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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
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The City Of 100 Lakes You Always Read It First In The News-CMef' Citrus I Of The World

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g VOL. 53-No. 86 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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I Costello Swim Pool Verdict




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fAAL -I Expected Late In AfternoonDemocrats






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REALTOR AWARDS-Mn. Emily Beastey was awarded the Outstanding Realty Board

Award by John Fisher for her outstanding services during) the past year Paul Smith, third Adjourns

from left was presented the Associate Award by Russell Frakes chairman of the awards Seek

? committee, for his outstanding service during the year. The awards are presented annually .

to the outstanding realtor of Winter Haven. Early PassageOf After Mas'




Junior College Survey Team Major Bills A.M. SessionThe




To Inspect Sites Feb. 4th And 5thThe I critic WASHINGTON leaden turned(UPI-Demo.on the Adjustment until later Winter today reserved Haven on the Board decision petition d

of Mrs Ruth G. Costello of '10

State Department of Education Meade remarked that he hid lug "usually have a pretty good pressure today to shove of through President Ave. B, ME, for a special ap-
Congress major parts
proval to conduct swimming
junior college survey never been in favor of married reason. .
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Johnson's program and to .. ', lessons In the family pool, atber
students continuing in The board approved a motion 'I .j.
team will spend two days early
them enacted by summer,, .
get two and half hour hearing
next month inspecting the five school and E. C. (Gene) Head to pay all water and electric I. C lC' a a .
he suggested.
bluntly this .
as morning.
Polk County sites that have was of the same opinion. "I bills of the county's kindergartens
February
set tentatively for of witnesses
They More than a score
don't honestly think It.. good when they are located
been offered as a perm.nentcollege a
House vote John.Ion' both for Mrs.
a on appeared
location, County Supt. thing," the latter said. on school property, and top priority measure, abroad "il..ilf. : 'i'/' ; ... Costello and for Attorney Paul
Shelley S. Boone told the Boone however, indicated authorized the advertising forbids \
anti-discrimination bill Ritter and Mri Bitter, ,w) ote
that be wouldn't like to bread for school cafeterias .
school board yesterday.The see on aimed at safeguarding Negro ) f t home Is across the street and
survey team Boone was a fixed policy of binning ill on a countywide basis, rights In voting schools, Jobs ),; : : who hive been, for nearly
told by state officials, will be married students, and the chair. a method now used for buying and use of public accommodations. ,7'f" three years fighting the Costellos -
made of eight man, Austin T, Race Jr., milk. It la believed that savings \ "''' '
experts
up seven or appeared .: > !< on the question, contending
whose regular duties include I to be of the lime can be effected in the Hearings started on the measure I \ \'t'&1" ;; : : ;( ; >. that her teaching Is commercial
bread bill.Members i0i'\\: ;
site {
Inspections.Their today in the rules committee. I ; and therefore Illegal In I
decided :
to Inspect
itinerary here on Tues- L; the highly restricted residential
tty and Wednesday Feb. 4 and the Lakeland post office annex In the Senate, leaden steppedup district In which they live
q 1 I, will Include five sites already is a possible site for administrative -, the timetable for final committee The Costello hearing was the I
offered, though the board will offices and storage fa- action on a House-passed last of five on the agenda,
accept further offers until Jan. cllIties for the Lakeland Area $11 billion tax cut next on I and wn not concluded until I
22. Already listed for inspect Schools Johnson's legislative must bout 12:30 this ifternoon On
ion are the Winter Haven Golf Boone announced that the and tentatively planned to lIst-1 r three of the four others decision \

Course, offered by the city; a county school system would It to a floor vote In wn also reserved until I
the Bartow AirBase hive in exhibit In the Florida l the board reconvenes at 3.:IS
123-acre plot on about the same time the House' 1
offered by the city of Bar. F Citrus Exposition which will be acts: on civil rights.Senate EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK PROMOTIONS-Albert Griffin, seated, was named o'clock this afternoon.

tow; a site south of Lake Wales ,714.held In Winter Haven March leaders also were acting executive vice-preident of the Exchange National lank of Winter Haven at the annual I The board held five hearings
offered by that community; one to speed the In a session that lasted nearlyfour
on new moves afternoon. Other
stockholders and directors yesterday receiving
at Eaton Park offered by the I for'earlier.th.nu.u.1 meeting persons promo. hours, and which drew a
American Cyinimid; and an lagging legislative machine tions were from left to right: Henry C. Baldwin, vice-president; Albert L. Hobbs, mist. packed crowd to Jack Fuller
of
Robert handling ant cashier Ken W. Duke assistant vice-president and Roy E. Moore Jr., assistant vice.
;
other near Lake Hancock. An Kennedy other controversial chores, such i iII ; I Auditorium In city hall.

expected offer of in Auburn. yv the dozen or more annual president Two hearings were continued
dale site did not materialize.The i money bills Congress must from _jw..Ie". month F. OTessam .

surrey team may pick 1''.... of Lake Howard Drive t
line or more sites which' are To: Keep Post In aft first State of the Unlo Girai' Seeking p Members' Prol11Qfed'By at Ave B, ''NW. had asked for

suitable, from which tie county \ message "Wedm>sd y1Jchnooa < permission to convent a aingle ,
school board will eventually WASHINGTON pat the civil rights and tax bills I'' family home Into a duplex without .
make a decision on the per. (UPI Atty.Gen. at the top of his list but pack. changing the exterior This
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mascot location for Polk Junior Robert he F, Kennedy said aged them with 10 array of Nomination As Exchange BankThree was approved.The .
today
'' would remain In his
College. JUNIOR COLLEGE PREXY' cabinet other welfare and economic re I owners of Dahl'i liquor
Th. lease for the temporarysite Dr Frederick unfest., post election.until after the quests. Congressional leaders I store asked for a special approval
presidential
which ii on the Bartow laid privately some of these th.1 to add a bar hi the building .
chairman of
officers received promotions B. Swann,
Air Base, wu signed at yesterdiy's opinion. The number of married The brother of the late President limply could not be handled I' Tax Collector !, I they occupy at 2090 Eighth
and two members of board Roger W. Clapp, president
students ;
meeting and the pres continuing in Kennedy also said he wouldbe this year 'St. NW. There were about a
Went Dr. Frederick T. Len school has gone down In recent available to play 'whateverrole One problem area Is a "pov I I the Exchange National Bank of! ; Albert Griffin, executive dozen present who objected and

festey of Pensicoli, was formally I years, he said, and those would be useful to the :, erty package" which Johnson I :w h'" Winter Haven staff were named I vice-president, C. R. Griffin they Hid at least 10 others ,
appointed, having been who have been recommendedfor Democratic party in the election I Charles K were against the project but
outlined In general I terms. He is officers yesterday afternoon at vice-president;
previously chosen out of a large going on with their school- I campaign. expected to detail 'the plan the annual meeting of stock- Hetzer, vice president and couldn't be present. The objections
number of applicants on the Although he his been back at more fully In I a economic mea I holders and directors held In cashier; H. C Baldwin, vice. were from residents of I

recommendation of an advisory work for some time Kennedy I sage to be sent to Capitol Hill the conference room at the Exchange president; Ken W, Duke assist Seventh St., which they said
board headed by John Calvinof United Fund has avoided the public limelight on Jan. 20. Bank.Receiving ant vice.president; E. Garrison would be used by bar custom

Winter Haven, a memberof as much as possible since the as- I Senate Democratic Whip Hubert promotions were: Wood assistant cashier and ers. Including many from Florence I

the county School Boardof ssssination of his brother on Humphrey MinD, slid Albert Griffin, vice.president to comptroller, and Marcia Dayton Villa, who would be a hasard -
Trustees. Dr. Lenfestey'a appointment Nov. 22. I Johnson already was at workon executive vice-president; Henry Laurence Snook, WilliamA. to the "20 or 30 children ,
Is effective Jan Slates MeetingThe The had attorney general previously -I another message limited C. Baldwin, assistant vice- Yon, Van Culver, Joe A on that street. Also objectingwere I
told friends .
personal Williams, Albert Hobbs, all asslstint a motel operator across
strictly to farm Issues, which president to vice president,
15.The
only that he would
remain In
temporary site, which members cashiers In the trust From the proposed bar and par.
some complalnet Ken W Duke assistant cashier
will be used for at least two Board of Directors of the office "at least until Congress went unrecognized in Wednes to assistant vice-president; RoyE. department William G. Free ents who said a school but stop
acts on the civil rights
legislaties
years, is being leased at a United Givers' Fund of Lake and day'i speech. Moore Jr., promoted to asalstant man wit named vice-prealden was nearby
monthly rental of $SOO. It Includes probably through the said this would and trust officer and William Hearings were held 6n two
Region will hold an important election." Humphrey vlce-pr..ldent, and Albert
of R. Monies trust officer. other special approval requests
a number buildings
Including a large classroom meeting Tuesday afternoon the lie went one step further In propose new legislation dealing L. Hobbs, promoted.. to assistant Clapp, president of the bank, besides that of Mrs. Coatello.
with wheat, cotton and other I cashier.Reelected .
structure and a gym. The board first since Clarence Weaver of an Interview today in which he (Continued On Page 7 Col. 7) The CMG Corp, which eperites -
to the bank's boardof
In Its routine approval of month. Sanford took over as director detailed his plant for the immediate ([Continued On Page 7 Col. 7) whit li known n the Gets-
of the 1964 drive. future. He said be hid I directors were Tom B ler Clinic First St., N, plsnsin
ly bills, okayed the first bills on
Swann, Jack M. R W.CI.pp .
Berry
Weaver was named early this thought about his person. out. Driver's Test addition running to the rear
to come In for junior college
W G. Freeman II
expenditures. The board has a week when E. J. Keyes. who look beyond the election but Hoffa May Call lot line and on three lots to the
$30,000 bank account, providedby hat directed the local Fund for had made no firm decisionsthat -- James A. Goff Albert Griffin, Flunked By TotA west of this addition which It
G. R.
: far ahead Griffin, J. K. Hay.,
the legislature, to get the several years, was hospitalized.The STARK F, GINN JR. also owns, wants to build a
Charles K. Hetzer, J. Hunter
college wheels moving toward board meeting will be "My one interest really" It being Winter Hyer, Sidney 1. Smith, John A. first attempt at driving paved driveway for Ingress Old
held it 4 p.m. in the Haven attorney general, he laid. Trucking StrikeCHICAGO Stark F. Ginn Jr., to Its parking lot. 'Perry
a first semester starting in proved to be somewhat less egress
Hotel. "I just don't know what I will Haven business mm hit announced Snively Jr., H. Gunter Stephenion Slocum sought perml..lo" to
I September.The Carrol Teeter chairman do In the future. I certainly will Jack Stnughn, S J. Til-- than successful yesterday af
board give permission of that he will be a CIII'dld.te ternoon. build a Texlco service: _ititionit
(UPI-Teamstert den, and Charles C. Whitaker
the Budget will stay it attorney general
I to tw i Polk County high school give this Committee through the election." President James R. Hoffi hit for the office of Tax Collector II. Anita Petty 4 year old 10th St. and Cypress Gardm
seniors one In Haines City and allocations group't for report the on "1 would be available to threatened to call a strike of Polk County in the Goff executive vice-president daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ay- Road, SE. There wn one objection
one In Kathleen, to continueIn agency year. coming campaign," he said ''Therehasn't against six nationwide trucking May Democratic primary. In and general manager of Adams don B. Petty of Lake Alfred In each Instance.

school after their marriage, The board will also determinethe been anything said"about firms if a new national agreement making hit announcement Ginn Picking Association In Auburn. apparently decided to go The Costello petition drew the
but then decided to reviewits said that service to the public for ride. She biggest audience, and many of
dale and an unchaperoned
god for this )'e.r'' drive. it but I'll do whatever anyoneIn it not reached by next Whitaker\ Tampa attorney I
established policy on this William Raley, chairman of ([ the ministration or DemJcratic Wednesday Impartial sincere, honest. and dlsrctor of the Exchange climbed into her parents' car, those present were heard. Mri.
question.The the 1964 drive will make a report party) feels it helpful. "I have notified the Industry dedicated service would receive National Bank of Tarnpi started the vehicle and then Costello was represented wh8eT.lt-*>TAt-

policy Is generally to prohibit on hit progress so far In Kennedy said he hid seen a Jut six trucking firms, tU of the emphasis In hit were elected to .the board drove straight Into a neigh torney Harry King
students to attend school campaign and during hit tenureof bor's home. lorney Harvey Crlttendcg JQs II
1963.Following
organizing the campaign I ([Continued On Page 7 Col. ') which have terminals In Chicago during .
after marriage, put the board win be struck here and office.A the stockholders Anita was not Injured and counsel for Ritter -
baa a professional committee the strike will spread to tfteir native of Royston. Georgia, I meeting the.directors met to only minor damage was doneto The Utter Introduced objections
review such requests and in operations throughout the cons Glnn hit lived In Florida for elect officers They ire Tom the house "to holding this hearing"
Central School 24 and In Polk Countyfor on grounds that the board of
the committee Nears --- -
tome eases recommends try, Hoffa told trucking negotiators years -- - --- --
that they be granted. and federal mediators 14 years. lIe I it a graduateof adjustment had previously.. *
Both cases before the board Wednesday. the University of Georgia Goldwater Says Ballistic nied Mri. Costello on4Qr(:.\
in 1901, the right to conduct lessons
yesterday were so recommend Hoffa and trucking firm negotiators where he studied courses
ed. End Of said that many issues, accounting, finance and business ; that the ordinance under
Ralph Durance of Fort Trail-Maybe most of them minor, have been administration, receiving which she applied .Jqc..ber
agreed upon, but sessions have Ms: degree In Commerce. Upon Missiles Not Dependable license was unconstitutional- mhat
bogged down on economic Is. graduation, he came to Florida It permitted spot toning;
No Frost The Polk County School :\ It Is located at First St and I tues including wages vacations to work In the Jacksonville hat spot zoning Is unconttitu-
Board, which hit been trying Central Ave, close to the and pension plans. I branch of a large retail PORTSMOUTH. N.H. (UPI- fence Department would tell the tonal; that the ordinano veils
LAKELAND (UPI-The morning to abandon the Winter Haven heart of the downtown area. Hoffa hat been engaged In negotiations and mill-order chain and served I Sen Barry Goldwiter said today people how undependable" the legislative power In VIe ad-
temperature bulletin from Central School for 15 years, I Leis and Rats bought It on June here seeking a national it department manager, floor that this nation's Intercontinental long range missiles are. ustment board, which la Ule.1 -
the Lakeland Weather Bureau: may have succeeded at last 27, 1962, for IIH.OOO. with trucking contract ballistics missiles ire "I can't fell you Just how undependable gal; ; and because the ordinancewill
cover. : Continued 7 Col. :I)
On
Forecast for peninsular Florida ( Page he said
yesterday.The plans to develop it at a commercial tog 400,000 union members. The not "dependa ble. they are, go out of existence Jo, 10
for tonight and Friday board gave permission to I property. talks were scheduled to continue And I'll probably catch ")t'a classified Information." da,.. The bearing, be isjd,
morning: Lets and Bale Enterprises, There wit little debate on through thit week, including Fruit ShipmentsDaily hell for laying this," said the "They're not dependable-the should be continued until Jan,
Showers ending north and Inc., of Winter Haven who I, .' request. The board was Saturday.The Republican presidential hopeful. ICBVl's-and I'll probably catch 20 or thereafter when there
central districts by evening, bought the property a year and told that legally it could give strike, If called would be carload In.. (In boxes) Goldwater, winding I up a hell for saying this," Goldwater would be no ordinance.
followed by gradual clearing I a half ago to tear down the' permission for razing the structure i "selective," Hoffa said The from the Fruit and Vegetable three-day campaign swing In said City Attorney Peter KilogrUla
Turning colder north and cooler buildin,. ; even though the purchasers companies: which be did not Inspection Division: New Hampshire urged a defense Goldwaler devoted part of the noted the objections but ruled

south: and central district I But it was revealed, in the hive not yet paid for it In 1 name, will Include two with By rail, 10,61 grapefruit, 3. posture utilizing manned sewn conference to in attackon that the board 'does have'the
Lowest temperituret ranging course of discussing the request full. Western operations, two operating (02 oranges, 4,880 tangerines, aircraft e President Johnson's State of right to hold this hearing"
from the low 40', in the Suwan- I that the school board still hasmaterial I It was brought out that the in the East and two in the 1,872 temples; by boat, 1204 "I im very fearful that we the Union message lIe said the I Mrs Costello was the first witBess. .
nee and Gainesville district to stored In the building. I board once got a bid on razing I South he laid. grapefruit; by truck :50,442 may get caught sometime with section of the message dealing She testified that she started -

the 80', lower east coast George W. Leis, who submitted it, which was between 19,000 Several Chicago trucking of- grapefruit, 11,371 oranges, 17,721 our airplanes down," be said. I with spending "simply dues not private teaching of twlm-
arett. larmln'l the request on behalf of''and 11000. Leia and Rata finale called Teamster demands tangerines 6,128 temples total, "We need to keep up our air square with the facts." ming In 1958 classified at a tutor.
Forecast for Friday: the company, explained to the agreed to pay for the dismantling "exorbitant" 12.261 grapefruit 1890!! oranges plane capability," said Gold Goldwater accused Johnson of I She was "assured then that

moderately cool. I board that it was desired to so "we are actually living It wit reported the final proposal 2601 tangerines, T.798 temples water an Air Force reserve ". double tongued way of putting I she needed no license" The
Future temperature outlook: I raze the building "in the very I: this mount," one board member of the unions calls for Ithreeyear for a shipping total of 111,759 general his estimates for spending ext summer, "with the clty'i
Colder north and cooler south : near future," at no expense to I Hid. contract with pay Increases K>xes. Goldwater said at a newt $97.9 billion next year" apparent consent" the Costel-
and central district Friday the boird He said the Chances The only determination then of 14 cents in hour the Cannery recelpt.I3'll1 grape- conference that the U nit I ed "The trick It that President los built their pool and she

Bight. Slight chance of frost in I of development of the property' was whether the building might ,, first year, I cents the second fruit, 192,333 oranges 22,2X8 tangerines States' short range missiles Johnson Is using the requested darted teaching there This wu
northern district Saturday morning would be enhanced i It thtf f building possibly be used sgain. The year and 10 cents the third 'I for a cannery total of ".re dependable" I II and estimated figures of the ,I before the Bitters moved Into

j jj i wen tot "V..o( I aA (Continued On Past I CoL )I 7111.f 268,740 boxes. I But, be laid, "1 with the De I (Continued On Page I Col. 2) I s I (Continued On Page T CoL 4)i

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Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Thursday, :Uanuary 9, '1964'



Ray E. GreenAnnounces Deaths In Haven AreaWESLEY Ridge Baptist >DOUBLE DOUBLE

SAVINGS a SAVINGS
M. BARTON MRS. LUCILLE L. GILLIS I

He Wesley Marion Barton, 71, of Mn. Lucille L, Gulls, 44, of Youth To MeetGLEN with with

300 Eagle Drive Eagle Lake, Lake Hamilton I Boulevard, S&H I S&HGREEN
died yesterday morning In the Eastwood Winter Haven died
Will Run AgainRAY Winter Haven Hospital after a this morning a Bartow Hoipital GREEN

short lllnet after I long Illness STAMPS STAMPS
Northgato Shopping Center Plenty of Free Parking
I A native of Lynn Ala., 1 b. A native of DeFunlak

... ..... ."' moved to Winter Haven from Springs, she moved to Winter CY 3-2129 Open Until 10 P.M. Daily
( Rome Ga, in 1918. He was a Haven from DeFunlak In 1047
retired Church of Christ ml. with her family. She attendedthe
.' : : later and a member of the Eaf Crusaders of Faith Tabernacle .

:: .;..: !;: i t,,. Lake He. la Church survived of by Chriat.hit widowMn. She In is Bartow.survived by her husband exalt
Rettle Barton of
Eagle
",.. ).i. Like; all: daughter, Mr. George H. Gillis, t NIf : O v 0O
.f.. ... r Merle Hightower of Winter HI' daughter Mrs. Helen Parrlsh
., ven, Mrs. Dorothy Camp of two ions, Eugene and Ronnie
.
.
Eagle Lake Mra. Lucille Smithof
,
\ GUlii, all of Winter Haven; her
.. Atlanta Ga., Mra. Martha
mother, Mn. Gunl Hahn of
Polk of Mobile, Alk.( Mra. Mary
,',. .,. ., ,1j" : .: Prultt of Orlando, and Miss Gibson; six aist.rs. Mn. Roy
:. ,, Helen Barton of Orlando; five Dell Kelly of DeFunlak
"'':" sons Earl Barton of Leeibur, Springs, Mr*. Jeanette Kilpa-
"'.." Victor Barton of Eagle Lake, trick of Penaacola, Mrs. Wyn-
'.( Bryce Barton of Jackaonvlll, cUe Brown of Tampa, Mn.
.
KELLEr
'. : Morris Barton of Eagle Lab, Waldean Parker of Donaldsonvllle
".
., ,..., <',. and Toy Barton of Orlando; i a Ga., and Mr*. DeloreiCnancey Several Auburndala .
brother Charles Barton of of Tampa; three young I
Lynn, Ala? 22 grandchildren: brothers, Hop Leddon of Dt- people will entertain at the I:
and two greatgrandchildren.Funeral Funlak Springs, Cecil Leddon Ridge Baptist Youth Fellow-
services will be held of Rlvervlew and Hllmer Led ship to be held Saturday nigh
I"_-.".,,.., n.nw/nI. d 115 e..nw don of.. .Hialeah; and two at the Inwood Baptlit Church r
E. GREENTALLAHASSEE the Ott-Laughlln Chapel wit granacnuaren.
beginning at 7:30, It
Service arrangements la : wai announced -
Blain Cook of Port Charlotte and FEATURING
: (UP) B. J. Cheatham, minister of the charge of Crisp Funeral Horn today.
Comptroller Ray E. Green, lay Winter Haven Church of Christ, will be announced later They will be part of other religious 1/2 PRICE ITEMS ---
Ing there "Is no lubitltut for officiating. Burial will be In entertainment groups
experience," announced Wed. Lynn Ma.Friends that art scheduled to attend
aesdaywhe would run for his may can at the Otto Mayor Urges IWLL1I11I1TDfAIl
.
fourth term. Laughlln Chapel today from Ito the Fellowship.Glen (HEW ABll REXAU
The announcement squelched 0 p.m. Kelley, of Auburndal REXAU MILK
speculation the 84 year old In lieu of flowers, it la the High School it scheduled to MULTIPLE VITAMINS OF MAGNESIA RUBBINGALCOHOL
Green would retire at the conclusion request of the family that do- Registration play the piano.A I DIUelou.1
of hia present term and nations be made to the Chris- member of the Guild of I .. 3
that Development Commission lien Home and Bible School.i :p.r bffi; 91 a.x 49c
Piano Teachers
U.S.A., he la
Chairman Wendell Jarrard Mt. Don, In care of L.l B. i C Slee's
tans ee TAILT. Tao ,
Mayor Richard DanUler to L2 R, 45s
would aeek: the job. I Chaitila 01 Eagle Lake and presently studying under the g.
Green, named fall .on-ln-law, Bob Cheatiam of Winter Haven day proclaimed January a* i'instruction of Mri. Ruth Lock. I aq.1.a. Me _
Tallahassee attorney John A. Voter Winter Registration Month in miller, at he has for the past _
Haven.
Madlgu Jr., at hli state campaign HENRT H. GRIMES His proclamation It ai fol- eight consecutive years. NEW WALL f '
manager and Tom Hum
phreeav a Tallahassee Henry H. Crimea, IT, 01 lows: He li well known in Auburn. KLENZO ., PANOVITEMUIIIPU
ai his treasurer banker S01H Ave. 0, SE, died to the "I Richard Danttler Mayorof dale at an entertainer at social GEL
"There la no substitute for Winter Haven Hospital Monday ,Winter H.vel'h! hereby__pro- and civic club meetings > : ANTISEPTIC MOUTHWASH VITAMINS IE
experience night after a lengthy Ulneai claim January, imo, aa Voter IluBllNa Kuby-fed M s m Panovlte
and
bualneil and performance" la A native of Boston, M..... Registration Month in the City The Self Quartet, winter reildenti Spicy cinnamon f ivor. V *( RSei.itg.47i ': ReMf30 49c "..1..e
government, tie J Ir
comptroller aald. "Both lie moved to Winter Have of Winter Haven. "I urge all of Auburndale, and well 41J tI *% luvi R.O.foe Y/TAIIIMe
vital k developing are from Lakeland six month. ago citizens over 21 years of age, known throughout central Florida m* coat M ICOHOMT uaM tAVt lure eroilt +
meet the demand, programs to Ha was a veteran of World War who have been resident of and north Alabama are u. Itl. 1.0134. ems uoeesr sot
the growth and the produced increase by In I[, a 32nd Degree Mason and Polk County for six months and also scheduled to entertain at .sae a.r,to x.14GER
request for services by theconsumer a member of the Episcopal of Florida for one year, to regiter the meeting.The .
three alsten,
Church.He ; to vote. Lynette
In addition end taxpayer li survived by bin widow "We could well be proud If Norma, and Janice Self are -RITE REXALL 1I '
to approving and M REXAU
Kri. June K. Crimea of Win the highest percentage of regstered accompanied by David Speegle, w
signing check
for every cent and are known for their work VITAMIN AND IRON TABLETS CHEWABLE ,
the itat spends, the comptrol ter Haven; a eon, Stephen H. voter In Polk County BUFFEREDASPIRIN
Grimes of Bartowj; and three was recorded in our city in church activities gospel M.
ler
1 also
the banking com mis- "With sings, concert, and various 1.39 VITAMIN C
aloner and serves various grandchildren. the help of every per. CHSRULE Eo
on other fields of Gospel enter. 10'eRq.711sAVs
Cabinet board.. Funeral aervlcei will be held ion Winter Haven can lead the RC 34c
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The Weather--Local State And National I Recruiters Lakeland Navy Win Prison Commandant Denies Guilt In Inmate MurdersFRANKFURT I

Germany of his duty was to make sure low defendants Mulka said he ka. "I had no idea,"
Coveted E AwardLakeland' (UPI-A former assistant commandant they ran efficiently the prosecutor I was only i camp bureaucrat, a Mulka w'as the first of the defendants .

:" of the Nazi Auschwitz said man who worried about paying to undergo questioningby
.
Navy Recruiters the nine judges participating
death camp amused biz fellow But Mulka said he did know' bills and personnel problems in
Chief Petty Officers R. Kendrick the trial. During the first
defendants today by laying he the "Troop Jenui" the Nazi Mulka told the court, during three the defendant
days, *-21 .
j97j40 N, Hollmgsworth and R. had nothing to do with mast cheerleader who nightly the trial which Is Germany SS men and one Inmate turned
,QO f Pfeiffer have been awarded the murder. pepped up Gestapo guards who I biggest for war crimes since trusty for the Nazis made
rNMa i Jacksonville Recruiting Dis Chuckles and giggles: erupted, could not "stomach it anymore the occupation ended that "It personal statements.
Ht trlct "E" for December Com from the other 21 defendants ," may sound Incredible but I The men are charged with selecting .
.. during Robert Mulki'i testi- Mulka said the "Troop Jesus" never entered the main camp," be
for the "E" and title the victims to killed
k..ft01p M" I petition ninny at the trial of 22 men accused organized concerts and plays as Chief Judge Hans Hofmeyer, operating the mammoth gai
of Station of the month" is of helping kill 2.5 to 4 well as pep talks for the reacting to Mulka claim about chambers and ovens and picking .
1 held monthly within the II recruitmg million persona at Auschwitz Auschwitz.weary Gestapo men, not entering the main camp, over the corpses for gold
stations in Florida and termination camp under Adolf Prosecutor Hans Kugler said, asked tf the defendant had no teeth and other valuables
J 1J Southern Georgia, Lakeland pro )Hitler regime- in World War "You mean there were plays interest in how the inmates
1j duced 283 per cent of the assigned II and concerts In view of the lived and whether they had anything LUMBERING' cluMP
r \ i ,t'QIOA tSp I quota for December They chuckled when Mulka, I smouldering heaps of bodies In to eat, OROFINO Idaho (UPI) :-'
r Lakeland recruiters have won now 68, said he never let foot crematoriums and p e o pie "I never got any complaints," Who'i the Northwest' best
PAIR : ,, j I the award for the fourth timein in the camp area housing the screaming in the gas cham Mulka replied, lumberjack ; :
j 1963, They won for April, mass gas chambers that swal born?" "And you didn know there )t'. John Miller Roneburt,
May and August as well as lowed up to 6,000 persons a day "Yes," replied Mulka "and were two gallows?" Judge Hof Ore, who swamped all the torn- .
J December They giggled when he laid he that was the worst thing of meyer asked. petition in rugged lumberjack
4
? Chief Kendrick recruiter in never saw any firing iquad an." "Two what?" the Gestapo games here for this year i title, -,
,.. charge announced that Lakeland mass killing lIe denied he knew there were member answered I Lavon Morrow of Priest R v..._,
JN I. 's Navy Recruiting StationIs They laughed when Mulki any children among the inmates Gallows, the things where er, Idaho was named witbJUUI ':
I ".. .' Pa 0 ePo 1 among the top stations with. said he never had anything to The former assistant people are hanged from" said ler as the all.around Iam1-r
::1 J J i In the district in competitionwith do with the ill chambers. commandant said he learned the judge, Jill at the recent Orofiio'e'-.
S' 44 th annual "Bell" Award As assistant commandant part that only from testimony by fel "No no, no," exclaimed Mul nual togging contestUse .. ...

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Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK I Account
Temperatures Partly cloudy through Friday
Panhandle with shower mainly tonight.
Scattered showers anti thunder High today 75 to 85. Turnin ...
showers mallnly early today By United Press International colder late tonight and tomorrow w. NY. the rlqht to
otherwise partly cloudy Low High Low tonight around 60. hall .nllll...
through Friday Turning colder Albuquerque ....... S 27 Southerly winds 15 to 20 miles
this afternoon and tonight. High Atlanta ............40 49 per hour shifting to northerly ----'ruJ: 4\.v---'-+--"
today In the 60's low tonight Birmingham ......, 56 59 late tonight and tomorrow -rr. -
84 to ... Small craft warning Boston ............. 28 37 i i ', ;;;;;
are displayed for shifting winds Chicago ..........35 38 ."_"Jo. ;;;;! .I
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gradually diminishing late tonight Detroit ............34 39 l r I .. ...._ ,
and becoming north to Jacksonville ....... 59 66 r I. .,.

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t.I rain likely with an High Inch: or today two 75 01 Twin Cltlea ......... I 33 Freak Accident 1 'ABOUT l'i :
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Partly cloudy through Friday Phoenix ............ 27 54 have saved his own life and .
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winds II to 20 miles per Tampa ............67 81 again. .
boor shifting to northerly late Washington ........ 41 The Navy said Wednesday
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Partly cloudy through Friday Search Ended of Marrero, La.. had Just been Flat and fitted twin and full sires' "
with scattered showers late tonight catapaulted from the deck of "State Pride" luxury at a low price: mothproof, mildew : ; 7' i
or Friday. High today M the carrier Shangrl La in the proof plus lofty nap that keeps you cuddfy-warm! Extra- 6 77 W Famous "name" and our own best';
to 85, low tonight TO Turning Coast GuardMIAMI Mediterranean Tuesday nigh wide !pylon! binding Thrives on washing x 80" sire. tsi ;
colder Friday or Friday night By when the trouble developed. Sale Price! value brands. You name It-we f
Southerly winds 15 to 20 miles Randolph whose Attack e ;
per hour, shifting to northerly (UPI) The CoastGuard Squadron 46 is stationed at Cecil have I III I
Friday. abandoned today the Field in Jacksonville, failed to
search for a Pittsburgh jeweler gain full flying speed In the ,
who vanished In a 12.foot boat launching and his jet began '....- '-
Stamp Covers near Grand Cayman Island a sinking rapidly toward the water ,-
week ago after leaving the carrier deck : ;
A spokesman said the search the Navy said.Randolph ;
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Jeweler Richard Max Davis the waves, then triggered the I r
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smn-of Central Florida: the-occupying trace. Despite a badly damaged
wing the Navy said Randolph
of Jacksonville on February
flew his jet back the
BB to carrier
7th and the Union defeat Shooting
and landed
safely The Navy
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ruary 20th. AgainAnother
it could recall of
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Pegs Four WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA' IZ Lj



Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Letters To TelevisionBy I In ReviewThe

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I W. I. KYNERSON, I.'lt.r.r'uUl.hor, The Lighter SideBy RICK DU BROW Channel Swim "CBS R..

,".. air a probe of the
JOHN W. HYNEKSON Ai.l.tent t. the ,. The Editor. International ports" ti>
Prt sa Jan.
t'nitd cotics racket 22. J5im
Publiih.d duly (*...,. S.+urd.yl' by th* Win I., H.y.n DICK WEST And Joseph Alsop shared a .. HOLLYWOOD (UPD-Frank-) network' "Camera Three" gifern

'."''ihln.! Co. 'In*., 12* Ir1 Street. N.W. WIM.r H."an. H.rM United Prei International I column with his brother Stewart Dear Editor : Ito D Roosevelt died In office, excerpt from the Broil.w .

CHARLES &OSHORN Gonerol I Manager By PHIL NEWSOM WASHINGTON (UPI) As before the latter peeled off to The "Peace t on Earth" and S. Truman who succeeded y play, "Chip With Every
you may already have noticed, enter the magazine dodge. Harry Sunday .Archie
New Analyst "Good will to all men" seemedto of an thing Moon
JACK IEAHAN Auecl.to Idit.rPETER UPI Foreign there is a trend nowadays I But never before have him, war the target on ABC-TV "9ttnTrain"
Alert I guest
exclude to
J. SULLIVAN A ]".rtlln. Men.f.rNATIONAL Not generally recalled I* the toward packaging Washington matched set of pundits beena feel led to writ Project I word In behalf assassination attempt- Boo- Jan. ZOo George Burns

fact that the first attempted columnist In pairs like cufflink abundant a* now. of Project Alert levelt, too, had been. Dwight visit NBC TV'I "Sing Along

i ADVERTISING. REPRESENTATIVE. III. Communist revolution In the or bookends I The aforementioned Allen has the Honor suffered a heart with Mitch Feb. 10.CBSTVs .
I
Inc Cling. First may quote D. Eisenhower
.
Sh."" I AincletM. Not that the buddy system I I. 'for some time been in partner F. Andy Griffith It
Western Hemisphere occurredIn Citation from Kenneth D Wells attack while President John reported -
I En+.nd II Sand CI... Mill I MHr Spt. t, It24 *t th* Pert Off!*. Brazil in November 1935. anything new of course Old- ship with Paul Scott. Not long president of Freedom Founda Kennedy was claimed by in usassin'a wanting to quit bit ,,.
timer will recall that Drew the New Work Herald Tribune
In Winter H.r.n Fl.rd! under act .f Mirth 2, 117 ago Feb. 22 ties after next season .Sim*
lion at bullets
Valley Forge
,
abort frail Pearson the made column writing
It was led by a once operated a : concerning! network Jackie Gleason also
"Washington Merry .Go.Round" team of Rowland Evan and 1M1? These are facts :
man with Intense black eyes 'Freedoms Foundation at Valley four President who want out according to hit
AUDIT BUREAU I only the
MEMBER named Luia Carlos Preites. It In tendem with Robert S. Allen. Robert Novak Frank Fontaine
Fore announces to Amer. have Immediately preceded sidekick, who
.5' Cf CIRCULATIONS wa an abortive affair but for More recently the Newspaper I lea with great pride the election : Lyndon B, Johnson In his post. says the star asked him to inherit

four day the revolutionariesheld Enterprise Association brought I of Project Alert to receive For a greater percentage of the the program .NBC.TV'a"Bonanza"
Wall Street Bruce Blossat and Ray Crom-
the city of Natal where I the Medal Imagine the tied CBS.TV'* "Bev,
MEMBER George Washington time than many
Active M.irbr UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL they Installed a Soviet.Kyle rtglme. Icy under a joint byline. And I by the Independent, distinguished nation hat been led by men not I erly Hillblllie for first place

v NATIONAL EDITORIAL Tki United. .) Preii It a ti ill.d l ) t. the ,.. just this week the Washington I Award Jury. elected president. And this matter in the r.tIDCI.Almanac.
ASSOCIATION for Mtjblet..n! .f all local ".... print.d Uprising also took place In Dally News doubled up George succession,
"Thli li superlative
community presidential
a of
In thii Mwtpapar .i will a all l) UPI! the cities of Recife and in Rio Chatter Clifford and Tom Kelly
.. Newi Dupatchai.W4 Apparently the affair of the effort to Inform and en- which becomes more urgent
de Janeiro. lighten Americans to their primary and pressing each year, was
nation have become 10 complex
ADVERTISING DEADLINI In Rio, aided by s part of the NEW YORK (UPI) Ken. I citizenship responslblll- the subject Wednesday night ofan
that It now take two to pontificate
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENTily garrison, the rebels proclaimed neth Ward of Hayden, Stone & ties and merits the attention engrossing, Immensely mature
th. W.rd: I P,M. Prtvlou. Diy. ly th* 'Incht } P,M. '...I.u. Day. Preite president of Brazil. Co. says "In the highly specialized Or, It could: be that someone I and approval of patriots In hour on "CBS Report" '

I lego) Notie.ii I P.M. Pr nIOll'! Day Sunday. Edition D.idllnei. frldiy.. For the Moscow.trained Prcs- market visualized over the has discovered that two can every part of this land. This (Itan In separate interview, Truman By United Press International
1 DISPLAY DEPARTMENT. tea, the revolt earned a 18.year domestic soothsay as cheaply as one. I Today ii Thursday, Jan. 1,
Sunday Ed Inn-3 P.M. Thuro..." Mon.../ Edition 1 P.M. Frl..*! of which he next 12 months where Until a few days ago, it had essential project showing the and Eisenhower discussed
Tu.idiy Edition-Nn S.+urd.yt W.III"....,. Thuridiy ."" Friday prison sentence politic and corporate develop. never occurred to me to : peril this nation It In at the the various aspect of succession the ninth day of 1964 with 557 ,
E"illon1 P M. Tw. Diva In Advtnct. served! nine, followed by mOI'lyur. merits plus sudden change in aider playing typewriter con-I World Socialist.Communist conspiracy in case: of presidentialdeath to follow.
.,. In the Brazilian under. the International picture could work to the matters -
destroy our
On that occasion, I was or Incapacity Is approaching id
foA.",..., Seu+h.ra N.wtp.p.r Publither. Au.cl.ti.n ground. The moon
have s profound influence on two paragraphs deep in a nation of a vice president taking
;
Member Flondi Prttt Aiioc.etlon
His activities led the legislative the overall trend, It i II cOI-1 new phase.
price umn when I group of my "The George Washington Honor over from an 111 chief execu
; ; TELEPHONE CY" ... J.2ltlA I reference service! of the important to determine how far leagues in the House press gallery Medal bears upon it this Inscription I tive, and who should be next Inline I The evening star are Venus

Library of Congress in 1958 to ahead the market has already adjourned for lunch. 111 do : 'For outstanding for the White House after Jupiter and Saturn.

describe him as the "most outspoken discounted the Improvement now anything to keep from working, achievement In bringing about the No 2 man. On this day In history: I
opponent of the United being forecast: for 1964." so I joined them. a better understanding of the I The tone throughout the hour I
For Today south of the Rio Grande""For In 1788, Connecticut ratifiedthe
Thought State I
Ward continues
be
"To sure, While I was gone, some kind American Way of Life. With Indicated a desire for clarification I
more than a quarter of "the for business and commendation Constitution and was admitted ,
; prospects soul passed by my typewriter, praise o I at quickly as possible of :
a century, the reference servIce and the seem those and who have I to the Union.
economy very observed that I seemed to be men women the controversies of the succession
"Let your moderation bt known unto alt men. The said "he hap spumed venom good right now but it should be stuck and sat down and finished Instituted and carried forth issue. Richard M. Nixon, In 1793. the first successful

aimed at poisoning BrazilIan mentioned that such en almost the first It was Project Alert Freedom Foundation who also contributed heavily to balloon flight in the United
Lord it at haM Phil. .:5 page.
I -United State relation unanimous bullishness may be pretty good stuff too. adds Ita salute hoping Wednesday night' remarks recalled State was made by Jean Pierre I,

,.i, The consideration of the near approach of our This background II to point dangerous The stock market My unknown benefactor had that all the cltlei of this land vividly his days as vice Blanchard over Philadelphia
y up an event of only a few days often discounts far In advance written learned treatise on of God shall learn of Protect president following Elsenhow In 1861, Mississippi seceded

Master should give us a gentleness of spirit in dealing ago which may. be of significance In prevous years, the market whether a"there really is a Rep.H. Alert and carry It on In their er' heart attack. And other from the Union

: with others. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett to present day Brazil. baa shown a tendency to reach R. Gross and, if to, who own communities pointed comment came from In 1929 the "Seeing Eye As

In a television interview in a top sometime around the middle would want a Gross of H. R.*" When the local organization Sen. Kenneth Keating, who reiterated sociation" to train dogs to guide

Rio, old Communist Prestes, or latter part of January. I have been told never to look was formed citizens from every his call for two vice the blind was incorporated In

News-Chief Editorials whose party theoretically itill I I. Ward suggests a certain: amount a ghost writer In the ectoplasm civic: group aa well as professional president one executive one Nashville, Tenn.

outlawed in Brazil, made some of caution and care In initiating but when I subsequently discovered and any patriot were In- legislative; and from Arthur In 1945, General MacArthur'i

I Interesting prediction Among s new buying program. that the phantom contributor vited to participate Each of us Krock, veteran political colum "I shall return" promise was

them: was Joseph McCaffrey, a are volunteer workers and If mst for the New York Times. fulfilled as American soldiers

: Patience Brazilian Communist will Moody'. Investor Service radio.television commentator, I we had an equal amount of Perhaps the most special and Invaded Luzon In the Fbillppin

come to power under the point out there "ar cross.current proposed on the spot that we money contributed by the tax- Immediate aura of the hour Islands.
,t : No one had any idea, when new registration for present regime of President of both strength and become: I team free foundation to the aubver- surrounded the brief appearance

i : voting was announced, that there would be such a rush Joao Goulart. weakness. Nevertheless, with "Between u* we should be live organltatoini we could win In an interview of the A thought for the day-English .
They will come to power tax reduction pending, there able to make a pundit I said the cold war speaker of the house, 72.year- poet John Addlngton Sym-
a : to get properly signed up, but there has been that rush peacefully. still appears to be room for ex "A good Idea." McCaffrey When we ask Why? of those old John W. McCormick, who moods said: "No seed haH

Former governor of Rio pansion of public activity and agreed. "I'll supply the puns who are so vociferous against which the soul hath
r E and we think it wonderful. We are glad to see that 1* currently next In line for the perish
Grande do Sul Goulart'lbrotber.ln "
State we find that they do not
some broadening of the mar and you furnish the dita us presidency. McCormack repeated 10 wn."
) : there is little apathy on the part of Winter Haven pea law Leonel! Brizola, ket. The collaboration however, know the purpose of our program his previously stated remarks -

: pIe. The registration desk at the City Hall has been has "every condition: of being" never got off the ground, main have not attended any that he favors the present Fifteen years ego the average -
the chief of the revolution. of the meetings and refuse to
Bache & Co note that "pro ly because of a conflict over I succession arrangement. In motel bad 15 units according :
+ almost mobbed from morning until closing time. Pea Goulart also could be that nounced weakness in e number whose name would be listed first accept documented evidence or which the speaker follow the : to Quality Courts President .
.
ple have had to wait as much aa a half hour before chief "provided he freed himself of electronic stocks ha been In the communal byline. I open debate. vice president, but that he John Lacock. Today the
of his engagement with largely ignored by the rest of No self respecting ditsmlth Our Information cornea from would not oppose an appropriately average motel has over M
getting that all important piece of paper. Could be certain reactionary area" the market, s highly encouraging will take second billing to a I 1. Senate Internal Security Sub- reed-upon change rooms.

that the hired help probably would be glad to have Former President Juscellno sign" mere punster I Committee; 2. The departmentof
Kubitschek and fiercely antiCommunist public documents; S House

pea'others give a hand. da of Guanabara Gov. Carloa State, Lacer-where Spain Expected To Supply i Committee(and on we Un are-American very aware Activities ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

Rio 1 II located, he branded as of the efforts of the enemy to

""entl of reactionary forces" ( abolish this eommltttee; 4. Reports .
help fill out the large permanent cards leaving only the .
WDIO-T* WFLA TY wm-TV WTYTTVCh
and "slaves of Imperiallam"The frpm J Edgar Hoover'lDppartment
identification card and final checking to the regular fact that Preste could Cuba With 100 Cargo ShipsLONDON ; 5. Many lawyerswho I .CIS"..| Ch.NIC.".. I Ck.nn.11 ABC Cdomwl CISOrion It

registration workers to do. Numbered cards could be emerge to make his pronouncements know and study the conItltutlon .** T. Oriond Tempo \

given out and people called to the registration desk as over a government licensed (UPI The Brit. grain to the Soviet Union and and are able to tell ua I 4
television station I* when legal subversion Is taking
their numbers come up. Of course, this rush wasn'texpected haps significant( of the chaotic per. ish press today ridiculed U. S. its satellites In Europe, other place; 6. Many other reliable Thursday NIGHT January 9

so probably a bit of patience will have to be state of Brazilian politic, attempts to halt the sale of Western nation ought to be sources I
4:00-New .
British buses to Cuba. News N. N.w., W..I har Pulse News
exercised on the part of the applicants. Then the first There 1* no record that the papers accuied: the United able to do business with Cuba. Khrushchev" lays "There Is II-h., +s, Wlh" News Editorial", Sp't, Pula Reap
government sought to suppress Britain said no God. Psalm 14:1: lays "The HO-CIS: New. NBC Newu ABC New CBS N....
simmer down and within few State of using blackmail and It has no legal
rush is about to a
ready him or that Brizola violently double standards. means to stop the sale of buses fool hsth said In his heart, thereIs .::45-<:15 Nw. NBC Nw. E"h't" Mirror CBS New.

days most people can get through in minutes. Regardless leftist and violently anti-United There were Indications that by the Leyland Motors Co Government no God." Also that "No man 7:0o-H."Iin Adven,,
Virginia Buys Mnorclr!
States to disavow can serve two masters (Matt:
ought
l BE SURE YOU GET REGISTERED-this registration him another ally of the United sources noted that Britain 7:11I Fbhinq III Pandits Virqinla Boys Mnorlclr
8 So the choice It before
Of further significance Is the :24)
determinedto Is not participating In the 7lo-PII'wor" Adventures FIi"flto" Maverick
is supposed to last a life time. States, Spain, was
fact that Preste emerged at go ahead with trade with American trade boycott of Cu- each one of us. 7:4I-PII'wor" In, Puadi. Flints".. M.lelr
this time a* the spokesman for ba and that the buses have I have made nine "As for
Fidel Castro' no
regime
Premier
IOo-R.whi". 00"1. Gill;. Donna R....
: Re..hi"
communism. He 1* the me and my house we willieI'vethl
partY'1lenertl
Your League despite U S. disapproval. In. strategic value. 1lI-R..hlel.: 001.1. Gill;, Donna h... Rawhlde
Lord. On whose aide are
secretary in Brazil but .
The British
formed lource in Madrid believe press was more 1lo-R.whiel. Dr. Klld.e My Thne Sons Ite..hlel.
for many month he has re Spain will build about 100 outspoken you? .::4I-R.whlel. 0,. Kil".,. My Thne Son. Rawhide
Over the years the Winter Haven League of Wo- named In the background ships for Cuba worth about $500 "For the love of Pete!" the I speak aa an Individual butI

men Voters has been a real factor in trying to get while others held the stage. million. London Daily Mall exploded. am t member of Project 1:00-Party: Mann, D,. Klld" The Jimmy, Parry Mann

more people interested in the affairs of their community Among these has been pro.Castro In both the ship deal and the "The fact la that the United I Alert. Mrs Albert Drake II-P.rry':Io-P",, Mil Mae,, H..I Dr. Kild" Th.Dan Jimmy Sh.w Parry Parry M.Mil.,"

They have done an outstanding job during the advocate of violent revolution agreement to sell Cuba $11.2 States applies double standards '.4I-P",, Muo" H..I 0.." Show',,,, Mil,,,
Francisco Jullao, organizerof million worth of British double- when it come to trade with the
periods of voting by securing information on candi the peasant league In north. decker buses the argument Communists," it added. "Both I ooo-n.: Nu... Sup.ero Sid Casa, Dick Peweg

dates. They have worked diligently to prepare lists of east Brazil. used by the seller I I. the same: the administration and Congressapproved -Memories- 10 I Oll-The:30-The Nu.Nurse... Sapan Th..I,. Show Thaa+r.

Prestes, during the TV Interview If the United State can sell the sale of wheat to :10:48-The: Nurse: Too Story of Dih Pawe6
various kinds such as those in elective: office and those declared unhesitatingly million of dollar worth of the Soviet Union and rightly 20 YEARS AGO : Thea/r. A Cewbey .+r.

serving in other capacities in offices. that: "We Brazilian Communist I to. But we could argue that filling Miss Dorothy Snively returned I 1100, -N.w. N.wa Nawilma N..., Sport.

We understand that they are going to update their ar* on the tide of Soviet a Russian belly 1 II far more to classes at Brenau College Mill-Sp.rti. W har Tanlaht Show E'tori.!, W'th.r W'thar, torl.l;
.. Russia" In the quarrel with About strategic than saving Cuba" Gainesville, Ga. after I 11 iJO-Thaarra af Tonlqht Show Lat. Shaw Cain HundraJ
:. Polk County book, which carried in it information Red China People The dispute has caused Irrl spending the holiday herewith 11145- the Slim Tonight Share Late Shaw Cam's Hundr.J

:- about our county that couldn't be found elsewhere with- Since Caatro'i own loyalty to tation on both sides of the Atlantic her family, the H. B.

out a lot of work. It has come that time of year when Moscow now is being quei- and British official said Snlvelys Friday MORNING January 10 \
tioned, it may be that Moscow And Things"TOO they hope it will die down before I 10 YEARS AGO iI ri7D0Oparalia i\
:; they too will need some help-financially, that is. If has its own reasons for bring the meeting between President James Hardy returned to his

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work;for the betterment of your community be sure MUCH THIEUNG"LONDON Sir Alec Douglas.Horn Virginia in Charlottesville, Va 7:10-,1. Today. Show Michia Evan Geed D.Day, 1
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w your,. check gets to them. Annie Sone 55, wi caught They noted that the bus deal with his family
negotiation have been public 5 YEARS AGO 1,0o-c.tol", Today Show Macke; Evan. Cap,,, I I
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I 111Fiurs ay. January y, T9S? WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORID* Page Rv



I Williamson Is NominatedFor Bock's Bakery I Municipal Court DocketRobert I Jet Fighter,


Alderman, drunk, for posure, 10 days auspended. I

Auto Industry- AwardA Purchased By feited Joseph$2S bond.Gordon Borgeoia,I forfeited G. L Little$23 bond., vagrancy, trans.| ,k II .,! :I',,: :I: Pilot Missing

prominent Lake Wales tnbutions to the Industry and drunk, $25 or 10 days. Emory Aaron Lowe, drunk, ,
tomobile dealer has been his community best exemplify Harold Bridge, drunk, $33 or ferred to county r I TAMPA (UPI-An TUT Jet

inated gamin to Franklin receive the 1964 aU'j sound community business leadership.practice and j Billy Sherrill 10 days. I Granville B. Lyons, drunk,I fighter carrying an Air' Fore

Dealer Award by the The national award winner Denia Hickman Clary, drunk, $. or 10 days captain wn reported minim
Valet Greater Chamber will be announced on Feb. 2 10 dayi suspended. I Alfred McLain, drunk, transferred and presumed down today M a

Commerce. by C. L. MacNelly, publisherof Clifford B. Collins, drunk, to county. I| routine mission.
George E. Williamson was I the Saturday Evening Post, The Air Force announced that
forfeited $25 bond. John W. Mickel, drunk, 10
Dominated for the award which
during the convention of the
I wreckage bad been spotted
It presented by the Saturday National Automobile Dealers j Alphui B. Comeford, drunk, days suspended
Evening Post. Association at Detroit.A I forfeited $25 bond. Willie Miller Jr., resisting .' about five miles north of Ash-
The award It presented annually former president of the I Harry Haniel Conley, drunk, arrest, transferred to county, ,, ". :'" : burn, Ga, and crews from
,
by the magazine to the Greater Lake Wales Chamberof transferred to county. Arthur Montgomery, two "" ( !;{ ,f'1<::., .i Turner Air Force Bate, Ca.
automobile dealer whose conTuberculosis Commerce, Williamson now Hinton Copeland, drunk, 15 counts drunk, $25 or 15 days on _,,< : __. were en route.
serves in that capacity for the days auspended. both ,
; < Aboard the Thunderitreak
high school band association. i Robert A. Coulter, drunk, 10 Harold Morrow, drunk, 10 I ,, .
He is a trustee and member of days suspended. days suspended. ." fighter was Capt Jerry B. Snell,
the executive committee of the Carl Wilson Creasey, drunk, Ed Moss, drunk, 10 das im .' . : 30, of (.ROII Euclid Ave) Tarn
Lake Wales Hospital and has A iA 10 days impended. pended. .. pA. Hit wife, Katherine, and two
served on the board of direct Albert Peter Derei, vagrancy, James Noblitt, drunk 10 days po. children reside there.
Cases Show tors of United Cerebral Palsy 10 days auipended. luspended. M '.. The Air Force said the plane
of Polk County.He Wander Lee Faulk, drunk, 10 Howard Pate, drunk, 10 days ,. took off Wednesday night on t
was earned "Man of the days luspended. I suspended. routine minion and vaniihed.I .
Year by the Chamber of Com John Henry Glenn two Ulysses Peterson, two counts I 1- -
Big IncreaseNew merce in 1962 and now serves .,' counts drunk, forfeited $25 bond, drunk, 10 days suspended, 20 I
as president of the Lake Wales ........ ... ......- transferred to county. days suspended. I f
area Committee of One Hun : Eugene Alan drunk
Dallas Alton Granthan, vagrancy Quinn 1SORTING M JansenDyerANTIQUE
active cases of tuber dred, and Ii mayor of High BILLY J. SJlERRILLBock's transferred to county. 10 days suspended.
eulosii are on the increase in park, Lake Walei. Marvin Griffin, drunk, $25 William E. Sanders, drunk, c SHOW
Florida for the fifth consecutiveyear In the automotive Industry, Bake Shop, 100 Third or 10 dayi.Charles 10 days luspended.
according/ to Dr. Dwight Williamson is president of the St. SW, has recently been pur. Gunn, drunk, 10 dayi Joe Doyle Seymour, drunk, 10'',: ... AND SALE
J, Wharton, director of the Division New Car Dealers Association ol chased by Billy J. Sherrill, it suspended. days suspended. I -- -
of Tuberculosis Control Lake Wales. He Is president Dealers of was announced today. I Roy heard, drunk, transfer. Jean L. Thrift, two counts MARCH OF DIMES' MAILERSMailerssent Lakeland Civic Center'
Florida State Board of Health. the Florida Automobile The purchase was made from red to county drunk, forfeited $25 bond both. I
Dr. Wharton reported a preliminary Association.r Joseph Bockover, who had own Boyd Hendrickt, drunk, $25 Troy Trull, drunk, 10 days to area homes recently for the Winter Haven Marchof Jn. 10, I 11 l, and 12
ed and operated the establishment '. Dimes have started In with donations from allover
I total of 1,568 new active or 10 dayi. I suspended coming I PM to 10 PM Daily
I' tuberculosis easel in 1963 Hospital News for the past seven years. Virgin Hughes, drunk, $25 or Henry C. Virey, drunk 10 the city, according to Cliff Howells, left, chairmanof
as compared to 1,439 cases in At the time Bockover pur 10 days. I days suspended. e 40 EXHIBITS S
the drive. the mailers tt AI) Rid.
1962-an increase of 129 cases. WEDNESDAY'S chased the bakery, seven years Herbert Landux, drunk, 10))I Raymond F. Wynn, vagrancy, Helping tort through
New active cases for the pre. ADMISSIONS ago. from the Wcicrbach familv days suspended, indecent ex-1 j I'transferred to county ley, of the American National Bank, drive treasurer I
_
vioui three it was located on Fifth St. _- n
years were 1,359 Winter Haven ---- --- --
I cues in 1961 1,295 cases in Melissa, Ellsworth and An. NW, but a little over two years
1960, and 1,271 cases in 1959. drew Ireland Jr., Master ago it was moved to its pres.
"A large Increase in the number John Thomas Ellis Jr., Master ent location.
of new active cases ii being Ralph L. Corbet, Master Sherrill has been In the CENTRAL SAVINGS DURING.
found In the age group from Bryan Keith Swain, Master bakery business over 20 yesrs.He BIG
birth to age 15, not only in Marvin Brown, Master Jeffery baa been associated with .
Florida but throughout the nation Baxter, Master Scott well known bakery establishments
," Dr. Wharton laid. He Barr, Mrs. Edward Wiede- in Chattanooga Tenn,
attributed this increase among mann, Mri. Nell Porter, Clifford
children to more thorough case I. Sherman, James H. having:
detection activities and better Alford, Mri. A. J. Fischer, ish Bakery at North Gate Shopping .
reporting of newly-found cases. Mri. Areta Miller, Mrs. Center for seven yean.
Florida figures reveal that Charles P. Cantor. lie came to Winter Haven from %! 1IEWIIW
the total of 1,271 new active Anburndale Chattanooga to take over that
cases reported in 1959 included Miss Jacqueline Ron, Mrs.
children under the age of 15 Curtis E. Carter, Mrs. William post.Married and father of two
while in 1962 the total of 1,439 Short, Mrs. Alan F. children, Sherrill resides at
cues included 138 children in Burroughs. 1503 15 St. NE.
that eame age bracket. This Haines City Ai a tide-line to hit biking
EVERY PIECE OF WINTER APPAREL MUST GO. WE MUST HAVE
represent a prcentage increase Baby Carol Jean Wheeley, career, he has taught two cake
of almost double Mrs. William B. Snellin,. .
among decorating classes for the Winter
children discovered to have active Eagle Lake Haven Recreation Depart THE ROOM FOR SPRING AND SUMMER MERCHANDISE.
tuberculosis in these two Mrs. Harry C. Wimberly. ment.SherriU.
t yean. Lake Hamilton says ne will try to

',; ((Health Dr. Wharton by Service the cited U.showing figures S. Public that released Mrs.Mrs. Herbert Norman Lake Alfred G.Nelson.Cooper. in uphold baking delivering the set tame to by the the high public Bockovers standardsof only, STORE OPEN FRIDAY I TILL 8 '.M. I SAT. I TILL 7 .M. I

there were 54t52 new active WEDNESDAY'SDISMISSALS the finest in bakery goods.
cases of tuberculosis la the
United State in 1962, an Increase
Winter Haven
of 926 than the
more
Air Pollution
Mri. Ode S. Ashley, Miss
1961 totaL He concurred in a
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Lather Terry that Nearly 55, LADIES'LADIES'
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disease at serious ai Mrs. Margaret J. Coffey, Bet. LINGERIEGOWNS
tuberculosis, reported in a single ty Jean Connor, Mrs. DonaldL. 32nd meeting of the Flor DRESSES Blouses 1 00
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SOLIDS r AND FANCIES 248
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Baby Dauphne Myers p.m. at FORMERLY SOLD TO I....
trol. Thur. A. Peterson, Mrs. Eugene the Tampa Terrace Hotel.Reports -- w FLANNELS CHALLIS '
Dr. Wharton urged Florida Powell and infant will be heard from LADIES'
citizens to support the annual daughter, Mrs. Kermit Pur- the budget, cattle advisory, citrus 88
Christmas Seal Campaign of the vii, Muter Michael Sowell, advisory, gladiolus advisory Caprls 1 PANTIES
TB associations, which provides John R. Tate, Master Ira health advisory and policy 34
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WlNTCft MAVCN DAILY NEWS- "ICFUt IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII( Young PeopleEntertained

.f" tI Around The Town
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Hamburgers, with sD the

t Sailor Completes Basic flxlns were the center of attention

when Mr. and :Mrs,
Tom Bins entertained the

Young Peoples Class of Baptist
At Great LakesGerard
1 Training Temple Sunday School,
+ q at their home.

E. Moore, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles The young )people also enjoyed
I
/ F. Moore of 133 Polk Drive completed basic training evening.On Ping. Pong during the

I recently at the Naval Training Center Great Lakes, hand for the eveningof

J try BitUC CUt5 III fun were Ksthy Gotta,

The nine-week training includes naval orientation Ruth Thomas, Jimmie Burn
I ett, Dwight Pope, John Thom.

Bethany Class Birthday PartyThe history and organization seamanship, ordnanceand as, Gary Green, Emory Barker *

gunnery military drill first aid and survival. Donnie Ivey, Julian Thomas .
birthdays of all members Chairmen of the hostess
Leo Smith Jr. the Rev.
were celebrated Mondayby committee were Mesdames During the training recruits and Mrs. Jack Thomas.

the Bethany Class at a Effie Webber Myrtle Atkinson r receive tests and Interviews Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lock- Bill, Stevle and Loren

supper party held In the social Viola Moxln. Ethel P.... which determine their future ridge have arrived from their young sons of Mr. and Mrs.

hall of Bevmer Memorial tin and Russell Haas, assisted 4 assignments in the Navy Wisconsin home and plan to Bice, assisted their parents
Methodist Church. by Mrs. Ola Traynor and
the spend the remainder of the with the entert.lnlnl.Catholic .
rT r Upon completing program
Mri. Pat Jackson entertained Mrs Russell Fountain.
with accordion selections Attending the event were they are assigned to service winter season ber.

assisted at the pianoby Mesdames Bryan Greenlee, schools for technical training WomenThe

Mrs Una Smith. Mrs. Harry Alstatetter, Amos Cra- or to ships and stations for Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wagner

Russell Mass led in group vener W. M McCutcheon, on the Job training in a Navy of Warren, Ohio are guestsof Catholic Woman's Club

singing C. 0. Swanson John Zim rating specialty Mr. and Mrs. George A. met Tuesday In the newly
Mri. R A. Evans gave the merman, Louis Soloman Victor Naval training produces the named "Father Charles An-

devotional and Mrs. Paul C. Breece, Alice O'Bryan, power In sespower by supply Wood. derson Hall," the parish hall

Fletcher presided over the L. D. Wilkin. L. H. Brown ing qualified personnel to of St. Joseph's Catholic

meeting.The D. R. Ellis, Florence Streeter man the ships, planes and
ROSES NATURALLY Church Hostesses were Mrs.
Rev. Leo King gave Leola R. Holcomb, Amy suitable for the the ? shore stations I of today's Rifle Range .
the invocation. Goodsell. What else would be tea table following I lecture on subject Joseph Pacquin and Mrs.

The tables were beautifully Mesdames J. H. Hays J. Mrs. J. Hardin Kirby of Tamp* was the speaker here yesterday under the sponsor Navy. WMS Meets John Flynn.

decorated in keeping with A. Dawson L. D. Wilkin. J. ship of the Garden Club of Winter Haven. She's pictured here with the hoitetiet. Mrs. Harry C. Wimberly Colored slides taken in the

the ,r rious seasons of the R. Ostrander R. H. Mitchell Left to right Mrs. John P. Adams, Mrt. Kirby, Mrs. E. E. Adams and Mrs. Robert was admitted yesterday to Mrs. Jim Edwards was Holy Mrs. Frank Land were P, Goodman.shown by

year, ,Red rotes were for the E T. Roux, Harry G. Brown, Adami. the Winter Haven Hospital. hostess this week to the Wom Those attending Miss
were
winter months yellow jonquil W. F. Owens, M. C. Lawrence -
and lavender Iris for Basil Daniel, G. H. Lecture Held Here Mr. and Mrs Carl Bradleyare en's Missionary Society of the Catherine Halleron Mesdames .

spring mixed flowers for Cute, R. A. Evans Mark here from Massachusettsfor Rifle Range Baptist Church. Matt Moran, Peter F.

summer 'and fruit and flowers Traynor D. R. Poaey and a three month winter va- Devotions and scripturewere Sigmans, George Gierscher
More Than Two Hundred' Hear NotedAuthority's cation. George Boucher, J. F. Dse-
for ail Paul Fletcher. : given by Mrs. Dale ger, Russell Rose Frank W.

Governor Farris Bryant Simpson. Letters from various Krownapple, M. H. Deoney

I Womens Clubs FederationThe has proclaimed "Tree Planting missionaries were read. Of E. F. deMartml Alan R. Wile

Way Of Growing Roses O. Running, Frank Taylor
Week" January 12 18, and special interest was a letter

Woman's Club of Fort during the afternoon session. Arbor Day for January 11th. from Pat Foster telling of an J. C Webster Norman Len-

Meade will be hostess to the Mrs. J. R. Glover of Lakeland Mrs. J. Hardin Kirby of be used to control the insect A welcome to the group, attempt by a team of missionaries ahan Robert Huff, C. W. Call,
Mrs. Wilbur Barnes, presi- W. M. Lalor, John Flynn,
Polk--County Federation of President of the State Tampa held the Interest of pests aphids spidermites was extended by the club dent of St. Joseph's Guild, St. to contact a tribeof Joseph Pacquln and FrankP.

Women's Clubs next Tuesday Federation of Women's Clubs more than two hundred rose and thrip. Dusting for thrip president, Mrs. Tom B. Walk- Joseph's Catholic Church, bas Indians In South America. Goodman.The .

in the Keen Hall of will Install the new officers. enthusiasts yesterday when should be done late in the er. called a board meeting for Mrs. Lloyd Sesrl was the next meeting will be
she was sponsored here in afternoon Spray for fungus Friday night at her home, speaker for the evening Her a covered dish luncheon on
the Church of God Building. Federation of Women's Clubs
lecture the Garden Club should be used week
I by once a 1589 North Lake Shipp Drive. program topic was "The Lordship February 4th with Mesdames
KegjyrtrjJipns and Coffee Hour will Install the new officers. of Winter Haven at the Landmark and spray for spider mites Mrs. Baker of Christ". Boucher, Gierscher, George

will begin at I:30 am. Elected to succeed Mrs. P. Motor Lodge. should be twice a week and Master Bryan Keith Swain Twenty-two members at- Bacon, Lenahan and Miss

The! ,"business session beginsat E. Braddock of Auburndaleis Mrs. Kirby, well known under leaves. Gives ProgramFor son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell tended the session. llalleron as hostesses.

Ur.;m. and Cody J. Shir- Mrs. Gerald Mabry of Fort authority on growing roses in Mrs. Kirby also gave many Swain la a patient in the
Florida, Is an accredited National directions for spraying and CircleThe Winter Haven Hospital.Mrs. .
ley, president of the Fort Meade as President Other
Rose and baa The
Judge dusting quantities. pow
Meade Woman's Club will welcome officers to be Installed are been consulting Rosarlan for der la best for controlling Susannah Wesley Circle Renko Vmchora of

the visitors. Mrs. Harry Mrs. Helen Pearce of Polk the American Rose Society mildew she said and the of Beymer Memorial Keota will give a lecture and

Green of Winter Haven will City, First Vice.President; in the Tampa area for the foliage should dry before Methodist Church met this demonstration on Japanese

give the response. Mrs. William Wilma ley of past four years She his been night fall. week at the home of Miss Flower Arrangements February 4,4)ly
growing roses since the age Pruning 14th from ten to twelve
The guest speaker during Davenport, Second Vlce-President of nine. January 15th through February Virginia Bentley, 1200 Lake noon at the Clearwater Beach
Otis Drive with Miss GraceKlrkland
the morning session will be ; Mrs. John Sprague of Soil Preparation is the best time to Memorial Civic Center. Tickets

Mrs. Bratvold It Is best the told Mrs. said. The as hostess. will be three dollars
Vernon of Bartow Recording Secretary; speaker prune, Kirby Mrs. James Humphrey, Cir

Bradenton. Mrs. Brstvold was Mrs. Rsgon Barnett of Fort her audiance to prepare arose principal purpose is to remove cle Leader, conducted the pus tax. ,a .s' d .
bed and holes for bush all dead, or damaged,
at one time a Communist for Meade, Corresponding Secretary meeting Devotions were given Mr. and Mrs. Karl Roby of
es, three or four months before or unproductive growth On
the FBI and is considered ; Mrs. George Mayer Jr., planting. For each rose bushes that completed their by Mra. Moody Chisholm.Splrltu.1 Toronto Canada are spending

an outstanding speaker Her of Auburndale, Treasurer; and bush, a hole should be prepared first year of growth in the spoke about Life Chairman.by Divine She their winter vacation her. r tr

subject Is "I was a Commun- Mrs. Richard Non of Winter in the bed the size and garden this means the removal Guidance and prayer told of things Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W.

lit for the FBI". Music dur Haven Auditor depth of a bushel basket. of the oldest cones and
11' that distinguish Chrlstisns. Reynolds and children, Mel,
With .the soil from the hole, pruning one third growth attained
\ tag the noon bour bas been The.Tort Meada Woman's They continue to care after Clem Debbie, and twins,
combine bucket of by bush dur
one peat, a rose
\ arranged,by.the music chairman Club !iei naked that'reserva- one.bucket of chicken fertili ing the preceding year. AU others stop caring. A Christian Barney and Harriet, of Bar-
be likened to abridge tow were recent guests of
Mrs. Hodsoa of tions for the luncheon be seed cuts made .half Inch may
T. L. ser, two cups cotton are one which spans from one Frank McCormick, official of

Lakeland. made not later than Saturday meal, one cup superphos above new growth buds. Mrs. place to another. As Christians CBS television in Miami. j

New Officers of the Coun with Mrs. William P. phate, one cup of rose com- Kirby also advises application we may be walked on, They were also guests at a ,
merlcal fertilizer and mix of a liquid lime sulphur, _____
at the FOUllt.iDobleau
dinner '
but it help party
ty federation for the next Campas, of AT M42 or AT thoroughly Then Mrs. Kir- I dormant spray directly following nay someone in Miami Beach. Mrs.
along
two years will be Installed 4.5461.SALE. by said add six inches of pruning. Mrs. Cecil Baker had Reynolds is the former Mrs.

blark soil Incorporate one- All cuts must be treated charge of the program. She Weita Wallace Bailey of Win

third peat on the top of the after pruning, with a selling gave the history of the Greek ter Haven.
rosebed. application of shellac
orange ,
Orthodox which
Church was
Mark the middle of the applied with a small brush. very timely, due to the Historic Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Gordon 1 J t ,
each hole with a dowel.! Let Potash and cotton seed meal meeting of the Pope and have recently moved to Winter r
stand three or four months. may be added now and 688 Haven from their former
Patriarch In Jerusalem. This
Then plant rose bushes threeor or one with lots of organic was the first such meeting home in Birmingham, Ala. ,
four feet apart and leave fertilizer. Mulching in warm
In 900 between the
the bud union three inches weather adds humus to the years Melissa, Ellsworth and Andrew
Catholic and Eastern Orthodox
above the ground. soil and protects the rose feed Ireland Jr., children of M'd
The Rosarlan said For- er roots and keeps the weeds Churches, who ergs that Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Ireland '

tunlana or double white Cherokee down, the speaker continued. all churches seek unity. are all patients in the f a4 lr
A Mission Study will be
WOMENS understock Is best for Oak leaves and grass clip held January 14th and 16th Winter Haven Hospital 0 4k

Florida. The second best un pings are good, as are pecan
at the First Christian Church,
and Mrs. Walter F.
der stock Is Dr Hueys. shells. Mr.
Soil should be kept moist Mrs. Kirby stated that one and at the Beymer Methodist Farris and family are now
FAMOUSMAKE Church on the 21st and their home in Winter
at all time and watering person can take care of making
23rd. This Is a cooperative They formerly resided -
Haven
ahould be done by a soaking twelve rose bushes each
study between the two churches in Jacksonville.
hose. Fertilizing k.
or spaying we<<
and Is invited to
should not be done unless the Colored movies were shown everyone
attend.
soil Is moist. on budding planting
proper
The W. S. C. S. Luncheonand
Roses are dormant duringthe methods, spraying, and the Business meeting will PLANT r
months of December cutting of blooms. Mrs. Kirby
r y
be January 27th, and Miss
through February.Pest also allowed time for a
Barber, director of the Wolff DormantTrees
Control question and answer period.
Settlement In Tampa, Is scheduled -
The speaker cautioned her The speaker was presentedby
to speak.Mrs. .
listeners not to confuse fungus Mrs. John P. Adams, who NOW!
Cline Clary was welcomed
Infection with Insecticides was assisted In hostess duties
as a visitor and members
Black Is by Mrs. E. E. Adams and
spot fungus
a attending in addition to Wl HAVI *0 VARinilS :,T +
Infection. Insecticides should Mrs. Robert A. Adams.
the above mentioned were 10 CHOOSI PROM .. 'r r+' ?a
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Southerners Praise, Slam Ginn SeekingContinued I Board Adjourns After :3 .Hour Morning SessionContinued Democrats Seek Robert Kennedy

( From Pig One) I ( From Page One) said he did not think the Co.I .- ed through a letter read by (Continued From Page One) (Continued From Page oDe)

Of manager and inventory and investment the home across the street, she tello lessons would depreciate Ritter, who aald he nw no commodity support programs, poll of Democratic county chair
State Union Message control manager for said I had property values. "I do wish we changes In the neighborhoodthat and also would outline specialsteps men In which h. wn rated a
the firm There were no protests, but I more people like the Coatellos would justify a fifferent to combat rural poverty. dote second to Sen. Hubert
By t'nlted Press International hit of world leader. In July or August 1M1, the to guide our young Humphrey D.
measure Moving to Polk County to 1930, folks. decision thin the earlier one The general Democratic reic I Minn., Ill preferences
was notified by the that
Southern reaction to Preii ship ." Sparkman said "It he organized Junior Fashions the could no longer teach city there.A I Frederick laid that when he by the board. He la a neigh Won to Johnson Stale of the Domination.lor tile viet presidential

dent Johnson1 St. t e of the wii a remarkable and most Inc. which operates Clnn'i year later the ordinance giving I heard that Ritter had broughtsuit boo I Union address was that It was Hi Hid he

Union m e 1111 e was mixed. hopeful statement on foreign Junior Fashions in Winter Hi authority to conduct such against the Coslellos "I Harold Irby. a realtor, said great Republican called It apolitical county chairmen was pleased thought th.tthl

There wit almost unanimous policy." ven and Lakeland and which classes was pissed by the city wit nonplused I've never land values will decline when document and wondered well of him, but Indicated he
known
commission, but the did not to this diy what wit in
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condemnation of his civil rights Alabimt'i other senator LIs he serves ti president His t teach in the pool became of the hit mind." He pointed out the there it reiomng., spot toning how Johnson proposed to was miking no bid to let oo
stand but tax-cut foes appeared ter Hill, called the mesng wife, the former Dorothy Bil. cost of meeting requirements lessons were only two or three or commercial zoning. "It la do to much more In to many the ticket
somewhat mollified by bit eon "strong and timely" but said he ley of Douglas Ci, Is executive I of the ordinance. They had I months a year end only during my opinion that any time property fields and at the lime time cut Asked. about report that hit
phuli on economy. could not agree with the sectio I started on the work needed lor the day He wit liked by Kingif toning changes" the "al. I the federal budget brother In-law, Sirgent Shriver
Even those who disagreed vice-president and secretary net ire affected. Ritter point. It being boomed
this purpose, however, and Mri. Costello was qualified. Johnson old for the Democratic
with him on these two Import. on civil rights. The stores staffed by ed out that Irby hat been appraising an congressional vice
ire have spent about $600 of the "No one In the whole community hand who presidential nomination
ant domestic Issues praised the Georgla'i Herman Talmadg local personnel in etch town $2,000 to $3,000 it is expected Is ai qualified for this service property zinc 1MT.Mrt. history ai the may Senate go down leader In Kennedy said:
new President for hit itatement said he was convinced that to cost u the Costelloi he said, Frank Boyd rep .pnt. "I tan understand why bt
on foreign policy "America can grow and pros A member of the army relervei She described the Immediate I and asked if the service was Ing the Citizen League, Hid best at having gotten things would be a popular choice and
Most Southern Democrats In per and work toward peace for twelve years, Ginn area which Includes Rotary needed he md: "Needed? Are the reiomng of the Costello property done, was up to hit top form think be It a very able figure
Washington aimed their com without spending itself deeper wit discharged with the rank Park which has many activities -I you Joking? I know it't need "would set a precedent. in his appeal to Congress to act who did one of the outstanding
mentt at Johnson's foreign: policy and deeper Into the hole, and I of major Ht was on active including Little League, ed." She said residential areas "aped and act fast. jobs In the adminlitraUoa of
ititemnti and his emphasison commend President Johnson for duty for four yean during model airplane flying, and Others appearing for the protection" from toning ihifti. "All this and more cm and President Kennedy in hla role
frugality, preferring to re- his efforts to prove it." World War II, serving most of "prlviti art lessons," all in a Costelloi included Mrs. Miry The purpose of the board of must be done," he said "It can it director ot the Peace Corps
main silent on the civil right Son Albert Gore of Tennessee this time in the Armored In. restricted residential tone She Spencer who took lesions from ,I adjustment "it to prevent the I be done by this summer" I think he certainly would be
and tax cut Issues on which a Finance Committee mem Pantry While in Europe with contrasted some of the park Mrs Costello; Newell J, Griffith : decline la value of residential well qualified for that Job (rice
they could not agree with their ber and foe of tax cuts, praised the Eighth Amored Division, he activities with! her swimming who slid the Costelloi I property," she maintained, and president"
party chief. I Johnson's "many worthwhile] participated in three campaignsand lesions, where classes are limited "hivi tried to carry out the said "we art In danger of hi- 5 MembersContinued But, Kennedy, added "It 'J.up /ji
Sen. John Sparkman of Alabama I, programs," but said he was put was awarded the Combat to 10, are mostly given teaching of swimming and wat ung our prime residential to the tint man on the ticketto
Hid he was "particularly lied about how these could be Infantry Medal and the Bronze in the morning, and never on er safety definitely a ser I areas." ( From Page One) select who It going to ftm
Impressed" with the President' accomplished with a tax cut Star Medal Upon cessation of Saturday and Sundiyi. vice to the community;" Mr. Attorney for both aides turn- told the stockholders the Ex- for rice preildent. ,-
foreign policy Hand which Sen. Harry Byrd of Virginia, hostilities he wii appointed to During the three yean the Bernadine Spanjers, whose med up with pleas for their change National Bank closed At for hit own future, Kennedy
should be "clearly understand. chairman of the Finance Com the job of "lAral Officer of give lessons In the pool there! children ill learned to swim stand Crittenden liked: Why 1963 with the highest total yeir- laid he might slay on for
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able to anyone" rnXtee and longtime support the 'bIrd"U.-S. Army ;i the; were no complaints. The area through Mrs Costello' teaching go to court with this mitterf" end figures In Its 54 year his mother term In the cabinet, he
"Preildent Johnson proved of balanced budgets, said of staff of the late General GeorgeS it partially screened, there It ; Mri. Evans, who livesn King emphasized that "the Ion. tory. Resoursei were $3.733,720- could run for tome elective rf-
Johnson'i spending plans: Patton where he served un ample parking, and the hid ear b y and "never heard Ing map of Winter haven will .74 greater than the total for lice In Massachusetts, he could
"I congratulate the President til 1946. been told she said that her noise" and whose renters "said not be changed." 19fz.! go into teaching or he cduld
Central School on hit estimated reduction In Since moving to Polk County lessons "were not even ti noisy they enjoyed Just sitting and I' He also dated deposits during enter business
federal expenditures and deiiciti. witching her teach"; Mrs. T. CRIED WOLF TOO I 19(3( Increased to J31.X34- he
(Continued From Page One) Ginn the father of four children ii people just swimming OFTEN But said his primary interest -
Hit references to cutting former member 19(177( an Increase of $3S25n2o-
bn served nine She ind her husband, Thomas L. Smith a still was public servic*.
board was unanimous In agreeing waste and have yeiriII board of adjustment who CRANDOLA. Portugal (Uri) 00 over the previous year Thebank'
extravagance a registered l Boy Scout hive taught about 600 people of the -Antonio I If he does decide to leave 'gIn"ernment
that it hid since reach. PomlnRues, 42, a lo- capita)
long I ttrurture on
been impressive. said there was no noise sad
worker j in various PO-itlo ; mostly youngsters how service he uH, 'I'm'
ed the end of Its usefulness to Many Dixie political leader leadership, Including Cub of to swim including the two Rit "we need the facility"; Mri. cal ride eccentric threatened Dec 31, 1963 was $1.81028520. lure I will return to it lome-
the school district thought the addreu stamped of master ter children one of whom, W. W. Cottrell, who thought: 10 often that villagers .UI'I Clipp expressed his sincere time In the future .
of
Dane Lofgren, fiscal director Johnson with the same objectlonil one the county'slargest tello said went on into Co..t teaching swimming woe akin no attention Wednesday appreciation for the cooperation
of the Polk County school Cub Scout Pack He he bought a coffin put and loyalty received from the
Robert
liberal label ai hit prede life living corps. Costello, who to teaching music; Mrt
system produced some historyto cessor. The loudest protest predictably was secretary of one of the followed his wife n a witness, Hauptmin nearby resident, money for burial feel board of directors the bink'i WESTERNIZINGMnSCOW
show the long struggle the came from Republilicani. first Dtd'i Clubs formed In the said that they had taught children who laid th.reI'll "never my promised to fire a firecracker I staff and from all customers (UPI) A sign cf
board hn had in getting rid of county to support school libletle "related to recent' noise from the Coslellos; the before killing himself. and friends of the bank i western Influence: you call now
activites and for fourteen every A few hours later Dominguei Over Sft total I dial 100 to the correct timeIn
the building Mississippi! Republican Chairman commissioner but one," and he noise It from the pirk" per cent of the get
The school board first order. Wirt Yerger called the years, has been active in Par named them: Mrs. Virginia Ritter wii the first witness wit found dead on the floor of I stock of the Exchange National Moscow, If you dial OS you
ed Central School vacated In message a "blueprint for socialism" l. ent-Teacher Association work, Foley Miller Tom Turnbull J. for hit side He was not, be his! home between the coffin Bank wit represented at the will receive information on the
1949 when Bright Elementary and added: serving In various offices. He D. Hill Hughes Steele ill now Slid, the only one who mike and the firecracker I dud. meeting. | latent movie offering,
School was built. But it "Anybody who bid say ii a member of The American commissioners and former objection to the granting of this
didn't work-classes went on doubts about Johnson's being a Legion, Rotary Club, Winter Commissioners William Lawless permit. lie noted that M.
for one reason or another, prlncipilly liberal ihould have hid them Haven Chamber of Commerce, and Willard Frederick Leonard Hosley, nearby res Pedro
because of the population resolved. President Johnson be Winter Haven Downtown Council R, W. McKibben, a real dent, objected at the 1961 hear. I
txploilon. Ian hit speech with civil right Dixieland P.T.A., Southwest estate broker who formerly GranthamAffillitU
Then a few years liter when and ended it with civil righti Junior High P. T. A., and Lakeland lived in the Costello'i area, Ing.Dr.. Ronald McKinnli objec
the present Winter Haven Sen Verger'i counterpart in the Senior High P. T, A. He
for School built the ii a past president of the Lakeland
High wii Democratic party Bid w 11 l l
.building wit to be abandoned Adam saw the civil rights is. Downtown Merchant Association. New York Stock Report
again. But classes went on. sue ti the overriding factor, ( Food Stove .
Then when. Westwood Junior A deacon in The First Rap I
Rlgh School was built the board tist Church of Lakeland he also NEW YORK (UPI) Midday Lockheed 3644
laid in effect this was definitely Goldwater Says teaches a Sunday School stock prices: Lorillard 45K Famous For Top Quality Foods & PertonaUztd Service
Class of aixteen- and Louisville I & Nuhvllle 93N
It-the end of the line for Central year boys Alabama Gas 35'4

i (Continued From Pige One) serves 11 a member of thepersonnel American CaD t4.- MerckAmericas So 1 with Ovtr Buy Wholesale Iowa Corn Fed Beef For Your Freezer
Middle Utll
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But It wain't Soon there were committee. Hi wit
,: Kennedy budget rather thin the Hardware 44"6" 400 Oth.p lt.rll I*
adult education classes under formerly chairman of the Monllnto. 13
320 3rd St. N.W. Phone CY 3.1566
then the practical nursing figures actually authorized by church finance committee and American Motors 18'4 Mont Ward 34'16' rlne 'eu -
iway.I Mirehandiu
program wit launched and Its Congress. This Congress li truly. 11 l currently a member of the American Sugar 24 Nat Gypsum 47'16' Quality for L.i.. .
clanei were established in the economy minded. This administration Board of Director of the Lake American T&.r 140'16' Paramount Pict 57% FREE PARKING
bunding.if I li not," he said. land unit of the Salvation Army. American Tobacco 28" Penney 4514 ..
When It was told to Leis and Goldwater i a 1 d President In making hit announcement, Anaconda 46Th Penn RR 28. J ,}
toela. the practical nursing I Johnson implied in bit State of Gina stated: > !chases were moved to the former the Union message "thit we are elected officials md the people i Babcock Ie Wilcox 55% Philip Morris T5'Bendix '
elementary building in south- deliberately' going fo cut down they employ should remember Corp. &0'16' Phillips Pet .9 Qualm
beet Winter Haven. on military strength because that their first and foremost Bethlehem Steel 34 Republic Steel U% i' .
And the board thought Cen the Communists might regard I Iti It duty Is to serve the public inan Boeing 3744 Reynolds Tab 4244 ,
hal was done it far ai the provocative if we are too impartial, sincere honest, Borden 115'16' Seaboard Air LIne U.. fed,'. fMtvrts nflir .,,ey .( yeee fmerite knee teed. tint. ..... everfmMl
ichool system was concerned. itrong." and dedicated manner. They Briggs Mfg. 1\4 Sears Roebuck 17'16' t..N 5 ,.."r ewes Ai ...ry.M kit*.i, Anility m.kn the .tllftatme fr ..tural flow ....
Until yesterday, when they "The only.way Te have ever should always be courteous, Burlington Ind. 43'16' Sincl.1r 4444 ....__ A4 ,.... '. Chet. femeea fedre. eon p.ewaeliad. .."....
;leaned that it was still being halted Communist aggression Is pleasant helpful and willing Chesapeake & Ohio 7044 Socony Mobil 69th
( Died for itorige.I by letting them know we are to assist in my way possible Chrysler 84.- Southern Co. 58'4 :
And the board members strong enough to handle them with the business mitten, Cities Service 834 Sou Nat Gas 52 CHOICE
{weren't quite certain in their come what may. I don't think problems or questions brought Cora.Cola U3'4 Southern Railway 112%
minds yesterday that all was our great military strength' to them. Colgate 40% Sperry 214k Fresh IowaPork Sioux Bet
fever for Central They don't should be trimmed just to mike "The office of Polk County Cone Mills 14'1 Standard Oil (NJ) 71 Clover Honey ,21i:: 69c
I'dare: to be until the last brick I IJ Khrushchev and Mao Tsetung Tax Collector li an important Continental Can 44'16' Studebaker 7 Loin 49' ,,
J lit lone feel better" Goldwater said. I one and should be filled by a Curti.Wrllht 18'16' Sunray DX 3345Douglas Blue LobelKaro
Rib Half . Ib.
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and technical
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j field)years of experience In a broad Eastman Kodak UtI'4 U. S. Pipe 121 19th Of. . . .lb. Juice 2 ". 59c
of administrative work,
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sales and purchasing, and community Se ::
'General Motora I Fresh Grade A Georgia
service, I am well 79'11 W.lwortb Co 71.ii | i Pilltbury'i PlainFLOUR
PORTRAITby qualified in ill respects.I Gen Telephone 32 Warner Bro. Pie 14c
also believe that all who Georgia Pacific 537 Western Union 330
know me will recommend me Goodrich 52.. Westinghouse AB loth I ( !
ti a person of integrity, dependability Goodyear 41. Westinghouse EL 83c
Quality Portraits fairness, and honisty. Gulf Oil tic Woodward ron 28'4
Between now and the Indian Head 151i1 Woolworth 75\4
May primary, I will leek the Intl Harv, 59th _
support of every citizen of the Interchem Corp 37 FLORIDA STOCKS I 5 LBS.39 ? !

county who considers these Intl Nickel 119. Here are the I pm, clo.lnl' '

qualities office to and be Important confident In In Johss-Manville. T&T 56 52'11' on Florida stocks II reported '_ CUT E Limit I with f i.00 .r mr ,.... ..., '*
$1 public am by Francis 1. duPont Ie Co.1
hat the voters will find me tobe Kennecott 77'16' Air Control Products ll1l.ii (IIIII
the candidate best qualified Koppers 41.. Tampa Electric 51.ii UP 20cKraft's
', plus salt re* to hold the office of Tax Collector I Kroger Co. 29 Florida Telephone 5'4 New Fresh 2 A9.c

of Polk County" Llnett Ie Myers 7111\ Plant Industries 2.- FREE Mints .. .. II. :

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rbei for adults and $1M for students. t". '" !
w / Wildlife Film Will be Shown /' ', I Northern Plants
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Patron season tickets in a Sought By Stale
The 1964 series of Audubon I I reserved seat section at $7 provide ,
Nature Theater presentations additional support for wildlife TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The

will begin next Thursday, Jan. : film programs in the ;, Development Commission has
16, when Howard L. Orlana of schools. Anyone who wishes to I scheduled a second tour of the
state Jan. 20 to sell Northern
make reservation for
Madison, WI bring* his unusual I season
all.color film, "The Land P ticket by phone may call the industries on Florida a* I site
the Glacier Forgot" to the I Audubon Headquarter at 21791. for their plants
w
Lake Wales High School Auditorium ( Ticket may also be obtained s Chairman Wendell Jarrard
at S p.mOrians at the Lake Wale Public I aid the second tour was prompt
film capture the wild. t I Library and from member ted by the success of last year's'tour
.... life and geology of an area of the Ridge Audubon Society I which he laid resulted indefinite
which, strangely, the glacier commitment for newplant
B bypassed lie shows In action which sponsor the series. I I tss .
in their native habitat otter, Individual admissions will be I I He 1de'tour will bring<< is .
deer, beaver, bear, foxes, por available for next week's program Industrialists to Florida from '
eupines and many species of at ft for adult and New York, New Jersey and
by birds. Boston. They will look over proposed .
50 cents for student both at
sup| Season tickets for the Audu HOME ON LEAVE site in 11 area of the
bon Nature Theater the Aububon Headquarters, the state.
ell aerie of Y Boyd King Pope, en Army
III five program by the nation' Library and at the auditorium specialist stationed l In
I top naturalist and wild life door. France for the two HARMFUL: TO CHILDREN
past
;r photographer This la the third the VIENNA (UPI-New) Vienna
Ul are available at I year t Is leaveat
-- --- years spending a law forbade all
tic the Audubon Headquarter at Ridge Audubon Society has city today chile
by Stuart Ave. and First St., in HOWARD L. ORIANSweekday sponsored the outstanding wild. his home, 981 Spirit dren under six year of age ,
Ri the Walesbilt Hotel. The headquarters I life film series in Lake Wale Lake Road. He will returnto from teeing any movie on the
ill I i. open from 10 a.m. except Wednesday afternoon and it has drawn many people France for further duty ground that all movie are "
to 12 and 2 to 4 pm. every Season tickets are $C from neighboring communities. on Jan. 14. harmful for children.

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FIRST PASSENGER PLANE-A replica of this 1914 Benoist Airboat will duplicatethe
lbys run of the first scheduled airline route between St. Petersburg and Temp Saturday
morning. Capt. Dick Merrill will fly the airboat es the 60th anniversary of the historic
w flight I I. observed. See story, Page 17.
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IIel motel or hotel room. She has
Mrs. Oswald Convinced moved several times, taking .
Rschael, 2 month, and June, --
You with these Discount
who Is nearly 2 yean old, with can save Big Money Big

Husband Killed JFK her often She cried watches when television the face and of s Savings. Our Christmas Business was> so

Jacqueline the screen.Donations Kennedy. appearedon C Tremendous that our Stock was reduced consid-
DALLAS (UPI) Mr*. Lee "He had become more
d 7d Harvey: Oswald, convinced her moody" Martin laid, "more have come In for
and Size
husband; shot President Kennedy unhappy." the family, totaling about 825,- erably consequently our Ranges are
000. The Southern Baptist Con-
1 .today prepared for the task Mr*. Marina Oswald, in contrast .
vention has urged it* member incomplete. Now our loss is gain. That'srighi
of burning deeper the assassin wag fond of the new coun your
t bread on the man aha loved. try. She wa forbidden by her to lend her money
Marina Oawald consented to husband to learn English. She some of this Merchandise is reduced to
I appear before the Warren Com now practices the new language ReapportionmentAsked ,
mission. She war expected to but words come hard. \ .ccI'(
ten:She federal panel she believe She hopes to become I citizen Of LWV Less than Our Cost so that we may begin to fill ,
I her husband killed Ken. of the United State.
t nedy.,wounded Texas Gov, John The widow told Martin that ORLANDO (UPI-The president in stock with Lines.
I Connelly on Nov. 22 and earlier she bad no ill will toward any of the Florida League of our Spring J
fired sniper's bullet at formerMa one, including her husband' Women Voter laid Wednesdaythat .
). Gen. Edwin A. Walker. Jack
layer Ruby. She said she member will be asked to
After this testimony: expected would not sue either the city of
behind closed door this month, Dallas or Ruby."I back a new reapportionmentplan
HURRY SIZES ARE INCOMPLETE AND THESELECTIONVILLBEGONEEARLYI.
the 22 year-old Russian-born guess the would have I for the Slate Legislature
woman will atari building! anew valid suit against Jack Ruby worked out by delegates!: from .
life in I strange land for for wrongful death," Martin around the date
herself and the couple' two laid. Mra. Cyril Smith of Miami
young daughter, Mr*. Oswald, who has visited said the plan provide for I
James H. Martin, I business her husband' unmarked grave Senate membership of from 33 !
adviser of the attractive moth. three times since his burial to 39 and a House membershipof
er, said Wednesday the widow No(. 25 at Fort ,Worth has up to about 120.
was convinced by evidrtee bee* tender guard by Secret .t Under the proposal the secretary '\
against her pro-Marxlst busband. Service agents since Oswaldwar of state would have the \ \
1 It wa made believableby arrested She asked for the responsibility of enforcing a requirement -
an ugly transformation she protection, but Martin said she for automatic reapportionment Men's Men' ladies ladies Men'
taw in Oswald, Martin said, after war free to move as abe every 10 years
the defector to Russia returned pleased I based on the latest federal census Slim Pants Shorts and Dress Dress Shir: j j
to the United Statea. He time 1* spent in a secret Nylon Hose

Zipper Pockets Shirts Reg 6.99 2.99 Value :

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Gorda I Rising Crowds Taxing end.been Wooden cut up for picnic fire tables wood hasp sad

Tranquil Virgin fences have been cut These

I I are Just a few Instancei of the
I kind of treatment many landowners -
I have received in retvr!

Becomes Bay ResortAncient i I Recreation Facilities ,; for property letting the public use their ow.!

I Industry also is fearful of ffs
copper mines dating, Virgin Gorda's southeastern I By JACK MfCOWV !forest lands, without stopping to! liability for injury or death tffaj
from the dayof the Spanish I cliffs. The Spanish are believedto If Florida's Citizens and tourists think about the msny problemsthat I may accidentally befall th,,"
Main the famous grottoes of.. have settled at this arid sea continue to seek the outdoors such use presents the owners II using< Its lands The Florida
tion and erected a Copperminewhich .
However, it should be em- Legislature recently passed I
"The Baths", and English for relaxation and ne.nltlon
an ,
worked until 1504.
they phaslred that the use of land landowner liability law which
history that stretches back for From the site of the dumps, }' as they have during the owned by others la a privilege ,I grants Immunity from legal action -
almost 300 year distinguish a geologists Judge more than 10,- ,' past three or four years, our and not God-Given right to landowners who provide
000 tons of ore was mined, in beaches parks and forests soon I
sprawling/ mountainous island Industrial( owners have a good recreation areas for the pub1'f.(!
out at the edge of the Leeward two or possibly three periods r L5 will. be crowded beyond rapacity deal to lose and very little to However, the law does not apply -
Islands which is being rediscovered A trained eye can still detect I I I Rain by letting the public use I where fees are charted and
traces of antra cite ore on the I Despite efforts to develop new I
I their lands Experience has there Is some question si to the
Tranquil Virgin Cords, only shore; the Spanish probablybrought I facilities within existing public lemonstnted' the great dentnie- extent of landowner protectionon
it over to use in the parks and forests. it seems that
24 air miles from busy St. 4d w tive potential of the relatively large areas that are open
whose well deal of future outdoor ,
smelter, -preserved I a great
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Thomas, has remained remote .. few but highly dangerous careless to the public.
remains suggest that it was k w I recreation will have to take
from the Caribbean traveler and malicious elements of
Generally speaking, hunting,
Evidently the lands
never operated. place on private .
until this winter's opening of the recreation seeking public.
copper ore was mined and then' I Farmers and others owning fishing, picnicking, hiking I ,
the Little Dix Bay resort, first Investments of 50 dollars or camping' and other outdoor activities
taken for smelting. land situated near large
away popu
the island and first major more for site
on per acre preparation if done with thought and
resort development in the Brit Those romanticized highwaymen FLORIDA SNOWBOUND-The Florida sift at the New York World's Fair 'looks a lation renters have an opportunity and planting are common care for the of
tish Virgin Islands. It is still of the high seas the bit chilling these days, with several inches of snow coating everything Upper 'left, behind to establish pknlc, areas., today throughout most Indus- owner, do not Interfere property seriously the...
some three hours by boat from buccaneers and freebooters the completed Citrus Tower, is $exhibition hall, closing in to protect the workers hunting preserves and other facilities campgrounds I trial forest holdings These Investment with timber production. In,"'
. > St. Thomas and an hour or so who rendezvoued In the rocky stadium can be wiped out In
Island inlets and hidden bays and lagoons from the Flushing breezes. At right is the porpoise and pool l, 25-foot stanchionsin open to public use on a fee dustrial owners and firmert.-
from where Tortola taxi and service Beef is avail- 'I have left their traces place to support a nylon orange and white cover The two floating exhibit buildings basis However such develop a matter started of minutes by a carelessly would object less if the public ,

able from air St Thomas, San in the names of the neighboring are shown on Meadow Lake in background They'll be 250 feet apart when the fair ment probably will be slow, and fire. would shoulder the responsibility .
' Juan, or Antigua. But now island. Dead Chest Prick. opens, connected by a "Bridge to the Kays. will not completely bridge<< the The possibility of vsndsllsmIs for cleaning up their wn' .
Fallen Jerusalem, between the demand and another factor which causes mess and looking out for thtfVisfety .
visitors will have a place to ley Pear, I -- gap
Industry to hesitate to
lay, and the resort develop- Beef Island and Rum Islandare northern half and a small sec the available public facilities open of the property they iwffA
lands for public Often holes
Phone Service Rebates Asked use. little extra effort in this regard '
ment has been designed to provide far from virginal names; Under the circumstances, the
tion at the south tip some have ddiberatcly been shot surely Is not too much to
facilities with as little disturbance they signify instead the names public will have to turn to Industry
as possible to the I.- I which might come from pirates 60% altogether is government I TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The telephones out of order at a for land and water fur'hunting 'I through radiators and tires of ask in return for the privilege

land's peaceful charm and of the Spanish Main. The caves I owned. The central portion I Public Utilities Commission took given time in a given area. II fishing ramping<<, and left tractors in the and woods other equipment the werk I,of using, someone eliei prop-
great natural beauty. This Island of Norman Island are well be- rises to 1359 feet at Virgin under advisement Wednesday Cleary said under present other recreational pursuits. over erty
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is noted for its perfect lieved to have inspired Robert Gorda peak, the highest moun- I ; Dr K. R. Swinford Professor
yesr.round climate and outstanding Louis Stevenson and his line request by the Manatee County commission rules, companies of Forest Management with For BUILDING MATERIAL Cll CY 3.3139
beaches. about fifteen men and a bottle tain. I Commission to require General are required to refund to individual I the University of Florida's

Columbus discovered Virgin of rum probably came from an The Island's natural recreational Telephone Co. to give subscribers subscribers charges paid School of Forestry, points out .... .
'I'j!j Cords first, in 1493 Most historians account of a West Indian tripIn facilities are ideally suited I rebates when telephones In for days when their phones are !!that many of our large landowners -
that the Virgin which the author called have kept their lands
agree to swimming, sailing, fishing I
an area are out of order out of service But he said there I
+ Islands, a part of Die Lesser Dead Chest the island of "DeadMans and snorkeling Skin divers and I I open for free public use for
in Chest"Of I County Attorney Kenneth W. was no rule to require general
divided ownership recreational
Antilles now I. purposes. m
explorers especially 'I
are
between the United States the 41 British Virgin Islands nated by an area of fllrl-I' Cleary said the rebate should rebates for other telephones Many people : aonn grantedthe Bagwell Building Supply P'\
and Great Britain, were sighted only 13 are inhabitedand gigantic granite boulders at the I be based on the percentage of i 1 being out of order. i I I uninhibited :
They all virtually undeveloped -- --- --- ---- --
::2 on his second voyage. are southern end of the Island
< say Columbus saw the tropical Tortola, the capital, was called "The Baths", Here a
Ursula's annexed to the British Empire
green islands on St and
geological( phenomena sa
Day and named them In honor (in 1672 and a few years later
has created hid-
of that Danish princess and her s number of English plantersand shore erosion During Our Big
den caves and grottoes at thewater's Want The
11,000 virgins who marched to I their families. settled on edge!: beneath toweringboulders. Very
martyrdom. I Virgin Gords. The populationnow .
l Some believe the islands is only some 600 personsbut BUY NOW FRIGIDAIRESales
were named by Sir Francis sa 1S22 account lists a population I
Drake in honor of his Virgin of some 8,000 It had Best Value?
Mathews
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Queen, Elizabeth. It is known been developed as agricultural
that Drake made an expedition estates, the principal crop being DebatesORLANDO
r against Santo Domingo in 1330, cotton, plus some sugar and Planned
a, and kept his "/ships ',harbored indigo, and the economy was
the islands in what is largely dependent upon slave (UPH-SfU John
now among called Sir Francis Drake labor. With the abolition of Mathews said Wednesday night WHATEVER YOU NEED WHATEVER YOU WANT TO PAY .
a Channel. Virgin Gorda itself, slavery in the British Virgin he didn't think it would be
however, seems to have gottenits Islands IB the early 19th cen- advisable for Democratic and
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; name from its hilly terrain tury, the estates were abandoned GOP gubernatorial candidates
resembling a full.bodied wo by the landowners and to debate campaign issues until -
man lying em her back in the for the most part taken over after the Democratic primaries
blue water. by their former laborers and The Jacksonville senator made -
Whatever name Spanish sailors their descendants It has beenan the statement In reply to s request
used for the Wand It agrarian, small farm sods by Republican gubernatorial ;
gained new meaning when they ty sines. candidate Ken Folks of Or. NEW! Thrifty Family
spotted rich deposits of grace Virgin Gords, the "Fat VIr- lando to Join the proposed debates
verdigris the first clue to gin", cover. an area of 81 between Democratic hope U
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w All Bound Box urer.Anlitant The purchase Secretary tee Ia Tr.d II..- I Horne Named Heart. Chairman I Kentucky Will Dumped Piano -Quotes From The News- I

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Restore
two affiliate companies of the Town
old All Bound holding including Mallory E. Home of Talla- While lilt ,ur'. Heart Fund WASHINGTON President without any signifIcant Interup
In Auburndale the Springfield S. basses, Speaker of the Florida Campaign In Florida produced WASHINGTON (UPI) The : Foils SleepLONDON 1 Johnson, appealing to Congreai tlon of the Inititution'i educational
C. plant and the Central Container nearly $800.000 Home pointedout Area Redevelopment Adminli-
"
House of has
Representatives, his ambitious -
:1 to act swiftly upon program.
Corp. of Gainesville, that he hopes to Flor.
accepted appointment ai 1964! see tration (AltA) la going to help : Ifglalativa program:
: Ga. chairman of the Florida Heart! ida greatly exceed this total the state of Kentucky restore (UPI) It wasn't and
All this and more can CHICAGO Charles
Changes HandsFlorida la addition to fruit and In 1904, since the immense problem I 0. Fin-
I vegetable container, the firm Fund Campaign it was announced of hurt disease In this the town of Shikertown ai a I the piano it was the plamiti must be done. It can be done ley expreialng confidence that
will produce boxes for fresh- today by Dr. Henry country requires an all-out ef tourist attraction to help com Somebody who wanted to get by this summer" the required seven of 10 AmerU
:All Bound Box Co., killed poultry and wire.bound pre.ldeat.Horae R Cooper. of Ft Lauderdale, fort In research and education bat unemployment I rid of an old upright piano just I can League club owner would
induitrial boxes, Henson laid.Ai He pointed out that more than I dropped It on a North London AUBURN Ala. AuburaUnlver.lt authorize him to move his
cf Auburndale'f mijoram K, establishedin
eat will' bead the itate- Shakertown .
long time residents of 50 per cent of all deaths result street Wednesday night And President Dr. Ralph athletics franchise from Kanin
.long established Indus* wide campaign in February to 1809 and occupied until 1tl0, i commenting on the
the area, Mr. and Hra. Hen. from one of the many passersby couldn't resist stopping Draughon, City to Louisville:
B trio, 'went under new owner- ion are active In Masonic raise Auociation'i funds .to support the Heart forma of heart disease In addition was formerly the born of the to bang out a tune. peaceful integration of the "I haven't the alighteit doubt
hip *i of Jaa. 1, it wn circle and Mri. Henion 1.a ii program of rte i to this staggering death religious and political sect Flrit It wn a bus conductor school with the enrollment of they'll approve the transfer
i announced yesterday.Purcbasers golfer of itatawide repute search into the causes of the toll, mlllioni of Americans of known ai the "Shaken." going borne," one sleepless resIdent Negro Harold Alonxo Franklin: rOOT
'mere C. H. purchasing many formi of heart disease, all nearby reported. "Then "It la with genuine pride that -rIlED KIDNEYS
bo They are a ages are Incapacitated annually
by Henson, W. G. Talley and G. home on Lake Elbert in Win and of bringing the retulti of with a consequent eco. The AKA said Wednesday It two glrli. The latest were three I. .offer my sincere appreciation YOU DOWN. Make the
nay| H. Talley Jr., all of whom ter Hiven. research. to physicians and the nomic Ion to families, com will make a $2 million loan for lada I telephoned Scotland to our students to our faculty kid.aUK..IT'". a e.ntl.lift 4." ate with toot BUKITS GI..
ell have lone backgrounds in the All Bound was eatabl shed public.An munltles and businesses the reiteration Job with the Yard but the yard didn't seem and staff members and to will..balanoad, formula Hale. .n

Ill crate and veneer business here more than a quarter of World Air War Force II, lie Pilot has during been state contributing ':u,h_. me to think it was an emergency" all those who have worked with I .rid.ttlll,arts lip nlenti wait, that scanty may,I..aura....,
'
both In Florid and la The at latest the .
I a century ago and baa been piano report the university over put burning ackacha lee palm. If
AKA said the would
a member of the Florida Home Actress WinsAnnulment I project ereate -
atlll there, being tinkled federal lot pleated, your age bank
Ul Ceorfia.Hrnmn one of the city'i major induitriei was few days to lee that a I ? any
tic 'who has been since that time. of Repreientativea since 1953.: 289 new job la the area. away. court order was carried out sore drug DRUG stop TODAY CO. at ANOtR.!
lie bit served ai chairman of
rimed president of the new I
by Ri organization, said plane lor the Conatitution Amendment LOS ANGELES (UPI Ac- More Foreigners Johnson
expansion of the Auburndalt Child ProdigyTo and the Rules and Calendar Okays
ill Committee. Recently be received treat Eileen O'Neill Wednesdaywon
operation arc in the making Visit U. S.WASHIVGTON
with an added production line Appear In the St. Petersburg Time an annulment from movie Foreign Medals
de award aa the Most OutstandIng Adams Building Materials
FJ expected of to weekiThe be added. withina Tampa ConcertA Home Member during the producer William D. Holmes, (UPI-A total WASHINGTON (UPD-Presi-
m matter of the leG3 legislative session. He is saying be preferred big game of 60.723 foreigner visited the dent Johnson Issued an executive
force majority of than prelt'nt'Work 30 Lakeland child prodigy, 7.earold a member of the Tallahassee hunting to her. United State during the 11- order Wednesday permitting 1807 7th street S.W.
tll year.round employee more will remain Ingeborg Ittlinger will law firm of Home Rhode and I The actress told the court month period ending last No. members of the U.s. ,
with the firm, which play a Mozart aonata and Alfredo Lamb. He has also been prei that Holmes took her on a vember It per cent more armed forces to accept United CY 3.1102
ident of the Florida Junior Bar than the comparable period for Nation medals and service rib-
will continue to be known at Antooinl! will preview selections .1 three-month honeymoon to hunt bone
111t Association and the Tallahassee 1962! the Commerce Department awarded them by the
the Florida All Bound Box to be played in the Exchange Club. tigers In India. laid Wednesday, world organiiation
Co., Henion announced.
1e.V .
Jan. 16 IT Tampa Philharmonic
The new president returns
Orcheatra concert Saturdayat
41I to the company that he served. 1:30: p.m. on Channel 13. Legal Advertising
ai manager during the mid19401.
Since then he hit been This Ii the third In a series
Stb for the of "Concert Preview" p r ogram. Notice T. Crrdltore lla.11I Calq
general
manager IN THT
.. tot HTT It"Dor.ICUliaT !
Highlan Crate Cooperative of iw! AMI FOR roue
Jacksonville.He Antonini and hit guests will CO I'MTV I )lUIl"
W RF: rHTATE: OF
discuss Ferrari' Overture- SALE
began hit with ,
career CHCSTbR: T. SONNHALTER
the old Florence Villa Citrus Secret of Suzanne, Brahni Deceaaed
Symphony No. 4 In E Minor, To All Creditors and Prraoni Hairin -
Association, mine to manager ( Clalma or Demand! Anlnlt JANUARY APPLIANCEGENERAL
i of that eo-op. Later hevai Lalo'i Symphonic Eipagnol for Bald LaurelYou ,
and each of are herenotified
Violin and Orchestra andreraindei'i you -
R associated with Bath. b to file In duplicate, allcalm
Bartlque. These ielectloni I and drmanda which
borne Hair and Rldgeway you
I I'I II IJ In a pioneer wire bound box will be performed by have aralnut" the mtat of Chester
T Bonnhalter. dnceaiwd In the of-
Ij manufacturing operation, the Tamps Philharmonic durIng (Ire of Richard A Bro",,,,,. County
Judca, at his atflca In the Court .; ELECTRICREFRIGERATORFREEZER-
third
Iti concert of the
II which was located in the old prey liniua at Bartow. rlorida, withinalx '
Florence Villa picking houae ent leasoa. calendar montha front January .1
a. 194. which U the data of the
II I Performances 'will be given
for leveral ,ur. fine publication of this notice.
The two other owner operate at 1:30: p.m. on Thursday, Jan. Each claim or demand miixt be
box and veneer plantsIn 18 and Friday, Jan. 17, In Me- lYnldanca In writing,and mint pout atate office the place adilreatf of
Florida and Georgia Cay (Tampa Municipal) Audi the claimant' muit 'ba .sworn to
I W. G. Talley, the local torium. and alas muni wan be will fllod become aa .Told": or TWO DOOR f NJi
firm'a vice president owns the Fxrhanc NationAl Bank of rsC>
Taller Vender and Crate Co. Veteran Kenny Noe, Sr., Winter IVpartmrnt Haven Truit
j of Adel Ga. while G. H. again training race horses at Kv: /., W n. Freeman, n AUTOMATICDEFROSTING "
Talley, Jr., the secretary Hialeah Park this winter, wnhe AdministratorTurn Taatamento Annex PoftobktmirtlyitYltd '
J and treasurer own and operate champion Jockey of the J Hal Connorof
Talley'a Box Co. in ick'i fiiit meeting in 1925. PO Bummerlln, Boa 7M I and Connor
Leeiburg. His ann la Hlaleah'i racing Winter Haven Florida

A. Parson has been named eecretiry. Attorney. 2. a.for IS AdmlnlmratorJan 231884D&J ., Miior _

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n. Winter Haven Howard Mrs.man Gordon Recruit Terrace, F.son,MacCalla NW of ,Mr Winter,and 141 Florida's Weather State Farmers, Cattlemen To Get BenefitsWASHINGTON 1-


Haven MacCalla I II a senior at D, C.,-Florld ion at Ports of Entry; retained under administration of Firm.

Naval Reserve Winter Haven High 'i firming and cattle Industries soil conservation piyments era Home Administration.
Henry John Specht Jr. Sea And News Of CropsWEATHER I will benefit materially at $250 million despite budget The Senate also retained In
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man Recruit, ion of Mr. and proposals to reduce the appropriation one-half of
because of the fact that the conference Its proposed
News ItemsChief burndale Mr*. Henry J. Specht of Au.. SUMMARY: This I machines to be turned on In I agriculture approprlationi bill agricultural by $100 million extension; Increased $125,000 Increase for instituting .
Fla. Speoht i II a senior
was the 5th consecutive week the area'i colder locations. The
at Auburndal High. with below normal temperatures devices raised the temperature recently signed Into law by service funds by $2,705,000; increased monthly cattle0ndeedreports !
I President Johnson differed in experiment station in Nebraska and
Laurence C Marklejr, Bruce Edwards Watson, Seaman in all sections of the State.Generally enough that during the abort Text
Recruit, Ion of Mrs. Robert and critical many respects from both the funds by $1,250,000 (the Senate and for instituting quarterly .
Utilities Man, USK, received cloudy, showery I period the damage was reports
certificate from Commanding L Watson, 2521 Meadow cooler weather prevailed in all confined to scattered leaf bum Administration measure and Increases are earmarked principally for Florida, Mississippi,
& t| Lane, Lakeland Fla Watson II the one passed by the House for salary raises to adjust
I Officer, LCDR Philip Campbell sections during the first half of In the coldest locations The extended Tennessee and Kentucky. Funds
senior at Lakeland according to Sen. Spessard Hol wage scales in relationship
a High
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the week. Showers heaviest
of Division .6 9, designating were period of cold weather
1 Chief Markley from Acting Ted Junior Scruggs, Seaman on the southern third of the has been beneficial bringing land, one of the principal! to other federal employees : are also included to place Flor
beiby Chief to Permanet Chief. Chief Recruit eon of Mr and Mrs. Peninsula. Widespread heavy high color to the fruit and dormancy sponsors of the beneficial ); increased by $25 million ida in the ]long-range crop and
Lindsay K. of 125 changes effected by the Sen funds for rural housing loans
I Scruggs W.
Markley'i civilian position is showers occurred on the southern to the trees. This dor- livestock estimate program
aUI cia Polk County: maintenance Superintendent I Ruby St Lakeland I Fla. Peninsula on the moth and manrv counted with the ample ate.A Also contained in the bill Is
for the Board of Scruggs Is a Junior at Kathleen list with most reporting points moisture in the ground and f fertilizer : ranking majority memberof la
million
HOME ON LEAVE $10 undistributed
lal High, Lakeland n { the Senate Committee
1 County Commissioners in BsrW In that area receiving between I put out In the late fall SP/4 Thomas W. McLeod onAgriculture Nike X Believed funds-$3 million each for cost-
James Allen and
Hardaker Seaman and
tow, Florid I I and I Inches of rain in a 36- and winter bee the trees polled Forestry and utilization
Recruit, IOn of Mr. and hour period Sklea cleared over for flush growth and early son of Mr. and Mrs T, H, the Appropriations Committee, production research -
tio Herman E. Moulden, seaman Mrs Cleo Charles of'' ; McLeod of Holland bandied -and Sen. Holland expressed
Hardaker 1423 Sheridan the bill
through
the entire State late on the Slst bloom with the first period of
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by apprentice, son of Mr and Mrs. 2332 Suffolk Circle Lakeland SW Is committee In hit confidence today that
cold air spending leave with capacity aschairman Defense
as a mass overspread extended warm weather. A larger Answer
A. L. Moulden, 1135 N. Gilmore Florida will receive equitable
Rt Fla. Hirdtker Is
a senior at his of the Appropriations
the State parents following tour
Ave. Lakeland returned from Temperaturea dropped I crop than could usually be a share in each of these funds
sit nine weeks Lakeland High. sharply as the cold fir expected, after such a freeze al of duty with the Army In Subcommittee for Agriculture. for in the laboratory '
Accelerated Boot
use at
The Naval Reserve Is a vital moved into the State. General Kor. Later he served as floor manager -
last could be In the makIng ..
d. Camp at U. S. Naval Training : of the year Winter Haven and elsewhere
UNITED STATES
part frost and In moving the amended To Red MissilesPITTSBURGH
freezing temperatures provided no freezing weather -
Great I In the He also
Center, Lakes 111. Moul state estimated
n I NAVY- den received commendation that the state will receive substantial ,.
a branches of I' .
m your Countl'1'ldeftnle northern sections on both the growth develops.Caretaking md at chairman of the Senate
for having made the highest test College Honors assistance In its school
team. A* member of second and the third. Scattered' activity increasing Conference Committee the FlorIda UPI) Lt.
t1l score in Jiii company. While the Naval Reserve you do your !I legislator lunch program,:: throuch: the dis.bUrJement
frost and played I major
temperatures with of
near freezing spreading fertilizerspraying Gen. Charles B. Duff commander

there he was mad squad part In the defense of the United I role In the development of a I of the $72 million
were noted in the hoeing and maintaining
He plans to finish of the U. S. Army Air Defense in the bill for the
I ly States during these troubled bill' provided national
Everglades the second satisfactory compromise ,
area on heating equipment the main Dr. BrooksThirteen
tII tour of active duty, leader'j times. Keep America On Top. Temperatures moderated rapidly operations. through a series of meetingswith Command believes the I school lunch program
.
l' Re.Jtili.l9 Membership in the Naval Reserve on the third and continuedthe I' Harvest continues at a fairly I' the House conferees.At Nike X program may be theI

: William Norris Hodges, Aviation functions Introduces of the NAVY you and to the upward trend on Saturday even pace with 1.760,000 boxes Florida physicians, the personal request of answer to a defense against Buy assayings Bonds
help
Boatswain's Mat 2nd cushion and Sunday under sunny skieson !of oranges picked last week including one from Winter Haven the President, Holland shep- Russia's intercontinental ballis
II Class, son of Mrs George E. home life the to actual transition from the central and southern I. compared to 1,595,000 boxes the have been honored by the herded the conference bill tic missile. |
.t Hodges, 1441 Commonwealth I One of the goals military In service the Peninsula. Moderating( I previous week. Grapefruit bar American College of Physicians through to final Senate passage I Duff, on an Inspection tour of
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eI AYI.. Jackaoovllle. Fla. Hodges. Naval Reierve Is to effect the tunes but with tempera'j vest was 610,000 boxes to 340 -an international organization following an all.night debate In Nike Hercules missile sites here i
I gradual of Paxson High advancement of all recruits to showers prevailed on the north. / 000 boxes the week before. Tan. representing 12,300 specialist the closing moments of the Wednesday, explained that there
Jacksonville, now employed by! seaman or possibly petty officers ern Peninsula and in the western gerlnes are near the end of volume in internal medicine and related first! session of the 18th Con. currently Is no defense againstthe I
Ace Hardware Co. Winter Haven prior to their reportingfor counties on !the! 4th and 5tn. I harvest with 170,000 boxes fields. ,;ress. ICBM.
Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Active Duty. Naval Reserve FIELD CROPS: Rain duringthe picked last week and 220.000 Dr. Beach A Brooks was se Among provisions of the bill However, Duff said It Is I
Hodges resides at 2801 Ave. G member art men, who tike I past week were beneficial boxes the previous week. Tangelos lected a* an Associate of the u finally enacted representing hoped that "Nike X will pro.
B NW Winter Haven. time out from their work and to the small grain crops. However j are nearly all harvested American College of Pbyalclans. either the addition In the Senate vide that defense." He said an (I
R Eugene Stuart Paul Airman daily routine to become Navy below freezing temperatures Temple oranges harveat has not The American College of of unbudgeted Items or dollar evaluation of the Nike program .
1 son of Mr and Mrs. Bob Paul, men for a few hour one nighta in North and West Florida yet attained any volume. Physicians was founded in 1915 increases above the House would be made next year. I.
1300 Lake Otis Dr. Winter Ha. week. continued to hold back I to maintain and advance the version of the bill are: Now being conducted at the
ven. While stationed at Cecil For Information to become growth. Aa I result of heavy highest possible standards in $75,000 for citrus coldhardl- Kawji:>ln Atoll in the Pacific
tl Field Naval Air Station, Jacksonville members visit the U S. Naval rains in the Everglades makingit He Almost Got medical education, medical i I ness research; $23,000 for mebanlcal and White Sands provin- :
Paul was deployed Reserve Electronics Facility impossible to enter many practice and research. It now citrus harvesting research grounds in New Mexico, the
t aboard USS Constellation and ; located at Avenue "C" and sugarcane fields with hauling represents Internists and specialists !. ; $25,000 for citrus quality Nike X program Includes two
the USS Saratoga. Sixth Street, SE Winter Haven, equipment aeveral sugarmills in related fields In the research; Increased by types of missiles, both expect I
William G. Blalock, Seaman, any time during the day and impended grinding on December Cleaned Out United Statea, Canada, Mexico, 361,000 the 1963 budgeted funds ed to be equipped with nuclear
son of Blalock of I Monday or Tuesday evenings. 31 Grinding was resumed and Latin American countries. for plant quarantine and Inspect warheads I

U20H :j.r.imI I Lak*. on January 3. Tobacco growers, .. -- -
land. Blalock served on USS both flue-cured and shade CALDWELL, N.J. (UPI) A SMIORTNGATE
i Witro AE.a. grown are actively planting Uruguayan was almost taken to
lHnhIdmeltllI Anita Bryant seedbeda. Harvest of tungoi the cleaners Wednesday but
4 nuts continues. came out in good shape thanks
Vincent Paul O'Brien Radioman LIVESTOCK AND PASTURES to a 23.year-old Bible student I sOPPI
2nd Class, son of Mrs. : Below freezing temperatures Carlo. Salguero, sales manager
I James P. O'Brien of 43 W, Har.t Is Expecting again in North and Welt for a tobacco company in id
risen St. Piedmont West Virginia. Florida slowed growth of small Montevideo, Uruguay cam '
f O'Brien Is a teacher at I grains. This is about the only here three weeka ago with his Na
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1 Kathleen High. Lakeland, Floe NEW YORK (url) Singer grazing available in this area. wife to visit old friendi. h
I Ida Anita Bryant announced today Heavy frost in Central Florida He brought along a tuxedofor AA'IlIJIPA
t Transfer abe expect to have a baby in further damaged pastures Very evening wear and 55 $100
Horace Lent Parker, Seaman May. little grazing Is available on bills, which he stuffed into a ,
Apprentice; ton of Mr. and Mrs Miss Bryant withheld the announcement native pastures. Some pasture I pocket of the tux for safe keep. .
Horace K. Poker 1001 Brink- of her pregnancy la South Florida are in fair ing.His rrN
,
ely St, Georgetown, S. C. Park. until her return to New York condition. wife unknowingly took the .e
from the Condition of cattle varies tuxedo to Kalter'a Dry Clean.
er la ;attending South Eastern Bob Hope troupe's
1 Bible ,College, Lakeland Flor Christmas tour of U. S. milltsry from poor to good. This condition ers with the money still in MAIL BOX & STANDPerfect 1
ida. ., areas in the Middle East particularly in North and the pocket.
To Attire Th beautiful singer and her Central Florida, depends on the Shelton Thompson, 23, a Bible .
Duty husband, Robert Green of Miami amount of supplemental feeding student and part.Urn* work. for the suburban n
Peter Beta, Seaman Apprentice er at the store cam across city or
adopted a baby boy last Condition of calves varies with r ,,, '
ion of Mr. and Mr*. Bun September and named him Rob- the condition of cows. the money while processing the hom.ownr. Approved t :.. -
of Toe E. Myrtle St. Lakeland. ert, Jr."Miss. I Estimated receipts at 2$ live suit. He gave It to the store by the U.S. Postmaster Gen -t'' Stmrestkxe}.
\4
Bean will attend a clas "A" stock auction markets last owner, who put it in a safe and "
Bryant who as "Miss .
eras All
K-boof of Ui* Naval Hospital I returned it when Salguero ar weatherproof. :
Oklahoma" was runner up to.. week were 3,300 head of cattle, E PADDY SOAP PADS '
: U. S. "Naval rived Wednesday.
Corps Hospital,
Mary Ann Mobley In the 1959 1 percent less than I week .
San Pltfo,' California Bean Miss America Pageant at Atlantic ,i earlier and 2,200 calves, down "I feel like a fool," said"Sal- All Aluminum, ". $ .. 1, 20 pads NOW
was | graduate of Lakeland City, met Green when she 28 percent from previous week. guero. "But a happy fool. Disposable, omy 29C
High appeared on hia disc jockey 6,550 hogs were marketed com Won't Rust
Robert Thomas Peters, Seaman show In Miami. The Interview pared with 8,300 bead the week Livestock Meet
Recruit, son of Mr. and before.
Mrs. Everett Peters' of Halnea they bloomed were into married a romance in 1960. and CITRUS: Citrus fruit was not Slated At Ocala Complete with Cement

City Florida. Peter was a She has accompanied Bob damaged by the cold that penetrated -
aealoMt Malone City High. Into the citrus OCALA-The City Auditorium Block
deep area
Hope on all of his Christmas
will be the site Wednes- Ace Price
Enlistment January 2 and 3. It did cause
visits to GI overseas bases in
day Jan. 15, of the Florid
Gordon Dennis MacCalla Sea recent years.Now I _heaters to .be lighted and wind Bankers Aasoctelio, .,Dual 45 PC.DINNERWARE. '"

Livestock: Meeting; co.sponsored VAlUI 5599
I Two Haven fes by the Federal Reserve S7.51 SET
Bank Branch at Jacksonville,
SERYICI
Among 591 FSU and the Florida: Cattlemen's Association. FOR t.

Graduates John E. Carroll chairman _ _ EIGHT
FBA Livestock Committee and
Two Winter Haven students president of First National
I will be among the 591 members Bank Klsslmmee, will preside
of the graduating class at s
over the meeting with an ei-
Florida State University petted attendance of more than

Barbara Carroll Brogdcn will ISO bankers, cattlemen, county SIUS Yates,'
receive I BA in arts and science agents, and vo-ag teacher. DOOR MAT
and Gail Williams Woods BREAK RESISTANT TO GIVE YOU YEARS
will receive a BS in social wel- WASHINGTON Atty. Gen All Rubber ACE
r fan Robert Kennedy, asked whit h* VALUE OF BEAUTIFUL CAREFREE. SERVICE.
Patricia Ann Llnderman of thought was the major accomplishment Built To Last PRICE
Lake Wales will receive a BS of his late brother's $1.25
la education Georgia Ann Lake administration: /9C
Cleans Shoes Best
and Sarah Bruce Reese both "I believe President Kennedy BISSELL SHAMPOO
of Bartow; Dorothy Lou Brown restored the confident of the I

of Frostproof; Myra Carolyn I, American people in themselves, MASTERBIG
Hodge and Earl Eugene Watsonof their energy and their future

at fheCHILDREN'S Maine City; and Patricia E. particularly] among the younger BIG CLEANUP VALUES i rn I
Gorman Susan C. Patchin, and people. He restored the same
Edwin Earl Powell of Lakeland confidence In America among !' s flow r5-T)
I will also receive degrees the people of other countries" .
Easy to
WORLDIN IEJf vie :

6 6 __- Free shampoo bottle of

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All
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A's Finley, AL's Cronin Shoot: I,I Dexter Daniels NCAA Convinced (U.S. Junior High 5s ,




Telegrams' Off, Squabble Looms Takes Lead In Olympic Try Stronger Open 19(4 1 (4 Cag lI I




I 4I League Directors St. Petersburg NEW YORK- (UPI) The -very, very hopeful," Ray ssld. Year Tomorrow,

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NCAA officially wound up its "Our meeting with Mr. Mahon.

Knicks Lakers Plan To Meet ST. PETERSBURG (UPI) 58th annual convention today ey and Col. Hull was most The junior Ugh school bas.
with the firm conviction that ketball season moves into
action -
Dexter Daniels fired a one. cordial and pleasant. The lines
Solve Situation under-par 70 Wednesday to takea the chances United have been States appreciably Olympic of communication will always local tomorrow fives afternoon "'Itb'two
squaring off at
T
B Send' Subs Into a SPORTS CHCAGO (UPI) Charles five-stroke second lead round going of intotoday's the strengthened. be kept open by us" the high school gymnasium at

0. Finley defied American Suncoast Seniort Golf Tourna I Robert F. :Ray, president of Much of Dyers' optimism overAmerica's 3:30: p.m.
League President Joe Cronin today ment. the NCAA, and Executive DI. forthcoming Olympic The Westwood War r I lor e,

lost. and said he believed other Daniels, the defending champion rector Walter Byeri both offered chances could be traced to the coached by Lew Lawn, will go
by Fisticuff Action club owners would authorize from Winter Haven, was the same two reasons for their action taken by the NCAA com against Lake Alfred's 1964 cage
sly) belief that the U. S. will be mittee in Wednesday's final edition.
him to move his Athletics the only one of a field of more
cil much stronger for next Octo legislative session 1 Starting for the Warriors will
franchise from Kansas City to than 100 to break He
ill ,J5y United Press International Louisville. carded five birdies, two par.bogies ber's Olympics In Tokyo. The delgates approved a plan I be Judd Sealey] and Roy Tice

I A allt'I: :marked by four tech- Young Miami LinksterSet Finley blasted Cronin for making and one double bogey.T. -The sudden creation of a for such additional NCAA events ] aa forwards, Ricky Pitts at

taltic I and rough under- 1. public Wednesday an orderto J. Olsee of Spring Lake, new and more cordial relationship as a small college championshipin center, ana Jeff Carter and

the-basket jostling erupted into I. him to refrain from making Mich, was second in the eighth with the AAU. swimming and an expanded Mark Vilscek at guards. Others
by I bench emptying fist fight "any further arrangements" for annual match with a 75. I -The Inplementation of an soccer tournament that would expected to see some action

Rl Wednesday night in the New For ProfessionalsBy the transfer and "await the determination Tied for third place with 76's NCAA campaign to help underdeveloped raise the number of participat are Steven Alexander, Richard
ill Vork Knickerbockers.Los Ang- of the American were John Roycroft of Durham, ''I sports. i lag teams from eight to 16. Cantrell, Robert Rabe, Paul

r.tJken'{ National Basketball i League concerning the matter," N.C., and C J. Fraley of East "Our entire membership of "Legislation like that certain Irby, Pat Allor, and Lynn Me-
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Association contest : colleges and universities showed ly has to help our) chances," Clendon.
den Cronin has called a Grand Rapids, Mich Four
meetingof 'I
OSCAR FRALEY golf.
cento, who won the International '
With 3V4 minutes left to the a new unity during the convention Byers said. "I feel our campaign Sealey and Vilscek, both quar .
play, UPI Sports Writer Trophy that same year, John. league's board of directors era were tied for fourth with '.
m Billy McGiU of the Knicks and I representatives from 77', ," Byers said. "I also felt for youth fitness, headed terbacks on Westwood grid
Jim Krebs of the Lakera 6tmtt MIAMI SHORES, Fla. (UPI) ny shot 71697375 for an even Cleveland, Los Angles, Chicago the appearance of President by Tom Hamilton, also will pay iron team last year, were sidelined .
which left him
288 in fourth
th players who had beenfOCDing Much has been made of the par I New York and Boston Jsy-Ehrat Mahoney and Col I dividends for this country." before the season ended
Immortal place in the pro amateur field. Donald Hull Hamilton who is executive director and it not know whetheror
under the backboards fact that golf a Bobby for Jan 16 in New York and of the AAU at our was
11tJI JtCthe first half grappled Jones scored an SO when he The husky five foot, 10 Inch has ordered a league meetingthe meetings was a tremendously' of the Athletic Association not they would be ready

etch other to the floor Players was a mere 14 years of age so youngster, who sales a solid 165 same day, obviously to coo : encouraging sign" of Western Universities, Is for the court season. Sealey
learned the
74w from both benches ran to battle it would seem time today to pounds, rudiments alder Finley' situation. Mahoney, who attended the chairman of the NCAA's youth sustained a back injury and

1J: 345 fans in the Los AngeJjj take a long look at a youngster of golf following his father The outspoken Insurance man session at Ray's invitation told fitness campaign and as such I Vilscek a mild concussion Warrior
Sports Arena watched. I named Johnny La Poniina. around the Glen Oaks course in has been in dispute with Kansas NCAA members the AAU was will attempt to strengthen un- pivot man, Pitts, took over
I their native Bayside N. Y He I I
,
I p more than willing to meet with der-developed sports In the various signal calling chores when Sea-
Johnny L as he Is known to his .
City over lease Municipal
$1I' "McGill and Krebs, plus the had such a natural aptitude for on I
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the NCAA other collegiate conference ley and Vilscek
supported United were injured.
Knicks' his friends, shot a 67 when he Stadium,
Tom Hoover and the the game that at nine he was now expired,
II takers' Don Nelson, were ejected was 13 years old. Now, just third In the national since spring Earlier this week States Track and Field Federa
turned 16, he is rated by Miami peewee he signed contract for tion (USTFF).
from the game following five championship, at 10 he was sec a the A's II
Minutes of pandemonium. Nab Shores golf professional Jim ond and after that he capturedthe to play in Louisville in 1964 and "That statement makes us

too.: required several stitches to MscLaughlin as "ready right championship three years 1965.
mend a cut lip. now to step into professional In a row. The contract announcement SALESPORT

I The Lakers went on to win company," But Johnny L. was torn be. inspired Cronln's telegram, BOWLING
{36118, recording their fifth victory All of which, within a coupleof tween his devotion to golf and which said also that he considered

P in a row and pushing their years, could mean move over hIs devotion to God. He early Finley's activities "unfair"to P
KIN8HIMC LEAGIE
Western Division lead to S'/k Jack Nicklaus. anted to become a priest but, the Kansas Cty fans and w, ri : COATSWool
1an.
games over second place St Johnny Is a handsome, black. after a long struggle with his that it could "result in disillusionment t 4e' w.' Tony'. Sport Qarber 8hOD ShoD 62'4 474 1er4 24'-
dU' Able, who was Idle. haired youngster with somber conscience decided that golf for the baseball pub elate' Farm Insurance 42 311
W. H. Dacron end Wool Cashmere
1sI U'J gem. the two other NBA lic of Louisville"Cronin's Laundry 40 82 ,
gamesplayed brown eyes and a pleasnt, courteous would be his life's work. World Book 40 32
Wednesday night, Walt manner, Only a junior In Since shooting that 67, en a message wss released .- """ ,........JIIIIt_ C McCrorn'arlln.. 0l'4::19'" S2ehamrork 324: I Orion and Wool by Hart Schaffner
Btflumy, recently fined $400 by high school, he has his eyes on regulation par 72 course, when for publication and Fin- Motor Lodgt 3H :34 I
hit boss for "not bustling," the U. S. Amateur crown and a he was 13 years old, Johnny ley exploded. "I consider your DEXTER DANIELS SR. W Winner. G. Construction 38 S3 36 3SO & Marx and Stanley Blocker
e poured In 26 points to Iud the California college scholarship has scored that same figure releasing to the press the telegram L. 6 monde 3D 41
Baltimore Bullets to a 10699 "because you have to think of "several times." which you sent me this Leeds By 5 Shots Harm/ Sunoco 23'4' 48-4
Herrnni C.so 21'i 604 30 % OffSWEATERS
win over the Detroit Pistons, morning very unfair and unethical Couch :. '
your future when you can't play "For some reason I've never Electric 21' &0'4
J and in Syracuse, the Cincinnati top golf any more." been able to get under that," ) ," he wired Cronin, Pro Bowl Stars Blare' Farm In.., 1 97. :2828 _
Hank Son! 211 Kwfll: 8we.lt SIS
Jt Royals disappointed the bulk of Such a dale for him, may ponders the boy who practices "As an owner In the American v.. Cirllnm 8 1(178 2940, Sun
Jt t 5,384; fans by downing the Phil. be some years in coming, He long with daily devotion and hits League, I will expect any Lunch Kuplmwiltt 216 Bill Bloom S57BhimrKk ,
Jt Together : Motor Lodge 0 (21 I
t adelphia TSers (Syracuse Natlonls already is the international four. the ball 280 yard. "I've hid a future communications from lee.7. Bob: Wheeler 177 Larry Bull
) 126110. ball champion, along with Paul number of front nines of 31 but you to be kept private and not LOS ANGELES 467 Vi World Hook 4 lull 39W.
UPI-Mem- Jerk May 211 661.
Jerry West and Elgin Baylor Desjardins, son of former Olym then, like at Barranquilla, some released for publication without ( ) Wagner Con.lr I IOISRAT.: Cm ,
t scored 39 and 36 points In the plan diver Pete Desjardins And thing always seems to happen my personal approval ben of the West and East Pro Patterson. 230 Shelton Butler ftt.8 Long Sleeve, Pullover, Bulky Knits
v. Courh Klerlric: 1 S75 :MIS Bob
t Lakers' victory McGill, al Johnny also holds the international on the back nine. Or maybe it I I "I suggest that you as president Bowl All Star squads sit downto Springer, 171 Dick Turner 467. Sizes 40.42.44.46'' Only

1i 1t 1 ,though tossed out near the end Amateur championship will be the other way around, of the American League lunch together today before O L 171 Blmondu John Fiber 0 194 Ml 2610...., D.anaI' JerryAhik

1t of the gave, was high point won at Barranqullla, Colombia, but for aome reason I cant refrain from any further public they retire to their corners and .., Shop 4 ail non Doan Allor
man for the Knicks with 20. In 1962. seem to put two real hot nines statements until you for the I."' 634. 1/2 Price
I first time have bad come out fighting: Sunday at W. O Roe :J '31 2714. Chuck
Playing with Roberto De VI. together" an oppor Poiey 189 4RR vi Tony. BerbrrShop
National Basketball Association tunity to be presented with the Memorial Coliseum. I 1 Ml 2768, Jo Black :304 W.Uwrence. .
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By Untied Press International true and complete facts," he Fans get. chance (at $400 '532.McCrory. 2 103S 2951 Dolma Pre-
Eastern wired. a plate) to chit-chat with the ve.lt 2:16: 667 VI Herron. t:MO 1 1008
Division'W. Chicago Cage fans Taking Finley old he had no need pros at the annual held 2881 Ed Beilrlol tRI IW. H rrvn
L, Pet affair Sunoco 1 t65 2811 Del Linnelll 179Del SPORT SHIRTS
II. to make other arrangements to In the Biltmore Bowl >;inn.lll. Archil Black 604 v;. r J
W H. laundry I 1034 38b9, J.
Boston 26 8 ,765
transfer the Athletics After
franchise a few speeches and
H.nkin! 32J 640.
Cincinnati 29 14 .674 Sides For Or DePaulBy since "my arrangements have other hi-jinx the squads go back High scratch game: E. Weaver Long Sleeve Silk, Cotton Pima Cotton m

:Philadelphia IS 20 .474 Loyola been completed." Into training for the 14th annual "High scratch wrlei: :J Ahlck ,17.THtBSDAV Dacron and Cotton. Both Regular;, Collar
;New York 02 32 .273 "I'm not at liberty to discussa Pro Bowl game

Western DivisionW. MARTIN LADER year. DePaul has the tradition contract with Kansas City," The West I is rated a six-and MIXER and Ivy Buton Dow .

L. Pet UPI Sports Writer dating back to the days when he added. a.half point favorite in this W I.

;Los Angeles 26 13 667 Sports fans in Chicago have George Mikan terrorized all Finley said he was confident 'ear's game largely because of Wonderful Pin Pals 89 44'. 21Woodnel 1514' 30% Off

St. LOUIs- 24 IS ,571SanFranclsco' something else besides the rivals Both have the records that the required seven of the the preaence of eight members Nu. Home ?* 21''"
this 10 of the champion Bears Pipping Packing Co. 23
league would Chicago
let the
season to owners grant
: 19 IS .514 weather to talk about this win. present Jordan TV 84', 2f>'"-4
Baltimore 13 26 .333 ter, and the talk will produce a speak for Itself. his request to move once they and eight members of the Rolling .Ruckera. 31 84V.'" 28 2644Twl.ter. ell.r.lionl Iclclitl.MlI

,Detfcut. S 26 .235 lot more heat then the temper. The Ramblers at Loyola, know of his situation Green Bay Packers Four Odd Ball 27 28
; ature If Loyola and DePaul ranked third in the country, Another reason for the point Jo* Company 27 23Sharnhooter
Wednesday's Results con 22'* 6314Plnepoltrrs .
pread I Is the absence of Y.A.
Los"Angeles'J38. New York 111 tine their winning waysThere's registered their 11th victory in Bettor Tittle from the East squad. The 23 :37BN.h.u 6544
$2 2144
12 Pays '
nothing like little outings Wednesday night:: by
;;.Batttnrore 106 Detroit 99 a New York Giant quarterback (.o Lietlcrl 2' 8 controversy to warm the spirits : toppling Marquette 96 80, at Knapp Shoe 16 46
Cincinnati 126 Philadelphia 110 Gels hurt a knee in the champion-
on a cold January day and already MIlwaukee. DePaul, one of only $54,789MIAMI Huh tram "erlei Wondre.t 1M1t!!
(Only games scheduled) the citizens of the Windy three major schools still unbeaten hip game against the Bears Nurnlnf High Hon teal,. 19S8ami.. Woodrait
and had to withdraw from the
Thursda,'. GarnetStrlxmis City are taking sides on the downed Notre Dame, 86-73, (UPI-A welldresied Durum' Home 711.
:: for Its 10th grandstand bowl squadNorman High Individual "nerle (women It
at Philadelphia relative merits of their two college consecutive triumph. player put his $2 on Wand. Weiriecker 6IS\ Trim Dea
Snead of the Wash-
,Baltimore Detroit at Cleveland basketball powers. It was the first time the Blue four winning longshots Wednesday I 477 Loll Hnnbl 41>5.
waited until the crowd Ington Redskins was selected to : High Individual come twnmrnl:
Loyola has the reputation, Demons have beaten Notre left replace Tittle, Wanda Welderker 188 Pecirv Pea 255 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE
:New'\' rlt vi San Francisco at having upset Cincinnati to win Dame at South Bend since 1956 then turned in his twin double 179 Alice RUhardton 110.

Richmond, Calif. the NCAA championship lutCllriSHO' and was an important decisionIn ticket for a $$54,789 check, the East New Coach York Allis Giants Sherman also has of I Bill High ROWM. Individual 664. Cal wrlm Reddick Im.nl 641.: Downtown Winter Haven
their bid to attain national The man, identified only as a Chuck Whitney tit,
j attention. "Floridisn" who prefers the another quarterback Charley I High Individual ram' (men): use THE MUNICIPAL. PAIKINA LOT AT REAR OP $701(1
Fred Jordon 212 Bill Rowne. 201.
Johnson of the St. Louis Cardi
,i AU Ninth-ranked Duke, which had grandstand to Tropical Parkaplush nals. 'hiH-it Whitney 202 Don Richard- I
clubhouse Kin 900.
| wouldn't re
YOUR CONVENIENT its national reputation tarnishedby -- --
I veal his name or how many
three defeats nevertheless
II B.F.GOODRICH *TnD$ maintained a perfect mark in tickets he bought to hit the big

251 AVE. A, S.W. CY3-M2S Atlantic Coast Conference play one.It. "
the
was largest twin dou
by downing Clemson, 81TS. In
ble payoff so far in Florida,
Finest Quality B.FGoodrich other top games Georgia Tech
where the four
-race wager was
tripped South Carolina, 87-73,
NEW TREAD TIRES Initiated this season and second
LaSalle topped Lafayette, 100-
88, and Temple beat St. John'., nationally only to a $79,760 pay.
off at Roosevelt Raceway last

js with thee 6257.Loyola showed its well-rounded (fall.

attack to good advantage as
GENUINEB.F.60ODRICH
four men scored in double fig. Hurricanes Top
; urea Lea Hunter led the Ramblers

with 25 points, Ron Miller Jax Univ. 97.92

BIG EDGE" added 24, Vic Rouse 19 and
John Egan 18 JACKSONVILLE (UPI) The

,( tread that puts more DePaul also enjoyed a fairly University. of Miami, paced bya
comfortable evening after mov. 35 point performance by guard NATIONALLYBedroom
: e, rubber on the edges ing ahead 1816, in the first Rick Barry, defeated a spunky

when the wear h. half The Blue Demons In. Jacksonville University squad
creased their margin to 4433 1792 here Wednesday night.

at the intermission, and never Miami, taking the lead when
allowed Notre Dame to get several key Jacksonville players

i: cloaer than six points thereaf collected three fouls early in the

4 for 29 95 ter.Dave game and were benched, had a
Mills, a 6-foot-10 sophomore 48.43 halftime advantage.
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All Prleti touted for stardom, led Jacksonville recaptured the
Plus Tn and the DePsul effort with 23 points lead early in the second period,
"'Ica..blt' Tire and he was ably assisted by but Barry and running mate

Emmette Bryant and Jim Murphy John Dampier turned on the I
; 750-14 670.15, 710.15 and 800.14 Blackwalls with 21 points each. Ron pressure and kept the Hurricanes i1
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LAKE PIERCE CATCHES-Pictured above from left string of 25 specks which they caught whit drifting with Fishing Camp which It located at the north end 01 Lake
I to right In picture number I 111 I I art Mr. and Mrs Welter Silver Pearl minnows; ((3)) J. H. Milton and Jack Wilson Pierce
Watkins and ion, Jack, with a string of 32 speckled display 55 speckled perch which they caught while drift. I
parch: ((2)) Edward Schmidt and Curly Edwards hold a ing. All the above catches were brought into Jennings'Here


I Fourth: Annual Fishing Derby To Begin February I LA1t _

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Fisherman In Florida-both valued at M,175 and worth amount a person can win witha it the schedule of openIng water tags carry prefix num. tnent after the Derby official.

I fresh and lilt water variety- from $25 to $1,000. None of the 1964 tag will be $25. Other for the four ones: ber 43 and tag number. ly opens In that zone.

will get another chance tore.p $10,000 fish were caught during tags will be worth $50, $100, ZONE I SOUTHWEST ZONE IV NORTHERN Any lagged fish from previous i
tome cash benefits by Derbies will receive a
catching tagged fish, as the this year's event. $1,000 and $10,000, with four Florida-February 1 through Florlds-M.y 1 through August cash award of $25 during the

fourth annual Schlitz $500,ooo "Awards during the first of the latter being released, May 31.Frelh. 31.Fresh. period. of the competition.Some ,
Fishing Derby will be held three years of the meet have one In each tone of the state. water" tag will carry water tags carry prefix of the old tags will
starting in February, totaled in excess of $200,000," When a person catches a prefix K and tag number. 0 and tag number, Saltwater be worth $500 as special
Salt water tags will carry tags carry prefix num. Conservation Awards If fish
BILL ABBOTT, publicity director Abbott remarked. "We have tagged fish In the area that
for the Schlitz Brewery had several $10,000 winners prefix number 41 and tag ber 44 and tag number.All from 1961, J962 and 1963 Per. III
at Tampa'i Industrial and they were caught by Is open, the angler must take number. tags will bear the word bies are brought in before or
Park, laid the unique and people who needed just such it to a Schlitz wholesalerwith ZONE n SOUTHEAST Schllti!, so they will be readily after the 1964 event they will
popular fishing contest, will a boost In financial matters" tag Intact. The whole Florida-February 1 through Identifiable. receive a nominal S3 payment I
have around 10,000 tagged ROBERT A. till LEIS, sate dealer will call the brew. May 31.Fresh. Tagging at the fish will begin from Schlitz for their research latter ]
fish during the 1964 event. president of the Joseph Industrial Park water tags will carry next month Doug Miller, value to the state r
ery at Tampa prefix M and tag number. the Schlitz Company Dixie agencies.
They will be fresh and saltwater Schlitz Brewing Co, with M
varieties with the emphasis headquarters in Milwaukee, to find out the value of the Salt water tau carry pre. Division pointed out that any i '
: on black bass and pan. Vis, said "we feel the annual tag Information will also be fix number 42 and tag number 1964 tagged fish caught In Facts
fish as they are easier to Florida Fishing Derby given on the tagged fish to advance of the opening of the Boating
catch and tag. continues to achieve its goal one of the two agencies so ZONE III CENTRAL tones, should be brought to There (
are 949000 Inboard
Florida-April 1 through July the nearest Schlitz wholesaler
Abbott added there are no of supporting fishing recreai
they can check on the growth 31. Immediately In 1963, The gasoline and diesel en-
:major changes from, the 1963 tion and research in the Sunshine as
contest The Fishing Derby State. Therefore, the of the fish, its location, habitat Fresh water tags carry pre angler will be Informed of the gins in UM, Including automotive
mill be open to Florida residents Derby will be repeated In and other factors vital fix N and tag number. Salt tag value and receive pa). conversions, up 33,000

and tourists alike, with 1964 and we hope It will be to improving fishing as a from a year ago; 6390,000

no "entrance" requirements entirely successful as it was sport and Industry in the outboards motors in use, a
follow the itate'i the three "
except they during past years. '
state.
fishing regulations which calls As In previous years, the gain of 140,000 over 1962; and Yw
lOllS W. WOODS Tallahassee

On The Outside 200,000 boat trailers In use,
for a license in fresh water Derby will be conducted in chief fisheries
management both
factory produced and
residents. Licenses with the State '
for non- cooperation division of the State ly IIU' CHISTNUT homemade, an Increase of SPECK CATCHES-The tint picture shows Floyd'Dun
are also required for stateresidents Game and Fresh Water Fish
Game and Fresh Water Fish 90,000 the II with which he of
In Fish Management Commission and the Florida over previous year. 10 speckled perch caught out
: areas Florida does not State Board of Conservationsalt Commission the said the Derby The average horsepowerof Lake Juliana, with the largest tipping the scales at two,
has been means of assembling outboards motors fold in
have a salt water fishing license. ( water department). The data pounds; Center picture shows Carl Trawick, who seems to
4 will the to help give 1963 Increased again from 30,3 have three hands In the photo, with a string of 10 specks
I two agencies tag the state some of the finest What is happening to fishing In times past anglers went In 1962 to 30,S this past ,
THE SCHLITZ FISHING lO.OOO-orld fish, with all costs fishing opportunities in the na out to catch fish and they enjoyed the sport of it very much, Outboard motors of year more which he caught while drifting with Missouri minnows;
Derby will run for four being defrayed by Schllti tion. now anglers have to be paid to fish and by this we mean all than 20 horsepower accounted Bottom photo shows V, P. Kelly and Earl Wilson with a
:months in each of four geographical Species of fish to be tagged "It has specifically aidedus the contests that have to be conducted to get these sportsmenout for 57 per cent of total nice string of 26 specks which they caught while drifting.The .
tones of the state, and the waters in which they in properly evaluT on the lakes. sales, with those of 45 or largest tipped the scales at two pounds, two ounces.
opening February 1 in the are released, will be selected other research results and has Younger fishermen seem to think that fish are supposed more horsepower claiming 22 The above catches were brought Into John's Fish Camp
Southeastern and Southwest by the Game Commission andBoardof added new InC<>r.I'n i to jump in the boat every time they go out, if this does not per cent of the market. which It located on Lake Juliana in Auburndale.
Florida sections and ending; Conservation to best will about fishing -- ----- ---
fish management and Introduction happen they forget --- ---
In North Florida on August! serve their research purposes. of experimental species One of the largest assets to the Haven area Is the ChainOf
31 Fish will be tagged priorto such as Tilapia the Lakes and the fish that are caught each year, Without
I During the 1963 Derby, ang. a drawing to decide on Nile Perch imported from good fishing in this area all the promotions in the world will MARLITE MURALS
lets caught 1,895 tagged fish, their cash value. The lowest ,. Africa. not bring our senior citizens here. -

I "In short, the Derby helpsus First off let us rid our Chain of all the rough fish and If i G iiRRY Mu1
provide more and better the Came Commission will not help us we should take It upon
tl fishing In the state" ourselves to find some way to accomplish this, Maybe if
Another who has been with some of the persons who are holding these contests" would
the Derby since It started in have a rough fish contest, this would get rid of a few of them.
1961 and one of Its biggest For two years this writer has been keeping the public BUILDER'S SUPPLYINCORPORATED ,
backers Is Dr, Robert M. Informed of the necessity of ridding our lakes of all the rough
s Ingle, Tallahassee, director of fish and In these two years we have seen fishing dwindling \ t
research of the Board of Conservation down to sn all time low In this area
w Also another problem in the Chain Is the constant dancer!
"The Schlitz program has pf anglers getting tangled up in trot lines which are not beIng
>h enabled us to develop fishingat taken In during the daylight hours as the law requires. _
"near" offshore reefs Why Is nothing being done to enforce this law?.
which are accessible to small We would like to see this area as the fishing capital of Exciting New Decorating ':
HcDonaldV boats, to learn more about Florida and we could If people would start working togetherto
(took for the golden arches e. migratory fish habits, and to rid our Chain of the rough fish and also enforce the trot Ideas From Marlitt With

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nature, concealment of death, by the chairman ef the boar<<.
I Checks Lead Warrant List
I carrying concealed weapon, entering rule
without breaking, Improper Smoking Ban Increases The na smoking except!
I II tag, unlawful dischare In washroom was laid down
f Drunkenness and worthless I gravated aiiault and forgery of weapon and failure to have by non-smoker Board Chairman
I ,' checks led the list in wirrtnU 6 each; auto theft and breaking fruit ticket. 1 each. Arthur Roth, who estimated the
Issued during the month of and entering S each, reck The Sheriffs Office took out Efficiency Of Bank baa will save tie bank $100,000
December, Writer G. Bell, Win- lean driving, armed robbery! and 49 warrants during December, a year.
Iter Haven area Justice of the sale of moonshine, 4 each; nonsupport 1 1'I the Constable'. Office 39. Winter I Roth told a stockholders meeting
I Peace, said In hit monthly I report ''I contributing to delinquency Haven Police Department 26, ROOSEVELT, N. Y (UPI- er whispers in cloak end-dagger Wednesday that he banned

removing mortgagedproperty Halnei City Police 2, and others TIM following scene could betaking tones, "Put, can I have a smoking because he wan con.
Drunkennem accounted for 63 I each: contributing 129. place tod.'ln any of the drag" After a couple of drags reined with the slate of health
of the 245 warrants isiued In tit dependency. destroying personal Five wedding were performed 50 branch offices of the Frank both of his employes But he noted
each the
December and worthless check property. tale of tax I II by the Justice of the Peace Ha National Bank Long Is- on cigarette that the no smoking edict his
warrants totaled 42 I paid and possession of tax.paid I Five small claims suits were land'. largest financial Institution workers whip out their handkerchief -, had favorable side-effects.
Other warrant Issued were: whiskey for resale, abscondingwith filed. : and frantically wave the He and that since the ban

I assault and battery 27: dii I board bill and possessionof Restitution collected on worthless I Two of the bank'! 1,150 em smoke away They return to went into effect the absenteeism
orderly conduct 14; petty larceiry moonshine t each, and unauthorized checks totaled $65402 and ployes, one a vice president, the work looking like cat who ate rate has dropped, workers arc
I 13; buying and receiving I use assault with Intent costs collected on warrant dismissed other an office boy meet to the the canary, for both have sidestepped I I turning in better! performancesand
JI stolen fruit and vagrancy 7 I to kill, resisting arrest Insurance and remitted to the j I men's room The veep noticing a "no smoking"; company I I there ban been a sharp !uv
each, unlawful advertising/ -,I violation, crime against county was $377.75. smoke curling up from a corn- rule Instituted a month ago I crease in over.all efficiency.

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tAFF.A.DAY
Cubans Rejoice Rep. Baker's Buy*ON BUDGET



Over British e Death Hurts


I l t I Q rERyra

Bus PurchaseHAVANA J.'n Q Medicare Bill o 0



ITI) The government : CREAMS WASHINGTON (UPI) The
radio told Cuban. sudden death of Rep Howard '
Late Low Pricesin all departments///
Tuesday they will have new ; b\ \svsv If Biker, R-Tcnn, was tern today '"

British buses by the end of this : u a blow to prospects for T'_

year in a $12.million-piu. deal passage of the administration : ;

which has been criticized by medicare bill this year. Top Records!
the United States. I Baker, second-ranking Repu -

The deal Involves the Immediate peso on the House Ways Seven In A Bag!!
1 v ;
Means Committee, died Tue
sale of 400 city buses ala I \t
price of more than $11 million day at his home In Knoxville, Limited Quantity

with mora than $1 million Tenn, at the age of 61. It w At Tan New Low Price

worth of spars parts, plus SO In. seemed likely his place on the

terurban buses and spare parts committee would be filled by a 4S RPM Only! 7 $1
at an undisclosed cost. uay..o"It's more conservative Republics w Special Purchase FOR
Premier Fidel Castro's revolutionary who would join other dedicate!
regime was allowed Vera they ar -unbreakable nt-fi duce with pep tunes,
of the bill. I
five in which to for opponents famous labrlt in
years pay all-tim\ faToritct wrapped polyn
the buses. I the only line of work I bow!". While not aa avowed supper bags W cases Buy for yourself or gifts
a (The U.S. government assaulted er of the legislation, Baker had
the deal at detrimental often voted with liberal mem
to its efforts to isolate Russia's
Caribbean satellite."I First Airline To Fly Again ben of the Mays & Mean
a '
Committee In the past. Some
don't like it a bit, Secretary
Democrats felt that if hit vote
of Commerce Luther
Hodges said, "this hurts us." Saturday 50th Anniversary : were needed he might have BRIGHT IDEA IN SAVINGS! Save On Deluxe
But a spokesman for the Brit. been persuaded to support the
ish company concerned laid it I. legislation to provide Social Se American Made Light Bulb Buy 10-Qt Poly Pails
is only the beginning. I Aviation history will be recreated Sunday will be let aside fora curity-financed hospital and

("We have dealt with Cuba in Tampa-St. Petersburg public display of aircraft, old nursing home car for person Stock t'p tAt Special Prices!NcUmill ... Handy &t Of Three
before," said Donald Stokes, I Saturday when a model of and new, and equipment atTampa over 63. For IloiuwhoU Ua
managing director of Leyland a 1914 Benoist Airboat will refly Rep Eugene J. Keogh salt
International Airport.A Your Chojr .
Motors. "We told them $10 mil. the first scheduled airline routein today the bill was "..gonlzlng.Iy" .
lion worth of buses in 1949 and observance of the Golden number of airlines will haveon close to winning majority 60. 7$. 100 Watt O JOR1 Fxtro.Sfurdr' 3 + 39
about $6 or $7 million worth in Anniversary of Scheduled Airline display modern aircraft and support in the committee, but Meta! Handle far Each
1959. Service. passenger handling equipment. he and other supporters talked
("This Is just a repeat order The world's first scheduled However, highlight of the increasingly: about the strength Donl be a bulb unMchcr. .. art all the quality I bulb' SIT now ." KirMwtlfht wnt>r.*kaV(>.bendy? size
from a traditional customer airline service originated on of the and the home need* the wattage you want, at a low color
opposition meas price. brinis P bailer-type metal 'hundlri Choir of
.
weekend will be the flying of the Famous Hurry! Ii.Jh'\ :
this is a preliminary They Jan. 1, 1914, with the Inaugural ure's chances for passage ? score of uses around the horn.
want 1,450 buses flight from St. Petersburg to Benoist Airboat replica. Many seemed to grow more gloomy
("I have no knowledge of Tampa by the St. Petersburg- senior airline pilots are vying The committee, which has t '
having to go to America for Tampa Airboat Line. Piloting for the honor of flying the plane. bottled up similar bills In the S
permission to sell buses .we the sturdy Benoist Airboat Col. John A. (Shorty) Powers, past, resumes hearings: on the
didn't have a press conference across Tampa Bay on tha first I the "Voice" of the Astronauts, measure Jan 20. NO MONEY
when they sold wheat to the night was pioneer aviator, Tony and Igor Sikorsky, of helicopter The proposal I has been
:Russians.") !' J annu.. fame, will be featured speakers blocked by opposition led by _
The British firm gave the Cubans From that day, and for the during the weekend long cele Rep Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., DOWN!
an option to buy the 1,000 next four months, the little air bration. the chairman of the powerful i
additional buses they want anytime line, which later added a sec The original plane cost $4.150. Ways & Means Committee
between 1965 and 1968 at ond plane, prospered and met he did TUBELESS Terms
The one Tibbs Is now building Keogh said not ace Easy Pay
an estimated price of $20 mil its twice.a-day scheduled without will cost approximately $7,500. bow the medicare bill could be NEW NYLON
lion.The accident or injury. The new plane will be identical passed by the committee with J BARGAINS at Iowa, $1.25 Weekly SPECIAL I
also bound
agreement I The snub-noted airboats were to the original In length, 26 out Republican votes.
Leyland to train six Cuban mechanics Benoist at FOR LATE. For a Full Set
constructed: by Tom feet; wing span, 36 feet; left- He said the measure present. MODEL
to maintain the buses. hit St. Louis aircraft company hand rotating pusher propeller; ly was within one or two vote CAR OWNERS _
The British firm promised to specifically\ for use on the airline wooden hull; open cockpit, and of getting a majority In the 69
I establish an office and repair that Benoist founded.C. six cylinder engine. The 75- committee. Speaker John W. 69 Mounting Free! $
ahops In Cubs for and delivery to usumereapon.lbllIty of I' Burrell Tibbs, a youth of horsepower marine engine In McCormack, D.Mass., has been $ 9

the buses and the spare parts.Ships 14 years, worked with Benoist I the original had a chain drive; saying that 11 of the 13 needed '10.1. 111.11
in developing the historic Airboat the new plane will be poweredby votes art in hand. '
( carrying the buses to Today, at (4, Tibbt it a horsepower converted ::: Every New Tire on Sal =w
..
Cuba will be subject to a black. M"
supervising and ram-rodding automobile and will b M"
list which denied cargoes financed -I construction of the new model, belt-driven. engine FCC Plans Use Just $2 More for Carries Goodyear'sNew

by the U.S. governmentto which It being built from original Working together In planning White*alls Famous Nylon
vessels trading with Cuba, Of Radio
but it is not certain whether pltnt. During the put 50 events for the 50th Anniversary Ads /.r Goodveir'a economy All-Weather "42"
this restriction win be en' I years Tibbs has distinguished celebration are the Greater For Two Months 3-T Nylon tire, NATIONWIDE vithTufeynrubberthe
forced.) I himself in aviation and Is a Tampa Chamber of Commerceand AU-Weather "42" WMttwalU Just $2 MoreNO"
well.known pioneer figure the the ,Greater St. Petersburg ..
.-** nation over. I Chamber of Commerce. Radio spot commercials on LIMITGUARANTEE
Dundee I Work is wn over the 50 per I Cooperating with the two Feb 23 will Initial a two-
t Recent guests at the Edwin cent completion mark on the chambers Is the Air Transport months-long promotion for Flor. !
Johnson home were Mr. and flying machine and It Is scheduled Association which authenticatedTampa Ida Citrus Commission About
to recreate the! original St. fir i t 500 such commercials will be
I Mrs. Hilmer Johnson, accompanied I Petersburg's I w
by their aon-in-law and flight on Saturday, January 11, airline claim. heard through the end of Aprilon
I before the of a tlzeable Th event received nationwide 24 radio stations located in Chro-. TnptC
daughter, Mr and Mrs. Glen I eyes I 1 Sciect rti
eight touthcrn cities.A Tt.Pfta& "
Wagner and family, all oft number of air line presidentsand attention when the lat .
Downer Grove. HI. Also visiting aviation officialdom. President John F. Kennedy one half page, four-color
, Mr. and Mrs Johnson during Also participating In the commemoration saluted the Anniversary In a advertisement it to appear In
the weekend were Mr. and will be a number of public address at Tampa's AI the Saturday Evening Poi i
Mrs. Ruby Shearer and daughter antique aircraft, to be flown In Lopes Field, on November 18. scheduled for a "Leap Year"
Pamela, of Hmdiville. 111. by hobblestt from around the Issue date of Feb. 29. DOES YOUR CAR HAVE BAD
Sunday supplements are to 2-UnitTabIeStovc
nation. Following the St. Pet William Washington Beau
Marymount of Boca ersburg to Tampa flight a 50th dine, Sr., became a motion carry one-half page advertisements .
Raton is conducted by the RelIgious Anniversary commemora live I picture director in 1915 and now of chilled orange juiceto Low '1004Silhoudte
of the Sacred Heart of dinner, honoring airline presidents directs tv shows such at "Lai readers of 26 leading mid. ,
Mary It provides a two-year will be held in the Palm lie", says TV Guide. He has western and eastern metropolitan -
college education for young I Room of the Tampa Terrace been a director longer than any newspapers. These ads are Handy traveler fnok*hot or
scheduled for Issues of March keeps food aervlnf
I
women. Hotel in Tampa. one.
Left unit 1000W with S
15, March 21, April 12 and
heat. right unit 50W
25. with single heat. Save
Hooks said that the commission I

W/ &ekend S the promotion had allocated\ of chilled$361,000 orange for

/ Jude"The in whole the nation't chilled markets.cringe

juice promotion will be supported .
by merchandising materials
FOR JAN. 9.10-11 which are being readied for
distribution to retailers who

: '! :;. plan to participate in the pro
I. ;' -- gram at the point-purchase
;0 _, ,<. ;.cf. level," he declared.
,'. .
OLD FASHION MARBLE Warner Bros plan to bring Insulated Mugs
250 national press people to
I CAKE Weekl) Wachee for a previewof otorg 6 ?1
LAYER "The Incredible Mr. Limpet" ,
which will be shown underwater Pot drinke stay bat ..,
to an audience seated un fixed sold en's told. ,o
for
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only
derwater. now else is gold emboeeedtuirp

each 69C ..4wFront deign, d tolori.


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(I) -Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted ((5-A) Moving & Storage Ji 1 ((10)) Articles For Sal. ((10)I ) Articles For Sale (IO-A) Boats & Motors



j HARD WORKING IMPERIAL MOVING A STORAGE SS EmRUDK. ir ...... boat anSe
Beautifully Decor tied Prompt" and efficient aervlc for Moving Sale! Just A Sample of Gain' trailer. Asking '600.00.r ?
AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE ill your murIel need. Cal CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST \ III 5-7944.Lake Ioara P,. or call
Resort StrawI SHOP FOREMAN CY S-41N for tree eatlmataa.AfenU The Clean 0i3
Cor Atlai Van Una. Ine Many

: Handbags to take complete charge of fully earring aU SO atatea. 14-T14 Vacating (II-A) For Rent Unf.

i:: equipped shop LOCAL SERVICE. ; Used AppliancesWe

((6)) Sp.dal Services Warehouse
S Apply In Person Have In StockALL Twe bdr. with Bags glogtd

$1898 to $25.00 VAUGHN & WRIGHT SAVE MONEY. SAVE TIME This U the final saleS ,. porch. Oak Hoors furnace heat
WethSt.NW CUSTOM MADE CRAPES AND VALVE GUARANTEED 2tH 11th SL, >W. "100 per
ALTERATIONS Blind stitched PIECE SECTIONAL Foam
113 modern equipment SO 10 Hickory' month.
I NW CY S-7U Mn. EdnaSchoaur CALL TODAY cushions and back with built. TELEVISIONS:
JLL4eVZd& Sims worker 33-Jan :33 In end table.. Good condition Two bdr 121 Edge Ait. $55.M
Part
WANTED I.t
TV New
Good pay a..deuce hart opportunity .. .. .. .. .. .. |3*. SS ZENITH Warraoty PORTABF. WaS!: 1161.Pt. per month.

SHOP for advancement, Muat ba EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEEPING .. ..,......: ..... .". ... 108.11
4 t COTTAGE neat and of tend character For SbRVlCa. thin.CT PIECE HI.BACK SECTIONAL CURTIS MATIns 21" VAN DUYNE REAL ESTATE
*! Interview contact Mr .i111nJ'T .... ..........
peraon .. 810080CAPEHART
Model
Table
NW. Alterations
Gardens Road 4-11M Repairs HEARING AIDS with . S "
t J60 CypreSS b..Ik. Florida Stats Erplovn..ot0th. .,.... I arms |3t 31" $3901SILVERTONE A INS.
9 AM 'UH P.M. ... dli 6th BI.. NW. Wlnl.' :'II"T! $3100
t __Open HavoC n.. 'rldav. Ia. 10th PAINTING. Outald InsIde'Touch'up" I SOFABED .? Good Condition 171 W. Central 2341147tlO<<

10.00 a.Ift. ..00 ".m. 4- what have ; ALTERATIONS REPAIRS POLK HEARING CENTER: . .. .. .. .. .. $IT.IS WASILERSIWESTINGHOUSE
Reaannable with aatlalactlon florid Roomi Aluminum Discount Cok r Bid". II lcd St, NW
I iteed. CY S-U4 SeIne Co. Ino. CY S&W4.JS1 Phone 2\l1-181 PLATFORM Rockers Laundromat .
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Unusual OpportunityMan 'u.1 Ith Bt, SW U-Ja 12 SALES BERVJCIDUP.uJI.I Rppo Re*. $280 Now 3131.IS LOW COST RENT TO REALLY
WESTINGHOUSE Space Slate RESPONSIBLE COUPLE
with WANTED: Carpentry witch. BATTERIES4TF 2 PIECE CHAIR A SOFA, AU Washer ... .. ...".. .. ....... .. ...... $2001 SMALL FAMILY 3-BEDROOM OR: .
25 to 28. married Int and Ronfln FREE tSTI Foam NeedsRecovering OE, Filter-Flo .",_. SMISWESTINOHOUSB FRAME HOUSE, S BLOCKS
t Ciii fob clerical experience, good at figures MATES W3-0443. M \ ALUMINUM FROM HI OH SCHOOL ,
I .. .. .. .. $14.IS Laundromat ._ f31.M SCREENED PORCHES HARIb
calculator experience
TELEVISION REPAIRS WOOD FLOORS. LVO DININO
I 3L Today helpful to do detail flgurea Winter Haven Floor OuarantcedHI Surfaclni Co.OatI.feclioe PLASTIC BAHAMA BED $12.ISSTUDIO RANGES: I PHONE CY WHO AFTER 4 5o
Good opportunity to grow into SCREEN ENCLOSURE AWNINGS 1',11. 5.10
i I. A. MOUTZ ........ II
FMt Write for .. PInt St. Phone CY ALUMINUM DISCOUNT COUCH, Green' $1.IS HOTPOINT Apt line Sg 2717 .
Job appointment Avenue J
supervisory \tl SALES CO. INC. CY S-MS4 3X1 %" WIZARD (lAS Ran** .. .31 95 NW. I bedroom. unfurnlahM
31"' FRIGIDAIRB: ROie S69.'6 horn. Built In oven 4
Ilk St. BW. 13-Jaa. U
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u STARLITI LOVE SEAT, with cover $12.IS I. rare,. $76 00. Scouter t W.y Co.
r : REFRIGERATORS: 034 5th Street, 51W. Cv 5.??

Jim Biggers ((6-A) Animali & Supplies TELEVISION SERVICE. 3 CUSHION SOFA 3 BEDROOM HOUSE Cloee-ln .

t BOB CYPRESS GARDENS EGGS 1 QUALITY CLEAN CARS -- Ooty I "Nit. 'tY $.' fC. with cover . .. ..... fits FRIOIDAIRE Like New .11., ..eu... .ft... ..,Fraeter.. |138 SSKFLVTNATOR cy 155 month 3-1433 .Pan. Jerry Wlntera llardle. builder CV

I'I't Hairdo"CountrJ INC. FOR SALE Rea-latered Bo....I Iuppl. 15121141 S'. tW. ct.Ut'pelt. 10 CU ft. ReC S4t 5PHILOO 4-1311 37 TFSBEDROOM
"New Holiday I WROUGHT IRON SOFABED 10 cu. ft Ref S3 5
Haven ... CanIe e..n at Duty a CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bank ftRanelnr GIBSON 11 ft: Ref: :.::,.:; S4. M
Club Beauty Salon P.O. Box 962 Winter Term S Gardra 'uppp""n." *:I UM.UTO SALES. Oil < .' :AM.:: '.M. It CHAIR. We will not deliver WESTINGHOUSE cu S cu. ft. newly, redecorated'

r 1615 Dundee Rd. CY 3-1639 113 313-1730 -TF, lcd St., BW 3M-1S7S S4ae. S this . . .. .. 'I.ts Ref .. .".... ISUI a Kitchen month CY furnlahed 3-73S3.I Jan-Phyl 3S-TF, MS

bar mall to workday I MONTH old black Miniature 2 PC. SOFABED Suite $12.IS TEMS UP TO 24 MONTHS 1407 N Lake Shlpp Dr 1 bed.room .
EXPERIENCE PoodU mal, SSOOO Alter I00 JORDAN-S TV SALES SERVICE: unturnlulled I $4500 monthly
4 Ofl
t 7 00 U p.m. VACUUM CLEANER
FOR: Oood from alary Apply a.m I Ia porous. f.m. CY "- 810. 2ITI'Axe NORTH GATE SHOPPING CHAIR & OTTOMAN .. $7.ISI Tip-Top TV & Appliances Atherton Ave CY Realty 4-83M.-. 643 W. S-TF Central -
;
Ruetln: : Bar 4 **. Like Airr I d CENTER

r 1. WHITER BRIGHTER Road. S-TF R.rlatar. *< .whit -.-' ... I FARTS A SERVICE: fop Kirby Phone S-M03 PC. WOOD DINETTE Ave. D It 5th St.. NW. 293-3291 73S Carroll Av*. BW S bedroomunturnlehed

CLOTHES wek old. Robert H....)' IISI Hoover. Electrolux and all whir FASTEST TV SERVICE IN SOUTH Suit .. ... .. ..".. .. .. $12.IS 9-12 $ eto.e and refrlterater -
Alfred. S-U S7IOO monthly AthertonI
Lake 1.61UPHOLSTERING
Nekoma Av* .
t Tree pickup, delIvery and li
GLASSWARE SEVERALgood Evilly 63 W. Central Ave -
I. SPARKLING "enetes REYNOLDS: VACUUM GLASS CHINA with oak RUBBER; STAMPS For Check! CY .828. 5-TI

: 1 SILVER i- Trade CLEANER SERVICE. phone Frame .. . .. ..... $14.IS endorsement ilfnatur. .
LUSTROUS RAm territories open Customers ( ) To Buy or' CY S-08SS. Ml other purpoMi alao datIng. BR I bath home with. OE
3. SOFT tamp. ...al. picket built.In mote Si oven aim
.
CLEANER SMOOTHER to see our exciting new WALNUT BUFFET ... $12.IS lamp. STAR PRESS Phone CT krcakfaat bar Lante lot 4 food
4. line YOU show them and earn WE! BUY used appliances and fur-' DAY NURSERYHAPPY FINE VPHOLSTERINO< EXPERT 4-3229 Ul AT*. A. NW. Tf ildentlal area Walklnt distance
SKINk big weekly Income with Avon altur and w* sell used appllanoa REnNI8HINa Complete VANITY A BED .e..s' $1'.85 to IIIO Elbert Elementary School .
Phone McElny
and furniture Brook AppllanceiA
tabrk lctlon WOLF'S UPHOLSTERY GET profeHlonal Harriet CleanIngreaufls 34-4254. B..lld."ri.tr"lIodl'O
k CALL runltur 3 Box 1395or
Writ P.O. TIME: JW1UIU1'I
CY S-3710 DajrNlfhtDM. 5 Shannpooer II.00 per dar with. perchasm .
430 I AM C. BECY MIRROR .. ....... $J of Blue Luatr*. John BolamHardwar top condition U block from Lake
Lakeland 23-Jan S3
call
682-4137
*. SllROLLAWAT
MttT Howard Call Idle Pearaon Lois
1 PC. BEDROOM SUITE $21.IS Bra 294-S117. S-lt
1-10 ((8)) AutomotiveHaileyFordCo OUR MOTTO BEDS Baby. Bed"

Tender Lon A Cars Painting Papering ODD DINETTE TABLES WITH HIghchaIr Chad Saw FOR RENT WTTK OPTION TO
Senrlcs floor Follnheif. U DO IT BUT -!! droom. Ibath house
live I'". "T7JACK FORMICA TOPS ...... $IIS .
I WANTED housekeeper tit RepairingL RENTALS: :JM8 AT*. C. NW JS-Tf with OE!: built-in SM 00 par
HA
C. D. Hardy Halnea City month with. to% applied aralnetdown
Phone 293.2580 ,..36.. S13INSIDEOUTSIDE PIANO BENCH, BRAND NEW r. MCELROY BUILDERS '

fc JILL NURSERY: . J94-IJ54. 31 TF
14- MAN Month I Yr S MCCOY Quality work- Reg $25. First $1500 GOOD USED

Monday thru Saturday manahlp. fait 'clean S-4S80.and Ill reaaon-4ih DINETTE TABLE & 4 CHAIRS For Rent Furn.
Clearance On 133 Ava C. B.B. bit Phon. CY NAME BRAND ((12)) ,
sons knowledge of power CY Heal Street' Jan-Phyl Villas IT IT FORMICA TOP ...... $12.IS
-NOTICE- tranimliikm Good opportunityfor
; S-TT REFRIGERATORS -
DAY BED Complete .... ft.IS
right man
., Used Cars SWIMMING POOLS WASHERS Office Rental

Goodyear Service Write Box A13H % News-Chief REWEAVING EXTRA LARGE ALUMINUM Plus I \

GLIDE. Brand New I Only. Electric used Mdie MODERN OFFICE WIll t

Store S-71 1963 FORD "300" SEDAN CLEAR PURE Also pool, beat- Re,. $6995 Sale $39.15 ALL CAN BE PURCHASED panel private office for professional .

Auto Trans, RfcH Mr Profeielon. 15 year with ownchop ire and automatIc chemloal ftd ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS .. mea. Ideal for accountants -

New Hours PEST CONTROL SERVICE: $2,0951963.T.BIRD U 4th In St.Denver ME Phon Colo* 3M-45M Ruby May 7.1i era POOLS. Phone CY inn.anytime CYPRESS 17-IF REFRIGERATORS $31.15 Up Goodyear offers more la '(4" lawyers, finance, sir con

SALESMENEiperlne ditioned ample parking In
: Oil tul Nitlon.1 or- -- - Electric RANGES 38.115> Up
l *
I:M a.m. to 1:30 P m. TERMINIX excellent location Very reasonable
nation. BRUCE LANDAU - - -
Y .,.Every day but to.. 3331 New Auburadala 3dwv.Lekeland. '. Loaded MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO GOODhARSERVICE : rental price Building 10-

FRIDAY. I 30 'm. to S-lJ ((8)) Automotive ((8)) Automotive NUMEROUS TO MENTION .. cited at 239A Third Street, SW

1 : 7:00: ,.m. $3,995 STORE or call owner CY 4-2444.

((2-B) Loans $1,000 Up A .Z1M mi1ST
T12 1851 FALCON 1 DR. WoodallFurniture 217 AT. NW CY J

TUSEWTNO FLOOR apartment. Clean.aulet. .
$1,095 walking. distance to tow
NEED CASH ? Co. MACHINE tit Eat Modal lake Reaaonabla. Adult. MlAranua
Just'A Few Of 1981 RAMBLER 4 DR. I buttonhole monograms. make B, NW. 33-TF
lit Mortgages dealcn. Assume I payment of
2nd Mortgages $1,095 14T AVI. A, NW CY 4-1242 1743. No credit n.*d d. WriteHudtst FURNISHED 4-bedreom ........,
Our On Premises I Manager Boa Aim 1100 00 per month Immediateoccupancy
Also Agreements of sale '-10 *w.-Chl.f. S-U 303 Weal Lake Howard
1961 FORD Galaxit 2 Dr. HT DrIve. CY S-7S1B. S-1D
Services bought, sold or arranged ... SINGER! 8LANT-O-MATIC SEWINO .
MORTGAGE $1,595 .1 MACHINE In Commie Lt BEDROOM private bath outsIde
FIRST CORP.
Rethank I USED RErRIOERATOKS modeL Balance. '111 00. Payment entrance. 703 7th St. NW Lara
Stone: Setting, K-ngi OF WINTER HAVEN Rant WaiH.n l>r7.. 11000 monthly Phone 3S4-12S3 aft unfurnlahed houM. Oarat apart
ed. Prongs rebuilt solid gold 51* Central Ave CY 1J1S1 1961 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. Sedan 1962 DODGE LANCER "770" rreeier, TV SeU BtertOl I a r 4 00 p m. S-ll menu Elolaa CY M830. S-TF
and diamond watch bandi r.. $1,195 Air Conditioner Reconditioned '
4 DR. Std. Tram, Radio fully fuarntd Term. COTTAGE urnlahad S room and
paired Rings and diamond & Heater mm .21 W 4 Vp JOHNSON HEATER.: Coleman fuel eU (taineea bath All utllltlc fumlahed Retired
pendants built to order ((3)) Situation Wanted 1961 THIRD LOADED APPLIANCES Lake Alfred! teel tank thermoitat. fan or nettled couple. 10 00 a
75 000
BTU Eioell.nl condition
.
1731690ISTT! mnnill. 811 ... U NE.: Of *M3.
S73-113S: poLes
$2,695 19<1 DODGE POLARA 4 DR. Phone IMOO WO T2MO Auburnd! HO CY 1-6080. 1-1
All work rhodium finished for

the ultimate In beauty 133,000 SALES: EXECUTIVE: Sd. PS., PB., R&H FOR RENT: DUPLEX APART
AVAILABLE OWN air condone NEW FLOOR SAMPLES! Sofa
AT YOUR 1961 VOLKSWAGEN factory MENTS!: Furnlehed or Unftrnahed -
FIGURE: Prayldtna aaocltloa II owner. Jerry PIckard's Chair 95 t. chnon BOB SAVAGE Phon CY S-7M8: 37 Tf
JEWELERS airaeabl Retiring from SO yearconnection. Extra Clean from SAVE! 50%. tM 95. SB 00
CITY Movtnc: Winter.: Park Down 13 W P" week WARE- BEDROOM 1 trailer Llchta and
February Capable. dependable $1,295 1962 CHEVROLET Blseayne Special HOUSP FURNITURE CO. S3 thSt. Price Sale water fumlahed SHOO par week
.W.
U Jrd St. N
convincing credential, Active MRealdent : 4 Dr. Std Trans, .. NW. S-10 Call CY 3-5511 before 7:00 p.m 7-S
.
22 tf 33107 W Oakland RIpa
..clfO, OhIo. i-. 19 0 CHEVROLET Radio ft Heater IHl OLDSMOBILE Sport Cpe LAKE ALFRED Clean furnished'
IMPALA 4 DR. SEDAN Automatic 1 GROUP of BANLON t COT. contaIn apartment, 185 00 for 4
ClASSIFIED DISPLAY 19 0 VALIANT "200" 4 Dr. Radio, Heater, 7 45 RPM adult; all utllltlea and use of
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper want $1,495 Transmission, Whitewall TON Knit LONG SLEEVE T- laundry house Included FR 1-t48
pet of book to keep. at home. Sedan Auto. Trans, R&H. SHIRTS SmsU fc Large .. tt 5-T"
Blue with contrasting POP..PAKRECORDS
713 tires
CY 3-SiM after S 00 p m Extra Clean
:BrIn9( ; J4Jr1a 1955 LINCOLN .......... $395 One owner Interior Price FURNISHED efficiency Ide.l

1955 CHRYSLER .... .. .. $345 DART 4 DR. for one or two Owa water Utilities
-lt .. QUALIFIED secretary wlihet Saturday 1962 DODGE 1 1 table pullover fc cardigan lu..l.hn4.. 15500 a month. CY

J KOO KUW 9 '- w.m. or firm employment Contact Poe by A1M7 Individual". USED TRUCKS Sedan On owner $1,695 SONGS SWEATERS .. SML .. Vi 1-2li7. 544

Newi-Chlef 1-. Low Mileage 14 Price I i ROOM house. fararo 3100 Of a
9..nr Wottk sad Labels month S25 Ave
1961 CHEVROLET Plnckney Top Artists Top J. NW Near

Jwwrtty tepalt HANDICAPPED man would like CORVAIR RAMPSIDE Floyd Roberts Regular '1.81 Value 1 CROUP OF SLACKS .. 21 ;::;.'L1'. CY S-S37S Apply Orb"Tr

,. typlnc' to do In horn. CY 3.lLN. $995 : Oldsmobile to 32 Waist Vi PRICE (Alteration -
t-l2 FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
11oJ.n. 11 I Motors Used Car 'Lot ONLY $1.00While Extra) EFFICIENCIES and 1H" BEDIOOMS -

.
: FORD PICKUP Nice ante airy' room -
((4)) Lost & Found 1939 4 wheel dr Tour "Dodje Dealer I Corner of 3rd St. at the Supply Last BOB SAVAGE Conveniently located In Old PoatatBulldlni "
(I-A) Instructions 221 Itk St., SW CY 14101 I Call CY S-S89S er CY
$995 water tower .... 293.7M7I.. MENS STORE 1-4161. "Tr
LOST k.,. ra vicinity of toat Of 912
YOU fire Reward 1.r.0\ New G9cDfiEJSERVICE 223 W. Central MODERN onm.nt block hom..
ARE IN A RLTT START CY 3-2950
Chief 81.TF Several 1963 Dem fenced yard CY 887. lesl lOSt
THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT It. fIIW. 5-13
LOST S month old B'aile puppy ((8-C) Incom. PropertyI STORE 9-12
Make a resolution now. to enroll la Tan .whit.. and bUrk. An., onstrators Fully Jack Prater'sSpecial I1T Ave. A, NW CY HIllS 307 furnlahed Sth Street horn NE 17500- I. bedroom BeinlevM
ewera to name Barge Reward PLATFORM ROCKERS Floor
WINTER' HAVEN CY U.71. 1.0LOsr Equipped New BR C8 248 Are, CIVIL WAR REUC 1M4 SorlnrfHldRir Sample SUM. SAVE 60%. CT Rosily 1-2707.Co. lOb Street, NW_
.YJiakELih': rm.d Ge ".00 Dawn. SI 00 week.
per
'. BUSINESS COLLEGE Bo.'. piawoe III vicinity ofHecrndals xc NE Extra lire' condition
Drive IR Reward.IIW752. Car Warranty At not d,atur" Unnl To see call s-I lee Mf Smith Wl Plo Hotel ..12 WAREHOUSE FURNITURE FURNISHED Rontals B..n"
c WINTER TERM BEGINS :: H 29M4IL co. SI Ith It.. NW. S-10 A ycar n-tintS ATHERTOV
EALtY M3 W Central Ave CYBEDRCiOM
JANUARY 13, 164 Used Car Prices. LIGHT oak SUverton I speak USED: TV SETS Aa la. Take t-az. 2I-T1'

Secretarial, Accounting IBM Keypunch ((5)) House Trailers ((9)) Business OpportunityMOTEL er Hi.Fl with Granco AM..FM : Appliance your pick.Lake$1000 AUrwL each Jnhnaon 173-1131: turnlahed apartment

(taught live). and typlncoffered tuner Call HA -3230:! 11 TF I S-TF: OQ Lake Silver Drive Immediatt -
Call I now for an application : ld.1700UO occupancy. CY S-S770 or CY
S
394-3161 by II unit yean ANTIQUE: Bed 3-13SO
or coma MOBILE LIVINGAT ion.. Beat .. complete Cheat S-TF
HAlLEY I S15000 ; of drawer. nliht aland marble
WINTER n'ENBVSIl'iESS ITS BEST cellos la WInter Hay**. CY lrm I.Tr CASH top lamp. Platform rocker: In t *. 3 bedroom apartment tin and
COLLEGE family 114 year. Excellent down 14500 to 17300 per month.
condillon
Why not live In a four eta park All
walkln dIstance Call
635 Avenue B. NW on a lovely lak.On.. that baa FOR YOURGood $2011 no Phone Indian Lake I CY 3-1273 after 5 00 to town. 7.S
Eatatea : p.m.
city type ewra fine drlnkln- water LEASE A"U Sec.. 2-1139 Mrs. R. F Darllne.
jt-Jan. 11 direct ; any metera FOR now open dubS iiooa S-10 t to S BEDROOM
.I""trlc.r "" houe-e A apartment
for minimum bill. alone FORD CO. KSnfif For full detail conuctMr tiled furniture and appliances .. Furnlahed Unfurnlihed'early .

FREE PLACEMENT with facllltiea all. the Th..fun. thing typo and recreation more wmian MU :J-Uli Ukel.nd 30"roedleiten O E: electric ilsi telephone atoT*. In tabl.rood Seuonal. ATKINS REAL

SERVICETo are Ii. CY 3-0354. ESTATE CY 4V111S lJn II
MOBILE u"V1tl'.llL'u.tIHfW.F: Call Collect 683.3377 Lakeland .12
Graduates of
mlnutea from IRONS IN THE: FlU. ALL A VILLAGE!: 0, GARDEN
Winter Haven north 104 East Central Ave. 2934111SPEEDOMETER TOO MANY 111 ADMIRAL PRODUCTS .
of the villa of cornE WA1ON. Ire APARTMENTS P'OIt PARTlct
PADGETT Lake Alfred near Moot eetl Appliance, New Stereo ft Record
Rout U on MoMly Rod Bill Ray. IUD ftaveadale BI.d. "III Player. TVi Radio. tAR PEOPLI! 1. I A I boll..m.
J1M3 .T. ,(U COIDSPOT! ,'rIII."to. SM Ete. OWN MOTOR LODGE. Hw". 17.
SAVE: .
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL CY 3667LPRINTING 71 M to SO* MM Up North. 2J..J.a. 21
1M' BUICK 4 DR INV1CTA WAREHOUSE FURNITURE

Classes for WINDSOR Quality Mobil Power brakes, power ((9-A) Furniture C .. C SALES. SI elk St. NW s-10 BEDROOM completely furnlahedth" .
BROKER AND SALESMAN home 10 a b6. m -bath, rrpeted : : Tachometer.Complete heater I C"CCCC.i Inquire at 30S .... B. SE
llvlni room. all eat up on beautiful and cable steering radio. JAMISON Hid** B.d. IM no, Anu CY H728. ,.,
CANDIDATES kefront lot on Lake Marlene.rredr L aervlc 1W Ith new St.. SWCY whitewall tires tinted windows -: DINING TABLE and 4 chair with\ LEXICON 2 M38. mm earners !,JOO. lri. bike
Beginning 7 P.M. Tuesday to live In. i Seedy Boech ..btnlcL I'Tl'el I .d and china cabinet.. 'Waft7r : HOOP IIJ.7es.. s-io TWO A THREE-Bednom and Iroes
jailer Court Hwy. acreos er H. at 1MO IIBt. 2 apartment Furnlnhed aadnluralahed.
? 4 00 P m.
Jan. 14th At Haven Hotel ..12 ANTIQUE Wing Back Chair. .
hem Winter Hayia Airport .. 81:. Phone CY SHM333Jaa
Geraldln (3m... Phone Auburn.dale I Ic'r .*. Whale oil lamp* 12CENT1ULL1'
(LJcented & Guaranteed) WO 7-4021 for apnolnlment or FORD r>lrln* SOD A.?.. RAH. $1,495 NO. 4: TO COMPOSE i iTh. I"/,1"? *"! otl>'L articles 1 Call CY
Call 293-0801 after 7.00 p,m. call Winter Haven IWSOO. Small down paymentISOOu Sale H13L After S.00 ...m. CT S-721S located mom ned<
314 17 -1237. -U a month :M Chevrolet Hi 14 ([ii I ) Articles For act .! *iiemkliBJ. ry"* 2 S-TF TV apartment Kitchen prtylleiee,
Ion truck t3oOOO CY HIM. Plnckney and phone CY 4-3771. S-ll
f whieli kai ieee ul ky either lOOVUifl3 MUST SELL
CHAMPION Hone. Trailer. 1-bed-. h. .hn I"t. the 11 ox. ft 1 e'omnartm.nl chest FURNISHED efflclencrapartment.
CONVERTIBLE : OVER: PAYMENTS S ** or n* ji caress
((1.8)) Loans Up To $600 room 10' i 43. Eacellent condition 1M1 Sunbeam Alpine Only I Oldsmobile TAKE roome of fine furniture Inrludlns five which will ,predate Ih* freezer.. 1. 8 61000 n .Creosote 15 '..1 .I peles 311", f.neIn" -, SM' 00. UUIIttaa furS
Call CY 4-1331 S-23 month old. Small tack swill, I.t. lihed. Cloaa-ln. arson only Os"tlsnlepreferred
range A refrlertor Uaed lea *)..i..* appeertnc, when' $35.00. 201-9444. O.Ill' .
Ink IP rwvnv.nl 2417 7th SISW Used Car Lot 39S-3471: 1S-TF
... M week.SAVE ..
CY ....jO. 1.T rItf'OltT than 30 d. $7 per prietad..

Home Owned FOR Trailer SALE and: SO Cabana..furnished Reaaonable Sparta*. Corner of 3rd St., SW at the TURK: 1 CO+nO. S3 WAREHOUSE Sth St, NW.: FURN1 S-10 I ( 10-A) Both & Motors COMPLETELY ment._323 Bate fuml.hed Av*. SE.: apart-7.

_
Sea Jame. WUIIam. Lake Peer CAR 1M1 TIll Trlumnh water tower . :
Open until I P M nfl Saturday Trailer Park S-H 11779 Will Ii fleece. See at 3100 31at 393.78479.. PLANTS THAT COLD DOESf. Star Press COTTAGE a* Lake Pierce Heal
Car.
and T 3OP.M. on Friday Loan 81. NW (Airport Road Jim' HURT Snapdragon Petunia I pump telerlelon. Clahlnr. pier,
CARTER
furniture. can, real .I.t.. .... Broaieau. S-TF nation Calendula Pink Cabbanand Kraft wtndihteld' p, Pent for Call C
en MOBILE HOMES: Collard.. 35e pr douse eleep two .built-I. table, two 11.
natur anything eC value NEW A USED TRAILCRSrada D.A.II.. &M'UTIIW. SHAW at traffic Itaht ElotH Printing II i oldlnf chain SS HP 10"-" moor I
for anvthin of valu. 1M7 MERCURY Station Wa.onEauitv 5.10 control tank, battery aatorraller COMPLETELY: turalahed apart
Domestic Loan RAIIFR: SPAOF: FOR RENT of IJOOOO and aaaum Spevesente GETS ESCLTS Like new. flOM I moot. utllltle and linen Inrlud
coat
IVCF: nIl CYPRESS PARK A TRAILER QARDENS SALES MOBILE. .: RAH r I.of PS 1.I.n FR Mr M41I month be.tween TIT TUB LOW (08aLanc. ? FOR mahoranv SALE -TV.Motorola Will lake Coneole llcht ew 2t4H2f .J $2JOOOD R. r Darling. Indian ad pie. will Private aoeomodata. S Located M 4 p*834Bk *-

COB. A laD JI.It. cr wSMt STATE: RD. Odd Fton 2S3- 'M 10 (no em. 3 ffl D.m. m colored writing desk oa trad CYS7CU : ::::::: .: Lake .E/titti- J'ta. Phone Ind.an entrance acme (rom part
Lak 3-iUS.
a-10
0&1. H3 W, Cummlni Lake Alfred, S-1S OLktCTOatt. .10 I.rurh: ?. I.*



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[,ERVICE ill CY 3-2191 t, D1.E CY 3-2191 III TRADING






((12)) For Rent Furn. : ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13-A I ) Groves (1(14)(! ) Real Estat. Wanted ((14-A) Lots & Acreage ((15)) Industrial Equipment



I BEDROOM fuml.h.a/ house. BUILDERS TRADE V1LI PAY email equllv and aiume [ 10 Arr..o pI pasture land sao
Adults only Inquire at Lake Mil BEAUTIFULGARDEN A Truly Exquisite Grove For Sale i I'a\nienii on 2 or 3-bedroom per month phIl Inte..t. Price Used Tractors -
Grocery or call 293-9577. 1TF home in Winter HH"en or .4.1100
3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida Lake Alfl d. Writ Boa A-IM %
Room in a first class neighborhood GROVENear Close-In HomeTwo 40 ACRES Mewa-Chlet S-13 CANAL TI.n 128: 400 Kceh. 4 wheel drive, 3 point hitch,

1-BEDROOM houii. family kitchen with beach and cham-o- Fri.. >. hydralic system, air cooled die

Ilia Hnward bath Johnson" cloud on aaraae.10th St., Neal NW I lakes sccesi Drapes, range, Cypress Girdrnj bdrs, sun.parlor with ALL ORANGES prime vsr ((14-A) Lots & Acreage Waterfront Lflt. m' 1510' 13,300 lei| Motors. each 2 Cyl. 42 liP.I .

CY .718. 1-12: dishwasher and Irrigation system shower bath, glassed porch, full ties, excellent age Polk .txcoliAnt Terms. each 3 Cyl. (2 IIP. All la
.
i are only a few of the fine dining space, closed lara County location Irrigation \ARNER REALTY Good Condition. Can be seen

ONE Newly Decorated furnl.hedapartment. Corner lot. Just placed on pump, well Buy this fine 40 ACRES ACREAGE at
features included In this
e'l. 14 6th St. NW CY 3 S454
,
.. :Zll Avenue B SB and this
market at $15000 grove now get years
home . Call
CY t-ioos l1TFmE 40 Arrea near Lake Pierre JTF
Price to sell at $4,000 '
crop RolllniC and with canal) thru pro.
JOHN G. MOOD & ASSOC. 1 iIt! per acre with 29% cssh petty point Into Lake Pierre Over1SOO CHORE RrSrDCNTlAL:; LOT on Holly Hills Barn
mom apartment fumlihfd or TRIED AND FOUND NOT ,t. on paved rd frontage.
.
BULDER.DEVELOPER Cypress bardene Road Ownerwill Avoa Park and Wauchula Rd.
unfurnlehed. Can be seen at 11-4 SEEJames Old house on land Ideal for country -
Tth Bt. SW. 110IN. 293-2517 293-933R WANTING IN ANY RESPECTwith ranch trailer park or eulvdl finance. Call 2S4-3SJ8 jyTF Avon Park Fla.
vide Into Cheap' lot. Out or townewnera ,
S-10 scant evidence of having Health force him BEAUTIFUL houaln site rat :V!!*
.TOWN LIVING H. Cross to ..iI at bandsBEE ai-ren 4 mile north of Polk City 810IF
RETIREMENT SPECIAL Lana been lived In this 2 bdr., on Rt IS. Two S" well with canalthroWlh
CB 3-bedroom 1-bath home Urn attached oak floored renter For quick cash
and spotless bed Immediate garage,
spacious one : or
llvlnn room. 13 : 14 kitchen; iota occupancy per- ala, law.00 pe: re .
room and efficiency apart of cabinet I S a 24 plaited back icnillzed designing for you. masonry house, located on RealtorOffice JAMES R CROSS, Realtor raR I YOU'RE: DESPERATETO

menu completely furnished in porch, 13 s 20 Florida mom utllltr Model homes are open daily about the highest of local lands, Office, JSflA Sod St.. IIW CY 1-2.4 ITHO Acre. S mllpa north Interstate
4
room drape and other ettraiao on Winter Haven acce>> mad
eluding garage Short walk to with home. You had better lookat Enter Garden Grove from State la a real buy at $12,SOO. 283.A 3rd !'t. S.W.rh H at WITH TERMS MAKE: A SALE

,every thin,. Moderate yearly Ihli on. for 19 500 GENE Road No. 540 Just one.half cv 42444 Weir Williams. WO_ 7. 488. S-13
COOPER RFO BROKER, Lake LAKEFRONT -'
and seasons! rates.I Alfred FR H635. S-14 mile east of Cypress Gardens VAN DUYNE 'Cltrua Grovel Our Bietialty" tOO' t :Jnn Corner Very hlraved E.--I--)' ;; FOR MONEY S I TRY CLASSIFIED
". streets and curbs lake building lot. I In Bag. ). Uka -
JORDAN APARTMENTS OWNER MUST BELL Real Estate & Ins. 79 Erhe In I...ka Alfred $39UIt: tilt. "tIm.r .1"two. CY "-1491 THEY NEVER FAIL
S-Bedroom custom built home. H4 JOHN G. WOOD Phons 293- 491. S-10 CY a-23:11I.: 1.12
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11&.18 6th St., NW 294-2787 "bath Florida room a/c 111.KM. SOLE AGENTS -- ----- --- -- ---- --

19.TF Small down payment FHA mort- & Assoc., Inc. 17J W. Central 2134114III
sate 1002 Art. G. NE 2D3418I
15-Jan 15 DEVELOPERS BUILDERS BOY ITft GREAT AT CAW SWAMPY C

ON CHAW of LAKES duplex 293-2517 or 2931338 NOT BEING TOLD WUATTOPOFCRAWANSft tM JUST A. PART 5 D
Accommodate 1 to t peraonj. CF A CCOWt? 1 D
Swimming ftihlni. boating Weekly Building Has 510 LOVELY LARGE I Bedroom Spanl W RI O 0 A
TAKING ORDERS
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and monthly ralei RtaMnabla >h Type home Cyprwa Cardene ) ti
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Area Florida Room. Central
Apply Sierra Court Motel CY FURNISHED UNFURNISHED
4-2804. -Tr StartedWhere plrk and .nan 3-bedroom "horn. Heat. 113.SCO. CY S401I 13 TF i r' *" "ATE 3 tt% _. rs
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owner, wall to wall carpeting, ( t
appliances like new fireplace. FOR SAI.B Sj-Bedmom the both A J T Lat.o .
? arreened Dotrh. garage, reawumblvpriced home. FHA APPRAISED JoUR
12-A) For Sal. or Rent 411 7th St, NB. 713 in.mm( Will sell tor 111,MO. Call
293- .16. S-1S
On West Central between
!: t-bedroom. CHARM, LOCATION A 104 ACRES, 414 m/le.. of
xt'ub'.e.
FOR BALE/RENT Lake Howard and Lake Deer. Town nrar Seaboard R :
hardwood floora celled heat (HI Where you can boat, fish and CONVENIENCE Ing i Deep well.. on. 4-room 1 NEAR
I month. Call Ken Duke. CY S-81S1 boom In good condition "* mile
17-Jan ski. Only 4V4 minutes from I tiakevlew family home on large. off hard road Good land IlWOOti
downtown Winter Haven. Drive lot with "aullflll oak t..... Near Call D. A. Craig J S.4781. S-13 s

out today and select the lot of school, S BR, 1 bath living\ mom
Loans I with; Roman brick fireplace, fami
Mortgage
((12-C)
your choice and we will start 1 built-/n >to\e and ovrn BY OWNER LESmctC FARR wrtF!! .
home Immediately. Look 1r.'rr.: your this I available I Low down patment bedroom I baths. Srd bath and
:;'1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I! for Allen Dowd our Area Manager and a.iume mnntace: Don I fall to offlc. roughed In. Antlaut brick
He will show you several see Sll 21,t 81. NW and call lor and red wood aiding. Dining room IS IT DARK IN ELSEWHERE IN THE MARS CITY cow AWAKENS
? 5Y % Home Loans j 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes appointment to ..*. foyer lane kitchen paneled Fla CAN'T MERE, FLASHP fROM 4 HYPNOTIC SLEEP PO FACE HC* MYSrER-
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room. $35600: Approximately I30OO x"11 WAIT IOUS KNAPPER..
ready for .occupancy EDNA WATSONREALTOR Down CY a- tla. 2-tf FOREVER TO KNOW 'y '
25 terms i Ir iM OLINDEDI i .r. YOU / NDIT
| year JOHN G. WOOD jJ 1'' CAN T Kl

lower doling costa j I2S Cth St. N.W. CY 4.4141 IDYLRIDGE VIEW

= and excellent service :: & Assoc., Inc.
DUPLEX APARTMENTS OPEN HOUSE
= 29J-251I Mtes 293-9303 Furnished or unfurnljh'd Lake

appraised E Bhlnp Height area. Phone CY
112 1-7308 27-Jan 27 $9,950Out

= FHA loans also. = I '' "
ON CHAIN or LAKES New 4 Havendale Blvd. Turn yr CAN SCCI ART
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6 courts- I-BEDROOM 1 bath with!
E a complete, 40' sepal fUZZY, SUTYOU r
bedroom S bath horn ''rb-
E OUt service : screened porch double carport ate dining room. Air conditioned right 21st St. or Airport Roadto J., i TWO MU03 NEVER '

Et dark. We.1 side take Elol. Hoover living and dining. room carpeted 1st paved road on left, or IDOKEO BETTEH- '
f = saves you money Road. CY H740 CY l<< 2. t-T" kitchen appliances Included Large YES, RICR- C MON LET S GET
A = too.Town. j: lot has ateel fencing shuffle board call ., A / ON WITH cal WE'HE 1 AI
cou.... shallow well and pump. CAVERN 9 001 iN0 e t
BRICKA For t crone to putt you. call owner CY S571I T,J/ GORAj 9T
| & Country = home of nrenlig. and dignity Excellent -. CY S- 3SO or CY S-t3fiS 4-TF 22.Jan-22 I
condition On. owner property
I Mortgage Corp. i Upper teens Inapectlon invited FOR BAIE 4-bedmom 3-bath
offer wanted Will take .
horn. Will take caeh furniture or
ITT MsgDolla = mall home down payment. > FOR BALK!: OR TRADE Equity
ai
rare. down pavment Payment. me. see r41W! L,4V 7iyl AN.e/ri0 YOU NO LON6eR ON THe CGeI'reARYTMG
for lot bedroom CB horn on
= the banks Garage apartment rear of lot 184.00 a month CY HOt S-13 CALL ccW facsgr JAI.
by Out ot .tat owner US --- 10th 8t" NW. Florida room and en AoARr'wccN10147L.LAIC 54155 AOr NiED MS O R TH/RtNGff! rlVL4.1!
| Dial CY 1-1141 J NE, AVI.f, LOVELY bedroom dining I room cloned carafe. Real nlc. neighborhood Any, AN ist/l% Aew sGOwws t'wc IT I! A tRRCroNtp) IT PWV4.1eI,. 1 TIME-TOP,.. F50.550 OOMSTeaNG
furnlnhed" CB all: fenced In antiwell Call CY 3-6910 s-10 0' sf//Pe.444Wte4WfAy/LVtwV 904 7yar LANpf IN NSW YOFK WILL, UIKTS TNh.ORKINGsNe, HOC
Sllllllllllimilllllllllllllllllllllllll.;; 1175 DOWN Move In In 1 week. landscaped" Wrlta Box I17Halne. ( AM..rMSNTROpr/A trs7AdW=ixMr AND iPCKiD UP6AOe 01TTLa C ST, KEN Vi WITH
I bedroom S bath home. For City ria ..15 BUILDERS TRADE '. I !lR. ivm fswo/ee .4wr lr y e. PRINCLlS YLL14 VOID Ie10W OUB 9CICNTI9T OHV
call Chuck B.
more Information 14 bath In SB lectlnn completely Os PANOLA MyMa TRY
Froemka Bchoenthaler Co
Real Estate For Sale 2S3-M11 S-10 reiletorated 3 Bedroom WHAOT 41 T 6P
((13)) 4-8m .nerI m. NEAR SOIOOL home new 4 modern, SM down tee nC* T fR NOW I
3 bedroom, 2 bath, double carport month Duplex: In 1/ako A f red. ;
LOTS A. low a. m SS Pown
big family room and this 15 month Call Jerry Mardl. CY '
Southeast excellent location on Ave. M, 4-1SU or Dan Winters CY 1HH: .
RealConvenient SE between all grades of -TF 9L- 1 Ij:4 r

B schools and the new Southeast BY OWNER Northern couple) r
Lakefront Center. mint eel their rosy. furnlihrd IJ '
Fists
Shopping ( f
1-bedroom, tile bath electric kit- Q __ 1 1Z.I
Chen larga arraened porch larta _
3 Apartments $700 Down and $117 per Month lot Near' good grocery. 11500.00.
Phone 293-4486 8.1&
This older home is situated

Walk to stores & schools high on a spacious 100' x 350' Call YOUR INSPECTION INVITED

SE section Air conditioned lot overlooking beautiful Lake JOHN G. WOOD & ASSOC. FHA approved bedroom comnlet.iy. block Florida redecorated

two are completely furniihed Winterset The view alone is 29M33S n'1'r.I 38th 8t' NW 110 000.
293-2517
or
Large apartment unfurniahed.Fireplace worth the price of this property of terms AnpolntmntCY 813 'KNOW WHAT, MAAMNM3U VITOI DON WAMT TO Tr1 YOUR DOWN.
5-10 84480 !.. MA'AM!.. MnW AM 1
AIOTTA FUN rose WITH -
hardwood floors 2 3 bedrooms, 2 baths spacims OfvfND l0u SUT woixo vob
I MEAN OUT THAT OF'KE, 1b Tll MDU NOW
car garage large patio in rear carpeted living room with FOR BALE: bedroom home. motel Just Between $ TD [C WAITCRMIS4 FAIR WRN THAT TM AFRAID N[ HAD tCW YDU'RC *EM MOD COMfMlin{ / [LET[ME WATrvi SUY YOU ouTHTf A/ NIClON TO TD 51CND R r
fireplace separate dining l. new rritaurant and equipment 6011 RAE3URNROMFTLD tY (OMC Of UU A OIRLI
Ideal to live in large apartment Braillful landscape. large )tDU DIDN'T NAVL A My fAISC fltlEMM AND 1 J WEAR WHIN A UMIORMtftCltRWlTI0N1
Income from other two 4 room, new kitchen and break ilghw.v frontage Doing lion 00 fCLLOW MfM9CR1, VITO! fk4'T AI/ROIRIATf

Approx. $110 per mo. Good con fut' room. We doubt that you dally nunlneu. Prlred for quirk FriendsTHERE
....1.. 146000 Coral Hotel A Kee. -<
excellent buy. Only! will find more for $26500
dition. An Uurant Halnei City HA 1-1871 IS NO FINER SET
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Terms if desired.
$13,500.
TING, ELEVATION or LOCATION

ELECTRIC HEATED HOME. Very FOR A HOME BUILT A o
Realty Co. 1
Beasley >
:dQW, ; .cure. furnlihrd Extremely good FEW YEARS AGO BY ONE
.J4 6th St.. NW CY J2757 '.r earth Clo .-ln. IIS Avenue snIMOOO OF THE BEST OF TilE LONG
I Co; NE.
n.a43IGS' I ESTABLISHED BUILDERS In ::: lTY FOR6CT

.9.1 I DOWNS the community, and briefly occupied THC INCIDENT, eAtl WL?
WARREN SECKEL. Realtor >>00 MONTH r CAKE. FOR. CAT UP ON
IT'Sa l
refined T
Two bedroom home wr .. .. by couple. YOUR CAVIAS.?
BY OWNER Irbedroom M bath .9. On. at 1320: Sh Bt. NF. Winter 2 bdr with Jatousied breezeway ?
horn., blork from lake Cell Haven and one at Ill 16lh 8t, W. on a big lot with which'
heat: IS 600 RTU air conditionernew RETIRE: IN an electric horn.. Wahneta FIRST MORfr APE OF extra 110 feet can be In. .
root Indirect floreieent lighting Clean Neat Cloae-ln WINTER HAVEN, IIS W. C.ntr.l.lUI an
on. bedroom with built-In f irniture na'f' -rash. 'BY WNEi''rilI' : Avenue 2 I-293-1I083. :28-TF eluded High class furnitureand .
double carport. 100 z 101'Int. NE "U equipment Included. Cash
VA 41,1 Interest mortgage
Price 114.000.VIII coulder.. tradIng FOR SALE Kin. Range A might speak with a loud voice. ,-I ANYNOTON / NexTMORNINS raRMff, N+SeD//
home ** Introlichen CompletelyFurnished furUPAHOTAi
for larger Alfrad nt Modern I be,:room horn WHfltf THt MAIL-TKA./H LOOT AtIaY 7541, 704 oalv7r
Bt. Lake 1if.lj 150 Down 150 per month .I B I VAN DUYNE n HAS HIDOfH? OH Hit MY TO TflM I IVs 5w cC1"1UOe 7W1 SLM D 05t

CY M01S. .i-r t 1 4LLOwsHip J7APMf.P/ j ROS 7JV MA/L TAh11V

Real Estate & Ins. .. wu cANYAIANfj
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FORA t BEDROOM! air conditionedhardwood 1 /
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1I0nr.. S blocks from Home & 17S W. Central 29} 4114 a, ASIA:
CUSTOM BUILT ehaol. PHA. committment 70
tIJ SM.00. m 3-1974 J-l

Apartment MODERN FDROOM RETIREMENT -
HOME
"Bedroom turnl.hed home Elol. HOME Florida room.
1.1500.. Phone CY 3.0559.; 1-14 fl E. kitchen cell heat and air conditioner
Make Your Needs Known 2 Bedroom in SE section has grapefruit and oranic
2-BGDROOM 3-beth I years. hardwood floors & fireplace trees. clone-ln at 534 Ave C' NE!:.
CALL ED HALL, old Exaggerated drwrlptlnn unneceoary OHKV S-S Priced fur quick ..I.
Come In and sea for Apartment In rear has 1 bed by owner and builder CY 3-4259.
General Contractor yourself Comiar. SIS.SOO (or firIncluded 1-10
n1'nre SlitOOl' OWNER room, living room, kit., bath,,
CY 3-1744 ISSe Helm, Rd SE (Ave. Z1. Via Rents for $55 per month. AU REPOSSESSED HOMES Low

-29 6th Bt., BE. CV'' 4.2447. 7.13 this for only 6900. Good monthly pavmenn Modtrg CB.
I A I bedroom construction Cnn
I'i 14;! bath, cloned to terms tart CY 4-JMI or M1-317I: FIRST
down. aume MORTGAGE CORP. OF FLORIDA ,
loan. 121 Ed..aat.r Drive. PhonE Co. ...
FR 3.1583: i1 Beasley Realty =

ConvenienceAnd 114 Cth St., NW CY 12757 NICE S-bedmom wood home for :: WV HUSBAND/ fXPBCTINO NI COUNT cm SILVER/MOM' 0 0 WO: THROW V VIS BUT
:.0", IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISimple pale Has large yard Will ..n A HOODLUM FR END! WHEN HI ABOUT COMING; OVB TOR THAT HOODLUM I W WAS TH8
tIZ
Pride 110000 DOWNSBEDROOM drnlihed or eke unfurnlehed tVWOll of MAOOII IS OUr VM.THUCW/ HIM OUT/ A VISIT?..dOC D I pUr,JAMiI IfARNaYCpM fTTPftESSEOHOODLUM
and tr mortgage
down / I,
2-BATfIS Call CY S-077T SS [ MAKE IT fAST-
18.600. C') J eviK
Your cholc. ot more than Jl I omea ON OVER AND \ M AM w/y
You'll be proud to say "this that can be bought In vartoua local NEW HOMEI ZC' Puy OIN ./
Is my home". In addition | Elegance lona at 1100 W DOWN NO CLOSING very larga bedrooms 3-bath. l P TViT
COSTS Th... .nn.t last Inn( dining room. cwtom kitchen. lane )
to prestige and pride of ... call u. at once FMC Rf.AI.TY. family room central heat and air
ownership, the new owner i LakefrontZ4,500 j jI INC. SOI Spirit LaW Rd., Jan-PhylW17S conditioning High over Lake Hberl c:
: : Jl.TF For Ral. Bv Owner :W442Mfcvenlng. 1 1C 1r
will be buying a well KM\t. 7I 1

planned home within walkIng j $ i C B. DUPLEX 110750. """."room. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllIIILLakeview_
distance to North Gate each .Ida. Both rented 241 Ave. : E
5 E L. NE To ... phone 3S3-M91 7-IS
Is to
Shopping Center and many "In Town Seclusion" f Lots |

churches Features include be hid at this colonist: : :::

2 Urge bedrooms. Florida = styled Lake Elbert Drive ROOM FOR
RochelleGardens
room, covered pitio 2Vi i home Indirectly lightedi [ l 'y; + MJi

baths, closed garage, beautifully Family room opens onto THE FAMILYEvery f i \ j I f.7t

landscaped lawn a patio at the rear, j I |

with underground irrigation room In this 3 bed
drapes, range, refrigerator 1 Central best & sir, 2 car: \ room two bath home is : Choice, high elevation i 'NOBODY DAGWOOD. 1 YOU ti0 DOWN lI

automatic washer, = garage, circular: driveway, : lots Us have 2 = | DAGWOOD, 1 it THERE i ll I HlAR I THIS TIMH
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5 I king sue, Including the >** HEAR DOWN HERE < I GAN T EAT
= 2H bsths, adjoining lots, each mess- s I THAT 3AMH NOISC
and many other appoint 3 bedroom, Florida room and screened : NOI5C DOWNSTAIRS BUT I MIGHT ANOTHCR THING
in the = of : wring 100x150 $2300 = > AS WELL HAVE AGAIN
menU found only plus a den are some : porch exceptional location YOU'O BETTER GO DOWN
most desirable properties E its convenient features. = : in Southeast school : each For a serene s AND INVESTIGATE T A SNACK

Total price Is only $21.950. E For an appointment to :: diitrict Price has just : beautiful bomeiite out of =

Shown only by appoint- E see tau 5 been reduced to $11800 : City Limits, see these, = =

ment. 5 Terms are available | Call. |
Eleanor Ifleharti rZ

LEIS BROS. Enl. Ryu. CY H812 E LEIS BROS. : Malcolm Tetresult
a Eves A San CY 3 M7 = o


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