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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: January 6, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
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COUPLE DIE IN CRASH-Mr, and Mrs A. H. Holitedt of Dundeewere

fatally Injured Saturday afternoon In a broadside collision at the Intersectionof
I Hwy. 27 and State Road 54%. The couple's car had seat belts but they were not

fattened, the Highway p.trolseid. The occupants of the ether car, who were using Pontiff Pleads

seat belts, were not seriously hurt.
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To Retire As From Crash InjuriesA Alfred Peace, UnityROME


(UPH)-A weary Pope
Residence Is
Dundee couple, A. H. Hostedt and Mrs.. Holstedt were rushedto Paul VI returned triumphantlyto
Polk RegistrarHugh 77, and his wife Louise, Winter Haven Hospital where the Eternal City today froman
78, died Saturday night it Winter they died about five hours lat unprecedented pilgrimage of
Haven Hospital of injurle er. I BlazeA prayer to the Holy Land wherehe
Swept
Carlton, for 31 years suffered in a two-car crash at Harsey said both vehicles By appealed for Christian unity
supervisor of registration for the Intersection of Hwy. Z7 and were total losses. He also listed and issued pleas to 224 world
Polk County, today announcedhis I State Rd. 542, seven miles east on his report that the Myers $40,000 Lake Alfred borne leaders to devote themselves
retirement effective Jan. 15. I of Winter Haven. couple were wearing seat beltsat wii almost destroyed the cause of peace.
completely
Carlton assumed duties as Riding in the second ear was the time, probably saving by fire early this. after The 66.year.old pontiff w a I
supervisor of registration on I Elmer Ray Myers, 65, driver, them from serious injury The noon. greeted by a 21.gun salute, the
Jan. 33, 1933, and has remainedIn and his wife, Elma, both of Holstedt couple were sitting un Fire Chief Allen Lewis laid pealing of hundreds of church
office continuously: since that Nevada, Ohio. Neither was seriously their seat bells.Ilarney I that the fire In the home owned bells and the cheers of waiting
time. injured, the Florida made no charges, the I by Mr. and Mrs Thomas E. thousands when his chartered
In the 1960 election, Carlton Highway Patrol said. report noting that Hwy 27 I.a if Evans at 820 Park Lane Alitalia DCI jet airliner landedat
polled 31,569 votes out of a total .I Trooper Ken Harsey, who Investigated through highway.Tavern alerted by a blow torch. was CUmpino, Rome's military
of 56,399 cast: the highest reported the Myer
Lewis said that painters airport after a flight from
vote ever given a Polk County I car was traveling south on
burning off old Amman. Jordan.
were paint on
candidate The number of votes Holstedt car
and the
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Hwy OwnersTo the walls of the home in pre- 1 t t1rl A majestic torchlight reception .
for him 50 short St.teRd.
cast was only was proceeding west on ,
for The awaited the his
paration repainting. 1'z Pope on
of the highest number ever 542. The Myers automobile
heat from the torch set the wallon drive through the streets of ancient
cart In Polk County for a president struck the Holstedt vehicle
fire and it spread to other Rome to Vatican
City
of the United States broadside and Holstedt and his
sections of the home. where thousands
Hear Fate more were on
In submitting his resignation wife were thrown out. / /
today Carlton said, "It .s The accident happened shortly The blaze bad a good start hand to greet "II\ Papa."
by the time the Lake Alfred Visibly tired after three stress
with mixed emotions I am today after 4 p.m Saturday. Mr.
announcing my retirement us I Fire Department arrived Lake filled days during which he was
supervisor of registration for Tuesday Night Alfred firement fought to get besieged!: by cheering throngs of
Polk County effective Jan. 15. Burglars Break the blaze under control and Moslems, Christians and Jews,
My resignation is now in the prevent it from spreading to ir the pontiff climaxed his trip
I hands of Governor Farris Into Two Shops By THURSTON WILLIS adjacent property. today with a second historical
I I Bryant Staff Writer Winter Haven firemen responded _?rte summit meeting with Patriarch

"After 11 yean serving the The Gilmore Pontiac body The Restaurant and Tavern to the call for aid and Athcnagorss (4 the Eastern Orthodox
people of Polk County in this shop, 260 Sixth Sl NW and Owners Association will make assisted in putting the fire Church
.!office, I know that: I will miss Hams Industries, 2299 Fifth St another bid tomorrow night to Furniture and personal out'1'| FIRE SWEEPS LAKE ALFRED HOME-Flamti roared though the home of Mr The bearded 77.year-old
I the work, and the people with NW, were broken into last get a grand jury investigationInto sessions were destroyed and Mrs. Thomas E. Evans, 120 Park Lane, Lake Alfred, c / this afternoon. The AthenaKoraa I of Constantinopleand
(whom I have been associated night, the Winter Haven Police I the issuance of liquor per. badly damaged by smoke and Lake Alfred Fire Department summoned aid from Winter Haven II the blare got out Pope Pant, 66.year.old headof
i for half my life j Department reported tod.,. units in Polk County when it water of control and swept through the interior the world's more than half.
"However, the time has come It has not been determined meets at 7.30: at the PlantationInn ------- billion Roman Catholics embraced
when I realize that I must alow what was taken from Gilmore's, in Lake Wales each other warmly and
,"'Tdown. for the sake of my health but approximately $200 worth Tomorrow night could well! be 63 Rain Total Adult School exchanged firm pledges to seek
and my family. I am leaving of tools were reported missing the: death knell of the organize- Florida to heal the schism that has split
office with the knowledge that st Mains'. ion that started out with high NewspapersTo their churches for more than
it is well organized and Is In I Investigation is continuing in I topes of proving that irregu- 39 InchesLocal nine centuries
(Contnlued on Page 6, Col 5)1) both cases anties had occurred in the issuing Only Classes SlatedThe The meeting between the
of the licenses. It all de- Pope and the patriarch was the
ponds on what Frank Wolfe rainfall during 1963, totaling Meet Here In MarchThe First such enrounter between the

Parish Hall Named ells them. 39.75 Inches, came within Winter Haven Adult Eastern and Western church
Frank Wolfe, association attorney three inches of matching leaders In 500 years
I has said he would be 1961 and 1962 but was 32.10 Florida Press Association semi weekly newspapers in School will open Its second I Pope Paul, the first pontiff In
present and give the members inches shy of 1960's total of 71.. will hold Its 1964 Spring Florida semester on Jan. 27, and will nearly 2,000 years of Christianty -
of the group a rundown on his 85 inches. Convention in Winter Haven Local arrangements for en begin reglaterstion tonight st to visit the land where

For Father AndersonSt. five week investigation I Precipitation records are kept March 6, 7 and .. tertainlng the association are 7, Lee W, Lsngston, principal, Christ lived preached and diedon
The Cocoa. Beach attorneywas by the Winter Haven Fire Department The advance of the usual being handled by Larry Burr, announced today.Registration the cross, was seen off from
retained by the associationo at the downtown station May meeting date to March publlaher-edltor of the Winter Amman airport by Jordan'
Joseph's Pariah Hall, recently I Good Shepherd were Dick represent them in an effortto and are measured daily. wan done to coincide with the Haven Herald, a director will be held each King Hussein after throngs of
remodeled after its Pope Sr. and City Commissioner get into a grand jury investigation Last year there were two Florida Citrus Exposition. The large of the state body, and Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Jordanians gave the pontiff I

abandonment as the church Turnbull. in the issuance alleged of irregularities the licenses months when rainfall was less new date also enables Press W, E, Rynerson, Daily News 'I evening In room 20 at the (Continued en Page (, Col. 4)
the St. Joseph's "For ," said than one inch. April total was Chief publisher.The Senior School until Jan.
site when new I seven ;years The organization has charged Association membership to at- High
built, has been renamed Pope, "we have had Father .15 Inches and no rainfall was will\ (I .
Church wan that influence was used by tend the Annual Press Preview newspapermen regIster 22, on which date a final I general
Father Anderson. Hall Anderson with us. He has performed reported during October. Thehighest dinner st the Haven Hotel from
extravaganza, formerly
some of the successful applicants. registration will be held Kiwanis Slates
by parishioners it was an- in that short length of The group has also amount of rainfall reported known as the Press Breakfast.E. 2 to 5 p.m, on Friday, Mann (. I
I
nounced yesterday at a recep- I time what I think is a modernmiracle. barged the beverage depart during 1963 was in E, McCarthy of the Or. The first event on the program in the Senior High School cafe-
the A wonderful November when (.58 inches ] torium beginning at 7 p.m.
for the school
tion given pastor I ment issued licenses to vacant lands Cupboard Is president and will be a tour of Cypress Gardens
Rev. Charles C. Anderson, magnificent church have come corner lots, to addresses* that poured down.! John Paul Jones of Gainesville, and a special water ski : The Issues are open to anyone InstallationKelly
Winter Haven into Winter Haven and Rainfall for 1961 was 4293 who has been out of regular
it
who is leaving must did not meet the health depart I secretary-manager, representing show, followed by a cocktail
be with deal inches and for 1962 the total school at least one semester
of
for Orlando. a great pride ment requirements, to persons more than 140 weekly and (Continued on Page II, Col 3))
difference of only
was t3.17. a and is at least 18 of
The reception was held In the that he can look back on these years age.
outside the ando The traditional of the
residing passing
advancements. his county .24 inches for these two years. The adult school will offer
hall Although
newly-renamed parish asa
farewell to the pastor of St.Joseph's lost, when he has played such The persons fronting for others. I, Rainfall fur the first six i 1---- regular high school courses president's pin down a row of
beverage department,
for the an important part in our own months in 1963 was 16.33 inches leading to an adult diploma. past presidents, signifying con-
past seven
;years community, seems hard for us County lacCalla Prosecutor and State's Gordon Attorney and the last six months reachedthe Arsonist Sets Million Dollar Such enrichment courses as art, tinuity of the office, will highlight -
the annual installation
23.42 inch mark. conversational French and .
to bear he will conversational
Among those voicing the regret carry with him
Glen Duty have said there !
was of Kiwanis Club officersat
account of new
A month.to-mont.l will be offered
the Spanish
of
our appreciationand
of the parish and community I memory
truth to the accusations. All
and at the same time congratulating lasting friendship. no rainfall for 1963, In inches, fol.( on a noncredit schedule the Haven Hotel tomorrow
three have conducted exhaustive -
Fire In New York Hotel AstorMoments night.
him on the appointment I "What a wonderful inner feeling investigations in an effort lows: The classes are all scheduled
at Orlando, where he will Father Anderson must January 1.70 I for one semester with a The pin Is presented by the
(Continued on Page t, Col. 3) master of ceremonies to the
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February registration fee of $2 being
be pastor of the Church of the Contained .
( on Page (, Col 5)) .
.,... March 1.92 NEW YORK (UPI) An arsonist after the fire erupted charged for each! subject In earliest president present. It is
.
rp w r 91# a++ April 015 set fire to the Grand just alter midnight, a hole which I student Is enrolled. The then passed to each past president -
IIIY May 359 Ballroom of the Hotel Astor In I employe chased s young man students must also purchase in turn and the out going
June 2OT their own textbooks. The classes president pins it on the new
the heart of Times Square early with a creweut and trenchcoatfrom
July 554 are held Mondays through president.
August 3.92 today The fire was controlled the ballroom Into the Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. I James W, Gray, Jr., will be
September 5:05: quickly without Injury. street but he escaped. Police The courses being offered for Installed in this office.
October None The blaze, which caused damage later questioned a msn fitting second semester, which concludes Other new officers are Claude
November 65S estimated at (1 million by that description but he was released May 28 are: English I, Ridley, first vice president, end
December 2.23 hotel officials, was "definitely i before dawn. II, Ill, and IV, typing, Amerl- Glenn Hicks, second vice pres-

set," said fire commissioner Firemen answering three (Continued on Page a, Col. 1)) (Continued on Page (, Col. 7))
Total 39.75 Edward Thompson. alarms contained the smoky ------
fire within an hour but the
combined effects of fire, smoke I

Citrus Queen To Be Florida 2,500..t and water ballroom.heavily damaged Thompson the 'Delighted' To Debate

said its sprinkler system sad


Y Hostess At '64 World's FairThe prevented fireproof spreading construction Into the other flames parts probably from of 'Other Candidates, He Says- I


t the hotel. I TALLAHASSEE (UPl-State advocating this procedure and I
1964 Florida Citrus Queen selection she will make Two telephone operators, I
personal Rep Fred Karl of Daytona Intend to keep pressing the other
Li will be the state's official hostess appearance tours, when (Continued on Page 6, Col.) Beach said today he has arranged I'I candidates for agreement to per.
I Iv at the New York Worlds required throughout the United for a meeting In Orlando I mit the public to see each of us
r Fair next summer, It was announced States and possibly abroad ''
t r as 'an 13 to discuss joint debates'on same platform under the
S today by Bill Carter the "theme girl" of Florida's Fruit Shipments by Democratic candidates for same conditions discussing the
chairman: of the Queen contest Important citrus industry, for governor. I same subjects," Karl said, adding
Li A to be held during the Soils annual which she will receive an established Daily csrloadmgs (in boxes) Karl said he has asked the he is pleased that Mathews
Florida Citrus Exposition fee and travel expenMS. From the Fruit end Vegetable Florida Association of Broadcasters has joined In the movement.
In Winter Haven March 7 to Along with I
I large Inspection Division: to have a representative lie asked each announced can-
14 bronze queen's trophy, she will By rail, 17,51 grapefruit, I,. .t the meeting at the Cherry date and two prospective candidates -
r ,k The Citrus Queen will be given receive many other valuable 877 oranges, 10,497 tangerines, Plaza Hotel and the FAB Indl- to be present or send a
__ the opportunity to work at prizes, including a wrist watch, S3M temples; by boat 529 ated it would send one. representative to the Jan 13
the Florida Exhibit for the entire swim suit, luggage! jewelry, and grapefruit 71S oranges: by Karl acted after Sen. John meeting
six months the World's I cosmetics at the Coronation to truck, M.143 grapefruit, 50,202 Mathews Jr, Jacksonville sent Mathews sent his invitationfor
Fair Is open in G4-AprU to be held during the Exposition oranges, 25,MJ tangerines, 14- Identical letters to fellow candidates debates to the same candidates
October. I Plans are now underway to 995 temples, total 117.JM grapefruit including Karl Sunday including Karl, Haydon
She will receive I salary, of condhct this yesr'i Citrus Queen $7,794 oranges, 39,159 tangerines challenging them to debate the Burns of Jacksonville and
$100 a week, will get a special contest on a pattern similarto 23,343 temples for I issues together around the state Robert King High/ Miami.An .
SAY FAREWELL TO PASTOR-TJ. $300 World's Fair wardrobe, and the annual selection of the shipping total of 239.858 boxes. Karl recalled he had made a unannounced candidate for
Rev Charles Anderson, pastor of St. Joseph's will also be provided with free Orange Bowl Queen In Miami. Cannery, receipts, 76,403 grape similar proposal on Dee. IS be- governor, State Sen. Scott Kellyof
Church, w.. given a farewell reception yesterday at the parish hall, which hat been transportation by air from FlorIda Invitations are being sent this fruit 583.198 oranges, :34,179 tan. fore the other candidates had Lakeland, laid he had not
named In his honor. Parishioners wishing him well in hit new pastorate at Orlando are, to New York Carter said week to Jaycees, Chambers of erlnes[ for a cannery total I of formally announced received any word from Karl on

from left; kits Robert Huff, Joseph Hoflmtyer, Mri. Hollmeyer and Mrs. Mitt Moran. j During the year following her (Continued oo Page (, CoL 2) 433,771: boxes, i I "For months I have been (Continued On Face I CoL 2)


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Medical Course Bicycle Tags Area DeathsMRS. ekl Dunson Grove Fire, Building Local Woman'sSister .

Must Be BoughtPolice Reports Issued
FLORENCE HAWLEYMrs. I

For Public Is Lake Alfred Chief reminded Allen Lewis of burn Hawley. Florence K Kathryn, of Mirantha Wash- Truck StolenA Al Lake Alfred Killed

parents Heights, Lake Alfred, died Sat- This Lake Alfred Police Department -
that bicycles require license urday at her residence after a and Building Depart
tags, which may be obtainedat lengthy illness.A truck was stolen from ment have announced their reports Mn. Ann L. Sfatroa. tt, 14
Now AvailableA native of Tldonte Fla., she Dunson Grove Service sometime 10240 Tarpon Drive, St. Peter
December
city hall as a cost of 50 cents for the month of -
each. moved to Lake Alfred in No- Saturday night the Winter 1963. burg, wn killed in Brtdentoi

vember, 18S2, from Bradford, Haven Police Department The police department reports Saturday while riding
a motol'ocycl.
training program In med- I Lewis also warned that minorsare reported today
ical self.help Pa.She that its cars drove a total of 2,- with her husband :
developed by The truck is described as being
prohibited from shootingany is survived by her hus I 112 miles during the month and
Civil Defense is available to half She was a sister of )frs.
I a 1961 International 5,
type gun within the city band C. S. Hawley of Lake police made II arrests. It also
group. in Polk County and the ton pick-up and is solid red la DUlard of Winter
: C.
limits, or outside the limits unless Alfred; two sisters, Mri. Emma reported 2,453 security checks Haven
Red Cron nil
the lessons, It has agreed announced to give accompanied by an adult. Pratt and Mri. Olga Williams, I color. "Dunson" Grove Service were made and 185 oral and U According to the Florida
Parents will be held responsible, both of St. Petersburg; and a Winter Haven, Is printed in written warnings were given. Highway Patrol, the motorcycle
today by Wes GUM ,
county be tald. Frederick of red and white letters on both
brother Yeager
Assistance was granted In 99
Civil Defense director doors. driven by James Read Sharon,
I St. Petersburg. I and four accidents were
The course requires 16 hoursof Funeral services will be beldtomorrow George Thornhill. who reported cases collided with a car driven by
investigated.The
classes and ii designed to i the theft advised no tag Fred Erbst
Frank of
afternoon 2 at used Brtden.
<< auxiliary force was
provide basic Information and License Plate that I will be showing, as the regular -
Marantha Heights Rev. ton the latter entered
training to the for a total of 36 hours, the report ai Hwy.
publicfor been
prepare David E. Bletzel, pastor of the plate had previously said.
national disasters or other lost. But a lost tag permit 1. 41.
Alfred Presbyterian
accident when services of a Lake Burial will glued in the rear windshield The building department announced Sharon was treated for cuts
Church officiating.: and
commercial
physician are not available.A Sales Normal follow la Oak Grove Cemetery. I of the truck, Thornhill noted 10 miscellaneous one permits, to and bruliei at Manatee Memorial .
national goal has been set Deputy Roseoe Thornhill, of
Friends may call at the Issued this Hospital and released
taIling $23,945, were
to
train
at least one memberof I the Polk County Sheriffs office
Mitchell Funeral horn tonight total ii down almost $5,000 from Erbst was charged with
Sale of mm-
each family in the United 1964 license plates b) reports teeing a vehicle answering
States. 'Winter Haven for the first two I from 7 to 9. I the description around permits issued in December of daughter, leaving the arena of

The course consists of the I days, since the tags went on MRS. OWE C. LANCASTER Z I.m. Sunday, on the Bartow 1962. an accident and violating the

following subjects: Radioactive sale, last Friday, is about the il Mrs. Ollie C. Lancaster, Air Base grounds with a youth. right of way,

Fallout and Shelter; Healthful same as last year, Frank Til i of Route 1, Winter Haven, TI'I about 16, drlvln,. But according Mri. Sharon was a native of
Living in Emergencies; Artificial Us, of the Legion Tag Agency K53D. died Saturday I to the report. Deputy CAP Slates
Respiration; Bleeding and i reported today.' at the Winter Haven Hospital Thornhill did not know the Thomaiville, Ga, and had

Bandaging; Fractures and Tillis said 1,927 tags were following a sudden illness.A ;H- truck was stolen at the time. i lived in St. Petersburg time

splinting; Transportation of the sold Thursday and Friday Clf native of Bartow, she had ; Description of the truck has 1921.

Injured; Burns; Shock; Nuri- last week. He added more of the been a resident of Polk County been sent to other local and Meeting HereThe Surviving besides her bus-
lag Cart of Sick and same is expected for the firs
Injured; state law
Infant and Child Care, and days of this week, with sales all her life. busband KILL RATTLESNAKE John, left, and Jim Cochran, band and Mri. Dullard are a

Emergency Childbirth. tapering off at the end of the She is survived Lancaster by her of Win- above, shot a four and a half foot rtHUinakt Saturday: 'Shedule; I first meeting of 19M of ion, Franklin R. of St. Petersburg -

Goon stated that any person week. lib WU In the louthtait section of Winter Haven after Mn. the Winter Haven Composite i ; a brother, Henry Letter
three ,
ter Haven sons
business civic Tills Doted that ; Kenneth discovered Heavy Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol
organization eirownert liana Smith of Winter Haven, Gumming It and called the two of St Petersburg; and another
organization or other group of who buy their tags early don' Clyde Smith of Sebring, Clifford youths, who are toni of Mr. and Mm.. Wayne Cochran of will be held tonight at 7:30. sister, Mri. John C. PohiU of
persons desiring to take the have to wait In line, at to far 412 Hillcr.it Drive, SE.Activities. I at the Teen Club of Winter Haven I' Clearwater.
Smith of Las Vegas, Nev.:
course may do so by contact. there haan't had a lint this year Edgar Lancaster of Faces located near the Civic i' Funeral service will be at the
big the Polk County Health De Deadline for the new plates a step-son.- CongressWASHINGTON Center. Palms Memorial Funeral Home,
Cave City, Ky.; three daughters The of this meeting
partment. It it free and all ii mid-night Feb. 20. purpose ,I St. Petersburg Tuesday at Z
persons completing it receivea Mrs. Agnes Dougherty of Of InterestTo will be to present the new educational -I

medical self-help manual and Golden Rod, Fla, Mn. Vera (UPI) Congresi and training program

a Certificate of Merit. Peeples of Nashville, Tenn., returns Tuesday to tackle ai well ai the purpose and ob-
StockholdersMeet and Mrs. Clara Boylngton of jectlvt of tht Civil Air Patrol
The Red Croi has agreed to p.m.Workshop
teach those lessons of the Medical Miami; IT grandchildren; and Haven Tourist ClubThe such hot issues ts tn $11 billion The Winter Haven squadron Set

Self-Help Training Program 32 greatgrandchildren.Friends tax cut, civil rights aDd medical under the command of Second

which go beyond the may call Tuesday cart for the aged plus some Lt. Alvin G. Cash, U conducing -

Standard First Aid Course. This Jan. 15The and Wednesday nights from \Ito Winter Haven Tourist Brown, Miry Dteger, George new proposals by President an extensive recruiting
will require an additional six I at the Mitchell Funeral Club will hold an entertainment Rodell and Mri. George Tuck Johnson. campaign for female cadets By Local LWVThe
hours of instruction. Persona Home. program tomorrow night er. Hosts were Laura Richard and any girls between 13 and
completing this course will receive first meeting of the Funeral services are Incomplete at 7:30: with Mr. and Mrs and Nettle Porter. Senate Democratic Leader 17 years of age who art interested .
the Red Cross Standard shareholder of the American and will be announcedlater Ralph P. Thompson supervising. Members arriving from the Mike Mansfield Mont, tsld in the activities of the

First Aid Certificates and the National Bank in Cypress Gar- by Mitchell Funeral Home. The Thompson's have appeared North were: Mr. aDd Mrs Ivsh Sunday he expected Johnson to Civil Air Patrol are urged to League of Women Voters
dent has been called for We&neiday before the Club ..veral Hendrie attend this with their of Florida will hold an appor-
Farwell meeting
Medical Self-Help Certificate. Mich.; Mr.
of
Individuals trained in medical I Jan. 15, at 7:30: p.m. I MRS. LOLA: CRAWFORD times in previous seasons, and and Mrs. Floyd R. Holt Crop- include "pockets poverty"tnd parenti. day at the Cherry Plaza Hotel
The meeting will be held at Crawford 75 of foreign policy legislation tionment workshoa on Tuei.
self-help will have a much Mri. Lola have always been well re ley, 111.; Mri. Charley Roe, -
capability to survive a the offices of the American National Dundee, died Saturday nightat ceived. They have traveled Honesdale Pa. and Clifford L.Indohl among other recommendationsto in Orlando.
greater
Bank. Fifth St and Central a Bartow Hospital followinga widely with visits to At another step b> its long
nuclear attack, Gunn pointed repeated Minneapolis, Minn. the second session of the Uth Cattle Market
out. A person who knows whatto Ave., East short illness. European treat. They have the Members on the tick list: Congrest. struggle for constitutional r*
do when faced with disaster The purpose of the meeting Mri. Crawford wit a native know-how to select sad photograph I Roy Brown has been released vision and equitable apportion
it for the election of directors I Mansfield Indicated in a television ment in the Florida leglila-
and movedto
will act rationally and effectively. of Lake Butler, Fla., unusually attractive from the Lakeland General
One who>> it untrained and other business Dundee in 1938, where the places and scenes, and to present Hospital and is home. Joe Peck Interview that the Senate Sales ReportA ture, League members from all

and fearful will react blindlyand had been making her home them to tn audience ina was also released from the probably would take up the parts of Florida will meet U

ineffectively, he stated. with her son She was a memo most Interesting manner. Winter Haven Hospital House-passed tax bill first, with reach a consensus on the ip-
"Similarly, a community's Barlow Slates ber of the Dundee Baptist Areas which they will cover in Visitors here for the holiday total of 4,491 cattle and portlonment amendment which
capability to survive and recover Church. this showing will Include Amsterdam were: Mr. and Mn. Emmett passage expected mid-March. It calves, 2,753 hogs and pigs and will be on the November 19M

from t nuclear disasterIs Angus Bull SaleThe I Survivors Include a daughter and other portions of from Neva, Vis., guests of would be followed by civil 1 bone were told at 16 Florida ballot This amendment would

related to its pre-tmergency Mri. Letla Brown, Lake But Holland Germany and the Amid Keidel; Mr. and Mrs. rights legislation and a medicare livestock markets during the incorporate: into the state coat

preparedness," he went on. nit of 65 registered ler; one son, George W Craw. Rhine country, Innabroo, Vienna Martin from Detroit. Mich, bilL past week, according to W. O ititutlon the temporary plan

"Medical self-help training for Angus bulls in the Florida Angus ford, Dundee; a sister, Mrs Lichtensteln the Chateau guests of Mri. Sellinger; Donald The Senate leader said he Whittle, chief of Florida State of apportionment which obtained
Association's Annual Bull of France Paris and Farmers' Markets. in the 1963 legislature ,
each individual is an Important G. H. Pearce, Winter Haven: area Howard and children,
part of community pre Sale is scheduled for the livestock two brothers, L. W. Williams,, parts of Belgium. Members Dave, Dan and Debbie from knew of no compromises being Gross receipts totaling $285- In addition members wffl

paredness." pavilion at Bartow on Lake City, and 0. V. Williams, guests, and friends of the Club Edmaston N.Y., guests of Miss considered by the administration 73.36 were reported by II consider a number of plant fee

Friday, according to Charles Lula, Fa.; 10 grandchildren, are invited. Emily Howard; Mrs. Stella to get a civil rights bill markets reapportionment Including a
Moore, Lutz, chairman of the I and 16 great-grandchildren. Tonight at 5 the Club will Dodge and Mrs. Sernict .Lock- Sales reported for the weekending Leagues in the state have beea
Explorers Hold sale committee. Funeral services will be held hold its monthly covered dish wood of Winston-Salem, N.C., He anticipated aa attempt to Dee. 20 at 16 markets working on. Dr. William C

Scott Wilson of Macon, Ga., at 2 Tuesday at the Baptist dinner at the Civic Center. The guests of Mr. and Mrs. George break a filibuster after two or Included 6,404 cattle sod calves, Havard it serving at grates

Square DanceA will auctioneer the sale, which Church p.m. in Lake Butler. bests and hostesses will be Palmer; Mr. and Mrs. Charles three weeks of debate and another s.o62 hogs and pigs, 39 ponies, sional consultant Now profei

will start at 1 p.m. Burial will follow In Olustee members from the New England H. Roe Honesdale Pa., guests try a week or two later 4 goats, horse, and 1 sheep soc and chairman of the B.
square dance was held A "get acquainted" dutch States. Coffee sugar and of Mr. and Mri. Arthur Kars if the first failed. Individual market summaries partment of Government at
Lake Butler.Crl.p .
Saturday night at the Girl treat supper hit been planned Cemetery Funeral Home It In cream will be furnished. Everyone lake; Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmore Mansfield alto warned his follow: Louisiana S t at. University,

Scout House by members of for T.30: p.m. on Thursday at it to bring their own table of Aurora, 111, guests of colleagues that they might haveto Belle Glade, 346 cattle and Baton Rouge, Dr. Havard wa
Explorer Post 121 along with I i Farmer Jones' Red Barn In charge of arrangements.LATHER service and a covered dish. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Wacker- come back after the political alves.Bonifsy. Formerly director of the Public -

Girl Scouts from troops 4 and Bartow. while official silt head. A. IIYLTOV Last Thursday wit a progressive line; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. conventions this summer if they 132 hogs and pigs, } Administration Clearing Sei-

quarters will be Chirtrtnd'i Lather A. Hylton, a resident card party with 15 tables Eisiminger of Harrisburg. Pa., don't move filter than last year cattle and calves.Gainesville vice of the University of Florida
37.Calling the dances were John Motel. of Winter Haven most of his of bridge seven tables of pin- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles or change Senate rules and pro 983 cattle and and has written a numberof

MacCill and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Florida sale consignors Include life, died in Tampa Saturday ochle, one table of Euchre, Shore. Mrs. Eisiminger is the cedures. calves, 421 hogs and pigs. books and pamphlets on

tauter. Mri. James Han. W W. Teague and Mar An employe of the Winter and two tables of canasta. sister of Mrs. Shore, Mrs. DeBunn House and Senate leaders are Hill Crest, 46 cattle and reapportion ment, including 1
There 38 awarded and Mrs. Johnston all of calve.. case study of Florida, "Rep-
kiss and Oakley Andrews attended Ton Angus Ranch, both of Winter Haven Planing Mills for 20 were prizes pondering hopefully how to get
at tdviiori. Haven. years Hylton left Winter Ha. and there were 104 members Winter Haven; Mr. and Mrs. more work out of Congress in Interstate, 55S cattle and reientatlve Government andapportionment.
and guests present. Hosts and Robert Flegsl, daughter Ann, ulv... ." .
six
Explorers tttendlng were yen In 1940 to work in Tampa months than it was able to'
Marvin Burdette. Tom White- and moved back here in hostesses were: Mr. and Mrs. and son, Alan, of Hamilton, turn out In the 12 months of the Jay State, 56 cattle and calvs Mrs James L. Yount, president -

sides, Johnny WWteiidei, Talbot Lawyer Seeks .960.. While in Tampa he was an George Stewart and Mr. and Ohio, guests of Mr. and Mrs. last session. One casualty 272 hogs and pigs. of the local League, will
Lauter Latlne Dodson, Jer. Urt. Fred Lundberg.Last Emmett Nethen.Hospital. be the traditional Kissimmee, 106 cattle and attend Tuesday's meeting, also,
officer and director of the Ed- may long
Friday afternoon<< alves. Mrs. S. V. Haigler and Mrs.
Court
ry Hubble, Ken Bush and John ReviewOCALA wirrli Sixh and floor fVimnanv weekends away from the Capi
t here w.a shuffleboard Lakeland, Mo cattle and R. B. Wolter of Winter Haven;
O'Neal.
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the (UPI) Ernest Jackson for a number of 1ar.--bf party with 21 court t in News tol.The alves. and Mn. R. J. Crichlow, Mrs.
Attending from girl scout be retired. civil rights bill aimed at '
lawyer for three freedom i play. Prizes were awardedto Live Oak, 134 cattle and Alan Gessncr and Mrs. C. LEisenhart ;
troops were Lynn Henderson barring racial discrimination In
A native of Va he
Hylton. Florence Xtllentine John ADMISSIONS: calves, 119 of Lakeland.
riders arrested here said Sunday SUNDAY'S hogs and pigs.
Nancy Keith, Sally Hoenshell schools, jobs voting and of
was a member of Hylton Lodge use I
Jallentlne, Clara Chambers, Monticello, 19 cattle and cilvs
he would Ilk the U.S. Supreme Winter Haven -
Elizabeth Struthert, and Susan public accommodations
FfcAM No. 1S3 of Willis, Va. I must I
Glene Cole, Lawrence Dibble, s, 555 hogs and
pigs.
Burtchin. Court to review the 1961 Mrs. Samuel B. Siler Jr., get through both House and TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT TO
He is survived by four sons, .
Ed Clarence Ocala
Alma Elliott Hanson, 366 cattle and calves,
unlawful Gilbert
convictionsof
assembly Robert Hylton of Winter Ha. Horn, Dalton Lamore, Floyd J. Norman Senate to become Jaw. 504 hogs and pigs. GO OUT TO A MOVIEI!
his clients.Jackson Master Jeffery
Yen, Harry W. Hylton of Jacksonville Downing, The medicare proposal also
Eledric Power Fred' Lundberg Nelle Myeri, Okeechobee 399 cattle and
said he will ask the Mri. R. 0.
Scott Taylor needs i-
Myron Hylton and Ruby Mann Florence Nelson approval by both Houses lives, 1 horse Don't leit f.t i+h In liuiMnrtyi
high court to review the trials Mri. Thomas R.
Gains Richard Hylton, both of Tim- Nettle Porter Joe Paquin, Mae Stephenson, In addition House and Senate Orlando 256 cattle and calves, I there are ttr 110 millien
Output of New York labor leader pa; two daughters, Mrs W aquin, Richard Riedel, Mr. Coffey Mrs. T. R Pickett, managers face the annual appropriations 50 hogs and pigs I people In Amtrfci whe ..>.rpliytd

Herbert E. Callenday, Albany, F. Forsythe, Natural Bridge, Wissick. The play was directedby Mrs Wilbur Jones, Mrs. SteveS. and housekeepingchores Tampa, ill cattle and calves. you an, nut/ triell
JACKSONVILLE (UPI The N.Y. and Minister Leslie
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Lee Field.
Va., and Mrs. W. B. Schuylerof George W. Martin and Am- that bothered them Wauchula, 145 cattle and
State Chamber of Commerce in Smith, both Negroes and New AubuindileMrs.
; Knoxville, Tenn., seven broil Chambers. up to adjournment of the first lives. OPEN 1:45 P.M. DAILY
Its business review said York Prof. James R, O'Conner.I Crane.
weekly Jsmes Lee
session on Dec. 30.
grandchildren; three great The scheduled intermediateschuffleboard Webster, 107 cattle and calves. Continuous from 2 P.M.
Saturday electrical power plants The three were arrested aftera Lake Wales
grandchildren brother E. A. party between
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put out twice as much electricity brief fight with three white I Club Alan C. Stewart. Inept SUN. end SAT.
Tourist
Winter Haven
Hylton of Floyd Va. two sis the
in the first half of 1963 is men in the Ocalt bus station ; the Winter Haves Shuffleboard Barlow I ComhiiKM from 1 P.M.
tell, Mri. Walker Smith FloydVa. and
they did for all of 1951. after they stepped off the but. I ., and Mri. Dillard Akeri Club wn rained out. Mrs Harvey J. Cumbee. Consolidate Your Bills

of Christlanburg Va. List Monday evening wit a Haines City
Sing-A-Long with Pit Christian Mrs. Henry E. Carroll. Jfl f ifffl

ARE YOU STUCK MRS. FANNIE KARSLAKE leading and Mn. Ruth Dundee You Ju d d
R. Carlson. Be Able To CUT
Charles May
Mrs. Fannie Karslake 96, of Merrill pianist. Later games
IN A DULL LOW-PAYING, NO-FUTURE JOB? 1113 Westwood Ave., Columbus, were played with 150 member KlislmmeeVsssar TODAY thru TUESDAY
Clements.
Ohio, a long-time resident of and guests present. Prizes were YOUR PRESENT OBLIGATIONS
Winter Haven, died Dee. I, according awarded to 38 persons. Amel Davenport
to word received here. Keidel and John Mcintyre were )[ra. Jimmie R. Hughes. -

She went to Columbus about ID charge. ENGAGEMENT'UNCUT'

11III I two years ago to live with her were Wednesday 36 members afternoon and guests there SUNDAY'S Winter DISMISSALS Haven IN HALF or Less ORIGINAL

'niece, Mrs. W. C. Ellis, whoIs
for the afternoon ladies card Robert O. Baker, Miss -
her survivor.She .
only part,. Prizes were awarded to Cheryl Blackburn, Mri. Delia .4' od CtResea
wn a member of the Anna Schellenberger, Edna Chance Mri Edna H. Cole- M,. "M" wn rnrt, M m tlM.OO per *.*.. His IMN I 1)1!

YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY First Presbyterian Church of Donnelly Cora Westphal. Bea. man Mri. Alfred Davis and bleed swyimiitt wr tit re $110.00 pee MMtk.Mr tLWNDERFuL:
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F-The Weather-Local State And National r i Dr. SaundersTo Jackie ReturnsTo ( Junketing Congressmen Circle


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Speak HereDr. Washington Globe At Taxpayers ExpenseWASHINGTON '


(UPIFromthe ) Many lawmakers think It is a
Harvey Saunders, pastor WASHINGTON (UPI)) Mrs, I Taj Mahal to Taiwan, Junketing I good investment which payi I
tf John F. Kennedy and her two
k r of the First Baptist Church of children are back home from congressmen circled the I off when legislation Is taken upon
yti ti' 'e6a Birtow will be the teacher of a globe in 1963 hobnobbing with things they have firsthand
Yr / an !day vacation in Faint seen
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three night study of "The Let. Beach, Fla. the great, the near-great and .
liar to the Ephtsians" of the The former First Lady, the not'so-great! They say Congress can act ,
New' Testament, at the First .t daughter Caroline 6, and ion, Though the lawmakers managed with much more wisdom when I
b I Baptist Church tonight, Tuesday John Jr., S, accompanied by to make the favorite tourist some of iti members have
a e i tr:? .. and Wednesday evenings, beginning Mrs. Kennedy's sister, Princess stops like Hong Kong and checked military bases and aid I
ONAAV 4r"' at 1:00: p.m. The public w Lee Radziwlll l. flew back Sun Hawaii they aim glared at the projects and talked with foreign
is cordially invited.Dr. day, landing at nearby Andrews Berlin wall talked with wounded leaders all walks of lift
: i : t J .. .. r Saunders 1* a native of Air Force Base, Md. American soldiers In South But others like Rep H. R.
r Q fAle f Danville Va, and a gradual They were met by Sen. and Viet Nam and stood "eyeball to Grass, R.Iowa, argue just as
of Guilford College and Southern Mrs. Edward M. (Ted) Kennedyat eyeball"l with Communist strongly that overseas Junkets .
Baptist Seminary from which the airport They then droveto guards outside the U.S. Naval are pretty much a waste of
be earned his bachelor of Divinity DR. J. HARVEY SAUNDERS Arlington National Cemeteryto Base it Guantanamo Ba y, money.
1I 9 r 60flOtuQf and doctor of theology*10---- -- -- make a brief visit to the Cuba. Mast lawmakers wince at the
degrees. He is married to the Church Of God grave of President Kennedy, Some studied Some played word "junket" They prefer to
A.s 'Alt u 1 former Enid Tiller of Richmond I Mrs Kennedy and her familyare Some did both. describe their trips as study
.t., 1 Va. They have three RevivalThe slaying at the Georgetownhome Most of the tab was picked! up missions Inspection tours and
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If. ', ;. children. Begins of Undersecretary of State by the American taxpayer, who Investigations. They resent any
t .1riI1 r.J tN ':. S Dr. Saunders his held pastorates Rifle Range Church of Avercll Harriman, who has will get some Indication of what implication their travel are
s J. .,\ In Greensboro N' .C., God started I revival yesterday moved temporarily to a hotel this all cost within the next 60 anything but official business.
: ,:, '1. J Kenova W. Va. and Barlow Mrt has days
cNw; SNOWSNOW 71 which will run through Kennedy purchased a
<, :r, M ,; where he has served for the Jan. 19, Rev J. G. William, home on the same street, but The congressional remittees
f L J... -. -' --.IJ.. .. ...... .. ..""' : :. ........... past six years. In 1955 be spent pastor of the church an has not moved in. I which authorized the travel Meet ChangedThe
I two months in visiting Baptist nounced. ... I Looking tanned and rested, must submit within that time
Northwest theAppel.chi.nl
Pacific
for the
flurries forecast ,
RAIN-Snow
AND are Mission Fields around the world The special speaker for the Mrs Kennedy smiled at the itemized reports on such spending meeting of the take Alfred
the Great lakes region and at far south at Tennessee end North Caro and the Holy Lend In 1960 he I series will be the Rev C B. group of about 100 persons who The reports will be open Commission, which was
line Cold temperatures will continue in the northeastern part of the nation. Fair and attended the Baptist World Alliance Donahue of Nixon, Tcnn gathered across the street from for public Inspection. announced for tonight, will be
cool is forecast for the Southern Plaint and the Southwest. Rain is predicted for most in Brazil and visited I The church is located at 64? the Harriman home to greet The total Is expected to be held on Monday Jan 13 instead
t of Georgia Alabama, Louisiana and the northern part of.Florida., American Countries S. Rifle Range Road. her, around $500,000 for last year. at 7:30: p.m. in city hall. ,


Florida Zones I I Partly LOCAL cloudy OUTLOOK and mild

r Panhandle through tomorrow with scattered .
a
Mostly cloudy through TUI'I'I, showers tomorrow. High
day. Occasional rain tonight and I today TO to 75, low tonight near t / t 1 111
I! 60 Southeasterly winds 10 to 20 _
early Tuesday. No important
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miles per hour, becoming south
temperature changes. High today I, erly tonight
58 to 64, low tonight in the

50'.. Easterly winds I to II

miles per hour today and tonight TemperaturesBy
becoming northeast to
of Winter Haven 'i
north 10 to 20 miles per hour
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Monday
North lAw High ? '
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Partly cloudy and mild Albuquerque ....... 14 1'1 Q"
through Tuesday Scattered Atlanta ............43 17 : You'll be "
showers tonight and Tuesday. Birmingham .......50 11 glad i MfT
High today 70, low tonight 50'.. Boston .............26 119 : ,
Southeasterly winds 10 to 20 Chicago ,...........36: 47 "
miles per hour, becoming south' Cleveland ...'........ 27 39 .,, "
tr\y\ tonight and shifting to Denver ............15 :38 looked ahead. . f J. ,
northerly Tuesday Detroit ...........55 n you .
Jacksonville ..,.... 49 63 ,
Central Kansas City........ 31 50 '"
I partly cloudy l and mild Los Angeles ......... 51 11 .. WHEN YOU SHARE BIG EARNINGS ;;
t through Tuesday with scattered Miami ..... ...... 68 '73
,.showers Tuesday. High today Miami Beach ....... 71 12 PAID TO OUR SAVERS LAST YEAR
$973,000
i 70 to 75, low tonight near Twin Cities ......... 17 28 ,'
i 60v! Southeasterly wind. 10 to 20 New Orleans .... .... 51 fi9
I mues per hour, becoming south- New York .......... 37 4. I
irly tonight Orlando ............52 13 IT'S A NEW YEAR so naturally there's a family celebration. '
t *' South Philadelphia .......23 48 I
i I' Partly cloudy and mild Phoenix ............30 11 Even so, this family-and thousands like It-have a special '

trough Tuesday with scattered Raleigh ............31 57 reason to celebrate. / ,
I ihrjwers Tuesday afternoon. St. Louil ........ .... 36 11 ,
had been
ended of Plans .
The accomplishment. :
Just was one
r 'High today 74 to 78, low toBight San Francisco ...... 48 66 year t
i BJ'a. Southeasterly winds Seattle ............ 37 45 I made, goals established, a savings program started to make them .
10 to 20 mile per hour, become Tampa ............56 19! succeed. Mom's proud because they kept at it-saved something t(, teach
. '(tit lontherly Tuesday, Washington ........30 14 8
month according to plan Dad's more than a little pleased with e. r

Partly* cloudy Key through Tues4afr Two Skeletons himself, too. He picked out the place to save-where high earnings, ,' -

with scattered showers safety and convenience make saving a pleasure.

Tuesday.' High today 75. low Are IdentifiedBELLE On December 31st more earnings were credited to their account,
tortgM 65 to 70. East and south
east winds 10 to 20 miles per GLADE (UPI-Part) giving them the nestegg they planned for, plus substantial profit.

boar, becoming southerly Tuesda of two skeletons found la a ear Now it's a new year-time to look ahead and start anew
,. pulled from a canal near here
Sunday were tentatively Identi. savings program.
FIve Day Forecastfive fied as i Miami couple who left Sound like a good approach to financial progress? Then why
for Providence, R.I., in 1958.
day forecast for not give it a try? Make some plans. establish some goals .
peninsular Miami police said the tag ,
Florida for period beginning number of the 1949 car pulled then follow through with a sound and profitable savings program.

7pm. tonight and endingT from the 40-foot deep anal Next year ;you'll be glad you looked ahead, tool
.m, Saturday: !
p showed It to be owned by Irving
Temperatures will average and Elizabeth Silver flf Miami
Bear normal. Normal minimum Relatives of the couple said
40's extreme north to 60's Keys. they left for Providence on July
Normal maximum 60'a extreme 16, 1958 They never arrived
north and 70's elsewhere, A half there and were listed as missing
Inch to an inch rain most sections persons ever since Police guesi ,
in showers Tuesday and the car ran off the road and
again about Friday. into the canal


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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -Today's- I NEW YEAR RESOLUTION I Letters To The Editor .

W. I. RYNIKSON. Us.e; .PubliiAw

JOHN W. KYNIRSON. Aulrt.nt f* tV. r.kI.U! Dear Editor: staffed package store eon

P. h.h.4 'lily; I....** J.Urd.y by the Wl.t.f H... CommentaryBy I There U one question. connected the dispense whole enough county alcohol to itt-

Publishh l c., I.*, lit Ird Strati N.W. Wlnr.r H...., Fltttfa with the much pubU-
cited liquor license built that Art the citizens of florid f

CHARLES 60SHORN 6..oral hoC....., PHiL NEWSOM fg1 I4T bugs me, and that U: What has Juvenile, 10 naive that a ala

JACK MAHAN AtiMtat Edits UPI r'rflg News Analyst I I happened to our good old fret agency hit to be let up II the-

PETER J. SULLIVAN e Adv.rtlkg" U....., tabln Notes from the foreign news AIMBAt RuM Itr interpriit? system in this mat. guardian Anyway, whit reason II thy\ >

NATIONAL ADVIRTISIN6 REPRESENTATIVIM Lang: Cnfllcil I am' i teetotaler I don't to believe that ultimately .w

I Aiutlittt 1... CM..*., Id Some members of Britain's drink. Yet I have no objectionto would hIVe more liquor 61
others imbibing if they want led If licenses were issued-
ittt that British
tnl.rd I. Wlnt.r H...... fl.".., ..... act .f M.r.h 2, ||;. Colonial Secretary Duncan put years to Polk County being enterprise system than we oo
bitten off
more SiMlyi In may Cyprus hays thin Britain frA-a I dry, it long n this was have under the quota .setup
/-I the desire of the majority of I cia understand restriction
I MIMIIR AUDIT lURtAU car chew, ind that the process
I hive no objection
lit citizenry concerning locitiot of tin
.. 7'. OP CIRCULATIONS of Mtricltloi may prove costly now to Polk County being and package itorei. I cm il
and painful. The agreementto
..; 4//1/94 the
wet, either, 11 long is majority understand restrictions cnncsr'
MIMIEft flU) a peace conference In of Hi voters want it that log the location of any busing
London hn eased the crisis
Actlv. hoC.", "r '
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NATIONAL EDITORIAL The Uait.d ,.... It .u itl.d t. the ... temporarily But differences ire This puts mt In the position, nrlly allow i bowling .Ue,.'!,
ASSOCIATION '.' ..,uhll..tl.n ., ill l.til, ..... art.tjail far reaching between the majority & ')- ) I suppose, of in Interested bystander example, next door to i enure
.d hi thii a.wi.iaw .. will, .. all' UPIADVERTISIN' Greek Cypriots and theTurld.b I am a Kinder because I can even understand restri
N.wl DliMt.hat., minority, and extremists
'a I do not participate In tions In connection 'lIh1 1qUIUlIc.tlonl
on both sides are bard to
of applicant<
DEADLINE the liquor trsde. I am Interested an Ito
control. The Turks accuse
character past record Jot
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT because I believe the way
ly fkt N''I. P M. Pr.lt.i D.y. I. kt In.hi I P'M. Prtvl** Day Archbishop Markirlos III, Cy- this thing is being handled Ii in But I fill to see where in
Itf tl : II. ; M. Prtvitm Dty. iun .y Ultl.s: D..IL.I Ma.y, : prui' president of trying towipe encroachment upon one of our of ui have the right to say 1
DISPLAY DEPARTMENTi out their rights through qualified applicant '
basic freedoms-tht fret enterprise one >(
lnad.y l.ill.1 P M. Th.4.,, Mnd.y 14111.1; P.M, ,rl4I." changes In the Cyprus constitu system. And I believe a may have a license" and to n
Tu.i.iy Idit.M-NttK S.I.,.." W.4.....,. Th.n.iy *.< Friday tion. r violation of ont of our freedomsis other just as qualified V
l.iti.1 P.M. T.. ..
Dtyi In Adv.s.
Dliarmamegt: "
s. i threat to all of them. may not have i license. Th

hoC.", .. Stutktn N...,.,.. P. ".h... A..I.tl" Tb IT'nation Geneva disarmament This does not mean that I thing Ii just not compatlb
Mtmktr ".".. Pr... AuatlttlM like resume on Jan. 21, hive reason to believe or even with our democratic way I
but with no chance that they want to suspect that the people -
SUISCRIPTION RATES will be joined!: by France. President who passed out these licenses life.Did the citizens of Pol

ly Cirrltr tr Mtll Charles de Giulle contl- did not do everything in County vote this county wet c
Y..". $1110; I in.thi.. (fit; 1 ", ..Ih., $4.HI, I m..tn, 11.11' sues to believe that talks In their power to be fair. I Just didn they?
", ..kl", II ...... Sinai. C*,;iu. Dllly, I ".'"| Sund.y, 10 tenth suck I mm lathering Ire useless cannot reconcile this "quota" Economically, the free ente'

TELEPHONE CY,.... Mf| Hi aces DO possibility of method of issuing them with prise system built this nation
Itticilnf the disarmament r our free enterprise system Whit I'd like to know I.: Wh

problem except In direct negotiitloni I ,I U the fret enterprise system ont It work here?
between the nuclear work so wonderfully with drugstores Interested Bystindr

A Thought For Today powers of which: he consider hirdwart stores and ill
France to be one. other businesses why won't it

De Guile Diplomacy work with bars and liquor -Memories-

in D. Gaulle will hold one of hit stores?
"Rejoin the Lord and .
always: again I toy rejoice. rare news conference in the In their editorials newspapers -

Pkit. 4:4 second hilt of January. At his art constantly: singing 20 YEARS AGO

It is our duty and privilege to "rejoice in the Lord" conference list year be announced the praises of the American Announcement was made the
system of free 'enterprise. We John S. Boland had purchase
French rejection ol
always; at all times, in all conditions, even when we Britain's bid to join the Com hold It up as one of the main the Balfour Hardware Compan

suffer, -Dr. Albert L. Carnett mon Market and of the U.S. TelevisionIn I reasons why our system of goy 10 YEARS AGO

offer to share iti Polaris mis Washington ReportBy ernment Is better than that of John C. Fisher was installc

site This year he Is expectedto the communists Yet bring it president of the Winter Hive
back home and apparently Klwanli Club at I banquet hel
expand on his desire for ReviewBy
News-Chief EditorialsTwo stepped up trade and cultural LYLE C. WILSON have been elected a I easily oo butcher it with something like at the Haven Hotel.

relations with Peking, with dip.lomltle United Press International tin Democratic ticket. this.So 5 YEARS AGO
KICK: DU BROW why the quota?
There is support for Grace Lutheran Churc
sturdy The
recognition of the Com a
Sen.
Goldwater's
Things To Do NOW. munist Chinese regime to come HOLLYWOOD UPI) ABC. Barry for the presidency announcement the conservative arguments that Some it people is because have the suggested state set a goal of $115,000 to begl!,
later, Meanwhile, the French- TV which lost a small fortune against the liberal-modern tradition construction of its new lint
bucks the political tradition needs to maintain control over
We on the Jerry Lewis series, replaced which so long has controlled tuary to be constructed at Au
realize that you probably have a score of little Germ in alliance Is teen head. that the Republican party will the tale of alcoholic beveragesdue
log into period of stress. De It during the weekend the Republican party. C md Fourth Street SE.
a
Jobs that need your attention right now but we want not nominate and cannot elect to the adverse effect they
with ill-itir
in vaudeville-ityle The support is provided by
Gaulle was said to hive been
a conservative could have on our society. But,
presidential can
to remind you to do two more. The first is to re-retrlster deeply angered and to regard show that was a welcome didate. "The Dunn Survey" conducted: does limiting the number of VAGRANT SEAGVLLBOURNEMOUTH

ft* that you will be able to vote. EVERYONE must re* ii I piece of U.-Inspired med- change in taste and quality The validity of this tradition by Rogers C. Dunn, McLesn, I outlets control the sale? So fir Englir
dUng the West German demand The level of the sew weekly, Vi Dunn is i political analyst (UPI) John Morrow, wh
'rttfster, for new precinct lines have been drawn. For Ii considerably challenged by ii I hive learned, no limitstiona -
' for[ return of accused French one hour program "The Hollywood His reviews in general make hive been placed on the I lives on Seagull Road, cut hi'
instance the writer used to be in Precinct 21, now we terrorist leader Antoine Argoud. Palace" will depend pretty some of the political acts of the point that the Republican number of bottles of liquor a arm Sunday when he imisht I

are in 19 because the line has been moved from the ACL Argoud claims he was kidnaped much on the varying host the life. One of these facts is that part does better at the polls package store may tell. If this a window in trying to shoo i 4

tracks to First street. Once you have registered you from West Germany to stand and guests. Thus, while Blnf Republicans to elect I seem liberal equallyunable presidential when party policies are made be the case, one large, well- I vagrant seagull from his home,
trial for conspiracy against De Crosby carried off the hostingon by relatively conservative Republican
won't have to do city registration because candidate-or any candi I
a the county Gaulle, The demand for returnof the Saturday debut with hn congressional leaden-

ana city Will be one. You get this done at the City Aritoud tame immediatelyafter customary grace, this week'i date. The only recent exceptionto ship than when liberal or modern ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAl
that rule was the election
Hall if you live in Winter Haven. West German Chancellor emcee will be Bob Cummings, and election of Dwight D. presidential nominees are in
and those who remember him charge,
Ludwig Frhird'i return from
The second little Item-be sure to sign your home- ii a fill-In on the "Tonight"ihow Elienhower. WDIO.TY WPLA-TV wm.TY WTYT-T' 1
stead the United States. In 1M2 Ikt'i successes not From 1940-1960, Inclusive, e....... a e ....1 S c....... Cb..l IICas 'I
the advance
exemption and MAIL it back. Every year there Indonesia vs. Malaysia: may get were reflections Dunn points out that only Eisenhower Hie A.e c.s. '1Orl.

are those who tuck this away in some pigeon-hole and Indonesia, which has openly ahuddera. Still the pro- of Republican political was able to carry the .... Temp. Orl'R' T.", ,. ,
declared its Intent to wipe out duction staff seems efficient strength. The Republicans gave Northeast. He lost ont Mid.
then forget to send in this all-important card. Next and Cummlngs' guests will Include him a alight congressional majority
Atlantic In Virginia
the new British Commonwealth state 1952, West
;year, the taxes really skyrocket as does the home owner. member, the federation of Malayali Carl Reiner ind Mel in hit first two yean but carried all of New Eng Monday NIGHT January;, ,

It takes a lot of doing to get it straightened out, if it ] may soon recognize the Brooks, Anthony Newley and thereafter well routed by the land. In 1956 Ike won all 12
rebel regime proclaimed a year the chanteuse Fatichou. Democrat mid.Atlantic and New Englandatatei i:00-N.WI New N.WI, W.ith.r ,.... News:. I
tier gets straightened out at all. So sign and send SR.rtl W'lk.r N... Editor; Pull. R.eaj
ago by A. M. Asihirl. Ataharl On tile opener which was an This tradition that to win the .. 6 IS- Sots i
4,30, CIS N.w. NSC N.WI ABC CBS New -
N.wl
immediately. Ed Sullivan West Coast
type entry Republicans must nominate a Wendell Willkie and
proclaimed a "unitary govern 1940 4::41=CIS N.WI NBC N.ws Orbit CIS News .
ment" covering Brunei, Sarawak there was I illght bit of liberal or so-cslled modern for Thomas E. Dewey, 1944 each -
and Sabah (North Borneo) sound trouble; and it least one president Is a hind.painted I : won Maine and Vermont representing ?,CO-Oig.it/ K.dg! H... Gun, Movi .:
Crooks And Con Men but was crushed by the British. performer Nancy Wilson, a phony. It It the work of northeastern eight of the 155 northeastern T:II-Oig.it Meni.y Will Tr.v.l Movi O .,
Since then, Aiihirl ban visited seat and fine linger, was cut: Republican leaders whore states electoral votei. 7:30-T. T.II Truth .t Outer Limits Mvi M'
Like other people, crooks and con men love to both Jakarta and Indonesian rather short with only a tingle bound by the political muscle In 194S Dewey carried Pennsylvania 7.41-T. Tell Truth the Mvl l Outer limit Movi f

come to Florida in the winter time. The pickings get Borneo where rebels and volunteers number. But overall, the hour of the great cities In the New Jersey, Delaware |:00-IV. A Secret Mand.y Out.r Limit hoC..i. IIr
train for border raids. wad extremely pleasant family great Industrial statei. Maine, New Hampshire and |,II-IV. A Secret th. Movl.l Out.r Limit Marie ;
tort of slim when snow flies. so they, like other tourists, entertainment highlighting well- Their argument hit been Vermont for 63 of 1SS electoral 5:10-Uey Sh.w Mand.y .t W.aon Train Mania e

get on the road. The difference between fine folks and CLOSE GOLDINB known routines of name per- this: : That only a liberal or votei. |,41-Lucy Shaw the M.VI.I W.,." Train Msvie .

others is that the crooks and con men have larceny in LONDON (UPI) A groupof formeri. modern Republican presidential Richard M. Nixon lost ill f:09-D.nny Themes Man4y W..... Train Denny Th....
their hearts and betide those commuters inserted this advertisement Mickey Rooney and Bobby candidate cm win the north. Mid.Atltntic slates but carried f:l|-D.*ny Th.", .. the M..it .. W.,... Train Denny Tho,...
woe who aren't sharp Ii the Times of Van did an uproarious takeoff eastern states which have 155 Maine, New Hampshire and :JO-AnJy Griffith Hollywood I Wages ,. nW.a.n Andy Griffit

enough to let them alone, They are generally smooth London today: "In remembrance on "Candid Camera," In which of the 270 electoral votes necessary Vermont for 12 electoral votes f:4$-Andy Griffith, Th. St... TrainAndy_ G,1I11f

in every sense of the word. They sell everything from of the 1:05: p.m. Cannon the Interviewer (Van) had tasted to elect. I in 1960. To.00-VIH. .( ,.,. Sm. Alone Breaking Pent Th. Pilgrims

socks to roofing. They'll even that Street.to.Hitting buffet car, of garlic Bob Newhart did The conservative answer to Of the liberal-modern Republican m 10:il- .. H.ly Land with Mitch Sr..kn, Point .f Paul10:30Visit *
guarantee they can lied today for false economy- till Madison Avenue telephone his, of course is that Repub- tradition Dunn reports: : *f ,.,. Sin* Along 'r.. in, Point Th. Pil9rtmg
double, for that matter triple, any cash money given The Club," routine of Sir Walter Raleigh Jean liberal or modern candidates "This representation has been 10:41- t. Holy Land with Mitch Irxkng Point ,f Paul '

them.It's The mourners who ride the trying to tell his discovery of consistently have flunked used so effectively that no conservative 11,00-N.w! N..... N.wilm. Nsw; Sport i i
that time of year so don't cash checks for railway cir kome from work tobacco to the front office. Crosby their northeastern states tests. Republican has been 11:11-Sp.rti, W'th.r Tonight Sh.", t.rl.l, W'th.r W'th.r, l'Itr'll'
any each diy, pitted black crepe and his son, Gary, teamed up The conservatives complain, able to win his party's presidential 11:JO-Th..tr. .1 Tonight Shaw Late Show R.."., tot
one you don't know. Don't verbally order or sign any paper over the windows and for a bit of singing. There were further that the Republican nomination for the past 20 II:45- the St... Tmght Show L.t. Show Ro.ring :OJ

papers ordering work unless you check out the dales charged: that British Railways, charming puppets;lID111 breeiyclowns party consistently his insisted yean. It is being repeated for =

man. In the city they must have a license to sell on by taking It off the Mill, had and ill, i on losing with liberal or modern 1964." Tuesday MORNING January 7
fast well paced Improvement on candidates In preference to So hit U what Gold-
closed: "a little sold mine.. Barry
the streets. Just be on your guard at all times. Above the put. I a conservative effort. water la up against And that Is 7Do-M..I. T.4.y Shaw G.od Day

all, don't let them into your home; anything could hap. RADIO. This of count, excepts the why Goldwater fears that no 5-M..I.: Today Sh.. N.., Geed Day

pen. It's too bad we have this type of a person but Also last Saturday, CBS-TV Eisenhower: election and re.election other person would offer Republican 7:30-Mevie: Tsd.y Shew Mickie; : En.:: Gsed Day ,
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aired i one hour tribute to which blur the liberal-con- voters a clear choice 7:41-M..i. Tsd.y Shaw Mickie to. Goad Day
we do. Jackie CIf sion for Mi IS servitive iiiue. Ike elect. -
yeiriIn wn against New Frontier principles
100: -C.pt.in; Today Show Millie E..ns C.pt.in t:1 ;;
WINT I show business by exhuming ed sea war hero and could of the Democratic party. I:IS- K..,.,.. Tod.y Sh... MICII. E.."l K.."".. ':
DAILY CROSSWORD clips of the star In his put performances I:30-C.pt.in Tad.y Shaw Spanish L.tioni C.pt.in

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"I.tl.. By GAY PAtTEYVPI back on a double.breasted
Women's Editor coat from the firm of Original .
for NEW YORK (UPI-Spring) *, one of the 80.plus firms
ch.ric... r fashion for women draw participating this week in
closer to the body and look concentrated showing of
the softer to the eye. spring fashions for benefit of
' 81 the nation't visiting fashion
etcnny The trend goes for coati reporters.
and suite ii well ai dretses.
Coats take on shape without Fashions on View
toYO1 being mug to the figure and During the week, the editors BOTH ANNIVERSARY-
\ many gave the illusion of will see collections of Mr. end Mrs C. W C rtwell recently celebratedtheir
.an.' ?4h ar front fit, with free back. Oth- coats and suits, dresses, millinery golden anniversary with a reception at
0\1\
his era have back half.belta. shoes and other accessories their home Honoring the eceaiion with them
ble Most of the spring coats hair styes and beauty were their children, Mr. end Mrs F. H. Ogburn,
aids
and several
new fabrics.
make for their refined
Df ways with up Jazzy detail.pockets Costa can stand alone, but Auburndale; Mr. end Mn. W L. Carmichael,
placed high, low, patch, more often come with coordinated Jacksonville; Mr. end Mrt. Howard C. Moore,
olk Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. Ray W Cerswell
square or curved and with drl'sl-Cor the costumedlook ; ,
or PASTEL Wool tweed shows up ai a RIBBED COLUMN A column of white wool rib. handsome button details. his taken over in fash- Orlando; Mr. end Mrs. James G. Kimbrel
' soft pastel I pink In this coat by Carmel of New York, bing silhouettes the scene for Spring 1964 with this coat Most collars are small cut Ion. Collarless cardigan Haines City; sixteen grandchildren, end one
'er- for Spring 1964. The semi-fitted coat Is detailed with from the new collection by Harry Frecktel of New York. to stand a bit away from shapes show off bows at the great grandson
\on.hy four flap pockets end tiny matching double-breasted The smell rolled teller of the coat is set off by the) large the throat Instead of hugging neckline Suits come with
buttons The designer shaped the coat with raglan lamp gold buttons marking the front closing. (UPI Photos) it.The blouses in coordinated colon, Frances Welch
lea sleeves end a neat lapel collar soft trend shows In with the jacket linings usually To Represent Ridge
-- such touches as the chirred repeating the blouse fabric.
NEW ARRIVALS District At February MeetingAt
Mr. and Mrs Alfred G. Dr. Speronis Around The Town Suit jackets, like the coats,
Davis, son, 1:09: p.m. Friday, move toward the body In this the Ridge Sub-Dietrlct MYFcr'a and one from each
six pounds, two ounces. trend away from that .- Methodist Youth Fellowship local MYF spoke at their
Mr. and Mrs Verlia J. Russians Want To Gain Time Ken Rutter Back From called relaxed, loose silhouette meeting held at the First sub-district and will now goon
hated! Holt daughter, 6:43: a m. Saturday of previous sessons. But Methodist Church, Lake to the district level.
, aeven pounds, five Dr. Stephen L. Speronis, ence," be said. "The free enterprise the Jackets aren't cinched The Junior High group has
tightly to the waist just Wales Saturday, Frances written
on "Speak
esssys Up
ounces.
0). Mr. and Mrs. Whltten 8. vice president of the Office system is the hope Naval seamed to hint at waistline Welch, of Winter I Haven For Your Faith" with each
Craves, son, 1:57: p.m. Saturday of University Development, of the world and it takes a Reserve Training curve. representing Trinity Methodist church sending one selected
led t six pounds, thirteen anda University of Tamps spoke private citzen with a minimum Giving competition to the Church was chosen to entry from each local church
en half ounces. with authority at the Winter of government supervision Kennilh E. Rutter, so n of Mr and Mrs. Vernon conventional suit jacket la the represent the Ridge Sub-District to their Sub District and thenon
eldrite Mr. and Clifford cape topping The ahape at the Lakeland District, to the District.
Mrt. W. cape
Haven Woman's Club Thursday to take it to other lands. Rutter Winter has
Haven returned from his
Summers, son, $::30 a m. Saturday runs through every major "Speak Up For Your Faith"meeting One Senior member will be
eight pounds, five anda on. "The Eagle and TheBear" The Peace Corps, the speak two weeks active Naval Reserve: training duty as a collection in New York collections February 5th, at the selected to represent the district
er stated has not accomplished and First Methodist Church in snd will to
half ounces1. Seaman Recruit at the Nav Training Center Great usually neat speak several
Dr. Speronis said It must
tn Mr. and Mrs. John C Ras- the results that missionaries tailored But a few designerslike Lakeland hundred on what they
or, Brandon, son 11:50: p.m. be assumed that Russia "will have been able to accomplish Lakes, 111.Naval. Pauline Trlgere give Steve Robinson of Beymer believe at the Christian Faith
ne.1.. Saturday nine pounds.Mr. create conflict situation with much less in Reservists (' live training in such sub. them flare and swing. Memorial Methodist Church Convention at the Youth
and Mra. James G. whenever possible making the way of money. jects as naval history and i organization, customs and Ruffles In Vogue had his Junior High essay Camp In Leesburg, March 6-
Sheffield Auburndale son small concessions while using The individual businessman The soft look shows In fuller on "Speak Up For Your I. The three selected Junior
2.28 a.m. yesterday aeven the cold war peace programs who Is willing to go to courtesies gunnery sea mal nship, first aid, swimming: skirted dresses too. In soft Filth" selected to representthe High esaaya will be printed In
ad pounds, fifteen and three- and so on as deceptions these countries and work shipboard drills and sentry duty. bloused effects, In bias cuts, Ridge Sub.District at the the Florida Methodist mag-
quarter ounces. to gain time. close by with the people on in flounces, ruffles and chif Lakeland District meeting ailne.Francea.
Mr. and Mn. Steve Field, They may take 20 or 30 their problem "is the best Mr. and Mrs. C. )t. II,.. The Newcomers Club will fons.The Throughout the Florida Con. will attend the National
hit IOn. 8:09: p.m. yesterday, seven years to persuade us and the representative of the American burn have arrived from their meet at six woman doing her ference MYFer's have been Convention of Methodist
Wednesday
m.
pound, thirteen and a half world our system II no good system under which we home in Chicago Ill and p spring shopping may conclude studying just what the Christian Youth to be held at Pur.
ounces. and to work themselves Into live because they inventedIt plan to spend the winter season .t the Youth Center for a that the "basic little beliefs are and If tthey due University July 27th.31st.
re Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy R. a position to take over. when they wrote the Declaration here. covered dish supper. Meat black dress" Is out. Actually are to berome a part of their Steve will attend one weekat
Hughe, Davenport, eon, 1:58jf : From the fall of Athens In of Independence coffee and rolls will be pro there are plenty of the dark faith. The Senior High MYF. the Methodist Youth CampIn
47S B. C., "the free enterprise basic Including er's have concerningwhat Leesburg this coming sum
.m. yesterday, eight pounds, the speaker laid. "John Hancock The Gardenia Garden Club vided by the club Davy a spoken
system was lost until spring traditional. they believe before their mer.
tone ounce. was one of the greatest will tour the State Heidquar- .
---- -- -- -- --- ---
Mr. and Sir* gimnri B. the Fourth of July 1778 when businessmen In history." ter. of the Florida Federation ,
Bike Jr, daughter S.3t: this ft was born again with the Dr. Speronis aid some advice of Garden Clubs In Win
morning! ill pound Declaration of Independ-
t for the women of Amen ter Park tomorrow. The group
r : ,j I lea. "It Is a historical fact will leave at nine a m. tomorrow
r-------------- thai when the worn a. *f from the Episcopal'
I|I country are strong and alert Church Parking Lot at North-
,I WHEN THE the men are never lacy" he gale Lunch will be at the
I I Ii I said. The essential /.4c-
eoneenaatine Birblion In Winter Park following ', ., .
-"
of women Is an Important the tour. ,
i I THERMOMETERPLUNGES I I factor politically, but : -
they should make themselvesthoroughly
Arthur C. Lake runner's i ,"
I / conversant with mate second class, USN, son "
i the American system and of Mr. and Mrs. James A.
1 1 I I with events of the day Luke has returned to the
The speaker reminded his United States from a six- '
I II I audience that "the destine* month cruise to the Far East (Ac Thai
1 lion of liberty hae always aboard the attack aircraft 4 S
come about when people neglect carrier USS Hancock operating
I 1 I their dally responslblU. out of Alameda, Cilif. 5 DnN, / / 'i
ty," and that "in order to /
I II have peace we most work Mrs. Delia Chance was dismissed
1 for It." yesterday from the ,
II I II II "The hope of humanity Winter Haven Hospital. rpt'
I he ..Id. lie In the strength

II I II of America." Mr. and Mra. J..... Leltch '\
I Devotions were given by ri
II of Owassso Micb have left
, I II Mrs. Russell Fountain, who after a visit with the litter's
I chose "Time" as her sub father, William Combtllack.
I ject. "What Is time?" she
fa I 1 1I II asked "daytime night time, Mrs. Carl Edmondson has
school time, bed time springtime returned to her home la Fort
I I 1 1I II lack of time?" She Payne Ala after a visit with
ssid, "we master the past her brother-in.law and sitter
I II by memory the present by Mr. and Mrs. Irby McDanlel.)

I ANIMALS : faith."and the future by courage. and Erwin her mother, Mr. W. F.

Mrs. Green announced the
: I II District Nine Festival of Art Miss Betty Sue Erwta re
I HIBERNATE I to be held In Sebring on Feb. turned to her classes at Florida .
21 and asked members to State University In Titlebassee .
start preparing craft and art today after spendingthe
I AND 1 objects for entry. She also holidays with her family, i
r announced the coffee and Mr, and Mrs. Walker Erwin
bridge on Jan. 22 at the club- J' .
I I PEOPLE I II II house. Mr. and Mri. Floyd Holt
:
Tea was served by group of Cropsey 111. are among
I .. Mrs. R. M. Mosimaa was the winter guests hers.Mn .
chairman ber committee was ;.
e I START I Mesdames, W H. Hamilton Fred Haste underwent
G. W. Hansford Pearl E. surgery this morning U the
I II Burnish Tucker Harrison W. Winter Haven Hospital where
: TO. : R. Hatfield Fred Haien Norman she was admitted Thursdaywith
I I II C. Heck F. T. Hender a broken hip. Mr*. Haienla aR
son Herbert Hobensteln R.
an active member of the
C. Homer, F. L. Howard G. Winter Haven Woman's Club
1 BANK BY MAILI I II H. Howard E. N Hudson and Circle five of the Wom

I I I T.Hutzel.B. Hutchinson and J. A. Presbyterian ass Association Church of the first

., I Members of the Winter Haven .
I. Woman's Club who volunteered The Creative Writing; group
I II
WE PAY THE POSTAGE and worked when of the Winter Havea Wo
I i
, I iI the club sponsored the TB man' Club will meet tomorrow "A RISING STAR IN FLORIDA GRAPHIC ARTS"In
I X-Ray Unit were, Mesdames morning at t:30 at 1023
Jack Curnett W. E. Moore, Biltmore Drive. This group
I Serving You for I Charles Mitchell J. P. Gunter is presently studying, "HowTo ( keeping with the modern end progressive advances within;
I George Palmer Lee Hsf- Write A Short Story". central! Florida STAR PRESS takes a bold itep forward with
I Icy, Antonio Alonso, Willie While the group is sponsoredby their printing facilities end services.
28 Years! I II II F. M. the Woman's Club one
I Cude Boynton D. Pitt Recent, equipment Installations provide with .
now Inexpensive
doe not have to be you
II Harry Green and M. C. Lawrence ) a member
I I of the club to attend. competent workmanship-for whatever the printing job
may be.

a I Tie Wemaa's Society .f From I to 1,000,000 or more, you can expect the tame faith.
: PEOP-/; NEWS BRIEF Christian Service of Trinity ., ful care and attention to printing order If the job demandsthe
I Members of the Bouquet Methodist Church will meetat special features of design or illustration -these services
"gI I Garden Club will meet at the 7.30: p.m. Tuesday at the ere also available through our association with leading artists

I Tampa Electric Leisure Room church So for qualified professional help' In planning your serf
Thursday at two p.m. printing Job cell STAR PRESS for reliable service. PHONE
I MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I II Home Economist Barbara Mrs. Hollow Ridley If a 294.3229SERVING
Horton will present a program patient In the Winter Haven
A Start Drive Over H.v -D..l. live. I II on "The Art Of CookIng. Hospital.
I ." The member are asked COMMERCE INDUSTRY & GOVERNMENTS4
c. ,.'". U.* Dlwertv **. '--.* '.*'.< ** '. ..* I to tike a guest. The bus- Dr. and Mrs Harold B.
I mess meeting will be heldat Fly an are here from Boston
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Six; WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF t -WINTFR HAVFM Pine in,A. Monday, January 5,19$
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Lake Alfred Parish Hall Named For Father Howard Johnson Arsonist Sets

(Continued From Page One
(Continued From Page One) fore not all, the credit goes tome Restaurant Is )
have," Pope continued "abou but to you. If it were Dot) braving choking amok vhkt
Teen Cen having the satisfaction of knowing Closed TodayThe filled the switchboard room
for ,
:r you we would not have that
that his dream has come alerted 80 guests
true here. He has left beautiful church. eeenprlnirooms
our city Howard Johnson's :Restaursnt -
above the
I heritage that will live forever "There are not many priests of burning ban
Has ElectionThe and I think that everyone who have bad the opportunityto at the Intersection room. They moved to the lobby
not only in this room but Hwy. 17 and Haveadale Blvd. without Incident. Firemen sub
build I church. It ia a real
all over our community will closed today.According aequenQy ordered an 200 occu.
Lake Alfred Teen Center say 'God bless Father Ander.IOD. blessing from God. It is a permanent to E. E. Adams, pants of the 11-story hotel to

elected I officers Saturday night .' church and you and I the 10- leave their rooms briefly *hD.
and Turnbull, commenting on his are proud to say that it ia I who owns the property, the building waa checked thoroughly
they made plans to attend own relations with the former monument to God. Aa the people yesrlesse expired and the for bidden pockets of
the winter meeting of the Florida pastor, remarked: go by they are reminded of did not wish to renew lire. None was' found.
Recreation Association in "11m not a member of your the goodness and mercy of company The hotel ia located on Times
Bradenton next Saturday church but I am I close per.aon.1 God. That is why we build Square at Broadway and 45ti
Connel Rodgers, new recreation friend of Father Anderson. churches. It la therefore a Street.
director for the city, who There are many things great honor and privilege for Kiwanis Slates Hotel employes were setting
will accompany the group to that I would a priest to build a church. Not
like to say about (Continued From Page One) up the ballroom for a fashion
Bradenton, announced that him, about the image he bas everyone is granted that bless
meeting
buyers' and
(Went. Norton Agey, treasurer, show
weekly meetings of the Teen created in Winter
Haven how
Center will be held on Mondaynights he has worked quietly, without; ing."Not only the church In Win and Edwin Whitman, aecretary, scheduled this morning, when
at 7:30: o'clock. publicity, to make his church ter Haven but also the church have formerly held these posts. I the flames burst out at the east
The new officers are: F'L'' and his school, and the good he In Hiinet City is beautiful. It Directors to be Installed are I end of the big room.
Ruth Mlncey president; Pamela haa built in all Ire..." Is beautiful in its simplicityand Owen Bin tt, Dexter Daniels, Scores of firemen who m.swered .
Brumbaugh vice president "I congratulate Father Anderson in Its parishioners who go Jr., Andrew P. Ireland John the three alarms dousedthe
; Edith Hymen recording on what he has done for there to worship. So I have had Katros, George Partin Jr., flames quickly with heavy
secretary; William Palmer, er Winter Haven, and I congratulate the great privilege of buildingtwo E. H. Schellenberg and Walt hoses, leaving the plush second
treasurer; and Jackie Henderson I hrt Orlando on getting him new churches with the help Zartmin. Charles Dem Ing will floor ballroom ankle deep in
corresponding secretary. because he will do there Just of my parishioners. What more assume to post of past president water' The room redecorated
Rodgers reported several par- aa he has done here." could a priest ask for two years ago at I cost of a
enta were present at the Saturday Steve Voytowich as master of "It is very moving to me Indeed David Ellsworth will serve as quarter of a million dollars also
meeting and expressed ceremonies, also Introduced ," Father Anderson continued master of ceremonies. suffered heavy smoke and fire
their support and desire to help members of the Church of the "that you would have James Parrish put governorof damage.
in any way they could to make LAKE ALFRED TEEN CENTER ELECTS-Reorgeniitng Saturday night under the Transfigurstion, In Halnea City.A the thought of naming this hall the Florida Kiwanis district Thompson said the arsonist
the local Teen Center a dirtction of Con".1! Rodgers .uted center. the Lake Alfred Teen Center st"ted plane large delegation representedthis after me. Words cannot express and pastor of First Baptist touched off the flames with "a

Four new members for future ICtivj i... Th. new officers from left: lilted, Ruth Mincey, and mission pariah for which how much I appreciate that. church In Winter Park will device which spread the flames
tending were (9 p lucce"1 Pam Brumbaugh vice president: standing Edith Hymen, secretary: Bill Palmer, treasurer Father Anderson has also been At the end of the brief formal be the principal speaker and rapidly." Its nature was' not
members and ; end Jackie Hendrlon, corresponding I.crttery. serving as pastor. Allen Shsw program Father Anderson i installing officer. Roy Alexsn- known Immediately. A chemical
Robert Pnybylskl. Paul Collins was presented with a purse by er, Sebring, new division lieutenant spray was a possibility.
Costin To Run and Mrs. Harry E. Di- the congregation of St. Jos governor will also be Anthony M. Key vice president
BoostersViII\ I Tavern Owners To Hear Fate Christina spoke briefly, expressing eph's. present. and general manager of
For Senate the appreciation of the The concerted work of the A reception will precede the the 60-year-old Astor, estimated
(Continued From Page One) Tomorrow night Wolfe Is expected church and community for his several pariah organizations, dinner at 6:30. Mrs. Dexter the damage at more than (1

TALLAHASSEE (UPI Former to run down what they call"rumor" to report any results of leadership and encouragementIn Including the Senior Women's Daniels, Jr., is chairman assisted million and said the hotel would
Dirty and MacCalIa the investigation. The hopes of building their attractive new Club. St. Joseph's Guild, the
Rep. Cecil G. Costin Jr., Meet TomorrowThe by Mrs. Ridley and Mrs. lose another million in business
Port St. Joe attorney said today have asked persons havingany the group rest on what he reveal church, and thanking him for Holy Name Society, the Ush Hicks. booked for the ballroom.
he will be a candidate for knowledge of any "wrong .. what he baa accomplished for era' Club, and the Knights of
to Should Wolfe reveal the church and the Columbus was responsible for
the State Senate this Cos- Blue Devil Booster Club doing" volunteer the information that heand community.A
tin is the third candidate year. to will meet tomorrow morning to them. Staples have failed to uncover personal parting gift of a the reception. Some 400 friends OtmffhtllfflllfflmwGUIDE
announce for the Senate from at 7:30: o'clock at the Park Only two witnesses appeared any wrongdoing, the organization purse waa presented to Father filed by to hake Father ADd r. I
Restaurant before MacCalla is expected to teas Anderson by the Haines City son's hand and express their I
voluntarily.
the Elroy Del.do.prelldent
5th District. He la attorney .
city
operation. Several members parishioners.Vance personal wishes for his future I I
.
said today. He and Darty aubpoened others Convenience
school,board attorney and for chairman the county of Jack Deedrick high school but didn't get anything have stated they would with I Layton speaking for success and happiness. i' I I jj ;
draw from the organization If he congregation of St Jos Father Anderson Hall was I
athletic director I concrete on. I
and
the county Democratic commit ketball coach will give head detailson has JoKaettl state beverage Wolfe failed to come up with eph's, expressed the sentiments decorated with flower arrangements I TOShoppers'

the football banquet and director said that the tin anything concrete of the hundreds who came tobid and the refreshment tables .
tee.Adult a financial present aucceasful applicants who com- The organization membership their pastor goodbye, to were attractive with silver
report on Win has dwindled in thank him candelabra and service. Members -
School ter Haven's plained of vacant lots as addresses the past for his work as their
post-seaion football
and places that did not few weeks. When first organized spiritual leader, and to express of the Senior Women'lClub
(Continued From Page One) All game with Orlando Boone, meet health department reouiremrnta there were between 40 and the hope that he would return and St. Joseph's Guild
can history civics, consumer and Booster Club directors were not aware of: SO in attendance at every meet to visit them frequently. were In charge of the refresh
economics, world geography, membera. are urged to be the beverage department'sadvice ing. This number haa been reduced I Layton reviewed some of the ments.
Florida history. Problems of present.'Kelly given at the time the to eight or 10 at each accomplishments of Father Anderson Father Anderson I is leaving
American Democracy (including county went wet. meeting. here. The new church Immediately for his new duties IN GREATERWINTER
Americanism. Communism Delighted'Continued Keating paid that all applicants was built, the parochial school aa pastor of the Church of the J
), modem health general were advised not to construct Pontiff Pleads doubled In site and the rectory Good Shepherd in Orlando" J i
science, conversational French ( From Page One) buildings for package and convent renovated. where, in addition to HAVEN f
and Spanish general math, the proposed meeting in Orlandoor and/or lounge facilities until (Continued From Page One) "Also, under his guidance, I church he will have charge of: t ff{
business math psychology and on any debates. But be said the licenses had been awarded. surging roaring goodbye as he St. Joseph's Holy Name Societywon 'TWO mission churches and a II- fi
f
reading. he would attend such a meeting, This he said, was done to prevent drove to the airport at Amman two top awards for increase l I'I classroom parochial school.
Special attention! la also calledto and take part In any debates applicants from spending The pontiff, In I farewell message : In membership only the I :
i
the reading course that i la "My first reaction would be money for remodeling until after urged an end to "bitter second time both these coveted 1
offered for those students who Yes Sir, I'd be delighted" Kelly they had been issued a license. ness" and wrath," and made swards i had been won by the i NAACP I Leader -
did not finish elementary school. ssld. what appeared to be an appeal same parish. Also, the great- -
Adults with little or no formal The Lakeland legislator, who A number of applicants remodeled for peace between the Israelis eat Holy Name Society Billy In I Ii
education may enroll for this is expected to announce for the their places of business and the Arabs, the history of the diocese was
sours Democratic nomination for EOV in anticipation of gettinga Jordan Radio quoted the Pope I held In our new church. Thus, To r Tour State DODGE JOHN PETERS

Any additional Information ernor at the annual Legislative license, and were a bit perturbed II saying: Father haa Indeed put as on j Aatkerk.4 Fut.., PHARMACY ,
concerning; the adult school maybe Weekend at Sarasota this week, when the license wasn'l "From the holy city of JeruSalem the map." 5..lc. ." ,
obtained by calling the principal said he bad taken part In every granted. I take the opportunity of Citing also the parish hill renovation JACKSONVILLE (UPI) A Chry,'" ",.......h Free) Prescription
Lee i visit hers Layton announced the tour of Florida( by Alfred Baker L.esee valiant Delivery ;
W. Langston at Joint appearance he has been The Restaurant and Tavern my to ask you to do
294-4228. Invited to.Mathewa. Owners Association was formed all in your power that peace naming of the hall in the par Lewis, treasurer of the National I (4 city !Lout)
I suggested five or six shortly after the liquor license should prevail in the world." tor's honor. Association for the Advancement Floyd Roberts a Dr/v..I./ i
appearance in March and April! last was published for the pur A flight of a dozen Jordanianair Father Anderson said: "Re of Colored People will Motors Window I
to be held at Miami, Orlando, pose of "righting the wrong" force Jets escorted the member that one of the things start the beginning of the 1964 X10 Plree N.
Tampa St. Petersburg, Jack. that had been done In the county hope's plane to the borders of that the Ecumenical Council is NAACP program In the state it 221 sloth, I.W C7 r.i
\G'FIS aonville Pensacola and perhaps that country. bringing; out In a most forceful was announced Saturday.The ,
: \ Tallahassee. Appeals to the Polk County During his tour of Christian way is that It I. the Individualswho tour will start In Jacksonville -
Board of Commissioners finally shrines Pope Paul encountereda make up I church. There on Jan. 19.
I got a letter from membersof I tumultuous welcome that

Citrus Queen 'I the Board to State Beverage threatened to crush him In the Carlton Plans To Retire II I LE ROY'S APPLIANCE
(Continued From Director Keating, Governor
Page One) narrow streets of old Jerusalem -
@ Commerce, civic club., universities Farris Bryant and State Attorney said Mass In the Sacred (Continued From Page Ore) ton took office. SALES & SERVICE
and colleges throughout Glen Party apprising Church of the Holy sepulcher the hands of an experienced, He was one of the first regIsteratlon YOUR DEPENDAIIE WESTINGHOUSE @
Florida, to sponsor "outstand them of the situation and the while flames I leaped out overhead loyal and smoothly functioning supervisors in Flor I DEALER
When you mow Ingly beautiful girls" In this rumors running rampant lathe In a abort circuited wire, staff that Is well qualified to ida to establish a permanent it a.", A Ktpalr ALL Lars* A 1"111ppll.."..."
contest. Two pictures and complete county. visited the Garden of Gethsem- carry on the exceptionally heavy registration system including 1M THIRD ST., '.W. CY a-S4SZ

to town. information for each applicant A subsequent Investigation ane, and crossed the armed workload that 1 Is In pronpect for tAe complete alphabetizing of
.. revealed the this the entire
be according to border )'ur.I registration.
must mailed in before Into Israel for visits to
three that there wasn't I "The preclnctlng of the Carlton
Feb. men Nazareth was one of the organizing
15. From these and other
Ttvr Weiss.,. W.f.* the applications any evidence uncovered to substantiate \ sites associated county which has been badly members of the Florida
with the
contest life
committee
H...., will till with e will select 25 finalists, who the organisation's Christ. of Jesus needed for a number of years State Association of Supervisors INSURANCE The Daily

basket .f gifts sod will be invited to Winter Haven charges. The Pope also exchanged has been completed. The com of Registration In 1964. He Is SPECIALIST
frttndly' ,...tI",1 font for the contest March Wolfe, along with a private symbolic "kisa of a plete personal re-reglstratlon of II past president of the organ
on nveatigator from Tampa, William peace" with the county' voters haa begun nation, served NewsChiefFIRST
several
.ur ..U.I..., .lvl. sod I and 9. Patriarch Athenagoras at their years as
ul".. \I........ On Sunday, March 8, each Staples, has been conducting talks and repeatedly called forpeace and Is progressing well. treasurer, has been I memberof
investigationover "Although I have Idea the
a private no group's legislative com James H. Cross
contestant will be interviewedby and unity all
among
the past five week whom Governor Bryant will ap mittee every year except one,
the panel of five Judges. Christians point In my place I have recommended and served three times 239A Third St.. S.W.
If ... h. lust mend Monday night March 9, each Jordan Radio said today the to him Mrs. BurtonN. chairman of this important as Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN

!. WlnUr Haven 1e tare girl will compete in evening Fla. Newspapers year-old pontiff had also Issued Work who haa been my chief committee. H. la also a memberof to the local people
I. ahene gown and swim suit at the public peace appeals to 224 heads deputy for 27 years and ia the National Association of LIFEINSURANCE
contest In Nora Mayo Hall (Continued from Page One) of government and organizations thoroughly familiar with the county officials and of the with the hometown
294.2989 II where five finalists will be se I party and a dinner with the appealing to them "to doall demands! and the operation of Florida Advisory Council an CO.
I lected. Gardena management aa hosts, In your power that peace the office. organization of representativesof I Life Group news
On Wednesday night March starting Friday at 5 p.m. shall prevail in the world." "I will always/ be grateful to the various groups of county .
11, at the annual Coronation On Saturday, a breakfast sea- Just before he entered his the people of Polk County for officials.He Mortgage
"itCqMI WACON Ball, the 1964 Florida Citrus Ion for all delegates' will beheld 5C8 Jetliner for the homeward having permitted me to serve is a member of the First e Health i Diiibiliry A PROGRESSIVE PAPER

I I Queen will be named and duringa at the Haven Hotel. This flight, the pontiff turned and them since Jaa. 3, 1933, and for Methodist Church and Knights Hospitalization TO SERVE YOU BETTER.
colorful coronation ceremonyahe will be followed by the members raised his arms to the crowd the fine cooperation I hare always of Pythias Lodge in Bartow. e Educational
I will be officially crownedby of the press witnessing the bestowing his apostolic blessing. received from the count- I Mr. and Mrs. Carlton have
Miss Sue Scarbrough the big exposition -parade from A roar from the throng answered officials! two children. Glenn Carlton of
1963 Florida Citrus Queen. grandstand seats near the Ha. the gesture. When Carlton first took office I''Bartow and Mrs. Bable--Matchek I -

-- yen Hotel. Following the parade, The pontiff had told the the office consisted of one '' of Pasadena, Texas, and Exn"T'INIX
will to the crowd I small room about 1C 'one grandchild. NSrva
they go exposition : "May God grant peace square
rounds two brocks away to and happiness to the inhabitants I feet Just off the south porch of I Carlton said he hadn't made CUSTOM WORKAuto
view the exhibits. Among those of the Holy Land." the courthouse. Total registration any definite plans as to what .-.
We have the of particular Interest will be the The pontiff traveled from Jerusalem was about 20,000 and the he would do in his retirement.

New York World's Fair eshi- to Amman In a motor. supervisor had one part-time However, he plans a two week Gl.ij Mt Covers .
Only bits sponsored by the Florida ade at speeds sometime ex- assistant. The facilities now occupy trip to the east coast for visiting Convertible Tops
Citrus Commission and the FlorIda ] needing 60 miles an hour. I a suite of offices In Courthouse and relaxation la the Immediate Complete Selection of Fabrics

Fresh Citrus Shippers Association His progress through the city Annex. Number I with I future and I trip out Hicks Upholstering & Glass
which will get a pre. itself, however was slowed three full time deputies plus' a west next summer Shop
XEROXCOPYING I branch office In Lakeland staffed He said 1101 SIXTH IT, I.W.
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I Playoff Chargers Cop AFL Title Trouncing North Dy l'PI BANDY Sports PAttWE Writer

Until list Saturday, the Kentucky Dail
Vanderbilt basketball ,
I By South Stars game scheduled In Nashville to.

QB Starr Leads Alan MayerJrv7M7wfNBAABaffO.vf Lincoln Voted night was considered one of the SPORTS
HAVING TOUGH TIME By most important in the South.

Green Bay To I Most Valuable MOBILE Ala (UPIV-"It almost eastern Conference It still Is, Chief
killed us," said South but the reasons are a lot different -

Two Quick TDs AQm'V 4c rn MarSF+sa.MOff Player HonorSAN Coach Tom Landry of a new .
01 7Kf fALlf Ali rule that prevented his Rebels I Now, It'. a matter of simple
MIAMI UPI ,, e iFA'Asc rAbw'TR'CfMt.t from routing the Yanks in the survival because both teams
( ) Bart Starr YfSWtY DIEGO, Calf (UPI-
Ira o s
15th annual All.Star Senior Bowl lost Saturday for the tint time
was at the peak of his game /7NAA'/Armss/wF 4'F nfi'JI The San D le g o Chargers game this year and the losses were Gator Cagers Upend Tulane

and Jimmy Brown wn far +u'', a / t>7m-AM' WrL re's reigned today as champions of "It's\ good for this type of to conference opponents ,
from it. That just about turni adf tec4 Ah'SERrSOI the American Football League. game," he conceded. But ai far Georgia Tech beat the tt>p.

up the story of the Green BayPackers' ,. LK'O A/EAA'A77f# 47 ANO Em-; sq The Chargers won the title sa his National Football League ranked Wildcats, 7667, while Meet LSU In Action TonightBy
Tennessee beat ..Ixth.renk..dVlndl'rbllt
40.23 victory over the Sunday by smashing the Boston er.(NFL" ) la concerned: "No nev 57SS. It was the

Cleveland Browns In the Nation. I" Patriots 51.10 In the annual Those words were echoed by tint Ion for Kentucky in 11
rmno M. MOFFIT LSU, and Georgia at Tulane.
al Football Leigue'i Playoff championship game between North Coach George: Wilson, gamea. Tennessee's seventh
SAY fRANCSCOYWLt in Sports Writer Tennessee will be host to Phil
win broke Vanderbilt's15game
Bowl game. the Eastern and Western Division whose fulltime job Is coaching straight
To the crowd of 54,921 In the CNr4MBfRLA/N t' y leaden. the Detroit Lions in the NFL, winning streak which The top. ranked Kentucky lips 66.Georgia.
6I The rule designed to keep the extended over two aeasoni. : Tech, which hn beaten
I Meats take the 6th-ranked
NORMALLY Mf A r1V on
entered
Orange Bowl and to a nitidn- The Patriots the
six out of their
Another lois tonight would be Kentucky
OAA9e NAAr4YE score close, almost allowed the
wide television audience, It appeared I MA:r7 Y'BE game boasting the league's finest North to stage a breathtaking extremely harmful to any conference Vanderbilt Commodores tonight last nine games, turned the

that the Packers give fxAGrLYAyiavsviccvws i defense, but the running of come from behind victory. hopes. I In Nashville, Tenn, but the trick Saturday night with a cool

a fine performance In this bat. /ASOOD A6aV rl1l >S FOR 1 7 Y Keith Lincoln and Paul Lowe, "But there wasn't enough While Kentucky and V.nder'l game lacks the glamor it held display i of ball control and free-

tIe of the NFL'i two runnerup Ear ;:'L'ir'IflNI \\ and the passing of Tobin Rote time," said Wilson whose Yankees bilt were losing Saturday, unbeaten barely 48 hours before. throw accuracy Coolest Yellow
UCLA the nation's Jacket of them all was team
I ( AFORE 7WA1'AACORRIS lost 2821 before 37,000 second
It had been figured that to-
teami. ;,, '""" .#$ and John Hadl sent Boston spectators on a rainswept field ranked team, defeated captain R. D. Craddock, a foot-.
To Vince Lombardi!, GreenBay' ""INtS,1M6' back to the drawing boards to after trailing 281 in the fourth Washington State, 12177. night's meeting between these 11 junior, who directed floor

perfectionist coach, there rAE ttT 9140 Va4ts l prepare for next teason. quarter. Third.ranked Loyola of Chicago two high ranked teams would play and scored 23 points.

wn a flaw. "we* n* tcoxe** Lincoln, voted the game's The rule allows the trailing the defending NCAA match pair of perfect recordsIn Cotton Nash, Kentucky and
,MI Ai0 Sid OffM team the option of whether it champion, beat Morehead State what would be the key to conference scoring leader, did
defense be most valuable 56
"No summed
up we EAR / I player, ran wanted a kickoff or receive 127.85. The Ramblers' city rivals this season's Southeastern Conference not have one of his better
soberly ffof/fa fo rr*#0X.& Mrfl'Z'w1t1:1"k y I yards to set up San Diego's after a score. It played a major DePaul, beat Western Kentucky race.Tonight's nights. He scored 20 points,

Jimmy Brown could hardly I :' 'I 1 P +, ? first touchdown and 67 yards to role In keeping the South 9982. It was DePaul'i : winner will still be about\ 10 below his avenge, but
agree with Lombardi.! The A" ". fpwANEAOpt score the second before Lowe from routing the North. In the ninth straight! win. favored to capture the SEC hit on only six of 11 field goal

Browns blockbuster, first pro I r1 tJi ,U,1.Patterson dashed M yards around right second half, the Yanks got off Fourth ranked Michigan crown; but those perfect records attempts and only eight of 14
i 34 plays to the Snulh's four. opened its Big Ten schedule free throws. Nish showing his
back to lain a mile in one sea- end to give San Insurmountable went down the drain In a
ion, was held to 61 yards in 11 j 4 Diego an The winning Rebels each pick with an 8573 win over North. pair of Saturday night upsets. frustration against the tough
carries by the Packeri. 21-7 lead In the first up $900 from the Senior Bowl western. Big Ten defending Kentucky stumped its toe on Tech defense, fouled out late lathe

"We didn't have a special quarter In the first professional game champion Ohio State used a arch nemesis Georgia Tech 76- game.

defense let up for him," Lorn- Rote dominated the second for ex-colleglate. stars The 32-point performance by Gary 67 at Atlanta while Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt was I point ahead
bards said after the game. "We In CombackTry and third quarters, throwing 14 losers each got $700. At least Bradds to beat Wisconsin 101-85. whose IS game winning streak with 15 seconds left to play
didn't think It was necessary. and 46 of the SO boys who participated I In other Big Ten games, Iowa was the nation'i belt for major when A. W. Davis, Tennessee's
48 yard scoring to
After all, w. normally have a passes have signed pro eon- beat Indiana, 72.71; Illinois college teams, wn edged 57-33 II foot-7 junior, sank a pair of
pretty good defensive team." Don Norton and Lance Alworth tracts. The South now has a beat Michigan State 17-68; and at Knoxville by dark-hone Ten. free throws to hand the Vols,

Starr's preformance won him Tonight In Sweden respectively Hadl took over In 10-5 series edge.Vauller Minnesota defeated Purdue, nessee. 82 over all, their seventh

the game's most valuable player the final stanza with a 25-yard (793. I Elsewhere In the SEC Saturday straight victory, Davis and Danny
award by the unanimous touchdown ton to Lincoln anda Penncl Fifth-ranked Cincinnati, which night, Auburn squeezed Shuns had 20 and 23 points
vote of the writers who covered one-yard scoring plunge. had beaten eighth-ranked Oregon I past Mississippi State 64-63 In for the Vols while the high

the contest. Starr completed 15 STOCKHOLM (UPI) It'. dropped to eighth among contenders The Boston defense, which Selected For '63 State Friday, lost the re ;: overtime, Florida! banded Tulane scorer In the game wn 6-foot-9

of 18 passes for a total of 239 "win or retire" for Floyd Pit- by the World Boxing had allowed the opposition an turn to the Beaters, 8261. It ill 10th straight loss 86-79 Vandy mph Clyde Lee with 25.
yards and three touchdowns.And average of 79 yards a game on Amateur AwardNEW was the worst defeat for Cincinnati Alabama beat Mississippi 81-77 John BUckwell's free throw In
WBA be
in his latest Association ( ), hopes
terson In the last
tonight six
even though Lombard! the ground all year, was turnedin years. and Louisiana State topped the closing seconds of overtime
complained about looseness in comeback fight against Sante that a successful European and out by San Diego for 318 YORK (UPI) Pole Seventh-ranked Davidson won Georgia 8163. gave Auburn Its victory over defending

the defense, the crowd enjoyedthe Amontl of Italy here In the Johsnneshov campaign against Amonti, Karl yards rushing and an overall vaulter John Fennel, who admits an Important Southern Conference All members of the Dixie champion Mississippi
barrage of eight touchdowns Indoor Stadium Mildenberger of Germany Henry 610 yards an average of 102 he had I "jumping complex game, 0382, over defending Dozen except Georgia Tech see State which Is now 47 for the

two field goals and a safety the enthusiastic Cooper of England and the yards a play.Coacbei even when I wn little," champion. West Virginia. action tonight. The schedule, sesson. Florida trailed Tulaneby
Starr by far had the betterof "I promise like will boost him into a challenging Sid Glllmin of San today wn jumping with joy Ninth ranked Duke drubbed headlined by the Vinderb'.lt-! five points, 40.35, at halftime
bin duel with rival quarterback Swedish fans that If I don't win" positionPalmer Diego and Mike Holovak of over his selection ss winner of North Carolina State, 91-70, but Kentucky dish, Includes Alabama but swept on to wiDth\ 21-polnt
Frank Ryan, si well ai this time. I'll retire for good, Boston termed the win a well- the 1963 James E. Sullivin Villanova (No. 10) did not play at Mississippi State, Auburn performances from Brocks Hen

with the ruining efforts of announced year-old Fatter- deserved effort by the Chargers Award. Saturday at Mississippi, Florida at derson and Dick Tomllnson.
Brown son, the only man who ever TrailsIn but amazingly! none of the "I'm completely thrilled\ and In other Important games, St.
Starr itched the NFL record won the world heavyweightcrown Charger scores came on breaki. overwhelmed," laid the 23.year Josephs (Ps) defeated disappointing '
twice-and lost it twice. old tenior from Northeast Ituliiana New York University
for the longest touchdown Open Tourney Boston did not fumble and had
Floyd of Starsdsle, N.Y., State College after being 82-76; Wichita best Drake,
pass, a .,ard flip and run to two passes intercepted, neitherof
fighting for the first time since notified that he had finished 67-49, In a Missouri Valley Conference .
ANGELES UPI-Paul
Tora Moore which, while it LOS ( which effected the icoring. HOWareYOURBRAKES
|,doMnt count In the record champion Sonny Listen again Harney quit the rich pro golf Lincoln, despite playing only first in the voting for the most Game; St. Bonaventurebeat
knocked him out in the first coveted of amateur ath Duquesne, 9795; Temple
;tookJ was something to see. tour after the 1961 campaign so lightly more than half the prize
standing in Us own end lone round of their return match list he could settle down and send game ran for 206 yards a club Ides beat Navy, 6(159, end Seattle
[tan faked line-busting JimTaylor July, declared: his four children to school. record and a championshipgame "I never thought I'd be se ended Arizona State's S2-game ?
[ !tato the middle and then "It's my big dream to win the But today he must be won record. lected. Although I had always home win streak with a 10096 ,

juried a pitch to Moore at the title again and I'll, do my. best dering if it was a good Idea. Rote, a veteran of 15 yean, coveted the significance/ of the.ward" victory I
S3. Moore, lugged an the way to make it come true: The slender, 110 pound swinger was called by Gillman "the added the only man
v 1 down the sidelines for the Swedish sportsmen believe from Sunset Oaks Country greatest quarterback to ever ever to clear 17 feet in the pole College Ef Pulling' to Left or Right?

, '1m.', outstanding feature. he'll begin the drum successfully Club near Sacramento, Calif., take a snap from center" His vault. "In fact even after I
There was a defensive gem, I and they've nude him a went into the final round of the play-calling faking were almost learned I bad been nominatedfor BasketballBy [!5 Have to pump?
too, when the Browns marched 5-1 favorite to whip the stocky. rich Los Angeles Open golf faultless si was Gillmnn'i the final voting this year,
M yards to a first down on the biack-haired former coffin maker tournament holding a one-itroke plan to fake the end sweep to I never realized I had a chanceto United Press International

Packer one-and couldn't hammer from Breads, Italy, in their lead over the field. itop Boiton's blitz and set up win." South
It across in four all-cit scheduled ID-rounder. Last fall he came out of his trips through tickle I I Pennel received 185 first Florida M Tulane 79Clemmn !
Patterson, long an idol of place votes and total of 17 Wake Forest (1 0 1P
shots at the line. They gave the self imposed exile to spend a Alworth, voted the league'smost a 1,11 ,
great Jim Brown two shots and Swedish fans because of hit couple of weeks In the Eiit valuable player, was held points In the balloting of 824 Georgia Tech 71 Kentucky 67
two victories over Swedish In- sportsmen, who liked to Davidson 93 W Va 82
were
his 228 pounds were stopped where he finished one shot out to four receptions, but official '
cold. Ernie Green smacked In gems Johansson !in their three of first place in both the National to a man praised hli ability I select the American amateur Gullford 90 Wesleyan 60
world title fights, Is such a box and the Thunder.bird The defense athlete who "by performance, N. Car 78 Notre Dame 68 % 9
: there twice with hli 210 pounds Open wn equally superb
: and both times wn held with office magnet here now that police classic and won $15,000. Boston quarterback Babe I example and good influence did Wm & Miry 68 Furmin 60
gain. The Packers took over were called Sunday when "I'm allowed to play only Parllli hit on 14 of 29 panes for the most to advance the cause VMI 83 Florida St. 72
-and no Starr uncorked that W- thousands of fans rushed to a eight tournaments a year," be IN yardi, but he and Tom I of good aportamanship" in 1963. Norfolk St. 85 No. Car. A&T 71 OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL f:00 P.M.
ticket office that was erroneously Hawaiian welghtlifter Tommy Fisk 82 Morhouse 59
"And thats enough. Yewcic thrown
yard touchdown play. says. were for 42
reported by radio to have I Kono was in the voting Tennessee 57 Vanderbilt 55 .
runnerup
he carved brilliantly
Before It was over Starr also Sunday, out a yards attempting to pass. This
200 fight tickets left. for the third straight Auburn 84 Mississippi 63
pitched a 15-yard scoring pan executed 66 on the windy factor allowed the Patriots only year,
Although Floyd has been totaling 140 first place votes South Carolina 70 Virginia 62 /
to Max McGee and a three. Rancho course to post a 209 total two serioui offensive drive.,
yarder to Ron Kramer Stirr'i That was one stroke ahead one for a touchdown and one and 931 points Sprinter Bob Richmond 67 Citadel IS
I Hayes of Florida A&M "theworld' Duke 91 No. Car. St. 70
of Bobby Nichols and Jimmy for a field goal ,
yerd
also let up a one- Gator Gridders
passes i fastest human" Ar. High<< Point 90 Newberry 80
touchdown plunge by Moore and Clark. Jay Hebert, the bachelor Boston halfback Ron Burton ,
a two-yird scoring dive by Post Good Fall from Louisiana, had a fine 67 perhaps summed up the game nered 14 first place votes and Loyola (La.) 105 Murray St U BRAKE
628 points to finish third Louisiana St. It Georgia 63
Taylor Rounding It out, Jerry for 211. And at 212 came the best "It was one of the best
Kramer kicked five extra points School Record king of golfers, defending cham- games we played all year," he Fourth In the voting wn hurdler I/iulaville 69 Memphis St. 57
and an eight-yard field goal. pion Arnold Palmer, Al Geiber- ssld, but his team lost by 41 Hayes Jones of Detroit, DePaul 99 W. Kentucky St, 82 ADJUSTMENT
followed by Mrs. Muriel ambling 103 Southern U. 97
gymnast

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touchdown panes GAINESVILLE With 52 ger and Canada'a Al Eliding. points.
Ryan pitched
Davis Grossfeld of New Haven Miami (Fla) 108 Rhode 1,. 81
to Rich Kreithng and Bob boys making above a 2.0 average
Conn., swimmers Donna De Tenn A&I 95 MscMumy 65
also of Florida football He What W Do
Crespino and bit aerial University ,. *
RING SURPRISE Varona of Santa Clara, Calif., .Denlmn II Adrian 48
scoring players posted one of their a By Alan MoverMAI
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Toe) Grora field goalGIL This wn announced Saturday EittEOfGR/FFITN of Arlington, Va, and dmrus LaGrange<< 80 Mercer 7 i* points and a 35-yard by head football coach and WfL1'lRWF6HTcl1AMO champion Jay Silvester of Tre- Transylvania 71 LJpsco db 53 JrRipaek Front Wheel Bearing
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athletic director Ray Gravel.
Grade average of the top 31 ALL 4frfa4 92 Brandels 51
Florida gridders of the fall was THE LAD AfI National Bliketbid Ainorlatlon Holy Croat 82 Dartmouth 5*

HALL BUICK 2.28 out of a possible 4.0 High 4'AMf fNE MAN 727aNNER IYNO = '' rHURRCANESOXNQWRTfRS' By United Press International LaSalle Boston U II 71 Pennsylvania Northeastern M 6T
men again was tackle John
CARTER Eastern DlvUloaW. Wagner 19 Hartwlck 71
Whitley, who made hit second
announcesappointment straight perfect 40 in a pre pAYNER TNAr/f- 4TAfrAnf L, Pet Queens 54 CCNY 53AdelphI
law course in the University Asr, if/NQ /4' THE Boston 26 T .7U 91 N.Y. Tech 7S I
of College. 5ELlpTED/ 5SNTIR AS LEADNG963 Cincinnati 27 14 619! Rutgers (Newark) M Hunter 73

Grade average of the Blue Q'TNafcR. 'o l d' Philadelphia II 11 .SOf Connecticut 73 Manhattan 17 I I
team, which started against el! WHO New York 12 II .279 Slippery! Rock M Csl St(Pa.) 521

USED CARMANAGER FSU, wn 230. The second unit 6175 SLAOOEQ'Z'4 Wen<*n Division" Fairleifh Dickinson 79 LIU 33
averaged 2.51 and r Canlsius 98 Boston Coll. U
of that game /IANOID FMLfr Lei Angeles 25 11 .dvd I
the point average of all upper A'i5 FiRSTKO. St. Louis 23 II .561 Grove City 73 Geneva 17THINH
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Tops among freshmen grid- w/ Baltimore 12 25 .324
dire wn Bill McBride of Lees- Detroit
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burg, who made a JM In the RO/ND OAA' BRAND NEW Famous for Quality
University College. Bmdsy's Results
OYIR fAyIVS'54Y
,' There were no academic a BDUfACw4AA'11R Cincinnati 111 Baltimore 108 !
casualties among vanity or #0/i r' %rARNY'fN New York 142 Philadelphia 118 VirestonQNYLON
freshmen gridden. perhaps sn MAAII St. Louis IK Detroit 99
all.time high at the University. WHO WOULD S! Los Angeles 97 Boston 93 ..10tS
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End 2.00 Lynn Matthews Philadelphia 123 Baltimore 111 Sun Acres WHITIWALLI 12 MORI

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honnlng renter) Space for offlt'''*, TELEVISION REPAIRS
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2nd MortgagesAlso .Commercial etc. available for lea*. 10 call ua at once FMC RhAl.TYINC 110000 DOWN CB til hnme month. BR.
Ml Spirit Lake Rd., Jan-Phvl
8CREF.N ENCIXSURB: AWN- FH A. FINANCING
Agreements of II. 293-2171. 21-TF
TedarFer CONTACT INCS ALUMINUM DISCOUNT CHARLES: McroMir. .Re,. Broker
bought, sold or arranged SALES CO. INC CY S-5S94 231 2113-2648

: FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. bIb 8t, EW. U-Jan. 12 STARLIT 29 Years Residential ] $20008:! DOWN ,13BEDROOM. -,

1EOOO MONTH
OF WINTER HAVEN
Two 3-bedroom home lOP ..I.. I bath with aepar
Tear
Sit Central Ave. CY 1-5151 QUALITY CLEAN CARS IIIIVISIOM' :SEnyiibl' Mortgage Loans One at 1320 OtIs St. NE.: Wlnte' tu dining room. Air conditioned

; ALTY/ -p.yli Hit. TV $.r"f. .,...' Haven Wahneta and FIRST one at MORTGAGE 113 Hth 81. OF W. llvlnir kitchen and appliance dining room Included.carpeted Large

((3)) Situation Want.d 15' 2.ult.. s.w; cy ..., a a e e makes monthly WINTER HAVEN, 513 W. Centra, lot hai ateel fencing, shuffle boardcouree.
hallow and
BOB CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bank flnanclnir payments easier . 293-6151-293-90BS. :21-?? well pump.
RAM Op." t A.M ..t..M.JORDAN'S For |i>rm. to cult you, call own.rCY
-New HoBdir Balrdo"CMDtrr AUTO BALES. (SI National Insurance .
led we represent S-M60 or CY S-H268. 4-TF
8t. SVf. 24-1374. S-Jan 1
Ctafc Bcaity Sal|_ WHITE.. woman wtihe position* with 1 Lester ft Grace Atherton, MealIer Companies Savings BRICK front reeldenra hi core!-
week housekeeplna
d. ;
I rntron lube. 3 bedroom 1 bethaOverlooking ,
Dunde Rd. CY 3-1639 children or other. Phone CY M47S & Loan Funds; also Lake Hartridr.e
161J
S-10 Attractive Homes
31-Jan. T VACUUM CLEANERPARTS TV SALES SERVICE FIR approved mortga 818 100 00. Schoentnaler Co

AI'IOICTKOva' MOTEL 13 unit. 3 old. NORTH GATE SHOPPING 294-3123. M
yean
ALCOHOLICS QUALIFIED (ecretary wlehea Sat"rdav gees; providing money
741447lleethvr employment by Individual 170000 US,000 down Best .Location CENTER For Nothing Down
*. ,..,..,.,.. I li P K. .., firm Contact Boa A-1367 *v IB Winter NaveL CY 3-C37, ft SERVICE for Klrby, Phone 293-8601 sources for lowest closing
County Health Departmea* N....chl.l. 331M l-TF Hoover El etrolu. and all oth- FASTEST TV SERVICE SOUTH cost more favorable In- VACANT
1 bedroom*, 1 baths, family mom
3rd St. ud .... D. NW ir. Proc. pickup delivery and estl-. 13JUPHOLSTERING terest rates, or longest built-in. : own and rani, central oIlheat. 1
IS55 28th St. NW
..0. BOI lOll 00fI SALES EXECUTIVE mat. REYNOLDS VACUUM terras . each loan payment approximately 145monthly.
AVAILABLE: AT YOUR OWN ((9-A) Furnitur. CLEANER!: SERVICE.: Phon Let ui chow you the*.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY FlfJURE.: Provldln awoctatlon I. CY 34383. Ml tailored to your your 2 BR. 1 bath home, itove, ref.! today

needs . . .
.
30
aareeable. Rettrlnc" from year &
: : drapes $::50 per month.
connection Movlnc Winter Park DINING TABLE and 4 chain with . perhaps you desire $100.00 DownYou

r. J-Jr, convincIng February. credentials Capable, dependable Active:: 0.Ro.idont ., after pod W and 00 p china.m. or cabinet.see at UIO 2D1-3K78: nth DAY NURSERY FINE PERT UPHOI.STERIN3 REFINISHING. Complete- EX. to refinance . Price $50 per month.

---- M107 W. Oakland RH St.. SE.!: ..12 courteous attention to ran own !four home, pavment
fabric election WOLFS UPHOLSTERY 1 ACRE of land. unfurmshed
Large
Bay VUlax. 44140, Ohio. 4-1 ot SOS 65 monthly arocheepe r thin
.1 ---- HAPPY TIME KURSERY sHOP 114 Avenue A. your request 3 BR. frame house 1 rent moot ann t bedroom. Coma

s9.ufl'v Js..6rv Wk I."... ((4)) Lost & Found ([I 10)) Articles For Sale 430 ...HOT. c. SECT SB.!: CY 1-2710 Day-Night.D c. U-Jan. loan.prompt service on your bath Price Vi$2,500.cash. Payments $50 la and let ui show them to you.


OUR MOTTO
USED TV BETS A* I*. Take TOWN & COUNTRY VARNER REALTY
Tender Love It Care
11.J... 17 LOST key In vicinity" of rent Office pick. 11000 each. Johnson Painting Papering
Reward. Return to NewsChief. 31-TF- Appliance.your Lake Alfred. 172-11:11.: tt-TF MORTGAGE CORP. 14 6th St., NW CY 3-1454
Repairing
I-Tr founded In 1960- TYLAITEE
(I.A) Instructions 5-8
277 Magnolia CY 3-1141
LOST Winter Haven Railroad Station. JACK a JILL NURSERY -
14' blue nipper bag addressed UPED: REFRIGERATORS: . Month I YeareMonday L J. McCOY Quality workmanship INCOME PROPERTY 4 Volt
ARE YOU IN A RITT START to F. A. rtunwnhauser.:: Xante Washer Dryer thru Saturday 1...,. clean and reaaonabla. Apartment houae. completely' furnlshed
Winter Haven. Reward. Phone HA Prone.TV Seta Stereo 133 A... C. Phone CY -6580.. Ill 4th for the price ot a home a CEACI "TJIE8TOf
THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT MS7S. Dundee. 3-3 Air Conditioner Reconditioned SE. Street Jan-Phyl Villas 17-TF Well 'located on larre Ill I 167 1-10
hilly uaranteed Term. CY 111&2"T 13)) Real Estate For Sale lot. Han good rental history Own
Make a revolution now to enroll In LOST: Brown and whit Chihua. From $3SBH ft Up. JOHNSON or sellln for health reason.
I h".. m.le. IH year rlrtt frontpaw APPLIANCES Lake Alfred .1 GENE COOPER. RKa. BROKER BY OWNER LESNICK!: : PARK
WINTER RAVEN bindaited. answer* to Ruaiv Phone 372-1133 Nile I7315DO13TF: SWIMMING POOLSCLEAR. Lake Alfred FR 1-1636. U 2,500 8Q. I'?. Split leyel 4
BUSINESS COLLEGE ". REWARD. Call CY 1-6:1110: or DAILY ..1IroSIJIIQ bedroom 1 bath. 3rd bath and
Central Florid Mobile HomeivRufua FOR SALE 1-Bedroom home. Built office roughed In. Antique brick
Brown.rrliM OETS CCXfLTa In kitchen. Nearly n.". M.BOO 00 and red wood '
WINTER TERM BEGINS PURE!: AIM pool heat- \K aiding. Dlnlnc room
FOUND ON Will 5* NW LIGHT oak Silverton 3 speaker raw THE: LOW cost era and automatic chemloml. feedera CY 4,2631 JWaa. 1 foyer. large kitchen paneled Fla.room. .

JANUARY 13, I'" Identify and pay for .". Call CY Hi-Fi with Granco AM.KM Phone anvtima CYPRESS 135,600 Approximately (3000
M i amviCE: DIHRCTUUT POOLS CY 3-7986 lIT LOVELY LARGE I Bedroom Spanlah Down CT S-6918. 3-"
.......I.rI.l. Accounting.\ IBM It... 1-alU. tuner. Call HA 2-3250. IMF E Type home Cypress Garden
punch (taulht llva and tvplnialtered LOST ( month old Beagle pup ; Area Florida Room. Centra
Call now for an application py. Tan. white and black Answers RUBnKR STAMPS For Check r Heat 111,600. CY l-OOli. l -TF BUILDERS TRADE ;
294-I161 or com by to name "Sons'". Reward endorsement tlrnatur .
KH7L *-1 I other also dating
CY purpose 3 bedroom
I lath Florida
BUSINESS WINTER COLLEGE HAVEN ""l'mp**. .STAR. aeal PRRM. .Phone. pock"1tamp CY& ((10-A) Boats & Motors ((12)) For Rent Furn. R NEAR SCHOOLS Room in I first, class,neighbor.

633 Avenu. B. NW ((5)) House Trailers '-' : 1S1 Ay*. A. NW. TF ; 0N bedroom 1 bath, double tar hood with beach and chain-o-

iM-Ja. It PLATFORM ROCKERS '. Floor If LYMAN Boat SI HP motor, SEASON ONLY Attractive, port, big family room and this lakes access. Drapes, range
elerlrlc, start and tilt trailer. clean l-bedroom apartment Electric excellent location Ave. M dishwasher and Irrigation
Sample 11115 SAVE K%. Helen WhltleySpaclousnest on system
MUST SACRIFICE: BECOZ OF 35COOO. 372-1313. .-. kitchen relied heat carporte.
FREE rLACEMENT T
HEALTH 11 00 D o w I 'I 00 per week 130: lib 8t SB. M SE between all grades of art only s few of the fine

SERVICE Trailer 1 I 211 A cabana 111 tIt :II WAREHOUSE!: FURNITURE: 1C CARTER Kraft windshield, top --- -- schools and the new Southeast features Included in this
To Graduates of carportI J ocIr. llvlnir dlnlner. CO. 32 41 h 8\. NW. 37-1 leepa two built-in tableR two FURNISHED Rental I'.u"nol prevails In this S
kit bath all furnished Verycosy. folding chain, U HP Johnaon motor A year rotund. ATIERTONRF.ALT. Plaza Shopping Center. horn .... Call
PADGETT B tree*, stepnln ANTIQUE Wine Back Chain.Piniure conlrola. tank battery, HI W. Central Aoe CV412e4. bedroom 2 bath Lakefront
.tone*. r.'bor 58.100 Interested? ',.m... Whale oil lamps trailer. Like new, tlOM gator coat 2t-TI' home. Extras Include fireplace $700 Down and $117 per Month JOHN 6. WOOD & ASSoc.
,
and many other article Call CY
: Real E.tateCY
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL CALL Mill 8UTCUFFB or CY "- ::111. 3-1 44131. Aft*{ I.00 p.m. CY 3-7311 1231)000: R F Darling, Indian 1-BEDROOM=1c.ne, ,. Air conditioned oven t range dishwasher. Air BUlLDER.DEVELOPERZ93Z517
___ _
flannel for 5-TI Lake Estate. Fla. Phona Indian TV Near shopping l and conditioning; W h 11 sand Call M3-8338
Lake 3-1133. f-10 beach. ORBIT MOTEL 560 SIb Bt, I
BROKERS AND SALESMEN MOBILE LIVING NW. CY 1-8371. U-TF beach. AU this for 122.900. JOHN G. WOOD A ASSOC. 8-10

CANDIDATES AT ITS BEST White Zlsr-Zai SEWING portable.: MACHINE Like new. (I II I) Wanted To Rent 'I Eves. It Sun. CY a.nos 213-251T ... 03-1338 MODERN 3-REDROOH: RETIRD.
Make buttonhole
Beginning 7 r.M. TwedaT, mormKrenwithout BEDROOM prlveite bath outsld WENT HOME. Florida
Why nnt liv. hi a four pIer park 01... stterhments. Tskepaymenia I entrant702: 7th St. NW Furnlshed 6 J1;. kitchen cell heat room.
JAB 14th At Haven Hotel lovely lake* On. that bee 1-10 and air condltloner .
on a W 22. Call CY ,
apartment. 7M Ay D. 8W grapefruit
4Jui.6.FOR and
Call 293.0801 city type ewere fine drlnkln water : 4 .KARONAL: RKiSTAL WANTED trees, orange
11240 e-ekly CY 3-4S30. S-TF close-in 634
at Ave. .
direct power company 'UJ'I "'" I'U'J.. FOR SALE: l-bedroom home motel C. SuE
I.mI':: OPEN
114 : electrical Have proepect for 3 month rental 3-S. Priced for quick sale
new restaurant' and
for minimum recreation SALE loSe. 044'e. Intaand nf completely furnlehed, quality 1 to 1 BEDROOM buurnol&apart. equip by owner and builder. CY S-42M
with all the fun type ment. Beautiful landacape, lame
.. Coleman floor furnace.In Iea E4fcfc
Sal ..
facllltle Theee thln. and< more I 3-bedroom home atartlnit January nt.. Furnished Unfurnished. highway. frontage Doing 1100 (X) 6103BRHOME
ELECTRONIC SHORbaMOIttLB bark of Slat Farm InsuranceCo. 10 Should be within walking dietanc Yearly Seasonal ATKINS REAL
ere yo Lake Ida.
TILLAGE. Just fifteen I parking lot. of Denlaon Jr. HlKh Contact ESTATE. CY 4-1111. l -Jan. 11t I4 .000. Coral Motel ft Re*.

TRAINEES minute from Winter Haven. north BAR BRLLS eomnlete York blc Roy 11:. Thomai, SCHOKNTHALER: Uurant. Halnea City, HA 1-1871
ot the vllleie of like Alfred near 12': Special Mk offer. 11)12: 4 CO.. 14-3131 or 213-0644. 3-7 ROOM furnished a nrtment. Do.airable : WARREN SECKEL. Realtor i
Boe&(5A and choir location Mt-n.
17-40 la good health sincerely Rout 31 oa Mooely Ave. C. NE. 3-3
yean, 3- Setfert CY 1-0170 or CY 4-31M .
In preparlllilfor ISO Ave. !: 5- ELECTRIC HEATED Tent $7,900 I
intereited D. NE. 34 HOME. -
P72RSALE: Dinette eel. like I II-A For Unf.
( Rent furnlehed
)
I career In Electronici. Tuition I n.... end tablet. single bed odd WORKING Orlando Tired of buy "T", eah. Clo-ln.Entremely IK Avon food>
loin fund available for ( ) Moving & Storage dinhrc Other article. 211 Are A VILLAGE: OF GARDEN': drlvlnr bedroom, 1-bath, Flo-' C. I'll' :. H Truly an unusual value.
I:. Sit 3-7 APARTMENTS FOR PARTICULAR rIds mom. Reanonnhly priced. 148LonKfellow. You must see this horn
qualified applicanta. Job Interviewt l-BEDROOMS. t balha, den 14."wJ' PEOPLE; 1. 1 S bedroom CY 4-HB8. 3-1
while traininf. For SINGER SLANT-O-MATIC SEW-!: N Option, BOWEN MOTOR LODGE. Hwv. 11.Nolh. which features a large 120
IMPERIAL VOVTNO STORAGE. w.lnJi t'
Taken In Trade
INO MACHINE: In Console Late A REAL 23-Jan. 21 z 135' lot with shallow
further Information w r It. Prompt and efficient ervlc for model Balance, 1188 00 Payments. ESTATE: CY HI41. W3BEDROOMS well,
VANGUARD, 203 Spring St. all your movieS >**d.. Call 11000 monthly. Phone 24-123: after TWO ft THREK-Bedrooi: anil Country double garage and carporte.
CY 3-4IN for free animate 400 p,m. 3-10 1-bath. Florida room apartments. Furnl.h.d cad $58 Month
I separates dining room and
NW, Atlanta S, Ga. Arent for Atlaa Van Line.. Inc.wrvlnc room, big yard nice neighborhood uniurniahouL Via-ne CY 5-0142.: B Estate !
all SO atatea. 14-TF 1732 Oranxewood Ave. 8W, 22-J.n. 22 2 nearly new air condition. I Ierl.
HRATER. Coleman fuel nIl stain. 5T14n7 for I delightful 3 BR. Home
I.neboe I tank. thermoitot. fan, CY 4-2871. FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Close In 90 ft. wide lot. Total price Is $7,900 I
Wanted on a large Beau.
Help
((2)) ((6) Special I Services It 0fJ0 BTU. F.uceliontnonditioo. N. Lake Shine Pr' I bedronm '- EFFICIENCIES: and 1'y BLD- I with a down payment of I
) 190,00. WO 7-3tifiO, A"bllnd.I. 6-10 : tifully landscaped In quiet
unfurnuhed I J6SOO monthly ROOMS. Mce lame airy room Located on 100 i 300 ft. Tract. $800 and payments of $77.87
Ath.rton Realty t43 W. On- Convenleintly locate In Old PostslBuilding. neighborhood .
Very Attractive modern 2 bedroom
FOUR Duo-Corn Walkla Talkie teal Ave. CY 4-83114. 5-TF Call CY 3-8863 or CY per month. Located closein. I
WantedMechanics CUSTOM MADE DRAPES itltched AND 34000 each. Week dayi CY 5-1.101 3-4H7. S-TF 2 bath CB home. Fla. Drive by 3448 Ave. W, NW and To see this home call
ALTERATIONS Blind _
73,1 Carroll Ava SW 3 bedroom room plus large WORKSHOPand Mike Nolen
modern equipment :Bill Hickory unfurnlnhed store and retrlgeraor 1-REDRnOM boone, family kitchen. call today.
NW. CT .-,&&t. Mr, Edna: WASHING machine. wrtne.r typo 37500 monthly Atherton tile bath cloned uraice Near in addition a mOlt attractive e.e.c
_... 2S-J". 21 At cnndition CY 1-301.. 1-1 Realty 541 W. Central Aye Howard Johnaoa en 10th St.. MWCY completely furnished 1 bedroom LEIS BROS.
CY ":!II.. oTFATTRACTrVE I-671L 4-11
JV": THOMPSON BooKItEF.PrNllclElm ADMIRAL 11 cu. ft. refrigerator.Work I living-rm. kit. & bath Community

*: mmmc T W. Phone and look Ilka II'''. 175,00. : 1 bedroom a"" rI.r.r.J COTTAGE on Lake Pierre. Heat- apartment. Ideal to supplement REALTORS

Work where work Is being done Sill AT*. F 3-Feb. I Phone CY 3-8672 Monday 01-1 elderly and arare.party.. Clone-In Merle Brown For boat pump Rent televlilon.for tfaaoa.: fishing Call pier rV your income. Irrigation system, Development Co. 1200 Sixth St., NW

Outstsndmg commission Advise, CY 4-M78._ H 3-2311. 1-14 fruit trees. Owner leaving state (Opposite North Gate)
Build Repair Procure ACCORDION. 120 Bas. used I CY 34
pi III. Paid vacation. Good SvmpithlH Service" within coonapnbuIilIoe. & offers this excellent buy for
confidentially ...k.. 1 Witches rost SMV 00 still I BR. I bath horn. with 0 E. M-TF 294-3197
working conditions. Rendered hi (utrantee. 11M.00 or best rash built-in ranee A oven al.abreakfast furnlaheil I apertmenton only $22,000. Terms to be ar
and C. I. v Df.M
Intelligently. a r
offer Imm dlat.I,. Boa A-1W4 Eve. & San. 294-2832
298-6470. 1-3 bar La 1'1(. lot A good Drive Immediate ranged. IF you have given up trying. to
See Boris Belcboff New.Chlef. $17 -? residential area Walklnadi'tanc* occupancy. CY 3-1770 or CY find a home the entire family
PAINTING. Outilde. Inilde 10 Elhert Elementary School 3-1290.! S-TF r.n acre* on. for one laat try rail
P1!. dlnlnl room oeL $2500.Phon. 110. Phone McElroy Builder Beasley Realty Co. I
"Touch-up", what have you? 14 hurk B Froemke 284J123.uhoenthaler .
Ford Co. inonable with natlefactlon |uaranleed. CY 1-4211. 1S4-4SM. 31-TF Eiolunlve new LAKESIDE Apartment .. 4 Co. after a pm.
Hailey
CT S-5M4. ... *. Meal hoe tourist. Corner 134 SIb St., NW CY 12757 2934411) M 5.8
._ -- II 0010' day rental for FlectrleTarpet FOR RENT: WITH OPTION TO Uke Howard Drl... Till Aye D.
104 East Central Aye. 211-4111 WANTED Carpentry ."rlt. PaintIna Shsmpooer with purchaseof BUY 3-ReoYonm, 1-nath lint.... SVf. View of Iwo labeL Sunderk CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
end Rooflni. FREE ESTI Blue Lustre. John Buland Haniwere. with O.E:. built-in. SMI.00 per lime Li .Bwlneford. 3-4
37 MATES Ml-0443. 3-3 3-1 lonth with W* applied ...In.t
McELROY Bl'Il.rv. I
down payment
TEXACO Service. Station. m.n...,. NEW FLOOR SAMPLES Sofa ER9. 194-42M. 31-TF FURNIPHED epertmmt at 140Aoe.
Rare opportunity. No Investment Chain 2* tn choose : 7. SW. CV 1-7762. II-
Animals
nereMarv Everything furfltphedCommlulon ((6-A[ ) & Supplies from. SAVE: M*. r>. M 11)00 I BEDROOM HOrSB Cloee-ln .
$; deal Phone 3SWMI Dn.n. 33 SO per week WARE- .116 month I bedroom hou a Mh--lu;;;;; 101Anonue .
'n, appointment. HJXI'ERIEN"F.D HOl'XF! FURNITURE CO. 32 nth It? month. Dan Wlnlere builder I ... NE. biT! I...,;. '
FOR SALE!: 1I..lot...... Boxerpupplei. St. NW. 27-3 (-Y 8-1431 Jerry Mardle CYH11S. I .t \11', ; : 1
Can be come at Doty 37-TF Ft'RVISHBD rnttaia cm Sole. :
: waltreea for fond Farm 4 Garden Supply.' Phone ALL ADMIRAL PRODUCTS l liege living
and cocktail snook-I. Mont be 3-17311. .TY- Appliance' New Stereo Reeerd MPFPROOM: ewlv .redecorated I room CIIbo'dn ,:.nc.lalt,- bath.t .
Hex and dependable Apply 04.twoonlOOrm..ndlflopm 5 00.I .
Placer, TV. Radio, Ito.SAVE Kitchen fiimlnhed Jan-Phyli Ichta water lunloh lt
and old black MiniaturePoodle month. CY "-,3112. :29-TF Phone 293-5031. 33t
3 MONTH a
26 lo fitOh. Sold Up.WUF.HI'ItIllr. .
and 10.00
3 00 p m p.m.. SundownReitaurant.
I""
male, ISO 00. After I
MHavendal CY 1-4810. :2-TF FURNITURE Bedroom bath Florida room In BEDROOMS. Florida mom.Tatefully .
p.m. SALES. S3 Sub St., NW. 37-3 top condition. t 4 Work from Lake lnml.hert InrluitlncTV
NEED Cftunlor .1.1. sod eiioStrI. Howard Call Zella Fearaon. Lei I Adults. Bllt more Fhnree '100.I .
.. Apply Bur.r Xffii. 250 i TradeWE TAKE: OVER PAYMENTS 3room Bro. :2P4-31S7. 6-111 I TOWN COUNTRY REAL
Blvd.I 314.n. ((7)) To Buy or of fine furniture Including ESTATE. CY 3-1141. i-T

SUNDOWN Restaurant need experienced ranie 4 refrlierator. Used lee NICEcI.an furnlnhed;:; -U;:;; ;;;;;;: 3-i _
than days. ..... Furn.
SO p 2 For
per ((12)) Rent
cahler. Cau CY S-oTMt
for appointment. 1-TF : BUY need appliance and furniture SAVE 1400. WARF.HOUSR FURNITURE AU slit-trio. III .rt1 1&. N'iI ?
and
poll need
we appllanoe
31 17SPLANTS
CO. Ilk 8t. NW.
and furniture Brook
ELECTRONIC: !: TRAINEES See Appllaaceifc BEDROOM turnl-hed houM.Adulta .
T IN.TOWN flYING
Furniture 251 Havendala Blvd A'TrofD IIOEPNTIIL'RT.
Vaniruard ad under CIauIfIcatnnN only. Ineulre at Lake Id.G..t7 .
... 1A.WHITE. M 1-TF Pnaiolracne. Pniunie. Ceo 2M-W7T. 1-TF
.. ("AI.ndul. Pmnka, Cabbage ipaclou and spotless one bed- or call
and Collarda .2IW ,., du....
: woman to do dlmlfled the !
aelllnc) telephonlni* from ewe ((8)) omotive SHAW at traffic light Elolee room and efficiency apartments ONE' Newly Decorated fumbledepeetmentA
home. Boar ileilble. Phone 5-10 completely furnished Including Ill Avenue B. SB ; 01 CITRUS DRIVE S.E.
17-TF
CY S-100S.
":H"I. S-Ia
ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bed garage. Short walk to
WANTED Ma who can build SPEEDOMETER Tachometer.Complete Hlithchalr Chain Saw everything. Moderate yearly 1ST FLOOR apartment. Clean. S BEDROOMS I BATHS LARGE SPACIOUS

.... model of bulldln* Meet be service and new cable Floor Polisher. V' no IT and seasonal rates. aulel. wlklnadletaar* t.. "' LIVING ROOM FAMILY ROOM ATTRACTIVE
killed* Phone 2S4-31M day L A J Service, 1S3 SIC It., S*, RENTALS 3601) Av*. O. NW II'-TF lake. Reamnable. Adult
CY 3-SS71 ayenuui*. _3-T CT .... 1-TF ...nu. .. NW. : --I CORNER LOT IS illS ATTRACTIVE PRICE:
30 AIIP AC WeldIng m.rhbna.; JORDAN APARTMENTS
1100 Cell 3ohneoo Appliance nod COTTAGE': fumbled 1 monroe AND TERMS.
IMS OLDAMORTLR 1 IV. RT 114 11 6th St. r.W 234-27S7
CLyCI rr katk All utllttle Nrnlihed
Iron Work FR 3-113: '1-7
,
Vent Radio heater
nice air
!IUUM llreel eettled couple laono Shown
--- er
--- By Appointment
tb.... blue. by speeding a',,, condition Johnenn PR. PS,Lake"0cm.r.Alfred ANTIQUE: Bed complete Chest month lilt 1 .... U KK. CY I-\IJI:..

Appliance '17Il ot drawer eight eland marble CHAIN' of LAKES ."p,...*. CY 3-SOfO. Atherton
543 W.
Realty Central Ave. CY
aerylnf an Avon t.rntnrJ' 4-3284
hour tally op, lamp. Platform. rocker. la. Acrommodate 1 te 4 por000l.Swimming. LAKE ALFRED Clean .... ...1
Writ ..0. Ion 11H Lake- POnD "'Irlan. 11I1I\ AT.. ItAH.I1ItII family 114 yean Excellent conditto Oehliif. beating Weekly upetnir awn-tmeiM. *UM> fe*
\ 110, .m.11 d"wn moment *, lam: no. Phone Indian Lake and nvmihly mIen' ',-",. ad'ilti alt millet awl nee
.laM ., call smin. *-> tab 00 e loon,II '56 Chunromnt' I Catalu 3-U39. Mr*. R. f. P rlm3lt AM. Starr Cotta Uotal CY I I.aut. tauwlrjr leone iacJudetl fa 3->
los truck. 104000. CY J-11M. 3-4 HF i-*

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Monday, :January S, 1 1944 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS'=Hlt -WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Pao/ Nine

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I The Lighter Side U'L ABNER'i, / VO1 KNOWS HOW THEM AH rS AH HAlNT PERMITTIN'ASHAMED
-sHivt*' s uooenrJMK NOTWIpJ." AH COULD
M3 GIT RIGHT OUTA PRODUCTS'' '' OlOMAMMy SMASH OUR WAY
Classified GROWS. OUXA
::
THAR.
Advertising
DICK WEST meeting but VCXUKPO1
By no one present THIS,WIFOOE HANOUTTHCV

United Press International knew how an orgy wn conS PERMITTIN' CLAIM IT 5

ducted TMET WOBTH MOB >JOUR

WASHINGTON (UPI-I) keep In fact, tome of them thought r ; -! IDIOT UFES r-o-V MUCH

reading these novels about au that they had been Invited to 15.'. MGREF

[((13)) Real Estate For Sal ((13)) Real Estate For Sale and sin la suburbia and they an organ concert, So we played ) te x

make me want to sue my real charades Instead, .

BEAUTIFULGARDEN RETIRE!: IT* aa lectrle horn. state agent I feel that 1 have Somewhere la I the land there 2 e.PLA 1 /

Clean "JwNEi''ria: Half-cull. BY Avenu been cheated.
c. N E. U ai the novels lr.dir.at
[ GROVE The house he sold me Is indisputably But I'm convinced that the average .

FOR BALK: silos Rant An. suburbanite r.-
In the suburbs but thinks a
Near Cypress Girdrnii :! Modern I tearoom home II pecidillo
loO Don $50 per month best I can teU the area is ale is some kind of relish
CY MOU
4TFNICE most totally devoid of bank

I panky legal'
!! l-bedroom wood horn for Advertising -
..1.. Ha. tan yard Will sell l lfurnlnhcd I moved out there expecting

or unfurn *hed. $ OQ.00 to find material for a book of THIS IDS' WMCREWIIY ARE 00(1hNDON I THE TUNNEL EASY siceytwfNr
--- down and take iin morutM of la Th. rireult ('...... Teeth AND 11150163,10551.Pass0o0s STRAIGHT I) t, {? SES BAN.CJMf .
a (5600. Call CY 10777. 1.5 my own. And I have But who 4ndliUI, rirrilt la Aid ... Tstm mcnoINSIDt TtPRIS OF i/tACaE' AHEAD aaCK1HERCt Oar OFF,
wants to read a book about Pak (....,. Flerlda THAT TUNNEL ANO THREE WlLt ro CANT8usr0S
I* C haavery 1% t BACK DJ' LIKE rCUS OWN
PRICE Japanese beetles? Ht'CH J WHERE ME RTEUIZ LEAME5l i
OARNKTT and
A horn of "...IIIr. and i rnltv. El EYES,
celUnt condition OB. owner property If I used my neighborhood II CATHERINE 1(. OAR.NKTT;

UPI.er teen Inipectlon Ins the setting for I novel, its salacious hi* wit.
PlalnUffi. l
vlted offer .....tocl. Will take
.
small houx a* down. payment 1 index would register IDA v. L t t tf
Immediate E and
i MARSH
occupancy or per. anartment rear of lot. several degrees below "The
8raa CAROLYN LANCASTER atDefrndanta.
: lonilizei designing for you. Mate owner. It* Ave D. at J'J''V
NE.: IITF Five Little Peppers and How
I Model homes are open daily, SUIT TO QUIET TITLE

Enter Garden Grove from State I BR. CB DUPLEX M Av*. They Furthermore Grew I have prowled Can Nn MTlt 03M341-M i 7 yit

Road No 540 just one.half L NE. 110760 Both rented Do TO: Ida E. Marsh a Innle and t/ .,
... around I bit in the adjacent unmarried e
not .turb tenanu. To clM303.il woman bat know 1-tie ,
mile
east of Cypress Gardens, 1-10 neighborhoods and they don't addree 691 28.Weehlnirtoa Pa. KPltteburith ., wr TRY R LM

appear to be any more wicket Nellie Illeland and J Roy AOAINTUa5Y.. CLIU7Ar
JOHN
G. WOOD NEW FOUR BEDROOM I bath than my own. Cllleland, mat known. addreaIMS .. y
Horn 40 foot screened porch. Barr Avenue. "raton. P.. lti
.
& Assoc. Inc. double carport dnck Weit aid. The conclusion seems inescapable Elltaheth A. Marsh" addre
Lake Elniie Hoover Road Ph n.tU that some of the novels iknown
DEVELOPERS Robert B Nerd andBnvd . -
BUILDERS CY' l-ti40 CY the suburbs hot. ;
depicting ss hie wife If any. asknown
2S3 2517 or 293 9338 beds of depravity were subsldized addrrai: 401 Bprlnl KIU srJlreGNegNf'tlt.PA4fr1VPtCA .V AHaRr.wuvr MR.00 4 ya terwsvolvr

5.10 i ((13-A) Groves i by sub-developers. Carolyn JIood. Vlllancra La nca.t.r. Pa. a ..Inltl..nd toa news crrR 1_ AL1.e W5IA'f .WONS wend
EAU i.DAa 'T4ai TV i TT 40 terw5/
i The hotbeds I've unmarried woman' lout .e..
only
DESIRABLE!: LOCATION ......d. seen known addraea: M Hondrldt k PTfn P JulT RiPAtRiDI
room home. r H A commlttment1t750. were full of African violets Drive. Plturiirih :M. Pa We 6AW Tide corer-LIae IT $4 II' : F
LOW DOWN PAYMENT OWNER OFFERS BARGAIN Howard G. Marah and Emma 25PACC TRAVELER.. rrcouuPNT IPPEAl
According to the blurbs the
on
CY MOM 81-3 140 Arc.. land TO arm In B Marsh, his wife. addre 5
HAVE WEN A MATUICAUt / AIN j jOccuR2enlCe
old _, Addition
Land orince v. dust jackets, suburbs are a unknown
i 160 Lake Alfred cleared for setting also I' a WISH we
ak":3'h rimer E Bovd and Harriet
new rloecd deep well. All for only 114000 per symbol of our decaying moral Bovd d.... unknown HAP TRAILEP ill
,."If.. landerinrd FURNISHED acre Call CY S-tDft. M fiber But I haven encountered Jame D Iced and toa
OR UNFURNISHED.. MI outside of I Bond' his wife' If *,;..: land
any decay a known *. "r....: 401 Eastern
I t-BEDROOM S1MIOO 1H: bath down, .eloied eiuimeJoan In ((14-A) Lots & Acreage compost pit Avenue. fltleburrh. Pa .
Karate n
tp all and It "oad to 'hI unknown
121\ Edgewater Drlva/ Phon- I It Is true that the agent iil.-d": .I... leaatee;. -j,. o

FR t-litl S-S I I dealt with didn't exactly promise crantee of any of the abnamed ,. "I .
40 Acns flf land .
pasture .so natural defendant. ;
BUN ACRES per mODtb plus h-t.s'..t Price that riotous living went I "
1 With a low down payment ran tan '4.600. along with picture windows )I Te all paNlo.nclalrnlnr ,.t..ot.
I beautiful modern home with bv.
own a through under er arelnet the
I warmth and enchantment of eoun. CANAL LOTS IJI a 4006 guess I got that Impression above named natural defendan
I try IlvlM Per further Information cuh. Prlcl 20'00.. because he carried his conditional not known to k* dead er alive. I It

I or call Dan Jerry :: ..lIcyC1.It1il' 3-*? Waterfront Ln' 210' tJO' 13.100 sales contracts in t paper Te an parties fid htvlnt er elalmlnla .- -
l.c..I1..1: T.rm.. back copy of "Peyton Place." have any rlrht, till er Interei.
OWNER MUST SELL In and to the followln deirrlbe
S-Bedroom cu.tom built home. m I VARNER REALTY At any rate, I soon found that property. *ltuat< U Polk County DOWN IN THE IOCUK'ROOM,! HArFtNtDTO VlTO5o! Oft bW009
bath. Florida room. ./". 14,500. the suburbs are a poor place Florida. to-wlt OVUHUe A CONVtMATIOei JUfT NOW I IW ti
Bmall down payment FHA mort- 14 8th St., NW CY 31454 trot 1 nf MFwrorA: : srBnm.8IOV von M ONC OF .- WERE SUM CIllTIf IWD W 00001)00 w uTMi+av1""fDINHF
for research on assignations In I KNOWTHAT! ?
,| f aia. IOCS Ava. O KB 2534185.15Jan TO THE TOWN OF DUNDEE IKINOINa YOUR CMUfFWHO THE
EMPLUYLIS W TNC
11 3TF my community, people are !!. FI-ORIDA. a* shown br MY WHAT 1 FELT I SHOULD Foot M A GUCSII NERD
Mao or Plat thereof recorded lathe AGNCY, NEALI DKCUSf INRN YOU,JAN! WHYt T110oCNAtlOW
more Interested In bird feeders. Office of th. Clerk of the

CHOICE RESIDENTIAL: LOT en Last summer, having nothing Circuit Court In and for Polk rn ( f1105f.TMANKS! MINOtS!..
AcreageTracts County Florida, In Plat Book X.YOU. 0(
Cypress Gardeai Road. Owner on my note pad more spicy .o- FOR 'out CONCLRII.
will finance. Call 214-2631. I-TF AND EACH: OF YOU arenotlfind 1P11001f
B than a new recipe for barbecue ..
that a milt te quiet title
sauce, I tried to persuade one le tot above described fironertha .

LAKEFRONT of my neighbors to start a secret been. filed anlnit *nu and you o
.
100'
JOO
f Corner
nice
Very ar hereby required to aerv a cony
1U Acres for $2.Dot paved .t....,. and curb Lak. romance with a lady across of vnur A...".. to the Comnlilnon
Echo In Lake Al/red 13900 1)0. the street the nlelntlffi' attorney. WALKER .
Phone 29 -6f9L 1-10 RABE!: A> WIN!:.. Van Rklve :: I.
[ 2 Acre Tracts for $3500 Easy "Sorry, old boy, I'd like to Bulldlni:, Winter Haven. Florida.
terms $100 down, $25 per LAKEFRONT!: and Lakevlew lots accommodate but I've lotto and file the ordinal In the office Last
you .
Chain-O-Lakei .
on within
1300 ftof or the Clerk of the Circuit Court
month. High & dry Just 3 left newly fllUl"l...I Hwy IT mow the lawn," be told me. en or before the Seth day of January .

out of 10. Ideal for country LvIng Schoenthaler Co 214-1133. 1-4 In another effort to promotemy A D ISM olhei"lie the .1-
etatlon. of Hid complaint will b*
Handled
[ exclusively by
literary enterprise, I undertook alren a* rnnfe ee(].
((14)) R.al Estate WantedWILL to organize a neighborhood .Dated thl. lob day of December
i Co. AD 1045.
Beasley Realty
orgy I didnt turn out P H. lbs cl uie -
131 Bib Si NWI well either. Clerk ef --
PAY man equity and a*, very COUIt- ,
I CT 3-n5I or CY 3 2671 .urn. payment on 1 or l-bed I finally got a group togetheron (SEAT! ) \ \
room horn In Winter Haven er J WILfTAM PARE
a night wflen the PTA t
Lak Alfred Writ Boa AIM % wssn or the firm of
.8- ."..chl.r. 4-13 WALKER RABF A WINES \
Vn Shiner' Buline' >
I IAJCEFRONT PROPERTY lbedroom Winter Haven. Florida 1ft
houM, I furnlihed apirtnta. Legal Advertising Quotes Attorney for rlalntlffl. =
_. 115.M 00 FR 3-19il. M Dee. 10 IMS. Jan (. 1>. 90 IMFelk .
\

BEAUTIFUL Frame Rom FurnUhed. la The rl..." r..... 1. The Clmll CaartTenlh
U *icellnt condition Teila Judicial. (1....,,, From News JdieIa5 ( lresll. :::0 4"I.
ElectricaCllyNEbsat.d.! Cloe"",,,. Ill Plk C,..,,,, Flerlda. The <....,.. n.ri4a ( pWNAr'e
M la ( karerjr. la fhiarerjr.
Casa No. 60962 Docket SO Case No. 4O.T1 Docket M 1 1Of
I conditioned Par No. 101 By United Press InternationalLOS lit
hardwood fleoom.aS t""oC.
block from PATRICIA ANN LAY. CECIL X 1m \
H A. tommlUment, Plaintiff, Gold PlalntlrtMILLECENNT
:IlIP. 2-1171 M _..- ANGELES-Barry
LEI: ARNOLD LAY water Jr., son of the Arizona CDCONNOTirie ,
RETIREMENT SPECIAL Lam o.r.nd."t \ I.-
he will head I
senator disclosing .Fi..d..L;
"B a-bedroom. 1-bath home. NOTICE or lit IT OF
Laces llvln/ room 12il4 kitchen THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: a youth movement In support i THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: .
lot of cabinet I a 34 ijuied- Lee Arnold Uf his father Mill-rent DlxonReildenre - -- -
of for the
In back porch, li I 30 Florida 1000 Pin. 8t campaign Unknown
room utility: room, drama and ether Jupo" 'Ia..u presidential nomination: You are hereby notified that a / IIYiMIYR.E0AfINA'RY /1)Y'l / / IlL/IVW TWATALLA01)EDI EANWNIlgTOMTO
extra IrO with horn. You had You are hereby notlfl.d pull for divorce ha been. filed IITA.yJywy )wl GOSMNa'D 19tr MA/L #1)44Rl0 LAM bluArOeSM000
better look at this on. for M 800 for dlr_ ha. .'" file: "My constant contact with a xalnm you In he above entitledcauee x eAPGletielRIAhriW M.I' Q44f MY e4lrlwI # LWM 7014, bAxaSS 456' .'C79lhYKLY
GENE!: COOPER REJ!: BROKER airalnn you In the abov entitled young people has convinced me and that you are hereby r.qulr.d .* .IVTI"/iCIN.PO I ,etAr/G: //4N91 AM Nwt7LINra.
Lk 'lfred. FR 1-1535 M cauee and that you ara hereby to aerve a ropy ef your an- I 7Adrllletc'OLv
of the tremendous which .
required to *rrv* a cony of your appeal ...rr or other written defenee iinnn r- I r rz
:DUPLEX answer or other written, defenee Senate Goldwater has In the J. Julian Bennrrt plalntlff'.ttcw I I .
Firntahed or unfurnished 'LitheBhlpp .1 anon Raymond Milton. plaintiff nay. whoee' add.... I I. 301 Vlmar I IC
Helghtl area. Phon attorner. "''hn.. .,, .... I* P. O eyes of youth. Billdllc Winter Haven. on or before
1-7305: 27.Ja.. Box lit Winter Haven. Florida. en the ird dn of February.
or before the 23rd day of January A D.. 1M4. and before er Immediately 4
? IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILCustom A D, IBM: and before or Immediately WASHINGTON Sen. Barry thereafter. to file with the
thereafter to file with the Goldwater, R.Ariz., asked if as Clerk of the above atvled Court t
I Built Clerk of the above tvled Court the th* ordinal of old ."...... or aald
original of said answer, or said president he might break relations written d.I.....*. If any.
written dcfrn**' $If any' with the Soviet Union asa If von. fall te do 10. derree "....-
i i In Col/view( Circle -less = If you fall to do ao deonfeuo ecree pro eonfeim will be. entered. anent )
WinE: will be entered ".In.t bargaining weapon In the cold you for th* relief demanded In th*
:E than two blocks from you for the relief demanded la the war. ComnlalntWITNE88' .alR
:E ter Haven Golf Course Complaint my Stand and efflHileel
WITNESS my hand and official I II "Yes, I would. There would of office at Bartow. Polk
E Club bouse E Aral of office it Bartow. Polk be some qualification on that.I County. Florida, thl. :MM day of .r
I County, Florida. then. 18th day of I December. AD. 1MDP .
E 2 bedrooms, 2 baths = December. A.D. would use the effort as I bargaining H. !/)AN. TR
D.: N. ;.JAN. JK. effort with the Soviet Clerk Circuit' Court .
E large living room and E "I.rk Circuit Court Pot Vivian A Furvli
E Florida room. Many exE I By Vivian A Purvl. Union to try to get tome things Doput, tI.rk--
Deputy Clerk accomplished. It Is to their advantage (BEAU wA rdo our iAJYS001 THEN z stoetwinoCHfc* u*>e rBjr rrsTwt FIRST
E tras such as carpeting. E (SEAL! ) J JULIAN SFNTfETTAttorney / RAMMED A TMace OTNM CAOt'J IT c NOT T Mf t EVRR l FOWSOTTO

E drapes, and refrigerator = Dec. 28. f0. IN3. Jan. I. 13. 1IMI to have us recognize :201 Vlmer at BulMlnr\Jiir THE P447.1-ER,) HURT k PARKED CAR THf PAMXfSBf THE FIRST wry THi INSURANCEPREMIUh4

E Included. E I LEGAL NOTICEIn them. I can see no advantageto Winter Haven Florida C NABdIE Fon AND KNpQClO WILL HUH TO Y nwi YOU HAD

the public Interest. an appllca us at all"JERUSALEMPope Dee 10. IMS. Jan I. H 10 I. DOWN A LAMP TNOUSANDS AN ACCIPINT! i'I ,
E Beautifully landscaped Ion for llcenne renewal' 'u' filed, TNADANACCIPENI POST 1e -
..n December 30 1IO! 3. to operate P171'1 k b
E lot In one of our most deE Radio Station WtNT.FM. W nier Paul VI In Tk rirr.H faart O 705 GARL -
E sirsble residential areas E Haven. Florida by Anielo L. Fa.- loping that differences between leash Judicial ('ImlT. v,
url. th* Ii e.e.ce. with the FedprI Falk' Co.el/. FlerMa.la r tTblAT'S
E Price Is $21,500.00. E Cnmm miration. CommlMlon the Roman Catholic and East- thaacerrCat a P
pursuant to Section 1151 of Its ern Orthodox churches could be No *t)Ja ixM to ")1)It7 n
Let me show It to E tule* and Regulation. The nationperate Pan No 41
you. ha'Jn S me with power of overcome: HENRY B MckUNZlX '
E CallRlSSEILFRAKES E 1 IS kw, I 9M Mr Faiurl Plaintiff :
"It Is clear to
now
sole I owner 'Member of the pub- everyone _'._ o
I he who desire to brine to th. Com that the problem of unity cannot EMILY JI RANCEB McKINZIEDefendant!!. '

:TOWN COUNTRY : Ins mlMlon the. operation attention of fact the concern-station be put to one side Today NOTICE OF mit .i

Ii, should writ to the Federal Com the will of Christ is pressing THE STATE OF FLORID TO: i

f 21lMagno", fi'f 1n I Ii ton moo-ration.M, D.C.. not Commlealon liter than. Wanning January upon us and obliging us to do all Emily: Franc.*. Unknown* McKlnalaReldnc ,

C't.3.114'1/ I 1 J1!. 21 I : detail tho iptclflo fact which lit for divorce baa been fled,
:1111dUiblhtu".un/lllllllll'G the writer wl.hei th* Commlieonilder to bring all Christians the a..alnt you In th* abov. ntllled .. _._
-- ---- -
j I --- -------
to In posing o* this ape supreme blessing and honor of cause and that you are hereby required -
pllrat Ion j to *erv. a copy of your
1-8 J.... I. I. 1. 15. IN4 I united church answer or other written defenae PUNNy..eI
I' atria J Julian Bennett.' plaintilf a I TTlwlc yBpr t71t..
attorney. whoae addreei. la 201 V> mrnYGu RBMEMIPR :
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY mar Bulldlnir Winter Haven Florida HAVE PUTTING IT LIAROUN2 Y.AIi..
on or before the slot day of A PACiCASE TIl2S tom'S.ONEPLACI
January 1M4 and before or SIRES
t.t.Dj thereafter to Me; with FORBAlLty
.
th* Clerk of the abov .....I.d Court
the original of said snow.. er laid
written defenara If any
If you do 'an. decree pre
eonf.oar :'M1''tJ ent.rod I ertlnit you f
for the relief demanded la the
1)lk Amended Complaint
WITNESS mv hand and ePilatpeal (
of office at B.rtow. Polk
rountv Florida\ thli lath day of
..sue Member. A D 1M3.D .
fl. 11I.0 Alf. JRClerk 1-B
r Circuit Court
By Dorothy B inn
Deputy Clerk ,
(SEAL)
I Julian I Bennett .
:m Vlmer Bulldlnf .
Winter Hiv en. !Florin1 --
At oar at Law
Dee 13. 10. mi Jan S 11 194! HOW DO YOU WAIT -- '(''IT 1 STILL WAVE ''t
WANT VOUB DON'T'EGGS.DEAR A LITTLE SLEEP

LEnA NOTICE 1[ ? WAKE MEuv LEFT IN Era

Sealed bids, will be ...,.I..od lethe c YET
LAKE WINTERSET PRIVATE LAKEFRONT City of Wnt.r H vn Florida
I
In th* office ef th. Oily Manaier
S OR I BEDROOMS: a- 2 TILED BATHS city hall In .geld eltv until 100
m. J.."... 20. IS4 for aurchailn -
COMPLETELY CARPETED MAST EXTRA FEATURES the cltr, ow..." ........ loeated -
at Ira Avenue A. 1 W la thl*
FLORIDA ROOM RANGE REFRIGERATOR DRAPES c/
lIMON .( h1.enss. .
Purchaser to Mona
200' DEEP WELL. AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE BOAT DOCKREDICED from cutsowned amino 1twwet

UMMM. which I* to be uee4 for a parting C
-
lot For further Infwmatloa eoa-
tart the ell v man.....
i Shown By Appointment The city reserve th+ rlrtt t* roert -
( ant or all bide and to arreirtC p,7.'C\ ,.
JAtherton any Irenularltlaa' -' .... .la tIN .boat
: Realty 543 W. Central Ave. CY 4-3234 1D1..ta of I h. rttyBY R'OMR11HaalON: ;.Ij.w (

CITY !
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City, aianaaerDee.
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Court Record I,

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Page Eight

eiHrrrr Knit Flied BT -c WHERE

Roy W Beaaler end Emllv' A.Beaaley. .
:: :
ate. vi. flou.ef eld. Inc?
lie.. civil actktt dam...., SHOPPING
Mary C Deri T* Julius- M. X>*>
vis Jr. divorce.Rachel .
Judith Dull v*. Wail ISA
MM Davis, divorce.:
Barlow Federal oavlnn and Loan
Awn,. etc. vi. Ru.MU K. Prater 1 PLEASURE!
.t u.. morUai foreclosure. V) MARKT [
Albert Valllancourt ..tIII ... H ;

'A A. Lawson .t u. quiet till.
(I)
United CoiutnicUoB Corp., ate,
-. vi Veiled Contractor, Inc., ate, rrw
declaratory decree.
.
i'it Polk Federal Savlrnn and Loan 1t

AuoclaUoB ot Lakeland ate., V*.
'- William M. Dull at u.. muruaiaforeclosure

rt. Southern.Title Research Co. ate.,
n. Henry Williams ate, at ux at
'
; al Monarch quint title Lile. Insurance Co. etc.,
va Van M. Wewlwrry at ai, mort- } '
1' 1 KitKe lureckeen.Jeanette fJR Fof-fhe-Wesk vi
Cby Martini Bummeri ...
nN Cicero Atkinson et ux .t at mort-
: ..... foreclosureMelvln .
.
UuNle S'Kllb.rland r. RoY .Ja.k.n -.
J ... Iioulb.rland, lO""rall" malnt.
: r nence.
O Bausch vs. Gall F.
rJ Roust..k, divorce
federal National Mortgage Association
etc., vs Robert k.. Davis y
and Mary lu Davis, mortgage fore-
cc closure. :: I
1180 JOpeD Aclklnson Marv Lee divorce.call Adklneon. .. Jim Thorn SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER-AGED PROTEN GOVT.


-- Monroe Frances, rrancea O.Pollock SU.Rousch.Fnllork eteger divorce divorce Rousch v. James vaMHvIn tt \ .---f-::: HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!

Fowler Mary X Fowler
Onnle VI.

etc. .divorceThe..Manhattan Andrew. M. Ravings Kennedy Bank.t uet \ jj WINSPECTED

al. mortgage sod foreclosure.Orders I>ecres. \ 4 BONELESSROUND

First Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Winter Haven ...
Vmlnla Henfro et al final decree
foreclosing mortgage. STEAK
Mary F Jones v. Daniel R
Jones, final decree divorce
Jim Walter Corp. etc., ... Kd
Davis etc final decree foreclosing

Ruby mortgage M. .Coons ... Felix ft

Cooper City of final Lakeland decree Fla divorce.. v.. State ::
Be of Florida et al. final decree validating =
.
bond Issue
revenue :
"NCOlli Ridge Contracting Co. etc.. ve. .
John C Weld at al, final decree I
quieting' title
1815 D Juiat River Bavlngi Bank va Fred
t,. Roulaong et ux Grace M. Rout- .
song et .. final decree foreclosing
AltYes:
merteM.. c
Barlow Federal Ravings .nd Loan
Association vs Robert U Stephenson
at ux et al final decree foreclosing
OrI mortgageMcCaunhan .
Mortgag Co. Inc.,
vs Albert V. Opditnbmw .t ux {"
;JIJ final decree foreclosing mortgage Ian
Federal National Mort age Aaeorlatlon. xeNzI LIb.
1 etc. vs, Willie T McCranle
I et al. final decree foreclosing
tnortgsge
Federal National Mortgage Association .
etc, vs. Thomas H Cox PRICES
et al, final decree foreclosing moth _
I\ I EFFECTIVE
"ederal National Mortgage Association tI

et ux, final, etc.decree vs Henry foreclosing B Cooper molt- 4lI MON., TUES., WED., ''is Swift' Premium Siiilt-StaUd Pure

r.ge b.rt J. HeniJrlrk ... Virginia I ( JAN. 6 7 S 1964 \ _
,
T Hendrlrk. final decree divorce' ,ry. Beef Franks 59
,, .
Llniter: Industrial( 1 Mtrhlnerv Co., .. .. . ... *
vi. FIdellty-PhoenU Insurance Co,
(l loA dl.mi.eel Flint! Federal, Saving. and Loan I f GREEN J \ rJ f ,f .t I Swift'i Premium SuptnSliciJ

Aemclatlon of Miami vs Frank STAMPS '- Sliced U
final decree foreclosing Bologna 39
ARE McRae mom.et ux... . . pk r

THE toiwTT Filed rorETtalla t Swift'i Premium Brew 'N Serge

Make George Lawson va Phalblt Robinson
\
r Sausage JjJ p 4911HOUSEHOLD
tenant.
Raymond remove White vs. Terry Holt I . . .... .... .. .
remove tei n.nt.
Arthur .rroll .1. Mary Ball.rd,
ernove. tet.-....
N Vlda I. Moon vs. James White,
remove tenant.Fred .
Vli'k vs Herbert dimming
.
remove tenant
lecrpunt> Standard 011 Co. etc vi HenryT p'-
May civil action. '491.C.mnbell'l .
oilertloa. National Car R..nl.l.II. r *
i. tion.. John 4UW.Edward: Hodges civil ac BREAKFAST CLUB '


Berry Marriage Eugene ,..Licensee....m.D. II. Lake PENNY SAVERBLEACH .BREAKFAST CLUBMARGARINE EVAPORATEDMILK
'1 Wales. and Virginia levee chavla, J
::. Park
I.IH :.bw Tews: 29. Lakeland.
and Martha Sue Wllkerson, HI,
Uradenton _
Anthony William Walk 31 Lincoln ;
Nebr, and Susan Abigail Dun
ham Stanley. 31 Lincoln Nebr
Lewis Alton Nunley. 34. Statue
City and Evelyn Marie Hatfield.
17. Tullahoma.. TennEdward .
RE Joseph Csposlto, 33
Lakeland. and Sandra Lee Uendani
22 Holly Hill,
Paul Edward Herman :M Winter
Haven and Glenda Darslene Burkett -
BlI 31 Winter Haven
Franklin David 1>uIIKa.. 44. Lakeland
and Martha Dultson Johnson
41, Lakeland,
John 1 Orover English Jr, 31Lakeland .
and Julia thrtitlua English

Sanford. 87 Lakeland Junior Cundlff. 43. Winter ;jrnllt{ ijptr eutwm r with
and Wana Belle Wilson, Mml| picas
41, n..n. W, Va ;tf$3 *
Richard" Dean Carter, 34 Lake
11 Wales Lake and Walea Mary Evelyn Hsthcock. r.u- r& ; t'mit 6 pl asJ7

11. Charles Arthur Powell Jr. 30 __ .__ _-. _
Lakeland' and Karen. Renae Cheek.
3U lakelandMlllnn .
e.flf Lawrence Fraser, 31.
Lakeland. and Olorla Jean tartan

tiC 3D Allen Kathleen('coed! Foster. 44. Lake IOOO Er' laA FliP
1+ I Flavor P.rt.et
qt lendlan.ed his Viola Rude 4J o Jott'tt produce lane

f. Thomas Denlela'' II, Ben ; / Green ) 303
Ytf In.n..1' Barbara Jean Beger.. 20. Sliced Beets lOc North CarolineYams
BartowUiatlea. I wA ...._red cans
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Maeon MoToffree Jr. 33
Demon: Tee and Phyllis Anne Mullenax PALMOLIVE REGULAR 10"
i II Mulberry RAPID ?,
Robert Lawrence Rulof 31. Jacksonville 11..9t4.lr. Helm I DeliclouiTomato, I
((1 and Elisabeth Taylor Wren. ,"....
King 23!. Atlanta, Oa. S
David ?foot Bunch :3*. lakeland
and .Vera Jean Manner Kl, LakeLand Soup :calldairy:! specials

Robert Sterling Hearon 21. Winter
Haven and Pamela Jane Kune- Swift'i AlliwtttMargarine
man 30 Winter Haven E M.... I.II'. SmoothPeanut
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John : IOO 7
William Walker :30 Lakeland FREE lib
and Bvlvla Annabelle Due 2
49"
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J. W. Smith ail Winter Raven. J1i Green ) Butter ir 25
and Serah Rodger Mercer 31. Au- wlk t Kroft'i Ch.... SprtadVelyeeta
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Raymond Lloyd Rwarts M Lakeland 2 Ib.

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Steele, 1*. Loughman Preserves 25c
derv Randall Ooseett 31. Halnes
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City. and Virginia Princes Moore.Johannes foods .
23. R.no., CII.

Beach Hendrlk, and Ann Valk.LltsabethDlcklnenn :M Melbmirne For Diihtt and Fin Fabrics Ptpptridg FormiParfait

24 Winter Haven IOOO lr lAA 7

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Cecil William Roller. II Auburn- MAXWELL HOUSE I
dale. and Patricia, G." Brooks
17 Auburndala. lO-oi. I far $
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lend. and Opal Ma Im':18I-: :

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