES FOR SALE Committee shouldbe = ;. tlooK
enacted into law
Let ua look for a moment at FALLS, Tex. (UPIA ) o N
the facts. The bill which already B52 jet bomber with two 1 I wM
baa been approved by theSen.t. engines out raids a safe landing o

1 ., contemplates $375 mil late last night at Sheppard rb'IL
1 lion In direct subsidies, another AFB.
$375 million revenue bond gusr- Lt. Col. Melvin J. Rudd land
into program and an almost ed the plane] without difficulty
unlimited loan program all to after circling the field for over

CLASSIFIEDREADER be used by local and state public an hour.
bodies In building msss The air base reported that
transportation facilities In ur- one of the plsne's eight engines
ban areas.A went out while the plane was
Federal official 1 would deride on a routine training million.
SERVICE A second engine caught fire,
which urban areas wouldbe
eligible for this assistance, This fire was put out and then Ild$ERI Fem h HAD AN TO.7THAT MKHTYSKIMDyFlEtQ LEAVES A DON'T NOf10D'R'S /

so It Is not known now how came the slow dumping of fuel. 44'INTLRiLRE
many would benefit. But the The plane Is part of the 494th TO rVWE FOOWD THE IKI OUR FAMILY THAT TO SETTLE Fall L4Pl PEILMISSION.I
Census Bureau tells me there! Bomber Wing at Sheppard. C ONLY UNKISSCP rr WE CAKTT MARKV/ CRACKMIRROR,
are 212 standard metropolitanareas pLA1JTY tN ALL ANY GIRLWNGS EVER THE0.Er .: 1,
study prepared. for the Federal Wall Street
government shows that the cost
FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD of meeting msss transit needs

for only 40 of these areas would
e e .
amount to $10 billion In the Chatter -
next decade Of this, under the
Notices For This
Department bill the Federal taxpayers
would put up something more NEW YORK (UPI) Walt +
Limited To than $e billion McKibben of Forbes Investo-
But this would not. unfortunately graphs, Inc., ssys "the market 6x'.' tiarrCO
1. (twn fw Ml.. M *.., le tile I. Ne lk.rM Ne C"-" be the end. Remember, can easily go right on through

*.,!I.. ef S2I er .... A8 c:..... this figure covers only the 800 in the Dow-Jones Industrials
needs of 40 of the 212 metropolitan because a barrier becomes Important -
t II Weal Umh .1 lrm te
lMk AA I. A* ..w herssgM >I. I* areas. Obviously, when only It a lot of people e e : : WAITING LONCt,
think it exists."Barriers .
these 40 begin to get theirs
2. lack ...... Mtf ..... tW ...fle4 .,."..., wrItt then many, perhaps ill of the are supposed to result -

,nee at --rlat ... ..... lit at .W II with p.,... remaining 172 areas will begin from large numbers of people ,
.... _liar at 144.... If fighting for their share of this who bad bought stocks st a = :
tile ... .. II elves... Isrgesse. liven level, suffered through a :

4. N. ....,... .4s will ke 7. N. pines .r.ra. This is not. program which decline and are waiting to get
."10'1. has any kinship with the Federal out when they get even. The :
.. Ads will HM 11 Mrs.14. highway aid program. That present situation! bears not theallhtelt
.. program la financed by user resemblance to this

.--- charges-tsxes on gasoline! sutomoblles. model. The market is In the '' ; r
Randmad.Quilt.. SUM 135M! rubber accessorlea clear In new high ground
Variety at honumtil. J.UI.., .>>0lip. PIGEONS: Bur > poll itrtlfbl .
benefits the
and it not only There Is theoretical or technical
S73-123S Uk Alfred: him teaUUi. IX: 00 and I.t i
users but the entire nation This reason why a barrier
t POll ,..... CT aSO "'nlnt .
HOMING rttMiu. .SOc .nl/ c. or trault would be should be
mass program more likely at 800 : t
two for .7(0 731 JSth at.. NW.
Phoa CT S-77SL BillPlatcker.. HAMSTERS I fenwlu, I male. financed by funds from the han at any other number- except .I.IoicAv
Broiling Of Md amass nags Federal Treasury and It would perhaps the simple factth.t .
RUMMAGE ALB:: Antique dl.lv-. .... .
turn *lu L S7 00. CY 4-JMO transit snd ,
benefit users
only nice
chair (Lase. cletaing atlaur > it'a a round figure I eArcJ Rr woT
Lm.AQUA 3107. Are. d. NW (R.ar) S.WUS togs..1y operators of transit systems.If which tends to bring home ROCKYMIJ $3ellTJ' talk gYLN IAADLDe !
there ever was a program dramatically that the marketis WRN vouR tuna
which should be handled at thelocal aIFLI :
contour Iouegi chair "..... REVERB MOV7JC: CAMERA. I DUll and very high. 1 E (tier +
and state level lathe
ails cover, 5'000' new.yours let Cartridge load. TakM flM pIootuftI ep F
00. CT M.U altar 1.00 pa.. 8*.oo. Includlnj Bnnral main by private enterprise Bradbury 1:. Thurlow of : j

-ISULROB Huh. Can ra. CT S-S3C -thla la It. Winslow Cohu A Stetson says J h
altetrle Mon. Good condition. 'the recent market action of
UOOO. 2MXKIa LARGE: Tomato piuU Mw ready ; MAT DROP PILLSGLOUCESTER aerospace stocks gives good .

for Ml.. H. c. MURPHT. UJw England: 1 reason to believe that the widey = ;.
AJI.fimmOtf. Iagles. Dundee Bd. CT .12112-
Factory 01 Round (UPI The Family Planning discussed disarmament plant
Raloadi M Bound 414 -ISBEIOB Association branch here 1 Is considering may have been exaggerated F .
OS- nt _clltloll. U'00. MO W.* pill because seven women who mind that the industry la a ma- I
BUNK b d. 110 n> each 1 Dr... took the said .
H.rbord It, Laka AUnd. FRJliU. pills they .r.preiA.nL Jot employer of labor and that
n 110 M ch. 2U1 Ava. A. CW
\ ( thin, Is as election year"


Twelve Ferry I I

respectively, who have been x { b _
1j married for 69 yean. .

1L Mh Melvin Morrell, at 92, wu the OVER 80 PARTY-Guests of honor at the Downtown Florence Carpenter, Dan Carpenter Melvin Morrell Don
oldest and Car
pester person was the preaent second oldest. Shuffleboard Club's annual oldsters' party, all SO or over, aid Moore, Frank Brickman G. M. Solomon, Frank Wahr.
The dinner party la held were, from left: H. B. Scranton, A. D. Hewitt, E. S. Horn. I hauian.Vaughn.i, W E. Thresher, Albert Dennision and R. E.
every February, and each year: berger, William Bixenman Clarence Beam, Thomas Gar .
draws a sizable attendance of' bet, Ed Brown, Harry Hamilton, Mrs. Sarah Cotey, Mrs.
honor guesta. --

t and Morrell Besides their, those the ages/ present Carpenters were:this H.year and B. I'i Akers Elected To Honorary Post At FSC I Major Bundy To

Scranton, 89; A. D. Hewitt, 85; Speak FridayIn
E. S. Hornbarger, 87; William I Milburn P. Akers, editor of Chicago and Washington D. C.
Bixenman, 80 Clarence Beam, Lake WalesMaJ.
I ; the Chicago "Sun-Times, has He Is a past director of the
81 Thomas Garber, 80; Ed
; been elected honorary chancel. Era; American Society of Newspaper Edgar C. Bundy, world
Hamilton 81
Brown, 82; Harry ;
lor of Florida Southern College
Mrs. Sarah Cotey, 81; Donald Editors. traveler, soldier, author and
Brickman, for 1964. The son of I Methodist min. lecturer, will speak Friday at
Moore, 83 Frank
SHUFFLEBOARD WINNERS-Morton Miller I.ft, won the 70 and Ov.r huffle-. 86 G. M. ;Solomon, 84; Frank I lie will give the principal address Inter, Akers has long been active 7:30: p.m., at the Lake Wales
beard title which was sponsored by the Winter Haven Tourist Club. Orva Ottgen, right, \Vahrhausen, 83; W. E. Thresh. and preside over the annual in church work. He is a High School Auditorium.
was the runner-up. Ernest Garrison, preiident of the Winter H.v.n Tourist Club, presented er, 84; Albert Dcnniston, 85; Founders' Week convoca 4 member of the national Com Sponsored by Lake Wales Ro
the trophy to Miller R. E. Vaughn, 83. lion, March 12-14, It was announced mission on Public Relationsand tary Club, Kiwanis Lions and
I by Dr. Charles T Methodist Information, and American
Legion. Maj. Bundy'asubject
Thrift, Jr., president of FlorIda chairman of the National Com
Per Wins Hospital NewsTUESDAY'S I DundeeOn Southern. mittee of Church Men for Threat will to be America's"The Communist Internal .
Akcra Is the 29th man to Church Colleges of the Nation. "
Friday evening, Feb. 28, Security.
be elected honorary chancellor al Council of Churches.He .
ADMISSIONS ter Thomas Smith, Solon 7:30: p.m., at Dundee Methodist since trustees of the 79.year- Is a trustee of two Methodist Program chairman fa Walter
10 And Over Winter Haven Whitney, Henry H. Grant, Walter Church Pearson, Mr.will show and films Mrs. old Methodist college began colleges-McKendree of E. Zilahy, president of Rotary,
Master David H. JacksonJr. conferring the title on outstand. Lebanon, Ill., his alma mater, and the speaker will be Introduced
Mrs. F of
Agnes Ryals, Mrs. taken on their recent tour
R by Mattel of
ing leaders In various fields In and MacMurrajr of Jackson. Rep. Ray
., Miss Sharon Griffin, Miss L. Central Europe. A social hour
A. Sims, Johnny Hugh'es. 1934. yule Ill., and also a trusteeOf Winter Haven.
Shuffle TitleMort Judy Dickerson, Miss Faith will be observed following the Akera has been associatedwith Wesley Memorial HospitalIn The meeting ia open to the
Powell, Baby Gregory Lake Alfred viewing. Everyone Is welcome. the "Sun-Tlmes" since the Chicago. public. There ia no charge

; Miller won the Winter Brlonez, Master John Carson, Baby Melissa Shinn, Baby Rev. Cecil Whitney at of Scbring founding In 1941. Previously, he
was guest speaker Baptist
Cynthia Reed. worked on the Springfield, HI.,
Mrs. Leona Halstead, Mrs.
Raven Tourist Club shuffleBoard Temple on Sunday. Rev. Whitney "State Register," the St. Louis
contest for youngsters 70 Fred A. Warner, William J. Dundee and family were dinner "Post Dispatch", and the Associated RESTAURANT SPECIAL
years of age and older at the Pickhaver, Mra. Llda Mur Edward M. Campbell. guests at the home of Mr. and Press in Springfield,

attic Center courts."Four ray, Mrs. Harvey Stoltt, Lakeland Mra C, E. Burnett. WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Mrs. William F, Nally. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook
players, Orva Ottger, Mrs. Truman Field, Mrs. Ada Davenport and four sons were over from STEAK SPECIAL
rrrtng Baxter, William Pickens, Odom, Mrs. Chester Miller, Mrs. Isabel Knapp. Tavares for a weekend visit I Sgt. York Still Critically III I

and Miller, survived the quail- Mn. James L. Sprunger, Lake Wales with Mrs. Cook's parents, Mr. BONELESS
Jack Clark, Thomas W. Harvey and Mrs. Walter Jones Whilein
fjrtog.roundi to enter the semifinals Mrs. Ethel N. Hendrix. JAMESTOWN, Tenn. (UPI) from "dehydration," lack of sufficlent :
Ralph W. Ewing, Mrs. Dundee, Mr. and Mrs., Cook
with In the Miller finals.Ottger and. Ottger Lewis F. Giles, Mrs. M, John FrostproofMrs. visited Mrs. Alma Golden, and Doctors reported today there body fluids. 97
meeting .
;,: finished second In a Marino, Mrs. James T. Crosby Simpson. the Tom Bice family. was "no change" In the condition Doctors and nurses were feed.
close. contest with Miller. Mrs. Lewis Ream, Mrs. TUESDAY'S DISMISSALS Mrs. Pearl Clark is In Au- of World War I hero Alvin log him Intravenously

The tournament war directed Carlton Dorr, Winter Haven burndale for a visit with her York, In critical condition at York was reported "alert" as 4:00 '.M. to 1:00 P.M. ONLY
President Ernest Garrison Auburndale sister, Mrs. Nettie Dean.
By Mrs. Roy
Albright, Master
Fentress County General Hospit compared to a semi-comatose
and Ambrose Chambers Baby Shirley Braxton, MastShoppers' Mra. Daniel Sheehan Is visiting
Timothy Blevlns, Master Rich at Cape Kennedy this al. state when he was admitted I'

ard E. Davis Jr., Mrs. OwenG. week, with her son, Charles C. York, 18, winner of the Medalof here for the same ailment several LJZtEIiiii I i I
Fields, A. J. Fisher, Martin Stephens and family Honor, had been reported weeks ago.
A. Freeman, Mrs. Lucia Here from Brockport, N.Y. "somewhat Improved" Tuesday His physician, Dr. Guy Pinck-
Gutierrtt, Eugene Herring, for a two weeks visit with Mr. night. He was admitted to the ley, however, said York war NOITH CATS SHOmNO CINTU
and Mrs. Walter Pearson are hospital last weekend suffering' "not doing well."
ConvenienceGUIDE Clarence
I E. Hobeck, Leon H.
their son and daughter,
Hughes, Mrs Oliver Middle.ton .
Mr. and Mra. Elmer Pearson.
Master Michael MOble),
TO Miss Cheryl Mobley, Ben Visiting during the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clark

Salzman,Auburndale Charles B. Spacek. and Harold family Bushey were of Mr.Inwood.and Mrs. @ NOW At Your Friendly $

SBM3E8K Johnny H. Baxley, Miss Sunday visitors in St. Petersburg .
BUSINESS Debra Narrsmore, Howard L.
Shutmate. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Neilson were their
Haines City nephew and niece, Mr. and
Miss Paula Cook, Harley S. Mrs. Harry Neilson and
Smith. Avon Park Mra. Sally Cromwell of Win Lake Region Bank of* Commerce :
ter Haven, and her son, Paul
HAVEN Master Jeffery Griffette. Cromwell, who is down from
Lake Hamilton New Jersey, visited recentlywith
George Justice. the former's brother and
Eagle Lake sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
miiiiiimmiiiitttttttWINER Mrs. Rhoda Mills. Carl Lowrey.



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