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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 8, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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SUPPER CLU5-The Red" Bern Supp.r Club on the Bartow Air Bat

I wet leveled today by fin of undetermined origin. Bartow city firemen savd the ada-|

cent main dining room, at right, although! it was heavily damaged! by imoke and water i
Asks
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$100,000 Fire Levels Vandals Ruin


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Red Barn Suooer Club ShopWindows NI ,

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A raging fire leveled a large i I cense, the capper club operatedwith I the building formerly housingthe With BB Shot .
portion of the Red Barn Supper a beer license I officer club for the Air WASHINGTON (UPr-rrjrtSl.
Club at the Bartow Air Base I The establishment occupied ( Force bate. I dent Johnson today inrfttm d8
this morning, with damage estimated Vandals brandishing a BB ,r,
a lurprlse dash In fedeTKlspending
gun rode through the down.
at over $100,ooo by Bar-
town district some time last below current leveU.He .
tow Fire Chief Owen L De-
night and shot four windows
up also ordered ruUxicCttanuclrir
Loach r ..jaoat a
with estimated
damages
The alarm came In at T a,m. ? at $675, the Winter Haven production la a dram*?,

and two fire trucks and crews Police Department reported le bid to end the provocative..
were dispatched to the scene -
today. and wasteful" .
They found the portion of the f The four windows, of the arms tone
building housing the cocktail i Johnson proposed spending
large plate glass variety,
restaurant and kitchena d, $971 billion In fticil
lounge y 6 each bad a small hole where 1 1965-'a cut
mail of flames the BB struck It and then! of $500 million from the $96.{
In a three-hour battle, firemen bounced off The window billion expected to be spent
managed to save the section cf were not broken but the BB during the current year. Ifs
the building which house the .
pellet had weakened
structurally
said this would mean a deficit
main dining room, although them. All would have to of $41 billion, far below prevl-
damage to this area from imoke be replaced, poice said. out expectation
and water was heavy
Businesses reporting damage
In hit firit Stit of the Un
The cause of the fire was not and the extent of damage
ion message to Congresa, th.
Immediately: determined, done to the windows, President also challenged Ru-
The Red Barn Super Club,
Domestic Loan Company
were:
follow his
eta to lead In erderIng
ewned by: Charles G. Jones and $275, Anderson Drugs, a 25 cent reduction In
managed by his son Sammy: r $150; City Jewelry, $150; and of per enriched uranium
bai been one of the popular restaurants Belk Llndsey, $100. output IB
in the Winter Haven Officer Ronald Martin Is Investigating atomic explosive-and elotrtnj'!
down four plutonium plica.( : .:.
area, and Jones was one of the ,
Polk County: applicants who was ,1A ___. lie laid inch action by Rut'

I given a liquor license last I DICK POPE, right, Cypren Gardeni, told the County Commiiiionert yesterday on ill, coupled proposals with this new country disarmament will

month. Goldwater Bids Investing $ Iol01n one large sign that will be placed on the Florid turnpike south of advance at Geneva, would bean
Before getting the liquor II-t I Yeehaw Junction. Others cooperating will b* Winter Haven, Buich Gardens, Tampa, Important top toward arms
CUarwater and St. Petersburg. Th. Idea It }to turn the visitor off the pike and Into the control and "our ultimate goal

.+" I beautiful' part of Florida when going north, Bob Rhlnehert, left, county recreation director a world without war.. I

Legion Hears For City VoteNASHUA helped with the pretentation._.____ world made. sate for diversity*'
The 2.1152 word address, short.
eel Slat' of the Union -
N H (UPI) Sen ugh rinse Franklin D, Koose-
Plans For Show Barry Goldwater sounded out Lake Hamilton: liquor Permit issue veltf In 1934, wai televised

.. Ills vote, getting ability today in and broadcast to the nation

Plan* belnl made by Frieron three key industrial cities wherehe On the domestic front, Johnson -

Post-Nichols(or participation American in Legion the ON FIRE SCENE-Sammy Jones, left, manager of the needed first-in heavy.the.nation support preslden to win Mayor Sworn In on poverty"declared and unconditional urged the lawmakers war.

fifth annual Imperial Charity the Red Barn Supper Club, confer with hit father, tial primary.Goldwater, Headed Showdown to make the second sea.

Horn Show her Jan 29,Feb. I CharUs G. Jonei, the owner, at both watched fin iwp '* brand of conservatism lion of the 88th Congress the
2 were reported last night at through the former Air Bate officer club. taken for granted to best In history by cutting /tsxei, i
the regular weekly post meet charm rural farmers, was a For 13th TermLake By: TIIURSTOV WILLIS flan that might be a awe for passing civil rlghti legislation
Ing. big question mark in Northern Staff Writer rejection of any of the appll and providing medical car for

The Winter Haven post ipon industrial cities The Arizona Member of the Restaurant I cant for a liquor permit the aged
son the show, which will beheld Titan Booster Ready Republican hoped to find out In Hamilton, Mayor C E and Tavern Owners Aisoclatkm Despite Wolfe' cautlou approach He also called for reform of
for the benefit of the Le this state Marcb 10th primary Davi can sworn in for Ml 13th took a new lease on life to the question of whether "our tingled transportation and
Eton's state children whether he can capture most transit policlei," the "most effective
crippled consecutive one year term list ast night during a meeting at i I he had uncovered any evl
borne in St. Petersburg of the urban, industrial vote. night at the Lake Hamilton the Plantation Inn In Lake donee of Influence peddling, the efficient foreign aid program
More than 600 horses from 24 For New Probe First atop today in bis whirlwind City Council Wales. 11 member of the group present ever" and mort homei,
meeting
Space tour of
southern New
schools, Iibrariei and hospitals
states and four
foreign Countries Frank Wolfe, Cocoa Beach at took heart at Wolfe's simple I
will be entered in the Hampshire was thi* mill city, He wai sworn In by Mr. lorney retained by the gmtp, statement that "it Is now up than ever were authorized in
show, Leglonnairea were told. home of former Gov. Hugh Leonarda Safford, city clerk told the members that to Darty to determine what any previous aeision of Congress -
present action
CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) of its ability: to fulfill Its Ge Gregg: who Is New York Gov. .
Legion officials praised the I City councllmen sworn in for IB would present to State Attorney should be taken
mini role, the Nelson A.
America second generatioi Navy Tuesday Rockefeller cam Then, obviously mindful of the
cooperation being given by the I man.in. to night successfully tested an ad paign chief in the itate. their fourth consecutive two- Glen party Information According to Wolfe, a grand approaching national political
Polk County Riding Aisocla apace program moves he had obtained
vanced version of! its most Other campaign( term Rubutfa during a five- Jury Is scheduled to begin an
pow. stops were year were Guy: conventions and the election
tion, on whose grounds east of the launching pad Friday for week { of .
erful missile-the Polaris 'A3*. scheduled at MiLford Amherst Investigation pepsin Investigation of alleged Irreg
this city the show will be the teat firing of a rocket that The "A.3", designed to be Manchester and Portsmouth, He, and James Falrchild to whom liquor permits had ularltiei In the Issuance of (Continued On Pige T Col 2)

staged will hurl an unmanned Gemini fired from submerged tubma. delivers a major speech tonight: Fairchild wai unanimously: been Issued I liquor licenses In Polk Count
Commander H. R. Summervilla space capsule into an earth orbit tines, lighted up the misty at St Ansclm College in ManChester elected to the chairmanship of He did not uy that the In on Jan 20 At this time all information .
said the Legion Honor within two month. I spaceport as Jt streaked to the the state's largest city the council formation would reveal there that ha* been obtained I School Trustees
Guard will each
open evening The Titan booster, a modified fringes of space ahead of a Nashua with 39090 residents were irregularltle In some of i by WoUe Darty, County
performance at the horse show version of the nation moat bright: column of smoke and and Manchester with 88,282 are Mri Safford also reminded the applications. He told the Prosecutor Gordon MacCallaand Elect McKeel
with the of the colors I
raising powerful war missile, is the keyto flame. It can carry nuclear de Lake Hamilton residenti coun audience that It wai up to Dart, agent of the beverage department The Folk County Board of
Post members are promotingthe (Continued on Page 7. Col. 1))
sale of the general admls. the link between the success. atruction equal to 1 million tons I i tywlde registration I I. being to determine what course of will b* presented to School Trustees elected Seta
don ticket at $1 each and are ful[ Mercury manned space of TNT to target ai far away Ye' held at the city: hall from S ', action should be taken. i the grand Jury McKeel of Lakeland as chairman .
flight and he mllea fiat Wolfe' dosiier on various The grand Jury I.I expected to
program { Apollo as 2800 Tuesday at a regular meeting
selling advertising for the .
print to 12
ed The posts Highway manned lunar exptdltion night( shot wai cut mart for m noon on Mondaythrough : lucceisful applicant were complete Investigate all rumor that have Monday night
program Patrol Auxiliary will ban planned before 1970. test purposes Saturday, and 1 ptn down to fine paid (for run rampant line the liquor He succeed John CalvIiLof
die traffic and parking at the Both doges of the mighty: The federal space agency said to 9 p,m. on Monday night, until j traffic violation, the amounts permit were Issued I Winter Haven Jere Stambayjh
grounds and the Women Aux space rocket will be fired in sequenc Tuesday the Titan* first Jan, 31.Annual. I and dates offense occurred. Member of the Restaurant! of Auburndale can named"vie
iliary will have charge of various while anchored aide by itage, which produces 430000 He did not hint at any viola I (Continued on Page T, Col 1)1| cA+Uman.w -
concession. side on the steel launch stand pounds of thrust will be fired -
Summerville said Canada, from which two astronauts will for 30 second in Friday'i teat-
Mexico and Ireland are among be sent aloft in a Gemini spacecraft one.fifth its normal burning .. Dinner
the foreign countries that will early next year atop a time. Then the 100000 pound -
have equine entries Flagi of similar] booster, thrust second stage engine will
all the states and countries While scientists readied the Ignite as if it were itreaking I
termg hones will be eD-// severed 90 foot Titan 2 for a test toward apace Held By Kiwanis
during the four.day event -
During the meeting, Sum-
merville, reporting for Chairman Will Lack of a new president's pin
J. Coffer of the Christmas Youngsters Challenge i didn keep Past Klwani Governor Ye

Toy Commltee, gave the final I Jamei W, Parrlsh from +r
summary. of its activitiea The installing James W, Gray, Jr, s .1
committee distributed food baikets Elders In Annual Horse Show In the top office last night as I
to 111 families and new' part of ceremonies. launching ti ,
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and repaired toy to leveral I -- a new year for the local Ki- R
(Continued on Page 7, Cot 4) In addition to the competition I The fi/e-day: event, to be want club.
among top how horse, many staged at the Polk County Pid. / JOHN LAROSCH When arranger of the annual ,h
youngster between I and 16 dinner, attended by more
Voters Enroll year will be' challenging their ing Association ground on the than 100 Klwaniins and their

elder for honor in the forthcoming Dundee Road, annually attracts Joins wives, failed to produce the .....
Thursday Nigh Fifth Annual Imperial some of the nation belt young IlaRosch proper emblem for the new t ....
Charity Horseshow starting Jan riders They compete In all president, Parrish unscrewedthe I
29 I past governor' pin from
Registration headquarter In classes and this
year many
NewsChiefJohn his own lapel and presented It
the Winter Haven City: hall will youngsters, holders of coveted
to Mrs Gny to Insert In her
7 be to open 9, It Thursday was announced: night from today I Fruit Shipments ribbons and trophies, will be husband lapel.
out to take their share of the LaRoich, a graduate of Thi act climaxed Installation
Dally carloading (in boxes) the University of Georgia, has formalities for other officers,
These evening hour will be from the I (40,000 prize money
Fruit and Vegetable Joined the advertising staff of Including Claude Ridley, flat
for the convenience of those Inspection Division: The proceeds from the chew the .
Daily News Chief. vice president: Glen Hicks, sec
who cannot ngiittr during the By rail, 714 grapefruit, 4,47J go to the American Legion Hailing from Wilmington, ond vice president, Edwin
,daytime |.ti': oranges, 1.789 tangerine, 2871 Del., LaRosch Whitman,
It 1 hoped Crippled Children Hospitil Officials majored in Journalism secretary, Norton
tMt
everyone able temples; by boat, :500
: grape and political science Agey, treasurer: Charles Dem-
to register during the daytime fruit; by: truck, 66722 grape I of the Legion and the While at the university he log, put president; and E, HSchellenberg .
hour will do The association, CO-, lOr of the
so registration fruit, 26,081 orange': 9,407 tangerine POD swam on the vanity iwimmlng John Katros,
headquarters la I Jack Fuller I *, 1161 temple total "show, *ay more than MO of the
; team, participated In the activities Walter Zartnian George Par-
Auditorium and the hour 74,408 grapfruit, 30,556 orange, belt how horses In the nation of Phi Kappa, a literary tin, Jr.. Dexter Daniel, Jr.,
arc > a.m. to S pm. Monday 11J96 tangerlnee,12,03temples will be here.Entering .
: society, and served as managing Owen Buiett and Andrew Ireland
through Frida,. for a shipping total of 129.760 I it* fifth year, the editor of tie school pap director
AU resident of Winter Haven boxes) show hat gained" national" recognition er, The Red and Black Parrish, in a brief addreii,
and those in the Cypress Cannery. receipt, 71914 grape- I and ratei With' the He has been associated with praised the emphasis of Kiwan- KIWANIS OFFICERS INSTALLED N.w officer took over It the annual dinner
Garden, Lake Region< and fruit. MS 768 orange, 13.190 tan largest event staged in Madison I the Newa-Journal Ce, of Wilmington I. International on support of meeting of the Winter Haven Kiwenit Club Utt night From loft Claude Ridley, first
Hartridga area outside the city I genne for a cannery: total of Square Garden, Washing i I and the Fayette County churches la their spiritual aims rice, preiident; James Parrnh, initalling officer: Jmi W Gray Jr., prndnt; Norton

JuuU ngiitcr ai city till, I 3.O,1Z hoses. (Continued on Page 7, CoL I) I News, ajcttevilie Ca (Continued On rags I Cot I) Agiy, 're..ur.r, Glen Hicki, second vie* prttident, and Edwin Whitman, ncritary.I .


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Area Deaths '-Coxlg'nnssmsn Haley ReportsWhat Stolen Money $$0 DamagesResult

Mims Citrus Growers I Feast Of Lights Orders BeingCirculated

I HAIV1E C. CXIBBS Congress Did In 63

Harvie C. Cribbs. 58, 3240 Service Slated From

First To Use 0.1'The Lake Conine Drive, died yesterday Western Union money orders,
afternoon In Winter Haven WASHINGTON, D. C-Thls HEALTH AND WELFARE

Hospital following a is my annual report to you Authorized three-year, $175 stolen lilt Now 29 from the Accidents

Mims Citrus Growers for oranges and orange products lengthy illness. on the major legislation enact. million program of matching By St. Paul'sThe Western Union branch la New Two
Association, a prominent Indian ," Nooks said. "The program grants to expand teaching and York City, have been reportedto
of Baker'sMill ed the session of The
River house is the first fresh! features the symbol as lit was a native during research facilities of medical, be circulating la Florida, Over damage resulted la
fruit shipper in the state to representative of the 'Real Fla, and had lived In Congress which has just ended. dental I and related type col'leges Episcopal Young Churchmen Polk $950
Chief Ed DeReus, of the two accident yesterday, the
utilize the Florida Citrus Com Thing From Florida'." As has been la .7 of SL Paul's Episcopal
Winter Haven 2T years, coming my custom the plus $30 million in student Haven Police
Department
mission's "O.J." symbol connection Hooks explained that the In- here from Ft. Tierce. past I am merely listing the bans Church will present their annual County Sheriffs eDpartment, Winter reported.A -
with the marketing of ." Authorized Feast of Lights service disclosed today.
itialsOJ. bad been devisedby three-year, $1.1
freak Florida oranges. the commission's advertising Cribbs li survived I by bin Important legislation which has billion programs of loans and Sunday at 7 p.m., Rev J, G. DeReus said although there ear driven by Betty Refers .

Commission General Manager agency, C.mpbell-Ew.ld. In widow, Mrs. Gladys Cribbs. been enacted, and making no grants to higher education. Drawdy, assistant pastor, announced have been none to show up in Braddy. Rt 2. collided withan

Homer E. Hooks said today order to establish Identificationof Winter Haven; a son, Felix R. attempt to define my own standon Esp.adedloc.tlonal education today. this area, he wished to advise automobile driven by Russell -
that be had been informed by the product as real Florida Cribbs, CameDIa, Ga; two any of these measures. program extended National Toe candlelight service is a the public to be aware of the L. Singleton, 28, 121 Long,

John C Flake, secretary-man orange juice. daughters, Mrs. yenta Melhorn But I would again emphasizethat Defense Education Act and graphic presentation of the fact.The fellow Dr., shortly after soon
ager of the Mims CGA, that the "This Is becoming a quality Ft. Pierce, and Mrs. Laverne my position on all of these continued aid to impacted Epiphany Story, which tells of serial numbers on the at the Intersection of Second
"O.J." symbol would be applied standard that can be appliedto York, Winter Haven; two sisters enactments of The Congress Is school districts. the coming of the Christ Life stolen money orders were from SL and Ave. D NW, police said

to retail-sized polyethel- fresh oranges as weD ss to Mrs. R. 0. Stephenson, a matter of public record- Authorized Five year, $350 Into the world. XA13171 to XA-13230, DeReus The Braddy vehicle was trav.
ene bags used to pack fresh orange products he declared. Winter Haven; and Mrs. OttoA. either through my recorded million program of increasedaid In the service the youth of said. cling north on Second SL and
the the 12
will
oranges. "The presence of the symbolon Ellis Sr., Apopka, Fla.; and votes or In my public statements to states for maternal and parish portray the Singleton car was proceeding -
and th.betr.yer
-Flake has advised as that a container of orange juiceor tea grandchildren. or both-and that if any child-health services.Authorized apostles, including Paul wise west on Ave. D.
the three
the Mimi organization made fresh oranges can be accepted Funeral services will be con of you do not know my position three-year $238 and Judas early,church bishops, School Board The Braddy automobile struck
men
the decision to use the symbol as assurance that the juiceor ducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. and are Interested in whereI million program to help State; priests, and deacons.At the Singleton vehicle broadside.The .
after carefully considering the fruit la of the highest quality from the chapel of Mitchell stood I will be happy to inform provide mental retardation research the end of the service Singleton car spun around

multi-million dollar Impact being and represents pure juice or Funeral Home, with the Rev you if you will drop mea facilities and build com- each person in attendance will Audit Is GoodThe and came to rest over the curb.

made on the consuming fruit W. E. Wright pastor of the line. My vote Is always cast munity mental health centers. be given lighted candle, symbolizing Ing on the northwest corner of
public by the commission'scurrent "Flake and his organizationare Eloise Church of God, officiat In what I believe to be In your Authorized $50 million more Christian witness in Intersection after striking

advertising programFloyd to be commended for this ing. Burial will follow In Oak best Interest and I am always for direct loans to non-profit the 20th Century world.A I fire hydrant.
action la deciding to use the Grove Cemetery, Lake Alfred happy to tell any of you bow corporations and cooperativesto reception will follow the state audit of the Polk Officer H. T. Bud) Fowler

'O.J.' symbol In their marketing Friends nay call this evening and why I voted as your rep build housing for the elderly. presentation In the Parish Hall. County School Board, released estimated $300 damage to the

Norman operation. The commission from 19 at Mitchell Fu- resentative. You are entitled to Granted deserted wives tax Church youth groups throughout yesterday, indicated financial Braddy car, $350 damage to the

hopes that other shippers and neral Home. know. relief for child-care expenses. the city, as well at the general well handled."A I Singleton car, and $75 dim.
processors will adopt use of the Now, bere Is the list of !legislation VETERANS AND public, are cordially Invited operations were age to the fire hydrant.
symbol so that the consumer : BERNARD EDWARD enacted this year: SERV1CEMENTProvided I to attend.Space review Indicated that good Betty Braddy was chargedwith
Dies Here At 71 can relate the commission's ..dI I LIVINGSTON NATIONAL DEFENSE $1.2 billion in higher business practices and legal requirements I disobeying a stop sign

vertiaing! program to the products Bernard Edward Livingston Extended the draft law for basic pay and subsistencefor were followed" the The second accident oscurred
available in the food 75, Cypress Gardens Mobile .
four years.Authorised servicemen. about 9:40 p.m.
Floyd J. Norman, 71, of 2203 Leaders audit report, prepared by John
.torea.to Park died yesterday afternoonat 15.3 billion to buy Increased payments to parents A car driven by Edgar West
Ave. F, NW died in the Winter I The Initial phases of the his residence following a planes, missiles and warships and children of veterans W. English said. j Jr., 20, 1101 26th St., NW hit

Haven Hospital yesterday "O.J." program as basically lengthy illness la the Fear ending June 30. dead of service-connected disabilities The report noted the school a car parked on Ave. A, NE.
afternoon after a short Illness. educational Hooks said. "We He was a native of Newark Authorized $11 billion for and to wlows of veterans Seek board's policy en banking and | The parked vehicle was ownedby
A native of Coal Run, Ohio, to inform the N. J., and came to Winter Haven College
he moved to Winter Haven are attempting military construction and bousing. dying of such ailments. Insurance. A banking committee Ruth Crawford Barrett 315
consumer regarding the meanIng in March, 1963 from Pompano AGRICULTUREExtended Ave. A.Officer.
from MeConnelsvUle, Ohio in of the symbol in relation Beach. He was a retired Authorized $5.3 billion for the feed grains program determines Interest rates I J. 0. Curby said approximately -
1930. He was a retired teller to what she will find on thegrocery automobile mechanic.! civilian space program. for 196465 crop years. Close To Cape and recommends splitting time $ISO damage was
with the Exchange National
,Bank shelves, In the fresh Surviving him is his widow Appropriated $47.2 billion for Authorized Federal aid to deposits and a committee of done to the West automobileand
of Winter Haven. Mr.
bins and in the frozen food Mrs. Natalie Livingston, Winter three insurance agents serves
fruit
I i
Norman was a member of the an military activities and $5.1 States on matching basis to { $100 damage to the Bar
cabinets. Later, if the con.um.er'l Haven. billon for the civilian finance as an advisory board on the I ret car.
Central Christian Church of .p.ceprogr.m. more research facilites. TALLAHASSEE UPI) Two
of the r'lIIool.nd Funeral services win be of contracts in that
I
recognition con- awarding
West was charged with loving
Winter Haven a charter mem- Extended for two years exemption U.S. apace leaders said Tuesday I
its significance is more or ducted tomorrow at 12 noon field. I
rr of the Central Christian NATIONAL ECONOMY of peanuts-for-boiling the State Board of Control can the scene of an accident
less automatic the entire advertising at graveside in Glen Abbey Memorial For the fiscal
year ending
Church, treasurer of the Authorized binding arbitration from marketing quotas. find a better location for a careless driving.I Improperprlver'
cl1l&lCa. a member of the program may be ex I Gardens, with the Rev oa two issues in the railway INTERNATIONALAFFAIRS space-oriented university than June 30 the board got interest license, and Impropertag.
panded. Right now we are interested Gene Hitchcock pastor of the labor rates of 2125 and 2.375 for the .
Church Board a church deacon dispute. the three east-central Florida
la gaining acceptanceof Parkland Baptist Church, offi first six months, and 225 and
and a life member of the real emblemof Ertended Korean was cor- Ratified (BY SENATE AC- sites presently under consideration
the symbol as a ciating. :
Winter Haven Masonic poratioa Income taxes and TION the 2.5 on Its time deposits, the
LodgeF. excise ) partial nuclear testban -
If A.M. of Winter Haven.A Hooks quality.said that the Mime of Arrangements Mitchell Funeral are Home.In charge taxes on liquor, cigarettes, treaty. Ma). Gen Leighton I. Davis, audit noted. Rates are higher Boozed-Up Car

son. Lt Richard Norman, CGA of the newest and automobiles and parts telephones Authorized $20 million for commander of the Air Force this year, for time deposits,
one
U.S. Air Force was lost in action most was modern freak citrus operations _!. MRS. NELLIE E. DOBIE and airline tickets. further operations of the Arms National Missile Range and Dr. running 2.75 and I per cent MEXICO CITY UPI) Automotive -

during a mission over Germany In Florida and that the Mrs. Nellie E. Doble 89, of Withdrew silver backing of Control and Disarmament Agen Kurt Debus, director of the JohnF. Fifteen per cent of time deposits note: Tests performed

during World War II. organization handles nearly 1- 188 Lake Silver Drive NW diedat paper currency paving the way Kennedy Space Center, said pay no Interest an atuo show here establishedthat
He Is survived by his widow 000,000 boxes of citrus each '::10 this morning at Winter for Issuance of a new $1 bill cy.Extended Export-Import Bank the school should be 45 minutes County Superintendent ShelleyS. the new turbine powered
Mrs. Bernice Norman of Winter sessoa. The firm packs under Haven hospital following a Reduced for 1963 the temporary for five years and increasedits driving time from the Cape at Boons said he was pleased I Chrysler will run oa 80-proof
Haven; a son, Donald Normanof the Florlgold label of the Florida brief illness. increase In unemployment lending authority from $7 the most. with the audit tequila.9tIItllllIlltllttlltfftU5ffl.

Winter Haven; and four Citrus Exchange. A native of Howell, Mich., compensation tax rates. billion to $9 billion. Debua and Smith met with

grandchildren. she was born on April 14, 1874, GOVERNMENT Authorized final payments of Gov. Farris Bryant and Boardof
Funeral' services will be held and was the daughter of Kings- REORGANIZATION $43 million to Philippines war- Control member Max Brewer

tomorrow morning at 10:30 Metric Proposal ley L. Morgan and Mary Catherine Extended the life of the Civil damage claimants barring payment of Tltusville and discussed the
from the Central ChristianChnrek Himes. She came to Win- Rights Commission for one of fees from this money proposed university behind
.
with Rev. D. D.Debault
the
WASHINGTON UPI) The ter Haven in 1943 from Dearborn year. to any former member or employee closed doors for about 45 Shoppers1 Convenience
pastor officiating. first Senate committee hearingof Mich. Set up (In the House) a special of the War Claims Com minutes.
Burial win follow in Lakeside
Mrs. Doble memberof committee to Investigate mission. The said he would
Memorial Park. the new cession of Congress was a governor GUIDE :
Friends may call at the Ott- Tuesday dealt with proposals to the First Presbyterian operations of the government's Authorized $3.8 billion for foreign relay the apace officials' "very TO. .
Laughlia Chapel today from ito abandon the foot.pound-aUon Church of Howell Mich., anda II. $14.5 million per year research aid, but appropriated only logical and persuasive" arguments
0 system of English measurementand member of the Dearborn program. $3 billion for the program. to the Board of Control.
p.m.Members
of the Church put the United States on the Lodge No. 421, Order of Eastern Bryant said Davis and Debus
metric No final action Star, Dearborn, Mich. felt the university and a proposed
Board will verve as honorary system.
pallbearers. was taken. Survivors include four daughters Nehru Spends Restful Niaht I extension of the University
Mrs. Wint A. Dawson of Florida engineering school,
Winter Haven Mrs. Ralph W. ", should be located on the same i li

Gerbron, Lighthouse Point, BHUBANESWAR, India UPI ported anxious to get back to campus and as close as possible IN GREATER
Fla., Mrs. William W. Sansom to the Cape.
-Prim. Minister Jawaharlal the
sessions of his Congress
N.Y. and Mrs. Herbert -
Brooklyn The Board of Control has
W. Brown Jr., San Juan Nehru who was taken ill Tuesday party, which Is meeting here.A narrowed the sites for the proposed WINTER HAVEN

P.R.; two brothers, Lewis C. with high blood pressure party official who visited facility down to two in

Morgan Paradise, Calif., and resulting from overwork spenta Nehru this morning, Blju Pat- the Orlando vicinity and one at

Cypress Gardens 'I Olin W. Morgan Manhattan restful night and is recovering silk, said he is "in excellent Sanford, and the board was ,
Beach five grandsona,
Calif
Ii ; scheduled to make a final selec
satisfactorily bis secretary health and .
and four greatgrandchildren.Funeral good spirits. Pat- Lion at Its Friday meeting here.
services will be held said todsy. nsik said Nehru was dissuaded Bryant said the Lee site

PACKAGE STORE tomorrow at 4 p.m. from the An Indian air force plane remained from taking part in today's In southeast Seminole County

I It chapel of OttLauehlin Funeral standing' by to fly the convention business. Party meets the time factor, but the LE ROY'S APPLIANCE
with the N.
Home Rev. Cyril
President Ksmraj Nadar advised officials
feel there
Malcolm rope I II Sturrup, rector of St. Paul's 74-year old leader back to New him to rest at least space are SALES & SERVICE
: Owner, one other factors which it does not
I Episcopal Church, officiating, Delhi from this Oslssa state more day.Officials. fill. He did not elaborate and YOUR DEPENDABLE WESTINGHOUSE @
Manager, R. C. Davit members of the DEALER
I assisted by capital if necessary and there / said there were no added Davis and Debus did not ..
"Y. pit a R.petr' ALL .
Ur. .
Winter Haven Chapter of the demands throughout the' am.1I Appll.ne.
were Immediate 131 .
plans to fly the suggest any specific site. TMIIID 5T. .W. cv5.5451
Order of Eastern Star. nation that Nehru retire to prime minister the 800 miles
Colonial There
are actually three educational
Shop 502 Shops :
I Burial will be at a later date spare his health. back to New Delhi. facilities being conside-

Cypress Gardens Road In Detroit, Mich.Lake But Nehru who has headed I The first announcement ofNehru's red for east-central Florida LawnmowerHEADQUARTERS
In India's 16
every government incapacity Tuesday said the: four-year university, the
pears of Independence, was re- he had cancelled engagements engineering college extensionand INSURANCE

CY 30314LIQUOR Alfred because he was "a little tired. the Genesys program of TORO-

Later it was disclosed that he graduate study through closed- SPECIALIST Authorlnd Sil,.. A S.rvle.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Addison, 29 Fire CallsReported had a high blood pressure con circuit television. COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE
former Lake Alfred residents, dition as the result of overworkand The governor said the Boardof SERVICE. REPAIRS ON ALL
T =- =s III; now of Ave. H, NE, Winter bad been advised to take Control has known all along James H. Cross MAKE LAWN MOWERS I
OUTBOARD MOTORS.
two weeks of complete rest. that it
: was desirable to relate
nlaw Haven,and entertained daughter,their Mr. son-and HereThe Nehru said in a New Year's the university to the activitiesof 239A Third St., S.W. Phone 2934667HARVEY'S

lrs. Thomas Crawford and Interview with United Press In- the nation's missile test Phone CY 4.2444 MOWERFRANKLIN

small daughter of Miami over ternational that he bad no plansto center. LIFEINSURANCE SERVICE
SPECIALS : the holidays Crawford la a Winter Haven Fire Department retire in the current year, "I am quite confident the 1ena 8th SI. Cyprtu snapper
medical student at University answered 29 fire calls but today his friends and supporters board will give great weight to CO.
luring December with dwelling throughout the nation these gentlemen's "
opinions,
of Miami. Another guest was
fires leading the list with 18. I were urging him to do so. I, Bryant ssid. I life Group
A. J. Jones of Miami Springs,
Fire Chief Abner Lewis said in NEW HOMES
Mortgage
For Thursday Friday Saturday a student at Florida Southern ill monthly report. TONITE IS THE NITS TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES!
1 College, a friend of their daughter Other fire calls answered Included e Health & Disability & REMODELING I

Miss Joyce Addison. ..i.'Ihldf" five trash, I Hospitalization W. C.
McEvers
Only The Finest it Fine Enough Today.Seagram's one business, and one gasoline OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shawl from 1:00 P.M. S Educational lUILDINft CONTRACTOR

SUNDAY mil SATURDAY-
spill.Value &H Ave. C, S.W. CTIIUOShop
of the property Involved OPEN 1:41 PM. C.'I.._ Skews. Seem 2 P.M. MON. fire FRI.S .
7 Crown EARNOn In the fire calls was
$311,400 and the losses were
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3 for $1175BOURBON 1 painted white, Chief Lewis re- SATURDAYSEE Winter Haven Winter Haven
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4 STUCK IN TUBBROMLEY. HOW THE WEST WAS LOSTIII! W e f Oiv 01 Sink'.4H Su Oren.... N'I.mp.YOU.W. Stores First

England (UPI- IT'S A DAISY HILARIOUSLY FUNNY SEE

The city council refused Tuesday -

night to put a bigger bathtub CAN DEPEND ON
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In George Bayden's public PRANK
On 12 Newts his DUll
apartment despite
lousing
SUPREME "C.rHfle.t.i ., Deyeeh". plea that be gets stuck la his SINATRAMARTINANITA HAVEN APPLIANCESFOR

FOR FULLINFORMATION present tiny tub every time he
takes a bath. URSULA YOUR
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00 DROP IN AT make do." the 224-pound Bay- Frigidaire
3 S11 1 Appliance Needs
"' $3.75 for den said when he learned of the
-ii-5 STH 4 FOB TEXAS Over 30
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THE EXdLAMENATONAtBANK leclsion.. -- I Frigidaire yean selling Appliances end servicing!

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Modern Math The Weather--Local State And National I I Education Aid Daniel Gets Cyprus Rolled Back Barriers' .


-.....,.. .. .........--. ..... "' ''II'J! ... Duty In KoreaPrivate NICOSIA, Cyprus (tIPI' ) -
To Be ExplainedTo ; 1" 0' 1 Promised Under 4L Cyprus rolled back its road

barricades today, bringing theIsland's _
first class Dale T.
Z ,, 2 Daniel!. son of Mrs W. A. Dan I feuding Greek and S
ParentsA o N M jvlrr i Federal PlanATLANTA L tel of 467 Emir Lake, has been Turkish communities fare to
S aligned! duly in Inchon, Korea, face for the first time since
.ra and will lca\e on Jan. 15. fighting broke out la: .1 irmnih
modem math orientationfor : : (UPI)-Executives I'
a a gip.a A 1958: graduate of Winter Sources close to the adnunis
junior scheduled Mi who the U. S. Office of Haven School, he enlisted
high parent. is k r' A run High tration warned! the action rim-
to be held in room 202 MMk'; r Education promised Tuesday AL In the Army in March, 1963 and tamed "an element of rnk"
at Denlson Junior High School r i that every effort will be made completed his basic training at But Sir Arthur (lark. the British .
tomorrow at 8 p.m., Mrs Mar. Fort Gordon, Ga. I high commissioner. railed! It
tha Lawson, PTA coordinator to see that Americans in need received
area He recently a certificate a "major achievement and a
j i
announced today. I of education have the chanceto of achievement for outstanding step toward restoring nnrlll,11
According to Mr. Lawson, get It under the govern performance during life to the strlle-tcrn MIJtn'
the history approaches, and Swift Strike III, Joint tank
reasons for modern math will f men!'! new multibillion dollar .. ...._ .. a ranean island.
force exerclBe. I
British Prime Mlni be presented by Ralph Dial. aid program for schools Daniel! recently spent 30 days .
J DALE DANIEL Alec Douglas-Home 'airt in Scotland
Mrs Lawson said the course A three here.
-part leave with his mother
Tuesday (that Bi dish Ira r
is an effort to point parents ---- ----- -
ly signed by
vention
In the Cyprus contlict
toward an adult education night '
a. will pour mort Revival Slated "averted war"
class next semester, and every.
interested at. Into higher Policy The barbed wire barricades
one is invited to
tend. schools and for I At Auburndalc j jI between Greek end Turkish
7d
!: "::.$NtJ""OWRS handicapped Early | Cypriot communities went up
sae 90 next three yean. I The Independent Penleeont l when the fighting bran MOM
DundeeMr. ; Igo elude construction N. II. (UPI) A Holiness Mission, Elaine Drive than 200 pt and Mrs Guy T Pigott, for teachers and sign appeared here and Lake Dale Drive, Auburn- I have been killed heroic British
here from Frankfort. Ohio, are tlonal training troops created a buffer tone
1 dale, will hold revival
{ near a Goldwater for a be.
aettled in the Roy Diltz home. i : .. i'r U. S. I
Their holiday guests were Mr. 8y cation Francis campaign poster. I ginning Sunday, Rev. C. V.I Sam Farm from Wade. N.CThe
and Mrs. John Lucas and ledged there li : \\mfrcy, pastor announced to public has been! ind''
SNOW-More rain Is forecast for the northwest Pacific i
MORE RAIN AND coast
,
.
Vicki, Jane, and Sue '
daughters language" in the In 64 to attend the 1"1 \ i I' i f. wUn4
Ann, of Greenfield, Ohio. Louisiana the **strn Great Lakes the Ohio Valley and the middle Miiiiuipp! Vall.y crimination in '65 I day.The e\an"plist for the re\i\al' begin at 7:30: each DI\ltt'M: tfc*
Mr. and Mrs Barney Saunders and upper Tennessee Valley. Snow is predicted for the western Great Lakes region the But be told a water( In '66. ll scheduled to be the Rev. : revival.
and baby have returned to northern Plaint and central Plateau, central Plaint and parts of the southern Plateau. funds are not
Waycross, Ga. after visiting Colder weather It forecast for the northern part of the nation the upper Miisiuippi proved for .
during the holidays with Mrs Valley and parts of the Ohio Valley known policies of '


I Saunders'>lrs.Visiting J. D.with parents Ogle.Mr. and Mr Mrs.and Partly LOCAL cloudy OUTLOOK and warm I Florida Zones crimination.white More and than Negro 450, 18 ft$1@i1

Henry Damelson are their Temperatures through tomorrow Scattered Panhandle states met with ( { (?
aon-in-law and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. Gordan Larson and Low IIIgh showers tomorrow. High today Mostly cloudy and mild with his staff in a
? scattered showers
I today tonight to hear how the
family of Superior Wis. Albuquerque .......19 40 75 to 80, low tonight 60's. South and Thursday High today works and how
Donald Scarborough, son of Atlanta ", ......... 44 54 east and south winds 5 to 15 in the 60'., low tonight in apply for funds. GIVES YOU MORE\ IfJ'6'
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Scarborough .......46 55 the
Birmingham 50's.
miles per hour, increasing tomorrow was the first of
left on New Years Day Boston .............25 41 North conferences being R
for Douglas, Ga, where he will Chicago ............32 4t Cloudy to partly cloudy week around the
resume his studies at South Cleveland .,........25 35 through Thursday with showers Keppel and his 1i OI T gJ.
Georgia, College. Donald'ibrother .... Five Day ForecastFive _* :
Denver .. ..... 19 43 Thursday. Warm with high in reporters that "* jj' Z
Richard drove up to Detroit ........... 30 39 day forecast for 70's today and low in 60's tonight as school dropouts > i fintstoNt T
Douglas with him. Jacksonville ....... U 74 peninsular Southeast and south
Sgt. and Mrs. Dykes Parish .. .... Florida for period begin winds 5 to 15 miles hour, work for adults
and children of New Orleans, Kansas City .. 44 4T per to equip them for : New Miracle Rubber for Thousands of Extra Miles
for visit with Los Angeles ......... 49 65 ning 7pm. tonight and ending increasing Thursday modern will be
here age
La. are a Mrs. Eva MiamI ........... 11 83 7 p.m. Monday: Central tions of the Firestone tires '
the former's mother and new i give you more In 64..,more miles for your
Miami Beach ....... 11 79 Partly cloudy warm '
to five
near "The act
Parrish. Orlando ..........68 77 Temperatures through Thursdsy. Scattered money with fiUPKTur rubber, the toughest rubber ever
cele "
Here for New Years ing of people to
a degrees above normal. Normal showers Thursday High today developed.This greatly improved rubber slowly
( wears more
bration at the home of their Philadelphia ...... 28 4T their capabilities in
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Phoenix ............33 58 minimum 40', extreme north to 75 to 80, low tonight 8))'.. the social and because it is less porous than ordinary rubber and there
Ogle, were Mr. and Mrs. Rich Raleigh .......,..40 61St. 60'. Keys Normal maximum60's Southeast and south winds I to the nation," Keppel fore more resistant to abrasion caused by today' modern
ard Oxford and children also louis ........... 28 48 I extreme north and 70's 15 miles per hour, Increasing It what we hope road surfaces. YOU'HE MILES AHEAD with I'irebUmo
Mr. and Mrs James Ogle and San Francisco ...... 49 60 elsewhere. A half inch to an Thursday. plish." tire with SUP.R-TUF rubber.
children, all of Lakeland, and Seattle .............32 37 inch of rain most sections in South He acknowledged
Mr. and Mrs. George Lanier I I Tampa ............ 66 73 I showers mainly Thursday and Partly cloudy and warm of the education
and children of Lake Placid. Washington ........ 25 M Friday. through Thursda,. Scattered ly goes back into c
showers Thursday. High today
80 to 85, low tonight 65 to 70. tary and even t NO LIMIT GUARANTEENo
I- -I Southeast and south winds S to levels lie said
15 miles per hour, Increasing under way to
Thursday. of the younger age Limit on Miles.., No Limit on Months..
Keys Keppel told a
a Partly cloudy and warm that classrooms No Limit on Speeds.., No Limit on Roads I
through Thursday. High today overcrowded for i
around 80, low tonight 70. million American FOR THE ENTIRE TREAD LIFE
Southeast and south winds S to ren and that the
bA .fl 6t7QR t 15 miles per hour, increasingThursday. for better paid FULl LIFETIME GUARANTEE NO LIMIT ON Milt OR MONTHS

become a national I Ulnil d.f.clt In workm.n.klp ., ,apl.eamanta *r. pioriltd on
and milcrKli' end road herad In. I.ad wane and hoed on Flititon/
of Winter Haven r cr |utii(>"c I run the life, ot raw .rlllln.1 II..d.



There Is .1 Join German Son Family In West _\\ NO EXTRA COSTBUY



AbsolutelyNothing BERLIN (UPI-Th) Molten I tightened. He had

family[ sat nervously In their his family when 4.2511"f'C NEW E/RESTONETIRES WITH SUP-R-TUF

like bar East Berlin apartmentnear the escape. RUBBER AND NO LIMIT GUARANTEE...
the the
wall pondering After the decision
plan of oldest son Bernhard.The Bernhard
made

/ Cash In Reserve their furniture Communists and bad said taken they to West Berlin. It I

would return Tuesday to get the lie contacted 9'' t t a'I' to
Molten part of the campaign men who e Al + O
to move families away from the force of ambulance $1' :
wall to bar escapes. and riot.trained
Bernhard urged Immediate spot where the
flight to the West before the drop. AS ;I
Communists returned. At T p.m., '
/ Friedrich Hotter, a 58'year- "plump."
/ \ old bricklayer and his wife "Dad's on time,
I// \\ 1 Helene 50, wanted to go but told the ambulance I I .. .
\ they were frightened. Armed First came | : .
guards were only yard away. 14, and Wolfgang

Bernhard"Time ,Is 25 running, a college out student.," said father.Mrs. Motters, and | .......rk.dw.......-11''r eili.d lit CMww" n..lw..d....r.b. doliw.,..,... the IIr.._,I""",.

The decision was made. With. Peter almost
in three hours, the five members In the rope noose
of the family dropped into was lowered. Mrs. 'Conlour: :'D r to.Door:
West Berlin Tuesday night on her grip and the firestone
a rope lowered from their apart. her left leg. The C RF; : O R M' YS:
ment along the anU-refugee other two sons
wall. All reached safety rope burns. NYLON "
Waiting to receive them was I -
Bernhard, who has been livingin A display of TRUCK
West Germany for 10 years as tomorrow and
i sine he fled the Communist Florida living, will
sector before the wall went up I light of the Florida TIRES
I and_travel restrictions were in Tampa. Feb. .
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f Winter W.Haven I. RYNERSON.Daily IdiHr-Publiihw. News-Chief -Today's- TIME AND THE RIVER I Washington Window I IBy


JOHN W. RYNERSON. Aitiitt I* the P. lth.>

J Published. .dilly (..cpt s...... .,) byI... Whtar H..... CommentaryBy i LYLE C WUSOVL'aitH close to $308 bmioa. It bad

Pukllihlng' c.. ,In*, I 126 IrJ' S...... N.W.. Wl;".., H...., FUrld Fret International reached nearly $319>> btllloa on

CHARLES 60SHORN $.**rl Muaq.rJACK shows that the December Jl when the Tres.
PHIL NIWSM The record

J 11 AH AN A....r.; .. EdiUrPETI ITI Foreign Newt Analyst I I I i late John F Kennedy spent the ury closed the 1963 books The

*. J. SULLIVAN .........'.i.. M....., la Niklta Khrushcbev'a dii- IV//fk'/J// / 1 government into in additional trend continues up.
put with Red China, one of his $IT billion of debt In the yearsof This is the trend President
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE strongest supporter nil been Johnson has undertaken to re
Ski*"** a A...&'..... I*.. Chi..... ilL Polish Communist part leader his Presidency. That is an
verse. His success, It any, win
people
of the
Wladiilaw Gomulka. added obligation
."....J .i s.....d CI... M.ll ......., $.,.. {. I 1'24 it tl>* Pit Office --- apalwd 1 1nnA of the United States, men women be measured against the Kennedy .
I* Wintw H*..., flrld. under. ... .f Mirclt I. I l7t And BOW in their Juitconclud I spending program submit.ted .
ed meeting climaxed by a wild i I Ia1tINK and children.It .
,'" boar hunt in Poland's Masurian NRe K I Is not a record In which to Congress In the budget

t/ i MEMIER AUDIT IUIEAU Lakes district north of Warsaw, o 1PY the lat President or his party for the 1964 fiscal :year which
It appears that Gomulka maybe could lake prid. It Is a menacing will end next June 30. JFK
:_: Of CIRCULATIONS h to spend $98.6
to JFK's successor budgeted billion
.....' emerging ai at least a part- challenge
time ipokeiman for Khru.h.chey' and to the party that hopes a figure which aroused alarmed

MEMIER various cold war peace to maintain him In power. protests from some senior
,
"
Alice M** f UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONALNATIONAL a President Johnson i I. confronted Democrats as well ss from

EDITORIAL TV. Unit1. ,.*.. ,It .,,'itl... t. th.. ut. proposals. caf with task that provedto most Republicsns. Former
between
cordial relation s
Today's
Mpuklictti** .1 ill l Leal l saw ,...
ASSOCIATIONor' several of President Dwight D. Eisenhower .
..4 I. If.hi,. "...,.,.. .> wall a all' UP) the two wets not always be too much for that
IU4 ,tinier his Immediate predecessor. sharply proposed the
Nwt DI.'....... '0.
It was on Oct. II, 195. that That task I* to Impose on the Congress clip that spending
ADVERTISING DEADLINE an angry Khrushchev arrivedIn Congress and the government's figure by $10 to $13 billion.
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT wildlife limit on President Johnson's first budget
bureaucratic a -
ly W... W.f..li, | P..... ..I.... Day ly tk.. ,..hI 1 P.M. ,..,,;.... Dy.Ul Warsaw. funds. has had unusual early .
N.I..I I P.M. Pnvi.vi; D.,. Su...., Editici D.idlmn. Fndiy.. Behind were the anti Soviet the spending of public exposurt
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT! riots of Poznan. Still ahead was Otherwise, the U.S. governmentwill over recent weeks

Suh*>y E d.ti. ; -I P.M. Thursday! M..Jiy ld tin-1 P'M. Frld.yt the anti-Soviet revolt la Hun sink further and further Into Three leaks from qualified
Tiwidiy Editi. -"N.*. Saturdays:W.dn.idiy. : Thuntliy and Friday gary. debt. It will pass, st last, the White House sources have emphasized .

EditUn' -I P.M. T.. Days i in A......... The Poznan riots and other point of no return. the President's determination

M.", .., Siuthtm. N...,.,., '...Ii.h... AitMiati demonstrations sweeping Poland That will be the beginning of to impose economy It
104.", .., Fltrldi. Priii Aiitiittlon forced the government to the end of the world ss we has been revealed, for example
relax Its iron rule and led to a know it, a greater shock to the that Johnson trimmed about $}>>

SUISCRIPTION RATES shakeup in the Communist per'ty's American way and a more In- billion from the national detente .
ly Ctrrltr *r Mall the figure proposed by the
Yf, IISJOl. I m..)k., It.10.. I ", ..th.. 14.111| I ", ."Ih, fl.tS ruling Politburo. It also led start challenge to general bras There
weekly. 1| tents, Smgl. Cepm Daily, I cats Sundiy, 10 cant to the return to power of Go welfare than all of the bombs military have
mulka, who in 1951 had been and H-bombs in the Soviet Un been other economies, large

TELEPHONE CYprtii '-2'" jailed as a Titoist and rational ion's arsenal. The US. dollar and small.There .
deviationlsL already has lost more than half is no doubt of the

From the names of those reported of Its purchasing power in the President's preoccupation with

For taking part In the most 4Cli iprndorama of the Roosevelt economy nor of his realization
A
Thought Today"Let recent Khrushchev Gomulka Truman Eisenhower and Kennedy that continued big.time spending .

conference, it logical to suppose G administrations. Time Is and continued deficits are
that particular attention dy running out on that beautiful likely to cost him a lot of votes

your moderation It known unto all men. was paid to recent proposals of ITE'S+c'raeuU=wA eat item the U.S. buck. next November.But .

TKt Lord it at Jutnd. Phil {:S both men toward last-West
agreement. SS Z I chasing.its-tail maneuver in recent tion's economy crannot be wholly
"Moderation" is sweet reasonableness X
gentleness
,
measured what the
Khrushchev's call for an international years repeatedly increasing by Press
unselfishness considerateness, forebearance. This is to pact banning use of the public debt limit so that ident vetoed in spending requests

be manifest to all men, io as to demonstrate our faith force to alter frontiers would the U.S. Treasury could borrow such as the $9 billionfor
be of special Interest of Poland I to see liberal views, such s* more money to pay governmentbills. national defense. The :yardstick .
and Joy In the Lord. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett Letters To The Editor.
their in But what will be
whose western border with own print. Kennedy's first requestFor as it always has
West Germany remains unset they advocate amounts to mui- an Increase was for $S billion I been, a comparison between

tled. Dear Editor: man's soul, Christ voluntarily cling the press. In Jane, 1961, at a time what was spent this year and

News-Chief Editorials Of special Interest to Khrushchev I wish to reply to the letters and willingly died upon the Even Mr. Dug with his vast when the temporary limit stoodat what the President proposes to

would be Gomulka's proposal of James 0. Mswonger, published cross; 'that whosoever believeth < mental resources would be $293 billion. This request spend next :year It Is a matterof

to freeze nuclear weaponsin on Dee. 22, and of Bob in Him should not perish, amazed at the experience, caused conservatives of both simple arithmetic that all of

Good Central Europe at their present DUg, published on Jan. S la the but have everlasting W.". background and preparation of parties to denounce what they the voters can understand.

Reading level. Such a proposal News-Chief, critical of the right Those who talk of co-exist- the writer to whom he obviously regarded ss the sdmlnlstrs-

would bar nuclear arms to West wing and charging bat mono ante and tolerance with evil refers, if he'd had the wisdomto tion's irresponsible spending LONG YAWN

One of the pocket-sized dollar books entitled Germany. ,erin and Communism simply do not check this out before making policies. PALERMO Sicily (CPDCiuaeppe )-

"James Allen Rhodes, 'Taxpayer's Governor'," tells the Beyond this Is another Interesting A Christian should be toler know the Bible. unworthy Insinuations. We The public debt was about Lauricella, 30, openedhis

tory of Ohio's governor who told the people of his line of speculation.In ant with love for the soul ofevery Psalm 281: says quote have found the facts this writer $290 billion when JFK became mouth to yawn and couldn't
presents be well documented.As .
"Draw me not sway with the President close It
pursuing their own road to human being. However, again.
state if elected he would balance the budget and put theatate'ln socialism the Poles! long ago tolerance becomes stupidity wicked, and the workers of iniquity to his opinions, w* may not On the day last November Doctor said lit wID hare to

a responsible fiscal attitude. He has done both. broke up unprofitable collective when one shuts one's eyes to which speak peace unto always agree but we do agreeon when Kennedy was assassinated gape for two more days before

Over a half-million majority believed him and they farms, returning them to fie sin and evils which will if continued their neighbors, but mischiefIs editors his right right to to state print them them and the the public debt was they can fix his dislocated jaw.
In their hearts" end of
hands of destroy this nation -
haven't been deluded. The state was in debt $83 mil private peatanti. Today I Jesus Christ the virgin born quote. How clear does the I Mr.. Dilg's right to ignore them
only 1,800 collective! farms
lion. Rhode fired 5,000 superfluous state employee! and remain out of 10,000 existing in Son of God was charged by above verse have to be for It would opposing be difficult views to find than two f ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
more
the religious and liberal lead some people to realize that you
removed 30,387 from the relief rolls who had no reasonto 1954. Eighty-seven per cent of not do business with the those of Westbrook Pegler and
era of that day with being a can
be on those rolls. He then reorganized the Ohio all Polish farm laud Is held trouble maker and a radical. reds, in the United Nations or Waiter Llppman. Yet those two I W010-TV WFLA-TV WFTV-TV WTYT-TY

Liquor Authority and ordered a cut of 9.1 per cent privately.Polish agriculture Is the most Jesus denounced these men In any other plac. writers have never been denied I C....CIS"... t c..NIC.... I CktmMl. t e.....) ISt0
Sam Kibler the right to express them or I AIC CIS
aeroes-the-board in state expenditures. In this manner successful in the Soviet bloc.Almanac I no uncertain terms Was Christ have them printed. Ort..... Tent Orianda. Tims
Intolen.4 unkind. or w. h.
the Governor cut $22 millions out of the state payroll.To just telling; the truth? ReadChrist's Dear Edit.or-: Nor can Mr. Nl.wonnr mike
We wish to say thank you to us believe that thinking Americans Wednesday NIGHT January 8
stinging castigation ofthes
prove his point that "We cannot borrow ourselves all the people who have helpedin equate political dissent

out of debt and into prosperity," Governor 11:40*, "Ye prominent fools"; men.Luke 11:44 Luke: la our time of sickness and with name calling such as I *:00-N.wi Newt Newt Wtathtr Putt News

Rhodes presented a balanced budget to hi!! General Assembly. "Woe unto you scribes and sorrow.We would especially like to "hatred" "fear-spreading" etc. .:I5-Sport., W Ihee New Edt.n.l, Spin Pulse RtctaAIC
By United Press International Pharisees hypocrites! ; Matthew Strong convictions laid the I tt30-CIS New NIC News News CIS News
It didn't call for new or additional taxes. It thank Or. Raymond La Rue
t < .
( 23-27 "Whited septlch- ; foundation of America The defense : S-CIS N. NBC News TIA CIS News
Today i I. Wednesday Jan S, and Frank Teller and the staffof
set
strict standards
of and
It did of these convictions however
efficiency.
,
economy ert" John 1:44 "Ye of
the eighth day of 1984 with Ki: ; : are the Winter Haven Hospital 7:00-Gltnn Rare Death Valley Chtytnn Lucy Show
provide for adequate and essential services. Thin, i in to follow. your father the devil.'* for the excellent care our baby, strong vocally will help 7:15-Gltnn Kttvti Death Valley Chtytnn Lucy Shaw
In Jude 3, Christians are told I keep this country free. This 7:10-CIS It.,.... The Vlrginbe! Ch.y. ..
our opinion, is what is needed from the city level to The moon !s approaching Itsnew David Lee, received from knuckle CIS Rtparts
Idea
that must
to "earnestly contend for the we under 7.4$-CIS It.,.... Th. Virginian Chynn CIS Report
the national level. And furthermore, wt need it NOW phase. faith". This word "contend" In them. because an extreme leftist
The evening stars are Venus, To all the churches and Individuals used physical violence (whichwere I;:00-CIS K.perli The VlroTnlt Patty Dull CIS Reports
the Greek mean to aggressive.ly I II CIS II.,.... Th .
Jupiter and Saturn. who prayed with us, told he : Vlr.initii Sh* CIS Repents
The Year Ahead On this day In history I attack the wrong and to up- the faculty of Fred Garner w. repeatly I,30-TlgMrtp* Th. Virginia The Ftrm.r's, T.III.l tt
would when and if he
hold the good Jesus Christ war use sees .
In 1I1S General Andrew Jackson 'Elementary School and all the l:45-Tightrope Th. Virginia Otuahttr the Camera
fit won't wash It Is
not the anemic sissy that some ) just an
won the Battle of New Or. |I teacher in this and surrounding the of t:00-Hlllk.lliti. Th. '. It
We have pored over all kinds of people make him out. When he insult to Intelligence any .P. Casey H.IIUUt
from
reports
many leans About 700 British troops areas who helped us with American to place the blame ,:,HillbHIiti. Prlqr.ir.. ,, It* Ctity Hillbillies
in the
the tl'm'pl.
source and it looks to us u if the year 1964 is going to : were killed and 1,400 wounded. saw., H*corruption called the money' our burden In our time of sorrow everywhere but on the Com t,JO-O.elt. V.* Dylt Th. P.p.'. tin Casey Dick Van Dyt
In 1867 w* also say thank :you. f:45-Diet Van Dyt. P.lfrlm.gt Pen Casey
be a good one) and especially Florida. Our growth Congress pasted legislation changers thieves and, making a munists. Dick V.n DyU
At time like this words can
rate continues in about the same rate that it has in providing suffrage for ".courl' of small cords", hi. not I all the gratitudewe It would belabor the Imagination 10:00-Dtnity K..,. Th. I INS H.ur Ch.nnnChannlntj! penny. Kty
Negroes In the District of Columbia. express 10:IS-Dtnny Kayt The |II.h| Hour
.
drove them out of the temple to dream up (in Mr, Ms- Danny K.,.
the past It isn't a boom, just a good healthy increase,, by force. (Matthew 21.1214): feel I. but to each of :you won er'. words) a "more 10:JO-Danny K..,. Th. I llth H.ur Ch.nninf Danny Kty

month in and month out. It further appears that as the In 1911, President Wilson. presented Now Mr. Niswonger and Mr. with ill our. hearts, w* say, positive progressive nation deserving 10:48-Dtnny Ktyt Th. I llth_ Hear Ch.nnin Danny Kay
thank
ipace exploration program continues to expand we will his 14 point speech for Dug, how can these local con you.The Gen Alfrey Family of their loyalty and 'II ,00-NtwsIIHS NtwiTomqtit N.w.ltn. News, Spurts
become peace before Congrrsi. servativ constitutional right pride" for our children than I I -Sporfi, Wlh. ShtwTon.qht Iteri.l, W'th. W'th.r, tonal
more and more in the picture, speaking of our In 1963, Premier Tshonbe of late, which you have charged Dear Editor--:: the one wt, as parents, have II ,10-Thtt.rtfII Sh.w Late She, Rlvarkcat

local area. Up to now none of Polk county has receiver Katanga Province ended secession with hat mongering, be a 0 It it an editors right Is It i grown up In For this reason :45- the Stirs Tonight Sh... Lute Shtw Riverboat

too much in the way of contracts, but that I is starting from The Congo and fled dangerous as you seem to not to print those opinions he we want no teacher In our
to Paris.A think? Certainly a person wh deems wise as long as b* discharges schools to present Socialism or
to change and we will be in the midst of it before you believes in Constitutional government the responsibility of his Big Government In a favorable Thursday MORNING January 9

know it. thought: for the day-President is no danger to our profession. His choice Is not light to our children under the

Polk county Is Lincoln said: 'Truth Is the American way of life. guaranteed to please everyone. false label of "progress. T,00-M.vl* Ttday She, Good Day
to
going have
another school o)* best vindication against slan W* on the conservative right And that choice may not And when w* all agree on 7'I-M..i.' T.o.y ShtwTtdty N... Seed Day
higher! education, the Polk County Junior College, which der." have the sneaking opinion that "feather! his neat" If h* has the just whose opinion our editor 7:10-M.vi* She, Mek,. Evan Good Day

will open its doors in September. Our tourists will continue the pink bat u* for exposing courage of his conviction.. Integrity should print, one of two thing 74S: -M.v,. T....., Skew Micki Evan God Day

RADIO. their pinkish ways. The liberal can b* costly, but it is will be bappenmg-we'11 be I 00 CtpttlnI .
,to come through in : Tdty Strew MicU I.... Captain
great numbers. We in this theologian bates us because w* priceless kissing the feet of a dictator ,II- K......* Tael., Skew Mick,. Evans K......
section should do everything possible to get a road from expos his heresy. The Communists What Mr. Niswonger!: and Mr. or we'll be entering the pearly I:10-CtpttlnI Ttdty Shtw Cirt.onvlll, Ctpttln *

H LW City to the main turnpike, a direct road. It too, consider us their Dug seem to be interpreting aa gatea. :41- K....... T.d.y Shtw. Cirtnvlll K..'..**
WINT number one enemy, and they the editors duty is their desire Chas. Deming
would
mean millions in the way of tourist business for also brand u* aa extremist and t:00-Amerla.e: T.dty's Marie Ei.rcli Mrnin( Movi.Morning .

if we can't get them off that hate Her are quotes 1:15Hillery: T.d.y's Movie Cirtnvlll MorinJ0Rempor
pike, either coming or mongers. t: born Todiy's Mtvl Cirte.nvill Movie
going, we will be losers. 1360 ON DIAL jy Gus Hall General Secretary f:45-Romp.r Ream Ted.yiM.vi. Cirto.nvill Morning Morning Movie
of the Communist Party USA WSIR Program i,4oWFDN'FSDAY
"With all of this increase in activity, we will also Monday thru FridayMORNLYO published In the July 11, 1MO DIAL 900:: lS- N... T.d.y. Movie Spanish L....". Morning Movie'

see:"a great deal of building within the near future. Weekly Worker "In the opinion : s 01 Mommy Nen Roundup 110,10-10:1:II CIS 1 Lt>N.t Lucy.. W.rd T.d.y f.,Merle Ward. Spanish; ) I..,,.,,, Morning Movie

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,I [ And Some That Are Way-Out Former PrisonSuperintendent I I l I I I l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI I I l I l l I



I There's Lots Of Flounce In At"Home Fashions i '

ii Talks Of Families"The ; : .
J11 .
By; GAT MWLEYITI 1.h

Women's Editor family; of today; Is
NEW YORK UP -There'l
quite different from the family .
a lot of stay; at home on the go
in fashion circlet. of years ago" Mrs, Helen
Rare Indeed ii the collectIon K. Hudson told the Alpha

of women't fashion for Epsilon chaper of Delta Kappa -
spring that doer not include Gamma at a recent break
at least a couple of costumes fast meeting at the Park Restaurant.
suggested for the woman who "They; have 'farmed 'Il.A
wants and can afford the I out' many of the home responsibilities
time and money to look as s L to the schools."
:
glamorous as Marlene Dietrich Mrs. Hudson who at one
around the old home time was Superintendent of
stead the Indiana Women's State
Floor length costumes with Prison, is at present on the
sweeping skirts dominate In faculty of Webber College
the new at.home clothes. And Continuing along the vein of
among the most luxuriousseen the "Importance of Value
from the New York designers L I Orientation In our Society; "
were those by Fer- : Mrs. Hudson stated "We cannot
dinando Sarml. These werea therefore assume that
group of beautifully printed I children will learn values at
silks made as he said it n home." t.V .
for "dinner at home" We'd She challenged the members
add, "with butler cook anda of her audience, all faculty -
couple of maids in attend members of Polk County a
ance." Schools, to do some self-
It took Annie Klein and i- FiLy4 examination of their attitudesand
Chuck Howard designer at feelings for "one cannot
Junior Sophisticates to come deal with altitudes and values .
up with one of the Jaziiett of children if one is not
costumes of the season.bright on solid ground In one's own
green crepe pajamas with col. beliefs and attitudes J .
larleis overblouse top. They Mrs Carl P. Schiller, chapter -- -- -
ruffled the trouser cuffs ruffled president presided during MRS. LEROY VINCENT HERR the former MIis Cynthia .
the cuffs of the long 1 the business session. Members Kay Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. J. Robertion .
sleeves ruffled the bottom of contributed to the International of Kentucky and Oak Ridge, Tenn Mr. Herr ii fie

the omblouse. .... .--- Scholarship Fund son of Mr and Mrs. Duane D. Herr of Lake Panaioffkve,
Runner-up In the offbeat which makes it possible for The
formerly of Winter Haven couple exchanged vows
loungewear division was John FEMININITY Is softly touched off by this green crepe DONALD BROOKS adds a flair of gaiety to lounging foreign students to attend college December 2 lit In St. John's Episcopal Church In Kiiiim*
WeiU's madly checkered pan at-home costume from the Spring 1964 Junior Sophisticate at home with this gown he designed for Townley's Spring in the United States. m... Mr and Mrs. Herr are now making their home in,4
taloon and overblouse combination collection. A supple flounce marks the hem of the 1964 collection The costume, done i in a black and bright Delta Kappa Gamma sponsored Kisiimmee. Mr. Herr was graduated from the Winter Haven .
three such students in the
in tones of brown loosely fitted overbloute and Its long sleeves. The flounceIs red floral printed cotton features a deep flounce from past biennium. Mrs. Schiller High School and attended Florida Southern College.
and were black.cinched The at pantaloons the ankle repeated on the hem of the wide bell-bottom pants. the knee to the floor on its extra full skirt (UPI photos) also pointed out that the

by a narrow band, the checks National Headquarters of
easily were two inches aquare !!llllllllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII' IIIIIIIIMII: Delta Kappa Gamma had received Page Trio AfedicaAuxiliary .
and the whole costume wasa DAILY KCW5.CHICC6ILLII a letter from the late
bit reminiscent of a clown'i 'Around The Town | John F. Kennedy; signifyinghis To AppearAt To Heat Talk By
baggy drawers. appreciation of the part

among The above the 80 designers.plus designers were i Col.I. Green Here For Brief Visit i this promoting organization world was playingIn peace The VillasThe Kathy KeithKathy

and manufacturers participating through such means as these Dawn Page Trio, direst
all this week in a = scholarships.Miss be the-
Loveless from the Langford Hotel Keith will
Ruth for.
a
the series nation's of fashion visiting shows reporters.Not for. Col. Harry C. Green Jr.. commanding officer of the hospital at the Air Force mer faculty member of the in Winter Park will make speaker for the monthly meet

all Is stay at borne Academy in Colorado Springs Colo., is spending a few days here with his par Winter Haven High School guest appearances this weekat ing of the Polk County Med-

fashion by; a long way, bow ants. Mr.. _and___ _Mrs..__. Harrv r..- Green.Mr. ------. was Winter a special Haven guest The Villas. They will appear ical Auxiliary tonight at the
ever. For those going out In 14.t.. by chaptermembers Mesdames Friday; evening from Haven Hotel at seven p m.

the height of style; designer and Mrs. J. A. Groover The meeting of the Local Charles Boland has returned CLLIS Harry present Wlmberly were R.- nine until one o'clock and Miss Keith will give an illustrated
Hollle Parnls produced a collection have recently movedto United Council of ChurchWomen to his classes at Florida
and sons A. Allen Ernest DuCharme Saturday from nine until mid lecture on her re; .
which pointed to the Winter Haven from their which had been State University after spending E, L. Jewett Victor Laugh1m night.
reton of the natural wabtBne former home In Tampa. They; scheduled for this Friday, has the holidays here with C. G. McAnulty; Haiel cent trip to Pakistan after
ClubThe trio consists of Dawn
either belted or unbelt- are now making their homeon been postponed to Friday of his mother Mrs W R. Bo- Gallop V, Miller D W. Moreland The which she will' answer any
eeL She Med a great deal 16th Street MS. next week, January 17th. It land. Also home were his A. L. Scarbrough Carl P. Page on the drums; Jay Caruso questions concerning her
el bias cat to give figure will convene that morning at sister Miss Janice Boland Gallop Club met Saturday Schiller V D. Simmer James Cordovex and Bert journey.
shaping without tight fit. Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. ten o'clock in the Hope Presbyterian a teacher at the Georgia Academy at the Polk County; Soverns, J. H. Whitney AliceR. Fore, base trumpet. Mrs W, Perry Keith of Winter .
Miss Parole predicted 1M4 Church for the Blind in Macon Riding Clubhouse with Susan Haven Is president and
Rocca are her from Chi. Woods, Misses Juanita HU- Early reservations for attending
would ee a white Easter. cage QL for a winter vaca and his brother and sisterin Wyllys, president presiding. ty Helen Simmons, Fannie O these Mrs. John W. Clot felly; of
AM everything that isn't tion. Mr. and Mrs Harrison .law, Mr. and Mrs. W. The January; social ia plan.. Smith Phyllis Smith and Opal appearancesare Lakeland is program chaIr.
white win have a white touch Kitchen of Chico, Calif have Robert Boland of Ashland ned for the 18th. It will begin Sprunger. requested. man.REEBEE'S .
I omewbere" she said. Her gone on to BrooksvlUe for Va Robert la on the facultyof at 4:30: with games and
and black dresses of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hayes the horseback riding, followed bya -
navy a visit after spending several Randolph Macon ------
and bad awl three sons are newcomers wiener roast at six
silt or silk wool days here with the I.tter' College for Men in Ashland p.m.
small collars or yokes of to Winter Haven. They and dancing until eleven
moved here from Haines City brother-in-law and sister o'clock. Parents asked SHOE BOX
white organdy Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dr. and M... James F. are being
White abounded In an the and are residing on Longfellow Smith and family. King and daughters, Kathleen to pick their children up
eollectlons competing with Road. and Valerie Ann of promptly at eleven o'clock '
some of the, brightest and Cleveland Ohio flew down Last month's social included
Clearest of other colors. Jack t. Knight has re- Dr. and Mrs James Pa- last week for a visit with guests. This one will be closed
White pique, white cotton turned to his clssses at the gano of Canton Ohio, were their grandparents, Mr. and and Is for members only. New Low Prices
brocade white cotton quilting University of South Florida recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.Walter Mrs. Walter D. Howard, Ave. The club will not hold a
all showed for evening after spending the holidays Howard Avenue C, nu C, SW, Dr. King la on horseshow of its own until
wear. here with his parents, Mr. SW The former Is a surgeon the staff at Western Reserve the completion of the Sun
The coat firm of Originals and Mrs. J. R. Smith and at Mercy Hospital In Canton. and is a house physician. shine Circuit. especially since
showed white daytime coat his brother and sisters. Al, They are vacationing for three Mrs. King has been a heart one II to be held here on
in hard-finished twills others June and Frankie Knight weeka with bis mother In St. operation nurse for three January; 29th. The group will For Our Semi-Annual Shoe Clearance

in fleeces, sometimes trimmed Petersburg years at Marymount Hospital hold one during the early partof
with a ;yarn type braid. Mrs Gladys Kendall of April. Classes will be linedup
Vera Maxwell was one designer Tallahassee has been visiting Cadet William R. Beailey; and a program of events
to give the strongest here with her brother-ln has returned to Georgia Military The Legion Auxiliary; will will be prepared for mailing Now in Progress
endorsement to the apricot and sister, Mr. and Mn. Victor Academy; College Park meet at S p.m. tomorrow out of town.Announcement.
and pinks for the new sea- Hodnett Ga. after spending the holidays evening in the Legion HalL will be made GROUP 11 Thousands of pair of fine GROUP 2:
son. here with hi. parents Final plans will be made for at the schools ss to the time shoe In wanted styles, colon -
Mr and Mrs Roy W Beasley.The the forthcoming horse show and place for the next meetIng EXQUISITEDress and materials. SAVE up DESIRABLE
-------- food concession, of which since it would ordinarilyfall to $12 a pair on shoes you
auvmiiau Wesley FellowshipClass Mrs. J. W, Glass is chairman on the date of the cir Shoes can wear now and for Dress Shoes
of Beymer Memorial cuit show here. months to come. I randnames
Methodist Church will meet Mn. Lea P. Daniels of Over seventy youngsters attended know CARESSA
you by
for a covered dish supper at Haines City and Mrs Jane the meeting byt PALIZZIO respect
seven p.m. tomorrow at the Wallace of Dundee are both and want MR. CHIC
church. Miss Eula L. Ginn patients in the Winter Haven JOSEF du VAL TRU.WALKSA

state director of Wesl.yFoundationl Hospital. "
throughout the VE UP '12 Per Now at aFraction u, 'ef
New ArrivalsMr. TO Pe" SAVE $9 ,
state will moderate the program of TO '.1
"Methodist Missions in Mm Donald Grinenko of .
Cuba with Cuban Refugees. Brandon, the former Miss Dee and Mrs Jerry; Wells $1490
Dee Otte presented hergrandparents. are the parents of a son bornat NOW Their Original NOW SKP

Haven Temple 21, Pythlan Mr. and Mrs 3:IT p m. yesterday In the
Sisters will meet Thursday Bob Otte of Lake Alfred with Winter Haven Hospital The Price!

f night In the K of P Hall. a new granddaughter Dorl baby weighed in at six pounds
'GET A HUGE '' Mrs. Thelma Johnson of Mulberry Lynn on December 30, at five and a half ounces.
District Grand Tampa General Hospital GROUP 3: GROUP S:
Deputy,
Aa eight pound ten ounce
$100 Chief will make her official GROUP 4:
born at 1:12 IMPORTED
11x14 WALL son was : p.m.
visit. A full attendance is re- Fire AuxiliaryHas yesterday; in the local hospital Josef du Val FLATS andIMPORTS .
| quested. to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vo0V FLATS
PORTRAIT
InstallationMrs. L Robinson of Auburndale.Mr. : Little) Set-Back Heels ,

oP Cephas Atkinson M.... DOMANI I
TOY. CNILOD was and Mrs. Jerry; W.
Installed as president of the ler are receiving congratulations Dress Shoes SAVE S '8 51 by Sandier, Chic

GifTS Fireman's Auxiliary Mondayat on the birth of a son Cover Girl! Caribbean, ,
the home of Mrs George The baby arrived at 1:01: a.m. I, VALENTINE AIR STEP ,
F. Snyder today in the local hospital UPS r
$1090 SAVE 5
Pee
Other new officers are: weighing eight pounds and SAVE : $9'51, NOW ? .
Mrs. James Hudson vice president seven ounces.
; Mrs. Walter Ferguson
@ secretary and treasurer. $890 NOW $590
Mrs Garland Pridgeon retiring NOW
president and Mn. JansenDyerANTIQUE All Sales Final
James Turner Jr., outgoing ,
When you mow secretary; and treasurer each SHOW No Exchange or Refunds
received a gin from the Aux SPECIAL GROUP! GROUP ,:
to town. iliary. AND SALE ?
.
Lunch was aerved follow. Dress Shoes Matching

Y.vr w.I..",. W.,.. log the meeting, and then a Lakeland Civic Center AiMri.e C.l.n I Sty!.. 3 Ways t to Buy and

3 DAYS ONLY! H...... will call with a songfest was held. Mrs. Walter Jan 10, II, and 12I SAVE '
Morris accompanied the g 17 o CASH a CHARGE AuortedHandbags
IIa husks .f tilts cad p.l r
m 10 PM
group at the piano I PM to Deity
Thur. Fri. Sat. IrnnJIy' e.rtlitfi. free a 10-DAY LAYAWAY
The next meeting of the organization
e 40 EXHIBITS C
ear nliei.n, style a4 Sg90
will be held at the NOW
u .u.i"... Led.. ... home of Mrs. Turner. Books Closed .
Jan. 9-10-11 -- ---- -- -- Che" .. Nylkl., Ftkru.ry

0 Flats Lo Heels NOW ,11 .
If vie be.. lass sne.4
HOURS; 10 AM.I PM; 2 PM.Q PM t. Winter H....* WI. son John Crisp Funeral Home SANDALS OPEN UNTIL ),
SAV
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NO AFKNNTMf NSSOfO a SUCTION Of SiVUAl POSiSNU s> ro MO 31:
e KM KWTIAIT a MH, AND CHIIOUM Ot'' All AGES 8:00: PMFRIDAY 2
294-2989 PRICE
KHTMAIT PSUVUtP AT STOal A Paw CATS ATTH TAKI :OI I First Street South NOW $490 & $690 .

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I The Citrus Scene I "SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK SMOKED WHOLE



By JACK GURNETT I
J The Florid Citrus Reporter
6 to 8-lba
BLESSED THE RAIN of In.alore display material!, a

Rslns which visited prictl. roll of thin wire, pliers, staplers,
espy the entire central cltrui s I plastic tape and other mateials AverageLBa
belt, Including the Winter HI' .
Including thin wood strl
yen are, Monday night Ind I
later, have proved I bleislni t I ping, to actually build displays
to grower. And not just because .. for either fresh or processed
I
of the needed molitur e t Florid citrus H* might even
on the trees-It plowed dowipkklnf I be totin I big automatic juicer
I bit and gave mor I for In-store demonstration! ,
strength to the market atruetur These men go into a tore and "Sup.r-Rlght" Short Shank
.. suggest displays of citrus
You might eaU such rain[ s I which will help the retailer! sell! Sliced Picnics Lb.33c
"Super Right" Fine Quality Heavy Western
"Mother Naturi'i own volume I more Florida products He will ;
control plan." even design and, if necessary, Allgood Brand Sugar Cured
There had been tome Irrtgat. build It right in the spare allocated .
jog under way here and there by the store-at no l I Bacon 2 ;ri5:89c::

but the eirly-week rains put a cost to the retailer. BEEF SALE'Boiled!
or
stop to them. Not only are these men good
This la just another eontributlou merchandising display men, but Ham P 9 59c
-th* rains coupled will they know their subject and
talk to Mr. Big it chain
the mulling cooler weather- can
to the health of the trees and headquarter or at the regional. ,;,,' Lean Meaty

for good a bloom situation conducive to a can division furnish or "mats"local level from which They e ,; Chuck Roast r . le 4S Spare Ribs ... u. 49C

C e aINTEREST cuts can be made for advertising '
: TO GROWERS: specials on Florida citrua- Mealtime Mold Breaded

Florida, all hepped Citrus up Mutual over the dlretori obvious .. end should where they the run newspaper Into a situation Chuck RoastBoneless t FULL -. 5S Veal Steaks 'ft: ?= 69c

CUT. . .
need for MORE research can't use mats, such a* photo "Super-Rlqht" All Meat
in all field of citrus, from the offset (as the Newi-Chief will

through planting consumer of the acceptance grove right of be glossy in i print few month of the )proper they have die Chuck ALL 69 Franks ........ ... Lb. 49 c

the end product will depart Over the years w* have bePDprlvU.,1 Cold MIAT l6 Cop'n John's 10-Or.
from its usual format for the to personally know Remedies
and work with scores of these Fish Sticks Ea.35c
meeting .
January .. .
The directors will meet at men. A job n I Florida citrus COLD CAPSULES
the Lake Alfred citrus expert merchandiser or field man, bar Clod Roast t = 11. 7911 Headiest GreenShrimp
ment station on the morning of often been the stepping stone to I .
Jin. 1J-next Monday-and get something big. And the FCC COLSPAN ........... lb. 79C"SUPERRIGHT"
the whole" "$S tour" with the alary scale for such men, I In
station director, Dr. Herman addition to actual travel expenses Chuck SteakSwiss 55
Kelts, at host, explaining just Is not consistent with s; 11.
what research projects are under that paid by many other food PKG OF SLICED
way at the station, what lines. c
stifM they are In and when they But from personal knowledge, 7 9 BONELESS COLD CUTS
ml!;*.! be completed well as the overwhelming majority of 10 Steak LB' 79
.
how much money each Individual these men have been consclentous ALL MEAT e SALAMI
study Is costing and will and have given the Indus
C<<)at. try a dollar's worth of work- *
Following that tour, the directors end more In many Instances AC Tabs Children's Aspirin or BONELESS BOLOGNA
will have lunch and for each dollar they are pale Buffered Cubed Steak LB. 89 LIVER CHEESE
ALL MEAT . .
then meet in the experiment And the Lakeland headquarters
station auditorium for a ahort through I system of punch Aspirin.. Sft 29e SPICED LUNCHEON
business session to handle whatever I cards, developed long before the
business has accumulatedsince magic brain or computer cam VAPO-RUI Ground Chuck BONELESS 69 PICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF

the December session. Into being, allows management ALL MEAT LB.
to keep track of what each Vicks "t01
S a a man 89C
,
,
THE COMMISSION MEETS does each day and what call
'The January meeting of the h. has made with what results DECONGESTIVE TABLETS Your
ind can put Its hands on any Boneless Stew 69
Florida Citrus Commission has 11. ChoIce
been tentatively set since the man, from the maritime provli Drl stan Bottle 98C MEAT . 2 S
ces of Canada to Seattle or .. of 24
December session, for Jin 23 6. oz.
Baden-Baden, with little
-the date anticipated for the delay!
But these men, a* efficient PKG.
availability of at least a preliminary Ground Beef 3 $129 1
II they are, are handicapped! In 1 LIS.
report! by Boos Allen one serious tspect they have e
& Hamilton, management surrey
no "brand" to sell! -they work
experts who have been
strictly on t commodity basis.
taking the commission's operations
apart, piece by piece, to Even if asked by I retail of -" FRESH GREENPARSLEY ALL PURPOSE
;
see what makes It tkk-and If flclal, they cannot even recommend PLAID
it la operating to full capiblll- that! I certain packinghouse 5O&\TI
or concentrate plant, for '

ties.But this Jan. 23 date la, and example, be contacted.! I APPLES I With' thta reopen and (uronata of
0 a
we repeat, tentative. Howeverthe I yE+e I 20< Off Label lirdti's INSTANT
week of Jan. 20 Is IDENTIFICATION COMINGFor '
more Coffee ::' stir
or less certain, because, reportor I the reason dated above, .
no, there is business piling his writer! believes product a' y \ LB Crosse geed J"Mt.14 tanu.h Sunday
I I
up that must be handled! -but identification for Florida citrus, 5? 4 39' danaary 12.
it was the desire of Chairman both fresh and processed, ii BUNCH BAG ,
Sim Bank of Lakeland that much closer today than ever L.: ____________:1
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regular business[ and the receipt before. In fact I believe Boot
and discussion[ of the survey report Allen & Hamilton, the man. '
could be handled on one igement consultants, now mak IDAHO BAKING RED SWEETPOTATOES f
Itlr..Iwt [
diy. log a survey, will recommend PWD
There have been all kind of that as probably top priority -tI STAMPS' I1I
rumors about what the Boot- The several advertising apn.cl. POTATOES
Allen & Hamilton people! conceded lea which the commission has WII" thh' eeueen and punhw NAnd
by even their competition had over the years have IU Page SIIINth II Kniethy
to be the belt In the business tried to sell "product Identlfl p'nut Butlr 2eL; 59c
will come up with-but cation" as an "absolute must' 1059I 5 LB 49' Jae 1.11.14Ceup.e
I see no reason to expect any for the Industry-most of them ." eoee'through. Sunday,
immediate wholesale revisions.! [ minting to "Sunkist" as meaning January 1a. .
This might be I revelation! to California, and in year I
some, but there are a few member past "Texsun" meaning Texas --- _:---___:.J!! !l
of the commission who Florida his a ready mad Welch's Grape Jelly or Ann Tomato
I Pale Zttty Nutley ColoredMargarine
might still resent!' outsiders mister brand slogan or word Sunny Brook Grade "A" Fresh FIi.
'
coming and telling them whit "SunFLAvor" which the commissioner Grapelade ...... ;: 39c Ketchup ......,1 :;:?? 49c ..... 2 ?} t 31c
II I wrong and what to do. There of agriculture I la tryIng
atill Individuiliiti Green Giant Cut Ann Page Really Flee Golden Rite Sweet Milk or ButtermilkAsparagus
arc some rugged -* to push. Setting of minimum EGGS
on the commission.MERCHANDISERS standards for tiling "SunFLA 2 10 Cn'..,'- 49c Mayonnaise ..... PJT 49c Biscuits 6 1-0... 49c '
S a a vor" Is a necessity before licenses ? .......... c. .
AT WORK for its use would be Issued Green Giant Sliced Ann Page Elbow Spaghetti or Elbow
One of the little known functions by the commissioner of agrl SPECIALJANE I
Waxed Beans 2 43c
|1.;, Macaroni 2 } 37c -
and job of the Florida culture, ...... : 1 DOZ.
Citrus Commission I II merchandising This writer has never been Green Giant Green Ann Page Tart Sweet PARKERSTUFFING MEDIUM 53
The commission today able to understand why it'*
has tome 53 field men scattered possible to Imprint the word Sweet Peas.. 4 'c: 49c Salad Dressing 'JT. 35c MIX
over this continent, ts well none "FLORIDA" on the lid of I
Green Giant Golden Whole Kernel Nabisco
Premium
In Europe: the latter workIng beer can-and Impractical to s.01. M.I-0-Blt! American, Pimento or Swiss

especially In what are I do the urn for concentrate Nlblets Corn 4 7C.:; 49c Saltines ..........., ;;;: 31c 2 P.gs. 39e Sliced Cheese ? 27c
and
knows as the "low countrles'rwith or single strength jukes ... .
headquarters at Frank- Iliads.
furt, Germany. IONA CREAM STYLECOR

This work Is all directed out Jane Parker Delicious
of Lakeland by Frank D "Dee" Lake AlfredRecent Freshly Baked
Am, director of advertising and 17. O2.
merchandising for the commit- N 4 CANS 49c
Ion, and require! "Dee" to guests of Mr. and
travel a lot.Following. Mr*. Alvin Kubik were former APPLE
the freeze and the Winter Haven residents, Mr. PIES
shortages of citrus for tome and Mrs. N. B. Rushing of
years to com became! obvious Live Oak, ind Mr and Mrs WYLER'S VARIETIES
there were a few who thought Arle May of Wlnemse! Ind.
the Florida citrus Industry A reunion of the Spears family .
should pull In its horns, cut wi held at the home of .
back on advertising and merchandising Mrs Thomas Granger! in Carefree SOUP 2% 01. \ 49c
-there were a few Cove. There were 60 members 10e SPECIAL
who wanted It all abolished In attendance for the covered Pkgs.EA. .
"until wt've got something to dish luncheon, Including ( ) p/z.lb. 19
HU once (gain." ill greatgrandchildren and 17 i EACH
However, over the years the grandchildren Attending from
trade that Is the chalna, the out of town were E. W Spears, WHITE HOUSE WHITE BEAUTYSHORTENING -'
supermarkets and even the Mr and Mrs. Douglas Jennings
comparatively few "Mom & and Mrs. C W Jennings, ill INSTANT NON FAT
Pop" stores left have come to of Lake Wales; Mr. and Mrs.
depend on Florida merchant! E. W Spears Jr. of Ft. Myeri; Your dreams come true with

tag staffers to keep them advised Mr. and Mrs Roy Spears of DRY MILK : Prlcn In tote I4vetiMmtnt >
of what Florida I II doingin Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. Julian >Z & PLAID STAMPS am tonthraujn
the way of advertising and Hendrix and family of Tampa; tatuMay. ,
Ir" yuAr ATUNTC t January 11
promotion. Mr. and Mrs W T. Glenn and IaCNR TIA COMPANY, ttfSupermarkets,
The trunk of the automobileof family and Mr and Mrs Curtis LB 221 A..... "I.- N.W.
a typical Florida Citrus Commission Williams of flames City: Mr Ot. / 3 CAN 57 t WINTIR HAYIN, NX
field man looks like the and Mrs Tommle Evans of 1 iz Pkg. 55'"
workshop of a "do.lt1'our self" Lake Alfred and Mr. and Mrs UOUfceSkmWffUll
addict. H* will have all types Dwight Todd of Auburndale. _MM swgwr *a ALFRED, ,LA.
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HighlightsOf II Johnson Asks Congress F or Broad Changes PONYTAIl Wall Street Liquor Permit

(Continued From Par One) I dispatch, voting each proposal smallest In proportion to national (Continued! From Page One)

campaign, Johnson told the law. up or voting it down, but It output sine 1951, when federal and Tavern Owners Association
makers least bringing it to a fair and Chatter have maintained since the
: spending was a fraction -
MessageWASHINGTON final vote. liquor permits were Issued that
"It can bo don by this sum "Let us carry forward the over $44 billion

mer." plans and programs of John H* said It calls for "substan NEW YORK: (UPI) "The they were dlacltminated I i

In calling for approval of till Fitzgerald Kennedy-not because tial reduction In federal employment near unanimity of bullish business I' against, that permits l Issued to

(UPD-Hlgh- $11 billion tax cut bill by the of our sorrow or aympatheybut a feat accomplishedonly forecasta for 1984 is a persons with criminal records,
lights of President Johnion'ifirst end of January, Johnson urged b. c a u I' they are one before in the past 10 I cause of some concern since to out.of-county parties, to per'sons
State of the Union me- Congress to lower the basic right." years." It also calls for the who misrepresented faction
only twice in the last fifteen
life: withholding rate from 15 to 14 For his part, Johnson pledged smallest number of civilian defense their applications and to
BUDGET: ThePrildent per cent to give wage earner a "progressive administrate employes since 1950 without years his such unanimity parties who were "fronting" for

an estimated $200)( million a which I* efficient, honest and sacrificing military strengthin i proved correct," says Clark others
promised to submit
I budget month in added buying pow.r."That frugal." He said his new budget any way be added. Dodge & Co. The beverage department has
for filCll l 1965 of (971 "But it ia not stand still denied all that Influence
tax bill has been for example will be the a I "The answer to the questionof allegations -
billion a cut of $:\\00 million thoroughly discussed for a budget" Johnson said, "for which way it could prove to had been used in determining

from the $'J84 billion expectedto year," the President said. "Nowwe America cannot afford to stand be wrong this time appears to who got, the licenses.Rlchird .

be tpent In fiscal 1964 He need action The new budget still. Our economy is more com be that business In 1964 will Keating stale beverage
New York plex. Our people' needs are I director stated during the
Slid this would mean a deficitof clearly allows it. Our taxpayer expanding." reach more of a boom condition height of the ruckus that "where
surely deserve It Our economy than virtually any of the I
$4.9 billion, far below previous to there 300 applications
strongly demands It" Ha said It was possible forecast expected Interestingly are over
expectations and would be meet these needs by closing for 97 licenses, there are bound
He said that while more than enough, there la nothing like
accomplished by cutbacks in 70 million Americans bad jobsin : Stock ReportNEW down obsolete Installations, curtailing the same unanimity regardingthe I to be "some" disgruntled license.

federal employment. 1963, "we. will soon need i less urgent federal programs stork market Instead, there seekers.
NUCLEAR: Johnson challenged more than 75 million" Like YORK (UPI) Midday cutting back where wise la a great deal of skepticismand The members of the grout
Russia! to follow his lead to "right the wrong"have
fighting
and "by insisting on a dollar's
wise, he said the nation's out. stock prices: I close to a majority who are
In ordering a 21! cent reduction denied they were a bunchof
per worth for a dollar spent"With I
put of goods and services hit Irate Alabama Gas J5% advocating either selling at
in output of enriched disgruntled people hut 'll'l'r.taxlI'Yl'rI .
of $600 billion last year but American Can 44*' these savings be said, present prices or on any further .
uranium-an atomic explosive "it easily could and should be American Hardware 44H' "I am able to recommend in strength The advance.decline who wanted I fair'
and C 1 Oil D g down four still $30 billion higher." American Motors IS this reduced budget the moat a..w..0..i ?rn Mr Index has become so popular shake.
plutonium pilei.FOREIGN One of the biggest (complaints
federal support in history foreducation to be the advisory !
The President outlined detail American Sugar 24H as suspect,
: He outlined a of his attack on poverty only American T&T 140H' for health for retraining *1 dont want to be cheered op, Donald Not,over service says lodged by members of the group
program featuring military the unemployed and something as serious as having was that licences were now for
I BIT
In general terms. But he saidit American Tobacco 21
strength and alliances coupled sate from $2,500 and up. Severn
for helping the ALLOWANCE CUT1"Annual
economicallyand In
"If further profit taking
would Involve state and local Anaconda 49%
with a bold search for East Weetagreements of the members have'
"which can enlargethe efforts as well as federal action Babcock & Wilcox 54% physically handicapped"Johnson anticipation of lower 19M tax stated from time to time thotthey
and would be aimed it "that Bendix Corp 49! conceded l a this rates does not develop In the
hopes of all while violating could buy a license for a
war against poverty would not years in Klwanls: Forrest next few &
days, Spear
the Interests of none." one fifth of all American fim Bethlehem Steel S4H Dinner says price They have steadfastly refused -
POVERTY: Johnson called tiles with income too small to Boeing STtt be easily won. Weese who has more than 40, Staff Inc, "our best guess to buy a license
"It will not be a short or (Continued From Page One) would be that some switching
for an "unconditional war" on meet their basic needs""Uofortunately Borden SS Tony Ejbl with more than 30; The members of the protestIng -
Americans IH easy struggle no single weapon and scored the olchange" (t may occur but should not be a
Briers Mfg "iposties
poverty In the United States to many and Earl Chance, Wilbur group voted last night to
live the of In!. 43% or strategy will suffice, he major factor after the tax bill
help that 'one fifth of all on outskirts Burlington who "want to destroyour Charles, Cliff Scott Duey Ells continue as an orgnnlritlon and
said "But we shall not rest until is enacted
hope because of their Chesapeake & Ohio 70%
American families with incomes some traditions./ tn fight their case to the finish.
that is worth and Clyde Pettijoha. I
war won.
too small to meet their basic poverty some because of their Chrysler 81'% Kiwanla! ho said, stretset Another meeting was scheduled -
needs" color, and all too many because Cities Service 63% "The richest nation on earth many things. Among the most Mrs. Dewey Touchton, clubpianist "The stock market. has moved for Jan 21, the day aft.'rthe
TAXES: H. urged passage by of both" he said Coca-Cola 112H can afford to win it. important of these, he said, are received i gift of appreciation. higher despite wide scale expectations grand jury li supposed! to'
Feb. 1 of the administration's "Our task 1* to help replace Colgate 40% "W cannot afford to lose It. character and individuality. Darwin Carrel Introduced of liberal profit t.klnlImmPdI.tl'l begin investigating.Quotes.

$11 billion tax cut bill present their despair with opportunity. i Cone Millf 15% Asserting that $1,000 pent to "Each of ua should pray 1 In guest, who Included after the first of
ly before the Senate Finance Johnson said be opposed I reduction Continental Can 44% selvage an unemployable youthcan the new year that with Coda a pair of Canadian citizens the year In expectation of low
Committee and called for low. of the 40.hour workweek Curtiss.Wright 11% yield $40,000 or more in his help wo may be part of the Division Lieutenant Governor er taxes Apparently the feelIng .
lifetime, Johnson vowed to Roy Alexander of Sebrlng took la that if still higher levelsare
Bring of the baste withholdingrate to 35 hours because it Douglas Aircraft 2244 pursue cure for our country's Illness :
from 15 to 14 per cent to would Increase costs and invite Dow Chemical T1H' poverty wherever it exists rather than part of the dli- part in the installation ceremony expected, why take profitstoo
give wage-earners an estimated inflation. But he suggested that DuPont 240% from city slum and small ease," ha concluded. along with past lieutenant I early," says International
$200 million a month in added the question of paying higher Eastern Air 28H' town to migrant worker camp David Ellsworth served ai governors who art members Statistical Bureau, Ine.Youngsters From The NewsBy
of the club.A .
and
buying power, overtime rate be explored to Eastman Kodak 116H' Indian reservation master of ceremonies following I
JOBS: Johnson rejected organized encourage employer( to hire Ford Motor lil% "Our chief weapon in a more a brief report of the year reception for the new president Will United Tress International
the dinner which
labor's demand for a more worker at regular pay, General Electric M% pinpointed attack will be bet. and an expression of gratitude preceded WASHINGTON Rep Eugene
'\ 35.hour work week to create thus creating jobs without raising General Motors 77% ter schools, better health bet. to his officers and committee was served In the dining room (Continued From race One) Keogh D.N.Y., Indicatinghow

more jobs, but he endorsed i costs. Gen Telephone 11% ter homes better training and chairmen by Derrlng. of the.Haven Hotel. Ion, DC. and Lexington, It,. close the administration's
study to determine whether excessive In the foreign policy field the Georgia Pacific 53% job opportunities to help more The latter received the past The rounds are the finest in medicare bill was to being

overtime causes Increased President said the United I Goodrich 82% Americans especially young president's pin from a line of N.LAKELAND Frost Florida. passed out of the House Ways.
unemployment and States "must be constantly prepared Goodyear 41H' American escape from nearly a score of past presidents Although the show Is I few & Means. Committee: '
whether a higher overtime rate for the worst and constantly Gulf Oil 4744HI. squalor and misery" of the club who were (UPD-The mor weeks away, dozens of personsare "It i that terrible, agonizing

would lead to more jobs acting for the best.. Central 53 present His immediate predecessor ning temperature bulletin from I working dally to make sun feeling of being able to lee it,

CIVIL RIGHTS: The Presi strong enough to win a war Intl. Harv. 39% Legion Hears Daniels, give him I the Lakeland! Weather Bureau: everything Is In readiness touch It. but not grab it"
dent also urged passsge "this and wise enough to prevent Interchem Corp. 374 gavel as an expression of the Forecast for Florida Grounds keepers, carpenters,
session" of the civil rights bill one" Intl. Nickel 69% (Continued From Page One) club'a appreciation peninsular caterers, Judges and course designers LONDON Former memberof

presently before the House "We shall neither act a* ag- Int. T&T lill% hundred children. Nearly 480 A highlight of the affair was for tonight and Thursday: are busy it the site Parliament John Lewis reported '

Rules Committee reasons nor tolerate acts of aggression John..m.nvm.( 5244 adults and children were remembered the announcement by Ellsworth Rain ending extreme northern completing final arrangements stunned when his own
," be said "W Intend Kennecott 77V4Koppers and Summervill that John Calvin a member of portions of Suwannee and Night shows will be staged doctor confirmed police suspicions
Goldwalcr Bids to bury BO onlid we do not 41M praised the help and generosityof the club since 1941, had been Gainesville districts during the and both rings art perfectly that he was drunk after
intend to be buried"Toward Kroger Co. 28H! Legionnaires the Auxiliary voted an honorary membership Illuminated to Insure excellent being arrested while driving:
committee under Mr F, L. in of his of afternoon Partly cloudy and what
recognition years visibility from any seat "My God, are you saying -
this end Johnson &
outlined Liggett Myeri 70%
(Continued From Page On) Hicks, and area resident in service to the club and to the warm. Widely scattered showers Top prize money of $9,000 this ?"
the state's cities a 10 point program featuring Lockheed S.HLorlUird
most populous
making Vile the moat community. Calvin Is serving will
successful north and central districts rear be the Florida Orange
military strength and \
alliance 45
'They are regarded ts crucialto Yuletide operation of recent aa chairman of the junior college Concentrate !jumping event. WASHINGTON Sen. Harry
coupled with a bold Louisville It Nashville 91% Thursday afternoon. Lowest
winning the primary.Goldwater .
year advisory board Last year, David Kelly riding F. Byrd D Va, declining to
In obvious pain I search for East West agreementi Merck 109% Summerville made brief temperatures Thursday morningIn I
added "We believe L. E. Tisdale remarks Windsor Castle, world famed speculate when the Senate Finance -
'from a recent heel operation, "which caa enlarge the Mldd leSo.' UU1 39% that the magnificent work la Calvln'i behalf since the tt's all district jumper, successfully negotiatedone Committee would clear
limped through a day of campaigning hope( of *ll while violating the Monaanto 63 done this will an Incentive the latter could not be
year prove pres Future temperature outlook: of the most difficult courses the til billion tax cut bill:
Tuesday In Concord interest of none. Mont Ward 34% to make the 1M4 Christmas ent.
ever designed to take first prize. "It all depends on how longIt
HI right foot ia In cut and Th program also envisioned Nat Gypsum 47V4 members Turning cooler northern districts
a season an even better ODe Also the following Kelly will be among the contenders takes to act on these sections
be walk with I cane. The pain "increased use of our food a* Paramount Pict. 57 For the deserving needy families received special certificates in Thursday sight No frost danger this year and admits and amendments There if DO
forced him to cut abort by one an Instrumnt of peace" expanded Penney 44% of this area." recognition of more than 23 through Friday his competition will be keener. effort to hold It up."
hour a public reception at his world trade and "an Penn RR. ZII%
campaign headquarters expedition to the moon in this Pepsi.Cola SOU

Fielding I wide variety of decade-In cooperation with I Philip Morris 744

questions during a news conference other powers if possible, aloneIf Phillips Pet 49% NEVER FORGET HOW RIG

Goldwater said if he were necessary" Republic Steel 43%
president be would be Inclinedto The sire of the budget cut announced Reynolds Tob 41%' LITTLI SAVINGS GROWI

provide air cover for Cuban by Johnson for the U Seaboard Air Line 42%

exiles tn aa Invasion of their months starting July 1 was ess- Sears Roebuck I7H' II'* a matter of taking I few peanuts out ofeach
homeland."I fly the biggest surprise In his Sinclair 44 H
would help Cuban exiles, message. H* had laid previoua Socony Mobil 69% paycheck and placing them In a savings

I would train them and supply ly he would try to keep the Southern Co. SJ
them" be said budget at $100 billion or less Sou Nat Ga< lil% account at American National.. We'll remember

but he had not been expected togo Southern Railway 62% ,1
Goldwater who
emphasizedthat
i twice I year te pay you the highest Interest anmured
Russia needed the United below the Kennedy total Sperry lit'"

States more than "we need The President did not say Standard 00 (NJ) 77% (, bank can pay-a giant 3'/t percent.
them," favored threatening the where the reduction would beyde Studebaker 79
Soviet with rupture of diplomatic leaving that entdbt* Sunray dx 33% i' Save for I tiger hunt, vacation In the Alps or

ties to win the cold war H* Midget message be will Swift 44% '
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laid Russia would free "cap ingress Jan 20. But he said Texaco 69H \ zoological college for your youngitor. Whateveryou

tive nstlons" rather thin risk they could be aetielved! without Texas Gulf Sulphur 23% want, big or small, save for It at
severance of diplomatic recog sacrificing essential human wel-\ Union Carbide 120%
nition. tare programs unless "11"* hitter U.S. Pipe im The American Notional Bank.

and fumble sway our opportunity U.S. Rubber 45%
FLORIDA STOCKS In needless, senseless US Steel 57HWalworth Member F.D.I.C.

Here are the 1 p.m. closingson quarrels." Co. 79
Florida stocks as reportedby In possible reference to past Warner Bros. Pie. 14%

Francis I. duPont 4 Co.: legislative delays, he added: Western Union 33M
Air Control Products 11% "Her ia Congress, you caD Westinghouse AB 30%
Twmpa Electric 29% demonstrate effective legislative Westinghouse El 33%
Florida Telephone 29% leadership! by discharging the Woodward Iron 21 I .I
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Tippit Awarded MATS Slates CAP Squadron Holds First Meeting



I rRTr' crowdof Force Academy It It understood pointed out For female etdets
Medal Of HonorNORTH New Airlift f Speaking to a capacity ,
cadets, their parents, and that his entrance exam there Is also the Eastern: Ab
J
r visitors, Capt. Leo Van Drimmden ination score was the highest line Stewardess School which
PORT CHARLOTTE, d ORLANDO (UPI c... launched the first meet. : ever turned in by an applicantIn Is held in Miami There la also
W Kelly, chief of the MilitaryAir
Fla. (UPI The National Police Transport Service sale Ins of 1964 of the Winter Haven : Academy history. Four other a Cadet Exchange Program

Officers Association said Tuesday night he believes MATS Composite Squadron of the Civil former cadets are now serving for both male and female ca
Tuesday It will award posthumously their country in various branches dets.
will undertake this
operation
an Air Patrol at the Teen Club
of the Armed Forces In closing, Capt. Van Drlm-
its Medal of Honor to a year that will dwarf last 711r'l"Operatlon
." In Winter Haven Monday night At the present time the Winter melen explained that Civil Air
Dallas policeman alain while Big Lin The purpose of the meeting Haven Squadron has a total Patrol is a strictly voluntary
MATS transported about IS
trying to question the accused was to acquaint members and roster of 31 cadets and 18 sen organization. The senior mem
000 men of the 2nd Armored
killer of President Kennedy I Division from Texas to their families and prospective for members During the meetIng hers give of their time and

The widow of patrolman J. D. a record S3 hours and EuropeIn five members with the new training two of the cadets Edward knowledge with no compensation
I and educational Summerall and Bert Gerber other than the satisfaction
IDI program
will the award minutes. After that bad
Tippit accept there that in of Job well done "All of "
went into effect Jan. 1. related their experiences a us,
a special ceremony here Jan. been talk of a similar maneuverto Van Drimmelen
Emphasizing the tremendous ClvU Air Patrol and during concluded
17, according to Lt. Gerald S. PROMOTED Marine the Far East but this wsslater strides that have taken place their summer encampments. "have young people growing

ArenbtrK resident director of Sergeant James B. David-/ cancelled. since the Invention of the airplane Summer encampment a 10- up. What we make of them is
Capt. Van Drlmmelcn at one of Florida'sAir what our world will be. And
the police museum and hall of ion, Jr., son of Mr. end day stay
fime. Mrs. James B. Davidson/ Police Seek explained how Important It is Force bases is only one we know our CAP cadets will
shot down last for the youth of today to take advantage to being a CAP cadet help to make this t better
Tippit was
Nov. 22 when he attempted to Sr. of Winter to his Haven, waspromoted Couple In their rightful place In the aerospace Capt. Van Drimmelen world."
pr.s.ntr.nk
Since it into
age. came
atop Dallas Lee street Harvey shortly Oswald after on Ken a Dec 4 while serving Man's DeathST. existence in 1942, the Civil Air
with the Motor Transport Patrol haa helped to give youth
nedy was killed from ambush. AUGUSTINE 24-HOUR TELEPHONE
Company Headquarters UPI-Po- a better chance to prepare for
Arenberg said Mrs. Tippit
and Service Battalion Marine lice sought a car carrying a ""' 7r.. 1 the future he laid
would be the medal
presented California couple today In hopes Capt. Van Drimmelen cited Professional Answering ServiceCall
Corps Bate, Camp
highest honor accorded by the of finding an answer to the CAP LEADER-Capt. Leo Van Drimmelen command. the case of one Winter Havenite -
Police Officer Association, a Lefeune, N. C. Davidson slaying of Fensrd Joe Smith and Ing officer of the Winter Haven Civil Air Patrol ad. William Gerber. A former Us 294-4204
certificate and a cash award of entered the service in November the disappearance of his wife dresses an audience/ of young people interested in joining CAP cadet Gerber was award
"several thousand dollars." 195I /. and son.Police. the CAP. ed an appointment to the Air I
sought Mr and Mrs. ----- --

Moon Shot Building Calif.Strom, last Halimlnan teen driving of LaMesa south in

a black 1950 model (Plymouth)
I ear with Kentucky licenseplate.

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Sheriff L. O. Davie said the I

To Cost $63 Million ahminans of Smith are believed, of Warren to befriends :

Mich.

CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) A square feet of metal siding to Smith was found shot to death!

little. over two pars from now cover the $236 million steel Tuesday outside a hotel at St.
doors 45 stories high will rumble Augustine Beach where Davis
framework due to
hi the
open on the building where one go up said both couples had stayed.
rocket stage will be stacked next few weeks to give first He had been shot five times

atop another to make the Da.tlon' shape to the 52-story, located on with a caliber pistol apparently
; first moon ship adjacent Merritt Island In front of the hotel and

Tuesday, the Army Corps of -Four doors, each more than his body dragged Into an alley
Engineers got the tab for cloth the sheriff as Id. f
ing this massive vertical assembly 150 feet high. Police found the body after
building metal and equipping -Air conditioning with a 10000 dawn and then found that

it: $63,306.378. -ton capacity Smith's wife Patricia, who Is r I IpI i I I
This was the lowest of four -24 automatic elevators, three pregnant snd their year-old
bids submitted and was about son were gone from the hotel r
$2 million more than the $612 huge stages bridge of the cranes Saturn to rocket hoist Into the and ao were the Hallmlnans. AIE .,i* I II ,' Ili III, I l ''I I i i ii

million the Army estimated the Davie said both Haliminan and I'd
place, and a seven story launch i II i I
,
project would cost. Smith were Isndscspers and are ...l .
control
I center adjoining the buil
The apparent low bid to be believed to have known each i I I II ,
I
ding. The rocket will be wheeledon a. t ll I I
awarded after final tabulationand I other before the two couples / y rl ll flu I" r I I1' III'' I I II L I I.I
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railroad tracks to its launching 'p ,
examination of bids, was registered at the hotel Dec 28. }b Ii .I.II I I { Ip
pad Intl j ) i
i I
which from three California firms -The water supply, fire protection .I'I' IIp I 1 tl' I I I I r I d. 'I I I'I' I I I II J
pooled their "
resourcesMorrison electrical system and JFK Memorial '4P I I '>H I I IC. I
Knudson It Co., Perini v ; I ; IiINl IiINl'i
Corp, and Paul Hardeman, Inc.. sewerage system to operate the I y 'r ? t tl d ''IIIi n t p I;
all of Southgate Calif. building which Is about half as
For its tall as New York's Empire
money the government
will get: State Building. Hospital SetWEST r4 '' i II I >n ... M I I I I
-Mor. than Also 125.5 million cubic feet I I i l IW;
r
one million { s w I jI jIII
yawning space which makes 'i I Iql I I

the building the world's largest PALM BEACH (UPI- II I / I I I i li liId
Hospital News In volume.Another. Local official announced Tues I ?ql I 9 I I I
'
day the U.S. Public Health + or 1 I' .. I I i
TUESDAY'S ADMISSIONS Service has approved a $I 2 I II

Winter Have Boy million matching grant for bull. .' tI
Mrs Ronald Houston. Miss ding the planned John F. Kennedy I li'I' 1 + '
i II I'o'I! '' I I9I II
SANTA I tII
MONICA. Calif Memorial
Helen Stmson Miss Barbara (UPI I Hospital. I I I
K. Atkins, Mrs George Ivey, I I Jerry Lewis and his wife, I The hospital will be built at I I
Mrs Margaret Branson Mrs PattI had been hoping for a Atlantis a West Palm Beach

Etta Irvin F. Clayton Smith, baby girl for the past nine suburb and administered under '' I d do t I
Mrs Lillian A. Carrico, Master months and Jerry's' motto was the Lake Worth General Hospital lip ,r 1 I
James A. Johnson Baby 'think pink." to which the federal grant l'' ;; I I I I i I C I
Linda R. Pabor. John H. Wll- Tuesday night Jerry becamea was made The government + w \ '
son, Mrs Harry D. Cromwell father for the sixth time when funds will be matched with '
Mrs Betty Ann Robinson Patti gave birth to an eight about tl.8 million either contributed \
Mrs Jerry W. Marler, pound one-ounce boy at St. through a local campaign
Mrs Jerry Well., Mrs Vernon John's Hospital or collected from a first mortgsge. -
S. Chastain.Anbnrndale. "Boy or no boy," quipped the .
comedian "I'm still going to R. E. I I I '.
Small president of I I ; II
a '
.
Mrs. Gerald Cannon, Harry call him Gloria He'd better bea Lake Worth General said bid ) I'' Ill I 1, I li I I I I I I II I
Gordon Allen. fighter" will go out soon and that contracts I l ulc ''li I I

Eagle Lake The Lewises have five other should be let by the end
Mrs. George Stephenson children Gary, 18; Ronnie. 14; of the month About $800,000has
Lawrence Pittman. Scotty, 8; Chris, 6, and Anth already been collected here
Bartow ony, 4. for the ISO: -bed hospital.

Martin Owens ARTICLES FOR SALE 1'I I u 11 n1j I Il l t
Lake Hamilton
Mrs Anna C. Olson

Lake Alfred
rfomer J, Abney

Davenport
Mister Curtis Beaton.

TtESDAY'S: DISMISSALS

Winter Have CLASSIFIED ..
Stephen M. Bsrnum Benjami9 r
: S. Fuisell. D. L. 'Gar. t
Sep. George N. Clock-I READER
net!. Mrs.: W. S. Graves andInfajQljon.

Roger L. Henry, SERVICE
Mre V J. Holt and infant .
daughter, Alfred L. Lincoln '
Alfred C. Ryder Mrs. Roy I

Smith and infant daughter,
Mri. Clifford W. Summers

any.. infant Aubnrndale daughter ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS


firs Gerald Cannon Mrs FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD .
James J. Hargrove
John T
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Kiipatrick, Miss Mickey A.StUrgis. C a
Notices For This Department ,,
; EnglewoixlMrs. '(. CAorotct Impala Sport Stdo and (background) Impala CtmtertibU.

Pauline S. Colley. Limited To
.

Drier Z Klsslmmee Clements. I. 1 Items fr Ml'* *r nay r* tke I. Ne l**.tt Ne e..,... '64 Jet-smooth Luxury ChevroletWhat

.. Tampa MIN, If 121., .lets ..
AD CellI.
'Thomas J. Firestone airs 2. 11 Wad-Jlt..i .Ness re
Stephen G. Garvin. Lack AtI. I. A. awl be kffkt In t*

Avon Park .11114 .., .... wtItMl does it take to make a car a great highway performer? to get the best out of them. They were built to be driven by you-on
Edward' A. Martin.Sebrlng H IN'. iflc If maw. .....1. tk.. .It. If the car happens to be a '64 Chevrolet one thing only. A highway. the kinds of roads you drive on.You'Il
:: *ffri e std M* eel *r Mil1 |IS with ,.,..... find else for the And that's really the test of a great highway performer Just about
*M n"' b.r w ......... .f everything already neatly packaged you-on
William Rodenberg she miler .. .M ..._ ear exactly as you pick it off the showroom floor anyone can get a kick out of driving one, just about anywhere, just as

Ittrs. Melvin Lake Alfred 4. N.> MMeMU ... will ke 7. N. thaw troIen. There's a choice of seven engines-all the way up to a twin-carb it comes out of the showroom.

Smith. '"1"04. high-compression 4.5;;-hp V8-and four transmissions, including a Which, after all, is the kind of performance you'd expect from Chevrolet

Mrs. Eddie Lake L.Hales Stovall and 4- .. Ads will mi lle..,.. finely honed 4-speed stick shift* The greater satisfaction and enjoyment built into these cars is

In/Jit daughter 4- And underlying it all-a bump-skimming Jet-smooth ride that helps borne out, year after year, by the higher resale they bring over other

DUCK HtTNTEIUI nivr when makes in their field.
TrI: keep the performance great even the highways
,
MPEED: boy's .,,lira. blcycl. .*. .nod.M handmade MI5.r docojri. Ba....,..Bl CY- aren't so great Next time you're out your dealer's Tray, allow a few

OH, MYACHING Cfll.nl condition, npalnud, WSOO.CT 1-1:11I.: What about special performance equipment Professional extra minutes to sample one of these highway performers/
H704. 21
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DUO-THERM .Ili. h t r with A few needThat's
blow.r 51300. CY S-41M .fur driving skills? Forget them. on your own. are really all you'll enough

BACK SMITH CORONA portable. 24.445a 00 p.m. Nobody has to doctor or coax or soup up these Chevrolets time to do a lot of driving in a Chevrolet. nd.d..a..e

from Mewl..TM.. .n.. .it..k"th"*.tut... tmdMh nIIHpd' ..du.al.r..ha.ed adjujtm.nt B pllrt 11400.CIIu,..".CT. 4-fflSO.: Wasbe5a t PORTABM5 rlM-lrto ....t....
.. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chcvrolet-Chevelle-Chevyn-Corvalr'Corvette
hu tb.e.h. raIM un>d Rood condition. SI 00 ch.l
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Manatee Hurricanes Race Past I Kentucky Cagers Sink


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Whiter: Haven Cage Team 96-58 1 To Bottom In LeagueB



01.1'1/'/ \RRfcTT at Georgia Tech, Tulane at Ken

I Page Gels 16 Points, Anderson 13 \, I'nllrd Press International \tucks. and. Mississippi State atnnderbilt

Kill a kv, second ranked bti
Daly k ','11 quad in the nation is
I The Winter I The Devils kept the game
: (the bottom In the South Davidson Stays
basketball team from being a bigger runawayby
SPORTS'Finley I column moved enjoying one of their highest r I m Conference this work
up
'' Unbeaten
Tops
w' low rated Louisiana Slateon
,
of the
urea last night scoring quarters season I
Chef I back at the I with 18 points in( the third. During top, and the reason could VMI Five 70-58
l-.i Mails has
that' LhU Dirk
the Winter Ha-
atee Hurricanes that period,
Bradenlon. good offensive r "I himself, while All.Amer. BT JOE r.FFCEN
ed at :I ten court men played
j h,,prful Cotton Nash of Ken
The loss ball and proved they IPl Sports Writer
straight for the could score with long shots. ti,k\) can't arena to. Precocious little Davidson,
puts them on the 'I They worked the ball well and L | Ni-h continued to pace SEC which has dwarfed some of college .
Sets Up ShopIn Western :I when they got a good shot they .;I scorers this week with a 277 I basketball's goliaths for
mark I usually made It. 1 point average despite what, for the put 10 games, finally
The 'Cane I, Anderson and Page paced the him, were poor performances picked on someone Its own size
opened the fourth Devil attack during the third a K im.t Georgia Tech and Van. with the same resultanotherWildcat
Louisville Center the chant, "we quarter with eight and six derbilt Nash scored 20 again! victory.
as the Manatee points respectively Tech, and only 15, hit first One of only three major
SS lead going I With both offences! going I game below :20! points this tea teams still undefeated, Davidson .
I r
sion. Trying their K inn, against \anderbilt. The boats a total enrollment of
Ky (UPI) 1 in Convention Center today to ply with their : flit and furious, the fourth quarter Vtldcits lent both games only 1.000 the smallest In the

ILOUISVIIJ.E' owner I prepare for moving the A's poured in 28 I for proved the spectators.to be an exciting The Devils one I Italic on the other hand, Southern Conference But that

act up shop I franchise here, despite strong For the ,\'! dumped in 19 points and the scored \2 and 31 points re hasn stopped the Wildcats

opposition from other club own they Managed 'Csnea found 26. protnrly against Georgia and from battering the likes of Ohio

Maryland Jury ers. high bettering : i I" Manatee Is now 31 In the lie 11l1a, raining his average to Stale and West Virginia
scored against 21.1, curd: in the conference Tuesday night Davidson, the
The determined Finley signeda Western Conference and 8 2overall .. .
season's opener nation's fifth ranked team In
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Hands Down 6 I The Bengals, who started conference
contract Monday with the Haven attack on I The Blue Devils againstFt T BLUE DEVILS TANGLE WITH HURRICANE-Mem. play with a 3.7 record, the latest weekly United fred

,tight Rules Commonwealth of Kentucky for led by who. tucked Myers Friday night gn at: the ben of Winter Haven's Blue Devil$ basketball lean tur- I von both games handily.A International ratings, faced the
the use of the Kentucky State Page Winter Haven High School gjm. round Ray Foster 1151( ), of the Manatee Hurricanes in an hl'ad.to.hrad duel between second smallest school In the
BALTIMORE Md (UPI) goals and six I effort to fourth rebound Devils for Nash and Mule la expected to Southern Conference, VMf ,Tr!*
: The game will atari at I pm. get a quarter fighting
18 rnd to
points I result was Devldann ,
Jfce state alternative of Maryland of faced major Rick Anderson, 'with a preliminary Junior varsity the ball are, Rick Anderson ((22)) George Davis (1111 highlight the Kentucky LSI) VMI 58, and the Wildcats now
Wjth an abolishing game slated for 615. and Bobby Downs (14)( ) The Hurricanes shellacked the same Friday at Louisville The
''jtfnfessional boxing, today con- and 1965 seasons. urea with 13 hold a decisive lead in the coQ
"red six recommendations The contract was signed after McDanicl added : STATISTICS _locals. by the tune of 96-58. Matte Vildcati if will he continues be favored at this but fcrrnce race.Villanova '
,
Mfcde by a grand jury investCng !. Municipal Buddy Rogers and \"Intrr R..*. It H pi I* ranked 10th, l1it-
negotiations for
leasing
the Oct 16 ring death of had six each Don Corliltl e t a purr, may cause' trouble toned St. Francis (N.Y.), M 43;
: I Knol.I Stadium at Kansas City The Hurricanes I Jfrrr Bnhbr Bimrrlnoriro Down. 101 4 Gifford Says Players Of OldCouldn't Mississippi Donnie Kl'ulnllerronlinut'd two Missouri Valley teams-
.
fell through I as No 2 SEC scorer
era In the two ( D.VI. 0 II Bradley and Drake flexed
the state to
the urged
jury Finley, with members of his Richard Rink R.. .I'IO. 0 KeKnlnger: scored 50 points In
Trapp i their muscles against Intersections
*Btct tighter regulations for "front office" from Kansas Buddy Riwrra 0 1 5 conference
crew hi team's first two
18 points.I derv MrDnmei 4 0 a I opponents and smiltisll
trot of boxing after report- City, inspected the newly I Last In Pro ( win and loin to ;
that 'no fraud" was foundhe renovated Convention Center in The Manatee Mike r CnphKMRick dUnrdon : I I II LoopBy his Gurnet average a tlijhlly a to 23.11. up Manny Newsome tossed in 39
Knox death. fast and built up Anderson a I 111 points aa Western Michigan upset
downtown Louisville Tuesday, Ted Docket who also had his
01 weighed 178 for I bout "This is where we'll sell tickets fore the Blue I ToOls 111117 50winos. OSCAR FR4LEY planned radio and television career difficulties at, Kentucky took It Ohio U., 9J9J, la other major

Wayne Bethea last Oct 14. ," he II id. rsnge. After a rg n ,1 Ip IPI Sports Writer He still la going ahead on the chin twice, dropped to games.
n he died two days later as But before the ticket selling Anderson the John Crinw.uBuy I' MIAMI (UPI The Immnr. I' with this and, ss a commentator fourth In the conference with a Davidson, which leads the
suit of ring Injuries, doc- can get underway, Finley must showed their : Fn.tfrRnfn n Mr CBS, worked the pro country with a 571 field goal
: tal Four Horsemen of Notre 21.0 average Deekrn managed
breezed to 21 8 I II rultnn connected
a ,
said the body weighed only have the approval of seven of Mik., Klla." II 5 Dame gridiron glory couldnt Playoff Bowl game Sunday. But only 34 points In the Tech and percentage on only
lunds The jury, however, the 10 American League club I margin The Turn IrionOnrdm I In 1962 he couldn't withstand 428 per cent against the Key-
In the national Foot. Vandrrhilt .
.
even play
T 'l rRlrhird It 111111'1.Florida'
find evidence of points on the dots, but snrr center Fred Het-
1 to a the
owners for the move. At presenthe Tnpp 0 4 III ball League of this era, Frank urge to get back Into action s scoring twins,
lnsl nature and said it was ing the second John W.Ikr I and eel tossed In 22 points Including
I I .
> his only one certain vote- : I 13Teel rejoined the Giants.'It
Gifford of the New York Giai.lsasserted I Brooks Henderson and Dick
I atee countered Toby 8nahr
several baskets
.atla: ied "Knox did weigh as he key to point
his own. j I today, took me a long time to Tomllnion, were holding down
45 21 Intermission the Wildcats to their first
was represented to weigh at 1717 M conference
said he Is I certain of back "
Finley get Into condition
I "They'd be much, much too he recalls fifth and sixth spoil. Henderson -
" the time of the fight"To receiving the required seven small to stand the gaff," said "I feel I had a much bet. has averaged 20f, while Tom- crown.Track
prevent a similar recurreoce owners' votes approving the Two More i ij the handsome flanker back who ter season this put year but boson, despite a nine-point night
the grand jury suggest Closed For
transfer here. ( was knocked out of action him. playing with fellows like Y.A. against LSU, has a 16 aver
I ed that an lns be held
weigh*
"I still say after they receiveall self for one year, "The site and Tittle and Del Shnfnrr made It age.
only on officials scales of the Contract Talks
the true facts about our differences ferocity of those defensive easier They have to put two In seventh and eighth positions
state Athletic Commission and
we'll receive approvalfor Is unbelievable defensive men on Shnfnrr while ARCADIA Calif.
Contests teams were Vanderbilta Clyde (UPI -
examining physicians or a
member of the commission directly .the mo\e." Those people are j "Consider Jimmy Brown," he they usually only have one on lee and John Ed Miller. Lee Santa: Anita went Into Its see-
the fair minded, he said points out with vast admirationfor me A good receiver should boosted his average to 19.4 by end day of cancelled races to.
The jury supervise also recommended ceremony.: The American League owners NEW YORK ( game. will be played In the Raleigh the 232.pound fullback of best one defender because you scoring 40 points In the Com day caused by a strike of part-
-That participants undergo will( meet la New York Jan. 18 bowl games came i Durham-Wake Forest area the Cleveland Browns, first ball know where you're going and rnodores' lost to Tennessee and mutuel clerks which began

complete clinical-type pre.fight to decide where the A's will today and from on the same day I. carrier to gain more than a he dorln't." I victory over Kentucky Miller, Tuesday after union management
medical examinations with each play this lesson.Mickey titude of most I James R. (Bud) Jack, director mile of yardage In one season. Gifford looks forward to at whose I Ml-second field goal beat negotiations,
I of athletics at the University "lie Is 10 ahead of the least Fred II, Ryan, vice presidentand
test phase recorded. I years one more season of play the Wildcats Monday, has si
-That criminal records be a they would have of Utah and chairman of I II game although, he says, "I really 18.3 average general manager of the
Wright
bails for denying promoter licenses good five-cent I the NCAA's; extra events committee I I'I. "But," adds Gifford, "in 10 don't know If they want me to Dale Gott of Wlnlesi Tulane track, said the sinks could
which certifies sll 1 bowl we'll\ have lot nf Jimmy back" Lee cause the track to be closed .
to individual partnershipor Named Member Conditional years a come What he meant Is (18 0) and Dolor of Auburn
games, said the condition for Browns, fellows who nut that he doesn't finish down 'permanently. The strike
members of a corporation.That Mayor's Trophy 'I. are know If he will (176)) out this
fighters sign affidavits Of Golf HallNEW New York City each game la that the reipee.tive only big and seemingly indestructible be sent a new contract but \I erk'. lop 10 conference acor. was called because the BuildIng -
stating they do not suffer from promoters must deposit I but also move with other sources indicate that the ers Services Union and the
physical diseases or injuries not YORK (UP) The Bowl game In f 100,000 from ticket sales in a tremendous speed and maneuverability. Giants still are counting on him Games scheduled for the rest Federation of California Racing
listed in their "fight history. honor of becoming the lucky next December by bank 30 days prior to the gams You might say that fAIr at least another season I of the week Include: Associations failed to reach
-That the Athletic Commission 13th member of the Ladies' Collegiate Each team will get $30,000. because of multiple vitamins However, when he la finished! Wednesday South Carolina agreement on a contract to replace .
have fun authority to prevent Professional! Golfers Association Tuesday was A.bH'I we'\II have multiple Jimmy Gifford will have no worries at t Georgia Tech I IThuraday a three-yesr pact whicb
a fighter from appearing Hall of Fame has gone to Browns." The collar ad guy Is In big demand i Miami at Florida. expired last year,
in a match unless it ii completely Mickey Wright, the long.hitting greatest rash of BOWLINGIMHSTKML It s Gifford's opinion that at for commercials, endorsements Friday Tulane at Tennes The union add It wanted retired -
convinced he is physical Texan who has ranked at the imaginable the end of another 10-year span and inch and In addition t see I race track employes Included
ly qualified to participate top of her class for the past "Just what we a 300-pound lineman will be to aiming I for his own television: I Saturday Spring! Hill at In the health and welfare
prize fighti. few yesrsMiss mented one LtAUlB:rlll.1e "just average" and that "everyone sports shows docs two radio I Alabama, LSU at Tennessee, benefits paid for by California
-That prior to licensing of Wright, who set a new at the Hob NnbImpenal IS of them "'11be\ able to sports bows. I Suhurn I at Florida, Mississippi tricks.
exhibitions, promoters be required PGA record by winning $:II,. rector FlnrM Oil 14 move like sprinters" - -- -- -- --
to file with the commission 269,SO on the 1963 golf tour while "We've got 14 nil Pine, Hill(r.ardrn Rulrk Bar 13 1J The six.foot, one Inch ISO-
a ring history of a fighter finishing first in 13 tournaments ready and three Run R.otaur.nt 11 pounder from the University of TOUR R. P. GOODRICH HOURS: 7:30 A.M. TILL 1:10 P.M.
and the results of each fight won the Glenna Collett even bother CVIIWM hilt* Union i.trdi-n Bank Lanes 10 Id Southern California was out of DISTRIBUTOR .
listed, a detailed medical history Var. Trophy for the fourth Crnwtnn Print Ins 19 action in 1M1. He suffered/ abed 1 .er., ,J -
of the fighter and a fee straight year by virtue of a record eon H.Cochran... rxormnn Iniurtnra a a concussion when he was hit g- e. 1
to pay the cost of pre-fight commission scoring average of 72,81 Even so, Ailontown Flint 0AnIt by Chuck Bednsrik of the Phil .r.w.Cs t5
examinations strokes per round. other bowl games Pnrur Taint Bur 4 1 adelphia Eagles. '
bids with the FlnlM Grovel Aun, I "I didn't know what happened .
I fvprm events committee HAH Pharmacy 0 said Gifford. "It was :
of being certified cypron>' Urdriu tans v' 1025 like being run over by a truck
The four MO Hall. Smirk Don M.ml.t 994 21)7 MM 611, Po..,.oil* and I was out coed A lot of
CHECK the Mile High Stone 17V BlOb Cllbort til people said I ought to quit be. _
J polar Grnv.. Ann 2 1104 IMS',
the Auto Bowl In Jim fore I started walking aroundon _
(all 910 AM va Pin (lardon* _
Indian Bowl In Bar S 1031 271 Clyde Thorn JW my heels"Gifford

V These VALUESJ West Side Civic Gn. Olmimn... larilrni ftnt Inn II (US SMI, spent the 1961 mason
Cedar Rapids, Daryl Burnham 1ST 484 v. Hnb scouting for the Giants and concentrating CYPRESS TIRE CO. Inc.
Those four Jim Nob I Irvin 1023: M7.trow III.... Inak gand.n 226: on building up aPRILS

way from .on Println* I Ml Mil, Bill
conditions Or.f 191 HIS vi H A H Pharmarr The Lake Alfred Road
N'CAA's & On
6.66
Scotch Fifth, 0 KM 2821 Tom Dryden 112 ...3lIav.n INK THREEPHILADELPHIA
Mayor's Trophy IVtor.tor. S JIW1 >Ht7.
be in New Tarry Prlrln m {42 vi Ailontown (UPI) PLENTY OF PARKING -
played Paint 0 157 MU. C W, Lau W l Philllss
The Philadelphia
HHAiV Five Star 5.57 3 fee 1633Je 19, 1964, and the 611.I"k. Phone CY 4-3161
JOHN KATROS
Realnn, week a 1noe' M2I. brought their 1964 list of satis-
leyn Gn. n 1'a Ahin (0-Kin).
tied to 24 Tuesdaywith
Oil,) r., Porte P.lnt 0 1030 3175. players
W. Scotch 4.57 3 13"Old Suncoast Krn'.t Cnnfrlr S10 MllUy the signing of pitchers
?
I ...'.191 Ri-iUur.nt iMn Zlmmrrman S 171 21118 H*Bnb"no. v.. Paul Brown and Darrell Sutherland B. F. Goodrich Silvertown TubelessTHE
Drenched Grim Inniranr. 1 1010 2DM. and outfielder John Briggi.
Jinn Mores fl MSImiMMiil
tin 011 I 1014 nDlik Brown, a righthander, had an
ST, Anchor 0-1 mark with the Philliei In
Hickory 3.69 3 ,,1083Early Defending I Bur o l.I P Ml.fplf 21'1n. 461 2tllk3IT''I. :.__* 1Mr I I 1.lx sppesnnces last season BIG EDGE TIRE
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Daniels of Winter --- -
Times 4.19 3 1247 about 100 other ') 1 Made With Tyrex Cord
?
again today to get
That Gives SmoothPerformance
Seniors I COME TO HAILEY FORD'SFRIDAY
Old Stagg 3.99 3 ,. 11" The tournament, On All
ft boles, was
Tuesday but was NIGHTGETTOGETHERS ,q, j Roads. This Is The

Tire Selected By

Ancient Age 4.09 3 ,. 11"rlAM'S '
When r New Car Manufacturers

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To Be :

517" Crown 3.99 3 fet 11"Four 4J Large Supply of These

; 1 ; i Tires, And During

Roses 3.79 3 ,? 10" J The 6:30-FREE-To 9:00 P.M. ] January, We'll Give


Extra Allowance For
3.75 3 11
B'urbon
Supreme ,? i DONUTS and COFFEE ; Your Tires. Buy Now


I "Mett The Friendly People ; Up To 12 Months To

Seagram's Gin 3.79 3 ,? 10" on the Friendly Ford Corner" i Pay -


I NO HIGH PRESSURE SELLING SP BUY ON

: sITAA\ SECONDS

PATHWAY PACKAGE Are Com In And Look Over Our OUR GOOD IUTSIIFACTORY I

Urge Stock of NEW & USED CARS
I
LIQUORS UOXI WHITE SILVERTOWN 7.50iM WHITI SILVERTOWN/

HAILEY TUBELESS a BIG EDGE Till TUBELESS a BIG EDGE TIRE
FORD CO.
Ml SIXTH ST, N.W. HONE 2t34054 ONLY ONLY '

0...* L Ot.,.n* ty Mr. k Mn. 0. W, MAt ...... .. $1585. $20

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(I!) Announcements I ((2)) Help Wanted ((8)) Automotiv. --- II -r'- (I I-A) For Rent, Unf. ((12-C) Mortgage LoansIllIIllllIIllIlulIlIIlIIIhIIlI5IIllIllI5' ((13)) Real Estate For Sal.



Beautifully Decorated HARD WORKING tOW COST( RENT TO REALLY ;!
AUTOMOTIVE \CIIINE: RESPONSIBLE COUPLE OR BEAUTIFULGARDEN

Resort StrawHandbags SHOP FOREMANto CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST MULL FHAMB PAMI1.Y HOUSE 1 BEDRooM BLOCKS 5%% Home Loans

FROM HIOH SCHOOL GROVENear
take complete charge of lid SCREENED PORCHES HARD-
WOOD FLOORS LVQ *. DIN1NO 25 terms i is
I year
ly equipped ahopApply LOCAL SERVICE PhONE
P.M. CY (4810 AFTER 4II 1-10 Cypress Garden

ID Person bit. t lower closing costis

$18.98 to $25.00JuJtgvlA 7717 furnished Avenue. homo J. NW.. Built I bedroom-In mm un ftranire and excellent lervlce ::
VAUGhN It WRIGHT
SAVE MONEY. SAVE TIME 17600 Beaslev Realty ('o. E loam up to 90% of apE ::
a eth St., NW 134 Ith $lrsnt NW. CY 3-3767 I-TF praised value, if deairedE .


SI CALL TODAY (! ) Rent Furn. I a FHA loan. also. 1ilW I
!.LFor
E courtecm ::
TEAR OUT TIllS AD a complete,

COTTAGE SHOP service =
and mull with ram. idlrru tot ::
.. Office Rental = s e saves you money
Road bill boo n' horn nopda and room
Gardena:
too Cypress tic for Free Trial tn test In your Repairs? Alterations HEARING AIDS too.Town. =
Open 9AM. til 1 P.M.Call home.. Toll your friend. makmonev MODERN
Rush name. Blair ,.PWftABl OFFICE Will Immediate
Jack Prater'sSpecial occupancy or
i & Country pornI
Lynchburi Va. .7. panel private office for profeilional
ALTERATIONS POLK NEARING CENTER serialized designing for
REPAIRS
I you.
Florida Rooms Aluminum Discount Coker Bldir 05 ltd BL, NW men Ideal for account E Mortgage Corp. Model homes are open daily
2-B Loans $1,000 Up Bales Co. Inc. CY I45M Phone 293-K91 ant, lawyers, finance air con
[ ) Enter Garden Grove
277 MagnoliaS from
231 6th St., SW. 11-Jan U SALES StRVICB ditioned ample parking In :: I State
I960 DODGE Premier 4 Dr. M. REPAiRS BATTUUES excellent location by the banks :: Road No. 540 just one.half
Very reasonable -
NEED CASH ? 35.000 actual miles origin "Tr rental price. Building 10- E Dial CY 31141fllllllllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMir mile east of Cypress Gardens.
ALUMINUM8CREFN
Bob al upholstery and interior, cated at ERA Third Street, SW / ::

Toda lit Mortgages slant 8 cyl. engine, standard TELEVISION REPAIRS or call owner CY 2444.. JOHN G. WOOD

nd MortgageaAlso transmission, new
1315
For Agreements of s a I. tire A real economy INGS ENCLOSURE ALUMINUM: DISCOUNT- AWN- ((13)) Real Estate For Sale & Assoc., Inc.

bought, aold or arranged car. SALES CO. INC. CY 1-6M4 211 1ST .FLOOR apartment Clean.quiet DEVELOPERS BUILDERS
welkin distance to town
5th St, SW. U-Jaa.: U
'fourBOB FIRST MORTGAGE CORP.OF STARLIT lake. Reasonable. Mull. SRI 293-2517 or 293.9331S10

WINTER HAVEN $795 TELIYISION SERVICI Avenue B. NW. JJ-TF Just Between

519 Central Ave. CY 1515J QUALITY CLEAN CARS FURNISHED 4-bertroom houm.
PinckneyOldsmobile 4Iy. Nit, 'tv $,;yje, $1(1000 per month Immediate FriendsTHERE LOVELY LARGE: I Bedroom Span.
occupancy 90S West Lake Howard Ish Type home Cypress Oarden. -
"New Holiday Hairdo" 1$' 2i1d Sf.. s.W; y,2'.," Drive. CY 1-7815. 1-10 Area Florida Room Central
Station Wanted .
( ) CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bank financing IS NO FINER SETTING He.t. 113.WO. CY 1-001. 1J-TF:
Country Club Beauty Salon RAM AUTO SALES 661 ,Optlt A.M..':I.M: COTTAGE furnished a rooms and ELEVATION or LOCATION -

161S Dundee Rd. CY 3-1639 Used Car Lot 3rd Bt, SW 284-1871 t-Jan. t bath All utilities. furnished Ro FOR A HOME BUILT A
tired
132 onn BATE FXF:rvnvr or Milled counle 18000 a
AVAHARIK AT YOUR OWN Corner of 3rd St., SW at the moth, tIR Ann, I* NE. CY 1-021 FEW YEARS AGO BY ONE Handy Man

1 FK.UKK, Providing i association I. tower .. VACUUM CLEANER JORDAN TV BALES ft BFRVICB CV 1-1010. 3-5 OF THE BEST OF THE LONG
asrraeablej FHIrlnK from 3U yea water ... 2937S47 B This Home
connection Moving$ Winter ParFrbruarv NORTH GATE BHOPFINC FOR RENT DUPLEX APARTScENTS ESTABLISHED BUILDERS in

-NOTICE- Capable.. dependablenvlnclnf .. -8- CENTER Furnished or Unfirn the community, and briefly occupied -
rretlt'ntlala Active 58nmildint Phone 293-8501 'h.d. Phono CY -7305... 37.TT Needs You !
2RK7 W Oakland Rd PARTS A" BBRVICB: for Elrky.hoover FASTEST TV SERVICE: IN SOUTH by refined couple IT'S
Bay Village; 441411, Ohio. S-.i Electrolux and ..1otb- a 2 bdr, with jalouiled breeze-
Service FOR BALE 1IlUPHOLSTERING 2 bedroom home lot
Goodyear sr Free pickup delivery and estimates BFDROOM trailer Lights and on corner
I PIrk-up truck U Font, Excel- way, on a big lot with which
REYNOLDS VACUUM water furnished III 00 per week NE aection kitchen, bath,
Store QUAMFirD" aecretarv. wishes Rat Fret condition overslsa tires. Call CLEANF.R JI:R VIe m. Phone Call CY 3-5511 before 7:00: p m. 7i -' an extra 110 feet can be In
urdu employment hv Indlvlduaor CY 1-2676 HBPFFDOMETFR screen porch. Asking only
CY 14383 MI
firm Contact Boa A13D7 "<1.N.wrnChl.t. LAKE ALFRED Clean. funtlihedupstairs eluded. High clans furniture $5,500 Termi Neighborhoodof

..New Hours M Complete service -and Tachometer new cabin i adult: all apartment.utllltlmi and 18500 use for. n 4' i and equipment Included Cash good homes Worth much

L ft J Bervlc. 166 Un Bt, SW DAY NURSERYHAPPY FINE CPHOIJSTERINO EC: laundry house Included. FR -1468. might speak with a loud voice. more repaired.

I:M a.m. to 1:30 P.m. ((41| ) Lost & Found CY 4-4258. 1-TF PERT BbFINlSHINO .ComJlI t. a-TO'
fabric selection WOI rS UPHOLSTERY .1
Every day but TIME NURSERY SHOP 214 Avenue) A.SE FURNISHED efficiency Idea VAN DUYNE Beasey! Realty Co.
FRIDAY 1:38: a.m. to 19B OLDSMORTLFJ I Dr.. HT CY 1-2710 Day.Night. for one or two Own wafer. Utilities
LOST keys In vlclnllv of Tout Of Very nice Radio heater air 430 Ave. C SB furnlnhn& 15500 a month. CY Real Estate & Ins. 934 6th st., NW'\ CY J-Z757
Dee 93-Jan 23
T.M pm. flea Reward Return to News- condition, PB PS, onsownerjohneon CY 1-32W! J-3B7I s-14
712 Chief 11-TF Appliance.' ; Lake Alfrel: 175 W. Central 2934114
173-1118: II-T OUR MOTTO FOR SALE t-Bedrnom 1% bath

.- LOST Winter. Haven. Railroad. Bta Tender Love A" Cart Painting Papering FURNISHED EFFICIENCIES or tJNTURNISHED and BEDROOMS 79tBEDROOM $11 home.mo Will FHA sell., APPRAI8FD for 111600 FOR Call
DISPLAY hlua. .d-1 1dressed 61 FORD Falrlan BOO A T.. RAH J5-TF IK .
CLASSIFIED lion 18" sinner bnc NIce I.... 283-033 1-11
1985 00 Small down paymentInflOU airy roomiConveniently -
la F A Ounnenhausermonths Repairing with
1 bath separate -
:11I71.Winter: rOund'Hu.n... R@wUd. I''on. HA sILOST ton truck a month, $ ..OO:68cih: 1-8164.t 1-13 14 Building. Call located CY MMi In Old or Polloi CY dining room. Air condltlon..d.IIvlnlf .
and dining cornecarpetod. IDYLRIDGE VIEW
2 J..Jr JACK A JILL NURSERY S-4U7 1-TF
"CONVERTIBLE': Month I Years L J McCOY Quality workmanshlp kitchen appliances Included. Large
---- .- S old Reside, pup IMS Sunbeam Alpine. Only I Monday thru- Saturday fast clean and reasonable 2-BEDROOM house. family kitchen.. lot has steel fencing. shuffle board
_t wM louw as 50 aMOMllty > I P,. Tan white.. and blurk Answers months old Small cash equity 133 Ave C 8K. Phone CY 14580. lls 4th tile bath dOled Saran.. Near course. shallow well and pump. OPEN HOUSE
In name Barge". Heward take 3417 Ih. BtBW Street Jan-Phyl Villaja. 17-TF Howard John.on en 10th St, NW, For terms to suit you. call owner.
Wettk 4MMl CY 1.(1671. 1-1 c'lIt:1oenuo. 1TI'PI'ORT CY 1-1691 trr CV 1-4715, 5-12 ;Y 1-9360 or CY 1-6284. 4-TF $9,950

......" I.,.li LOST Bova glnsses In vicinity nl TAR 1963 TRI Triumph COTTAGE on Lake Pierce. Heatpump -
Hnvendale Drlvt In Reward 11776. Will finance.. R.e at MOO 21stBt SWIMMING POOLS television fishing pier Attractive Homes Out Havendale Blvd Turn
W3-1763.: 7-1 NW (Airport Road) Jim REWEAVING boat Rent for season. Cal d
l1-J.. 17 Brosseau. -Tr 3-3211 1-14 right Zlat St. or Airport Roadto

CLEAR. FURS!: Also pool heaters For Nothing DownI lit paved road on left, or

(I.A) Instructions (5-A) Moving & Storage ([8-C) Income Property My Profession. 15 rears with own and automatic ckemloal feed COMPLETELY furnished.. apartment call ...
era. Phone. anytime CYI'RFIISpooLe utilities and llneni Included
shop In Denver. Polo Pithy May. I I ,, 1 baths family room
29 4th Bt NK Phone 293-6698. 7-13 CY 1-798S. 17.T7rWW .. Will Private accomodate. entrance. I Located to 4 people 624 ) :oven and ranve central oiiheit i CY 1S71I
IMPERIAL: MOVINa A BTORAGK:. .
ARE YOU IN A RUT? START Prompt and efdrlnnt. service toll I lIE f'B IWl'LPJX 243 A.. tin St. NW arrom from Park monthly.. payments Let us roxlmately show these SHE 22 Jan-22
TilE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT % your moving needs. CaCY t. NE. 110.71\0. Roth eentnd. Dn Restaurant CY 4-3157. 7-' today. you
,, ... FURNISHED UNFURNISHED
flu dctucb tenanl& To colt
MIM for ( satlmates.Agents .
Make a resolution now to enroll In IT Atlas Van roe Lines Inc. :I1I1-a.91. s-s ((10)) Articles For Sal ((10)) Articles For Sal. I Adult.BEDROOM only Inquire furnished at Lake houM Ma $100.00 Down bv.plrk ownir and. ...11.pa"to"bedroom w.1\ e..tln.home

ervlnf sll M states. 14-Tf Grocery or call :W3-8577 1TF appliances like ..... tlreol....
WINTER HAVEN screened porrh r Ira,, reasonabl
((9)) Business Opportunity ONE Newly Perorated furnlihed You ran own yOur home.. paymentsof priced 411 7th'St, NE: Til

BUSINESS COLLEGE ((6)) Special Services 7 45 RPM CASH .pertinents. Ill Avenua B. SB rent 158 most 55 monthly are I are bedrooms cheaper. Come than OPEN HOUSB

WINTER TERM BEGINS CY t-1001 17TJ'FIYE I. and let us show these to you. 1-600 P.M.

JANUARY 13, I'MSecretarial CUSTOM MADR DRAPES AND Opening Soon POP.PAKRECORDS FOR YOURGood room apartment. furnished or I-boId_ Ilk tile. bath central
air and heat double carports. NO
unfurnished. Can ba Men at 1124
- ALTERATIONS Blind .stltche Commercial Center. Cypress Car- 7th 81. CW t-10 DOWN PAYMENT. take over payments
Accounting IBM Keypunch modern squlpment 8010 Hickory used furniture and appliancei 241* Ava. A. MW. Vacant
d.n. Road acrois from new
center for offices. .
offered Tall now for an application shopping ) Spaces
304-81 or coma by --- -.- 23-Jsn. .--23 commercial etc available for lease 14 SONGS IN.TOWN LIVING
EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEFPINO CaU Collect (83.3377 Lakeland CHARM LOCATION ft
CONTACTATHERTON- Top ArtlMa Top Labels ,
WINTER HAVEN StRVK; ;, Income Tax' Phone SllUFED spacious and spotless one bed-

BUSINESS COLLEGE CY 4-1160: 1111 Avs r hVfIFib. Regular S6R6 Value room and efficiency apartments CONVENIENCE'\
I
633 Avenue B. NW REFRIGERATORS . completely furnished including .
kevle family home on urge
-Jan. II ONLY $1.00While Ranges. Washers DryersFreeiera garage Short walk to tASTES: a GRACE: ATHE.TO" lot with beautiful oak trees. Near
TV Sets Stereos
Billd Repair" Prnrur. AdviseBmnilhl 1-10 school. I BR 1 bath. living room
Air Conditioners Reconditioned everything Moderate yearlyand .
Services! within myrspabllllle with Roman brick faml-
FREE PLACEMENT : Rendered rnnridxnllalv I RALTY./ Supply Last fully guaranteed. Terms. aeasonal ratei. BY OWNER LE8NICK PARK I room. built-I .l 't"d oven.
SERVICETo and Intelligently Charley. From I3095: *" Up, JOHNSON Owner transferred to Tampa makes
203-5479 ... (AW '., Con -43* APPLIANCES Lake Alfred. JORDAN APARTMENTS 3800 SQ FT Split level 4 hm available I Low down payment
Graduatei ofPADGETT bedroom I baths, Srd bath and
GOODfiEAQSERVICE Phone 873-113: Nit. 173-1840 and assume mortgage Don t fall to
P A f M TI N O. Outside, Inside 204-12114 is-Tr 714-It 6th St., NW 294.2787 :office roughed In. Antique brick sea. Sit 21st Bt. NW and call for
Touch-up. what have voul T I and red wood siding DIning room appointment to ....
Reasonable' with satisfaction gone- Le.Ia, A One. Alkerles, atealler 19-TF I roy..r.. large kitchen. paneled Fla.
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL anteed. CY l- li48. 1-. STORE NEW FLOOR SAMPLES Sofas loom. $35050 Apprnnlrnately 53,101$ EDNA WATSONREALTOR
1-10 217 Ave. A, NW CY I-ZltSTAKB A Chairs 2i In choose Down I CT 1-6948. 3-cf
Claaiei for WANTI; ): Carpentry work Paint from SAVE: 50%. SIKM. 1909 ON CHAIN of LAKES, duplexes.
BROKER AND SALESMAN toe and Roofing. FREE tail MOTEL 13 units. I years old. OVER PAYMENTS I Down MM per week WARE- Accommodate 1 to 4 persona,
CANDIDATES NATK8" W3-0441. 1-1 170000 III.000 down Best Locatloa rooms nf tine furniture Including HOUHP FURNITURE CO 13 IIh Swimming! fishing boating Weekly NEAR SCHOOL 828 6th St., N.W. CY 4-4141

In Winter Hav... CY 3-S.TT9; range refrigerator. Used I ciithon StNW. 5-10 and monthly rates. Reasonable 3! bedroom, 2 bath, double carport
Beginning T P.M. Tuesday, 1TF Apply Sierra Court Motel CY
week DUPLEx APARTMENTS .
Jan, Uth At Haven Hotel (l>.AI) Animal & Supplies SAVE W'400.days WARMIOU8H 17 21 per FURM SEWING MACHINE II* Rag Model i 4-2804 I-TF big family room and this Finished or sufuruiheui.. Lake

(itemed A Guaranteed) TURE CO. 63 Ith St. NW. ..10 buttonholes. monograms. makei cellent location on Ave M, ROmp Heights area. Phone. CY
SPARE 1307 Ith Street NE I bedroom
TIME INCOME: 1-7305: 27-Jan2T
designs Assume 1 payments of SE between all of
grades
,
furnished home 17100 Bessley
CaU 293-0801 3-14'' TOR pupplea BALK Can- be Re seen lstered at Poly moore Refilling and collecting money 1100 Carpet per Shampooer dav rental" with for purchase Electric 1743 Hudcet. N Manager nrrnditnoe Box d.d.A1371 Writs<* I' CY Realty a-3"57 To 134 SIb SIred I-TF NOt> schools and the new Southeast 'iiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimBE

"'rirm k Garden Supply. J'h'-f.. from NEW TYPE high quality of Blue Lustra. John Boland Hard- News-Chief 1-14 Plaza Shopping Center
283-9730 -TFI ..r.. s-s
coin operated dispensers In this FURNISHED Rentala Seasonal $700 Down and $117 Month
(2)Help) Wanted I MONTH old block MiniaturePoodle No To PLANTS THAT COI.D DOESN'T LIGHT oak Silvertone S speak A near round ATHLRTOSRFALTY per
area selling qualify
mule. IW.00. After S "0 you HURT. 8nai"'lr gon. Petunia. Carnation er Hi.Fi with Granco AM.FM 143 W. Central Ave CV the first to lee this new i
p.m. CY 1-4910 .TirAKC must have car .references, $600 Calendula, Pinks. Cabbage 4-3284. 3TF Call listing and will be E:
tuner, Call HA 2-3250 II TFRUBR&.R you
and Collards. .2fto per dnsen
: to $1000 cash Seven to twelve
Part$ Tima 6:00 p.m. to ReirlKtered ..hll---'I;; ;,I SHAW at tralfla light fcloUa NICE rIcan. IIIrnt.h 'nartment. JOHN G. WOOD & ASSOC. amazed. Located on a =
weeks old Robert Harvey US hours weekly can net excellent 5-10 STAMPS For check! All .Ieclr\e. all led II., .
imall practically: maintenance =
Nrkoma .. Lake 1-14 N'i = ,
Ave Alfred monthly income. More full .ndor. mpntmatun\ 293-2S17 or 293-1338
': 8:00: ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby BedaHlghchalr other also d.llnll.Iamp. 5-10 free lot, and =
p.m.Salary Ii m.. For personal Interview Chain Saws purposes
((7)) To Buy or Trade write P.O. Box 4185, Pittsburgh Floor Polishers- U D) ITRFNTALS . seals pocket J-BEDROOM furnished apartment walking distance to town, =
( $3.75 Hour 2! Pa. Include number Z OI Ave. 0. NW. 35TI'VSEDTV sin-rips. STAR PRESS Phone CY on Lake Silver Drive bmmndi'ale OR SALE: .-....dronm home motel hopping, and all aouth- E:
A,
per phone 4-3239 161 Ave NW TI occupancy CY -(770 or CY new restaurant and equipment east schools this home
SETS A. Is. Take --- 1-1390 I-TF Beautiful landscape" large. ,
WE BUY used aii.Iianrna I and furniture .'1- FOR SALE!: Motorola Connote.mahogany highway frontage Doing 1100 no has just about everything 5
ATTTOlCnVE YOUNG LADIES 11000 each Johnson
... pick
and your
sell used
appliances TV. Will take light ally business. Priced
FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS: es. iirnltur. Broth Appllxnees! Appliance Lake Alfred. 172-111:! colored writing desk on trade. CY FURNISHED Beach and dock cottage large on lining I.h. S4HIIHO' Coral Motel for' A. quicksale Restaurant. for true Florida Living! jjjj

WORE: WITH OLD RELIABLE Furnltura M51 HavunUala Blvd a-TF a-7643. 1-10 room, bedroom kitchen. bath Halnes City HA -1871. You'll like the formal =
'
9-A Furniture
1TF ( ) Ighta water furnished.Phone ;; $116 Ill.: I 1-,
FLA :. CORP. DELIVERING ANTIQUE Bed complete Chest 393-MJ1 1-1 entry to the carpeted livs

PROMOTIONAL GIFTS. NO ot drawers night stand marble (IIO-A) Boots & Motors ELECTRIC HEATED HOVE Very E Ing room attractively enhanced i

SELLING/ CAR NECESSARY. (c(8)) Automotwe DINING pad and TAPIR china and cabinet 4 chairs. 2113-11Io71 with top family lamp 114 years Platform. Excellent rocker condition In 1 ft. 1 bedroom apartmenti. up and buy roan for. furnished cash Close-la Extremely 11* Aven good". by a brick fireplace s

APPLY ROOM B, DRAWN after I DO p.m. or see at 140 MlhBt. land: on. Phone Indian LakeEstates down "5.00 to t 500 per mnnlh C NE!. 14 complete with wood S
.. -U39, Mrs. R. F Decline. ISCARTER Kraft windshield hip All walklnc distance. to town. Call
BLDG. 141 W CENTRAL SE. 1-13 storage cabmeti: Three

1-10 sleepa two built-In tables. two CY 1271 aHer I 00 p.m. 71 1m 00 DOWN
MR.LAWMAN 1:00: P.M. folding chairs. 15 HP Johnson motor IMU) MONTH bedrooms one paneledand =

SHARP WEDNESDAY, JAN.I I r(10)I ) Artiles For Sale BAR BFIW comiileta' York bit controls. tank battery.. gator BEDROOM eftciency Air conditioned Two l-bedroom homes tor sale. all to itwlf two full =
i "U" Special Make offer 1M3 trailer. Like new 11060 cost TV. Near shopping and Ous at 1320 Ith 8t. NE.. Wlnl.r'H.ve" '
Sth,i (-S Ave C. NE. 1-1 iJHiOOn: R F DarlingIndian beach ORBIT MOTEL, KO 8th St. and one. at 111 llth St, W. = tile baths, Florida room, =
I Ijike Estates, Fla.. Phone Indian' NW. CY a-837. ll-TF Wahn t.. FIRST MORrr.APE OF 11x34 screen patio porch =
SUNDOWN Restaurant needs ex- ALL ADMIRAL PRODUCTS Lake 1-113. 6-19 WINTER HAVEN, ill W.
Central'
p.,1n47.d| cashier. CaU CY I-I'M' GOOD USED Applt""" ... New Stereo Reord BEDROOM, private bath outside 393-5111-334063. 3 -TF | with brick bar.b.q. E
for. appointment 1-TF. Player TVs Radio. Em: .. entrance, TO1 7th St. NW Fiir-

NAME BRAND BAn WARFHOtSF 2Jto IW FURNITURE\ *. W PS I'P!: ( I loA) For Rent Unf. 1140 Ixhed weekly apartment. CY. 3-MO 751 Ave, D fTFto 8W MODERN HOllin 3-BFDROOM: Florida: RETIREMENT room- | MY f

Unusual Opportunity SALES U eth St. NW 510JAM7SI'N i n F. kitchen coll boat and air con-
REIRir.FRATORSWASIIrRS i dlHoner. grapefruit and i big lurprlse Is the 40x48
nr.nge
t I BEDROOM houses .
: : Hlde..Bcul.;; n3otm. Arm 11117 N. Lake Shlnp TV. J bedrmm ft ""rt-I, Irees clnee-ln at R34 Ave C. NE.
Man 25 to 28 married with 35 mm camera IJOOO Olrls bike. unfurnished. fMm mmthlvAtherton ments Furnished '" (tORN 0-I. Priced fur 'utirh E foot patio and 16x32 iwim- E

clerical experience, good at fl Ig. Plus 21". 110.00. J-4S4. 1-10 -- Reallv M3 W. Central Yearly: Seasonal ATKINS by owner and builderROOM. CT a-4M, | ming pooLGUEST E
EsTATE. CY"II1I. .,
Electric used Mdse Ave CY 4-I2S4: a-TF 1-10
urea, calculator experience Park Chsir I
ANTIQt'R Wini
helpful to do detail figurei ALL C\ BE ROUSED Picture ....m..L. Whole oil 110m" A VILT. AGE OF GARDEN { !
MONTHLY PAYMENTS and many other articles Call CY 733 Carroll Ave.. SW! I bodrnnmunluml.h. APARTMENTs FOR PARTICU-
Good opportunity to grow Into j 4-4131. After 600 pm CY I-72U ..... .1 onean. d refrlereraor tAR PEOPlE' 1. 1 ft I bedrooms.OWEN FOR
aupctyjaory job. Write for appointment Goodyear offers more in 64" I-TJI' I7&00 mnnlhlv Athertoai : MOTOR LODGE. Hwy 17. E and owner alike will enE
Realty 643 W Central AveY North 22-Ja.. 22
E the
.....................; 4-3314: I-TJ' ... THEFAMILY Joy air conditioning, E
Jerry Pickard's GOODiEJ1SERVICE I-BEDRooM completely "'ml.h. 5 wall to wall carpeting, E
Jim Biggen I I BR. 1 bath home with O J:. I-bath. Inquire at 216 Ann B. SECV E
PRINTING LEXICON built-In range A. oven also H721t. 71m" Every room In this 3 bedroom drapes throughout, dish- E
i bn-akfart bar Large kit A. good two bath home la E washer, range, refrlgera- 5
CYPRESS EGGS Special
GARDENS STORE residential area Walklnc distance TWO THRFE-Bedroom and 3
2 I,> HtM-rt Mementarv School apartments. Furnished and king sue. Including the = tor, and disposal Included E

LNC.PO 1961 OLDSMOBILE Sport ('pe, 217 Ave A, NW'\ CY 3-2195 \ NO. 4: TO COMPOSE 2 SIlO.JM-4354:!huna Mcblroy Builders 11TF. unfurnished. Ihone CY 1-22-J'I4J.an. 12 Florida room and screened = with this offering This =-

Box 962. Winter havenS Radio, Heater, Automatic 712 It 4p porch exceptional location = listing shown strictly by E

13 Tranamisnon, Whitewall The set .1 sitsmblint ype 2 FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO FURNISHED 156! beans no Utilities..fflci.neyapartment .furnished In Southeast school = appointment, 10 give mea E

tirca Blue with contrast INGFR BI.ANT-O-MATir1 8 :W. which hat been net by eilh.f 4 RUT 1-P.edronm 1.hath house Ck>N-1.. Season only Oentlemaa -I d strict. Price his just = call and lets take a E

tag Interior INII MACHINE in tonsnle. Late band .. lute the with G.r built-Ins. DM.00 per preferred. 3B3-3471: 13-TF been reduced to $19,800 i look. i
model Balance, fliWOO Payment" fares ..hich. will treaties kaaleiirset month with tot applied" aralnst
SEVERALgood .10 no monthly. Phone 394-IM3 a'tr i down pavmenu McELROY Bl'II.rv FOR "F.NTurnl.h..... apartment Terms are available
$1,695 400 p m. .-l3 appearance wh. 4 ERS. 4-44.. 111'FI In Lake Ida ...,tI..*. Call FRIISIS. = Can PAUL SMITH SE
prioted.StarPress l. : M LEIS
territories open Custom- BROS. NU t CYMOOX
EATER. Coleman 'fuel oil stainUS -
era to fee our exciting new Plnckney steel tank thermostat fan, I ,,.. BEDROOM HOWE Cloee-m COMPLETELY furni.hd .part- REALTORS
IIS! month. Dan Winters. builder.
7S mo BTU Excellent condition mint 121 Bites AYe. $5. 7-I
line./ YOU ihow them and earn sm.ou. WO 7.:16olO.: Auburndale HOLATFORM [ tv S-1433 Jerry Mardi. OY IM lib st, NW
big. w.ekl1l11come with Avon. Oldsmobile --- ._- i .nit mr TOWN COUNTRY5llllllIIlflhplIllulIlulllIhlllIIIlI
ROCKERS Floor -PFDROOM redecorated, 12-A) For Sale Ran (Opposite North'\ Gate) It _
Cowl or
'Writ P.O. Box 1395or Used Car ''Lot Camples l'Im. IAVE: 60*. ; KItchen furnlsheii Jao-Phyl SMmonth. 2H-am 2" noIIiijHj'rI1n i
11 00 Do wall 00 per week Printing .
S CY S-7381 J -TrBedrnom
ARFHOV8B FURNITURE Mtei & See 2M. 'a 3'1I411iJ !4)lI.B) UIiJUIi
call 682-4137 Lakeland Corner of 3rd S t. at the ,. Jl')1IALE1tE."IT 2S5Z :. :
4 CO 13 SIte St NW HOI bath D"rlda room In l-Jladroom.j
water tower ... ; UI .vea HO :93-7847. .. I I 1053 ('01.D8'OT ralrlr.raw. 520Cr i 'Howard ('e'l:' teUa Paarsoa. Lelsnx. mooUX CaU KM Duke ,
34071. 7-8 h', ...........JIt 3S4-JU7. ..10 l7Wao.lI
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Wednesday, :January 8, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Pee Eleven




II The lighter Side AH CAI..rT. THINI'< CI NO WAY '7 1 $ lTNOT 1)LJSTGIVE AWRIGI4T.OAIE INEVER
0 wASTE NO MORE ME ONE MOUR NouRlt BUTNJ
- TO SAVE 'EM J1FOUTSMASb4IN'T14ET
I [_Classified Advertising STOOPlD TIME" '4 TD REASON LONGERltA

WASHINGTON By DICK WEST(UPD-The painting"Whit do?"you sense about this MASTERPIECE'. WITH k7UM'f '


"I sense a perpendicularblack
li currently on temporary cx- t: a
strip on a black rectangle
(l3RMlEstat.ForSaU) ((13)) Real Estate For sar. bibit here a collection of fam ." r:

out paintings loaned to the National "That's very good," I said Z
>
BUILDERS TRADE Gallery by the New York "You seem to be getting the = 1. r J
feel of it"
Retiring? Museum of Modern Art, 2
3 bedroom For the next study I selecteda
2 bath, Florida
By coincidence, there I I. also
celebrated cubist the
Room in a first class neighborhood canvass,
We offer you this I bedroom with beach and chaln-o- visiting here at the moment one "Seated Bather" by Picasso

retirement home in the near lakes access. Drapes, range of the leading art critics of "Now let your reaction to

Northeast, completely fur. dishwasher and irrigation system Merkel, Texi my father, this be purely instinctive," I

nished. Only are only a few of the fine My father derived hit philosophy said "What do you see in the

features included in this of art from a line 1 he painting?"

$8,950WARREN home . Call heard on a record called "Th "I see a nude woman with

Two Black Crowi" which cam the woman removed," my father

JOHN G. WOOD A ASSOC out In 1927 or thereabout aald nI

..t7' BUILDER.DEVELOPER Asked to render an opinion of "By George, I think you'vegot
l'U: i)
193-2517 B3-I33I I contemporary painting, h. IU"! I exclaimed "You have

eaR, t4tn"o J-10 will lay "Even if it were good grasped the cubist concept per.

I wouldn't like It" fectly" CY .r
...a4)16S'
J 1
RETIREMENT SPECIAL Largo Oftentimes he will lay that As we were leaving the gallery

SECKEL. Realtor CB bedroom, I-bath hom. Large even when he is not asked to I said "don't you agree se \
living 11 kitchen, Iota /
room 14
x .
render
an opinion, that if people really understood
of cabinet S x 94 g I awed-In bark e
Associates Eve. Ph. porch, 11 x 10' Florida, room, utili It has Ions been my belief modern art they wouldn't ridicule -

W. H. Reynolds CY 3-3805 ty with room,hom drape You and had other better exlrasgo look that people who poke fun at it?" i

Helen Whltley CY 3.5905 at this one for 19 500 GENE modern art do 10 because they "That true," my father said

rUm M. Hudson CY 3-7522 COOPER REO BROKER Lake don't understand It. 1
Alfred, FR 1-1638. S-14 "If they really understood It
Kea Bloemendaal CY :0922 Therefore, I thought it mIght! they would laugh out loud"

OWNER MUST SELL be interesting to take my father .
.3. 1-Bedroom cuatom built horn m 1 e
bath Florida room, a/c SIS.609. to the gallery and see If I
Small down FHA mort. could --- --- -.------- ..-
RETIRE IN an eleclrte home. payment explain the paintings to
Clean Neat Coiv Clone-In. gage 1001 Ave O. NE' : 293-41M him In such I way that he Court Record
Halt-caah, 'BY OWNER. Ill Avenue 15-Jan It
C. ME: U would begin to appreciate what FFAI7Y. .OICAY; !lor

modern art it all about. ilium 101'BIkwlll FOp IT..,. ,
D LAKES N.w 4
FOX ALB Kin Rang Ana bedroom.OF bom-. 40 For openings! I chose an example erred 0i4 RATZIIt
Modem I beuroom. home* Htnceford SC1N'ESODyI
preened porch double carport Lamar Allen, Jr., ,* = ye
ISO Down ISO pr month dock Weal aide fake Elolee Hone of abstract expression Lorlnila Mary Allen, divorce. MOVED, !
CT I-001S. "TTI or Road. CY M74O CY H51 7.TF Ism by an American artist, Wllaon Harriett vs. Virna Eater Er .e7ar yb e. ot..r

Barnett Newman Entitled "Ab- Gannett divorce. IM NN a w, nJ
NICE S-bedroom wood hums for Lorenio R. Larry *.. Andrea E:. y{e"+ T
hardwood!: air block conditioned, .al*. Ha. Ian yard Will veil raham, it consists of a per. Larry. divorce. n of
floor I frome
e h eel.I F H A committmentSU furnlihed and or take unfurnished SMOOO of pendicular black strip on a Paul D Adklna ,.. Mary Sullivan t"I

,SM.00. m 1-1171. M IS'i&, Call CY 1-om IIP .moruiu M black rectangle. diitrlct Chrlatophr Adklna appeal to
"At you look at this picture"I court of appeal =
City of Lakeland v. William C 1
BEAUTIFUL Prime Horn Furnlihed BRICK instructed "tr, not to associate Oreaeon appeal to circuit court >

In excellent condition 119 A homo of vreitlg and dignity Excellent It with identifiable ob. Mary Lou Levlngilon et vlr va.
Electrically neatad. CloM-ln
Avenu C, N E. 1-1 Upper condition teem On Inipertlon owner property Invited jects. Let your eye be free to .Martin t u.. Johnnl Adell GIlbert. Clv*| ux* ,J quiet f'I I jA-I

offer wanted Will I takepmalf register an impression without title,
( houa as down payment 1 prejudicial preconceptions Call i The Seamen Bank for Savings
Now Is The Garag apartment rear of lot. In
Out of plate owner, US AveT0.. you sense what the artist is tel.inl Ew.ll the City 8. ef New York He. va
NE Llvln.iton and Annie
Time To Buy \ you? Laurie Livingston *t al.. mortgage

1175 DOWN Mov In In 1 week 'He items to be telling\ me fornclrun,
This 1 bedroom I bath home For First Federal' Ravings and Loan RICKY WAS AIGNTIf 1 LCOULDTELl50 TRictrlOT, I'LL etolHER-v1
B more information/ call Chuck B. that smoking is prohibited, my tuorlatlon of Auburndal. etc. v*. n( THE ECHOES THIS THESE j NAVE TO TEAR DOWN
GraciousLakefront .......m... Srhoenthaler Co. father said, loJur 8u'prl' m rt&M. fora. TNEREflA6N! was I TUNNEL KEPI MAATIANS.101X41
2S4-3123 after e p m. 39S-M11. S10(13A "You're looking at a 'no ., 4UTA MIRAGEIc 1 / WONQER NOW
First Federal. Raving and Loan E fARAt p01N0'NWT.
smoking' sign' I explained Association of Aubumdal.. etc. va. THISeRICKYSol

Home ( ) Groves Evelyn. Leopard, nwrtiag sondesun ==

omen and Decree

Living room carpeted Florida Legal Advertising WIIIIa Elele,. dl.ml..I.L. DOIn bar at Mr. rs. Lul" n

room, cork tile, each bedroomhas Grove For Sale J.me. M Wllklna ve Be.sl! P. )

own tile bath, all spacious NOTICE' : Or INTENTION TO Wilkins Wilma, final decree dlvorr. ,

central heat and air conditioned i MARE. APPLICATION FOE FINALIISC'MABOE O Oau..Franklin Cause va. Carl
4ft ACRES final decree dl"''''..
Fine landscaping with ,: rrobai. 1\0.. SWIU-M-UI. !: Reliable Finance CO.. etc. n. Pte Nr

lake Irrigation .,Mem. Price ALL ORANGES prime vsritles IN HE: ESTATE: OF rrflhnct! al Dar: dismissal eta; .Johonle C x /OMf KIND OF .

greatly reduced. Easy terms. excellent age Polk WILLIAM .M. StNSABAUGHDeceae. <. COUNTY' TO!'RT PROJECTOR ILLUSION.

County location Irrigation TO ALL WHOM IT >>...YCONCER."I Manage Llreiuee THAT 1WRl $OON.I
Eugene: Week, I1EPTrU
30 Auburndalond ,
Beasley Realty Co. pump, well Buy this fine Notice U hereby given: that I Sheila Odessa Hall 17, Au- ACUSI 'a"IT 8icOMvs

grove now and get this years have filed my final report u Admlnlilratrlx burndal..
IM (th St., NW CY 3-2737 Price to sell at $4,000 ol the "..1. of Wil HenT Paul SeeR Jr, 14,
crop Ham M Senubaugh. deceased: Spalding. Oa and Mary Char
.Be ...100. Phone CY Nf/6I. 1-14 final dlwhara-e, and that I wU Willie Cullen Townson !J, Lake
EE- apply to the Hnn Richard A. Bron- land, and Jacquelyn Derthlck K TWO M6N ARa f..47Nt.. .. .
Lakeland .
BEDROOM .-...tb I years Florid.ion County, on lh Judge. lOlh at dav Polk of County February Norm William Bury 4]. Lakeland, rt7 LOOK( LtKa K TAKING A WOMAN IT'S TAKING CPP-H
old Exaggerated description unneoimry H. Cross 1M4. for approval of the earn and Margaret Jan King, M. Laka- MIpHT f'ie A bPACN TOV4bID Tile BHM. AM t AOlMS CZV f
Com In and ass Inr James and for final diicharg a* Admin- I.nd. ,ihoj 1'D tserTEle aaT
ynurMlf. Compar 1111.600 (or furnltur latratrl of th* entale of William Emmett Ferguson" M Bartow. n TO TH8 PHONE AND I WHO WILL wUjfcvBT
Included ItSJOO). OWNER M Senaabaujth, deceased. and Deane Elena Christiansen 10, CAU. THa fOUCt |
1M4 Helm Rd.. III (Av*. ZI.1' RealtorOffice This fth day of January. 1M4 Highland City.
!./8ton. W. BenubaughAdministratrix Allen Welch Mundy. V, Lakeland -
and Linda Gall Brewer.
NEW HOME IS.
M3.A Jrd St. 8.". L Lakeland.
wary Jargcdining bdreomabathe. of the MI at* of
nom custom kitcken: ..; Ph. CY 4-2444Cltru William M. BenaabautrhDereiaeedj Probate I n e
family room, central heat and all Reorg Jones. dneaaaed, order
conditioning High over Lake El- Harrv E King appointing administrator
bert For Sal* By Owner 394-38 0..... Oar peclalty" AttorneyAt Tlllle Mao Bauer, deceased. orderof
leaning 293-0469. 7-I T9 Winter nLIor.; probate.

Jan S. 1$. U. 21. 1'U order Hurry appointing Dmigta Roger admlnlslratjo deceased. CI

1100 00 DOWN3BEDROOM. M Roamer deceased" orderof -

J-BATHS ((14)) Real Estate WantedWILL NOTICE or INTENTION: TOJtf'ItlTtB probate.Denny .
M McMillan.
Tour choice ot more than SO tomes fHTITIOl NAME der minor, or
that can be bought In various .... Nolle I i. hereby given that the John appointing E. guardian
Alexander
Mons at 1100 00 DOWN NO CLOS- and underused Intend to register der of IInn-edmlnl.lratinn.deceased or
PAY imall equity
ewith the Clerk of the Circuit
INO COSTS The** won t last lung Court
Henry .
some payment on 1 or 3b.room d- E Bapp deceased orderef
of Polls
-
Florida. -
e.. call u. at one FMC REALTY.INC home In Winter Haven or CountY1 pursuant probate.Dorothy -- -
01 Spirit Lak Ri, Jan.Phyl3H1171. Writ Box A i"elhtl9'4Il LeglaUtur, Law of Florida amended D Au... deceased< order
Nn.rChIoIO.r -1361..12 a* of
HTF by Chapter :9A760 Law of Florlda probate.Norman P. Nichols, deceased. or I woo!...VOU'Jt JNAJUM. ., l 1..MOW, STOP THE riRM HOAMIDEHAMBUK&CR
Act of 1851 Lo.I.I.lure, Ih.II"IItI..u. NO'NO
der toot NUCI YDU'eL -
of probate A NICE SHOP I IM iUKE WE 1
C." DUPLEX, 110750 :3bedrenenaserh name. to-wlt: Fir Ea-
lid*. Both rented. 243 Av. ((14-A) Lots & Acreage tlngulsher Bile. It, Service under Aloe rave Reeve*, minor, order THAT MINING ROOM JOMt NtAD WAITERS ARfFORIMAN AIoI1H.AN' IF YOU WANT I CAN 00 KVU THEM 'HOOT 1
L. NE To **. Phone 283-6181 7-15 which their ar* engaged In buslnes appointing. guardian' 100t1D AI 115 INSUFFLRAbIf 519065, VHo'UKC SHOULD tO lACK AN' BUtT e? MOWIN6 A WTINIi M THt SOCIAL /
at 107 38h 81. NW, Winter Hu.n. Jee.le Ballev, deceased, order ap i WC WteL POUAT5 AT IT'f THEIR DLFtMStRNIG TeAT OLD UAI M THE PIGITCRIS
,
LAKEFRONT: PROPERTY 1bedroom Formerly known a Fyr xtlngnInh pointing R W. administrator Dunkle: deceased, orderof I A / MIS( uANI AGAINST A DEP ROOTLD ( .-. wr J
ACREAGE
hous*, 1 fimlahed apart 4V ACRES er Bale Senlce Co EL 1 Box nrobal. OF INFIRIORITY!

", enl.. 111.600 OB FR .lt71. SH T1F. XartowGeorge Malcolm' J. Jones. deceived. ,
order
40 Acrei near Lake Pierce W. Fotef
appointing administrator. d
FOR BALE OR TRADE Equity Rolling and with canal thru property Individual owner ,
FOLK
for lot 9-bdroom CB home on going Into Lake Pierre. Over Dee II 24. II, J9SS. Jan. I. 1M4 COUNTY (LAIMS: COtlT a .
10th St, NW Florida room. and enclosed 1.3"U ft on paved rd frontag. Bull filedJ.1" 1- ':
garage. Real nlco: nelxhbor- Old houe on land Ideal for country Cases old from "member M Q
hood Call CY 1-6810 S-10 NOTICE!: or A\NCAL MEETING: : to January I. 1964.
vide; rr.'th'e: : erot.aruf. ol.uo..no. town Th annual meeting; of the mem Lakeland True and Binders : f
BUILDERS TRADE I BR. .. Health loroea 111m "hers of the Flnt Federal Bavlngg "nP" lie v* Raymond and -
Hi, bath In SB .ecllvn cone to sell .t blrtralnIEm p and Auoclallon of Winter Opal Anderson. |J7.M, :1T
pletely redecorated S Bedroom onLo':17t b* held In the A 'ocla-' i Beneficial' Flnanc. Co. ... Ed $
hum. new A miler. $66 down sue lion offlc at 303 Av*. A, NW on wad' it. and Loretta Kelley _: 1 1ew.0
month Duplex In Lake Alfred, Wednesday, January 11944 at .U2 71.
LOTS A. nw a. 19S 18 Down JAMES H. CROSS, Realtor I.00 p.m. Laurence J..nm&r' Charles and 4 q, ? .
lit month Call Jerry Mardls CY W. E: CokerPre.ldent Wada "
4-U1I or Dan Winter CY .141' Offlro, IMA Ird n. BW CY 4-444 taurenca J. Rice ri on T et i4.
7.T" 1.9 Ro..n. $40.Stet. wae,1
Jan. I t 1984 r. Brandenburg.

BY OWNER Northern couple CHOICE RESIDENTIAL LOT on Builder, n Edna Foxhallld
munt *ell their co"y, furnlahedJb.droom Cypreii Garden Road. Owner LEGAL: oTirE 11I7. -
file bath electric: kitrhen I' will finance Call 384-XJ: I-T' Node .. hereby given that Bv J' F. Brandenburg. dba Mid State
large rreened porch irf Build.lB.. George Melinn. Hi M
ron Larsen I I.
lot Near good grocery. S850DOI > represenlatlv not rnv agent. ., emlovee J. F Brandenbirg rubs Mid ""'* SY AQAh G ISWOCYN7* N e0 77My 7raeIIUBuc NA/1'tPP ThE "'E"'WHlll'' -
Phon J83-44M '< 4(1 Acres of pastur land 190 that 1 am or na longer the agent and or Builder. v*. H. R. Shields. I:*) M TN/NA! 7201 AW/RIWR ANY AOWRYVAVEN g1T91rN MD'VEYPRoAe77Vg
i0o month plus Interest. PrIce r<- i "rn "tlv. of International dletrea Agnes E. Black va H D Blma 001'4 4YMSStWa'd Iworacrrn9 tar 09/0455, Bur Kf WIL 5-g.1e eu"f TY.
for .
640 Lake Shun Way Lake Alfred Heater Co renl.Commlrelal Credit Loan. Ine, Dl ,east avnAWS-- HOT If r TWHfMM9DttfTY / *S rcvaeo c i=a..
II
new 1-bedroom home; rlojeii i CANAL LOT 12S S 400 U Biped Attklwon Heating A ... Clarenr and Marlon Lambert 71014" ltd NWRt
garage. lend card FURNISHEDOR ca.h Price 2.200.. Tooling garnlihmenttewig .
UNFURNISHED. 14 Franklin Atlklsson, owner ';: O' Fmrntaln: :.rIt. :: I
Waterfront Lola m' I 100' 13.300 and Stanley .. : I
bath, clowd In Excellent Terml Jan I. 1M4 IXV: .
carare.'! "IiJi: down, awii,": t tn
Ivan 121 d1l..U. I1rlv. I'hnnoJ'R VARNER REALTY ) I

1-1852. 1-' 14 6th St., NW CY 3-S4S4ITF DAILY CROSSWORD = 1

BY OWNER 1-bedroom .-, bath ACROSS u. Baseball 11. Fold IXICllrl'I''LF
lake Cell
home, i. Work from
heat: 8oo LIU air eon mkjnj-r, LAKEFRONT S. Heavenly team over v adAt6r ty
new roof Indirect floreacrnt < 100' I :300 Corner Very eke body U. Beach 13.CertallaII. IX
beg one bedroom ,,lih bullt.In f..r- paved streets and curb Lake Wind material City n > t
1"0' x 101' Alfred. i.
future dujhl un>orl. Echo In take IJIII'
% Inlets't rnorting Phone J9J-M91 f-10 receptacles I.Habitual area u
Price1401.:: : W II conl ler trad- t Had on, at drunkarda. 18.Denial
In for Leer hence %S Inter.lachen
DOWN 20. No
II.,. take 'lfred. Fa 2-I'f-l 7 Industrial clothing "
((15)) Equipment 10. Prepar.,an 1. Native of many

pot.toes Stockholm: 21. Fortify .bSY
11. .Arrow2.. Citadel 22. Excla- T ( 545 WA.YEANTNAT'B MOTHi LOIT NIK 004.440W TNI WAy HAVEN'T' I II

=3llIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlITransferred" .: Used Tractors Imlth" '.Coating maUoa TOR.OU RIND PEARL'HtCKLACt POUND V3U J I HQNttT Of I WARNED'oVU Tp Sr. 4

I \ author of.ead. 23.En. Teerepday'e' Aaewec 'I MY WiFI'S R MUar.AVe AND UPSET CHf g TUN BLV'. NECKLACE HIM TO I OUT OP DINTV S F!

4 wheel drive 1 point hitch, 12. First.igm 4. RatIBee Iyrtc poet $I.To ewooaof kEGCIACIuPPW OFF.HOW OM Ny. RttTURN RlFLOOR.

hydrslic system, air cooled die- zodiac again at 2.Bugs U Fragrant .. / DiD R Z MAVf OOOONIWi .
FC* MM*
| Choice | /fl Motors. 2 each CyL 4: HP. 14. Glrl' a deed 25 Toward wood: E.7. 7' OITHERlP rt
name Accumulate %8."Oliver as.-KIneU
1 each 1 Cyl. (2 HP. All la
I Southeast To put oCt /. Market Twlat" Cole r.
| Good Condition Can be sees
IL T.Largest author as. Clrl'l CII / ; '

i Just listed and awaiting = si ,Through continent 23. Bun god Pane
TOW1lnear ..En..UaI& 10.Appor34..Tutu.,.". .eh1 Sri --
= Is this 1 :E R
your Inspection Hills Barn I
Holly Liege poet tinned 3$. Medley .,
= bedroom, 2 bath home los = I' Cud

:: rated at 132 Terrace :: Avon Park and Wiuchula Rd. V5 : i A J" 7 8 s. 6.1 ,

:: Drive, S. E. The large EE : Avon Park, Fla. I 20. Girl's I II I 5ii .

: double carport leads to a :: nlcknate 9 10 .9u-' A e'',

e formal entry Into the 111,. 5 S-10 21. Interjection 'kr 4 I
23. Blyda of "/ IZ II I 1IT
lag room or Into the spas:

= doss 12x23 paneled Flor5: Legal Advertising falcon family ,I- IS --

:-E Ida room (air conditioned) 3$. Heavy

:E -Nlcel landscaped with enrta I 6 "U6 l'j AA-H V_. HELLO, DOMES
A TIRED'r
LEGAL: OTICE
:E t citrus trees Includes EE 2?. DEAR' IN THREE
In the public inure, an application > Enoulh: BUSINESSMANCOMING TTRACTI
: bullt-bt range and even, 5 rnr licence renewal ... filed dIaL 0; 6_ 11, J23S. HOME VEGOLORS
December K 1MJ' to operate .
on
.
dishwasher Culligsn soft = Edge FROM WORK
Radio Station WINTFtf Winter u X lS Ie
= water unit. EI Haven, Florida by Anielo L. tar ;U:::.
art, the II<'.n.... wits the Federal ir
Communication CommtMionpunuant J.J 18 777
((3I
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Let's check It outsPALL 1 :
to Section 1 i>S of Ito
Rule and Regulation Tb. nation. 11. Cooling r-
:5 SMITH = 19 >> n I
operate on h.'Jn S me with power of device 0 31 0K
ion kw 941 Mr Fasaarila
I CYIM02s
Eves. Sun. = 2
col* owner Mmbr o* th* public Jo4 36"" n 3
= who' desire to bring to the Commlaiion $T. Auatn.llall 0I'
'. attention fact concernIng marsupial!
the operation of the atones Fraucla I H 10 Ins
|TOWN COUNTRY i mould writ to th. Federal Communlratlona -
-
i Commlaalon Waahing- 41 42
ton C not later than January .0. Adana ,
2/, f'I6P! Letter; should set fourth Beda" ;
I ill&a[mrw In detail the epeclfto faru. whlck 44
X3.1141 lee writer ..!*.. tho f ,mm"..oaiidr autllotdlll.a4
in paring o. Uua ap

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Page; Twelve WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHIEFWINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Wedne-doy :January 8, n&

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6 Local Scouts I Faist Retires


.(I.'. .. ..." !
Receive Church I f' ; "From To .x

I\I'I; y I i ., ,' 'tL'tJ,; Navy,

'. 1., \ ,:':.' 4)L'/ ,, ,
Special AwardsThe .,,' rf, i '.'. '"I ,",," ) .. ', A ,'\,\. .i1i't Return HereJoseph ;
'f p
1" \ {i
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.. II" I .H \ Sy ;N4
: '" "It- ''y
., ,I_ \ $r r,1 1' 'I f.lI; \\t n31 f fl i!
1
God and Country Award '_ : .l 0 0Ti! ; \ ;,: i : ,., !"Io.f"
: F Foist, U. S. Navy
.
to six Scout .
wit given Boy 1' I personnelman first class retired
r
.
la the morning worship sere '*', . ,'. I.\ "f'v'1: ; : from service last week. and will
Ice of the First Christian Church I bring his family to Winter Ha-
on Sunday morning. ,\ .. yen to live.

Russell Receiving and Robert the awards Hart were ions I .' ': ':"))\\ )'.r<':.'t'I'\'I'I\ ; ;' ,'qI', I." ..,.' "i''' ".;'f'C',,, .', Naval Faint Reserve was attached Electronics to Facility the ?
of Mr and Mrs. Robert Hart '
; ', 'f' '
\! In
1'j' Winter Haven for several
Mrs.Byron Harold Johnson Johnson, son of; John Mr Mo-and \i j lll' .O t'J" ,II> .ti.::", 'II: I years having been local
.a" '' ?l,1 t recruiter for the Naval sere
Cracken lOa of Mr and Mri.Carlos iJIf. : :
McCracken, Hugh Flemono .. ::01 : ice.It
: < was during his residence
.
son of Mr and Mrs J. ;: ;
\ :, here that he and the former
wife
:
P. Plemona; and James Ward ; .. ,, :, ; < .. .1/IIit. ."
: .. '//io\
;
; ,1\-1. Miss Dorothy Bolt of
{ "
; :
.. Y'
,
of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert ,
son ;;: : .
.
: .. '' '\ ;;;" : ",,. Charleston S. C., decided to
Ward. .. :. .) : ::< :: : :I i ; !!" !B-'I '.. ... '
..,. ..,.' ft" ;fi\J"1fIII\ 1 make Winter Haven their permanent
.
The awards were presented :\ "" "" 'il ; tw .. ; ; : ;',.. 1 ,, i home. They have two
by James N. Barnett, pastor ; ;; : ..
ir 11 children Charles, 16, and
.
of the church William G.Cheatwood. \
; < ; ... ..... Frances 15. Faist Is from New
district
scout executive "" '-
Jersey
of the Boy Scouts of
He was with the Naval Reserve ,
America; Thomas F. Costello, RECEIVE GOD AND COUNTRY AWARD-The God Cracken James Ward Byron Johnson Robert Hart Russell Personnel Section of RETIRES AFTER 22 YEARS-Joseph F. First former

scoutmaster W, R. Harben of Troop 123; and of and Country Award the most coveted award in Protestant / Hart and Hugh Plemons. These making the plantations Headquarters, Sixth Naval District Nary recruiter In Winter Haven, Is congratulated by Rear
Troop 122. Assisting scoutmaster In the r boy scouting was presented to six local 1 scouts last were, back row, from left, W. G. Cheetwood T. F. in Charleston when he Adm. L, R. Datpit, commandant of the Sixth Naval District
was Wayne Johnson, a service previous Sunday in ceremonies at the First Christian Church. Receiving Costello/ W. R, Harben and the Rev. James N. Barnett. retired on Jan. 2, after 22 year at Charleston, S.C., upon completion of hit Naval
recipient of the God and awards were, front row, from left John Me la the Navy. career Faint retired last week and is bringing his family
Country Award. A graduate of Dickinson High to Winter Haven to make their permanent home.


The the God Boy coveted and Scouting.award Country Less In Awardla Prot.estant than [ Ruby To Face Warren GroupDALLAS I Television In ReviewBy J enlisted School,During 1942. Jersey la his the Naval City Navy N.on J.,Jan.He he '

one per cent of all Boy Scouts career
achieve this recognition. One (UPI) Jack Ruby's tional television cameras Nov. RICK DU BROW day special on the subject has served at the Naval Training We Feature
year of extensive work Is spent lawyer will offer the dapper 24 and shot Lee Harvey Oswald NBC-TV is preempting "ThLieutenant" Center Newport R. I.;
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Television + American Embassy, London,
accused of
la attaining this award. The strip club operator to the slaying Kennedy for a one hour
program England In the New Corlon Linoleums
minister and the boy scouts Murder with malice charge may finish off what' left ; auxiliary repair -
at 7:30
: EST CBS-
Warren Commission to p.m ;
work closely together in every explainhis were filed against Ruby when of the railroad business On TV has a half hour at 7 ship Croon, light cruiser
averager role In the assassination Oswald died p m Portsmouth, and oiler Merrl-
a short while laterat
phase of church
activity until New Year' Eve, CBS-TV gaveus EST; and ABC-TV also a half
the of President John F. Parkland Hospital, the same mac; at the Naval Reserve
completion of the
requirement
hour at 10:30
Guy Lombardo from Crane : p.m. EST A Training
place where President Centers at Georgetown
Kennedyyas
*. I Kennedy. great amount of television In n>, Armstrong
Central Station. And Greenville and Charleston
The God and pronounced dead two day Tuesday
Country Award I "We offered Ruby to the FBI come Is. of course, dependent t
S. C. and
has earlier. night NBC-TV took aU the ; in Winter Ha
reached a significant Importance locally but they refused, J. II. on the cigarette companies
equaling and, perhaps, TonahiU said, "I don't know TonahiU said he and Melvin glamor out of that Intel-nation ven.
excelling the Eagle Scout why" Belli\!, chief defense lawyer from ally-famous train of intrigue, He Is entitled to wear the -
Award I TonahiU said Ruby would submit San Francisco, both believe the the Pari*-to-Istinbul "Orient The Channel Swim New York following medals: Purple Heart
The parents of these boy to "truth serum" sodium FBI and Warren Commission "Express. Giant football star Frank Gil Presidential Unit Citation, Good Pick Up Your FREE
received reports will contain good defenslve ford is reported a prospect for Conduct Medal, Naval Reserve
from them pins and pentathol for the testimony The chief killjoy In Tuesday
lapel button In appreciationfor before the federal commission, material "and we are night' tongue-u-cheek, one-hour the lead in CBS.TV's planned Medal, Area campaign medal
their encouragement and headed by Chief Justice Earl entitled to it under several Supreme romp was reporter-traveler Edwin .I i "Tarian" series. .A new drat of the American European and VINYL FLOORING BOOKLETFor
support during this scouting Warren. Court decision." Newman who earns his matic version of "Robin Hood" Pacific areas, World War II
activity. In return, Tonahill said he The defense lawyer said cop. bread as an NBC correspondent for youngsters, is presented on Victory Medal Navy Occupation Every Room In The Home
expected copies of the FBI and lea of all reports connectedwith but I Is missing a surefire NBC-TV's next "Children's The- Service Medal and the National
II SEEING THINGS Warren Commission report to the assassination would besought typecast career in movies asa atre" show Feb. 15. The national Defense Service Medal.
LONDON (UPI) William be used in the defense of Ruby. Texas Any. Gen. Wig- soft hearted Budapest cafe figure skating championships He Is the ton of Mr. and
Eggieton, 44, who told police The lawyer said he would go goner Carr and Dallas Diet owner with a touch of the gout will be seen on ABC-TV's George Kuril of 5311 Palisade
that a werewolf chased him Into federal court U necessary, Atty. Henry Wade have made If the Orient Express Is still "Wide World of Sports" Jan. 18. Ave., West New York N. J.
Into 0 a hedge was fined $1.BO to get the reports. report connected with the'I' running, then somebody must Ethel Merman doe a two-
Tuesday for drunkenness. Ruby S2, dashed before na event of Nov. 22.24. still be making those movies parter on CBS-TV'. Lucille Ball Nikita ReturnsMOSCOW
With th. h..lrln> nl tha .m.. .. series starting Feb 3. ABC- 121 n M.MW
terful i-televlson 'producer, Lou TV's Sid Caesar and Edie Adams (UPI) Soviet ,Geerol ,1 CT/ 4211
7 Hazam Newman took the cele shows will be canceled. Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev
There's Still Time. brated train for a bit of a ride, Jimmy Purante and Dorothy returned by train Tuesday
looking "professionally hard- Provine guest on NBC-TV's Per light from a three-day visit to
jawed and casually mysterious ry Como special from Dallas Poland the official news agency
," seeking vain for knowledge Jan 23 ABC-TV's Jimmy Tass reported. The one-paragraph
of spies (a porter said he Dean Is a second cousin of baseball notice gave no detail of

5 Pcs Place SettingOriginal never saw one)I. and wondering pitching great Dizzy Dean the trip.
where the Mata Hari were. By
F R E E the time the trip was over, he
; Rogers SilverplateOr was glad to get a good meal
International Stainless and a bath. << Use Your Charge Accounf

hour From In this color point was of a view generally the -= e 1tOJ// {

amusing and
effort accomplished
what It act out to do. No
I. Open a New Savings Account of one was bumped off as the train
passed through tunnels And
.. 0 ,'. best of aU, the show was fun
$25.00 or More. because there was no special

reason for it. SEMI ANNUAL
Yet the finest point of the
hour was in illustrating that the
2. OR Add $25.00 or More to Your most enjoyment in travel is not
In seeking out the advertised
nonsense but In the casual encounters
Present Savings Account. with people and places .
en route. Thus, most of all from
Tuesday night one still savor
the meandering in Milan Venice
Belgrade Sofia and Istan

bul.Newman was fine and Halt .
m was right, and maybe Gar-
u bo or Margsret Rutherford I SPORTSWEAR ,
would have helped But there
Y are other human intrigues be.
.. sides mystery, and I can be
packed for the Orient Express
in 20 minutes, or even the Chattanooga Were 298 NOW ] 58
Choo Choo.
Shirts
Were .98Were NOW 2'8
L r'i The surgeon general' long-
awaited report about smoking Skirts
and health 1 II scheduled for release 498 NOW 349
Saturday, and aU three
networks are planning came- Sweaters Were 5M NOW 38


LBJ Names Hill Coordinates Were 695 NOW 449


WASHINGTON (UPI)-President Separates Were .7.93 NOW IJ98
Johnson Tuesday named
James C, Hill a professional
arbitrator from New York City Pants Were 8 95 and 9.95 NOW 6'8

to head an emergency board
created Jan 3 to investigate a Were 1095 NOW 78
dispute between the Brotherhood Tops
of Railroad Signalmen
Were 12." NOW 8'8
AFL-CIO and mOlt of the na
tion' railroads.

Additional Settings AvailableYou

I FINE SHOES I I DRESSES & SUITS I
may obtain additional place settings for only $2.35 Now Is .
each which Is considerably below cost each time you add

$25.00 or more to your Lake Region Bank of Commerce
the Time. -
Savings Account. Joyce Shoes ; : Save 25% to 50%'

for Savings en our Were 13.95 and 1495 .... NOW 891 L U' ,
large lot*. You have a
choice of over 50 beau Paradise Kitten Shoes Wen 17.95 NOW 1291

Member F.D.I.C. tiful lots for your future Were IC." and 1595 .. .. NOW 991
homeiite. Were 29,95 NOW 19"
Mademoiselle Shoes
l.. 4.wK pews with, 91
(..vrnlrnt, M.*tltly ImtclU Were 2195 .... ... .... NOW 13 Were 35.95 NOW 2391
newt ev.iieble.SunAcres.
Old Maine Trailers

Wert 1195 and 12.95 .... NOW 111 Wen 49." NOW 3491

Nina Flats
791 Were IUS NOW 4491
Were 10." and 1195 .. .. NOW
OH Whose HimUUImtfHIh
*.Y State If. 142

The "basses h S.. Acres
I p
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OF COMMERCE MATIIIAL.

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